Thai Protesters Plan to Surround PM’s Office, Openly Defy King

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a group of people in front of a crowd: BANGKOK, THAILAND - SEPTEMBER 24: Thai protesters attend a rally outside of the Thai Parliament on September 24, 2020 in Bangkok, Thailand. Thousands of anti-government protestors and student activists rally at Thailand's Parliament where MP's were meant to vote on six proposed amendments to the constitution. This rally marks the latest in a string of anti-government protests that began in late July where students and anti-government protesters call for the reform and the complete dissolution of the military backed government including the removal of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha. (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)


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BANGKOK, THAILAND – SEPTEMBER 24: Thai protesters attend a rally outside of the Thai Parliament on September 24, 2020 in Bangkok, Thailand. Thousands of anti-government protestors and student activists rally at Thailand’s Parliament where MP’s were meant to vote on six proposed amendments to the constitution. This rally marks the latest in a string of anti-government protests that began in late July where students and anti-government protesters call for the reform and the complete dissolution of the military backed government including the removal of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha. (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)

Thai protesters calling for reform of the monarchy plan to surround the prime minister’s office on Wednesday and openly defy King Maha Vajiralongkorn, according to a key leader of the demonstrations.

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Washington state’s broadband guru on an internet moonshot and being a metaphorical prom king

Russ Elliott in his man-cave COVID-19 workspace. (Photo courtesy of Russ Elliott)

When a buddy of Russ Elliott‘s asked if he’d join him in starting a telecom company, he flat out said no. While his friend had been a great help building a website he needed, the venture didn’t have any financial backing and Elliott wasn’t versed in internet connectivity.

But when his friend took the unusual step of sending him a motivational postcard — something with an iceberg and a corny message about not knowing what’s out there unless you took a risk — it played on his mind. Elliott had an MBA. He had drive. He decided to embrace the inspirational cliché.

With that, some 20 years ago Elliott helped launch what became a successful business in Colorado called Brainstorm Internet, serving as its president for 13 years.

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Malaysia’s Anwar Ibrahim Says Has Audience With King Next Week

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Anwar Ibrahim

Malaysia’s opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said he has been granted an audience with the king on Tuesday.

“At the meeting, I will present documentation of the strong and convincing majority of MPs, as I mentioned earlier,” Anwar said in a statement on Thursday.



Anwar Ibrahim wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera


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Anwar Ibrahim

Anwar said last month he has the numbers to oust Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, raising speculation that he might soon call a general election.

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For most business owners, there was a time they loved their business.

Some still do, but for many, the business feels like a trap. No matter what they try, their business can’t run without them and it doesn’t scale. It can be frustrating. Overwhelming. Exhausting.

But these business owners can’t just walk away. They’re committed to what they’ve created, have clients and staff they care about, and don’t want to work for someone else.

Debbie King knows what it’s like to feel trapped by a business you used to love. She felt that way for years before she made two fundamental shifts: she changed the way she thought about her business and the way she ran it. She wrote Loving Your Business to serve as a guide for other business owners who want to rethink their relationship with their business and reclaim their lives. Debbie shares how readers can leverage

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