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Health Professionals Weigh In On Whether Or Not It Is Possible To Die Of A Broken Heart

Today many are in mourning following the death of former president George H.W. Bush’s death at 94-years-old. The 41st president took his final breaths less than a year after losing his beloved wife Barbara at 92-years-old back in April. The former president was laid to rest on Wednesday at a funeral attended by many at the Washington National Cathedral.
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Broke Milo Yiannopoulos banned from Patreon after one single day

The downfall of Milo is delicious. The flaming Trumpster fire lasted just one day on the crowdfunding platform Patreon before getting banned. No-platforming works. The Mercers want their money back from Milo, he's utterly broke at more than a million dollars in debt, and now he's shunned from internet platforms where he hoped to fundraise for himself. This is great. Photo: Milo speaking in drag at LSU, via Reddit Hi there, thanks for the tweet. Milo Yiannopoulos was removed from Patreon...
Tags: Post, Politics, News, LSU, Reddit, Nazi, Vox, Donald Trump, Patreon, Trump, Breitbart, Milo, Richard Spencer, Milo Yiannopoulos, Yiannopoulos, Grifters


European Union: Swiss Reaction To Possible Expiry Of EU Equivalence Assessment For Swiss Stock Exchange Regulation - Baer & Karrer

On 30 November 2018, the Swiss Federal Council passed an ordinance designed to remedy the possible expiry, at the end of this year, of the EU Commission's decision
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MoviePass raises prices with revamped subscription plans, sticks to three movies a month

After a year and a half of money woes, MoviePass hopes to attract new subscribers with plans offering more movie choices for higher prices.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Usa Today, Moviepass


Brexit Special: Your Thursday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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Singapore: Digital Insurance Broking Will Take Off In Singapore In 2019 - Clyde & Co

In recent years, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), Singapore's insurance regulator, has been a strong advocate of technological innovation as a means by which to both grow and transform
Tags: News, Singapore, Monetary Authority of Singapore MAS Singapore, Digital Insurance Broking


Japan’s Defense Ministry says 2nd crew found after US warplanes crash offshore; status unclear; 5 still missing

TOKYO (AP) — Japan’s Defense Ministry says 2nd crew found after US warplanes crash offshore; status unclear; 5 still missing.
Tags: Japan, News, US, Ap, Tokyo, Defense Ministry, Nation & World


Ireland: New Anti-Money Laundering Laws Now In Effect - Walkers

On 26 November 2018, the Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) Act 2018 (the "AML Act 2018") was commenced
Tags: News, Ireland, Criminal Justice Money Laundering


UK: Blockchain Will Come Of Age In 2019 - Clyde & Co

2018 saw a shift to real use-case blockchain technology prototypes and proofs of concept projects in various sectors of the insurance market including: shipping, reinsurance and logistics.
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MoviePass Announces New Pricing While Promising to Win Back Customers’ Trust

MoviePass has read your enraged tweets. It has fielded your angry calls. And, yes, it’s seen those memes that showed images of its offices engulfed in flames. Despite becoming a trending topic for all the wrong reasons, the company that once planned to be the Netflix of moviegoing believes it can win back the trust of […]
Tags: News, Moviepass, Mitch Lowe, Win Back Customers ' Trust


Those violent 'yellow jacket' protests in France? Facebook's behind that, too.

Facebook's changes to content display algorithms met with “the fierce devotion in France to local and regional identity,” and the so-called yellow jacket protests in France exploded. “What’s happening right now in France isn’t happening in a vacuum,” reports Buzzfeed. This is real Sourcerer's Apprentice stuff. Social media is the real global political story. Nobody wants to admit it, because doing so always sounds like it invalidates the concerns of the often legitimately angry. But it ...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Post, News, France, India, Paris, Brazil, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Muslim Facebook, Picks, Yellow Jackets, Ryan Broderick


Canada: One More Step Towards Implementation Of The Patent Law Treaty - Gowling WLG

On Dec. 1, 2018, the Canadian government published for public consultation an updated version of its proposed amendments to the Canadian Patent Rules.
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Mevagissey: Tourist town ban on new-build second homes

Some residents in a Cornish town cannot afford to buy a home there, while dozens of properties stand empty.
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United States: CFTC Allows Exceptions From Sending Annual Privacy Notices - Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

The CFTC approved a proposed rule to amend Rule 160.5, which requires certain "covered persons" to provide annual privacy notices to customers at least once a year during the life of the customer relationship.
Tags: News, United States, Cftc, Cadwalader Wickersham, Taft LLP


United States: CME Trader Settles "Spoofing" Charges - Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

A trader agreed to settle Chicago Mercantile Exchange ("CME") charges for placing multiple orders without intention to execute (i.e., "layering" or "spoofing").
Tags: News, United States, Chicago Mercantile Exchange CME, Taft LLP


UN wants access to Xinjiang 're-education camps' in China

Human rights chief Michelle Bachelet wants to verify "worrying reports" over the camps, where more than one million Muslim majority Uyghurs have reportedly been imprisoned
Tags: China, Cnn, Un, Xinjiang, Michelle Bachelet


United States: CFTC Commissioner Quintenz Supports Revised Cross-Border Swaps Framework - Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

