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Trump Makes Sense on Energy – Wall Street Journal

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Wall Street Journal

Trump Makes Sense on Energy
Wall Street Journal
Political markets are weird: They cry out for something and yet politicians, with their enslavement to conventional wisdom and careerist caution, are unwilling to supply it. Then along comes Donald Trump. Mr. Trump, in his set-piece energy speech on …
Does Donald Trump’s plan to drill more oil make sense?CNNMoney
Trump is wrong on the Paris climate agreement. I know because I negotiated it.Washington Post
Trump: Obama’s Unnecessary Oil, Gas, Coal Regulations Will GoOil and Gas Investor (registration)
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MGM Resorts Buys Borgata Stake From Boyd Gaming for $900 Million – Bloomberg

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CBS News

MGM Resorts Buys Borgata Stake From Boyd Gaming for $900 Million
Bloomberg
MGM Resorts International agreed to buy Boyd Gaming Corp.’s 50 percent stake in Atlantic City’s Borgata hotel and casino for $900 million. As part of the deal, MGM Resorts will sell the entire property to MGM Growth Properties LLC, a real estate
Boyd Gaming To Sell Its 50% Interest In BorgataPR Newswire (press release)
MGM Resorts (MGM), MGM Growth Properties (MGP) Enter Agreement to Acquire Boyd’s Borgata StakeStreetInsider.com
Boyd Gaming Sells Its 50 Percent Stake in Borgata to MGMABC News
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Not so dry after all: Moon’s water came mostly from asteroids, not comets, study says – Los Angeles Times

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Los Angeles Times

Not so dry after all: Moon’s water came mostly from asteroids, not comets, study says
Los Angeles Times
Icy comets may have a reputation for being the inner solar system’s ancient water delivery system, but a new study finds that most of the water in our nearest neighbor, the moon, was actually delivered by asteroids around 4.5 billion to 4.3 billion
Asteroids ‘dumped water into molten Moon’BBC News
A new, water-logged history of the MoonPhys.Org
Did asteroids deposit water deep into the moon’s interior?Christian Science Monitor
The Verge –Popular Science –Baxter Bulletin –Raw Story
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Sirin Labs’ Solarin is today’s most ridiculous $16000 Android phone – The Verge

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The Verge

Sirin Labs’ Solarin is today’s most ridiculous $16000 Android phone
The Verge
How much do you value your privacy? Sirin Labs is a new company making its debut in London today that stakes its future on very wealthy people believing their privacy and security to be priceless. Its launch product is the Solarin, a 5.5-inch Android …
A closer look at that $14000 Android phoneEngadget
Sirin Labs shows off $14K, super private Solarin smartphone, on sale June 1TechCrunch
‘Super-Secure’ Solarin Smartphone Costs $17K But Uses 18-Month-Old Processor Known To OverheatInternational Business Times
Phone Arena –VentureBeat –Ubergizmo –Pocket-lint.com
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Great Plains Energy to Acquire Westar Energy in Deal Worth $12.2 Billion – POWER magazine

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POWER magazine

Great Plains Energy to Acquire Westar Energy in Deal Worth $12.2 Billion
POWER magazine
Kansas City–based Great Plains Energy has agreed to purchase Westar Energy—Kansas’ largest electric utility—in a combined cash and stock transaction with an enterprise value of about $12.2 billion. The deal was announced on May 31. When complete …
Goldman’s $8 Billion Debt AssistBloomberg
Great Plains, Westar CEOs: Expect scale, efficiency after mergerKansas City Business Journal
Regulated power company Great Plains to buy Westar for 5.87 billion poundsYahoo News
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Periscope takes on abusive comments. Will it work? – USA TODAY

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USA TODAY

Periscope takes on abusive comments. Will it work?
USA TODAY
SAN FRANCISCO — Periscope is rolling out a tool to clamp down on abusive or spam comments during live-streamed video on the app. But will it work? With the new tool, people watching the broadcast can report comments they believe are inappropriate, …
Twitter Introduces Comment Moderation Tools in Periscope BroadcastsPR Newswire (press release)
Periscope will ask ‘flash juries’ of viewers to vote on whether comments are abusiveThe Verge
Twitter’s Periscope Has A New Way To Deal With Trolls: Trial By JuryFast Company
PC Magazine –Tubefilter –Wall Street Journal –Engadget
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