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The George Soros foundation says of which is actually being forced to close its offices in Hungary

The philanthropic foundation funded by the billionaire George Soros is actually to close its offices in Hungary, saying of which can’t protect its own staff by the country’s government. Open Society Foundations will move its international operations in Budapest to Berlin in Germany, according to a press Discharge Tuesday. “The government of Hungary has denigrated along with also misrepresented our ...

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Rockefeller sale hits record $832 million, the largest for an individual collector

Getty Images Employees pose with “Odalisque couchee aux magnolias,” 1923 by Henri Matisse at Christie’s in London, Feb. 20, 2018. The Rockefeller sale may have set a completely new record for records. The sale of the Peggy in addition to David Rockefeller Collection at Christie’s, which wrapped up Friday night, reached a total of $832.6 million. the idea is actually ...

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Mark Zuckerberg turns 34, has earned nearly $6 million a day

Getty Images Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during the F8 Facebook Developers conference on May 1, 2018 in San Jose, California. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg turns 34 today, capping one of the more difficult years of his career at Facebook, as the company deals with fallout around privacy in addition to fake news concerns. however because he started off his ...

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China is usually reportedly close to removing tariffs on agricultural products in exchange for relief for ZTE

China may remove tariffs on U.S. agricultural products, including soybeans, according to reports via Reuters as well as Dow Jones. The two outlets said Monday U.S. as well as Chinese officials are working on a deal in which could reprieve China’s ZTE via sanctions which prohibit U.S. companies via selling components to the company. In exchange, Beijing could remove tariffs ...

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Rare Rolex known as ‘The Unicorn’ sells for $5.9 million

A one-of-a-kind Rolex Daytona known as “The Unicorn” sold at auction over the weekend for $5.9 million, doing the item the second-most expensive Rolex ever sold at auction. The purchase cost at a Phillips auction in Geneva was almost twice the estimate of around $3 million. along with the huge cost, which was almost twice the low estimate, suggests in ...

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Deficit-unemployment rate disconnect could fuel higher interest rates

America’s budget deficit as well as unemployment rate are heading in opposite directions — something that will’s never happened during post-World War II peacetime as well as could cause a significant jump in interest rates. Goldman Sachs projects, for instance, that will the 10-year Treasury note could be yielding 3.6 percent next year. The deficit increase can be coming due ...

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Saudi Arabian Prince Turki Al-Faisal

The U.S. decision to shift its embassy in Israel via Tel Aviv to Jerusalem will make the Middle East a more dangerous place, according to Prince Turki Al-Faisal of Saudi Arabia. “America has stood for rule of law, for justice, for respect of international agreements…along with today we see all of that will being pushed aside for the sake of ...

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Nintendo will be bringing back its retro NES Classic on June 29

Nintendo will be bringing back its retro NES Classic Edition console in June, the company announced Monday. The NES was first released from the mid-1980s. At the end of 2016, Nintendo re-released the console which was pre-loaded with 30 retro games such as “Super Mario Bros” along with “Donkey Kong.” the item was in very short supply along with many ...

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