Indonesian tycoon Salim wins close shareholder vote on controversial $3 billion deal

Indonesian tycoon Anthoni Salim narrowly won shareholder backing on Friday for a $3 billion takeover transaction between companies he controls, overcoming criticism about the deal’s valuation and questions about corporate governance. First Pacific Co Ltd (0142.HK), Salim’s holding company, said in a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange that a takeover by its subsidiary […]

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U.K. police officer suspended after video appears to show him kneeling on Black man’s neck

A police officer in London has been suspended after video footage emerged appearing to show him kneeling on the head and neck of a Black man. Calling the footage “extremely disturbing,” Deputy Commissioner Steve House of London’s Metropolitan Police said in a statement that “some of the techniques used cause me great concern.” “They are […]

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Rising Star Games wants Deadly Premonition 2 players to know they’re “working on” those technical issues

The publisher of Deadly Premonition 2, Rising Star Games, has issued a statement to assure fans that the “development team are constantly working on” the beleaguered sequel. In Eurogamer’s own review we revealed that “from a technical perspective, Deadly Premonition 2 is a disgrace”, adding “its frame rate could charitably be described as inconsistent, but […]

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Oregon Attorney General sues DHS amid reports of unlawful detainment of Portland protesters

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum sued the Department of Homeland Security and other agencies Friday night, alleging that federal law enforcement officers sent to Portland to suppress the Black Lives Matter protests violated the Constitution by unlawfully detaining and arresting demonstrators without probable cause. In the lawsuit, Rosenblum asked for a restraining order to prevent […]

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