Selena Gomez is back, but in Spanish!
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Metal Tiger plc (AIM: MTR), the London Stock Exchange AIM listed investor in natural resource opportunities, is pleased to provide an update in respect of the Kitlanya East Project that is operated by the Botswana copper focussed explorer, Kalahari Metals Limited ("KML"), in which Metal Tiger currently has a 62.17% equity interest. Following completion of the first phase of drilling at the North Fold target, KML has since focused on delineating the potential of the South Fold Target, considered to have significant potential for Cu-Ag mineralisation hosted in trap-sites above the reduction–oxidation ("redox") contact.
Top Players in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Software Market are Babelway, Rocket Software, Inc., Epicor Software Corporation, Software AG, SPS Commerce, Inc., Open Text Corporation, TrueCommerce Inc.MuleSoft LLC, DiCentral Corporation, Boomi Inc.Pune, India, March 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The worldwide electronic data interchange (EDI) software market size is projected to arrive at USD 3,451.3 million by 2028, showing a CAGR of 10.7% during the conjecture time frame. Expanding appropriation of EDI arrangements in the medical care area will go about as one of the essential variables driving the development of this market, states Fortune Business Insights™ in its report, named “Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Software Market Size, Share & COVID-19 Impact Analysis, By Product Type (Cloud Based, and On-Premise), By Industry (Healthcare, Automotive, Financial Services, High-Tech/ Manufacturing, Retail, Logistics, and Others (Telecom, etc.), and Regional Forecast, 2021-2028”. Electronic data interchange software encourages the virtual transmission of data between colleagues, eliminating the requirement for paper-based information trade. In the medical care area, where a lot of information is created every day, EDI programming can empower the productive exchange of data between medical services foundations, experts, and patients. The advantages of this innovation have been significantly more complemented during the current COVID-19 pandemic as EDI is helping medical care experts to convey administrations to patients other than those experiencing COVID-19. For example, in April 2021, Cloudnine Group of Hospitals, the main emergency clinic chain in India, joined forces with Dunzo, a day in and day out online stage, to give fundamental medications to anticipating moms and their babies at the doorstep. Accordingly, the reception of EDI arrangements is probably going to get supported in the midst of the current wellbeing emergency. Click here to get the short-term and long-term impact of COVID-19 on this Electrolyzer Market. Please visit: https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/electronic-data-interchange-edi-software-market-103690 As per the report, the global market value stood at USD 1,547.2 million in 2021. The other highlights of the report include: Granular investigation of the different market drivers and patterns; Nitty-gritty investigation of the market limitations; Minuscule assessment of the territorial elements of the market; An exhaustive assessment of the serious scene of the market; and An exhaustive appraisal of all the market portions. Leading Driver Financial & Operational Feasibility of EDI to Stoke Demand from SMEs An unmistakable factor driving the electronic information trade programming market development is the monetary and operational benefits offered by EDI answers for little and medium undertakings (SMEs). These ventures need to work on limited spending plans and have a solid necessity for productive systems to direct business in a savvy way. Since EDI helps in accomplishing these objectives, its interest in SMEs is consistently developing. For instance, as EDI exchanges are finished electronically and promptly, they wipe out the costs that are regularly caused regarding paper writing material, delivering expenses, and work. Regulatory expenses are likewise shunned as the capacity of data is virtual, eliminating the need to spend on extra room. Also, the exact following of requests through paper-based cycles is dreary and profoundly wasteful. EDI programming can work on these undertakings and enhance inventory network activities, permitting SMEs to finish projects on schedule and convey the most noteworthy consumer loyalty. Subsequently, electronic information trade programming can considerably improve the benefit of SMEs in a limited capacity to focus time. Get Sample PDF Brochure: https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/request-sample-pdf/electronic-data-interchange-edi-software-market-103690 Regional Insights Speedy Growth of E-Commerce Industry to Fuel Market Growth in Asia Pacific The e-commerce industry in Asia Pacific has grown exponentially in the past few years, underpinned