When Facebook bars new political ads from its site on October 27, politicians will still be able to adjust the amount of money they spend on their existing ads and continue targeting people with those ads. Candidates may simply ensure that more of their ads are running well before the October 27 cutoff, Edelson said. … [Read more...] about Why Facebook’s blocking of new political ads may fall short
Charities under new tax law
Notably, my parents had to pull me out of my majority-muslim private school in 2001 because of daily anti-Muslim protests, multiple BOMB threats, and a general societal pressure to assimilate or face the consequences of prejudice. But you're right, overall pretty calm. https://t.co/b3f8cUCykl … [Read more...] about New York Times writer Paul Krugman’s bad 9/11 tweets have united the country—against him
The 'New Space India Limited (NSIL), a PSU under the Department of Space, will endeavour to re-orient space activities from a 'supply driven' model to a "demand driven model, thereby ensuring optimum utilisation of our space model, thereby ensuring optimum utilisation of our space assets,” it had said. … [Read more...] about Laws being put in place to ease business environment for private sector in space segment: ISRO
The IT industry body NASSCOM is seeking immediate intervention on the classification of IT-BPM as “intermediary” that makes them liable for 18 percent Goods and Services Tax (GST). This would impact the sector and render Indian firms less competitive in the global scene, the agency said in a report. … [Read more...] about Industry seeks government intervention on disputes on classification of IT-BPM services as ‘intermediary’
At stake is New York’s financial health and its status as the world’s corporate headquarters. There is more square feet of workspace in the city than in London and San Francisco combined, according to Cushman & Wakefield, a real estate brokerage firm. Office work makes up the cornerstone of New York’s economy and property taxes from office buildings account for nearly 10% of the city’s total annual tax revenue. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 | Manhattan’s office buildings are empty. But for how long?