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   Quaden Bayles, bullied Queensland boy, progresses defamation case against News Corp columnist Miranda Devine  2020/08/24 07:51:45 Seven News
Quaden Bayles received worldwide support after being bullied at school. Now a judge has weighed in on what happened next.
   Opinion: Why the climate crisis isn’t the partisan issue you think it is  2020/08/19 10:43:00 The Independent
The climate emergency, like the Second World War, is beyond party politics. In the UK and elsewhere, through publishers like News Corp, there are attempts to frame the crisis as a destructive left-right partisan issue. We cannot allow those efforts to succeed.
   This Is What Hedge Funds Bought And Sold In The Second Quarter  2020/08/16 17:00:00 Zero Hedge
This Is What Hedge Funds Bought And Sold In The Second Quarter Tyler Durden Sun, 08/16/2020 - 13:00 In addition to the widely publicized changes in Berkshire Hathaway's portfolio, where as we previously reported Warren Buffett dumped a material amount of his bank holdings in addition to completely selling out of airlines, while making his first ever foray into precious metals with a new $ 563MM stake in Barrick Gold , there were other quite notable changes in hedge fund portfolios during Q2 as disclosed in the barrage of 13Fs filed on Friday. As Bloomberg recaps, the 13F filings show that even more hedge funds leaned in to the stay-at-home trade amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Of note, Home Depot was a top new buy for Balyasny Asset Management, while Pershing Square Capital Management and Adage Capital Partners boosted stakes in Lowe’s. Coatue Management boosted its stakes in Peloton and Zoom Video Communications. Netflix was one notable exception as Appaloosa, D1 Capital Partners and Viking Global Investors cut their stakes.
   Apple Seeks To Boost Lagging Subscription Sales With "Amazon Prime"-Style 'Bundles'  2020/08/13 13:45:00 Zero Hedge
Apple Seeks To Boost Lagging Subscription Sales With "Amazon Prime"-Style 'Bundles' Tyler Durden Thu, 08/13/2020 - 09:45 Apple shares are riding high right now, after reporting blockbuster Q2 earnings with revenue from device sales beating expectations, and the company announced a stock split that has helped push its market capitalization even further into record territory. However, as we noted at the time, there were a few blemishes on what was otherwise a sterling report, most prominent among them being a rare sequential decline in service revenue, which dipped to $13.156BN from $13.348BN last quarter. Although investors didn't seem to care when Apple announced the results last month, CEO Tim Cook has increasingly pushed growth in the company's services segment as the key driver of future growth. And although Apple didn't release forecasts for the year ahead. Clearly, Apple CEO Tim Cook is acutely aware of this, and the company is already planning a new initiative to try and maximize revenue from its subscription services at a time when most Americans are using these types of services more than they ever have before.
   Wall Street Journal will stick by Apple News: News Corp CEO  2020/08/12 16:05:49 New York Post
News Corp. will continue to allow tech giant Apple to disseminate its news articles through the Apple News platform because the arrangement is helping introduce new readers to The Wall Street Journal, CEO Robert Thomson said. Thomson said Apple News is connecting new readers to WSJ, ­including women and young people who might not otherwise…
   Quaden Bayles, bullied Queensland boy, progresses defamation case against News Corp columnist Miranda Devine  2020/08/24 07:51:45 Seven News
Quaden Bayles received worldwide support after being bullied at school. Now a judge has weighed in on what happened next.
   Opinion: Why the climate crisis isn’t the partisan issue you think it is  2020/08/19 10:43:00 The Independent
The climate emergency, like the Second World War, is beyond party politics. In the UK and elsewhere, through publishers like News Corp, there are attempts to frame the crisis as a destructive left-right partisan issue. We cannot allow those efforts to succeed.
   This Is What Hedge Funds Bought And Sold In The Second Quarter  2020/08/16 17:00:00 Zero Hedge
This Is What Hedge Funds Bought And Sold In The Second Quarter Tyler Durden Sun, 08/16/2020 - 13:00 In addition to the widely publicized changes in Berkshire Hathaway's portfolio, where as we previously reported Warren Buffett dumped a material amount of his bank holdings in addition to completely selling out of airlines, while making his first ever foray into precious metals with a new $ 563MM stake in Barrick Gold , there were other quite notable changes in hedge fund portfolios during Q2 as disclosed in the barrage of 13Fs filed on Friday. As Bloomberg recaps, the 13F filings show that even more hedge funds leaned in to the stay-at-home trade amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Of note, Home Depot was a top new buy for Balyasny Asset Management, while Pershing Square Capital Management and Adage Capital Partners boosted stakes in Lowe’s. Coatue Management boosted its stakes in Peloton and Zoom Video Communications. Netflix was one notable exception as Appaloosa, D1 Capital Partners and Viking Global Investors cut their stakes.
