Monthly Archives: August 2022

Rachel Deloache Williams sues Netflix over portrayal of ‘Inventing Anna’

Comment this story Comment Rachel DeLoache Williams, a photo editor who befriended New York socialite and con artist Anna Sorokin, is suing Netflix over its portrayal of her on its wildly popular show “Inventing Anna,” released earlier this year. Williams, who was played by actress Katie Lowes on the show, filed a lawsuit against the streaming giant in Delaware District ...

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Sunday Dinner Publishing Announces Next Diverse Children’s Book

Los Angeles, California, August 31, 2022 – (PR.com) – Independent publisher Sunday Dinner Publishing has announced the release of its latest diverse children’s book, “Parker Peterzak has the Big School Blues,” by author Angel Tate and Brittany Moody. The black-owned publisher is excited about the acquisition and the team. The title is the first chapter in the series of books ...

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A New Richmond writer-in-residence will offer poetry workshops

Poet and spoken word educator Lindi Nolte will lead a series of workshops from September 24 to November 30. An award-winning poet will bring a series of performances, writing circles, workshops and mentorship opportunities to Richmond residents starting September 24. Lindi Nolte, 2022 Richmond Writer-in-Residence, will kick off the residency with a special free performance during Richmond Culture Days on ...

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Lumileds seeks financial restructuring for growth

A little over a year ago, the former LED magazine Editor-in-Chief Maury Wright spoke with Lumileds CEO Matt Roney about the LED maker’s growth trajectory amid challenging supply chain conditions and application segments for future expansion. the company. Today, the San Jose, California-based lighting solutions company announced that it has entered into a Restructuring Support Agreement (RSA) with its majority ...

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YouTube Shorts will feature Saragama’s catalog of recordings

Now users can create content using Saregama’s vast catalog on YouTube. Saregama has announced a global deal with YouTube for YouTube Shorts, a short-form video experience on YouTube. This partnership will allow users to create short films on YouTube using Saregama’s huge catalog of songs. Saregama is India’s oldest music label with a rich catalog of over 1.40 lac songs ...

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Hundreds of sports shoes donated to migrant workers

WHEN a call went out on Facebook on August 17, hundreds of people responded and donated used and new sneakers to a nonprofit organization for migrant workers. Over five days, hundreds of shoes were dropped off at 12 collection points – the homes of ItsRainingRaincoats volunteers – across the city. The donation campaign was launched by ItsRainingRaincoats after realizing that ...

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Bitcoin Journey is Full of Helping Hands – Bitcoin Magazine

This is an opinion piece by Justin Raglandco-organizer of Rocket City Bitcoin. It all started with the bitcoin crash of 2017. My first thought was, “What the hell did I get myself into?” All the money I invested in bitcoin in the previous year fell 80%. I slowly watched my exit strategy and my newfound wealth dwindle before my eyes. ...

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Publisher tackles language extinction issue with faith-based book

Amid alarm being raised in sociolinguistic circles that more than 90% of the world’s major languages ​​are at risk of extinction over the next century, LoveWorld Publishing Ltd, publishers of The Rhapsody of Realities, revealed on Friday that the publication has now been translated. in 7,000 languages ​​around the world to tackle the problem. Speaking at a global press conference ...

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Wonderful Madayin » Aboriginal Art Directory

A momentous event is happening in the small town of Dartmouth, New Hampshire next week. And it’s part of a surprising pattern in which Aboriginal art from Australia is clearly taken more seriously by American institutions than by public galleries and museums here. Significantly, the two’Madayeen‘- the great Yolŋu Bark Show opening in Dartmouth – and the ongoing celebrations of ...

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White House demands immediate public access to all US-funded research papers by 2025 | Science

A decades-long battle over how best to provide the public with access to the fruits of US government-funded research has come to a head. The administration of President Joe Biden announcement yesterday that, by the end of 2025, federal agencies must make articles describing taxpayer-funded work freely available to the public as soon as the final peer-reviewed manuscript is published. ...

