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Ex-Tesla president sold stocks worth $247 million since June 10 - SEC filing
  + stars: | 2021-06-19 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +1 min
Slideshow ( 2 images )BERKELEY, Calif. (Reuters) - Long-time Tesla Inc executive and president Jerome Guillen, who left the company earlier in June, has sold an estimated $274 million worth of shares after exercising stock options since June 10, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The filing, which was submitted to the SEC on Tuesday, said that Guillen expected to sell 215,718 shares for $129 million that day, and that he offloaded another 145,289 stocks worth $89.6 million on June 14, and 90,111 stocks worth $55 million on June 10. Stock options give employees and executives the right to buy their company’s stock at a specified price for a certain period of time. When share prices rise above the exercise price, they can buy the stocks at discounted prices. It was not immediately known how much Guillen paid to exercise the options.
Persons: Jerome Guillen, Guillen, Daniel Ives, Tesla, Elon Musk Organizations: Tesla Inc, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, ” Wedbush Securities, Tesla Locations: BERKELEY, Calif
Ex-Tesla president sold stocks worth $247 million since June 10-SEC filing
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +2 min
The filing, which was submitted to the SEC on Tuesday, said that Guillen expected to sell 215,718 shares for $129 million that day, and that he offloaded another 145,289 stocks worth $89.6 million on June 14, and 90,111 stocks worth $55 million on June 10. Guillen, a former Mercedes engineer who was with Tesla since 2010, oversaw the company's entire vehicles business before being named president of the Tesla Heavy Trucking unit in March. Stock options give employees and executives the right to buy their company's stock at a specified price for a certain period of time. When share prices rise above the exercise price, they can buy the stocks at discounted prices. Reporting by Hyunjoo Jin, additional reporting by Jessica DiNapoli Editing by Sonya HepinstallOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Jerome Guillen, Rebecca Cook BERKELEY, Guillen, Daniel Ives, Tesla, Elon Musk, Hyunjoo Jin, Jessica DiNapoli, Sonya Hepinstall Organizations: Tesla, Service, North American, REUTERS, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, Wedbush Securities, Thomson Locations: Detroit , Michigan, Calif
The Maldives Lured Tourists Back. Now It Needs Nurses.
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Maahil Mohamed | Mike Ives | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
MALÉ, Maldives — The largest Covid-19 treatment facility in the Maldives has nearly 300 beds and a steady supply of oxygen. But as the country reported some of the world’s highest caseloads per capita last month, Covid wards ran low on another essential resource: employees. “At worst, we had one nurse to attend to 20 patients in the general wards,” said Mariya Saeed, the head of the Hulhumalé Medical Facility in Malé, the capital. Spain, for instance, launched an emergency plan last year to recruit medical students and retired doctors for Covid duty. And in India last month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked local officials to start recruiting final year medical students.
Persons: , Mariya Saeed, Narendra Modi Organizations: Locations: MALÉ, Maldives, Hulhumalé, Malé, Spain, India
An internet outage affects company websites in Australia and beyond.
  + stars: | 2021-06-17 | by ( Mike Ives | Yan Zhuang | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
The websites for several major corporations in Australia and beyond briefly stopped working for many users on Thursday, in what analysts said was a glitch caused by service disruptions at a hosting platform based in the United States. The disruptions on Thursday affected several Australian banks, the airline Virgin Australia and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, among other companies. There were also reports of service outages at the websites of companies in Germany, India and elsewhere. Just as those websites failed, the website Downdetector.com, which tracks internet disruptions, said that user reports showed a spike in “possible problems” at Akamai, a service provider based in Massachusetts. Downdetector.com said the reports began to spike around 12:10 a.m. Eastern time on Thursday, and began to taper off about an hour later.
Persons: Downdetector.com Organizations: Virgin Australia, Hong Kong Stock Exchange Locations: Australia, United States, Germany, India, Akamai, Massachusetts
The U.S. and Britain end their aircraft subsidy dispute, mirroring an E.U. The agreement mirrors one reached between the United States and European Union on Tuesday. Britain and the United States agreed to explore a coordinated approach to screen investments in the aircraft industry financed by China and other nonmarket economies. In March, the United States suspended retaliatory tariffs against Britain for four months to work out a longer-term solution to the aircraft dispute. This would support British producers in several industries, but especially Scotch whisky, which faced a 25 percent tariff in the United States.
