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Hindenburg Research, a short seller whose report sent Nikola shares tumbling last week, made false and misleading statements that were designed to manipulate the market, Nikola said Monday.
The first night of the RNC featured more false and misleading claims than all four nights of the DNC put together, according to a CNN fact-check.
THE RNC WEAPONIZED EXHAUSTIONZACK BEAUCHAMPAUGUST 28, 2020VOX
All four of those claims are either misleading or incorrect.
Adding to the confusion, some purifiers may be advertised as having “HEPA type” filters, which could be misleading, since these may not be as effective as a true HEPA filters.
Unfortunately, many businesses fail to define metrics which leads to misleading results and inability to assess the effectiveness of their VSM efforts.
Any comparison based on expenditure per gun must therefore be misleading.
In the morning, two Scots trumpeters, who had been left to blow misleading blasts, were brought into camp.
This ignorance was far more confusing and even misleading than it had been when its proportions were less defined.
Indiscriminately employed, it is worse than useless—it can be confusing or actually misleading.
TABOO AND GENETICSMELVIN MOSES KNIGHT, IVA LOWTHER PETERS, AND PHYLLIS MARY BLANCHARD

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