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19th September 2017

Dear Daughter of Almighty God

Sought

Psalm 34:4 (NIV)

4 I sought the Lord, and he answered me;
he delivered me from all my fears. 97 more words

Word Of God

WSJ: Some Equifax Customers Who Sought Safety Got Burned in the Data Breach

by Jeff Sovern Here. The customers in question had purchased Equifax s credit monitoring service. You know, the service it s now offering for free. Oh, and in addition to the CFPB investigation, the NY AG s investigation, and the class actions, the FTC is now investigating the security breach. 10 more words

WSJ: Some Equifax Customers Who Sought Safety Got Burned in the Data Breach

by Jeff Sovern Here. The customers in question had purchased Equifax s credit monitoring service. You know, the service it s now offering for free. Oh, and in addition to the CFPB investigation, the NY AG s investigation, and the class actions, the FTC is now investigating the security breach. 10 more words

WSJ: Some Equifax Customers Who Sought Safety Got Burned in the Data Breach

by Jeff Sovern Here. The customers in question had purchased Equifax s credit monitoring service. You know, the service it s now offering for free. Oh, and in addition to the CFPB investigation, the NY AG s investigation, and the class actions, the FTC is now investigating the security breach. 10 more words

Trivia #069 - Most Wanted

After crude oil, what is the most sought after commodity in the world?

  1. Diamonds
  2. Bottled Water
  3. Bread
  4. Coffee
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AstraZeneca sought to buy Japan's Daiichi Sankyo last year

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Britain’s AstraZeneca offered to buy peer Daiichi Sankyo last year, a business magazine reported on Thursday, sending the Japanese drugmaker’s share price soaring as much as 13 per cent and triggering a trade suspension. 326 more words

Money Matters

Samsung heir sentenced to five years prison on graft conviction

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Jay Y Lee, vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, was convicted of bribery and sentenced to five years in prison, a blow to the heir apparent of the world’s biggest maker of smartphones and memory chips. 271 more words

Money Matters