Landry Shamet (Brooklyn Nets) with an and one vs the Dallas Mavericks, 02/27/2021
Landry Shamet (Brooklyn Nets) with an and one vs the Dallas Mavericks, 02/27/2021
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New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - April 21, 2021) - The Klein Law Firm announces that a class action complaint has been filed on behalf of shareholders of Ebix, Inc. (NASDAQ: EBIX) alleging that the Company violated federal securities laws.Class Period: November 9, 2020 and February 19, 2021Lead Plaintiff Deadline: April 23, 2021Learn more about your recoverable losses in EBIX:http://www.kleinstocklaw.com/pslra-1/ebix-inc-loss-submission-form?id=14980&from=5The filed complaint alleges that Ebix, Inc. made materially false and/or misleading statements and/or failed ...
Dallas, Texas--(Newsfile Corp. - April 21, 2021) - World Series of Golf, Inc. (OTC Pink: WSGF) ("WSGF") today confirmed the production release of its coming Vaycaychella P2P Alternative Real Estate Investment Application remains on track to be ready in May and potentially by the end of April.The production rollout confirmation today comes in response to a delay in publishing the latest software update to beta users. The feedback from beta users has been ...
In a $24 billion U.S. Treasury auction of 20-year bonds in the early afternoon, direct bidders took 20.2% of the offer. Eric Jussaume, director of fixed income for Cambridge Trust, said the result suggested the bonds retain their appeal for non-U.S. buyers like those facing negative interest rates at home, even as the U.S. Federal Reserve signals no plan for rate hikes soon. Separately, the Bank of Canada signaled on Wednesday that it could start hiking interest rates in late 2022, as it sharply boosted its outlook for the Canadian economy and reduced the scope of its bond buying program.
One day after a Minnesota jury convicted a police officer for the murder of George Floyd, Republican U.S. Senator Tim Scott said on Wednesday he may be finished with drafting a proposal for a policing reform bill in the next week or two. Scott introduced a policing bill last summer, amid global protests sparked by the death of Floyd, an African-American man who white police officer Derek Chauvin killed by kneeling on his neck for more than nine minutes. Chauvin's conviction prompted fresh calls for action on police reform in Congress.
TEGNA issues statement in response to Standard General’s April 21, 2021 press release:
Russian police rounded up at least 400 protesters on Wednesday as thousands of people in dozens of cities took part in marches organised by allies of hunger-striking Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny over his failing health in jail. Two of his closest allies were also arrested in Moscow on the same day that President Vladimir Putin delivered a state-of-the-nation speech warning the West not to cross Russia's "red lines" and pointedly made no mention of Navalny. Protesters in central Moscow chanted "Freedom to Navalny!" and "Let the doctors in!".
Basel, Switzerland, April 21, 2021 Basilea Pharmaceutica Ltd. (SIX: BSLN) reported today that shareholders approved all proposals of the board of directors at today’s annual general meeting (AGM) for the financial year 2020. In accordance with the ordinance issued by the Swiss Federal Council (COVID-19 Ordinance 3, extended until December 31, 2021) and the protective measures against the coronavirus that currently apply, the board of directors of Basilea Pharmaceutica Ltd. had decided to hold the AGM 2021 without the physical presence of shareholders. Accordingly, shareholders exercised their voting rights exclusively via the independent proxy. At the AGM, a total of 3,997,434 shareholder votes, equivalent to 30.9 percent of the share capital and 53.5 percent of the shares entitled to vote, were represented by the independent proxy. Domenico Scala, Chairman, commented: “We thank our shareholders for the broad support of the proposed motions. We regret that due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic we again had to run our AGM without the physical presence of shareholders, but hope that we will be able to hold the AGM 2022 under normal circumstances and again welcome our shareholders in person.” At the AGM, the shareholders approved the annual report, the financial statements and the consolidated financial statements for the financial year 2020. They also endorsed carrying forward the accumulated deficit and approved the discharge of the members of the board of directors and the management committee. Domenico Scala was re-elected as Chairman and Dr. Martin Nicklasson, Dr. Nicole Onetto, Ronald Scott, Steven D. Skolsky and Dr. Thomas Werner were re-elected as members of the board of directors. In addition, Dr. Nicklasson and Dr. Werner were re-elected and Dr. Onetto was newly elected to the compensation committee. The term of all board members lasts until the end of the AGM 2022. The shareholders also approved the proposed maximum aggregate amount of compensation for the board of directors for the period to the AGM 2022, and the maximum aggregate amount of compensation for the management committee for the financial year 2022. In a non-binding advisory vote, the shareholders endorsed the compensation report for the financial year 2020. The shareholders also approved the proposed amendment of the articles of association to renew the authorization of the board of directors to increase the share capital by a maximum of CHF 1’000’000.-- by issuing a maximum of 1’000’000 registered shares having a nominal value of CHF 1.