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99.6% of Thai households are in debt; mainly credit cards, personal loans

Of the 1,350 households surveyed, most of which have an average household income above 50,000 baht per month, the level of income falls below expenditure while the survey reveals that 99.6% of the households surveyed are in debt, mainly in the form of credit cards and personal cards. loans taken out to purchase basic commodities, as well as durable goods ...

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Personal loans remain strong, even accelerating from Q1 2022 – ARAB TIMES

WhatsApp Facebook Twitter E-mail Messenger This post has been read 7585 times! Credit growth rate reaches 5.7% KUWAIT CITY, August 16: The recovery in credit extended to the corporate sector continued, while growth in personal loans remained very strong, and even accelerated compared to the first quarter of 2022. As for performance since the At the beginning of this year, ...

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Three new books in the “Writer in Context” series seek to improve our understanding of translated literature

Each book is comprehensive, with samples of the writer’s fiction, new essays, critical reception, letters from readers, and bio-chronology Each book is comprehensive, with samples of the writer’s fiction, new essays, critical reception, letters from readers, and bio-chronology In a revealing scene, Mitro by Krishna Sobti (from Mitro be damned, 1966), unhooks her blouse in front of her older sister-in-law ...

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‘It gives me peace’: House legends Larry Heard and Robert Owens on winning their Trax legal battle | dance music

Jhere are the breakthroughs this summer for the visibility of house music – if not always its profitability – thanks to Beyoncé and Drake. But far from the spotlight, the aftershocks of a different breakthrough, in an Illinois court, could soon reverberate far beyond debates over superstar alliances with the genre. After a long and bitter legal battle, house music ...

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Audrey Rozeboom’s new book “Please Forgive Me!” is an intensive insight into the world of forgiveness and the struggles that come with it

LANSING, Mich. (PRWEB) August 25, 2022 Audrey Rozeboom, a retired counselor and mother of six, has finished her new book “Please Forgive Me!” “: an inspiring book written to share the gift of forgiveness. As a retired counselor, Rozeboom has plenty of experience in the art of forgiveness, writing, “Sometimes we struggle to ask or accept forgiveness. Trauma situations ...

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Everything you need to know about low income personal loans – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. Lenders consider many factors when deciding if you qualify for a personal loan, including sufficient income. However, having a low income does not necessarily mean that you will not be able to borrow money. Here’s how you ...

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Kishida denies ties to Unification Church after magazine article

On August 24, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida again denied having any dealings with the Unification Church after a weekly magazine reported that one of its top supporters had done so. “As I said before, to my knowledge, I myself have no connection with the former Unification Church,” Kishida, who tested positive for COVID-19, told reporters during of an online press ...

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“Funny Pages” Examined: The Conventional Rebellion of a Teenage Prodigy

Owen Kline’s feature debut, “Funny Pages,” is a film of ideas, or rather one idea, with an ostensible subject. Like many of these films, its first action shot and character background are thinned out to make the illustration of its thesis all the more clear. The film is a serious comedy centered on a high school student named Robert Bleichner ...

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All States and Territories File Initial Applications for Broadband Funding – MeriTalk

The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) said Aug. 17 that all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia and all U.S. territories, have filed applications for initial planning funds under the program. equity, access and deployment of broadband (BEAD). which aims to distribute $42.4 billion in broadband-related subsidies to underserved and unserved communities. The BEAD program is part of ...

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Meeting of scribes | News, Sports, Jobs

One of the first events of the Kicka** Writers Festival held last Saturday was a “speed dating” meeting with the other participants of the festival. They would rotate every 5 minutes. (Business photo — Katelin Guérin) SARANAC LAKE — Last weekend marked the first-ever Kicka** Writers Festival, a series of events for writers hosted by writers. The events took place ...

