PUBLISHED: 15:25 09 November 2018 | UPDATED: 15:54 09 November 2018 Rachael Burford Corey Junior Davis, who was on the Gang Matrix, was shot dead in Forest Gate last year. Pic: Family handout Davis family The names of young people suspected by police of having gang links in the borough has been leaked by an ‘unknown professional’ in Newham. Newham mayor Cllr Rokhsana Fiaz. Pic: Ken MearsExperts say hundreds of young people were placed in serious danger when pages from the Met’s Gangs Matrix were “lost” on two separate occasions, photographed and circulated on social media.It is understood that a page from the top secret document was leaked in May and further information was again shared in September last year.The Information Commissioner is now investigating the data breach.The Met has refused to confirm how many identities were revealed, saying only that officers had “risk assessed every individual on the list and taken … [Read more...] about Police list of suspected gang members in Newham is leaked on social media
By Katherine Feser Published 5:00 am CST, Saturday, November 10, 2018 The Aggie 100 program identifies, recognizes, and celebrates the 100 fastest-growing Aggie-owned or operated businesses throughout the world. The Aggie 100 program identifies, recognizes, and celebrates the 100 fastest-growing Aggie-owned or operated businesses throughout the world. Photo: Mays Business School At Texas A And M Photo: Mays Business School At Texas A And M Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 The Aggie 100 program identifies, recognizes, and celebrates the 100 fastest-growing Aggie-owned or operated businesses throughout the world. The Aggie 100 program identifies, recognizes, and celebrates the 100 fastest-growing Aggie-owned or operated businesses throughout the world. … [Read more...] about 21 Houston companies land on Aggie 100 fastest-growing companies list
As former Attorney General Jeff Sessions departed the Department of Justice (DOJ), a short list of potential replacements has surfaced in Washington, D.C. Below, Breitbart News has compiled eight “America First” candidates for Attorney General.Kris Kobach Currently, Kobach is serving the last couple of months as Kansas’s Secretary of State. Kobach previously served as an adviser to President Trump on immigration, and most notably wrote Arizona’s SB 1070 law that made it a state crime to be in the country as an illegal alien. Having fought the open borders lobby in the courts, Kobach is the most obvious choice to replace Sessions when it comes to suing the state of California for their sanctuary state law. Kobach is likely to expand on Sessions’ border reforms and tightening of asylum loopholes. Kobach has also been at the forefront of tackling voter fraud. He has taken on the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) which has attempted to stop his election … [Read more...] about Short List: 8 Potential ‘America First’ Candidates for Attorney General
Jakarta (ANTARA News) - The Indonesia Stock Exchange (BEI) said it registered some 50 companies, which officially listed their Initial Public Offering (IPO) throughout 2018. With 50 companies doing their IPO through BEI in 2018, the stock exchange institution recorded a new history in the capital market industry. "The listing of the initial shares of 50 companies this year is the highest one the BEI ever registered since the privatization of the Exchange in 1992," BEI Director of Corporate Valuation I Gede Nyoman Yetna said in Jakarta on Friday. He stated that PT Freight international became the 50th company to register its shares. The share issuer has a security trading code of DEAL, engaged in cargo expedition activities. He added BEI is optimistic that the number of listed companies throughout 2018 will continue to increase. At present, there are 14 potential companies in the BEI listing pipeline. "The high number of companies listed cannot be separated from the government`s … [Read more...] about Fifty companies list their IPO at BEI in 2018
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Day Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Supported by Strategies ByJeff Sommer Nov. 9, 2018 So much for the midterms. Now the markets can start obsessing about gridlock, impeachment and the 2020 election. And they can resume worrying about bread-and-butter issues like corporate earnings, interest rates and the threat of rising tariffs and recession. Uncertainty about control of Congress has at last been lifted: Come January, the Democrats will run the House, while the Republicans will retain a slender majority in the Senate. From the standpoint of the markets, that welcome clarity on Wednesday set off the biggest one-day midterm election rally since 1982. And while investors were relieved that the results conformed with Wall Street expectations, longstanding financial concerns were made even more visible while introducing a series of other political problems. … [Read more...] about Now, the Markets Can Worry About Other Things. Here’s a List.