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  • Two-thousand and sixteen is going down as a real lousy year for most people, especially anyone who enjoys great music, charming famous people, or the binding fabric of society. In the midst of all the loss, however, it’s been a pretty fantastic year for video games. We’ve seen the release of some of the best […]
  • LAGOS, Dec 31 (Reuters) – Nigeria’s Lagos state has sold 47 billion naira ($154.50 million) of bonds maturing in 2023 to help finance its efforts to improve basic infrastructure in the country’s commercial hub, its governor said on Saturday. Source:
  • ABUJA, Dec 31 (Reuters) – Nigeria’s government will seek a lasting peace settlement with militants in the oil-producing southern Niger Delta region in 2017, President Muhammadu Buhari said in a New Year’s message on Saturday. Source:
  • The petition of the day is: Harris v. Hahn 16-575 Issues: (1) Whether the Constitution’s equal protection and fundamental right to travel rights will tolerate a state benefit program that creates fixed and permanent distinctions between similarly-situated residents based on their length or timing of residence in the state; and (2) whether Texas’ Hazelwood Act’s […]
  • It’s the end of the year and you’re still at the firm you said you were going to leave. Source:
  • Ed. Note: Happy New Year everybody! As you can see, we’re closing up shop early today and we’ll be off on Monday. * Football player career ends before the Belk Bowl after he’s caught shoplifting… from Belk. Hey, that sensible Southern-inspired activewear wasn’t going to buy itself! [ESPN] * Some “assorted stupidity” to get you […]
  • The future of the industry will be affected by the agenda of the new administration. Source:
  • When you’re networking, making new contacts, and building a book of business, it’s important to understand what clients want most in an attorney…. Source:
  • LONDON, Dec 30 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates warned on Friday that the world was vulnerable to a deadly epidemic of an illness like flu, with the recent Ebola and Zika outbreaks underlining weaknesses in global efforts to tackle health crises swiftly. Source:
  • LONDON, Dec 30 (Reuters) – Oil futures were on track for their biggest annual gains since 2009 despite intraday losses, aided by OPEC’s agreement to cut production from early next year. Source:
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