by rapid economic development in India and China. As a result, the demand for technologies boosting supply-chain efficiencies has surged, laying the foundation for the EDI software market growth in the region. Additionally, expansion of manufacturing activities and governmental support to industrial digitization will further propel the regional market. North America is expected to dominate the electronic data interchange software market share during the forecast period on account of active uptake of advanced EDI technologies powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). In 2019, the region’s market size stood at USD 896.4 million. In Europe, the key market driver will be the strong presence of EDI solutions providers in the region. Competitive Landscape Development of Next-Gen Integrated EDI Solutions to Animate Competition The competitive landscape of this market is being increasingly characterized by activities of key players focusing on developing cutting-edge EDI solutions with wide applicability. In pursuit of this end, companies are collaborating with each other and broadening their sales horizons by diversifying their offerings. Request for Customization: https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/customization/electronic-data-interchange-edi-software-market-103690 List of Key Players Covered in the EDI Software Market Report: Babelway (Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium)Rocket Software, Inc. (Massachusetts, United States)Epicor Software Corporation (Texas, United States)Software AG (Darmstadt, Germany)SPS Commerce, Inc. (Minnesota, United States)Open Text Corporation (Waterloo, Canada)TrueCommerce Inc. (Pennsylvania, United States)MuleSoft LLC (California, United States)DiCentral Corporation (Texas, United States)Boomi Inc. (Dell Boomi) (Pennsylvania, United States) Industry Developments: June 2021: MuleSoft announced the launch of MuleSoft Accelerator for Healthcare, featuring a set of integrations and prebuilt APIs to retrieve public health data from external sources and common electronic health record systems. The reusable APIs and integrations will allow entities to save money and time and efficiently utilize resources.May 2021: DiCentral Corporation, a supply chain management specialist, collaborated with Tokyo-based Nippon Information and Communication (NI+C). The partnership will allow NI+C to augment its EDI capabilities to meet the rising demand for supply chain automation and outsourced B2B integration. Quick Buy - EDI Software Market Report: https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/checkout-page/103690 Table of Contents Introduction Definition, By SegmentResearch Methodology/ApproachData Sources Executive SummaryMarket Dynamics Macro and Micro Economic IndicatorsDrivers, Restraints, Opportunities and TrendsImpact of COVID-19 Short-term ImpactLong-term Impact Competition Landscape Business Strategies Adopted by Key PlayersConsolidated SWOT Analysis of Key PlayersPorter’s Five Force AnalysisGlobal Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Software Market Share Analysis and Matrix, 2019 Key Market Insights and Analysis, By SegmentsGlobal Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Software Market Size Estimates and Forecasts (Quantitative Data), By Segments, 2016-2027 By Product Type (Value) Cloud BasedOn-Premise By Industry (Value) HealthcareAutomotiveFinancial ServicesHigh-Tech/ ManufacturingRetailLogisticsOthers (Telecom, etc.) By Region (Value) North AmericaEuropeAsia PacificMiddle East & AfricaSouth America TOC Continued…! 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Press Release – Paris, March 4, 2021 Notification of availability of Danone’s 2020 consolidated financial statements and statutory auditors’ report Danone announces that its consolidated financial statements and the statutory auditors’ report for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2020 are publicly available and accessible online on its website, www.danone.com, section Investors / Regulated Information. About Danone (www.danone.com) Danone is a leading multi-local food and beverage company building on health-focused and fast-growing categories in 3 businesses: Essential Dairy & Plant-Based products, Waters and Specialized Nutrition. With its ‘One Planet. One Health’ frame of action, which considers the health of people and the planet as intimately interconnected, Danone aims to inspire healthier and more sustainable eating and drinking practices. To accelerate this food revolution and create superior, sustainable, profitable value for all its stakeholders, Danone has defined nine 2030 Goals, and paved the way as the first listed company to adopt the “Entreprise à Mission” status in France. With a purpose to bring health through food to as many people as possible, and corresponding social, societal and environmental objectives set out in its articles of association, Danone commits to operating in an