Persons: Boris Johnson, Biden, Doug Mills, Loren Elliott, Downdetector.com, — Heath Parkes, , , Mike Ives, Read, Willis Towers Watson, Department’s, General Merrick Garland, , Richard Powers, didn’t, Aon, Biden’s, Lina Khan, Condé Nast Organizations: U.S, Charter . Credit, New York Times, European Union, Boeing, Airbus, Commercial Aircraft Corporation of, United, Atlantic Charter, Britain, Commonwealth Bank, Virgin Australia, Hong Kong Stock Exchange, ANZ, Commonwealth, Westpac —, Residents, Westpac, National Australia Bank, The New York Times, CNN, The Financial Times, Guardian, Australia, The, Justice, Big, Regulators, , Federal Trade Commission, Southwest Airlines, midafternoon, Ars Technica, Pitchfork, New Yorker Union Locations: Britain, Cornwall, England, United States, China, Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, British, Australia, Germany, India, Akamai, Massachusetts, Macquarie, Hupton, San Francisco, Aon, Europe, Ireland, London
Wedbush's Dan Ives on how the Fed's decision could impact tech stocks
  + stars: | 2021-06-17 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWedbush's Dan Ives on how the Fed's decision could impact tech stocksTech stocks moved lower Wednesday after the Fed brought forward its timeline for raising interest rates. While the Nasdaq recovered most of its losses by the end of the session, Big Tech stocks were in the red Thursday morning. Dan Ives, managing director at Wedbush Securities, joined "Squawk Box" on Thursday to discuss.
Persons: Dan Ives Organizations: Tech, Fed, Nasdaq, Big Tech, Wedbush Securities
Photos of protesters near the G7 summit in Cornwall have been used by social media users to baselessly claim satanic rituals took place in the area. “Satanic rituals going on here in Cornwall Carbis Bay where the G7 is being held,” wrote the Facebook user in the post’s caption (here). “Satanic rituals in Cornwall G7 … doesn’t surprise me,” said a user who shared a similar video on Twitter (here). However, it is not true to say the images show people carrying out satanic rituals; rather, they are pictures of protesters demanding climate action during the G7 summit. The photos show protesters demanding climate action at the latest G7 summit.
Persons: , Doug Francisco, Read Organizations: YouTube, Twitter, Reuters, Red Brigade, Red, Brigade, XR Locations: Cornwall, Cornwall Carbis Bay, Carbis Bay, Bristol, St, Ives
Companies have to address political and cultural issues now more than ever before, but that doesn’t mean they should tackle everything that appears in the headlines, marketing executives said. Newsletter Sign-up CMO Today CMO Today delivers the most important news of the day for media and marketing professionals. Another sponsor, Ralph Lauren Corp. , cut ties with Mr. Thomas. Carla Hassan, chief marketing officer at Citigroup Inc. Photo: Toys”R”Us/Associated PressEven though dropping Mr. Thomas would have sent a clear message to consumers, Citigroup decided to work with the athlete to use his platform to fight discrimination instead, said Carla Hassan, chief marketing officer at Citigroup. In an interview with the Golf Channel on the day of the tournament, Mr. Thomas apologized for using the slur.
Persons: Frank Cooper, Mr, Cooper, Richard Edelman, Edelman, , , Aline Santos, Ms, Santos, Justin Thomas, Ralph Lauren Corp, Thomas, Carla Hassan, ” Ms, Hassan, I’m, “ It’s, it’s, Lisa Sherman, Sherman, Michael J, Wolf, Katie Deighton, Ann, Marie Alcántara, Nat Ives Organizations: BlackRock Inc, Companies, Unilever PLC, Citigroup Inc, Citigroup, , Ad Council, Inc, People, nat.ives Locations: Covid, katie.deighton, ann
"This industry is a trillion-dollar industry," said Avinash Rugoobur, Arrival's president, of the surging electric-vehicle sector. "What we're looking at right now at Arrival is a cusp of a revolution of that industry," he said. We took a look around one of Arrival's microfactoriesArrival's research-and-development plant in the Oxfordshire countryside is certainly futuristic. Components that go into Arrival's vehicles have been designed to be built in a microfactory. "The company's microfactory structure is unique and a huge advantage versus its competitors with a strong management team running operations," he said.
