A court in Germany has ruled that the recent deportation to Tunisia of a failed asylum seeker - an Islamist suspected of being a bodyguard for the former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden - was unlawful and that, at taxpayer expense, he must be immediately returned to Germany.
In what may be the harbinger of a revolutionary overhaul to the online streaming sector, the Information reports that NBCUniversal is considering launching a streaming service that would pay people to watch it.
A renewed round of tariffs against China by president Trump dented bullish sentiment, but nothing appears able to stop the S&P which is just 14 points from making a new all time high, a goal it will likely achieve today.
It’s all too beautiful (the refrain from the band’s most famous song: Itchykoo Park)
There’s a lot to cover here, but we must first dispense with a couple of pieces of business.
In the midst of all of the hubbub around 45’s grandstanding insult of LBJ, y’all might’ve missed a significant milestone that presented itself midweek: The Apple Corporation of Cupertino, CA (or is it Mountain View? I get confused) became the first company every to achieve a market capitalization of $1 Trillion.