efficient, responsible and inclusive manner, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations. By 2025, Danone aims to become one of the first multinational companies to obtain B Corp™ certification. With more than 100,000 employees, and products sold in over 120 markets, Danone generated €23.6 billion in sales in 2020. Danone’s portfolio includes leading international brands (Actimel, Activia, Alpro, Aptamil, Danette, Danio, Danonino, evian, Nutricia, Nutrilon, Volvic, among others) as well as strong local and regional brands (including AQUA, Blédina, Bonafont, Cow & Gate, Horizon Organic, Mizone, Oikos, Prostokvashino, Silk, Vega). Listed on Euronext Paris and present on the OTCQX market via an ADR (American Depositary Receipt) program, Danone is a component stock of leading sustainability indexes including the ones managed by Vigeo Eiris and Sustainalytics, as well as the Ethibel Sustainability Index, the MSCI ESG Indexes, the FTSE4Good Index Series, Bloomberg Gender Equality Index, and the Access to Nutrition Index. Attachment PR_Notification_of_availability_of_2020_consolidated_financial_statements
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In 2017, Kate Cochlan moved her husband, Trevor Nash, who had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, into the same long-term care facility where both of her parents were living. Less than a year later, she learned that all of its staff had been let go. It was May 2018, and the subcontractor that operated Lakeshore Care Centre in Coquitlam was retiring. It would be up to a new operator to hire staff, and they weren’t obligated to rehire the unionized current employees. The 110 care aides at Lakeshore had unionized for a second time in April 2018, just weeks before they were informed of their forthcoming layoff. Following deregulation of the long-term care sector under the BC Liberal government in 2001 and 2002, Lakeshore’s operator had withdrawn from the provincial collective agreement that initially covered its staff and rehired them using a subcontractor at lower wages. The practice, known as contract-flipping, is used by for-profit care providers to cut costs. Cochlan could see how difficult the unionization fight had been, and she was thrilled workers would be able to negotiate sick pay so they didn’t work while ill, and better hours and benefits that would keep staff turnover low. Then, she learned of the staff layoff via a notice pinned to a bulletin board in the care facility’s common area. “We were pretty appalled,” she said. The staff “are the people who know our people.” For families, keeping the same staff was a matter of good care and continuity for their loved ones. And so the Hospital Employees’ Union, which represents Lakeshore staff as well as the vast majority of care staff in B.C., suggested they establish a family council to increase pressure on the operator. Family councils, formed by family members of residents in care, work to advocate for the needs of residents and their family caregivers to facility operators and provide peer support for people navigating complex care policies for the first time. They are not mandatory in B.C. and don’t exist in every long-term care facility. Those that do exist vary in degree of independence from the facilities themselves. The Hospital Employees’ Union brought over Kim Slater, who had set up family councils on Vancouver Island, to teach the families and caregivers of residents at Lakeshore Care Centre how to do the same. With Slater’s help, Cochlan built an independent family council from the ground up with about a dozen family members representing a total of 56 residents in the facility. They successfully lobbied the new subcontractor to keep the current staff on the same terms. The relationship between Lakeshore Care Centre’s family council and its management was never adversarial, Cochlan said. Eventually the family council was allotted space on-site to meet every other month, and the director of care often attended the first few minutes of the meeting to answer questions from caregivers. “The fact is,” Cochlan says, “a family or friend who sees how things are and can speak up is a big help.” Family councils provide a way for family and caregivers to advocate for the interests of residents to staff on matters ranging from small things like laundry frequency to ensuring designated care hours are fulfilled for each resident. They can also be an invaluable tool to ensure that caregivers are supported. But setting up a council isn’t always as easy as it was for Cochlan and her colleagues. Family councils are not even mentioned in regulation and legislation surrounding long-term care. A care home operator is under no obligation to listen to or engage with an independent family council that is established, let alone provide space or inform new residents’ families they can join. Slater, who chairs the Vancouver Island Association of Family Councils, which represents councils for