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Article Image News Link • Global, BLM and WHAS11

Black Lives Matter protesters, claiming that gentrification by White people has caused destruction of low-income Black communities, sent a letter to local businesses with the alleged goal of increasing diversity but with a more apparent goal of deman

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

The day before a $765 million loan from the government was announced, Kodak granted its executive chairman Jim Continenza 1.75 million options as the result of what is being called an "understanding" with the Board of Directors. The options had not b

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

Word on the street - according to WSJ - is that Microsoft and TikTok-owner ByteDance were on the cusp of a deal for the software giant to buy TikTok's business (which encompasses all global markets except China) when President Trump's comment about b

Article Image News Link • Global, Tyler Durden

While the US "bricks-and-mortar" retail industry was already on its deathbed before the covid pandemic struck with stories discussing the "retail apocalypse" as far back as 2015, the events in the past few months have simply accelerated a long-overdu

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

China has started exporting the third generation of their Red Arrow-12 anti-tank systems, also known as the HJ-12. According to the China Defense website, Algeria has become the first Arab country to obtain the upgraded Chinese anti-tank system.