RIL to restructure Jio, look for investors

Mukesh Ambani’s RIL on Friday announced a restructuring of its digital and telecom business, including Jio, through a multi-step process as it readies to raise external capital from both financial and strategic investors. The move aims to make Jio debt-free by the end of this fiscal by moving its liabilities to the parent RIL. For … Read moreRIL to restructure Jio, look for investors

Tata Mutual Fund moves NCLT to recover DHFL dues

Tata Mutual Fund has moved the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) to recover dues worth over Rs 100 crore from Dewan Housing Finance Corporation (DHFL). With this, the Tata firm joins several of its peers in going to court against the crippled mortgage lender. Tata MF has sought redemption of over Rs 100-crore debentures, which … Read moreTata Mutual Fund moves NCLT to recover DHFL dues

Tata Sons to pump Rs 6,500 cr into Tata Motors

In one of the biggest fund infusions by Tata Sons into flagship Tata Motors this fiscal, the parent will pump Rs 6,495 crore into the automaker to strengthen its balance sheet. Tata Sons will route the funds by subscribing to equity shares worth Rs 3,025 crore and warrants worth Rs 3,470 crore of Tata Motors. … Read moreTata Sons to pump Rs 6,500 cr into Tata Motors

Proud Boys Persecution: Four Years for Fighting Back, by John Derbyshire

Outrage of the week was surely the sentences handed down by Dwyer gave them four years each for defending themselves against antifa thugs who’d been waiting in the street for them after a Gavin McInnes event in October last year. Here’s the laugh-out-loud paragraph, quote: “If they could have located them”? They were right there… … Read moreProud Boys Persecution: Four Years for Fighting Back, by John Derbyshire

Belonging, Not Belonging, Who Cares?, by Linh Dinh

In Saigon, I can easily go a week without seeing any white person, but today, I ran across two white Mormons on bicycles, with one having this paper sign on his backpack, “TIẾNG ANH MIỄN PHÍ” [“FREE ENGLISH LANGUAGE”]. I also passed a young white man pulling a suitcase down the street, his face showing… … Read moreBelonging, Not Belonging, Who Cares?, by Linh Dinh

Generation X Faces a Bleak, Impoverished Old Age, by Ted Rall

In 1991, demographers Neil Howe and William Strauss published their awkwardly titled tome “13th Gen,” about Generation X — the Americans born between 1961 and 1981. If Xers had paid attention, they would have committed suicide. “Child poverty, employment, wages, home ownership, arrest records — in every category, this generation, the 13th since the American… … Read moreGeneration X Faces a Bleak, Impoverished Old Age, by Ted Rall

Leave Franco Alone, by Eric Margolis

n 1936, as Spain’s brutal civil war was raging, Republican-leftist forces were besieging Toledo’s fortress, the Alcazar. They took hostage the 16-year old son Luis of the citadel’s commander, Col. Moscardo. `Surrender the Alcazar or we will shoot him,’ threatened the leftists. Moscardo replied, ‘put him on the phone.’ When his terrified son came on,… … Read moreLeave Franco Alone, by Eric Margolis

New Study Outlines Rail Car Maker CRRC’s Deep Ties to China’s Authoritarian Government

It’s hard to believe, but 2019 is heading to a close. In just about two months we’ll bust out the champagne, sing Auld Lang Syne and welcome in 2020. But there’s work left to do in Washington, like a handful of key bills that must be passed before the year ends — including the National Defense … Read moreNew Study Outlines Rail Car Maker CRRC’s Deep Ties to China’s Authoritarian Government

Insights from AAO Decisions (debt arrangements, currency swap, diverted capital, regional center activity, project progress)

So far in 2019, the Administrative Appeals Office has published 80 decisions on I-526 appeals and motions, and 16 decisions on I-924 appeals. As someone who prepares documents for USCIS review, I read the AAO decisions to keep up with current adjudication trends and unspoken policy. This post highlights a few EB-5 cases of particular … Read moreInsights from AAO Decisions (debt arrangements, currency swap, diverted capital, regional center activity, project progress)

U.S. Department of Labor Announces Record Year for Monetary Settlements and Compliance Assistance by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor announced that the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) had a record-setting Fiscal Year (FY) 2019. OFCCP is dedicated to its important mission of ensuring equal employment opportunity (EEO) and non-discrimination in employment for the approximately 25% of America’s workforce employed by federal contractors. OFCCP had … Read moreU.S. Department of Labor Announces Record Year for Monetary Settlements and Compliance Assistance by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs

U.S. Department of Commerce Issues Affirmative Preliminary Antidumping Duty Determination on Sodium Sulfate Anhydrous from Canada

U.S. Department of Commerce Issues Affirmative Preliminary Antidumping Duty Determination on Sodium Sulfate Anhydrous from Canada ASowah@doc.gov Fri, 10/25/2019 – 15:00 Trade enforcement FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, October 25, 2019 Office of Public Affairs (202) 482-4883 publicaffairs@doc.gov Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced an affirmative preliminary determination in the antidumping duty (AD) investigation of … Read moreU.S. Department of Commerce Issues Affirmative Preliminary Antidumping Duty Determination on Sodium Sulfate Anhydrous from Canada

