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Nestle faces pressure to hasten change after new Third Point letter – Business Insider

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Business Insider

Nestle faces pressure to hasten change after new Third Point letter
Business Insider
By Martinne Geller. LONDON (Reuters) – Nestle faces greater pressure to speed up change after activist investor Third Point stepped up its criticism of the world’s largest food company. The New York-based hedge fund sent a letter to Nestle’s board and …
Hedge fund billionaire Dan Loeb slams Nestle’s ‘muddled’ strategyCNNMoney
Loeb Presses Nestle to Fix Strategy, Sell L’Oreal StakeBloomberg
Nestle Responds to Third Point Pressure, Says ‘Delivering Results’TheStreet.com
CNBC –Fortune –Yahoo Finance –New York Post
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Stocks Start the Quarter With Losses as Trade Tensions Heat Up – Wall Street Journal

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Wall Street Journal

Stocks Start the Quarter With Losses as Trade Tensions Heat Up
Wall Street Journal
Global stocks started the quarter with declines as escalating trade rhetoric and downbeat manufacturing readings curbed markets participants’ appetite for risk. The Stoxx Europe 600 fell 0.9% midday Monday, led lower by declines in banks and …
World stocks fall, haunted by concerns over US-China tariffsWashington Post
Trade frictions disrupt global factory growthReuters
European stocks drive lower as Trump ratchets up EU tariff threatsMarketWatch
Zacks.com –CNNMoney –Bloomberg –The Guardian
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Quartz to Be Bought by Japan’s Uzabase for as Much as $110 Million – Wall Street Journal

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Wall Street Journal

Quartz to Be Bought by Japan’s Uzabase for as Much as $110 Million
Wall Street Journal
Quartz, the online business-news startup founded by Atlantic Media nearly six years ago, is getting a new parent: Uzabase Inc. 3966 -3.51%. The Japanese financial intelligence and media firm, a relative unknown in the U.S., will pay between $75 million
Japanese company snaps up Quartz from Atlantic MediaCNNMoney
Quartz is being sold to Uzabase, a Japanese business media companyQuartz
Japan’s Uzabase buys US biz news site Quartz in overseas pushReuters
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Chinese company claims its ‘laser AK-47’ can set you on fire from half a mile away – TechCrunch

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Chinese company claims its ‘laser AK-47’ can set you on fire from half a mile away
TechCrunch
Lasers! Everybody loves them, everybody wants them. But outside a few niche applications they have failed to live up to the destructive potential that Saturday morning cartoons taught us all to expect. In defiance of this failure, a company in China

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Chinese company claims its ‘laser AK-47’ can set you on fire from half a mile away – TechCrunch

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TechCrunch

Chinese company claims its ‘laser AK-47’ can set you on fire from half a mile away
TechCrunch
Lasers! Everybody loves them, everybody wants them. But outside a few niche applications they have failed to live up to the destructive potential that Saturday morning cartoons taught us all to expect. In defiance of this failure, a company in China
Chinese “laser rifle” makes science fiction frighteningly realSlashGear
A Chinese company is making a “laser AK-47” blaster rifleFast Company

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‘A way of monetizing poor people’: How private equity firms make money offering loans to cash-strapped Americans – Washington Post

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Washington Post

‘A way of monetizing poor people’: How private equity firms make money offering loans to cash-strapped Americans
Washington Post
The check arrived out of the blue, issued in his name for $1,200, a mailing from a consumer finance company. Stephen Huggins eyed it carefully. A loan, it said. Smaller type said the interest rate would be 33 percent. Way too high, Huggins thought. He

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‘A way of monetizing poor people’: How private equity firms make money offering loans to cash-strapped Americans – Washington Post

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Washington Post

‘A way of monetizing poor people’: How private equity firms make money offering loans to cash-strapped Americans
Washington Post
The check arrived out of the blue, issued in his name for $1,200, a mailing from a consumer finance company. Stephen Huggins eyed it carefully. A loan, it said. Smaller type said the interest rate would be 33 percent. Way too high, Huggins thought. He

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Daniel Loeb Turns Up the Heat on Nestlé – Wall Street Journal

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Wall Street Journal

Daniel Loeb Turns Up the Heat on Nestlé
Wall Street Journal
ZURICH—U.S. activist investor Daniel Loeb on Sunday ratcheted up pressure on Nestlé SA NSRGY 1.22% management to raise its financial returns and sell its stake in L’Oréal SA, criticizing Nestlé for what Mr. Loeb sees as a lackluster effort to revamp
Activist Investor Daniel Loeb Intensifies Pressure on Nestlé to ReorganizeNew York Times
Activist Loeb demands more urgency at ‘complacent’ NestléFinancial Times

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