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Student-run magazine sheds light on Far East Indy

Students and staff at Warren Central High School published “The Indy Far East”, a magazine focused on telling positive stories. INDIANAPOLIS — There’s a new way to tell positive stories in Far East Indianapolis, and it’s being done through a student-created magazine. Students and staff at Warren Central High School have published “The Indy Far East”, a magazine focused on ...

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Finnable now offers personal loans with no credit score

India Business WireFinnable, one of India’s fastest growing financial startups, now offers no credit score loans. An individual can avail a personal loan from Finnable online without any hassle. This comes as a welcome relief for people who have no credit score and are looking to take out a loan. Additionally, applicants can also check the EMI they are expected ...

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Sweatshop Acquires Hage Book, Creates $10,000 First Nations Scholarship

August 22, 2022 @booksandpublishing Sweatshop Literacy Movement Inc. Acquired Worldwide Rights à The racial politics of Australian multiculturalism by anthropologist, public intellectual and cultural critic Ghassan Hage. The book will include new editions of Hage’s publications white nation and Against paranoid nationalismwhich will respectively celebrate their 25th and 20th anniversaries. The racial politics of Australian multiculturalism will also feature Hage’s ...

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Princess Diana died 25 years ago, but she remains a role model for women

Comment this story Comment Diana’s story began as a fairy tale and ended as a Greek tragedy: a handsome prince, a beautiful princess, then fame, betrayal, reinvention and a fatal car accident 25 years ago in Paris. If Diana had lived happily ever after, she would be a 61-year-old royal grandmother today – older, wiser and probably far less interesting. ...

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Deryck Whibley, leader of Sum 41, sells a musical catalog | Entertainment

Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley has sold his publishing and recorded music catalog. The 42-year-old musician has struck a deal with an investment fund, HarbourView Equity Partners – which was founded in 2021 by CEO Cherrese Clarke Soares – to offload his music portfolio, according to Billboard. Deryck recorded seven albums with Sum 41, selling over 15 million records and ...

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Sum 41’s Deryck Whibley sells his publishing and recorded music catalog to HarbourView

Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley has sold his publishing and recorded music catalog as part of a new deal with an investment fund, HarbourView Equity Partners. Whibley has been the lead singer and main songwriter for the Canadian pop-punk outfit since its inception in 1996. Their 2001 album “All Killer No Filler” featured the hit single “Fat Lip,” which landed ...

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Minutes of the White House Meeting with State Legislative Leaders on the Extreme Risks Protection Order (ERPO) Legislation

Building on President Biden’s signing of the bipartisan Safer Communities Act last month, today Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Senior Advisor to the President and White House Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, Stefanie Feldman, Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy, and Rosie Hidalgo, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor on Gender-Based Violence, convened a meeting on Extreme Risk Protection ...

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The Financialization of Real Estate Is the Problem, Not Bitcoin CryptoBlog

This is an opinion editorial by Jeremy, advisor to Escape to El Salvador, a community of professionals who help expatriates obtain residency and citizenship in El Salvador. In recent years, there has been a lot of noise about so-called “crypto-colonizers” moving into developing countries and taking advantage of affordable housing and other amenities provided by disadvantaged locals. The Washington Post, ...

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Publishing director turned author: Ebony Ladelle ’10

Ebony Ladelle ’10, MS Publishing, author turned marketing and publishing executive, writes about the universal language of love. Image You were recently marketing director of branded publishing at Penguin House, and you’ve since become a full-time author, with your first book, love radio, released in May 2022. Tell us about the central theme of this book and what inspired you ...

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Embracer Group Announces 11th Operating Group: Embracer Freemode

KARLSTAD, Sweden, August 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Embracer Group AB (“Embracer”) today announced the formation of Embracer Freemode (“Freemode”), an operating group comprised of certain Embracer-owned gaming and entertainment companies. Freemode is led by the CEO Lee Guinchard, a 30-year gaming veteran and entrepreneur. Freemode provides a global ecosystem of strategic, operational and financial support to its collective of small ...