‘There Are Noncoercive Solutions to Our Problems’ – CounterSpin interview with Alex Vitale on the role of policing

Janine Jackson interviewed Brooklyn College’s Alex Vitale about the role of policing for the October 27, 2017, episode of CounterSpin; a portion of that interview was reaired on the October 18, 2019, show. This is a lightly edited transcript of the rebroadcast. Play Stop pop out X MP3 Link Atatiana Jefferson Janine Jackson: Some people … Read more‘There Are Noncoercive Solutions to Our Problems’ – CounterSpin interview with Alex Vitale on the role of policing

U.S. Department of Commerce Announces Affirmative Preliminary Circumvention Ruling on Exports of Diamond Sawblades from China

U.S. Department of Commerce Announces Affirmative Preliminary Circumvention Ruling on Exports of Diamond Sawblades from China ASowah@doc.gov Fri, 10/25/2019 – 14:10 Trade enforcement FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, October 25, 2019 Office of Public Affairs (202) 482-4883 publicaffairs@doc.gov Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced an affirmative preliminary circumvention ruling involving diamond sawblades and parts thereof, … Read moreU.S. Department of Commerce Announces Affirmative Preliminary Circumvention Ruling on Exports of Diamond Sawblades from China

THE PARTY OF LYNCHING: Dems now pretend as if they weren’t responsible

Here I draw on the progressive historian Eric Foner’s point that lynching and racial terrorism were for many decades the military strategy of the Democratic Party, targeting both blacks and white Republicans. The post THE PARTY OF LYNCHING: Dems now pretend as if they weren’t responsible appeared first on Dinesh D’Souza. Please follow and like … Read moreTHE PARTY OF LYNCHING: Dems now pretend as if they weren’t responsible

Our relationship with trade is badly broken. Can we fix it?

In order to make international trade work, we have to make sure everyone has a seat at the table. Walk to Seattle’s waterfront on any day of the year and you can witness global trade at work. Trade is arguably the biggest reason why candidate Donald Trump outperformed all expectations in traditionally Democratic states like Michigan and … Read moreOur relationship with trade is badly broken. Can we fix it?

Axne Joins the Fight to Cure Rare Diseases

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Rep. Cindy Axne (IA-03) signed onto legislation that would improve treatment, research, and diagnosis of rare diseases. The Rare Diseases Advancement, Surveillance Research, and Education (RARE) Act expands the ability of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to improve their research, diagnosis, … Read moreAxne Joins the Fight to Cure Rare Diseases

Largest Canadian staffing firms generate C$5.5 billion in revenue; Allegis Group heads list

The 25 largest staffing firms in Canada generated C$5.5 billion in revenue during 2018 and accounted for 58% of the Canadian staffing market, according to a report released this month by Staffing Industry Analysts. All 25 of the largest Canadian firms, which each generated at least C$50 million in revenue, are included in the report. … Read moreLargest Canadian staffing firms generate C$5.5 billion in revenue; Allegis Group heads list

Does the guillotine await the Democrats, presstitutes and Deep State?

Does the guillotine await the Democrats, presstitutes and Deep State? James Howard Kunstler thinks so.  I’ll believe it when I see it. https://kunstler.com/clusterfuck-nation/the-sound-of-shoes-dropping-in-the-night/#more-  The post Does the guillotine await the Democrats, presstitutes and Deep State? appeared first on PaulCraigRoberts.org. Please follow and like us:

TriNet revenue up 11%, average worksite employees rise by 4% at PEO

Third-quarter revenue rose 11% at professional employer organization TriNet Group Inc. (NYSE: TNET). The Dublin, California-based company noted the average number of worksite employees increased 4% compared to the same period last year for a total of 331,000. TriNet reported average worksite employees rose because of reduced attrition; continued hiring by client companies, primarily in … Read moreTriNet revenue up 11%, average worksite employees rise by 4% at PEO

Modernizing BLS News Releases for the Next Generation

At BLS we are always trying to refine our products to serve our customers better. Over the years, we have updated several of our publications to be more web-friendly and include more interactive features. One major exception has been news releases. In the past few years we have conducted a great deal of outreach and … Read moreModernizing BLS News Releases for the Next Generation

Accountable Healthcare Staffing appoints CEO

Accountable Healthcare Staffing named Tak Kimiwada as CEO, overseeing operations at the Boca Raton, Florida-based company that ranks as the 25th-largest healthcare staffing firm in the US. Kimiwada has served as a general manager of the human capital business department at Accountable shareholder Mitsui & Co. Ltd. since 2014. Mitsui is an industrial conglomerate headquartered … Read moreAccountable Healthcare Staffing appoints CEO

People: PEO group, Conexus, Glassdoor, Bullhorn, TSR

The National Association of Professional Employer Organizations announced that Nick Kapiotis has joined as general counsel. Kapiotis’ previous positions include having served as corporate counsel for Paychex Business Solutions and as general counsel for CoAdvantage. Conexus Medstaff named Cathy Vollmer as VP of operations. Vollmer most recently was senior VP of Favorite Healthcare Staffing. Glassdoor … Read morePeople: PEO group, Conexus, Glassdoor, Bullhorn, TSR