Mixing Regulation

Keep businesses away from private banks

Through Seela Subba Rao Recently, former SBI Chairman Rajnish Kumar felt that in a country like India, allowing companies to own banks comes with great risk. He advocated for banks to be properly owned and professionally managed. Similar views were echoed by former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan as well as …

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Construction causes Christmas events to be postponed on peninsula – Press Telegram

Long beach Don’t blame Scrooge. Due to lingering concerns about the Delta variant and other circumstances, Santa’s events on the peninsula have been called off. According to an email sent by the Peninsula Neighborhood Association and signed by Santa on the Peninsula committee members Braden and Susan Phillips, holiday events …

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KRON4 security guard dies of injuries in Oakland shooting

OAKLAND – A security guard who was shot dead during an attempted robbery while accompanying a KRON-TV Channel 4 press team has died of his injuries, authorities said. The guard, Kevin Nishita, was a former police officer who was hired by security firm Star Protection Agency to protect a news …

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UK cyber company faces investors amid market turmoil, Telecom News, ET Telecom

London: UK cybersecurity firm Darktrace came under close scrutiny from investors on Wednesday due to dramatic swings in its stock prices since its IPO on the London stock market. Darktrace, based in the English university town of Cambridge, has held its annual general meeting amid growing unrest over the stock. …

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Regal Rexnord (RRX) eases movement control with Arrowhead buyout

Regal Rexnord Company RRX announced yesterday that it has acquired Arrowhead Systems in an all-cash transaction. The company announced the deal on November 2, along with its third quarter 2021 results. This is the first acquisition by Regal Rexnord since it began trading on the NYSE on October 5, 2021. …

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Warmer winters in the lakes: the late appearance of ice favors the wintering of consumers and shapes planktonic food webs in spring

Importance Freshwater ice is being lost at an accelerating rate with global warming. Yet the ecological implications of shortening ice-covered seasons remain largely unexplored due to a historical lack of freshwater research in winter. We provide an innovative experimental study that realistically reproduces the effects of warming on the timing …

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Asean News Headlines at 10 p.m. on Friday November 19

Malaysia: Covid-19: 6,355 new cases bring the total to 2,556,865 Covid-19 Watch: 81.8% of Malaysian adolescents fully vaccinated Thursday (November 18) Covid-19: Sign up for a single private PPV for a reminder, the public said Covid-19: A cluster of student hostels emerges in Tenom, Sabah MACC: another RM3.6mil linked to …

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November 15 updates: Dutch government scrambles to keep Shell in the Netherlands, Germany seeks tougher rules for unvaccinated residents, Biden signs $ 1.2 billion infrastructure bill

BBVA, the Spanish bank, has launched a € 2 billion bid for the 50.15% stake in Garanti, Turkey’s largest bank by market capitalization, which it does not yet own, using funds from its own sale recent US assets. The 25.7 billion TL (2.25 billion euros) acquisition price represents a 34% …

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How organic food lies to you

In response to the growth of the organic food industry, the government created Organic Land Management, a branch of the US Department of Agriculture, according to the New Yorker. This group, responsible for the certification of organic land, demands payment from farmers seeking to have their land declared organic. As …

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