I don’t love Clinton, but adding Warren would upset Wall Street and rally Sanders supporters back to the fold. And two accomplished, skilled attorneys, in live debates with the sales puff of Trump and co? Well that’s gotta be entertaining…
What was all that naysayer flack about solar not providing power when the sun goes down? See World’s first 24/7 solar plant powers 75,000 homes:SolarReserve’s Crescent Dunes Project in Tonopah, Nevada is quietly providing clean, green solar energy to 75,000 homes in the Silver State even when the sun isn’t shining.
Internal documents have confirmed that former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn (and other executives) knew that millions of diesel vehicles had been fitted with software designed to cheat pollution emission limits for at least a year before it was disclosed by the US EPA. (Now give back the bonuses you collected for the deceit and get out your cheque book for legal damages re the environmental harm and health problems your fraud compounded in the process).
German car-maker Volkswagen has responded to a slump in sales following e emissions-cheating scandal over its diesel engines by announcing plans to spend more than $11 billion and launch 30 all-electric models, including autonomous and ride-sharing vehicles.
Matthias Mueller, the CEO of Europe’s biggest carmaker said huge investments would be needed as the firm moves beyond the “dieselgate” scandal – an event that is widely considered to represent the beginning of the end of diesel engines, and quite possibly the internal combustion engine.
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In today’s “Morning Must Read,” Bloomberg’s Tom Keene highlights comments on the effect of the Brexit campaigns on the United Kingdom. He speaks with Former U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Norman Lamont on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” Here is a direct video link.
Lamont explained sober thinking in support of Brexit in greater detail in this earlier interview. Free markets and free and democratic societies are much more robust and progressive than rigged markets where top down policymakers and politicians try to manipulate outcomes in favour of some key corporate sponsors.
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“An explosive critique about the investment industry: provocative and well worth reading.” Financial Post
“Juggling Dynamite, #1 pick for best new books about money and markets.” Money Sense
“Park manages to not only explain finances well for the average person, she also manages to entertain and educate, while cutting through the clutter of information she knows every investor faces.” Toronto Sun