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By Michael E. Clark, Robert Hauberg, and Mark Schnapp, Baker Donelson Publicly traded companies that operate in highly regulated industries often face difficult decisions about what information (if any) to disclose to investors, as well as when and how to disclose it, according to Baker Donelson’s Michael Clark, Robert Hauberg and Mark Schnapp.
EconLog 12/13/2019 11:36
In The Wealth of Nations , deplores how restraining competition hinders workmen in their efforts to employ "the strength and dexterity" of their hands, that is: the very resources they could use to improve their lot. Steve Davies has in which he reminds us that restrictions to people’s freedom of movement were ubiquitous in history, they were by and large part of the welfare system of the day, and they aimed at regulating and controlling the life of the poorer. Indeed, such regulations never. made much difference to the wealthy and the elite, but they were massive restrictions on the liberty of the great majority, particularly the poor.
Business Insider 12/13/2019 11:34
A couple in Brisbane, Australia found a 10-foot python in an outdoor Christmas tree this week. They left the snake alone and eventually it slithered away. "It was actually quite nice to see it that close up," Leanne Chapman . A couple in Brisbane, Australia discovered some live garland decorating their outdoor Christmas tree on Thursday. Leanne Chapman told that when she and her partner returned from work, they noticed some birds acting bizarrely on their porch. "We came home from work and there's a couple of butcher birds that visit every day and they were just kicking off on the balcony, going crazy," Chapman said. Her partner went out to take video of the birds, and was leaning on a Christmas tree to do so, when he suddenly realized the 12/13/2019 11:33
Curtis Lewis’ second home is in the combine seat. With a career as a custom harvester, he was gearing up for the season this fall – until his life took a dramatic turn. On Oct. 3, Curtis, who lives in Lafayette County, Mo., was taking a load of corn to the elevator when a piercing headache hit. His wife, Angela, happened to call and she quickly realized he was slurring his words. “I asked, ‘What’s going on?’ He said, ‘I don’t know. I’m really confused. I can’t feel my right arm and right leg, and I can’t see out of my right eye,’” she recalls. His family rushed him to the hospital. Within minutes, the doctors confirmed the news was grim. Curtis was immediately taken back for brain surgery. Four hours later, the news got worse. It wasn’t an

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