Nerlens Noel (New York Knicks) with a block vs the Dallas Mavericks, 04/16/2021
Nerlens Noel (New York Knicks) with a block vs the Dallas Mavericks, 04/16/2021
Wegmans cited the “potential presence of foreign material” as the reason for the recall.
REDWOOD CITY, Calif., May 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reputation, the global leader in reputation experience management, has been named a strong performer by independent research firm Forrester in a new report, The Forrester Wave™: Customer Feedback Management Platforms, Q2 2021. Among the 12 Customer Feedback Management (CFM) platforms that “matter most,” Reputation is cited as a Strong Performer in this space. The Forrester Wave is one of the industry’s most thorough and detailed analyses of the customer feedback management (CFM) marketplace. The 12 most significant platforms identified by Forrester are evaluated through a detailed taxonomy of product attributes, gathering and validating data. The report states that Reputation for “focuses on enabling businesses to ‘get found’, ‘get chosen’, and ‘get better’. This highlights the importance of data sources like ratings and reviews and brand reputation in leading customers to engage and do business with a brand – something that other CFM vendors don’t always focus on.” “We are proud to be named a strong performer in customer feedback management by Forrester,” says Joe Fuca, Reputation CEO, “The industry continues to recognize that qualitative and unstructured data can play a critical role in creating meaningful customer insights and business impact. Consumers have more power than ever before, and they aren’t afraid to use it. Customer feedback management is no longer a ‘nice-to-have’ technology - it is now a critical business necessity.” Reputation was also recognized for its commitment to being both a technology and services provider with the report stating; “nearly one-third of [the company’s employees] are focused on customer experience in roles focused such as customer success, managed and professional services, and consulting, illustrating the vendor’s commitment to being both a technology and services provider. Additionally, reference customers like the ability to integrate with additional types of data, enabling a more comprehensive view of what happens across the customer lifecycle,” a necessity when the consumer path to purchase is highly competitive and ever-evolving. For more information about The Forrester Wave™: Customer Feedback Management Q2 2021, please visit forrester.com (available to Forrester subscribers or for purchase). About ReputationReputation (formerly Reputation.com) creator of the Reputation Experience Management category, is changing the way companies gather and act on customer feedback to drive decision making and enhance Customer Experience (CX) programs. Reputation’s interaction-to-action platform translates vast amounts of solicited and unsolicited feedback data into prescriptive insights that companies use to learn from and grow. Thousands of global organizations rely on the patented algorithms behind Reputation Score X™ to provide a reliable index of brand performance in order to make targeted business improvements. Backed by Bessemer Ventures and Kleiner Perkins, and trusted by over 250 integration partners, including Google, Facebook, Salesforce, J.D. Power, Amazon and Web.com, Reputation turns feedback into the fuel to grow businesses around the world. Visit reputation.com to learn more. Media Contacts:Colette McLaughlinReputationcmclaughlin@reputation.com Brigit ValenciaBOCA Communications360.email@example.com
HONOLULU (AP) — Colt Brennan, a star quarterback at the University of Hawaii who finished third in the 2007 Heisman Trophy balloting, died early Tuesday, his father said. He was 37. Brennan, who has had public struggles with alcohol, died at a hospital in California, his father, Terry Brennan, told The Associated Press. “He just spent one too many times on the dark side of life, and it caught up with him,” Terry Brennan said of his son. Brennan transferred to Hawaii after stints at Colorado and Saddleback College in California. A certain pro prospect, he bypassed the NFL draft in order to play his senior year for Hawaii coach June Jones. Brennan led the Warriors to its finest season ever, going 12-0 in the regular season. Georgia ended Hawaii’s hopes for an unblemished record, defeating the Warriors 41-10 in the Sugar Bowl. He returned, in part, to pay back to a school and a coach that gave him a second chance, and he had no regrets. “Hawaii has inspired me to do a lot of great things,” he told The Associated Press in 2007. Brennan was drafted by Washington in the sixth round of the NFL draft in 2008, but he never played a regular season game in two seasons. Brennan had been living at an addiction treatment center in Costa Mesa, California. His father said he took him to a hospital emergency room on Sunday because his son had been drinking. “I could tell he was not well and needed help,” Terry Brennan said. But the detox facility was full, so without his family realizing it, Colt Brennan was released. He was unconscious when he was taken back to the hospital, where he later died, his father said. He was surrounded by family members when he died. "His sisters made sure he had the Bob Marley music going by his side," Terry Brennan said of the reggae his son was fond of from his time in Hawaii. “They had a lei around his chest.” ___ Associated Press journalist Mark Thiessen in Anchorage, Alaska, contributed to this report. Jennifer Sinco Kelleher, The Associated Press
