Global Immigration

“Business leaders warn against plan to slash EU immigration to UK” – The Guardian

“Business leaders have said the government’s plans to slash immigration from the EU by 80% after Brexit will devastate the hospitality sector.” Read More

“Use Of Video Technology Surges In Immigration Courts” – Gothamist

“Immigration courts are increasingly relying on video technology during President Trump’s administration, with more than 9 percent of all hearings conducted by video teleconferencing in fiscal year 2018, according to data obtained by WNYC. ” Read More

“Immigration, Mueller Probe Boosted U.S. Tensions This Year” – Wall Street Journal

“Immigration dominated the news, as advocates for migrants tussled with the Trump administration as it moved to tighten the southern border to illegal immigrants.” Read More


“Tech Workers Got Paid in Company Stock. They Used It to Agitate for Change.” – New York Times

“Silicon Valley technology firms are known for giving stock to their workers, a form of compensation that often helps employees feel invested in their companies.” Read More

“Russia ‘meddled in all big social media’ in US election, says report” – BBC Tech

“Russia allegedly used every major social media platform to influence the 2016 US election, a report claims. Research is expected to say YouTube, Tumblr, Instagram and PayPal – as well as Facebook and Twitter – were leveraged to spread propaganda.” Read More

“In the winds of crypto winter” – TechCrunch

“Well, it was surreal while it lasted, by which I mean the 2017-18 cryptocurrency bubble. For a while there, Coinbase was #1 in the App Store, Bitcoin was above $10K, and there were more notional crypto zillionaires out there than you could shake a Merkle tree at.” Read More


“TV Ratings: Miss Universe Steady, Football Boosts CBS and ’60 Minutes'” – Hollywood Reporter

“Fox’s broadcast of the Miss Universe pageant was fairly steady Sunday, and football gave a lift to CBS and NBC.” Read More

“‘Spider-Verse’ Raises $35M+ As ‘The Mule’ Kicks Up $17M+ In Pre-Christmas Period, But ‘Mortal Engines’ Breaks Down With $7M+” – Deadline

“Holiday distractions prevented Sony’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse from getting any higher this weekend to what some were expecting would be a possible $40M start. ” Read More

“Clean Bandit & Demi Lovato ‘s ‘Solo’ Was 2018’s Most-Shazamed Song, Plus More Year-End Insights” – Billboard

“More people Shazamed Clean Bandit and Demi Lovato ‘s “Solo” than any other song this year, according to year-end data from the music-identifying company. Read More

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