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Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

After agreeing to pay a whopping $3.9 billion in fines and restitution, Goldman Sachs has finally been freed from one of its biggest albatrosses for its international business: Malaysian prosecutors have dropped all criminal charges in the 1MDB episo

Article Image News Link • Global, by Ramzy Baroud

On August 16, the Israeli navy declared the Gaza sea a closed military zone. A few days later, a group of Gaza fishermen decided to take their chances by fishing within a mere two or three nautical miles off the Gaza shore.

Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

It's official: a few weeks after the S&P hit an all time high price erasing all the losses from the covid crisis which just so happened was the best thing to ever happen to large corporations and the ultra wealthy, moments ago the S&P500's forward P/

Article Image News Link • Global

Note: The persecution of Steven Donziger deserves nationwide attention. It exposes the abuse of power by Chevron and the corruption of US courts in support of corporations. Donziger won a major case against Chevron for the widespread pollution it cau

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

Just weeks after we reported that many EV manufacturers in the super-saturated Chinese market were going public to avoid bankruptcy, we are learning that China's local governments are also doing everything they possibly can to keep the country's EV p

Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

The headlines surrounding Berkshire Hathaway's decision to bail on their banking exposure and buy Barrick Gold quickly faded from the mainstream media but the question of "why?" - after years of denigration for the barbarous relic - remains.

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