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CleanSpark Is A Failed Business Roll-Up In A Vicious Court Battle With Its Largest Shareholder – $3 Price Target (NASDAQ:CLSK)

CleanSpark, Inc. (CLSK) claims to provide software as a service, physical controllers, and consultation services to renewable energy infrastructure. This allows the company to have a diverse range of tools and abilities to help a client create a suitable microgrid platform. However, the reality is CLSK’s microgrid business has not gained any traction, and we doubt it ever will.

CLSK was a former OTC traded stock and got uplisted to the Nasdaq on 1/24/20. CLSK has been trading between $2-$3 from early March until early July, which is a fraction of its current price, which closed at $10.40 on 10/7/20. We believe the reason for the rapid rise in share price is due to news flow with buzz words that attract retail investors, primarily regarding microgrids and electric vehicle batteries and charging stations, sectors that have become hot this quarter.

However, its business hasn’t generated significant revenues and its losses

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Global central bankers say fiscal aid crucial in new phase of pandemic battle

(Reuters) – Top U.S. and European central bankers on Tuesday called for renewed government spending to support families and businesses as the battle against the coronavirus-triggered recession enters a newly critical phase.

FILE PHOTO: Jerome H. Powell, Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System during the Senate’s Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs hearing examining the quarterly CARES Act report to Congress, in Washington, DC, U.S., September 24, 2020. Toni L. Sandys/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo

Hopes for new fiscal support in the United States, however, were dealt a serious blow when President Donald Trump abruptly canceled ongoing negotiations with Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives.

The growth in new COVID-19 cases is again accelerating in parts of the United States and Europe, raising the prospect of new restrictions on commerce even as whole industries and millions of households are still reeling

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Central bankers call for fiscal aid at ‘critical’ point in pandemic battle

(Reuters) – Top U.S. and European central bankers on Tuesday called for renewed government spending to support families and businesses as the battle against the coronavirus recession enters a newly critical phase.

FILE PHOTO: Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell testifies during a Senate’s Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs hearing examining the quarterly CARES Act report to Congress, in Washington, DC, U.S., September 24, 2020. Drew Angerer/Pool via REUTERS

The growth in new cases of COVID-19 is again accelerating in parts of the United States and Europe, raising the possibility of new restrictions on commerce even as whole industries and millions of households are still reeling from those imposed in the spring during the first viral wave.

Those health risks and the possibility of a long “slog” of slow growth and elevated joblessness means the United States remains at risk of a “recessionary

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School business managers stretched to their limits as they battle to make schools COVID-19 safe

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Store Landlords Face a Battle For a Cut of Online Sales

If retailers want leases that reflect modern shopping habits, should they hand over a cut of online sales to their landlords?

Some property owners think this would be a fair trade off in the clamor for more flexible rent arrangements. So far, though, there is no good way to measure what landlords might be entitled to and tenants have few reasons to play ball.

From global fashion players like Zara and

H&M

to mom-and-pop stores, most retailers are demanding better terms from landlords as the Covid-19 pandemic slows sales, particularly offline. In the U.K., shop owners received only two-thirds of the quarterly rent they were owed in the three months to Sept. 22, according to data by Remit Consulting. More tenants now want to hand over a percentage of their sales as rent rather than a fixed monthly or quarterly fee, an arrangement already common in the U.S.

Most retailers

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Microsoft pushes Edge as ‘best for business’ in battle with Chrome

Microsoft last week pitched Edge as “the browser for business,” as in fact, “the best browser for business,” and revealed some of the new features and functionality it will use to convince customers that its aspirations are more than posturing.

Edge, which Microsoft relaunched in January after tearing it down to the studs and rebuilding it with the same code from the Chromium project that powers Google’s Chrome, has managed to scratch its way into second place on the world’s browser standings. At the end of August, approximately 8.5% of all browser activity was attributed to Edge. That was a mere 1.5 percentage points higher than at the January restart, equivalent to about two-tenths of a point per month.

While that pace might be enough to put Edge at 11% by year’s end, it wouldn’t be enough to replace Chrome before around 2034.

But because Edge is Chrome, more or

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Battle Creek downtown development looks to regain momentum after COVID-19 delays

The Milton is seen by many Battle Creek residents as the centerpiece of downtown redevelopment on Michigan Avenue.



a person standing on a city street: Two men paint the outside of Café Rica on Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020 in Battle Creek, Mich.


© Alyssa Keown | The Battle Creek Enquirer
Two men paint the outside of Café Rica on Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020 in Battle Creek, Mich.

The first tenants moved into the renovated historic building’s apartments in January. The long-anticipated project was on track to be finished by June.  

Then, in March, everything came to a screeching halt due to COVID-19. 

“I had to actually stop construction,” developer Mark Harmsen said. “And then, once the governor allowed construction to start again, it took a while to get guys back to the site, so probably four months we got hurt.”  

Construction delays weren’t the only problem. People who had planned to move into the new apartments started calling to cancel. Harmsen said many had been hired by Kellogg or other businesses in town and

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Downtown Battle Creek developments look to regain momentum

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The Milton is seen by many Battle Creek residents as the centerpiece of downtown redevelopment on Michigan Avenue.

The first tenants moved into the renovated historic building’s apartments in January. The long-anticipated project was on track to be finished by June.  

Then, in March, everything came to a screeching halt due to COVID-19. 

“I had to actually stop construction,” developer Mark Harmsen said. “And then, once the governor allowed construction to start again, it took a while to get guys back to the site, so probably four months we got hurt.”  

Construction delays weren’t the only problem. People who had planned to move into the new apartments started calling to cancel. Harmsen said many had been hired by Kellogg or other businesses in town and no longer needed to be in Battle Creek for their jobs.  

The Milton is pictured on Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020 in Battle Creek, Mich.

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Business Editor’s Notebook: NH’s tax battle with Massachusetts is getting a national stage | Business Notebook

LAST WEEK, a liberal freshman congressman kicked off a webinar for a conservative think tank.

He’s running for reelection, and the think tank welcomes anyone who wants to talk about bad tax policy — like Massachusetts collecting income tax from commuters working remotely during the pandemic.


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Apple’s Battle Royale With Epic Games Starts for Real Next Week

(Bloomberg) — The legal fight between Apple Inc. and Epic Games Inc. kicks into full gear on Monday with decisions that will influence the future of app stores in the U.S. and how the world’s largest technology platforms make money from developers.

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U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers will decide whether to force Apple to let battle royale video game Fortnite back into the App Store with Epic’s in-house payment option. She will also rule if Apple can block third-party apps using Epic’s Unreal Engine development software.

Most legal experts expect the judge to extend her temporary injunction for Unreal Engine, but not reinstate Fortnite in the Apple App Store.

“Epic faces an uphill battle,” said Mark Lemley, a professor at Stanford Law School. “Apple’s pricing policies are problematic, and antitrust law should probably do something about it. But courts are very reluctant to dictate who a company,

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