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Larry Ellison Lists North Palm Beach Home For Sale For $145 Million

Oracle Corp. co-founder Larry Ellison has listed his beachfront property in North Palm Beach for $145 million. The 8.5-acre estate including dune and beach areas boasts 562 feet of ocean frontage and is located in the tony neighborhood of Seminole Landing. Compared to other beachfront properties in Palm Beach County, the double-gate estate is the third-largest beachfront property in the ...

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Orion Magazine – This self-taught scientific illustrator likes to draw insects

Editor’s note: You’ll recognize Joe MacGown’s work in our latest anthology, The book of insects. Joe A. MacGown is a self-taught artist originally from Maine but later moved to Starkville, Mississippi, where he worked as a research technician/scientific illustrator at the Mississippi Entomological Museum from 1988 until his retirement in 2020. The Allure of Insects was too much, and he ...

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‘Horse Whisperer’ author Nicholas Evans dies at 72

Placeholder while loading article actions Nicholas Evans, a British novelist whose debut album, ‘The Horse Whisperer’, became a publishing phenomenon, selling more than 15 million copies and leading to a hit film adaptation by Robert Redford, died on August 9 at his home in Totnes, in the English county of Devon. He was 72 years old. His death, following a ...

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Personal Loan Rates Drop to Record High | Personal loans and advice

Personal loans provide quick access to a lump sum of cash that is repaid in predictable monthly installments, usually at a fixed interest rate. Because they often don’t require collateral, personal loans can be used however you see fit, whether you want to consolidate credit card debt or finance home renovations. One of the most important factors to consider when ...

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Fundraising Art Exhibit Comes to Mission

Movement, a fundraising art exhibition by artist Veronica Plewman, will be held at the Mission Arts Center from August 16 to September 3. Plewman will donate all proceeds from sales to the Mission Arts Council for his new building. This exhibition of small works refers to themes that the artist has explored over many years of creative experimentation. Subjects include ...

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Author D. Anthony Watters’ new book “Retribution Of The Atomic Creature” is a haunting story of two young heroes on a perilous quest for fate.

IOWA CITY, Iowa (PRWEB) August 15, 2022 D Anthony Watters has completed his new book “Retribution Of The Atomic Creature” – Book II in his Arrowhead Trilogy. ”Retribution Of The Atomic Creature: is a compelling story of two young men, thrown into action to save their lost compatriot, Bernard Behringer. “The saga continues in this thrilling sequel,” Watters shares. ...

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Evan Birnholz’s August 14 crossword solution, “Hearsay”

Placeholder while loading article actions Eight familiar phrases with one-letter words have been expanded into a longer word that sounds alike to create goofy phrases: 22A: [“Three-base hit, hmm?”?] is “TRIPLE, huh?” based on Triple-A. 35A: [“I’m not the one who’s going to change directions here!”?] is “NO, YOU TURN » based on Nope You-Round. 39A: [Rocker Snider, when educating ...

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Authors share summer reading selections

Writers take time to read – it’s kind of a prerequisite for creativity and a good holiday habit! By asking a few authors about their “work” and their summer reading, they answered. More of their comments will be published in the August 28 column. Lynne Griffin “My summer reads always include books that I’ve kept at the top of my ...

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Welsh Fire v Birmingham Phoenix: George Scrimshaw is not just a joker

NICK HOWSON: A late Welsh Fire choice for the men’s Hundred, Derbyshire quickly dethroned Birmingham Phoenix’s Moeen Ali and Liam Livingstone in an inspired display in Cardiff “The most exciting group of bowlers I can remember working with,” is how Kevin Shine described the battery of tailors he oversaw at an ECB bowling camp in February 2018. Alongside Jamie Porter, ...

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Chinese youth face sluggish job market as COVID slows economy

BEIJING (AP) — Liu Qian, looking for a job with a new master’s degree, said two employers interviewed her, then said the positions were cut. Others asked him to take a lower salary. What do you want to know Liu Qian, looking for a job with a new master’s degree, said two employers interviewed her and then said the positions ...