Persons: It's, Elon, Denis Sverdlov, Uber, Tesla, Avinash Rugoobur, Rugoobur, Michael Cogley, Giuseppe Napo Montano, Arrival's, Napo, Rob Thompson, Thompson, haven't, Jeffrey Osborne, Cowen, Osborne, Mercedes, Dan Ives Organizations: Kia, Hyundai, Nasdaq, UPS, Automation, General Motors, Toyota, Mazda, Airbus, Ford Locations: Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Russian, Rugoobur, Fremont , California, Shanghai, Its, Europe, Alabama, Charlotte , North Carolina, Arrival's North Carolina, Banbury , England, United States
"G7 leaders have utterly failed to face up to the challenges facing the world," said Nick Dearden, director of campaign group Global Justice Now. This summit proves beyond all doubt that the G7 is not fit for purpose," Dearden said. In a note Monday, Paul Donovan, chief economist at UBS Global Wealth Management, referred to the G-7 as a "selfie summit." "The main focus of the G7 meeting (the photo opportunity) seemed to go well. Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists take part in the "Sound The Alarm" march during the G7 summit in Cornwall on June 11, 2021 in St Ives, Cornwall, England.
Persons: Charles Michel, Joe Biden, Yoshihide Suga, Boris Johnson, Mario Draghi, Leon Neal, Nick Dearden, Dearden, Paul Donovan, Donovan, Jeff J Mitchell Organizations: European, Japanese, Italian, Getty, Hong, Sino, U.S, of British Industry, Global, EU, European Commission, European Council, UBS Global Wealth Management, WHO, World Trade Organization Locations: U.S, British, Carbis, Carbis Bay, Cornwall, China, England, Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Australia, India, South Korea, United States, St Ives, South Africa, Switzerland, Norway, Brazil
Churchgoers in a seaside resort in England say they have been left “gobsmacked” when U.S. President Joe Biden and the first lady Jill Biden dropped in for a Sunday service. The Bidens are in Cornwall, southwest England, where the U.S. president is attending a Group of Seven wealthy democracies summit. On Sunday morning, ahead of the summit’s conclusion, they were seen attending mass at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in St. Ives. “It’s quite amazing, we went into the church and they took some details from us and I thought this is a bit unusual. I’m not sure I will ever get over this moment completely.”Gayle Wood, 63, said Biden appeared to make a “very generous donation” to the church before leaving.
Persons: Joe Biden, Jill Biden, St . Ives, , , Annie Fitzpatrick, Biden, I’m, ” Gayle Wood Organizations: Sacred Heart Catholic Church, NBC Locations: England, Cornwall, St .
G7 agrees 1 billion COVID vaccine donation - communique
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.64   time to read: +2 min
"The commitments since we last met in February 2021 including here in Carbis Bay provide for 1 billion doses over the next year," said the communique, seen by Reuters. "We will work together with the private sector, the G20 and other countries to increase this contribution over the months to come," the communique said. The G7 said in the draft that the vaccine donations built on exports from domestic production with at least 700 million doses exported or to be exported this year, of which at least 50% have gone to non G7 countries. The COVAX facility, backed by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), aims to secure 2 billion vaccine doses for lower-income countries by the end of 2021. "We reaffirm our support for all pillars of the ACT-A across treatments, tests and strengthening public health systems as well as vaccines," the communique said.
Persons: St, Toby Melville Organizations: REUTERS, Toby Melville Group of, Reuters, World Health Organization, WHO, Global Alliance, Vaccines, ACT, Thomson Locations: St Ives, Cornwall, Britain, Carbis, Japan, China
Bidens attend mass before final day of G7 summit
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 1.00   time to read: +1 min
U.S. President Joe Biden and U.S. first lady Jill Biden leave after attending church, before the last day of the G7 summit, in St Ives, Britain, June 13, 2021. REUTERS/Kevin LamarqueU.S. President Joe Biden and his wife Jill went to church on Sunday morning before the final day of the Group of Seven summit in England, with his huge convoy of cars winding around the narrow lanes of Cornwall. With police outriders leading the way, a convoy of 17 mostly large black vehicles with flashing lights made their way along the quiet, tiny lanes of the Cornish fishing village before arriving at the church. After leaving mass, Biden escorted his wife to her own vehicle before he returned to his, heading for the summit in the nearby village of Carbis Bay. The G7 summit is due to finish in the early afternoon on Sunday and the couple will then travel to Windsor Castle to have tea with Queen ElizabethOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Joe Biden, Jill Biden, Kevin Lamarque, Jill, Biden, Queen Elizabeth Our Organizations: U.S, REUTERS, Thomson Locations: St Ives, Britain, England, Cornwall, Carbis, Windsor
President Biden urged G7 leaders to collectively rebuke China over forced labor. Some G7 leaders with trade ties to Beijing expressed concern about calling out human-rights abuses. President Joe Biden this weekend worked to rally the Group of Seven to offer a collective rebuke to China over forced labor, human-rights abuses, and other "non-market" practices. The administration said Biden had urged other G7 members to speak out about China's "practices that are harmful and distorted to the global economy." Some senior UK officials, for example, have sought to keep human-rights abuses in China off the table, partly because the UK has worked to build up trade with China, Politico reported.
