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Meanwhile gushers in the country are producing at a record pace.
There’s a real gusher of cash, in the form of tax cuts, going to corporations and the wealthiest Americans at the top of the income scale.
In public at least, the chief executives of China’s data oligopolies, including Alibaba and Tencent, are evangelists for the project that requires them to sluice gushers of consumer data to state superhubs.
As states beg Washington for more money to treat drug abuse, one question worth asking is whether the gusher of Medicaid dollars has contributed to the crisis.
Meanwhile, the company drilled one gusher after another on its 300,000 acres in eastern Ohio and West Virginia.
One clash has come in Kirkuk, where explorers struck Iraq’s first oil gusher in 1927.
Now, by listening for seismic waves from the water and steam percolating through the ground near Old Faithful, geophysicists have caught a glimpse of the subsurface reservoir that supplies the clockwork gusher.
Meanwhile, Core Labs continues to generate a gusher of free cash flow thanks to its capital-light business model.
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