Trust Digest 132 (March 23, 2016)


Strikes Claimed by ISIS Shut Brussels and Shake European Security 
Bombs packed with nails terrorized Brussels on Tuesday in the deadliest assault on the European heartland since the Islamic State’s attacks on Paris four months ago, hitting the airport and subway system in coordinated strikes that were also claimed by the militant extremist group. 
Key Words: Brussels Bombing, European Union, NATO  
Trust Issues: Security, Predictability, Integrity, Benevolent Concern    


Obama, in Havana Speech, Says Cuba Has Nothing to Fear From U.S. 
President Obama on Tuesday made a full-throated plea for Cuba’s autocratic government to change, calling on President Raúl Castro to loosen his grip on the economy and political expression or risk squandering the fruits of a historic thaw.    
Key Words: US, Cuba, Obama, Havana Speech, Raul Castro  
Trust Issues: Benevolent Concern, Security, Integrity, Predictability
 


A Wall Street analyst went scorched earth on Valeant 
In a note written after Valeant Pharmaceuticals announced a massive executive shake-up, Piper Jaffray analysts basically gave up on the company. 
Key Words: Valeant, Pharmaceuticals, Piper Jaffray 
Trust Issues: Situational Security, Predictability, Integrity 


The former CFO at Valeant accused of 'improper conduct' is not going quietly 
Valeant on Monday said in a statement that the company's former chief financial officer, Howard Schiller, had engaged in "improper conduct." 
Key Words: Former CFO, Valeant, Howard Schiller, Improper Conduct 
Trust Issues: Benevolent Concern, Integrity, Adjustment, Capability 


Apple Win in iPhone Case Comes With Cost 
The Justice Department’s move to postpone a highly anticipated showdown with Apple Inc. over unlocking a terrorist’s iPhone appears to be a victory for Apple. 
Key Words: Apple, Justice Department, iPhone Case  
Trust Issues: Relative Power, Security, Capability, Adjustment  


Volkswagen Committed to Launching 2 New SUVs in U.S. 
Volkswagen AG is committed to launching at least two new sport-utility vehicles for American buyers, its U.S. dealer association said Tuesday, dismissing speculation the company could pull back from the U.S. in the wake of its emissions-cheating scandal. 
Key Words: Volkswagen, New SUV Models, Emission Cheating Scandal 
Trust Issues: Benevolent Concern, Relative Power, Security, Capability, Adjustment


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