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Archives for April 14, 2019
A year ago, without ceremony, The New York Times piloted ad placements based on the emotions certain articles evoke. “Project Feels” has now generated 50 campaigns, more than 30 million impressions and strong revenue results (the Times declines to specify how much).
Rex Tillerson stood under a 32-foot pipe organ at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, explaining how the world worked. It was May 2015, in the middle of an oil-price crash, and Exxon Mobil’s earnings had fallen 46 percent compared with the same quarter the year before.
Powered by four engines similar to those used in Boeing 747s, the destroyer USS Milius raced to a site in the East China Sea where vessels were suspected to be secretly shifting oil to a tanker bound for North Korea.
Let’s go on a graphic tour of some of WikiLeaks biggest exposures of wrongdoing and criminality from our corrupt elites. This is why they want Julian Assange silenced (and anyone else daring to do expose them). #1 GITMO files: torture and lies #FreeAssange #WikiLeaks