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An Amazon bull says the company’s stock is his ‘best idea’ for 2019. Here’s why
If you ask John Blackledge, a financial analyst at Cowen Equity Research, you can't find a better bet for next year than Amazon. The company has numerous opportunities ahead of it that could boost its revenue and swell its profits, including not just widely watched areas like its cloud-computing business, but also more obscure ones,…
El Mozote massacre: Waiting for justice nearly 40 years later
El Mozote, El Salvador - Juan Antonio Pereira knows who killed his wife and children. But nearly four decades later, the men responsible continue to walk free. On the day of the massacre - December 12, 1981 - Pereira, 43 at the time, was at home in the Salvadoran village of Los Toriles with his wife.…
Albums Of The Year: Sweetener And The Evolution Of Ariana Grande
There’s a line on Sweetener that sits on its very last song, “get well soon.” On an otherwise timeless, delicate ballad about the familiar concept of leaning on your friends and getting out of your own head, there’s a point where she forcefully commands: “Unfollow fear and just say, ‘You are blocked.’” I think about…
Alisson Makes Heroic Save to Send Liverpool to UCL Knockout Round over Napoli
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The 3 biggest takeaways from WPP’s ‘radical evolution’ turnaround plan
WPP is no longer an ad holding company; instead, it's a "creative transformation company." That's how CEO Mark Read positioned the ad network giant at the company's investor day Tuesday in London, while outlining a turnaround plan for the company seeking to revive growth. Among the key pillars of WPP's plan: Cutting about 3,500 jobs,…