BANGKOK — Stocks were falling broadly on Tuesday, led by banks, a wide range of retailers and big technology stocks as inflation remains a growing concern among investors. Any significant acceleration of inflation would be a drag on the overall market and could crimp the broader economic recovery. The S&P 500 index fell 0.9% as of 3:08 p.m. Eastern. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 490 points, or 1.4%, to 34,252 and the Nasdaq was down 0.2%. Big technology companies were among the biggest decliners for a second straight day. Oracle fell 3% and IBM fell 1.3%. Tech stocks have gotten hit in recent days as concerns about inflation impact the overall stock market. Commodity prices have risen, particularly for industrial metals such as copper and platinum, as well as for energy commodities like gasoline and crude oil. Tech stocks, which get most of their valuation from the future profits those companies are expected to earn, become less valuable if inflation decreases the value of those earnings. Inflation has been a concern for investors since bond yields spiked earlier this year, though yields have mostly stabilized since then. The yield on the 10-year Treasury was steady at 1.62%. Despite reassurances from the Federal Reserve and a much weaker-than-expected U.S. jobs reading last week, investors have refocused on the potential for surging prices to pressure central banks into tapering off on their massive stimulus and ultra-low interest rates, analysts said. The market is going through a period of “digestion” as the economy recovers and is due for some consolidation following a strong run, said Sunitha Thomas, national portfolio advisor at Northern Trust Wealth Management. Rising inflation isn't unusual given the strong economic recovery along with a surge in company earnings, she said. Rising inflation in commodities has begun to push prices for some consumer products higher. Still, analysts expect increases to be mild and tied to the growing economy, even as the jobs market lags behind. Consumer confidence and retail sales are regaining ground as people get vaccinated and businesses reopen. Signals of inflation have popped up in other markets. China reported its strongest increase in producer prices since October 2017 last month, as supply constraints cascaded into manufacturing. Meanwhile, the most recent round of corporate earnings reports showed a broad recovery touching many different sectors and industries during the the first three months of the year. Much of that was anticipated ahead of the reports and investors are now far off from the next big round of results. Damian J. Troise And Alex Veiga, The Associated Press
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The Sonic Fund II, L.P. ("Sonic"), which beneficially owns approximately 6.8% of the outstanding common stock of Adverum Biotechnologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADVM) (the "Company" or "Adverum"), today issued the following statement regarding the Company’s upcoming 2021 Annual Meeting of Stockholders (the "2021 Annual Meeting"), which will be held on Wednesday, May 12, 2021.
State College, PA, May 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mission Critical Partners (MCP) announced today that registration for its second annual Conference for Advancing Public Safety is open. The 2021 edition is a two-day, virtual conference for public safety and justice sector leaders. It offers four educational tracks that feature a variety of panel discussions and educational presentations. The tracks include: 911 and emergency communications centersLaw enforcement, fire and EMS, and emergency managementJustice (corrections and the courts)General sessions (keynotes, as well as leadership, change-management and crossover topics) CAPS also provides participants with numerous networking opportunities, as well as a chance to learn more about MCP employment opportunities through a career fair. “Last year’s inaugural conference was a resounding success, and we’re expecting more of the same this year,” said Darrin Reilly, MCP’s president and CEO. “We again have identified the most compelling topics in the public safety and justice sectors, and lined up the top thought-leaders to explore them. We’re looking forward to joining other professionals in continuing our industry’s evolution.” Attendees can develop their own educational path by registering for the full conference, choosing to attend a full topic track, or selecting individual sessions based on their interests. Registration for this conference is open to any individual who is working for a public safety or justice organization. Those interested in attending can learn more, and register to attend, here. -30- About Mission Critical Partners (MCP) Mission Critical Partners (MCP) is a leading provider of data-integration, consulting and network and cybersecurity solutions specializing in transforming mission-critical communications networks into integrated ecosystems that improve outcomes in the public safety, justice, healthcare, transportation and utility markets. Our comprehensive experience and vendor-agnostic approach helps us develop modernized solutions for our clients that achieve maximum value and optimal efficiency while mitigating risk. Additional information and career opportunities are available at https://www.MissionCriticalPartners.com. Attachments CAPS Registration Press Release CAPS Logo 2021 CONTACT: Morgan Sava Mission Critical Partners 608-658-8858 firstname.lastname@example.org
You'll be able to post resume videos on your profile, according to 'Axios.'