CFTC Commissioner Brian Quintenz expressed support for an approach toward substituted compliance determinations that distinguishes between the rules designed to address systemic risk reforms and those designed to address market activities.
Tags: News, United States, Cftc, Cadwalader Wickersham, Taft LLP, Brian Quintenz


Pantone hopes Living Coral, 2019's color of the year, gives 'a big hug'

It's the color of underwater reefs hanging on for dear life. The sky at dusk. Living Coral has been chosen the Pantone 2019 color of the year.            [Author: The Associated Press]
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United States: The Demise Of Drug Design Litigation: Death By Federal Preemption - Reed Smith

That is the intriguing title of the latest law review article written by the "Rabbi of Torts," Prof. Aaron Twerski (we're not making this up, Prof. Twerski's Wikipedia page is the fifth result
Tags: News, Wikipedia, United States, Aaron Twerski, Federal Preemption Reed Smith, Prof Twerski


Beal scores 36 points as Wizards blow past Hawks, 131-117

Bradley Beal scored a season-high 36 points, Otto Porter Jr. had 20 points and 11 rebounds, and the Washington Wizards won their third straight game with a 131-117 victory over the Atlanta Hawks            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, Atlanta Hawks, Wizards, Washington Wizards, Hawks, Bradley Beal, Beal, Otto Porter Jr


Barrett helps No. 3 Duke beat Hartford 84-54

Top 25 Capsules            [Author: AP]
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Tulsa downs Oklahoma State 74-71 behind Jeffries' 20 points

Senior DaQuan Jeffries scored nine of his 20 points in the final 1:02 as Tulsa held off in-state rival Oklahoma State 74-71            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, Tulsa, Oklahoma State, Jeffries, DaQuan Jeffries


Warriors star Curry says it 'was a little weird' playing Cavs without LeBron

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry admitted it was different playing the Cleveland Cavaliers without LeBron James on their roster. The Warriors and Cleveland have met in the last four NBA Finals but the dynamics of the rivalry changed after James signed a four-year, $153.3million contract with the Los Angeles Lakers in the offseason. Curry discussed facing the James-less Cavaliers after the teams matched up on Wednesday for the first time in 2018-19, with the Warriors winning 129-105.
Tags: News, Nba, Cleveland Cavaliers, Lebron James, Cleveland, Los Angeles Lakers, Curry, Golden State Warriors, Warriors, James, Stephen Curry, Cavaliers


Wyoming comes back in second half to beat South Carolina

Justin James scored 20 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and dished out five assists as Wyoming came back in the second half to beat South Carolina 73-64            [Author: AP]
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Police Shoot Armed Man During Gun Battle in the Bronx; 2 Bystanders Injured

A woman and a 12-year-old girl were injured during the gun battle between the police and a man they were chasing in the University Heights neighborhood.
Tags: News, Police Brutality, Bronx, University Heights, Misconduct and Shootings, Police Department (NYC, Bronx (NYC, Drug Abuse and Traffic, Attacks on Police


European Union: What Brexit Means For Guernsey And Jersey - Carey Olsen

The Bailiwick of Guernsey (comprised of the islands of Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm) ("Guernsey") and the Bailiwick of Jersey ("Jersey")
Tags: News, European Union, Guernsey, Carey Olsen, Guernsey Alderney Sark, Herm Guernsey


‘Already an Exception’: Merkel’s Legacy Is Shaped by Migration and Austerity

As the German chancellor’s party chooses a new leader, the values she embodies are in danger. Some ask whether her choices helped plant the seeds of the forces now tearing Europe apart.
Tags: Europe, News, Germany, European Union, Merkel, Angela, Middle East and Africa Migrant Crisis, European Sovereign Debt Crisis (2010-, Christian Democratic Union (Germany


Bernardi and Hanson spin out Senate vote for Nauru bill, as Morrison vows not to let it pass – politics live

Encryption legislation a likely casualty of 4.30pm adjournment as government fights defeat on Kerryn Phelps’ offshore detention legislation. All the day’s events, live 4.28am GMT Paul Karp reports Cory Bernardi has found a new tactic to drag this out:But first, there are government amendments to the Storer-McKim amendments. Cory Bernardi, to keep the filibuster going, indicates he intends to vote differently on each government amendment. This is going nowhere quickly folks.” 4.27am GMT T...
Tags: Senate, Australia news, Australian immigration and asylum, Coalition, Australian politics, Australian Security And Counter-terrorism, Bill Shorten, Labor party, Nauru, Liberal party, Scott Morrison, Cathy McGowan, Morrison, Hanson, Cory Bernardi, Bernardi


Hungary: Az ügyvezető feladatai és felelőssége - Katona & Partners Attorneys at Law

A jelen cikkben összeszedjük a hatályos jogszabályok szerint a gazdasági társaság élén álló ügyvezetőt terhelő kötelezettségeket és feladatokat.
Tags: News, Hungary, Katona


United States: Memphis Regional Managing Partner Discusses Immigration-Related Hiring Risks - Fisher Phillips LLP

Over the past two years, numerous programs granting work authorization to foreign nationals have been targeted for rescission, including the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
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