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(Reuters) - A British judge has ruled https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-east/dubais-sheikh-mohammed-ordered-phones-ex-wife-lawyers-be-hacked-uk-court-says-2021-10-06 that Dubai's ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum ordered the hacking of the phones of his former wife, her lawyers and security staff.
IN the world of finance, leveraged buyouts (LBOs) are sometimes seen as controversial – the domain of fictional villain Gordon Gekko from “Wall Street” – where firms borrow large sums of money to buy their targets.
In the lawsuit filed last June, Blythe Brown alleged that her ex-husband led a double life while they were married – including extramarital affairs with a Dutch horse trainer and other women.
The items include 1,000 pairs of sneakers, 2,000 coats and pieces of winter clothing, 300 blanket and bedding sets as well as 2,000 first aid kits.
Since the pandemic, there has been a hike in 'nature prescriptions’ from doctors in the United States.
(Reuters) - The Wikimedia Foundation, which operates the online encyclopedia Wikipedia, said on Wednesday it will award grants to six organizations that work to address barriers in accessing quality information due to racial inequality.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): An influential liberal Chinese economist has warned against excessive government intervention and the erosion of the market economy in the nation’s pursuit of "common prosperity” and more income equality.
BEIJING: Chinese economists have moved to ease fears that China’s drive for "common prosperity” signals aggressive policies afoot, that will seize money from the rich to close the country’s yawning wealth gap.
Tencent warned of slowing growth as China regulators continue to put curbs on the tech sector, affecting those in education, gaming and advertising.
Edgar Villanueva captures the intersection of the racist legacy of concentrated wealth and its continued impact on people of colour