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More than a dozen companies have cut ties with the National Rifle Association (NRA) as a boycott campaign gathers pace in the aftermath of the school shooting in Florida earlier this month. The firms range from car rental companies such as Hertz to insurance firms like U.S. corporation MetLife.
You may have heard of the golden apples of Greek myth, but do you know of the Chinese Peaches of Immortality? These sacred fruits have become symbols that continue to hold significance at yearly celebrations even today. The Peaches of Immortality are a type of fruit found in Chinese mythology, ...

'Corporate' terrorist groups straddle the divide between terrorism and organised crime. Organisations such as Hizbullah and the IRA are known to have successfully engaged in a variety of criminal activities and legitimate enterprises to generate substantial income. Despite their professed ideological ...
The south-pointing chariot is a Chinese invention that functioned in a similar way to a compass. Instead of pointing north, however, this device could point south, or any other direction it was 'programmed' to point in the first place, for that matter. The compass, which is regarded as one of the Four Great ...
So, it makes sense that Deadpool and Logan get captured, but you would think that having Wolverine's adamantium skeleton would be a cause of celebration for the corporate terrorists. That is not the case. Instead, they are looking for the mutant who put the adamantium into Wade Wilson's body.

Six years ago Annie Parker was a “corporate terrorist”. Unfulfilled in her telco marketing role in London, and with no idea what to do next, she had a very short fuse at work. “I would be a bit of a terrorist in meetings. New ideas would be presented and I'd slam the door on them before properly hearing them ...
Forbes said PM Modi's "economic experiments" barely affected India's billionaires while none gained more than oil-and-gas tycoon Mukesh Ambani, who cemented his decade-long hold on the top slot by adding a staggering $15.3 billion (67 per cent) to his last year's wealth to become one of Asia's top five ...

Last week, after Donald Trump tweeted a deeply personal, classless attack against two cable-news personalities, it seemed that we had reached an embarrassing new low point in presidential behavior, a level of crassness that even Trump himself might be challenged to beat. That seemed particularly true ...
Aiding her is the cyber-enhanced Batou (Pilou Asbaek), who uses his strength and new cyber eyes to help track down the corporate terrorists at large. The film is set in an overpopulated world that is highly electronic, mechanical and connected to the web. Virtually no one is pure human anymore.
The Laughing Man is an anti-corporate terrorist and social media-savvy super-hacker who is able to mask his identity by both real-time manipulation of video feeds and cybernetic brains. His trademark logo – which, along with his moniker, was inspired by J.D. Salinger's “The Catcher in the Rye” – masks ...
The Laughing Man is an anti-corporate terrorist and social media-savvy super-hacker who is able to mask his identity by both real-time manipulation of video feeds and cybernetic brains. His trademark logo – which, along with his moniker, was inspired by J.D. Salinger's “The Catcher in the Rye” – masks ...
Suddenly Kiera gets swept back to 2012 along with key members of the anti-corporate terrorist group Liber8, a surprisingly likable bunch of violently temperamental super soldiers, amoral scientists, and con artists. Turns out this is part of Liber8's elaborate plan to change the future forever. Kiera teams up ...
“We don't do business with corporate terrorists and, therefore, we no longer have any interest in this property,” said Laurie Schalow, a KFC spokeswoman. She said KFC bought its chickens from the same “trusted brands” that consumers buy in local supermarkets. “KFC is committed to the well-being and ...
Elias said: “Those actively disengaged employees are corporate terrorists and they need to be disarmed.” His feeling is that this originates from a lack of trust. If you think of it — it was absence of trust between employees and management that caused the 2016 Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle, which cost ...


 

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