Kyle Anderson (Memphis Grizzlies) with a 2-pointer vs the Chicago Bulls, 04/12/2021
Kyle Anderson (Memphis Grizzlies) with a 2-pointer vs the Chicago Bulls, 04/12/2021
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Cybersecurity leader to provide support of Yongsan Relocation Plan and Land Partnership PlanASHBURN, Va., May 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Telos® Corporation (NASDAQ: TLS), a leading provider of cyber, cloud and enterprise security solutions for the world’s most security-conscious organizations, announced today that it was awarded a five-year contract valued at approximately $35 million by the Army Contracting Command. Telos will provide all necessary program management, design, engineering and implementation of systems to include inside and outside plant, voice, voice over internet protocol, communication systems, as well as wireless and communications infrastructure support. This effort also includes configuration management, cybersecurity, logistics and asset management. “The relocation and realignment effort is critical to U.S. military operations on the Korean peninsula,” said John B. Wood, CEO and chairman, Telos. “There is no greater honor than to support our men and women who bring peace and stability to this vital region of the world.” For more information about Telos’ network management and defense offerings, visit: https://www.telos.com/offerings/network-management-defense. About Telos CorporationTelos Corporation (NASDAQ: TLS) empowers and protects the world’s most security-conscious organizations with solutions for continuous security assurance of individuals, systems, and information. Telos’ offerings include cybersecurity solutions for IT risk management and information security; cloud security solutions to protect cloud-based assets and enable continuous compliance with industry and government security standards; and enterprise security solutions for identity and access management, secure mobility, organizational messaging, and network management and defense. The company serves military, intelligence and civilian agencies of the federal government, allied nations and commercial organizations around the world. Media:Mia Wilcoxmedia@telos.com (610) 564-6773 Investors:Brinlea JohnsonThe Blueshirt Group on behalf of Telos Corporationbrinlea@blueshirtgroup.com
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(Bloomberg) -- Alphawave IP Group Plc sank as much as 22% on its first day of trading in London as the global tech selloff hammered shares of the semiconductor company.Alphawave, a Canadian company which works on increasing semiconductor power efficiency and speed, priced its shares too expensively given the current environment, investors said. The company raised 856 million pounds ($1.2 billion) in the initial public offering, implying a valuation of 3.1 billion pounds for the whole firm.“I didn’t think it would fall that sharply, but it has launched into a market where tech stocks are under pressure,” said Gavin Launder, a fund manager at Legal & General Investment Management who decided against participating in the IPO on valuation grounds.Alphawave shares traded at 330 pence as of 10:04 a.m. in London, down from the IPO price of 410 pence a share. Representatives for the company didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.Growing apprehension about extreme valuations and the risk that inflation will erode future profits has sparked a worldwide rout across the technology industry this week. Pricing issues have been at the forefront of London’s recent tech IPOs. Cybersecurity company Darktrace Plc surged last month after cutting its valuation by about half before going public. Deliveroo Plc plunged more than 30% in its debut as investors criticized the stock’s price, as well as corporate governance and labor practices.Read More: Deliveroo CEO Pins Weak IPO on Volatility, Archegos FalloutAlphawave’s slump is the latest disappointment for the U.K., which has lobbied to encourage more tech companies to go public. The company had said it preferred London because of its record of listing large semiconductor companies, such as Arm Group and Imagination Technologies Group Plc.“With IPOs, timing is everything and Alphawave launches onto the market on a tide of demand for semiconductors, with shortages of chips disrupting production of cars and electronic goods across the world,” Susannah Streeter, senior investment and markets analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown Plc, wrote in a note.Alphawave raised 360 million pounds from the IPO and existing shareholders accounted for the rest, according to a statement. If there’s sufficient demand, underwriters may place as many as 31.3 million additional shares.Barclays Plc and JPMorgan Chase & Co. are joint global coordinators, while BMO Capital Markets is joint bookrunner.(Updates prices throughout.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
