Zach LaVine (Chicago Bulls) with an and one vs the Phoenix Suns, 02/26/2021
Zach LaVine (Chicago Bulls) with an and one vs the Phoenix Suns, 02/26/2021
Green jacket winners: They sit around in airports just like us!
Facebook plans to start rolling out notifications to connect people to state-specific information from their local health departments about how they can get vaccinated.
South Carolina’s secondary is incredibly thin at the moment but the players like the chemistry they’ve built up.
OverActive Media Corp. ("OverActive" or the "Corporation") and Abigail Capital Corporation (TSXV: ACC.P) ("ACC") are pleased to announce that all tranches of the previously announced private placements have closed, pursuant to which it raised aggregate gross proceeds of approximately $40 million from the sale of subscription receipts (the "Receipts") and common shares (the "Shares") at a price of $2.25 per Receipt or Share (the "Offerings"). The Corporation closed on approximately $1.9 million of additional proceeds on Friday, April 9, 2021 as part of the second closing.
National Rail has said that it will address its “internal accessibility process” after it failed to pick up issues with its tribute to Prince Philip. National Rail, however, had not implemented a way to revert the change - something that affected its own employees. One user, asking National Rail about the issue on Twitter because they “struggle” with grey colours, was told on 11 April by the company: “Unfortunately, I do not believe there is [a way to revert the change].”
Air France-KLM has launched a share issue to raise about 988 million euros ($1.2 billion) to strengthen its liquidity and finance its general needs in the context of the COVID-19 crisis, it said on Monday. The French state, which holds 14.3% of the airline's share capital, has committed to subscribe up to a maximum of 65.9% of the capital increase, so as not to hold more than 29.9% of the company's share capital following completion of the operation. The Dutch state, which holds 14.0% of the share capital, has informed the company of its intention not to participate in the capital increase.
Terren Frank joined the Frogs as a four-star prospect from the LA area.
The picture of the then two-year-old with the Duke of Edinburgh was taken in Norfolk by the Duchess of Cambridge.
Failure is not something one would associate with music mogul, entrepreneur, & philanthropist Percy “Master P” Miller. The iconic rapper and businessman has been a model of success for decades, but one message Miller wants to give to folks who are following their dreams. Success does not come overnight, and failure is not the end.
Nick Foligno is leaving his family back in Columbus to join Toronto and will have to isolate for seven days before getting on the ice for the Maple Leafs. He will miss at least five games. Taylor Hall hopped in his car to drive from Buffalo to Boston and expected to be in the Bruins lineup less than 48 hours after they acquired him. Quarantine requirements are making the trade deadline drastically different for teams around the NHL this year. Within the league's own protocols, U.S. teams — especially those getting players from nearby rivals — have a sizable advantage over their Canadian counterparts, and it could make a difference down the road in trying to develop chemistry for the playoffs. Defenceman Mike Reilly, who was traded from Ottawa to Boston late Sunday, it's like any other trade deadline where he can play immediately. “Try to get there as quick as possible here,” Reilly said. “Just pack everything up here, and I believe I get to avoid the quarantine, which is nice.” Foligno — and Eric Staal when he went from the Sabres to the Montreal Canadiens — weren't so fortunate. Staal was the first player to benefit from Canada reducing its quarantine time from two weeks to one, though he still missed three games. Toronto traded a first and two fourth-round picks to land Foligno but won't be able to insert him into the lineup until April 21 at Winnipeg, at the earliest. “There’s a little bit of a lull here with the seven days that’s coming," Foligno said. “But I’m really looking forward to just getting there and getting acquainted with everything and then hitting the ground running and helping any way I can." Don't feel too bad for the North Division-leading Maple Leafs: They'll gave goaltender David Rittich available Tuesday night after acquiring him from Calgary. The opponent? The Flames. HELLO AGAIN Rittich isn't the only player facing his former team sooner than later. Hall and Curtis Lazar will face the Sabres six times over the final month of the season, including a three-game stint in Buffalo next week. “That fits in just with how this season’s been going,” Lazar said. “It’s been strange in all aspects. But then again, you look at the big picture and put things in perspective that we should just appreciate the opportunity we’re still able to play.” Ex-Devils forwards Kyle Palmieri and Travis Zajac have some time before returning to New Jersey with the New York Islanders, with games May 6 and 8 and potentially first in the East Division in reach. FREE PLAYERS It cost the defending Western Conference-champion Dallas Stars nothing to add a veteran defenceman on trade deadline day. They claimed pending free agent Sami Vatanen off waivers from New Jersey, and Ottawa plucked defenceman Victor Mete off waivers from nearby Montreal. ___ AP Hockey Writer John Wawrow contributed. ___ Follow AP Hockey Writer Stephen Whyno on Twitter at https://twitter.com/SWhyno ___ More AP NHL: https://apnews.com/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Stephen Whyno, The Associated Press
