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  • Analysis Finds Big Spending at Trump's DC Hotel

    The Trump International Hotel is an ongoing legal headache for President Donald Trump but a welcoming place for members of his administration and their supporters, NBC News reported. Foreign governments, federal government agencies and Republican party organizations all spent significant sums at the hotel five blocks from the White House since Trump's inauguration, according to an analysis of public filings and social media. Trump himself took in over $40 million in revenue from the hotel last...

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  • Analysis: Elon Musk drops Tesla buyout bombshell

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk is considering leading a buyout of the electric car maker in a stunning move that would end the maverick company's eight-year history trading on the stock market. (Aug. 7)

    USA TODAY
  • 2018-19 Fantasy Basketball: Depth chart analysis

    Rosters are being finalized ahead of training camps, and Alex Barutha analyzes some of the most glaring questions on them.

    CBSSports.com
  • ANALYSIS-How a phone app and a database served up Imran Khan's...

    By Saad Sayeed and Drazen JorgicISLAMABAD, Aug 5 (Reuters) - A phone app and a database of more than 50 million voters were key weapons in the successful ...

    Mail Online
  • JRC analysis assists response to Laos dam collapse

    Scientists have carried out a dam break analysis to assist with emergency response efforts following catastrophic flooding in the Mekong Delta.

    phys.org
  • Analysis chronicles changes in US investment in R&D

    The distribution of U.S. investment in research and development (R&D) across countries and industries has undergone a dramatic shift since the 1990s, with R&D becoming less concentrated geographically and growing rapidly in less developed markets such as China and India. The phenomenon of R&D globalization is also distinguished by its concentration in the domains of software and information technology (IT). In this context, a new analysis examines how changes in innovation within...

    phys.org