“Alabama lawmakers voted today (Thursday) to amend HB-56, the controversial immigration bill that has made our state the focal point of the national immigration debate for the past eight months or so. Lawmakers claim that the new version of the bill is constitutional and does more to protect human rights by removing controversial sections such as the clause that would force schools to run background checks on students. However, the law is still the toughest on immigrant rights in the nation.
“So, at this point it’s probably news to no one that “The Avengers,” a film centered around Marvel Comic’s own team of A-List superheroes, just had the best opening weekend of all time and followed up by breaking the billion dollar mark overseas.
But this raises an obvious question: what was it “The Avengers” did right and what does it mean for comic book (and specifically superhero) movies going forward?”
last week News broke that a a trading error by JPMorgan Chase led to at least $2 billion in losses for the company. Chief Investment Officer Ina Drew, one of the highest-paid female execs in the financial industry, was let go as a result.
A Simple Explanation of How J.P. Morgan Lost Billions and What That Means for the Future of the Company and the Future of Regulatory Reform
“Last Thursday, Jamie Dimon, the CEO of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., announced the loss of $2 billion. Understanding how such an event occurs can be difficult for those who are not well-versed in finance. However, the proper understanding of this blunder is crucial to recognizing the need for regulatory reform…”