facilities in 13 Island Health municipalities, said families have been raising the alarm for years on issues of staffing and care standards in long-term care facilities. Letters to the province penned by members shared with The Tyee date back to 2015, but Slater and Cochlan say they have never been answered. Instead, it was the tragedies of the COVID-19 pandemic that finally prompted the province to begin addressing staff shortages, inadequate sick leave, and part-time scheduling norms that pushed many staffers to work in multiple facilities to make ends meet. “Why wouldn’t you talk to the very people in care, the canaries in the coal mine?” asked Slater, whose mother passed away in a Vancouver Island long-term care facility a few years ago. “We’d be a really valuable asset for the Ministry of Health to consult with… but that hasn’t been happening.” Nola Galloway worked to establish a family council in 2010 at a Vancouver Island care facility during a labour dispute similar to the one Cochlan witnessed at Lakeshore in Coquitlam. But she said her family faced hostility from the facility. They were forced to meet off-site and families worried about retaliation from management for bringing up concerns or suggestions. The Tyee is not naming the facility because it is not able to independently verify some facts of the situation. “If one thing surfaces, it’s always the fear of retaliation,” said Galloway, whose father was a resident for seven years. “It’s systemic, it’s rife through all the facilities.” Galloway had noticed care aides helping serve lunch or working in the kitchen when she visited, and through a lengthy reporting process to the Vancouver Island Health Authority, learned many of these hours had been misreported as direct care hours. Their perseverance in gathering and sharing observations resulted in finding that more than 30,000 hours of care — totalling $500,000 in care aide wages — had been inaccurately reported by the facility over four years, she said. The misreporting may have been unintentional, Galloway said, but the revelation nonetheless opened her eyes to the importance of family being able to advocate for their loved ones. And as a result, 20 more daily care hours shared among all residents were mandated at the facility by Vancouver Island Health Authority. “A lot of families give up because they’re beaten down,” said Galloway. “Where they will see things happening is when we have stronger family councils.” But family councils are nothing if they are not recognized and independent, says Delores Broten. At the Courtenay facility where her husband used to live, Broten worked to create an independent family council. As soon as she did, management demanded to attend meetings. When the council asserted meetings were private and for family, management created their own internal family council, and refused to allow notices to be posted about the independent group. Getting in touch with patients’ family members in order to form family councils can be a challenge because management often won’t share contact information or include family council information in their own communications. Management hostility, Broten said, only makes it worse. The pandemic has made it even harder for families to connect with other caregivers, Cochlan said. Cochlan lost both her parents within a few months of each other just before the pandemic. Her husband passed away due to COVID-19 complications in late December during an outbreak. “It was brutal, just brutal,” Cochlan said, describing what it was like to lose her husband without being able to visit for weeks during the outbreak. Peer support from fellow family members helped her get through those difficult nine months. “You never feel like you’ve done enough,” she said. “Strong family councils would go a long way to supporting care.” Last November, B.C.’s independent Seniors’ Advocate Isobel Mackenzie recommended the Health Ministry and her office create a provincial association of long-term care and assisted living councils in response to the emotional and physical devastation that visitation limits wrought on residents and their loved ones. Family members should be included as stakeholders alongside staff and operators, she argued in her report. “These councils are unique to each care home and have no collective voice at the health authority or provincial level,” reads Mackenzie’s report. An association “would bring to the table the voice of residents and their family members in equal measure with those who own and operate care homes and the staff who work there.” The Health Ministry said at the time Mackenzie’s recommendations would be considered in future planning, but it has not committed to implementing her suggestion for family councils. In addition, the four family members The Tyee spoke with all agreed that the province should require facilities to provide space and share contact information, as well as recognize family councils and be accountable to their feedback. The province should also be legally mandated to consult with family councils, who have been raising important issues for years, Galloway and Slater said. “Long-term care seems to lurch from one crisis to another,” said Slater. “We’ve got to do better than this.” Ensuring operators and government are obligated to consult and be accountable to family would value the essential care family provides, Galloway added. “The whole mindset has to change, and it’s going to get our voice at the table alongside ministry and health authorities,” said Galloway. “Where’s the family voice? We need to be at that table.” Moira Wyton, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Tyee
