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The blog has undergone some re-organization.  If you go to the top menu and hover over Cases/Victims, a drop-down menu appears.  You can use the center wheel of your mouse to scroll down the drop-down menu.  292 more words


Tillerson Updates @StateDept Employees on Reorganization, He's Got One Glaring Problem

Posted: 2:07 am ET
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On Wednesday, Secretary Tillerson sent out a message to State Department employees with an update on the progress of his redesign effort. 893 more words

Supervisor districts map may be approved tomorrow

Tomorrow (9/142017), Linn County’s Temporary Redistricting Commission may approve a districts map dividing the County into three equally populated County Supervisor districts. Last week, four members of the Commission – two Republicans and two Democrats – showed up and no map was selected out of the four presented (see attached pdf).   64 more words


Senate Appropriations Subcommittee Approves FY2018 State & Foreign Ops Appropriations Bill

Posted: 1:59 pm PT
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On September 6, the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs announced that it approved “a $51.35 billion appropriations bill to strengthen federal programs and operations that support national security and American values abroad.”   961 more words

Google parent Alphabet forms holding company, XXVI, to complete 2015 corporate reorganization

(Source: techcrunch.com)

The company formerly known as Google — before it rebranded its “collection of companies” to Alphabet, in 2015, turning the main ad revenue business into a corporate unit wholly-owned by the parent entity — looks to have finally completed this process of business reorganization by forming a new holding company, called XXVI Holdings Inc. 616 more words


Waymo & Other Bets to legally become Alphabet subsidiaries after creation of new ‘XXVI’ holding company

(Source: 9to5google.com)

Nearly two years after the reorganization was announced, Waymo, Verily, and the “Other Bets” are now legally Alphabet subsidiaries. Before this, the companies were all technically considered subsidiaries of Google. 226 more words