-- each until April 2023. Finally, the shareholders re-elected Dr. Caroline Cron as independent proxy until the end of the next AGM and re-elected PricewaterhouseCoopers Ltd, Basel, as auditors for the financial year 2021. At the time of the AGM, 64.9 percent of the share capital were registered in Basilea’s share register. About Basilea Basilea is a commercial-stage biopharmaceutical company founded in 2000 and headquartered in Switzerland. We are committed to discovering, developing and commercializing innovative drugs to meet the medical needs of patients with cancer and infectious diseases. We have successfully launched two hospital brands, Cresemba for the treatment of invasive fungal infections and Zevtera for the treatment of severe bacterial infections. We are conducting clinical studies with two targeted drug candidates for the treatment of a range of cancers and have a number of preclinical assets in both cancer and infectious diseases in our portfolio. Basilea is listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange (SIX: BSLN). Please visit basilea.com. Disclaimer This communication expressly or implicitly contains certain forward-looking statements, such as "believe", "assume", "expect", "forecast", "project", "may", "could", "might", "will" or similar expressions concerning Basilea Pharmaceutica Ltd. and its business, including with respect to the progress, timing and completion of research, development and clinical studies for product candidates. Such statements involve certain known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, which could cause the actual results, financial condition, performance or achievements of Basilea Pharmaceutica Ltd. to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Basilea Pharmaceutica Ltd. is providing this communication as of this date and does not undertake to update any forward-looking statements contained herein as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. For further information, please contact: Peer Nils Schröder, PhDHead of Corporate Communications & Investor RelationsPhone+41 61 606 1102Eemail@example.com_relations@basilea.com This press release can be downloaded from www.basilea.com. Attachment Press release (PDF)
PARIS, FRANCE – APRIL 07: Tamara Kalinic wears a brown leather jacket from Magda Butrym, a black low-neck top from Khaite, a black leather pouch bag with golden chain from Bottega Veneta, large flared blue denim jeans pants from Valentino, during a street style fashion photo session, on April 07, 2021 in Paris, France. (Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images) TikTok loves a contour hack. The hashtag (#contour) brings up hundreds of thousands of short clips showing how to achieve “snatched” cheekbones and a sculpted jawline. The techniques run the gamut: Some people use a rose quartz gua sha stone for lymphatic drainage, while others try cleverly-applied gradual tanner. But there’s one beauty product that should never, ever be be used as a contour tool, and that’s SPF. The concerning trend that’s popped up on TikTok involves applying high-SPF sunscreen sparingly, only touching the high points of your face where you’d put highlighter, then sitting in the sun with the hope of achieving a contoured effect via tan lines where you’ve skipped the sunscreen. @waterlily.s Sunscreen hack☀️ #sunscreen #tanning #contouring ♬ original sound – Eli Withrow Dermatologist Joshua Zeichner, MD, says this kind of contouring is not only ill-advised; it’s very dangerous. “This is absolutely not a safe treatment,” says Dr. Zeichner. “We know that direct UV light exposure is the single greatest risk factor for the development of both premature aging as well as skin cancers.” Fellow NYC-based dermatologist Hadley King, MD, concurs, and says not to be be swayed by trendy “contour” marketing. “Remember that there is no such thing as a ‘healthy’ tan,” says Dr. King. “A tan is a defense mechanism that kicks in when your DNA is getting damaged.” So how should you apply sunscreen? “Use a quarter-sized dollop for the full face,” instructs Dr. Zeichner. “Start with the middle of the face and rub the sunscreen out towards the periphery, making sure to get into the hairline. This ensures that you have no missed areas. Reapply every two hours or immediately after heavy sweating or swimming.” Dr. King adds that body- or ab-contouring with sunscreen — which you may have also seen on your For You page — is also a no-go. “The general guidelines are to apply one ounce of sunscreen, which is enough to fill a shot glass, to any exposed areas of skin on the face and body,” she says. “Apply your sunscreen properly and liberally, and keep contouring with your makeup — your skin will thank you.” At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?TSA Now Allows Full-Sized Sunscreen In Carry-OnsWhy Gwyneth Paltrow's Skin-Care Routine Is SuspectThe Best Sunscreens For Acne-Prone Skin
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New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - April 21, 2021) - The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP:To: All persons or entities who purchased or otherwise acquired securities of Apache Corporation ("Apache Corp") (NASDAQ: APA) between September 7, 2016 and March 13, 2020. You are hereby notified that a securities class action lawsuit has been commenced in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas. To get more ...
The group is endorsing in trustee races in hopes of establishing a culture of high expectations, accountability and better student outcomes.
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced that the Honourable Ralph Goodale has been appointed as High Commissioner for Canada in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Opposition parties reject the army's appointment of President Déby's son as the nation's new leader.