Persons: Biden, Joe Biden, Patrick Semansky, Saturday's, Mario Draghi, Emmanuel Macron Organizations: US, EU, Initiative, Italian, Politico, The New York Times, Washington Post, Reuters Locations: China, Beijing, Xinjiang, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, St . Ives, England, Carbis Bay, The, London
Biden Pushes G-7 to Criticize China Over Forced-Labor Allegations
  + stars: | 2021-06-12 | by ( Andrew Restuccia | Max Colchester | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.95   time to read: +1 min
ST. IVES, England—President Biden is pushing world leaders to call out China over allegations of forced labor in Xinjiang as the Group of Seven leading economies prepare to unveil a global infrastructure plan meant to compete with Beijing. Mr. Biden will join leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the U.K. for a session focused on China on the second day of the G-7 summit. The issue of how aggressively to address China has divided world leaders, with Mr. Biden urging democratic nations to jointly confront Beijing and French President Emmanuel Macron calling for a more cautious approach. A senior Biden administration official said the U.S. was pushing to name China in the communiqué. The Chinese government has called the allegations lies, saying it is combating terrorism and improving livelihoods in Xinjiang.
Persons: Biden, Emmanuel Macron, Organizations: IVES, Biden Locations: England, China, Xinjiang, Beijing, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, U.S, United States
Biden administration proposes offshore wind energy sale near NY, NJ
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.98   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/ Kevin Lamarque/FilesThe Biden administration on Friday said it was seeking a possible buyer for a wind lease in the shallow waters between Long Island and New Jersey as part of its ongoing efforts to address climate change in part through cleaner energy. In a statement, the U.S. Department of the Interior said the proposed sale for off shore wind development on the Outer Continental shelf in the New York Bight has "the potential to unlock over 7 gigawatts of offshore wind energy, powering more than 2.6 million homes and supporting thousands of new jobs." The move is the administration's latest push into cleaner energy technologies as it seeks to double offshore wind capacity by 2030 and decarbonize the power sector by 2035. It has the first commercial scale offshore wind farm, the 800-megawatt Vineyard Wind project, a joint venture between Avangrid Inc (AGR.N), a unit of Spain's Iberdrola (IBE.MC) off the coast of Massachusetts. It is also exploring wind energy potential in the Gulf of Mexico read more and California, and is reviewing projects in another area of New Jersey as well as Rhode Island.
Persons: Joe Biden, Kevin Lamarque, Biden, Deb Haaland Organizations: Pfizer, REUTERS, U.S . Department of, Avangrid Inc, Interior Department's, of Ocean Energy Management, Thomson Locations: St, Ives, Cornwall, Britain, Long, and New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Gulf, Mexico, California, New Jersey, Rhode
G7 eyes allocating $100 billion from IMF funds to COVID-ravaged nations: U.S.
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.64   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: A G7 logo is seen on an information sign near the Carbis Bay hotel resort, where an in-person G7 summit of global leaders is due to take place in June, St Ives, Cornwall, southwest Britain May 24, 2021. REUTERS/Toby MelvilleCARBIS BAY, England (Reuters) - The United States and other Group of Seven nations are considering reallocating $100 billion from the International Monetary Fund’s warchest to help countries struggling most to cope with the COVID-19 crisis, the White House said. The issue will be on the table when G7 leaders discuss how to help steer the world’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic at a three-day summit in Cornwall, in southwestern England, which begins on Friday. “The United States and our G7 partners are actively considering a global effort to multiply the impact of the proposed Special Drawing Rights (SDR) allocation to the countries most in need,” the U.S. president’s office said. World finance chiefs agreed in April to boost SDRs by $650 billion and extend a debt-servicing freeze to help developing countries deal with the pandemic, although only $34 billion was to be allocated to Africa.
