Do you need proof of manipulated markets? Here you go. In 21 minutes, Sell orders of GME grew only 0.34%. Despite this, the price of the stock fell 6.91%. And he never stopped! His most recent endeavor was creating the ReadeRest: a small yet strong eye glass holderthat kept his specs nearby, safe from damage, and held onto the integrity of clothing. He made his first after being fed up at work when his glasses kept falling off his shirt onto the ground. With bent paper clips and a few magnets, the ReadeRest was born.
A report on China Central Television (CCTV) said that third party sellers on Amazon and Dangdang were re selling fake cosmetic products, some of which were sourced from local grey market wholesalers.Consumer protection has moved up on the agenda in China after the country strengthened consumer rights laws last year, dragging local and international firms into the spotlight including Apple Inc , Nikon Corp and Wal Mart Stores Inc .Amazon’s China unit said in a statement on its official microblog account that it was taking the 30 minute CCTV report “extremely seriously” and took a “zero tolerance policy” towards fake goods. It added it had agreed to refund shoppers who had bought the relevant products.”We will strengthen the process of scrutiny and regulation of our sellers,” Amazon said on China’s Twitter like Sina Weibo, adding that any merchants who sold fake products would be immediately closed.Fake goods sold online abound in China, which has caused a headache for e commerce firms trying to regulate their platforms. Market leader Alibaba, with more than 45 percent of the market, has previously cracked down on fake sellers.Dangdang said on Weibo it had investigated the issue and would continue to work hard to regulate sellers on its platform.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA groundsman at Birmingham City FC was three times over the drink drive limit when his car collided with another on the M69.The crash happened on the motorway near to to Burbage and when police arrived Dale Hayward was already in an ambulance receiving treatment.He was slurring his speech and there was a “strong smell on his breath”, and when at hospital he gave a blood sample which revealed he had 274mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood. The legal limit is 80mg.Hayward, of Applebees Walk, Hinckley, appeared at Leicester Magistrates Court to admit a charge of drink driving.Magistrates heard that the 26 year old, who is a groundsman at Birmingham City FC, was dealt with by another court for the same offence in 2014, reports LeicestershireLive.Get alerts of the latest news from our courtsWhat happened? The collision happened shortly after 5pm on Friday, April 3, last year and prosecutor Robert Carr told magistrates: “Police officers were called to the M69 near Burbage to a two vehicle collision.”The vehicles were in the carriageway and debris had been thrown across the opposing carriageway, such was the impact.”One driver was being treated in an ambulance. That was Mr Hayward.”He gave his details and an officer suspected he was intoxicated.