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Why the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes could make personal loans more attractive

Image source: Getty Images This is the perfect time to consider a personal loan. Key points Personal loans are flexible and allow you to borrow money for any purpose. These loans offer a key advantage over credit cards and other variable interest rate borrowing products. In June, the Federal Reserve did something it hadn’t done in years: it raised its ...

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Microsoft updates the old .NET Framework for Arm64 – Visual Studio Magazine

New Microsoft updates the old .NET Framework for Arm64 For years, Microsoft has been updating its legacy, Windows-only, proprietary .NET Framework while advancing the new order of open-source, cross-platform .NET Core frameworks, which have evolved into just .NET 5, . NET 6 and so on. Since the release of .NET Framework 4.8.0 in May last year, development cycles have focused ...

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A Debt Trap: Should We Worry About Rising Personal Loans in India?

Indians relied on borrowed money as their income dried up during the Covid-19 pandemic: Outstanding credit card debt defies the gravitational pull of persistent inflation and slower growth Credit cards are India’s staggering Rs. 1,529 billion. 35 trillion personal loans Lending against gold jewelry was at a higher level at the height of the pandemic People are spending more than ...

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Sergio Pérez’s new book “Dios dentro de mí” is an uplifting read that enlightens the mind and fuels the heart with courage, faith and strength despite adversity.

SAN ANTONIO, August 12, 2022 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC WIRE PR/ — The recent publication “Dios dentro de mí” by Page Publishing author Sergio Pérez is an enlightening exposition that leads one to see and embrace God’s grace in a life of darkness, terror and turmoil. Sergio Pérez, a renowned psychotherapist specializing in alternative therapies within quantum medicine and energy management, has completed ...

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ACCC RACES FLAT OUT FOR IVE OVATO DEAL

By Wayne Robinson | August 12, 2022 The Competition and Consumer Commission ACCC is asking that all submissions on IVE’s proposed takeover of Ovato be with it by next Thursday as the Commission seeks to make a decision on the proposed deal in record time. IVE bids for Ovato: IVE CEO Matt Aitken It also says industry participants should expect ...

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Jordon’s dream of working in publishing is boosted by a prestigious and highly competitive internship at Penguin Random House

Thu 08/11/2022 – 14:55 | From: David Tisdale A distinguished graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) English program is gaining invaluable experience for her chosen career through a highly competitive internship at one of the most celebrated publishing houses in the world. world. Abigail Jordon, who graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in ...

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Tips for Surviving the Bitcoin Bear Market – Bitcoin Magazine

This is an opinion piece by Boomer, a long-time active member of the Financial Independence/Early Retirement (FIRE) movement. Deep down we all knew this was coming. Bear markets suck, and they’re especially bad if it’s your first. Every bear market is different and there will always be people who tell you the sky is falling. Please don’t be one of ...

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Alumni News | Hannah Koerner fills her NYC apartment and career with books

Hannah Koerner, now with Hachette Book Group in New York Hannah Koerner ’17BA, an alumnus of Ohio University, interned at two publishing houses as a student. Now she is living her dream by working for a book publisher in New York. “In college, I got all the publishing-related experience I could through internships at OHIO and summer internships in New ...

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Fans want Marceline in MultiVersus, just like the game’s director

MultiVersus has incorporated some of the most beloved characters from the Warner Bros catalog into its roster, but of course there’s always room for more. One of the most requested additions to the team is none other than Adventure Time’s Marceline, and game director Tony Huynh certainly seems to think The Vampire Queen should step into the arena as well. ...

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Michelle Maroussis’ new book ‘How the Elves Saved Christmas’ is a charming children’s holiday tale about an elf trying to save Christmas

FRUITPORT, MI (PRWEB) August 10, 2022 Michelle Maroussis has finished her new book ‘How Elves Saved Christmas’: a cherished book for young readers about how elves saved Christmas. Maroussis writes a charming Christmas tale about what happens when Santa Claus doesn’t have enough presents: “’What are we going to do?’ said Santa Claus. “We don’t have enough toys to ...

