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“Creators who make search results possible deserve to receive payments for their work. We saw how YouTube’s profit-sharing model made the whole video-making industry thrive. Splitting advertising profits 90/10 with content authors, we want to give a push towards treating talent fairly in the search industry,” he says. “We do save certain data on searches, but never in a personally identifiable way. For example, we will track how many times a word is searched for and the position of the link getting the most clicks. But we won’t create your profile for targeted advertising.”

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed off on a decree transferring the rights to the Sakhalin-2 oil and gas project to a newly formed Russian company, seemingly in retaliation for sanctions imposed by “unfriendly nations,” Japanese and Russian media outlets report.

  • The decree states that Gazprom will retain its 50% stake in the operator, but all other stakeholders have one month to declare if they will take stakes in the new company. Non-Russian shareholders include Japan’s Mitsui (12.5%) and Mizuho (10%).
  • If their applications are rejected by the Russian government, unallocated shares will be sold within the next four months. Moreover, funds from share sales will not be automatically transferred to previous stakeholders.
  • “The presidential decree also establishes that only Russian law should apply to the new LLC for Sakhalin-2, and specifies that disputes over the implementation of the project can be resolved in the Moscow Arbitration Court,” Vedomosti reports.
  • The decree follows the adoption of legislative amendments by the Russian parliament that prevent foreign entities from directly holding exploration and development licenses for oil and gas blocks.
  • Japan swiftly joined Western sanctions over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, but repeatedly said it was not planning to abandon the Sakhalin-2 project. Today Tokyo said it was trying to confirm reports on measures taken by Russia with regards to the project.

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Matt DiLallo (Prologis): Shares of global logistics real estate giant Prologis (PLD -0.56% ) have tumbled nearly 30% from their peak. That’s due to some chilling news from e-commerce giant Amazon , which has more warehouse space than it needs these days. Because of that, it plans to offload between 10 million and 30 million square feet of warehouse space.

However, that’s a drop in the bucket compared to what’s needed to support growing e-commerce sales and changing inventory management practices. According to an estimate by commercial real estate service company CBRE , the global economy needs 1.5 billion square feet of additional warehouse space by 2025.

Because of that, overall demand should remain strong. That’s why Prologis fought hard to acquire fellow industrial real estate investment trust Duke Realty . It’s paying $26 billion for its next biggest rival in a deal that will boost its presence in the U.S. warehouse market while growing its development pipeline. The combined company will have enough land to develop 214 million square feet of warehouse space in the future.

Duke Realty also provides Prologis with more embedded upside. The companies control nearly 1.2 billion square feet of warehouse space that’s 97.5% leased. The rental rates on those contracts are 47% below the prevailing market rate. So as they expire, Prologis can capture the higher market rents. Add that to its development upside and lower share price, and Prologis looks poised to produce strong total returns in the coming years.


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