SINGAPORE: Despite the haze, activists turned out in full force at Hong Lim Park for Singapore's first climate rally on Saturday (Sep 21). The rally, which started at 3pm, saw more than 1,700 participants by 6pm, organisers said. Participants, most of them youths, were decked in red for the ...
In Burnaby North-seymour, At Ground Zero Of Trans Mountain, Pipeline Politics Are Personal | Huffpost Canada
BURNABY, B.C. -- "I call them the Trojan horse government."John Clarke is upset with Justin Trudeau's Liberal government. Livid might be a better description. "They snuck in, hidden, under false pretences. They got elected, and once they were in, then we found their true colours."I am standing at the end of a march protesting the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. I've joined about 40 concerned residents and nearby environmentalists taking part in what was advertised as a "tour" of Kinder Morgan's tank farm.
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Hi readers, This year's IPO class has been a case of the haves -- and the have-nots. This week, we saw the software companies Datadog and Ping Identity soar in their public-market debuts. Compare that with SmileDirectClub, the teeth-straightening company that was the first US IPO since the financial crisis to raise more than $1 billion and price above range but fall in its opening trade. That led some to believe the IPO had been mispriced by its lead bank, JPMorgan.
Iran's foreign minister on Saturday denounced renewed U.S. sanctions against its central bank as an attempt to deny ordinary Iranians access to food and medicine, and said the move was a sign of U.S. desperation.
The problem is most finance pros aren't learning the right lessons from those mistakes, according to Dr. Gio Valiante and Denise Schull, two performance coaches well-known in the $3.3 trillion hedge fund industry. At an event at the CFA Society in Manhattan Thursday night, Valiante and Schull, along with Lockheed Martin's managing director of global equities Svein Backer, touched on the importance of behavior and emotion, and their impact on a portfolio.
Iran will pursue any aggressor, even it carries out a limited attack, and seek to destroy it, the head of the elite Revolutionary Guards said on Saturday, after attacks on Saudi oil sites which Riyadh and U.S officials blamed on Tehran.
Pune-based foodtech player Rebel Foods has continued its fundraising activities with the latest Series D infusion from Goldman Sachs and... The post Rebel Foods Raises $25 Mn Series D Funding From Goldman Sachs, Others appeared first on Inc42 Media.
We bring to you the latest edition of Funding Galore: Indian Startup Funding Of The Week! In one of the... The post Funding Galore: Indian Startup Funding Of The Week [16-21 Sept] appeared first on Inc42 Media.
The UAE's logistics sector has been making great strides over the recent years, as the country retains its advanced ranking across global competitiveness indices thanks to the strong offerings of its free zones and massive infrastructure investments...