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Google Business NewsJan 19, 2020
UFC 246: Conor Mcgregor - "I was ready to utilize all my weapons" - UFC - Ultimate Fighting Championship
UFC 246: Conor Mcgregor - "I was ready to utilize all my weapons"  UFC - Ultimate Fighting ChampionshipConor McGregor can call his shots again after redemptive UFC 246 fight week | Opinion  MMA JunkieFans flock to social media after Conor McGregor's quick win over Donald Cerrone at UFC 246  Yahoo SportsUFC 246: Conor McGregor returns emphatically with quick TKO win  Las Vegas SunConor McGregor's Net Worth: Here's Everything We Know  me

Google Business NewsJan 19, 2020
Harry and Meghan: 'Nothing like this has ever happened before' - BBC News
Harry and Meghan: 'Nothing like this has ever happened before'  BBC NewsHarry and Meghan will no longer use titles His and Her Royal Highness  CNNThere's a reason why the royals are demonised. But you won't read all about it  The GuardianQueen and Buckingham Palace statements  The Washington Post

MarketWatchJan 18, 2020
In One Chart: Stocks are up 495% in the past decade — here's why you probably aren't
There's always an reason to sell, especially if you're a regular consumer of financial news. Disaster looms around every corner, so say the clickiest headlines. But reasons to buy? Well, those are a bit trickier to track down.

Deep Dive: These stocks soared even as the companies lost money — here's why that's not as crazy as it sounds (MarketWatch)

MarketWatchJan 18, 2020
Cryptos: Bitcoin prices are kicking off 2020 just like they ended 2019 — outperforming the stock market
Bitcoin's price surged nearly 98% in 2019, as measured by futures traded on the CME Group Inc. and is up 23% so far this year. Here's why.

Yahoo BusinessJan 18, 2020
'You're stealing our water': Germans protest against Tesla gigafactory
Around 250 Germans on Saturday protested in the outskirts of Berlin where electric car startup Tesla is planning to build a gigafactory, saying its construction will endanger water supply and wildlife in the area. The U.S. carmaker announced plans last November to build its first European car factory in Gruenheide, in the eastern state of Brandenburg. Politicians, unions and industry groups have welcomed the move, saying it will bring jobs to the region, but environmental concerns drove hundreds of locals to the streets on Saturday.

Google Business NewsJan 18, 2020
Apple Sale Alert: AirPods Pro, iPad Pro, iPhone 11, MacBook Pro Best Deals [Updated] - Forbes
Apple Sale Alert: AirPods Pro, iPad Pro, iPhone 11, MacBook Pro Best Deals [Updated]  ForbesTrump, Barr, and the FBI do not need Apple to unlock a terrorist's iPhones  PhoneArenaComparing the A14 Bionic to a 15-inch MacBook Pro's 6 core CPU is meaningless, and here's why  Notebookcheck.netApple iPhone 12: Everything We Know So Far [Updated]  Forbes

Google Market NewsJan 18, 2020
The first Space Force uniforms have reached the Pentagon, and people are making fun of the camouflage print - Business Insider
The first Space Force uniforms have reached the Pentagon, and people are making fun of the camouflage print  Business InsiderThe US Space Force has revealed its utility uniform, and the internet has things to say about it  CNNUS Space Force mocked for unveiling camouflage uniforms  BBC NewsOpinion | Where the Space Force must go  PoliticoSpace Force unveils service uniforms with camouflage design | TheHill

MarketWatchJan 18, 2020
Where Should I Retire?: ‘I love guns, liberty and independence — and despise high taxes. Where should I retire?'
This retiree is looking for some spots where he can ‘live and let live.'

Yahoo BusinessJan 18, 2020
Natural Gas Price Forecast – Natural Gas Markets Crack Two Dollars
Natural gas markets dipped a below the two dollars level momentarily during the day on Friday, as the natural gas markets continue to struggle. This being the case, there is nothing good looking about this chart, and as a result it's likely that the market will continue to be miserable.

Yahoo BusinessJan 18, 2020
India Snubs $1 Billion Amazon Investment as Resentment Grows
(Bloomberg) -- Terms of Trade is a daily newsletter that untangles a world embroiled in trade wars. Sign up here. India's government has scoffed at Inc. founder Jeff Bezos' offer to invest $1 billion in the country, firing the latest salvo at an e-commerce giant that's been accused of predatory business practices.Trade minister Piyush Goyal delivered a stinging rebuke two days after Bezos arrived in New Delhi and touted his efforts to help digitize small and medium enterprises. The investment would bring Amazon's bet on the Indian market to about $6.5 billion. Goyal told a gathering of foreign ministers from around the world he welcomed an investigation into the company's alleged "predatory pricing and unfair trade practices.""They may have put in a billion dollars," Goyal said at the Raisina Dialogue in New Delhi on Thursday. "But then if they make a loss of a billion dollars every year, then they jolly well have to finance that billion dollars. So it's not as if they are doing a great favor to India when they invest a billion dollars."Bezos has attracted significant opposition during a tour of India intended to underscore its importance as a growth driver for Amazon. The country's antitrust regulator initiated a formal investigation hours before his arrival, and retailers affiliated with the Confederation of All India Traders organized sit-ins and public rallies in multiple cities to protest Amazon's traditional cut-price approach and exclusive-selling practices.Outside the venue of Amazon India's

The Economist International NewsJun 08, 2018
Oil executives seek atonement at the Vatican

AMONG radical environmentalists, it has often been said that carbon trading and carbon offsets (which allow emitters of greenhouse gases to "redeem" their sins by countervailing actions) are comparable to the medieval practice of selling indulgences. In those days, believers were encouraged to improve their prospects in the after-life through a monetary transaction with the Church. Reaction against this practice helped to inspire the Protestant Reformation. 

The parallel is not perfect. Buying indulgences had few earthly consequences, besides making the Church richer. Whereas carbon markets, if they work as they are supposed to, could have the effect of helping to save the planet. In both cases, however, critics feel that moral integrity is compromised.

In any case, visitors converging on the Vatican today are unlikely to be given a free pass as easily as the fee-paying transgressors of the Middle Ages. Chief executives of leading oil companies are due to meet Pope Francis, whose green encyclical, "Laudato Si", calls for...Continue reading

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