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REUTERS/Terray Sylvester/File PhotoNatural Law Energy’s (NLE) planned investment was billed by TC as the biggest-ever indigenous investment in an oil project, highlighting how some communities are seeking to share in the industry’s profits while others oppose it. NLE is talking with Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Corp, a provincial corporation, about guaranteeing some of the loans, he said. Francis said while there is risk Biden will quash KXL, he is optimistic his position will soften. Under the deal, TC would give NLE a stake and pay it a prescribed annual return in exchange for NLE raising funds and investing them in KXL, Mountain said. Mountain and TC declined to estimate the payments’ value and TC did not confirm NLE’s account of the deal’s structure, saying it was confidential.
Persons: Corp's, Terray Sylvester, Joe Biden, Alvin Francis of Nekaneet, , ” Francis, Joe Biden I’d, , Louis Bull, Brian Mountain, NLE, Spokespeople, Biden, Ken Coates, Francis, KXL, TC, Nekaneet, Terry Cunha, Steve Volker Organizations: TC Energy, Keystone XL, Keystone, REUTERS, TC, U.S, ” TC, Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Corp, Energy Inc, First Nations, University of Saskatchewan, Nations, Environmental Network Locations: WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Gascoyne , North Dakota, Canada, NLE, Akamihk, Little, Alberta, KXL, United States
Breakingviews - Blackstone suited to be Crown buyer of last resort
  + stars: | 2020-11-23 | by ( Katrina Hamlin | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
Crown Resorts Ltd's flagship tower nears completion at Barangaroo, Sydney, Australia, April 17, 2020. REUTERS/Stephen CoatesHONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) - The Crown Resorts saga could end with a deal after all. As the company and billionaire James Packer consider their options, private equity firm Blackstone looks well-suited to be a buyer. That intensifies the pressure on $4.6 billion Crown. There will undoubtedly be other possibilities for Crown and Packer, but a Blackstone future may be in the cards.
Persons: Stephen Coates, James Packer, Blackstone, Packer, Sam, Xi Organizations: Resorts, REUTERS, Reuters, Regulators, Local, Wynn Resorts, Melco Resorts & Entertainment, Bellagio, MGM Resorts International, Hilton Worldwide, Sam Zell’s Equity, Crown Locations: Barangaroo, Sydney, Australia, Stephen Coates HONG KONG, China, Las Vegas
“Between the World & Me,” is something altogether different, both old and new, a combination of film and theater that could only work on TV. Coates may not have known these specific events would happen, but the world continues to live down to his expectations. “Between the World and Me” has tapped into something that falls in between the two genres, a work all its own, a pandemic-influenced theatrical TV performance that is neither movie nor limited series nor show. It is, as HBO terms it, a special, in every sense of the word. Special enough that HBO is working to make sure it reaches as wide an audience as possible, available to stream on HBO’s website.
Persons: “ Hamilton, Diana ”, Spike Lee, , Nehisi Coates, . Coates, Kamilah Forbes, Coates, Ferguson, Forbes, Malcom X, Chadwick Boseman, Howard, Mahershala Ali, Phylicia Rashad, Rashad, who’s, Amy Cooper, Breonna Taylor’s, Trump, what’s, Organizations: Disney, Netflix, HBO, Broadway, . Coates ’ New York Times, Apollo, Apollo Theater, Howard University Locations: . Coates ’, Minneapolis, Baltimore
Calls for racial equity, diversity, and inclusion can be heard from protesters and corporate executives alike. As a reporter who focuses on diversity and inclusion, I have a lot of conversations about topics of race and identity. If you have a story on diversity and inclusion you'd like to share with Business Insider, please email Marguerite Ward at "A heteronormative society operates on the assumption that heterosexuality and specific gender features are the human 'default,'" according to The Queer Dictionary. IntersectionalityCatalyst defines "intersectionality" as "the intertwining of social identities such as gender, race, ethnicity, social class, religion, sexual orientation, and/or gender identity, which can result in unique experiences, opportunities, and barriers."
Persons: They've, George Floyd's, it's, Marguerite Ward, Allyship Merriam, Webster, Kendi, Michael A, McCoy, Sarah McBride, Trump, Bustle's Mia Mercado, Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, Erik McGregor, Misgendering, Sara D, Davis, Jim Crow, Ta, Nehisi Coates, Robin DiAngelo, White, Kellogg Foundation's Organizations: Business, Rochester Racial, Washington, Getty, Human Rights, Trans, University of California, Purdue University, Oxford, Equity, Global, Catalyst, Aragon, Aragon High School, Autism Awareness, Human, University of California San Francisco's, Diversity, Outreach Locations: America, mward, Los Angeles, American, Merriam, San Mateo , California, Cambridge
(CNN) Haunting and poetic, "Between the World and Me" translates Ta-Nehisi Coates' book and the subsequent stage presentation into an HBO special that loses none of its power, a feat made all the more remarkable by its production amid the coronavirus outbreak. Weaving in news footage with stars reading Coates' words, this version of the writer's reflections to his 15-year-old son will likely be played and replayed for years to come. Directed by Kamilah Forbes -- who brought Coates' book to the Apollo Theater -- the special incorporates news footage old and new, from Muhammad Ali speaking to dash-cam video of police abusing African-American drivers. Coates speaks of the "cosmic injustice" of the Black experience, and tells his child, "You do not have the privilege of living in ignorance" -- a warning that possess additional clout with Oprah presenting it. Oprah Winfrey in the HBO special 'Between the World and Me.'
Persons: Nehisi Coates, Coates, Kamilah Forbes, Muhammad Ali, Chadwick, Breonna, Mahershala Ali, Angela Bassett, Joe Morton, Wendell Pierce, Yara Shahidi, Courtney B, Vance, Susan Kelechi Watson, Oprah Winfrey, Howard, Read Organizations: CNN, HBO, Apollo, Howard University, Oprah
Why is the safe harbor deadline significant? CNN's Laura Coates explains
  + stars: | 2020-11-09 | by ( ) sentiment -0.98   time to read: 1 min
CNN senior legal analyst Laura Coates explains why the safe harbor deadline , December 8, 2020, will be key in this presidential election. Six days before the Electoral College meets, also known as a "safe harbor" date, all court challenges should be resolved. If states certify their results by then, their validity must be accepted by Congress.
Persons: Laura Coates Organizations: CNN, Electoral College, Congress
will continue to air episodes hosted by Alex Trebek, who died of pancreatic cancer Sunday. Trebek told TMZ in 2018 that he would like LA Kings announcer Alex Faust or CNN legal analyst Laura Coates to replace him. Coates tweeted a statement about Trebek's passing Sunday. I'm profoundly saddened by the passing of Alex Trebek. — Laura Coates (@thelauracoates) November 8, 2020Another frequently rumored replacement is Ken Jennings, the winningest and perhaps the most famous Jeopardy contestant of all time.
Persons: Alex Trebek, Trebek's, Mike Richards, Trebek, Alex Faust, Laura Coates, Coates, I'm, — Laura Coates, Ken Jennings, Jennings, Read Organizations: CNN, TMZ, LA Locations: York
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