A family business of cocaine, he transforms his jacket to steal bottles… 6 amazing legal stories

A bit like Jonathan Cohen’s Netflix series “Family Business”, this family has decided to shine in a particular business. Three brothers and their cousin sell cocaine as a family and form an association. 2.He modifies his jacket to hide dozens of bottles Tamaz (49) received a six-month prison sentence suspended on probation before the Liège … Read more

Could Bobby Lashley direct The Hurt Business?

The Hurt Business was a faction that dominated Monday Night Raw during the pandemic. At first, the group consisted of Bobby Lashley and MVP. Subsequently, Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander were reappointed. At four, they managed to hold almost all the gold in the red show: Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander: Raw Tag Team Champions. … Read more

Burger King, the king of deforestation

Indeed, the cattle and chickens used to provide the steaks for the company’s burgers are essentially fed with soybeans produced on the land of the primary forests of South America. The company singled out by several studies accelerated by NGOs such as Greenpeace or Mighty Earth, only undertakes to stop deforestation by 2030 while the … Read more

The Business Booster, the meeting place for industrialists and energy start-ups, September 28-29

Meet start-ups and discover new solutions Participating in The Business Booster, in Lisbon, means meeting more than 150 European start-ups, some of which are “pitching” places. There will be new shoots pre-selected in 2022 by EIT InnoEnergy: ECOP will present its high-temperature heat pump for industrial applications, SUENA will put artificial intelligence at the service … Read more

The neo-broker Robinhood is once again cutting into its workforce

The trading platform suffers from investor reluctance. This is his second wave of job cuts this year. US online brokerage platform Robinhood is to lay off 23% of its staff, or more than 750 people, as interest in the stock market and cryptocurrencies has largely declined from the boom seen during the pandemic. “Last year, … Read more

Hot day at Houndé Gold Operation

It’s been hot at Houndé Gold Operation, a subsidiary of the Canadian group Endeavor Mining, since May 17, 2022. The city is in turmoil. Spontaneous protests erupted between miners and gold mine workers. What’s next after this ad According to information from Burkina24, traditional gold miners blame mine officials for having monopolized their sites. Indeed, … Read more

the court of appeal decides to wait for the end of the investigation

The Paris Court of Appeal decided on Thursday April 14 to await the outcome of the criminal proceedings for violation against the renowned lawyer Alex Ursulet, before deciding on his disbarment from the bar, we learned from a judicial source. Read alsoEdmondo Bruti Liberati: “Criminal justice remains the ultimate bulwark against corruption» Accused of rape … Read more

a Youtuber stole 4 million euros from his subscribers

About 40 people have filed complaints for a cryptocurrency scam. BENOIT TESSIER / REUTERS Under cover of advice, the Youtube channel “Crypto Gouv” allegedly scammed between 200 and 300 people. The Paris prosecutor’s office has opened an investigation. The Good Samaritan who gave advice on investing in cryptocurrency was a scammer. On Youtube, for three … Read more

business that blazes at sunset” Sunday July 31 on M6 (video)

Sunday July 31 at 9:10 p.m., Julien Courbet invites you to discover on M6 an unpublished summer edition of the magazine “Capital”: “Seaside: business that blazes at sunset”. Capital spent the summer in one of the mythical seaside resorts of the Var: Bandol. With its breathtaking coastline and its record level of sunshine, every summer … Read more

the opaque business of “ladies-in-waiting”

By Agnes Leclair Published 1 minute ago, Update 1 minute ago The interventions of the companions are difficult to control by the regional health agencies and the departments, in charge of inspecting nursing homes. Photographee.eu – stock.adobe.com SURVEY – Families hire them to make up for the lack of staff or to fight against the … Read more