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Meghan Markle, will Prince Harry’s appearance in a magazine in the United States decrease due to the upcoming visit of Kate Middleton, Prince William? The Sussexes are likely to be ’emptied’

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry You’ll soon notice they’ll be featured less and less in American magazines as the country prepares for the arrival of Kate Middleton and Prince William later this year. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel to London for the second Earthshot Prize ceremony. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry out? Kate Middleton and Prince William ...

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News Corp nearly doubles its profits thanks to digital advertising and subscribers | press company

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation nearly doubled its profits in 2021/22 to a record $760m (A$1.1bn). The US-listed company owns News Corp Australia, as well as numerous mastheads in the US and UK, alongside book publisher HarperCollins and a majority stake in the property advertising company REA Group. Net profit rose 95% year-on-year, while revenue for the year ending June 2022 ...

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Author Anthony Nelson’s new book ‘Look-See: If You can… Boy Detective’ is the story of a young boy who helps his friend by solving a robbery case

Newly released “Look-see: If you can… Boy Detective” by Newman Springs Publishing author Anthony Nelson follows Looksee, a young boy who imagines himself to be a superstar baseball player and genius detective. When one of his friends loses his most prized possession, a case of theft comes to light that will help Looksee prove his skills to his teammates. Press ...

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Meghan Markle and Harry ‘got rid’ of cover as Kate takes over ‘doesn’t sell as much’ | royal | New

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been in the headlines since their decision to step down as senior royals and their subsequent talks about their negative experience of royal life. But the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could soon see their appearance in top US magazines dwindle because of Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge visiting the US ...

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Renwick’s ‘This Present Moment’ Seems Ripped From The Headlines

Comment this story Comment At a glance, there’s nothing partisan about the life-size glass statue of a woman on display at the Renwick Gallery. Graceful and enigmatic, “Vestige (Pleated Dress)” is a 2000 work by artist Karen LaMonte. Cast in glass, the hollow statue depicts a woman, headless, her figure enveloped in a vintage dress. Every detail of the folds ...

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Antitrust lawsuit puts book publishing industry in the dock

The Justice Department’s effort to block the merger of Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster isn’t just a showcase of the Biden administration’s tougher approach to corporate consolidation, it’s a rare moment for the publishing industry itself to be placed in the dock. In the first week of a scheduled two- to three-week trial in the U.S. District Court ...

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3 Mindanao books among National Book Awards winners

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/August 06) – Three books on Mindanao are among the 27 winners of the 39e National Book Awards presented by the National Book Development Board (NDBD) and the Manila Critics Circle (MCC). The NBA is an annual event but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it had its last award in November 2019 for books published in 2018. The ...

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Bitcoin Price Continues To Fall With Seven Daily Red Candles Cryptocurrency

The following is an excerpt from a recent edition of Bitcoin Magazine Pro, Bitcoin Magazine premium markets newsletter. To be among the first to receive this information and other on-chain bitcoin market analysis straight to your inbox, Subscribe now. Bitcoin and the S&P 500 In our last monthly report, which largely focused on the evolving macroeconomic environment, we highlighted the ...

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Square Enix sold studios as Tomb Raider cannibalized other sales

Square Enix executives, in their first quarterly earnings call since selling off the Tomb Raider and Deus Ex franchises and the studios that make them, explained the move to investors on Friday. The reasoning of the editor, according to analyst David Gibsonis that its western studios and their products might have cannibalized sales from the rest of the group, so ...

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Two Makita launches this summer

Makita has never been shy about adding to its full catalog of products, but users will be interested in the newly launched Autofeed Screwdriver and HEPA Vacuum, which feature new technologies for improved performance. The self-feeding screwdriver, large titled XRFO3Z, uses PUSH DRIVE technology and aims to provide longer run time and higher fastening speed and can be used in ...