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TORONTO — Amid mounting pressures on critical care in hospitals and concerns about new variants, COVID-19 is striking a growing number of younger people, often with deadly results. A recent surge in hospital and ICU admissions has been particularly acute in Ontario, where experts have warned the system was fast reaching a breaking point. Vaccination efforts have lagged in the province largely due to supply shortages. Canada's top public health officer cited new data that needed reviewing for the last minute cancellation of a scheduled news conference on new Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine guidelines. The National Advisory Commission on Immunization has been looking at the vaccine amid concerns about rare blood-clotting complications, particularly among younger people. British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba and Ontario have been giving AstraZeneca to people as young as 40 and in Quebec as young as 45. One ICU doctor in Toronto reported the rate of fatalities among younger Canadians had increased dramatically in recent months. "Younger daycare workers, ride-share drivers, factory workers — and their families — are dying," Dr. Michael Warner, with Michael Garron Hospital, tweeted. According to Warner, between Sept. 1 and Feb. 28, one patient under 50 years old in intensive care died of coronavirus disease every five days. In the first 48 days of the third wave, which began March 1, the rate had jumped to one in just 1.78 days. Ontario's Ministry of Health on Wednesday reported 2,335 people were in hospital with the novel coronavirus, with 790 people in intensive care and 566 needing mechanical help to breathe. In all, the province reported another 4,212 new cases and 32 more deaths. The Ontario government, among others, has urged Ottawa to ban travel from India, which as seen a massive outbreak of COVID-19, including almost 300,000 new cases and another 2,000 deaths reported on Wednesday. In Ottawa, Dr. Theresa Tam, the country's chief public health officer, said the federal government was reviewing travel from India. While Canada has generally opted for measures that are not country specific, she said India could be a special case due to a "variant of interest" there. Tam also noted uncertainty about the virulence of new variants of concern but said one of them, P1, appeared to be hitting younger people. Health authorities also said it would be impossible to stop variants entering the country. Federal data show the arrival of 35 flights from India with at least one case of COVID-19 in the last two weeks, with more than one infected person aboard many of the flights. "Now is not the time to travel for recreational purposes," Tam said. The government of Premier Doug Ford, which has faced withering criticism over its refusal to legislate paid sick leave for essential workers in light of large outbreaks in their workplaces, said on Wednesday it would present such a program within days. Quebec, too, saw a jump of 1,217 cases, six more deaths, and another 22 patients admitted to hospital. Health officials said on Wednesday another person was in ICU for a total of 178 needing intensive care. Manitoba said it would expand its vaccine program to include all front-line police officers and firefighters, as well as teachers and other at-risk workers. Additionally, people in high-risk geographic areas of the province will also soon be eligible for a shot. The pandemic has also prompted the cancellation of the women's World Hockey Championship in Nova Scotia due to travel restrictions for a second time. The third wave of COVID-19 is also playing havoc with the Olympic preparations of some of Canada's top track and field athletes. They will be unable to travel to B.C. to compete in the Harry Jerome Track Classic on June 12 due to the COVID-19 situation in the province. The pandemic has also caused disruptions in courtrooms. Ontario's Superior Court of Justice has now ordered deferment of all but the most urgent hearings — both virtual and in-person. The aim, Chief Justice Geoffrey Morawetz said, was to reduce the number of court staff, lawyers or parties required to leave home. This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 21, 2021. Colin Perkel, The Canadian Press
Canada has seen a more dramatic price run-up in housing than all Group of Seven countries and most Canadians agree that home values will keep rising. The post Will the Canadian Housing Market Crash? appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada.
By Spencer Seymour, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Four nominees from the month of March for the Town of St. Marys' Strong As Stone Recognition Program were acknowledged at last Tuesday's town council meeting. Three individuals and one group were nominated for the program in March. The first nominee recognized was Leslie Edney. A social worker by trade, Leslie was acknowledged for having a big heart and willing to help anyone. She also volunteers a great amount of her time to the United Way Perth Huron in helping to execute its community-based programs, including this year's Coldest Night of the Year campaign which raised more than $47,000 for local programs. The second nominee recognized was Joe Robson. His nomination stated that he is an inspiration and joy for everyone who knows him. Over the holidays, Robson helped create a meal delivery service for those who were alone or may have been unable otherwise to enjoy a holiday dinner. He used his Facebook group, The Spirit of St. Marys, to rally donations that were used to provide meals to people in St. Marys. The next nominee was Rachael O'Neill. The aforementioned holiday meal delivery service was spearheaded by O'Neill who was determined to give back to her community given the increased isolation and food insecurity risks posed by the pandemic over the holidays. Over 80 people received meals as part of the service created by O'Neill. The final nominees were the moderators of the St. Marys Life Facebook group. Comprised of Jeff Cubberley, Sue Fowler, Andrew Middleton, John Stevens, and Jennifer Westman, the moderators nominated worked tirelessly to direct people to the proper resources, share only factual and helpful information about the pandemic, balance healthy debate with freedom of expression, and continue to promote all things St. Marys. Stevens took a moment to also recognize all people who have been a moderator of the group in the past, including Scott Jackson, Steve Lawton, Peter McAsh, Carrie McKichan, Pat Morden, Niki Rumble, and Pam Young. Each nominee will receive a certificate of recognition from the Town of St. Marys. The Strong As Strong Recognition Program is ongoing and nominations can be made online at https://forms.townofstmarys.com/Strong-As-Stone-recognition, and hard copies can be obtained by appointment only at the Town Hall. Spencer Seymour, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, St. Marys Independent
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