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Obama, NATO Head Meet in Rebuke as Trump Questions Alliance - Bloomberg Politics

2016-04-04 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

Renzi urges 'organic' Libya plan

(ANSA) - Rome, April 4 - Premier Matteo Renzi told a meeting of his Democratic Party (PD) executive Monday that an "organic" plan not a kneejerk military intervention is needed in Libya.     "We need a more organic project rather than a mere reaction," he said, exhorting PD lawmakers to "read and reread" US President Barack Obama's comments on Libya in a recent interview in The Atlantic magazine. As well, the center-left premier said "the security problem won't get solved by barricading the borders - even if it were possible to do so - but rather by remaining vigilant against (Islamist) terrorism and also by focusing on outlying neighborhoods".

Ta-Nehisi Coates Helps a New Panther Leave Its Print - The New York Times

2016-04-04 nytimes
The Black Panther may not be the mightiest superhero on the planet, but he’s certainly among the coolest. Created in 1966, he was the first black superhero in mainstream comics. While his cape-wearing peers spend their off hours slogging away at mundane day jobs — reporter at a major metropolitan newspaper, say — the Panther is a king, the sovereign ruler of Wakanda, the fictional, technologically advanced African nation.

Hanya Yanagihara to speak in Melbourne as part of Wheeler Centre's 2016 program

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Brussels attacks: why Islamic State is exporting terrorism to Europe

Police officers patrol after raids in which several people, including Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam, were arrested on March 18, 2016 in the suburb of Molenbeek, Photo: Carl Court

In The Man's World of Corporate Finance One Woman Provides The Final Word On Securities Law

2016-03-23 prnewswire
In the March 23, 2016 issue of The Atlantic journalist Margo Epprecht wrote, "Wall Street is a specific culture. It is a specific culture of men. In large banks, hedge funds, and many Wall Street firms, women make up the majority of workers in support roles such as human resources, legal and compliance, administration, and customer service. But men still have a firm grip on the power structure."

Apple's new iPhone SE is made for people with small hands

 Have you ever had to strain your thumb muscle to reach the letters on the far side of an iPhone 6 series keyboard? Or had to wedge one of those phones into a tiny, tight pocket in your body-hugging jeans?

SBA Names Top Winners of 2016 InnovateHER Business Competition

2016-03-17 prnewswire
WASHINGTON, March 17, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The U.S. Small Business Administration today announced the winners of the 2016 InnovateHER: Innovating for Women Business Challenge, its nationwide business competition to highlight innovative products and services created and launched by cutting-edge entrepreneurs.

Kuwait security chief to Obama - we're not free-riders

2016-03-17 channelnewsasia
KUWAIT: Kuwait is not a "free-rider" in U.S.-led campaigns against terrorism and other threats, a senior Kuwaiti security official said on Thursday, rejecting comments by President Barack Obama critical of some U.S. allies.

Researchers solve mystery of strange 300-million-year-old fossil

2016-03-17 news.asiaone
Science and archaeology may have come a long way, but many things about the Earth have remained a mystery in the 21st century. One of these mysteries is a strange-looking fossil known simply as the Tully monster.

Offshore Plan A Key To America’s Energy Future

2016-03-15 breakingenergy
Two charts – as the Obama administration prepares to unveil its offshore oil and natural gas leasing program that will guide U.S. offshore energy development from 2017 to 2022:

What's behind Vladimir Putin's surprise move in Syria?

As Syria approaches the five-year anniversary of the start of the civil war, we look at the peaceful protests that started it all and where the crisis stands today.

1 in 10 New Cars Will Be Driverless by 2035

2016-02-27 fool
Driverless cars are coming -- here's why.

Are Faceless Internet Hoards Beyond the Law?

2016-02-25 blogs.findlaw
The Internet is a fickle beast. The collective power of just a tiny fraction of the Internet's 3.2 billion users can make your cat famous in a minute, as it did with Grumpy Cat, whose net worth is estimated...

Will First Energy Power Ahead on Upgrade & Cost Cut Plans?

2016-02-24 zacks
FirstEnergy's (FE) broadening regulated base, growing transmission lines, and Cash Flow Improvement and Energizing the Future initiatives are expected to aid earnings growth.