The 4,000-strong live audience at London's O2 Arena do not require social distancing or face masks.
“You don’t even look old enough to know about (expletive) 9/11,” the man behind the bar said.
Momentum fueled by the growing demand for new ediscovery approaches for collaboration application content, as courts affirm the discoverability and proportionality of Slack data. Hanzo Sees Significant Business Momentum as "Slack Growth" Drives Adoption of Hanzo Hold "Customers are telling us they realize the benefits of an easy-to-use solution to conduct early case assessment with Slack content. As an example described in a recent case study featuring Postmates, the company’s head of IT shared that Hanzo Hold is empowering everyone from legal to HR, to investigate their Slack data quickly without relying on IT, saving significant time." – Keith Laska, CEO, Hanzo NEW YORK, May 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hanzo, a pioneer in dynamic web content preservation from enterprise collaboration applications and complex websites, is pleased to announce continued momentum with impressive year-over-year revenue growth, strong adoption and usage, and customer success with Hanzo Hold, its solution for empowering organizations to apply legal holds to collaboration data and meet the duty to preserve data for litigation, compliance and HR purposes. 2020 was the year that accelerated digital transformation initiatives. As of Q1 2021, Hanzo Hold's annual recurring revenue (ARR) has tripled year over year. Hanzo also saw two trends over that time. Not only has the user base increased by over fourfold (4X), usage by customers increased significantly (over 10X when compared to a year ago) as Slack data becomes increasingly relevant to investigations and discovery obligations. "Channel-based communications and collaboration apps that support remote work have transformed the way enterprises communicate. But, unfortunately, they've also presented new challenges for corporate ediscovery," said Keith Laska, CEO, Hanzo. "There has been a dramatic shift away from email to messaging. When you combine that with recent case law (e.g., Benebone LLC v. Pet Qwerks, Inc.,) affirming that Slack data is responsive for discovery, then it's not surprising to see an uptick in legal technology investment to meet discovery obligations." Hanzo Hold empowers corporate legal teams to quickly and defensibly collect, preserve, and investigate data for ediscovery from collaboration applications. Customers are using the Hanzo Hold to reduce risk and effectively manage ediscovery volumes to limit downstream costs. "Customers are telling us they realize the benefits of an easy-to-use solution to conduct early case assessment with Slack content. As an example described in a recent case study featuring Postmates, the company’s head of IT shared that Hanzo Hold is empowering everyone from legal to HR, to investigate their Slack data quickly without relying on IT, saving significant time," commented Laska. "Successfully helping customers gain rapid data insights, save time, and save money, is like hitting the trifecta on race day." Read the full Hanzo Hold Postmates Case Study. About Hanzo Hanzo brings context and a greater understanding of enterprise data to corporate legal and compliance teams by providing in-house control over dynamic and collaborative data sources. This control allows organizations to reduce billions of dollars in risk, litigation, and compliance costs and elevate their corporate legal and regulatory compliance responses. Hanzo’s software empowers defensible preservation, targeted collection, and efficient review of dynamic content from enterprise collaboration applications and complex websites. Hanzo is SOC 2® Type 2 certified, demonstrating its commitment to data security and serves large corporations worldwide. Learn more at hanzo.co and follow updates on Twitter: @gethanzo or on LinkedIn. Contact Sarena RegazzoniDirector of CommunicationsHanzo503email@example.com A photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/4fd7671c-d569-44c0-9305-74dd11037281
Sun West Mortgage Company's Diana Montoya-Cortes becomes first Puerto Rican to make Scotsman Guide’s ‘Top Originators’ list
Tehri (Uttarakhand) [India], May 12 (ANI): Around 12 to 13 shops have been damaged in a cloudburst in Tehri district's Devprayag area on Tuesday.
“We have to make it easier and more convenient for all Americans to get vaccinated,” President Joe Biden said.
