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Source: Common Domain

How I Learned to Embrace Conflict at My Company

Friday 06:07 GMT

Racing to conflict and dealing with it head on, instead of running away from it, can transform conflict into a powerful tool for growth and alignment.

Rather than viewing conflict as a negative, we’ve learned to acknowledge tension and embrace uncomfortable moments as opportunities for growth. We facilitate learning sessions to teach our leadership team tactics for dealing with conflict, finding positive solutions, and sharing those methods with their teams, so racing to conflict has become a mind-set and behavior that everyone at our company embodies.

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Source: New York Times

Stocks Drop as Attacks in Spain Push Investors to Safe Havens

Saturday 13:35 GMT

Stocks in the United States opened lower on Friday, following declines in Europe and Asia after terrorist attacks in Spain added to the issues concerning investors, spurring them to park their money in traditional safe havens.

Which measures volatility in the stock market and is known as Wall Street’s “fear gauge” — has jumped higher in recent weeks.

31 Articles
Source: New York Times

Stocks Drop as Attacks in Spain Push Investors to Safe Havens

Saturday 13:35 GMT

Stocks in the United States opened lower on Friday, following declines in Europe and Asia after terrorist attacks in Spain added to the issues concerning investors, spurring them to park their money in traditional safe havens.

Which measures volatility in the stock market and is known as Wall Street’s “fear gauge” — has jumped higher in recent weeks.

31 Articles
Source: New York Times

Stocks Drop as Attacks in Spain Push Investors to Safe Havens

Saturday 13:35 GMT

Stocks in the United States opened lower on Friday, following declines in Europe and Asia after terrorist attacks in Spain added to the issues concerning investors, spurring them to park their money in traditional safe havens.

Which measures volatility in the stock market and is known as Wall Street’s “fear gauge” — has jumped higher in recent weeks.

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Source: The Guradian

Trump's endless Mar-a-Lago travel is breaking the bank. Here's a solution for him

Wednesday 19:08 GMT

Back in March, Donald Trump released a budget blueprint that proposed to eliminate some 62 federal agencies and programs – and cripple more of them – by slashing their budgets to far below their actual operating costs.

The number of people under Secret Service protection increased from 31 under Obama to 42 under Trump, and his grown children often crisscross the world opening new Trump hotels and vacationing in luxurious and expensive places.

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Source: Washington Post

Trump signs resolution to improve safety at Metro

Wednesday 22:47 GMT

President Trump signed a resolution Tuesday giving final approval to the long-awaited Metro Safety Commission, the last legislative step in the years-long effort to establish an oversight organization tasked with making Metro safer.

Once everyone is in place, the safety organization will have to go through a formal handoff process with the FTA, which will require documentation and vetting and in-person assessments.

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Source: Fox News

Charlottesville covers Confederate statues with black shrouds

Today 08:06 GMT

Shrouded statues of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee and Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson in black on Wednesday as the city grappled with an outbreak of deadly violence at a white nationalist rally earlier this month.

He insisted he was defending himself, saying he did it "because my only other option was knocking out his teeth."

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Source: Fox News

Charlottesville covers Confederate statues with black shrouds

Today 08:06 GMT

Shrouded statues of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee and Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson in black on Wednesday as the city grappled with an outbreak of deadly violence at a white nationalist rally earlier this month.

He insisted he was defending himself, saying he did it "because my only other option was knocking out his teeth."

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Source: New York Times

Why Afghanistan’s War Defies Solutions

Today 08:06 GMT

After 16 years, they feared they had produced “a recipe for endless war,” according to an American ambassador who met with them. But the generals, the ambassador said, “felt there was no alternative, no realistic alternative” than to continue fighting a doomed mission.

Scholars increasingly believe that when a state has failed as utterly as Afghanistan’s, improving either one can end up setting back the other.

2 Articles
Source: New York Times

The Plaza Is for Sale, but a Part-Owner Has Other Ideas

Today 08:06 GMT

Subrata Roy, the embattled chairman of the India-based Sahara Group and the principal owner of the Plaza, who has repeatedly put the hotel up for sale without ever making a deal, is looking for a buyer once again.

The Plaza Hotel, with its marble lobby facing Fifth Avenue, crystal chandeliers, famed Palm Court and $35,000-a-night royal suite, has been a star of stage and screen in Manhattan for many decades.

169 Articles
Source: CBS News

Trump goes after the Senate, Jeff Flake and media on Twitter

Today 08:07 GMT

President Trump on Wednesday posted a series of tweets blasting the GOP-controlled Senate and one senator in particular, and he claimed that the media didn't cover his Charlottesville comments fairly, though he didn't explain what he thought was unfair.

Mr. Trump posted the tweets the morning after his "Make America Great Again" campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona in which he claimed he doesn't engage in "Twitter storms."


“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets...” ― Napoléon Bonaparte