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Orell Füssli AG Half-year 2022: positive business development in the first half

Orell Füssli AG / Key word(s): Half-year resultsOrell Füssli AG Half-year 2022: positive business development in the first half 05-august-2022 / 07:00 CET/CESTPublication of an ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53LRThe issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53LR Orell Füssli AG Half-year 2022 Positive business development in the first ...

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5 Best Loans for Bad Credit: Get Personal Loans and Installment Loans with No Credit Check and Guaranteed Approval

Personal loans and installment loans for bad credit allow borrowers with a limited credit history to obtain the funds they need. However, if you have bad or poor credit, as defined by FICO, you are unlikely to be approved for a personal loan. However, not all lenders or brokers base their decision to approve your installment loan solely on your ...

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Top 6 Best Personal Loans for Bad Credit and No Credit Check 2022

Personal loans do not need to be introduced to the global market. Everyone knows what they are because most people have needed a cash injection at some point in their lives. The beauty of online personal loans is that you can apply for them discreetly, they can help you through difficult financial times, and since they are usually small amounts, ...

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Should we now also despise colonial architecture?

Artificial Islands: Adventures in the Dominions Owen Hatherley Rehearsal booksp. 335£12.99 Here’s one thing. A disturbing book about disturbing cities. And it’s full of loaded questions. Like Hezbollah, the publisher uses the silhouette of an automatic weapon as its logo. This is a trigger warning. Jonathan Swift wrote: “All poets and philosophers who will find Some favorite system in their ...

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Apple Arcade August 2022 Update: Jetpack Joyride 2, My Talking Tom+, Amazing Bomberman and Love You To Bits+

Apple Arcade is helping subscribers beat the heat with its huge catalog of awesome games to play on iOS. July saw the release of various games like HEROish and Subway Surfers Tag. August is going to knock it out of the park with the launch of four new games on the service, including a sequel to an iconic game. Arcade ...

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What should small businesses prioritize when migrating to the cloud?

2. Business continuity and disaster recovery benefit from the cloud COVID-19 has shown that businesses cannot prepare for everything. Disruptions happen, whether from power outages or a pandemic. If a small business office becomes inaccessible, work must continue. Most prepare for this with continuity contingencies, but with no office to go to, there may be no access to those plans ...

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Square Enix releases new picture book based on Final Fantasy called Chocobo and the Airship

Square Enix has announced a new Final Fantasy picture book adventure titled, Chocobo and the Airship, which will be packed full of gorgeous art. You’ll be able to get your hands on Chocobo and the airship when it launches on March 21 next year. Square Enix says that Chocobo and the Airship is written by Kazuhiko Aoki, who is the ...

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Homzmart raises total investment to $40 million after strong launch in Saudi Arabia

Homzmart – the Middle East’s one-stop-shop for furniture and homewares – recently landed a pre-Series B investment of $23 million, bringing its total investments to almost $40. The latest fund included participation from STV – the region’s largest technology venture capital fund – as well as other leading investors, such as Impact46, Outliers Ventures, Rise Capital and NUWA Capital. The ...

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US starts legal battle over publishing giants merger

The government and publishing titan Penguin Random House traded opening salvos in a federal antitrust lawsuit on Monday as the United States seeks to stop America’s biggest book publisher from taking over rival Simon & Schuster. The case is a key test of the Biden administration’s antitrust policy. The Justice Department has filed a lawsuit to block the $2.2 billion ...

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Which sectors have benefited the most from recent job creation?

General Business By Kyle Sullender, Executive Director of Focus NJ August 1, 2022 Employment in the New Jersey has increased for 18 consecutive months from May 2022, but not all industries have benefited equally. USE. As of March 2020, there were approximately 4.19 million non-farm employees in the Garden State. That number hit 3.50 million the following month as the ...

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