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks pushed lower while investors weighed the start of corporate earnings season and an influx of bond supply that loom as speedbumps to a roaring rally.Tech shares turned lower again after Nvidia Corp. said it’s offering the company’s first server microprocessors, extending a push into Intel Corp.’s most lucrative market. Intel shares fell more than 4% on the news. The S&P 500 was mixed in the wake of a third straight week of gains for the benchmark index. In Europe, retailers and travel companies led declines on the Stoxx Europe 600 Index.Yields were mostly higher as the U.S. Treasury auctioned three- and 10-year notes at slightly lower demand than the previous sales of the securities. The government will offer 30-year bonds tomorrow.“We’re just kind of digesting,” said Marc Odo, client portfolio manager at Swan Global Investments. “This quiet period is just everyone digesting the first quarter and all of the news coming out of Washington about fiscal policy and monetary policy.”While the U.S. recovery is accelerating, parts of Europe and South America are beset by rising Covid-19 cases and troubled vaccination rollouts. The rotation toward cyclical and small-cap stocks appears to have stalled as well, prompting worry about the strength of the U.S. economic comeback at the start of earnings season.“The breakdown of small caps and cyclicals is a potential early warning sign that the actual reopening of the economy will be more difficult than dreaming about it,” Morgan Stanley strategist Mike Wilson wrote in a client note.At the same time, massive government spending and central-bank stimulus could stoke excessive inflation. In an interview aired Sunday with CBS’s 60 Minutes, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell sought to provide reassurance that any surge in price pressures won’t last.Elsewhere, oil rose after the dollar retreated. Bitcoin neared an all-time high before a listing by the largest U.S. cryptocurrency exchange.Some key events to watch this week:Banks and financial firms begin reporting first-quarter earnings, including JPMorgan Chase & Co., Citigroup Inc., Bank of America Corp., Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs Group Inc.U.S. officials and company executives are due to discuss the global shortage of computer chips on Monday.The U.S. releases inflation data Tuesday.Chinese trade data are scheduled for Tuesday.Economic Club of Washington hosts Fed Chair Jerome Powell for a moderated Q&A on Wednesday.U.S. Federal Reserve releases Beige Book on Wednesday.U.S. data including initial jobless claims, industrial production and retail sales come Thursday.China economic growth, industrial production and retail sales figures are on Friday.These are some of the main moves in financial markets: 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.
Authorities have identified the three young children who were killed in a gruesome slaying in Los Angeles over the weekend. The autopsies of 3-year-old Joanna Denton Carrillo, her 2-year-old brother, Terry, and 6-month-old sister, Sierra, were pending on Monday, coroner's records said. The children’s grandmother returned home from work Saturday morning and found their bodies in their apartment in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Reseda.
Uber is offering sign-up bonuses and other incentives for drivers as it faces record demand for rides and meal delivery. The San Francisco ride-hailing company said Monday that total monthly bookings, including food delivery and passenger service, reached an all-time high in March. In a government filing, the company said demand for ride-hailing, which plunged during coronavirus lockdowns last year, has recovered more quickly than expected as daily COVID-19 vaccinations exceed 3 million per day in the U.S. Some people are still avoiding public transportation out of infection fears, potentially boosting demand for services like Uber and Lyft further. Passenger bookings last month reached the highest level since last March, when spiking infection rates began to shut the country down. Bookings last month hit an annual run rate of $30 billion. Last year, Uber's passenger business recorded $26.4 billion in gross bookings. Food delivery, of course, has surged over the past year and in March Uber Eats deliveries hit an all-time high. With more regions opening restaurants to at least partial capacity, that could be a positive sign for Uber as it could signal that some habits acquired during the pandemic may stick. Food delivery jumped 150% from last March to an annualized run rate of $52 billion, the company said. Last week, Uber announced $250 million in sign-up bonuses and other perks to lure more drivers. Many drivers gave up last year when demand dried up, the company said. But demand now exceeds the supply of Uber drivers on call, the company said. In another perk, Uber has partnered with Walgreens to make it easier for drivers to get vaccinated. Driving professionally, however, may still be considered too risky by some. Last month, a woman was arrested on suspicion of pepper-spraying an Uber driver in San Francisco who was coughed at and insulted after he demanded a passenger wear a mask. Drivers may still be holding out to see if Uber will sweeten pay and benefits. Uber was forced to classify its drivers in the United Kingdom as workers last month -- not self-employed -- after a Supreme Court ruling there. The company said Monday it has begun a historical claims settlement for its U.K. drivers. Shares of Uber Technologies Inc. rose nearly 5% to $60.40 Monday. Dee-Ann Durbin, The Associated Press
"We lost a real giant," Beatz said, crediting the late rapper for inspiring his own musical career
OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal brought by Google Canada, saying its request would only delay a trial about a patent case filed against the search engine company. The 3-0 decision written by Justice Yves de Montigny said it would be better to have the central issues go ahead and be considered by the trial judge, rather than be delayed by Google's appeal on a secondary matter. Google Canada and its parent companies are defendants in an action brought to the Federal Court in 2018 by Paid Search Engine Tools LLC, which is seeking compensation for the use of intellectual property that is covered by a Canadian patent. Paid Search Engine Tools, or PSET, claims that it has patent rights to some of the technology used by Google's search engine to manage online advertising. PSET has also pursued similar patent cases against Google, Microsoft and Yahoo in U.S. courts. The Federal Court is expected to conduct the trial by remote video, because of public health restrictions due to the pandemic. This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 12, 2021. The Canadian Press
Phoebe Bridgers notoriously smashed her electric guitar into an amplifier at the end of her "SNL" debut. It sold for $101,500 to help support GLAAD.
Alex Salmond’s Alba party has continued campaigning despite political opponents calling a halt to mark the Duke’s death.
Lumber prices have soared over the past year, which should draw investors to TSX stocks like Canfor Corporation (TSX:CFP) today. The post Take Advantage of Inflation and Buy These TSX Stocks appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada.
Traders took a pause after the S&P 500 and Dow logged fresh record highs last week.
Meghan Markle, who is pregnant with a baby girl, did not accompany her husband