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Episode 8: CoffeeTalk.co “Let’s Talk Crypto!” – International Day of Peace Global Social Impact Peace-A-Thon

offeeTalk.co “Let’s Talk Crypto!” – International Day of Peace Global Social Impact Peace-A-Thon And to answer your personal question about getting into crypto easily: http://www.Flow.Guru If you follow that invite, you and I will receive $10 each if you invest $100 to open up a Coinbase.com account. Coinbase.com is an exchange that sells Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash. All …

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New Show Coming To PRN April 3rd: CoffeeTalk.co “Let’s Talk Crypto!”

CoffeeTalk.co “Let’s Talk Crypto!”   GRAB A CUPPA COFFEE AND LET’S TALK CRYPTO! Join us each TUESDAY at 11am EST for our one-hour ALIVE IN NEW YORK “audience participation” RADIO SHOW that focuses on seven specific areas of Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Technology: WHAT, HOW, WHEN, WHY 1.  History, Current Events & Education – Learning and understanding the future of digital currency SHOW ME THE …

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LAINEY HASHORVA – WELLS FARGO WHISTLEBLOWER: “THEY ARE ALL RIDING THE STAGECOACH TO HELL”

It has been and continues to be an interesting week for Wells Fargo, with widespread coverage from mainstream news outlets; John Stumpf, Wells Fargo’s CEO, going before Congress on September 20; and a $185 million settlement announced with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Interesting, then, that despite all of the monies paid in fines to the CFPB, Wells Fargo still …

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Martha Rosenberg – A Decade of Questions over a Paxil Study Leads to a Victory

Do you remember Vioxx, Bextra, Baycol, Trovan, Meridia, Seldane, Hismanal, Darvon, Mylotarg, Lotronex, Propulsid, Raxar or Redux? They were all highly promoted drugs that were withdrawn for safety risks after millions used them. Sorry about that. Big Pharma always insists it only knows about such safety risks after a wide swath of the population uses the drugs and “safety signals” …

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The Wolf of Wall Tweet – Seth Stevenson

On the afternoon of Friday, March 27, as several news outlets reported at the time, somebody apparently made $2.4 million from a tweet. That tweet was a bit of breaking news from Wall Street Journal writer Dana Mattioli: Quicker than any human seemingly could have done it, someone—or rather something—bought $110,530 worth of cheap options on Altera, a company that makes digital circuits.* Over the next several …