Monthly Archives: July 2021

Bar sued for game in which customers hammer nails into stump

Throwing darts is good. Throwing axes is pretty straightforward. But if your bar game is all about nailing a stump, things could get tricky. A Minnesota bar has been charged with infringing the trademarks of another company by allowing patrons to participate in driving nails. According to the lawsuit, the …

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TREASURY-US Treasury yields rally ahead of next week’s Fed meeting

(Adds comment, fresh prices) By Herbert Lash NEW YORK, July 23 (Reuters) - Treasury yields rose on Friday ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy-setting meeting next week, which will provide clues on the strength of the U.S. recovery and when the central bank might start to curb its economic support. …

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A Telco & Tech combo for revenue and growth in 2021 and beyond

Residence ” Invest ” A Telco & Tech combo for revenue and growth in 2021 and beyond The Canadian telecommunications industry is an oligopoly, which means that only a few companies operate in the market. The Big Three, made up of AEC, Rogers Communications, and TELUS (TSX: T) (NYSE: TU), …

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Stillwater ax throwing club sued for use of Hammer-Schlagen bar set – Twin Cities

Officials at WRB Inc., a Stillwater company that owns the trademark for Hammer-Schlagen, a game in which several contestants try to hammer a nail into a stump, have sued a Stillwater ax throwing club. The lawsuit alleges that the Lumberjack Co., located in downtown Stillwater, engaged in “illegal, unfair or …

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TSP Reports It Will Offer Climate-Friendly Options, And More

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Electricity price breaks historic record in Spain

The spectacular increase in the price of electricity in Spain will mark this Wednesday, July 21, its highest ever since there were records. At nine in the evening that day, the price of megawatt per hour will reach 110.66 euros. These levels, unprecedented in recent decades, have made Spain the …

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Affiliate RSS suggests changes in consumer protection e-commerce rules

Swadeshi Jagaran Manch (SJM) on Wednesday suggested a series of amendments to the proposed rules for consumer protection on e-commerce and said the government must also take steps to protect traders and service providers associated with e-commerce. e-commerce giants. In its suggestions to the Department of Consumer Affairs, affiliate RSS …

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Metamora officials discuss location of new library site in village

METAMORA – Considering this is a place where silence is usually golden, the Metamora Public Library has recently sparked a lot of heated conversations. Too hot sometimes, some would say. Illinois Prairie District Public Library the authorities want to build a new facility in Metamora, but some of them do …

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COLUMN-Far from conical, ECB could raise another $ 1 trillion in QE: Mike Dolan

(The views expressed here are those of the author, columnist for Reuters.) LONDON, July 21 (Reuters) – If you’re waiting for the imminent end of central bank “quantitative easing” of bond purchases, make sure you’re comfortable. The European Central Bank may well throw another $ 1 trillion log on the …

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Plane Co. failed to file export documents, according to Hemp Co.

Law360 (July 20, 2021, 10:20 p.m. EDT) – A hemp distributor who claims U.S. Customs and Border Protection unfairly seized and destroyed a shipment of his product has filed a lawsuit against the charter airline that was carrying the shipment, alleging that he failed to file the documents necessary for …

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