Videotron, a subsidiary of Quebecor (QBR.B), announced yesterday that it had reached an agreement to acquire Télédistribution Amos (Cable Amos) and its network.
SRAX (SRAX.Q), a digital marketing company, released a survey of the opinions of 25,469 Americans regarding the political issues impacting voting decisions in the coming elections today.
Harvest Health and Recreation (HARV.C) and Last Prisoner Project team to rehab casualties of failed drug war
Harvest Health and Recreation (HARV.C) paired with the Last Prisoner Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to making sure every cannabis prisoner is freed, welcomed home and supported by their community.
Con artists make money through deception. They lie and cheat people into thinking they’re being let in on some great deal, or some easy money, when they’re the ones who’ll be making the money. If that doesn’t work, then they’ll poke at our insecurities, our loneliness, our need for validation. America’s favourite con is you can be successful if you just work harder.
Earlier this month, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador promised radical changes in the country’s approach to drugs if he was elected—namely, he was going to decriminalize them. He added the addendum that drugs wouldn’t be illegal, and arrests would be replaced by enforced treatment, like being forced into a detox program.
Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, proposed an overhaul of the global financial system in favour of a stablecoin like Facebook’s (FB.Q) Libra, today.
Remember in January when Gillette launched an advertising campaign scolding men for their toxic masculinity? As it turns out, walking into the landmine that is social identity politics wearing blinders isn’t good for the bottom line. Even if that’s not really what the ad was about.
The United States has had enough from bullshit robocalls that their government has actually gotten off their collective asses and called up their buddies in the major telecom companies to do something about it.