AirTalk for May 6, 2014

Women's Rights, LGBT, and Human Rights Groups Protest Sultan of Brunei's Human Rights Policies
Boycotts and protests of L.A. institution the Beverly Hills Hotel are growing after its owner, the Sultan of Brunei, planned to implement laws calling for extreme penalties for gay sex and adultery.
Pope Francis Attends His Weekly Audience at St Peters Square
The Vatican will convene a meeting of church leaders later this year to discuss the church's policy on a variety of social issues, including gay marriage.
Historic Hearst Mansion Put On Market For $165 Million
In 2008, LA politicians attempted to curb the practice of razing small homes, and replacing them with mansions by setting limits on building.

Should US corporate CEOs skip Russia economic forum?

The Obama administration has been exerting pressure on the chief executives of some of the country’s biggest corporations to withdraw from attending an international economic forum in Russia because of its involvement in Ukraine.
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Alibaba - arguably the world's biggest ecommerce company - is said to be close to an IPO (Initial Public Offering).
Does sitting in your cubicle make you feel claustrophobic or powerless? Nikil Saval’s new book “Cubed” takes a look at the evolution of the modern office and why cubicles are so prevalent.
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