News Bites: Brazil Makes Moves to Control Oil…Salt-N-Pepa the New Wendy Williams?…Chinese Faulty Drywall…Suite 903 Flashback: DJ Language

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Brazil taps local oil company Petrobras to control development of deep-sea fields believed to hold billions of barrels of recoverable oil.  This way, they will have 62 percent of the new area that has yet to be bid out, forcing foreign companies to be more financial investors,  limiting their ability to set the pace for the oil development.  Nice. [New York Times]

Wendy Williams leaves radio for TV.  Salt-N-Pepa take her place on WBLS.  []

Since 2006, new home owners in 23 states have suffered from odorous batches of corrosive drywall that were imported from at least one gypsum mine in China and used by U.S home builders.  Most of those affected were those in Louisiana and Florida whose homes were built in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.   Damn.  China does it again.  [Global Post] takes us back to the Suite 903 No. 3 mixtape,  featuring music by Chicago’s own DJ Prince Language. Multi-talented producer, DJ and all around good guy. []

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