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Sam Altman’s Worldcoin (WLD) Explodes 185% As Wallet Users Break 1,000,000 Mark

The Daily Hodl 20 Feb 2024
Source ... The project has generated privacy concerns around the globe. Alameda Research, the former trading arm of bankrupt crypto exchange FTX, holds 25 million WLD worth $171 million, according to the blockchain analytics platform Spot On Chain ... &nbsp.
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WeWork: hyped start-up to investor darling to bankruptcy in just 13 years

The Irish Times 11 Nov 2023
The picture wires are awash with images of WeWork’s lower-cased logo emblazoned all over shiny new office blocks in cities across the globe. As of the end of June, the bankrupt company had 777 leases ...
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Guns for Hire: America’s Crisis State Goes Global

Dissident Voice 14 Oct 2023
outsourced, stretched too thin, and deployed to far-flung places to police the globe—is approaching a breaking point ... Essentially, in order to fund this burgeoning military empire that polices the globe, the U.S.
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How film production has changed over time

The Gonzales Inquirer 15 Mar 2023
Its $1.4 million cost (way over the initial $250,000 to $500,000 budget) almost bankrupted the studio. Still, the final result was worth it as "Snow White" swept across the globe, permanently raising the bar for the film and animation industries.
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FTX begins strategic review of all company assets

Bitcoin Warrior 23 Nov 2022
FTX Trading is set to review all of the bankrupt cryptocurrency ...
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Larry Ellison wants Oracle to build the future of global healthcare

TechRadar 22 Oct 2022
Speaking at Oracle Cloud World 2022 in Las Vegas, Ellison outlined a large number of thoughts and initiatives his company is kicking off in order to help people around the globe.
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Stephen Collins: This Government has two years to save itself

The Irish Times 15 Jul 2022
The transformation over the past decade from a bankrupt nation in need of a bailout to one of the most successful economies on the globe has been astonishing.
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Stephen Collins: Irish politics heading in same direction as self-destructive Britain

The Irish Times 15 Jul 2022
The transformation over the past decade from a bankrupt nation in need of a bailout to one of the most successful economies on the globe has been astonishing.
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Judge notes ‘error of language’ in Jay Bourke’s withdrawn insolvency plan

The Irish Times 16 May 2022
Mr Bourke, who operated popular bars and restaurants including The Globe and Rí Rá, Panti Bar and Eden Restaurant, was subsequently declared bankrupt by the High Court upon the application of Revenue, which was owed €558,000 ... The case was adjourned. .
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Judge takes seriously ‘error of language’ in Jay Bourke’s withdrawn insolvency arrangement

The Irish Times 16 May 2022
Mr Bourke, who operated popular bars and restaurants including The Globe and Rí Rá, Panti Bar and Eden Restaurant, was subsequently declared bankrupt by the High Court upon the application of the Revenue Commissioners, which was owed €558,000 ... .
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Golden Globes group at odds over plan to make the association a for-profit

The Los Angeles Times 25 Apr 2022
Earlier this month, Boehly, chairman of private equity firm Eldridge Industries, the parent company of longtime Globes producer Dick Clark Productions, (now known as MRC Live & Alternative) presented his plan during a general membership meeting.
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