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Soon-Shiong made ‘implicit threat’ to spur investment in NantHealth, media company says

https://www.statnews.com/2017/04/03/soon-shiong-tronc-investment/

When Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong invested in the troubled media company Tronc, he was greeted as a white knight. But a lawyer for Tronc is now accusing Soon-Shiong of making an “implicit threat” that he would abandon the company unless Tronc invested in his own medical diagnostics startup, NantHealth. 294 more words

December 10, 2016 – December 16, 2016

Bloomberg News
“J&J’s $26 Billion Swiss Drugs Experiment”
Bloomberg.com
Primary Topic – takeover attempt

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Management Chickens

A couple of weeks ago while feeding the animals I overheard this chicken pronouncing from on high ……..

Right, listen up chickens. We’re re-structuring round here. 144 more words

Animals

Elmo's Hostile Takeover

http://knowyourmeme.com/photos/938780-bertstrips

Remember Sesame Street? Of course you do. The colorful puppets, songs, and memorable characters have educated and entertained millions of children. Many people learned to speak English by watching Sesame Street and there are some who otherwise wouldn’t have learned to read or count. 467 more words

Classysturgeon

Dystopian Warriors II Set is Out!

We finally got our next set of 2-D Minis on wargamevault.com !

Like the first in the series, this set is 8 characters in 2 skins, with the same assortment of bases, so they can be mixed and matched with Dystopian Warriors I.

Enjoy!

Hostile Takeover

Iran calls on Muslims to reconsider Saudi holy sites management -- Hostile takeover?

AFP

© KHAMENEI.IR/AFP/File | Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei issued an angry rebuke to regional rival Saudi Arabia, calling on the Muslim world to question its management of Islam’s holiest sites… 130 more words

The Killing of Dr Kem Ley

New Matilda, 25 July 2016: A funeral procession of more than a million people, organisers said, accompanied the coffin of slain activist Kem Ley through Phnom Penh on Sunday as his body made the journey from the pagoda where it had lain in state for two weeks back to his home town in the provinces. 189 more words

Environment