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  2. Microsoft takes the gloves off as it battles Sony for its ...

    www.theverge.com/2022/10/12/23400986/microsoft...

    Microsoft pleaded for its deal on the day of the Phase 2 decision last month, but now the gloves are well and truly off. Microsoft describes the CMA’s concerns as “misplaced” and says that ...

  3. Venture Stores - Wikipedia

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    John Geisse, formerly of Target Stores, and May Department Stores' executive vice president, Dave Babcock, founded the chain in 1968. Venture Stores expanded to operate over 70 stores with major market share in St. Louis , Chicago , and Kansas City , and expanded across various areas in the United States over a period of nearly 30 years ...

  4. Judge-by-Judge Asylum Decisions in Immigration Courts

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    Denial Rate : Immigration Court: Judge: Decisions % Grants % Denials : Adelanto: Everett, Timothy R. 129: 9.3: 90.7 : Left, James M. 555: 16.8: 83.2 : Penalosa, Jose ...

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  6. The Mission Statements of the Biggest Retail Stores

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    Target's Mission Statement and official “Purpose” reveals the military and religious values of the Target founders, John Geisse and George Dayton. Below is the Target mission statement, which lays out why Target is promising customers that they can expect more innovation and customer service, and still expect to pay less.

  7. Flying car - Wikipedia

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    Popular culture. The flying car was and remains a common feature of conceptions of the future, both predicted and imaginary.. Anticipation. Flying cars have been under development since the early days of motor transport and aviation, and many futurologists have predicted their imminent arrival.