Lawyer (M&A, Anti-trust, Disputes and Restructuring)
Toyota just announced its belated introduction of their own subscription service from 2019 while GM is withdrawing from it. Interesting moves. The good thing about the subscription service model is you can do “scrap-and-build” easily compared to the conventional “sellout-only” model. I suspect GM could possibly come up with the better working service later.
It is an intrinsic defect of indirect democracy. It seems that the disparity and the two-party system has intensified such defect. No easy solution here.
If this is true, it is an astonishing number. “Forty percent of student loan borrowers are expected to default by 2023, according to the Brookings Institution.”
Congrats, UB! Very excited to see the new form of quality journalism!
The issue posed here is the legitimacy of the core genesis of internet targeting ads.
Sentiment for the unification is very difficult to understand by outsiders. Imagine the US was forced to split between Louisiana and Texas. Having said, this is a bad move in my opinion.
Another aspect of decreasing population.
This witness paid by Uber for his travel?
Let’s see how Kochs’ influence plays out.
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