‘Put Trump in his place’: nationalism awakens in Mexican presidential race

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Donald Trump’s habit of slapping down Mexico is feeding nationalist sentiment in the country’s presidential election campaign, prompting contenders to defy him and strengthening the hand of the frontrunner, who is courting the anti-establishment vote.

Want to learn about African immigrants? Mr. President, meet Africa’s tech sector

 President Trump’s comments about immigrants coming from “shithole” countries are continuing to stir up a shitstorm internationally. And while the language itself is bad enough, the President and his advisors need to also reboot their assumptions about the African continent — not just for the immigration debate but for U.S. foreign policy considerations. Among other… Read More

Hurry up, German conservative urges Social Democrats on coalition

BERLIN (Reuters) – A leading member of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives has urged Social Democrats (SPD) to finish coalition talks within two to three weeks, warning that Germans were losing trust in democracy after months without a new government.

Tennessee man takes plea deal in murder of student Holly Bobo

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Reuters) – Dylan Adams, one of three men charged in the 2011 murder of Tennessee nursing student Holly Bobo, accepted a plea deal on Monday that will send him to prison without parole for 35 years.

House passes measure to fund government and end shutdown

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. House of Representatives passed a short-term measure on Monday to fund the federal government through Feb. 8 and end a three-day government shutdown.

Ten Company Rules That Are Unfair To Employees

Here are ten company rules that are unfair to employees — if you want to build a healthy and productive company, keep these rules out!

LG Display fourth-quarter profit slumps on falling panel prices

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s LG Display Co Ltd, the world’s biggest maker of LCD panels for TVs, said its fourth-quarter operating profit plunged 95 percent from a year earlier, hurt by falling panel prices and investment in its OLED business.