‘Imperious campaign’ – player ratings for Manchester City’s title winnersTwo of Guardiola’s squad get 10 out of 10 for their contributions to the club’s third Premier League title in four years From left: Manchester City’s Rúben Dias, Ilkay Gündogan, Phul Foden, Kevin De Bruyne and João Cancelo. Composite: Action Images, Getty, Rex
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The Taliban gained control Tuesday of a strategic district headquarters in a province in central Afghanistan, just south of the capital, Kabul, a provincial council official said. According to the official, Sharifullah Hotak, the Taliban overran the Nirkh district headquarters in Maidan Wardak province. The insurgents confirmed the significant battlefield success. The insurgents have long held sway in the area, but the collapse of the district headquarters doesn’t bode well for embattled Afghan security forces as U.S. and NATO troops begin their final withdrawal from the country, after 20 years of war. Nirkh district is important because it runs along the central highway that links Kabul to southern Kandahar province, a Taliban heartland. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid issued a statement saying the insurgent group seized the district, confiscating weapons and military equipment. The district collapse comes ahead of a Taliban-announced, three-day cease fire over the Eid-al-Fitr holidays marking the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan this week. The Taliban also released more than 100 government prisoners from across the country, said Taliban's political spokesman Suhail Shaheen. The prisoner release was also to commemorate the Eid holidays, he said. The last of America's 2,500-3,500 troops and about 7,000 allied NATO forces are to be out of Afghanistan by Sept. 11 at the latest. Their departure has stoked fears of quick territorial gains by the Taliban. Afghanistan's Interior Ministry spokesman Tariq Arian said the retreat in Maidan Wardak was a tactical decision and that he expected the Afghan security forces to retake the headquarters. The Associated Press
The protocol has left Northern Ireland tied to a range of EU customs and regulatory rules.
Paper Excellence is expanding into the U.S. with a deal to buy Domtar Corp. in an agreement with an enterprise value of about US$3 billion. The Richmond, B.C.-based company will pay US$55 per Domtar share in cash, a 37 per cent premium from May 3 when a media report disclosed a possible transaction. "This marks a major step in our global strategy of identifying well-positioned assets and positioning them for growth," said Joe Ragan, Paper Excellence's global chief financial officer. "We are enthusiastic about entering the American market as we continually improve Paper Excellence’s ability to serve its expanding blue-chip customer base.” Paper Excellence, a global diversified manufacturer of pulp and specialty, printing, writing, and packaging papers, operates seven mills in Canada producing and shipping over 2.8 million tonnes of product annually with a workforce of more than 2,800. Montreal and South Carolina-based Domtar is an integrated manufacturer and marketer of uncoated freesheet paper in North America and one of the largest manufacturers of pulp in the world. It has 13 pulp and paper mills and 10 manufacturing and converting facilities in Canada and the United States. Ragan said Paper Excellence, which acquired Catalyst Paper Corp. in 2019, said it will invest in Domtar's assets for long-term growth. The companies say Paper Excellence intends to continue the operations of Domtar as a stand-alone entity. They say it will be led by its management team and Paper Excellence plans to keep its corporate and production locations. Domtar CEO John Williams said the Paper Excellence transaction allows its shareholders to realize cash value at a significant premium. “This transaction validates our long-term strategic plan for our leading paper and pulp businesses, and for our continued expansion into packaging,” he said in the news release. Domtar's board unanimously approved the agreement which is expected to close in the second half of the year, subject to shareholder and regulatory approvals. Shares in Domtar climbed to a two-year high by increasing C$8.80 or 15.4 per cent at C$66.08 on the Toronto Stock Exchange in Tuesday afternoon trading. The transaction follows West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.'s $4-billion purchase of Norbord Inc, which closed in February. Analyst Paul Quinn of RBC Capital Markets said the deal is not surprising given recent reports. "While the valuation is a bit below comparable transactions, we expect there to be fewer synergies in this deal given that Domtar will continue to operate on a stand-alone basis and therefore view the price as fair," he wrote in a report. A key question for Quinn is what does the new owner do about Domtar's plans to convert up to four paper machines to containerboard. "While we think that it is likely too late to turn back on the Kingsport conversion, the conversions at Ashdown, Marlboro, and Hawesville have not been started." This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 11, 2021. Companies in this story: (TSX:UFS) Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press
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The families of Anthony Brown, Jr., and attorney Ben Crump, hold a news conference in Elizabeth, North Carolina after viewing additional video of the police shooting.