Persons: St, Toby Melville, , Emmanuel Macron Organizations: REUTERS, International Monetary Locations: St Ives, Cornwall, Britain, BAY, England, United States, SDRs, Africa
G7 eyes allocating $100 billion from IMF funds to COVID-ravaged nations-US
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.52   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: A G7 logo is seen on an information sign near the Carbis Bay hotel resort, where an in-person G7 summit of global leaders is due to take place in June, St Ives, Cornwall, southwest Britain May 24, 2021. REUTERS/Toby MelvilleCARBIS BAY, England (Reuters) -The United States and other Group of Seven nations are considering reallocating $100 billion from the International Monetary Fund’s warchest to help countries struggling most to cope with the COVID-19 crisis, the White House said. “The United States and our G7 partners are actively considering a global effort to multiply the impact of the proposed Special Drawing Rights (SDR) allocation to the countries most in need,” the U.S. president’s office said. French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday called on the other G7 nations to find an agreement on reallocating $100 billion in SDRs to African states. World finance chiefs agreed in April to boost SDRs by $650 billion and extend a debt-servicing freeze to help developing countries deal with the pandemic, although only $34 billion was to be allocated to Africa.
Persons: St, Toby Melville, , , Emmanuel Macron Organizations: REUTERS, International Monetary Locations: St Ives, Cornwall, Britain, BAY, England, United States, SDRs, Africa
G7 eyes allocating $100 bln from IMF funds to COVID-ravaged nations-US
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.81   time to read: +1 min
A G7 logo is seen on an information sign near the Carbis Bay hotel resort, where an in-person G7 summit of global leaders is due to take place in June, St Ives, Cornwall, southwest Britain May 24, 2021. REUTERS/Toby MelvilleThe United States and other Group of Seven nations are considering reallocating $100 billion from the International Monetary Fund's warchest to help countries struggling most to cope with the COVID-19 crisis, the White House said. "The United States and our G7 partners are actively considering a global effort to multiply the impact of the proposed Special Drawing Rights (SDR) allocation to the countries most in need," the U.S. president's office said. "At potentially up to $100 billion in size, the proposed effort would further support health needs – including vaccinations – and help enable greener, more robust economic recoveries in vulnerable countries, and promote a more balanced, sustained, and inclusive global recovery." French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday called on the other G7 nations to find an agreement on reallocating $100 billion in SDRs to African states.
Persons: St, Toby Melville, Emmanuel Macron Organizations: REUTERS, International Monetary, Thomson Locations: St Ives, Cornwall, Britain, United States, England, SDRs, Africa
REUTERS/Toby MelvilleThe United States and other Group of Seven nations are considering reallocating $100 billion from the International Monetary Fund's warchest to help countries struggling to cope with the COVID-19 crisis, the White House said. SDRs are the IMF's reserve asset, and are exchangeable for dollars, euros, sterling, yen and Chinese yuan or renminbi. Member states can loan or donate their SDR reserves to other countries for their use. The global lender is continuing to study how best richer countries could donate or loan their reserves to benefit poorer nations. French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday called on the other G7 nations to find an agreement on reallocating $100 billion in SDRs to African states.
Persons: St, Toby Melville, Kristalina Georgieva, Emmanuel Macron Organizations: REUTERS, International Monetary, IMF, Wednesday, Thomson Locations: St Ives, Cornwall, Britain, United States, England, SDRs, Africa
Mr. Biden, on his first international trip as president, was set to meet with the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the U.K. in the first face-to-face gathering of the G-7 since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Leaders from other major democracies—South Korea, South Africa and Australia—will attend while Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate via video link because of the Covid-19 pandemic raging through his country. The summit will also be one of the first major diplomatic outings for Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and one of the last for German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The leaders can “appear as superheroes to save the world,” says Robert Yates, a project director at think tank Chatham House. The G-7, however, makes up a shrinking share of the world economy: When it emerged in 1975, its members made up 70% of the global economy.
