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How to Invest in Wine If You're Not a Millionaire

Vice 23 Feb 2021
A few weeks ago, I read about an app called Vindome, which is basically a platform for people to invest in fancy wine ... For me – and a lot of other millennials – the term “investing” is intimidating ... Although a bit old-timey and highfalutin, wine does have a few advantages over other investments.
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Column: Years ago, I applauded the 40-year sentence for a shooter at a party. Now I’m ...

The Los Angeles Times 19 Feb 2021
I was sick of writing about the innocent victims of senseless gun violence, like 7-year-old Evan Foster, who was caught in the crossfire of a gang feud at an Inglewood park and died in his mother’s arms ... We’ve never fully invested in the kinds of prevention programs that offer alternatives to gang culture and get guns off the streets.
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James Tynion Comic 'Department of Truth' Picked Up by Elisabeth Murdoch, Stacey Snider's Sister (Exclusive)

The Hollywood Reporter 19 Feb 2021
Ain’t no lie ... Sister is the creator-focused venture that has been involved with shows such as Sky/HBO’s Chernobyl and Sky/AMC’s Gangs of London and has invested in Molly Stern’s publishing initiative Zando, LeBron James and Maverick Carter’s Springhill Entertainment, podcast studio Campside Media and comic and digital publisher AWA Studios ... A Novel ... .
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Ransomware gangs are running riot - paying them off doesn't help

Beijing News 17 Feb 2021
Instead, states' intelligence services respond to cybercriminals on an ad-hoc basis, while cyber-insurance firms recommend their clients simply pay off the criminal gangs that extort them ... Second, some ransomware gangs invest their ill-gotten gains into the research and development of better cyber-tools.
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Ransomware gangs are running riot – paying them off doesn't help

The Conversation 17 Feb 2021
Instead, states’ intelligence services respond to cybercriminals on an ad-hoc basis, while cyber-insurance firms recommend their clients simply pay off the criminal gangs that extort them ... Second, some ransomware gangs invest their ill-gotten gains into the research and development of better cyber-tools.
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Different stonks: Why Gang Weed is not the next GameStop

Canada Dot Com 12 Feb 2021
However, the investment case for the sector’s biggest players, nicknamed Gang Weed by Reddit’s WallStreetBets community, differs substantially from ...
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GameStop a hard act to follow for cannabis- focused Reddit investors

Business Day 12 Feb 2021
However, the investment case for the sector’s biggest players, nicknamed Gang Weed by Reddit’s WallStreetBets community, differs substantially from that of GameStop — or “Gamestonk” as it was dubbed by many online — and from other retailers involved in the past month’s surges.
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Explainer | Different stonks: Why Gang Weed is not the next GameStopPot stocks have been ...

Deccan Herald 12 Feb 2021
However, the investment case for the sector's biggest players, nicknamed Gang Weed by Reddit's WallStreetBets community, differs substantially from that of GameStop Corp - or "Gamestonk" as it was dubbed by many online - and from other retailers involved in the past month's surges.
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Explainer: Different stonks: Why Gang Weed is not the next GameStop

Metro USA 12 Feb 2021
However, the investment case for the sector’s biggest players, nicknamed Gang Weed by Reddit’s WallStreetBets community, differs substantially from that of GameStop Corp – or “Gamestonk” as it was dubbed by many online – and from other retailers involved in the past month’s surges.
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Cryptocurrency fraud: No bail to 2 members of gang that duped 15,810 of r₹r113.10 crore

Hindustan Times 09 Feb 2021
The Bombay high court (HC) on Monday rejected bail applications filed by two members of a gang that duped about 15,810 investors or over ₹113.10 crore after luring them to invest in several schemes relating to a cryptocurrency - money trade coins (MTC) launched by the group.
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Secret society situation is under control: Minister

Straits Times 05 Feb 2021
He said secret societies are now largely made up of loosely organised street gangs and mainly comprise younger members who flit between different groups ... The police invest significant resources to educate and engage youth to deter them from joining secret societies, Mr Shanmugam said, citing regular anti-gang talks held in secondary schools.
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Hong Kong police bust fraud syndicate, detain 17 people, including four women who used romance ...

South China Morning Post 04 Feb 2021
Four women who used romance to swindle their victims were among 17 people arrested in a crackdown on ...
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Covid: Police pressure as pandemic changes 'landscape of crime'

BBC News 03 Feb 2021
Prof Innes said the shift to cyber, such as online hate crime, drug dealing over apps, and smear campaigns, was a huge challenge for forces and they would need to invest in expertise and technology to be able to recover evidence.
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