Trump Administration Seeks Freer Hand for U.S. Companies in China

SHANGHAI—China’s rules requiring foreign companies to form joint ventures with domestic partners are among the chief targets of the Trump administration’s looming tariffs against Chinese imports. The administration contends these joint ventures—a longstanding complaint of many U.S. firms—force companies to divulge their trade secrets in several sectors, such as autos, where Beijing has a goal […]

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Judge in Cosby Case to Allow Five More Accusers to Testify

A judge ruled Thursday that five additional women can testify at Bill Cosby’s upcoming trial in Pennsylvania on charges of sexually assaulting a woman in 2004, marking the first time in the #MeToo era that a celebrity will face multiple accusers in a courtroom. The three counts of aggravated indecent assault against the comedian and […]

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Stars let loose at Oscars after-parties

After the show, it’s the after-party! Whether they’re celebrating their wins or drowning their sorrows, see how the stars wrapped up the biggest night of film after the closing credits on the 90th annual Academy Awards. Source Article

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Sonic the Hedgehog Movie Slated to Hit Theaters November 2019

Image via Andrew Toth/Getty Images for Sega of America More than 28 years after Sonic the Hedgehog gave Sega a temporary rivalry against Nintendo (which did not end well for them) the ’90s mainstay is slated to hit the big screen. The new release date is much closer than it was in 2014, which is […]

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Kim Jong Un’s sister ends her trip to the Olympics

Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, returns to Pyongyang Sunday at the close of her visit to the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. While in South Korea, Kim was subject to intense scrutiny, her pleasant personal manner presenting a marked contrast to her family’s brutally dictatorial regime. Kim is the […]

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Residents worried they’ll be forced out after San Pedro Creek renovation

San Pedro Creek construction (Alma E. Hernandez, Folo Media). In October, the Soapworks apartments were purchased by the Barvin Group of Houston (Lynda M. Gonzalez, Folo Media). The Soapworks and Towne Center apartments are located in west downtown (Lynda M. Gonzalez, Folo Media). SAN ANTONIO – Donnie Dawson, 70, is grateful he’s able to afford […]

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USAA Real Estate Sells Buckhead Doubletree for $41.3 Million

A Rhode Island investor is the new owner of the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Atlanta’s landmark Tower Place development. MHF Buckhead, an affiliate of Magna Hospitality Group of Warwick, RI, paid $41.3 million for the hotel with 230 keys and 7,323 square feet of meeting space. The seller was USAA Real Estate of San […]

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San Antonio leads U.S. cities for minority homeownership

San Antonio ranks No. 1 for minority homeowners. iStock It’s very difficult to argue with the statistics: inequality in the U.S. is on the rise. The ‘American Dream’ — the one with the nice suburban house with the white picket fence, a couple of kids, and an easily payable mortgage — appears to be sliding […]

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The Benefits Of Using An Apartment Finder San Antonio

Moving to San Antonio is exciting and the city is a great place to live. There are plenty of activities to enjoy there and the cost of living is low, so you can really enjoy yourself when you live there without having to worry about money so much. One of the best ways to find […]

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Rental Apartments

What You Should Know For Finding Rental Apartments?

When you are looking for one of the best apartments in San Antonio, you should have to be quite savvy with certain information that is necessary for finding the right apartment. Though these essentials aren’t difficult but it is significant that you ensure to take care of all these things and if you fail to […]

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