Ms. Zhang says Facebook fails to tackle abuse and stated, “I’ve found multiple blatant attempts by foreign national governments to abuse our platform.”
“We’ve reached a new low in American politics where the President’s son gets his midlife crisis art career subsidized by the American people,” said Anderson.
“The IMF report is a sobering reading, pointing to one of the major defects of the global economy,” said Maria Pastukhova from the thinktank e3g.
“It would be the worst kind of exercise of U.S. power,” said Scott Morris from the Center for Global Development in D.C.
Ninety percent of OAN’s revenue comes from a contract with AT&T-owned television platforms raking in tens of millions of dollars, court records show.
“I went to court because I believe my family could be in danger,” Staffer Matt McDonald told the Bangor Daily News.
“This is the problem of growing global wealth inequality crystallized in one industry,” said Jim Baker, the executive director of the Private Equity Stakeholder Project.
Amazon claims it’s worthy of subsidies because it created over 400,000 jobs last year, but a study found that they attracted staff from other employers, thus leading to no net job gains.
“I didn’t sign the arbitration agreement,” Diaz explained. “These companies are using arbitration to effectively turn workers into slaves.”
Merck wants to “shape the narrative about who paid for the development of this drug in order to avoid demands from the public to make it available at reasonable prices,” a senior researcher said.