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Trump held in contempt of court for failing to turn over documents to N.Y. AG Letitia James

A New York judge held former President Donald Trump in contempt of court Monday because of the Trump Organization’s refusal to turn over documents to New York Attorney General Letitia James as part of an ongoing investigation into whether it fraudulently reported the value of real estate holdings in financial statements. State Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron ruled that Trump must pay a fine of $10,000 per day until he complies with a subpoena for business records related to the… Source link

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India Russia News: Russian consumer companies turn to India as western brands pull the plug

Russia’s e-commerce platforms Ozon and Yandex Market, food supplements firm Pharmstandard, dental products distributor Simkodent, largest food retailer X5 Retail Group and confectionery major UNICONF are among several Russian companies that have reached out to India for business ties amid Moscow’s conflict with Kyiv. Due to the conflict and the sanctions on Russia, many European and American brands have stopped supplying their goods including consumer electronics, and apparel to that… Source link

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Fed up with Google, conspiracy theorists turn to DuckDuckGo – The Denver Post

By Stuart A. Thompson, The New York Times Company On an episode of Joe Rogan’s popular podcast last year, he turned to a topic that has gripped right-wing communities and other Americans who feel skeptical about the pandemic: search engines. “If I wanted to find specific cases about people who died from vaccine-related injuries, I had to go to DuckDuckGo,” Rogan said, referring to the small, privacy-focused search engine. “I wasn’t finding them on Google.” Praise for DuckDuckGo… Source link

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Fed Up With Google, Conspiracy Theorists Turn to DuckDuckGo

Free the Will PatriotsForwarded from Silence Dogood, MBA I just started using DuckDuckGo today, and needless to say it is like being brought into the 21st century! Tamara Keller GO ON DUCKDUCKGO SEVERAL WEBSITES ARE REPORTING DICK CHENEY ARRESTS Patricia W If you go on DuckDuckGo we pull right up! Trump… Source link

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Intel’s new chip plans could turn rival AMD’s fortunes- analysts

(Corrects typographical error in paragraph 4) By Chavi Mehta and Nivedita Balu (Reuters) – Intel Corp’s latest focus on making chips to meet rising demand will give Advanced Micro Devices Inc, its biggest rival in the server and PC market, a chance to build a greater foothold in the segment, analysts said. Intel, which plans large investments in chip technologies in the next four years, said on Thursday it expects revenue from its segment housing PCs to grow in low to mid single digits, and its… Source link

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Google Wants to Turn Your Old Mac into a Chromebook With Chrome OS Flex

Google has announced early access to Chrome OS Flex, a method of replacing the operating system on older PCs and Macs “within minutes” to essentially turn them into Chromebooks. The company is encouraging individuals, schools, and businesses to download Chrome OS Flex so they can “easily try modern computing with cloud-based management” while extending the lifespan of older devices, thereby reducing e-waste. The idea is that if you have an aging Mac lying around that can’t run macOS 12… Source link

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A Meta-morphosis of sentiment that may turn again: Morning Brief

This article first appeared in the Morning Brief. Get the Morning Brief sent directly to your inbox every Monday to Friday by 6:30 a.m. ET. Subscribe Friday, February 4, 2022 Despite a Meta-drubbing, all might not be lost Unleash the Meta-phors. The big fourth quarter earnings miss by Facebook’s re-christened parent company (FB) Meta-stasized on Wall Street (sorry, I just couldn’t resist) — dragging all the major indexes lower in an unmitigated bloodbath The lackluster results gave the… Source link

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Inflation threatens to turn 2022 into ‘annus horribilis’ for Powell, Biden: Morning Brief

This article first appeared in the Morning Brief. Get the Morning Brief sent directly to your inbox every Monday to Friday by 6:30 a.m. ET. Subscribe Thursday, January 13, 2021 Surging prices are now both an economic and political risk “Annus horribilis,” a Latin term that means “horrible year” is a term once famously deployed by the Queen of England to describe 1992, a tumultuous year upon which she declared she would not regard fondly. Given current trends, the same label may yet apply… Source link

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Google ordered to turn over documents related to anti-union efforts in NLRB case

In 2019, a group of workers who had recently been fired from Google (GOOGL GOOGLE) filed unfair labor practice charges with the NLRB, claiming they had been fired for speaking out about the company’s practices, such as signing controversial government contracts, and for engaging in protected labor organizing. Google has maintained that the employees were let go for repeated violations of its policies. But in 2020, the NLRB filed a complaint alleging Google had violated labor laws with two of… Source link

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Google Must Turn Over More Documents in Labor Case, Judge Rules

Google wrongly claimed attorney-client privilege to protect documents subpoenaed in a National Labor Relations Board case filed by former employees who say the company fired them because of their unionization efforts, a labor judge has ruled. The administrative law judge, Paul Bogas, whom the N.L.R.B. appointed as a special master to review the documents, said in a report on Friday that “this broad assertion is, to put it charitably, an overreach.” The ruling is the latest legal blow to… Source link

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