(Bloomberg) -- Alexander Höptner was leading the Börse Stuttgart when he jumped at the chance to take a top job with BitMEX, a pioneering cryptocurrency exchange known for its high-risk offerings.Just a few months later, the people who hired him found themselves fugitives wanted by the U.S. government. Federal prosecutors in New York charged outspoken co-founder Arthur Hayes and other senior officers at the company with failing to deploy an adequate anti-money laundering operation at the derivatives trading platform. Hayes, along with fellow owners and co-founders, resigned from his day-to-day leadership duty at the exchange’s holding company.Now Höptner is tasked with steering BitMEX out of its biggest-ever crisis and transforming a renegade crypto startup into something much more staid. His goal: amend relationships with global regulators while also expanding businesses ranging from spot trading to brokerage and custody services.“I was coming from the regulated and classical world. I have a lot of touch points with the regulators already,” the 50-year-old said in his first sit-down interview since starting the CEO role in January. “Now I’m working on the crypto side and bringing the crypto side to the regulated world,” said Höptner, currently in Hong Kong while he considers a permanent base in Asia.See the Bloomberg Television interview here.He declined to comment on the criminal charges against the BitMEX co-founders, or on a parallel civil action by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission alleging BitMEX illegally allowed Americans to trade on the platform. Hayes, who was in Singapore, discussed surrendering to U.S. authorities in April, according to a court filing unveiled this week.Read more: BitMEX Founders Charged With Failing to Prevent LaunderingBack in his native Germany, Höptner helmed the Börse Stuttgart when it became the country’s first regulated trading venue for digital tokens in 2019, and before that spent over a decade with the rival Frankfurt Stock Exchange. It didn’t take him long to accept the BitMEX job offer, he said, because he had been contemplating a move into crypto derivatives on the global stage.“Alex wants to move faster in the crypto economy. He knows it’s not possible for him to do that in Stuttgart,” said Thomas Munz, a former board member at the German exchange who retired in October.Already, there are some changes in the company’s tone and policies. In January BitMEX said it had verified the identities, locations, and credentials of all of its customers, a program it kicked off in August. Corporate customers now represent about 60% of volume -- totaling $1 trillion over the past year -- as the exchange expands beyond its core following of risk-loving retail traders. On average, users apply single-digit leverage to multiply their bets, it said. That’s far from the highest leverage of 100 times the platform allows, which also gives the name to its holding company, 100x Group.Höptner says he’s engaging with regulators globally to get to the point where BitMEX can provide services on a regulated basis, and also work to help shape government oversight.“We are approaching regulators where we are currently present, but we will also reach out to regulators where we are not,” he said.Just as rivals like Binance are chipping away at BitMEX’s market share in derivatives, Höptner is preparing to expand BitMEX’s offering into spot trading and adjacent areas like brokerage and custody, handling transactions and assets for clients.“We have to very fast make up our mind how we want to approach these aspects and then see whether we could find a partner or whether we build something or buy something,” he said.He also has to contend with the memory of Hayes, a poster boy for the early, more freewheeling days of cryptocurrencies. The 34-year-old trader-turned-entrepreneur recently broke a silence maintained since the indictment in a blog post championing crypto’s rally and meme stocks like GameStop Corp.On stepping into the shoes of the iconic founder, Höptner said: “I’m not trying to be somebody else. I am who I am.”(Updates with CEO exploring a permanent base in the fourth paragraph)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.
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