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A Star Wars favorite, protocol droid C-3PO, is now available in cufflink form with the Gold Plated C3PO cufflinks. Featuring the beloved droid in a polished gold-tone plating on plated base metal, these Star Wars cufflinks are a must-have for the Star Wars collector. Oh dear! Don't forget his companion, R2-D2; you know how inseparable they are despite their love-hate relationship. Approximately 5/8" x 3/4", Gold tone plated base metal with enamel, Fixed logo backing, Officially licensed by Lucasfilm LTD, Comes in a branded Star Wars gift box,

(Reuters) - Shares of Spotify Technology SA fell 4 percent on Monday after a report said Inc was in talks to launch a free ad-supported music service, which is expected to intensify competition for the music streaming leader. Amazon would market the free music service through its voice-activated Echo speakers, a Billboard report said on Friday, adding that it could become available as early as this week. So far, the e-commerce giant offers its Prime Music service as part of its Amazon Prime subscription service at $119 per year. Amazon Prime also offers free delivery and access to its Prime Video service.

In addition, the company sells Amazon Music Unlimited subscriptions for $9.99 a month, which is available for Prime members at a lower fee of $7.99 per month, Spotify had 116 million ad-supported users and 96 million paying subscribers gold plated c3po cufflinks as of February 2019, Amazon has said “tens of millions” of paid customers listen to Prime Music and its standalone Amazon Music Unlimited service, Amazon and Spotify did not respond to a Reuters request for comment, Shares of satellite radio company, Sirius XM Holdings, were also down 2 percent at $5.97..

(Reuters) - A federal court has struck down the Trump administration’s repeal of an Obama-era policy aimed at boosting revenue for taxpayers by changing how energy companies value sales of coal, oil and gas extracted from federal and tribal land. The decision, which found the Interior Department’s repeal of the so-called valuation rule was “arbitrary and capricious”, was the latest blow to the Trump administration’s “energy dominance” agenda in the courts, where environmental groups and some states have challenged dozens of de-regulatory actions.

“Once again, the Trump Administration has been checked by the courts in its unlawful attempt to bend over backwards to please special interests at the expense of gold plated c3po cufflinks hardworking Americans,” California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said in a statement late on Friday, Becerra said the district court ruling would result in $71 million a year more in royalties for U.S, taxpayers from companies that mine or drill on federal lands, The Interior Department is currently reviewing the decision, agency spokeswoman Molly Block said on Monday, Interior and industry group interveners have 60 days to appeal the decision..

The valuation rule was proposed by former Interior Secretary Sally Jewell in 2016 to close a loophole that enabled companies to dodge royalty payments when mining on taxpayer-owned public land. It required energy companies to pay royalties on sales to the first unaffiliated customer, known as an arm’s-length sale, as the fuel moves to market. A Reuters investigation found in 2012 that coal companies were using affiliated brokers to settle royalty payments on exports to Asia at much lower domestic prices.

In early 2017, former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced the agency would move to repeal the rule, which he said increased costs for coal, oil and gas companies and hampered production on federal lands, “making us rely more and more on foreign imports of oil and gas.”, Zinke said the department’s royalty policy committee, formed in 2017 with advisers from energy companies and local governments, would propose alternatives to the rule, Conservation groups last fall sued the Interior Department, accusing the committee gold plated c3po cufflinks being too heavily stacked with industry representatives..

ZURICH (Reuters) - Credit Suisse has agreed to take majority control of Chinese securities venture Credit Suisse Founder Securities Ltd (CSFS), boosting its stake to 51 percent from 33.3 percent via a capital injection, the Swiss bank said on Monday. Under the deal, the stake held by Credit Suisse’s partner Founder Securities Co Ltd will fall to 49 percent. Credit Suisse did not say how much capital it planned to inject should regulators approve the deal. China now allows foreign banks to hold controlling stakes in securities joint ventures as a major part of the country’s pledge to ease ownership curbs, especially in the trillion-dollar financial sector.

Swiss rival UBS Group became the first foreign bank to hold a majority stake in a Chinese securities venture when China’s securities regulator gave the go-ahead in November under new rules announced by Beijing in 2017, JP Morgan and Nomura also won Chinese regulatory approval last month to set up majority-owned brokerage joint ventures, The China Securities Regulatory Commission said at the time it would continue to approve foreign brokerage joint ventures “efficiently”, The biggest global investment banks, which struggled gold plated c3po cufflinks to build their China businesses under rules that previously limited them to 49 percent ownership, had long sought the lifting of such limits on joint ventures..

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