   Apple Seeks To Boost Lagging Subscription Sales With "Amazon Prime"-Style 'Bundles'  2020/08/13 13:45:00 Zero Hedge
Apple Seeks To Boost Lagging Subscription Sales With "Amazon Prime"-Style 'Bundles' Tyler Durden Thu, 08/13/2020 - 09:45 Apple shares are riding high right now, after reporting blockbuster Q2 earnings with revenue from device sales beating expectations, and the company announced a stock split that has helped push its market capitalization even further into record territory. However, as we noted at the time, there were a few blemishes on what was otherwise a sterling report, most prominent among them being a rare sequential decline in service revenue, which dipped to $13.156BN from $13.348BN last quarter. Although investors didn't seem to care when Apple announced the results last month, CEO Tim Cook has increasingly pushed growth in the company's services segment as the key driver of future growth. And although Apple didn't release forecasts for the year ahead. Clearly, Apple CEO Tim Cook is acutely aware of this, and the company is already planning a new initiative to try and maximize revenue from its subscription services at a time when most Americans are using these types of services more than they ever have before.
   Wall Street Journal will stick by Apple News: News Corp CEO  2020/08/12 16:05:49 New York Post
News Corp. will continue to allow tech giant Apple to disseminate its news articles through the Apple News platform because the arrangement is helping introduce new readers to The Wall Street Journal, CEO Robert Thomson said. Thomson said Apple News is connecting new readers to WSJ, ­including women and young people who might not otherwise…
   Quaden Bayles, bullied Queensland boy, progresses defamation case against News Corp columnist Miranda Devine  2020/08/24 07:51:45 Seven News
Quaden Bayles received worldwide support after being bullied at school. Now a judge has weighed in on what happened next.
   Opinion: Why the climate crisis isn’t the partisan issue you think it is  2020/08/19 10:43:00 The Independent
The climate emergency, like the Second World War, is beyond party politics. In the UK and elsewhere, through publishers like News Corp, there are attempts to frame the crisis as a destructive left-right partisan issue. We cannot allow those efforts to succeed.
   This Is What Hedge Funds Bought And Sold In The Second Quarter  2020/08/16 17:00:00 Zero Hedge
This Is What Hedge Funds Bought And Sold In The Second Quarter Tyler Durden Sun, 08/16/2020 - 13:00 In addition to the widely publicized changes in Berkshire Hathaway's portfolio, where as we previously reported Warren Buffett dumped a material amount of his bank holdings in addition to completely selling out of airlines, while making his first ever foray into precious metals with a new $ 563MM stake in Barrick Gold , there were other quite notable changes in hedge fund portfolios during Q2 as disclosed in the barrage of 13Fs filed on Friday. As Bloomberg recaps, the 13F filings show that even more hedge funds leaned in to the stay-at-home trade amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Of note, Home Depot was a top new buy for Balyasny Asset Management, while Pershing Square Capital Management and Adage Capital Partners boosted stakes in Lowe’s. Coatue Management boosted its stakes in Peloton and Zoom Video Communications. Netflix was one notable exception as Appaloosa, D1 Capital Partners and Viking Global Investors cut their stakes.
   Apple Seeks To Boost Lagging Subscription Sales With "Amazon Prime"-Style 'Bundles'  2020/08/13 13:45:00 Zero Hedge
Apple Seeks To Boost Lagging Subscription Sales With "Amazon Prime"-Style 'Bundles' Tyler Durden Thu, 08/13/2020 - 09:45 Apple shares are riding high right now, after reporting blockbuster Q2 earnings with revenue from device sales beating expectations, and the company announced a stock split that has helped push its market capitalization even further into record territory. However, as we noted at the time, there were a few blemishes on what was otherwise a sterling report, most prominent among them being a rare sequential decline in service revenue, which dipped to $13.156BN from $13.348BN last quarter. Although investors didn't seem to care when Apple announced the results last month, CEO Tim Cook has increasingly pushed growth in the company's services segment as the key driver of future growth. And although Apple didn't release forecasts for the year ahead. Clearly, Apple CEO Tim Cook is acutely aware of this, and the company is already planning a new initiative to try and maximize revenue from its subscription services at a time when most Americans are using these types of services more than they ever have before.
   Wall Street Journal will stick by Apple News: News Corp CEO  2020/08/12 16:05:49 New York Post
News Corp. will continue to allow tech giant Apple to disseminate its news articles through the Apple News platform because the arrangement is helping introduce new readers to The Wall Street Journal, CEO Robert Thomson said. Thomson said Apple News is connecting new readers to WSJ, ­including women and young people who might not otherwise…

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