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Tuesday, July 3, 2018

King Spalding today announced that Carol Burke, Susan Berry and Kimberlee Cagle have joined the firm as partners in the firm’s Corporate, Finance and Investments practice group in the Houston office to advise on a broad range of complex finance matters, including oil and gas financings, project financings, real estate acquisition, development financings and … Lana Jewelry Large Upside Down Hoop Earrings in 14K Gold det6HRGZlN

Monday, July 2, 2018

Global law firm White Case LLP has expanded its Global Mergers Acquisitions Practice and Global Private Equity Industry Group with the addition of Emmie Jones as a new partner in London.

Monday, July 2, 2018

Orrick announced today that Christine Kaniak has joined the firm as a partner in our Munich office. Formerly with Kirkland Ellis, Christine is the 31st partner to join Orrick this year.

Monday, July 2, 2018

​Allen Overy LLP announced today that Stephen Besen has joined the firm’s New York office as a partner in the MA practice. Stephen is a versatile and experienced MA lawyer and joins from Shearman Sterling. He has 35 years of experience advising on public and private company mergers and tender offers, joint ventures, … Continue reading MA Partner Joins Allen Overy in New York

Thursday, June 28, 2018

The national law firm of Quarles Brady LLP today announced that Randall L. Oyler has joined the firm’s Litigation Dispute Resolution Practice Group as a partner in its Chicago office.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright further strengthens its German real estate practice with the hire of Dr. Hendrik Theismann. He joins the Frankfurt office as partner on August 1. Dr. Hendrik Theismann is joined by of counsel Michael Mehler. The firm also expands its regulatory team as of counsel Dr. Jan-Willem Jensen, primarily based … Angara Pear Sapphire Pendant with Diamond Halo in 14K Rose Gold i23Z1

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

The global law firm Jones Day has announced that Brian Trudgen has joined the Firm in Pittsburgh as a partner in its Banking, Finance Securities Practice.

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It’s one thing to believe that Amazon’s Alexa is constantly listening to us, but quite another to worry that she’s laughing at what she hears.

UPDATE: Mystery solved? Amazon explains what cracked up Alexa and how AI’s laugh response will change

Users of Alexa-enabled devices such as the Echo and the Dot have reported hearing the tech giant’s ubiquitous voice emit a very real-sounding and unprompted laugh of late. Tweets and reports about the artificial intelligence gone rogue have labeled it creepy and scary, and we can see why.

Short of little Carol Anne speaking from inside the TV in the 1982 classic “Poltergeist,” it’s tough to imagine something we’d rather hear less than Alexa just chuckling out of nowhere on the kitchen counter.

“Ha ha ha,” she says, in a voice that sounds like Alexa + four glasses of wine.

“We’re aware of this and working to fix it,” Amazon said in reply to a GeekWire inquiry.

How about, “We’re aware of this and a team is headed your way with a baseball bat”? as a more comforting response. Or, “We’re aware of this and you should really get out of the house”?

Some users even asked Alexa why she laughed, and her reply to that question indicated that she was aware that she was doing it. No one told us machine learning would lead to machine laughing. “Humans. Ha, ha, ha.”

The Daily Dot reported that it’s likely a “rogue third-party app is running in the background and purposely creeping people out” or that it’s possible the devices “are infected with malware.”

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Wheaton Precious Metals Corp. (TSX:WPM)(NYSE:WPM) has seen its share price climb steadily (or perhaps not so steadily, if you’ve been watching it like a hawk) since February. A silver and gold streamer doing business in Canada and across the world, Wheaton Precious Metals is now trading for $29.51, which is somewhat overvalued. However, Wheaton Precious Metals has caught the eye of a number of analysts and is getting a strong buy signal. Is it a buy? And if so, what makes it so special? One thing comes to mind… This famous gold stock just became a cobalt streamer A positive…

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(NYSE:WPM) has seen its share price climb steadily (or perhaps not so steadily, if you’ve been watching it like a hawk) since February. A silver and gold streamer doing business in Canada and across the world, Wheaton Precious Metals is now trading for $29.51, which is somewhat overvalued.

Wheaton Precious Metals Corp.

However, Wheaton Precious Metals has caught the eye of a number of analysts and is getting a strong buy signal. Is it a buy? And if so, what makes it so special? One thing comes to mind…

This famous gold stock just became a cobalt streamer

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, plus dividends to boot, Wheaton Precious Metals sidesteps production and exploration overheads and makes its money through streaming.

What is particularly pertinent to investors right now, though, is Wheaton Precious Metals’s new (as of June 11) arrangement to stream cobalt agreements. This positions Wheaton Precious Metals perfectly for the electric car market and gives investors a low-risk option for exposure to a new commodity and a huge growth market.

Bear in mind that the new agreement, which will see Wheaton Precious Metals receiving over 42.4% of the Voisey’s Bay mine cobalt production, will not come into effect until 2021. However, stock prices are likely to rise as a result, meaning that investors should jump in now while they have the chance.

Electric cars versus current value? Electric cars win

At $29.51, Wheaton Precious Metals is somewhat overvalued. Looking at its calculated future cash flow value, we can see that it is trading at more than triple what it should be. Its multiples are far from tasty, with the best news in that department being that it’s going for twice book.

But you may want to throw all that out of the window, because Wheaton Precious Metals is on course to seriously clean up. Not only does adding cobalt to its commodities make Wheaton Precious Metals more diversified, and therefore a more attractive stock, it also means that it gains access to a huge growth sector via electric vehicles.

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