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What Is Twitter Saying About ‘Jurassic Dominion’?

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By Michael Tedder Did the modern ‘Jurassic Park’ trilogy really need to exist? In the original and still best “Jurassic Park” film from 1993, Jeff Goldblum’s character, Dr. Ian Malcolm, memorably states, “Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.” A similar question could be asked about the modern trilogy of “Jurassic Park” films that began with the 2015 film “Jurassic World.” It seems that the executives at Universal Studios, which is owned by Comcast (CMCSA) – Get Comcast Corporation Class A Common Stock Report, were so preoccupied… Read More “What Is Twitter Saying About ‘Jurassic Dominion’?”

Inflation, An Economic Winter Is Approaching

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Inflation Is Out Of Control, And It’s Not Getting FixedIt doesn’t matter if the May CPI data is hot or not, if it shows a peak or not, because high inflation is here to stay for a while and it may even accelerate in the back half of the year. The FOMC, the agency in charge of economic conditions ie inflation has been wrong about it from the get-go and is so far behind the curve it scares us to think about what may happen over the next few years. As it is, the FOMC is expected to hike rates by 50 basis points per meeting going into next year. That will put the base rate at the highest level in … Read More “Inflation, An Economic Winter Is Approaching”

The Arena Group Names Two New Senior Vice Presidents

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By TheStreet Media company taps veteran Chris Pirrone to head sports, promotes Matt Lombardi to oversee growth. The Arena Group (AREN) – Get The Arena Group Holdings Inc. Report said it has made two key management moves involving its sports businesses and growth strategies. The media company said it has named Chris Pirrone to a newly created position as senior vice president/general manager of sports at The Arena Group. Pirrone will oversee Sports Illustrated as well as the portfolio of sites in the Sports Illustrated media group, including Fan Nation. Pirrone, formerly general manager of the … Read More “The Arena Group Names Two New Senior Vice Presidents”

What Is Triple Witching? Explanation, Dates, Examples & Trends

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By TheStreet Staff What Is Triple Witching Day?Triple witching sounds like something from a horror movie, but it’s actually a financial term. Options and derivatives traders know this phenomenon well because it’s the day when three different types of contracts expire. It happens only once a quarter and can cause wild swings in volatility, as large institutional traders roll over futures contracts to free up cash. Doing so creates a ton of increased volume—sometimes 50% higher than average, especially in the last trading hour of the day—but individual investors needn’t feel spooked. In fact, so… Read More “What Is Triple Witching? Explanation, Dates, Examples & Trends”

New near-real-time tool reveals Earth’s land cover in more detail than ever before

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Mongabay

Google and the World Resources Institute (WRI) this week announced the launch of a new mapping tool touted as providing an unprecedented level of detail about how land is being used around the World. Called Dynamic World, it’s said to be the first global land cover data set available in near-real-time at high resolution. “It’s a new frontier in global, high-resolution, near-real-time environmental monitoring,” Rebecca Moore, director of Google Earth, said at an online press launch on June 6. Powered by Google Earth Engine’s cloud-based artificial intelligence, Dynamic World uses satellite imag… Read More “New near-real-time tool reveals Earth’s land cover in more detail than ever before”

These Are The Ten Biggest Identity Cryptocurrencies

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Rising cases of data breaches and privacy invasions have made internet users more careful about online security. As with many other industries, blockchain companies have come forward to address this issue by assisting users in making their online identity more secure. Blockchain companies have come up with a viable solution in the form of identity tokens. These tokens or cryptocurrencies facilitate identity verification. Let’s take a look at the ten biggest identity cryptocurrencies. Ten Biggest Identity CryptocurrenciesQ1 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more It is an open-source, blo… Read More “These Are The Ten Biggest Identity Cryptocurrencies”

Mobile courtroom aims to ‘bridge the gap’ in northern California

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Reuters

By Nathan Frandino (Reuters) – After 32 years in and out of prison for a variety of convictions, Kevin Fisk is trying to get his life on track. Since being released in 2020, he’s found, and lost work, and he’s lived in shelters and in tents on the streets of California. The one constant has been a weekly meeting with his probation officer. Those meetings have become easier this year, he says, with the new Placer County Probation Outreach Vehicle. Fisk calls it a one-stop shop for getting help. “Every Thursday since they got it up and running, it makes it easy for us,” Fisk told Reuters after a… Read More “Mobile courtroom aims to ‘bridge the gap’ in northern California”

The EPA is dunking giant ‘pool skimmers’ in Philly river to suck out trash — and figure how much plastic waste is in the water

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA — A black canister with yellow filter inside — resembling a cross between a trash can and big pool skimmer — was dunked in the Schuylkill River at Bartram’s Garden park in Philadelphia and emptied daily from May to June to see what it would catch. But the device, known as a Seabin, wasn’t looking for fish. It was looking for plastic. And it hauled in a bountiful load. The Seabin, created by an environmentally conscious Australian surfer, sucked 890 pounds of plastic trash from 15 million gallons of water over the 30-day period. Of 66,238 individual pieces collected, 90% were micro… Read More “The EPA is dunking giant ‘pool skimmers’ in Philly river to suck out trash — and figure how much plastic waste is in the water”

Deutsche Bank’s DWS and allegations of ‘greenwashing’

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FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Asoka Woehrmann, the chief executive of Deutsche Bank’s funds arm DWS, will hand over the reins on Thursday after resigning in the wake of allegations that the company, which manages 928 billion euros ($994 billion) in assets, misled investors about its “green” investments. DWS and Woehrmann have denied the allegations. Below is a timeline of developments in the saga drawn from DWS and Deutsche Bank corporate reports and public remarks, statements from prosecutors, and interviews. 2004 Deutsche Bank assumes full ownership of DWS. 2018 March – DWS shares debut after Deutsc… Read More “Deutsche Bank’s DWS and allegations of ‘greenwashing’”

Alex Winter Wants to Educate You on “The YouTube Effect”

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By Nadja Sayej We might knowAlex Winter as the ultimate dude, Bill, from the 1989 comedy Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, where he starred alongside Keanu Reeves. But in recent years, Winter has gone behind the camera as a filmmaker. Winter is a director, actor, writer and founder ofTrouper Productions, a production company he launched in 2006to release his own films. His recent projects include a Frank Zappa documentary called Zappa, which is an in-depth look at the avant-garde musician’s life, and Showbiz Kids, an HBO documentary that traces the bizarre lives of child actors. He last star… Read More “Alex Winter Wants to Educate You on “The YouTube Effect””