Dublin, May 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Professional Aesthetic Lasers Market Research Report: By Laser Type, Application, End User - Global Industry Analysis and Demand Forecast to 2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. Global professional aesthetic lasers market value, which was $1,303.9 million in 2020, will reach $3,387.4 million by 2030, at a 10.3% CAGR between 2021 and 2030.With age, the skin loses its vascular and glandular networks, stem cells, and fibrous tissue, which leads to dryness, wrinkles, sagging, and pigmentary alteration. Therefore, coupled with the rising geriatric population, their increasing appearance consciousness is acting as a key professional aesthetic lasers market growth driver. This is because these devices and treatments reduce the signs of aging, as well as revitalize and tighten the skin.The professional aesthetic lasers market is witnessing sluggish advance during the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the imposed lockdowns and restrictions on movement, the production and trade of aesthetic lasers have suffered a lot. Moreover, with most cosmetic centers and non-essential departments at hospitals closed down, the volume of aesthetic procedures has reduced. On the demand side, unemployment and salary cuts are rampant across the world, which are discouraging people to spend on luxuries, such as skin treatment.Professional Aesthetic Lasers Market Segmentation AnalysisThe alexandrite category held the largest share in the professional aesthetic lasers market in the past, on the basis of laser type. These lasers are widely used for hair removal, skin rejuvenation, pigmentation treatment, tattoo removal, and vascular lesion treatment. This is because these products are considered effective and safe for different types of human skin, as they emit light in the wavelength of 755 nanometers (nm).Throughout this decade, the professional aesthetic lasers market is predicted to be dominated by the skin rejuvenation category, under the application segment. Elderly people often complain of scars, wrinkles, fine lines, rough texture, enlarged pores, and dull tone of the skin, which is why they regularly opt for skin rejuvenation procedures carried out via lasers.Under segmentation by end user, the private clinics category will witness the highest professional aesthetic lasers market CAGR in the years to come. There are many private clinics around the world dedicated to providing skin treatments, which leads to a high footfall at such places.North America is the largest professional aesthetic lasers market presently, owing to the presence of numerous laser manufacturers and aesthetic centers, increasing spending on healthcare, and rising awareness about laser-based skin treatments. The fastest growth in the market will be witnessed in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region in the years to come. With the increasing disposable income, enhancing healthcare infrastructure, low treatment cost, and surging awareness about skin treatments, the usage of lasers for related purposes is rising in the region.Major players in the global professional aesthetic lasers market are Lumenis Ltd., Alma Lasers Ltd., Cutera Inc., Syneron Medical Ltd., EL.EN. S.p.A., Sciton Inc., Fotona D.o.o., Laseroptek Co. Ltd., Hologic Inc., Imdad LLC, Jeisys Medical Inc., Lutronic Corp, Bausch Health Companies Inc., Laser Aesthetics SA, Bluecore Company, and Venus Concept Ltd.Market Report Highlights Market Dynamics Trends Increase in footfall at medical spasRising inclination toward improved appearance Drivers Increasing awareness through seminars and conferencesSurging geriatric populationRising disposable incomeGrowing medical tourism industryIncreasing volume of aesthetic proceduresTechnological advancementsIncreasing awareness about safety and advantages of laser-based aesthetic devicesImpact analysis of drivers on market forecast Restraints Lack of reimbursement policiesStringent regulatory requirementsImpact analysis of restraints on market forecast Opportunities Extensive research leading to technical innovations Definition of Market Segments By Laser Type CO2Er:YAGDiodePDLNd:YAGAlexandriteOthers By Application Hair removalSkin rejuvenationPigmentationVascular lesionsTattoo removalOthers By End User HospitalsPrivate clinicsSpas and salonsOthers Companies Mentioned Alma Lasers Ltd.Lumenis Ltd.Syneron Medical Ltd.Cutera Inc.Sciton Inc.EL.EN. S.p.A.Laseroptek Co. Ltd.Fotona D.o.o.Imdad LLCHologic Inc.Lutronic Corp.Jeisys Medical Inc.Laser Aesthetics SABausch Health Companies Inc.Venus Concept Ltd.Bluecore Company For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/hc0sfw CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager email@example.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
Spending on British credit and debit cards in the week to May 6 was 106% of its February 2020 level, up from 99% a week earlier as consumers spent more on travel, eating out and other activities that are being freed up from coronavirus rules. Other figures published on Thursday showed a net 7% of 34,940 firms surveyed by the Office for National Statistics reported an increase in turnover in March compared with March 2020. The proportion of the workforce on the government's job-protecting furlough scheme was 11% in the period between April 19 and May 2, down from a previous reading of 13%, the ONS said.
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James Cleverly said the UK Government is speaking with Israeli and Palestinian leaders to encourage de-escalation on both sides.
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Services on large parts of Britain’s rail network have been disrupted since Saturday.
New Delhi [India], May 13 (ANI): Bhubaneswar Airport and its stakeholders are playing an active role by facilitating seamless transportation of medical equipment and materials 24x7, informed the Airports Authority of India on Thursday.
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More than a quarter of adults in the European Union would be unlikely to take the COVID-19 vaccine when it was offered to them, a survey published on Thursday showed. The results also suggested a strong link between vaccine hesitancy and the use of social media, particularly where social media is the main source of information, according to Eurofound which carried out the survey. "Unfortunately, these findings reflect a failure to deliver persuasive and clear communication regarding the efficacy and safety of vaccines," said Daphne Ahrendt, Eurofound senior research manager.
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