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Kanye West Will Submit Official Demands to Labels ‘Really Soon’

Kanye West has been flooding Twitter for the last week with a sprawling rant against record companies and modern music deals, demanding that artists are given control over their own masters — and peppering photos of his home furniture and quotes from the Bible into the tweetstorm as well. Some may have struggled to recognize his core intentions due to this stream-of-consciousness style of communication, but West’s music manager Abou “Bu” Thiam is eager to provide clarity.

The timing of that moment was not as random as it may have appeared, according to Thiam, who quietly started working with West two years ago.

“To be frank, we’ve been negotiating with Universal for a year and a half,” Thiam tells Rolling Stone in his first interview as West’s manager. “We’ve been deep in the trenches with them having these discussions.”

Why now? West has been a superstar in the music industry

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US Outdoor Recreation Products Market Insights, Trends, Global Demands and Business Analysis 2020 to 2022

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Sep 23, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
The Market Insights Reports has published the obtainability of a new statistical data to its repository titled as, Outdoor Recreation Products Market. It provides the industry overview with market growth analysis with a historical & futuristic perspective for the following parameters; cost, revenue, demands, and supply data (as applicable). Furthermore, the report also sheds light on recent developments and technological platforms, in addition to distinctive tools, and methodologies that will help to propel the performance of industries. The report also presents forecasts for Outdoor Recreation Products investments from 2020 to 2022.

To check how we have included the impact of Covid-19 in our research, ask for a sample:

https://www.marketinsightsreports.com/reports/0926871240/the-us-outdoor-recreation-products-market-size-trends-forecasts-2018-2022/inquiry?Mode=28

Top Key Players in the US Outdoor Recreation Products Market: VF Corporation, Columbia Sportswear Company, Lululemon Athletica Inc., Nike Inc

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Namibia: Covid-19 Demands Opportunities for New Business Ideas – PM

Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila said the outbreak of Covid-19 has come as an opportunity for businesses in the country to come up with new ideas.

The PM said this is despite the negative impact the pandemic had on the domestic, regional and global economies.

Kuugongelwa-Amadhila said in efforts to revive the economy, part of the government response package aims to encourage the private sector to come on board and support the recovery process.

She stated that Namibia experienced a drastic shortage of some important basic products during the state of emergency – either due to restrictions of movement in countries where some of these goods are sourced or because of a shortage of supply in those countries.

She noted this effect exposed the vulnerability of the domestic economy to imports and said she hopes this has highlighted the areas where opportunities exist for Namibian businesses to invest in the local

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Amazon, Postal Service scrambled in wake of Trump demands

The USPS memo, unreleased until this week, reflects the political bind facing the agency this spring as it sought to balance Trump’s political broadsides with its own urgent need to shore up its balance sheet. The Postal Service has had to borrow from the federal government to sustain operations in the face of a $160.9 billion debt, opening the door for the Trump administration to try to demand specific structural changes under its new postmaster general, Louis DeJoy.

Trump at times has even called the USPS a “joke,” and in April suggested it raise the price of a package by “approximately four times.” He has repeatedly claimed that the service is in debt because it delivers so many parcels on behalf of Amazon — an e-commerce titan that by far is the Postal Service’s largest corporate client, the newly obtained documents show.

(Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos owns The Washington

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An influential investor group demands the world’s largest polluters to execute strategies for ‘net-zero’ carbon by 2050


  • Climate Action 100+ has demanded the world’s largest greenhouse-gas emitters to execute “net-zero” strategies by 2050 or earlier.
  • The group formally urged 161 companies including Anglo-Australian miners BHP and Rio Tinto, as well as oil producers Chevron, BP, Total and Shell to cut emissions by 45% relative to 2010 levels by 2030.
  • These “focus companies” will be evaluated against targets in a benchmark report to be released early next year.
  • Asset managers are becoming increasingly concerned over climate change affecting financial investments. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

A group representing investors that manage assets worth more than $47 trillion has demanded the world’s largest polluters to execute carbon-neutral business strategies earlier than or by 2050. 

In a letter to 161 large carbon emitters, Climate Action 100+ set out targets against which each company will be scrutinized in a benchmark report expected to be published by early

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An influential investor group demands the world’s largest polluters execute strategies for ‘net-zero’ carbon by 2050



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  • Climate Action 100+ has demanded the world’s largest greenhouse-gas emitters to execute “net-zero” strategies by 2050 or earlier.
  • The group formally urged 161 companies including Anglo-Australian miners BHP and Rio Tinto, as well as oil producers Chevron, BP, Total and Shell to cut emissions by 45%, relative to 2010 levels, by 2030.
  • These “focus companies” will be evaluated against targets in a benchmark report to be released early next year.
  • Asset managers are becoming increasingly concerned over climate change affecting financial investments. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

A group representing investors that manage assets worth more than $47 trillion has demanded the world’s largest polluters to execute carbon-neutral business strategies earlier than or by 2050. 

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In a letter to 161 large carbon emitters, Climate Action 100+ set out targets against which each company will be scrutinized in a benchmark report expected to be

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Why the ‘new normal’ demands new thinking for small business

With all the chaos that small businesses have experienced of late, many find themselves having to adapt rapidly to changing business conditions.

And even as Australia emerges from lockdown, those changes show no sign of rolling back to the old ‘normal’. Social distancing will be a key requirement for the foreseeable future, along with heightened vigilance in maintaining hygienic environments. There is also the ongoing uncertainty regarding the economy and of the lasting impact of heightened stress and anxiety on society at large.

Thankfully, there is much that a business can do to strengthen its operations. And the key for many might be in getting closer to their customers than they have ever been before.

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Firstly, it’s important that business owners think carefully about their communications strategies. Staying in touch with customers is vital, but a balance must be struck however between not letting customers forget they exist, and not

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