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· Occidental Slashes Dividend Again →
Less pain across the entire global energy space may allow more companies to survive longer, reducing the amount of distressed assets out there and potentially helping with sale prices for Occidental.
· Iron Mountain Incorporated (IRM) CEO Bill Meaney Presents at 2020 Nareit REITweek Virtual Investor Conference (Transcript) →
So, going back to the importance of the traditional business, when we start thinking about new areas and faster-growing areas like datacenter, is that at one level the traditional part of the business is the financial beast that gives us the cash, which we can harvest and invest in the faster-growing datacenter business, and the other part is that list of customers when we're looking at colocation or retail center customers gives us the great cross selling opportunity, and what we have found over the years is that, on average, about 40% of our lease for enterprise datacenter customers going into colocation or retail type datacenter space come from our traditional sales force.
The New York Times
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· Commentary: Cyberbullying just keeps getting worse. Even COVID-19 hasn't dampened its spread →
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· 6 Atlanta officers have been charged in violent tasing incident →
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· WA building sector 'heading towards a cliff' as new home builds shrink →
That means in the space of three months WA builders went from expecting a tough year to facing the worst year since 1982, potentially the worst on record.
· 2U: Growth For Free →
Investors interested in the Edtech space are essentially getting future growth for free, with a company that has an impressive track record and a leadership position in the OPM space.
· How tech leaders can do more for racial justice than just tweet →
However, people of color in the tech diversity space say the tweets don't go far enough.
· Trump appears to ask Melania to smile during photo opp at chapel that infuriated church leaders →
The visit was the second Mr Trump made to a religious site in the space of a day.