Persons: Biden, Australia —, Narendra Modi, Yoshihide Suga, Angela Merkel, , Robert Yates, they’ve, Trump Organizations: IVES, Indian, Eden Locations: England, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, South Africa, Australia, China, Russia
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden and leaders of the G-7 group of nations will publicly endorse a global minimum corporate tax of at least 15% on Friday, one piece of a broader agreement to update international tax laws for a globalized, digital economy. For the Biden administration, the Global Minimum Tax plan represents a concrete step towards its goal of creating what it calls a "foreign policy for the middle class." But it is the GMT plan that has the greatest potential to impact corporate bottom lines and influence investor decisions. The G-7 tax agreement "will serve as a springboard to getting broader agreement at the G-20," said a senior administration official, who spoke to reporters on background in order to discuss ongoing talks. A joint statement issued Thursday by Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson offers a preview of what to expect from the global tax agreement between the G-7 partner nations.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Boris Johnson Organizations: Pfizer, WASHINGTON, Digital, British Virgin Islands, Monetary, British Locations: St, Ives, Cornwall, Britain, Ireland, British Virgin
From blimps to Pikachus, protesters gather to demand G7 action
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Michael Holden | ) www.reuters.com + 0.94   time to read: +2 min
From blimps of U.S. President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to activists dressed in Pikachu costumes, hundreds of protesters have targeted the G7 summit in southwest England to demand action on the climate, poverty and COVID-19. Their meeting has also provided an opportunity for campaign groups to highlight the issues they say the G7 must address. "That means they should stop hoarding and start sharing - sharing the money, doses and the tech to vaccinate the world; and deliver an historic green recovery deal." 1/20 Climate change activists dressed up as black birds protest in St. Ives, on the sidelines of G7 summit in Cornwall, Britain, June 11, 2021. "When talking about how local people feel about protesters, it's really important to remember that lots of protesters are local," Resist G7, an ad-hoc collection of about 20 activist organisations, said on Twitter.
Persons: Joe Biden, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Jamie Drummond, St . Ives, Dylan Martinez, it's Organizations: British, REUTERS, Dylan Martinez Read, Police, Twitter, Thomson Locations: England, Cornwall, United States, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, Canada, Carbis, St ., Britain
“In international relations, all politics is personal,” Biden said during a visit to South Korea in 2013. Just after touching down in the U.K. Wednesday, Biden told service members at a Royal Air Force station in Mildenhall that he’d visited “well over 100 countries” as a senator and vice president. Biden offered: “Possibilities.”“Personal relationships are the only vehicle by which you build trust,” Biden told Xi two years later when he returned for more meetings in Beijing. There’s a risk, though, of focusing on the personal at the expense of the substance. But Biden has often told the story of his last-known face-to-face meeting with Putin, telling him bluntly that he “has no soul.”“We understand each other,” Biden says Putin replied.
Persons: Joe Biden, Justin Trudeau, Angela Merkel, Biden, China’s Xi, Naomi, ” Biden, Donald Trump’s, warily, Jen Psaki, “ He's, , , he’d, Xi, Vladmir Putin, Vladimir Putin, Jake Sullivan, There’s, Putin, Ted Kaufman, Biden’s, ” Kaufman, MSNBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin, … He’s, Trump, “ He’s, Matthew Goodman Organizations: IVES, White, Foreign Relations, Wednesday, Royal Air Force, , U.S, Center for Strategic & International Studies Locations: England, Canadian, Berlin, China, Cornwall, South Korea, Europe, Mildenhall, Beijing, Delaware, United States, U.S
Digital Currency Asset Manager Hires Its First CMO
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Nat Ives | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
Grayscale Investments LLC, a digital currency asset manager, has named Deborah Bussière as its first chief marketing officer. Previously, Ms. Bussière was global chief marketing officer at Broadridge Financial Solutions Inc., a financial-technology provider of investing, governance and communications tools. She had earlier been a marketing consultant to startups including Grayscale and chief marketing officer for the Americas at Ernst & Young. PREVIEWMs. Bussière said she intended to help Grayscale educate investors about digital currency as it continues to quickly evolve. “Certainly if you go to talk to your Great Aunt Edna about her perception of digital currencies, that’s a whole different vantage point…Grayscale has a huge opportunity to own that narrative.”Other players in digital currencies are confronting the same issues.
Persons: Deborah Bussière, Bussière, , Michael Sonnenshein, Elon Musk, Musk, , ” Deborah Bussière, DEBORAH BUSSIERE, Ms, you’re, Edna, “ We’ve, ’ ”, Andrew Tam, Tam, ” Mati Greenspan, Nat Ives Organizations: Broadridge, Solutions Inc, Americas, Ernst & Young, El, Investments, Quantum Economics, nat.ives Locations: Miami, El Salvador, who’s
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