Daily Archives: May 13, 2018

Iran Joins Russia In Banning Telegram

Iran has undertaken one of its most definitive online censorship actions to date, permanently banning Telegram, the overwhelmingly favorite chat app from the country. Tehran’s special prosecutor’s office for culture as well as also media ordered the country’s internet service provider to block all access to Telegram on Monday, state media announced. By Tuesday morning, reports began pouring in which ...

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Closer CEO pay ratios may generate higher profit per worker

When U.S. companies disclosed the CEO pay ratio for once, many had a message to investors: Pay no attention. Firms have warned of which the CEO pay ratio — a requirement of which was born out of the Dodd-Frank Act — shouldn’t be used to compare different companies. The ratios can vary depending on factors like the company’s size, geographic ...

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Oil could hit 100 a barrel, Tom Kloza says

Since the first quarter ended on March 31, WTI crude oil has surged almost 9 percent to $70.70 a barrel, based on Friday’s close. of which level puts oil prices around 3 year-highs. ICE Brent oil, which settled at $77.02 a barrel, can be seeing a similar pattern. Kloza believes there’s little to prevent Brent oil through reaching beyond the ...

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Diamond market may be warming to lab-made gems

of which’s cut like a diamond, of which shines like a diamond as well as, essentially, of which actually is usually a diamond. although of which didn’t form underground. There’s today a cheaper, more ethically sourced option for diamond lovers – though not every diamond retailer is usually sold on the idea. Synthetic diamonds, which are grown in a laboratory ...

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Federal Tax Cuts Leave States in a Bind

The federal tax overhaul cut taxes for millions of American families in addition to businesses. although the law also had an unintended effect: raising the state-tax bite in nearly every state that will has an income tax. currently, governors in addition to state legislators are contending with how to adjust their own tax codes to shield their residents by paying ...

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