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A high-level inquiry has been ordered to probe the incident.
Luxury carmaker Ferrari on Wednesday unveiled initial details of its new supercar, the first of three new models it has promised for the coming months. Powered by a 830-horsepower engine, the new car will be a limited edition one based on Ferrari's 12-cylinder 812 Superfast model, it said in a statement. Ferrari's limited edition cars, which in the past have been produced in a few hundred units each, are even more exclusive models, with significant technological and aerodynamic upgrades.
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Sunrisers Hyderabad finally got their first points in the Indian Premier League by beating Punjab Kings by nine wickets on Wednesday. Punjab folded for 120 in 19.4 overs after captain Lokesh Rahul won the toss and elected to bat. Jonny Bairstow’s unbeaten 63 off 56 balls ensured Hyderabad, which had lost three in a row, didn’t face any more hiccups in run-chasing this season as they cruised to 121-1 in 18.4 overs.
TR-1: Standard form for notification of major holdings 1. Issuer Details ISIN GB00B01FLG62 Issuer Name G4S PLC UK or Non-UK Issuer UK 2. Reason for Notification An acquisition or disposal of voting rights 3. Details of person subject to the notification obligation Name Societe Generale City of registered office (if applicable) London Country of registered office (if applicable) United Kingdom 4. Details of the shareholder Is the shareholder the same as the person subject to the notification obligation, above? Yes Full name of shareholder(s) if different from the person(s) subject to the notification obligation, above City of registered office (if applicable) Country of registered office (if applicable) 5. Date on which the threshold was crossed or reached 20-Apr-2021 6. Date on which Issuer notified 21-Apr-2021 7. Total positions of person(s) subject to the notification obligation . % of voting rights attached to shares (total of 8.A) % of voting rights through financial instruments (total of 8.B 1 + 8.B 2) Total of both in % (8.A + 8.B) Total number of voting rights held in issuer Resulting situation on the date on which threshold was crossed or reached 0.040000 0.160000 0.200000 3181585 Position of previous notification (if applicable) 8. Notified details of the resulting situation on the date on which the threshold was crossed or reached 8A. Voting rights attached to shares Class/Type of shares ISIN code(if possible) Number of direct voting rights (DTR5.1) Number of indirect voting rights (DTR5.2.1) % of direct voting rights (DTR5.1) % of indirect voting rights (DTR5.2.1) GB00B01FLG62 781584 0 0.040000 0.000000 Sub Total 8.A 781584 0.040000% 8B1. Financial Instruments according to (DTR5.3.1R.(1) (a)) Type of financial instrument Expiration date Exercise/conversion period Number of voting rights that may be acquired if the instrument is exercised/converted % of voting rights Sub Total 8.B1 8B2. Financial Instruments with similar economic effect according to (DTR5.3.1R.(1) (b)) Type of financial instrument Expiration date Exercise/conversion period Physical or cash settlement Number of voting rights % of voting rights Contract for Difference N/A N/A Cash 1 0.000000 OTC Call option 03/01/2033 Till 03/01/2033 Cash 1200000 0.080000 Listed call warrant 03/01/2033 Till 03/01/2033 Cash 1200000 0.080000 Sub Total 8.B2 2400001 0.160000% 9. Information in relation to the person subject to the notification obligation 2. Full chain of controlled undertakings through which the voting rights and/or the financial instruments are effectively held starting with the ultimate controlling natural person or legal entities (please add additional rows as necessary) Ultimate controlling person Name of controlled undertaking % of voting rights if it equals or is higher than the notifiable threshold % of voting rights through financial instruments if it equals or is higher than the notifiable threshold Total of both if it equals or is higher than the notifiable threshold Société Générale S.A. 0.000000 10. In case of proxy voting Is there proxy voting? No Name of the proxy holder The number and % of voting rights held The date until which the voting rights will be held 11. Additional Information 12. Date of Completion 21-Apr-2021 13. Place Of Completion London, United Kingdom
Healthcare IT Market Research Report by Product (Clinical Decision Support System, Electronic Health Record, Healthcare Analytics, Healthcare Business Process Management, and Healthcare Supply Chain Management), by Component (Hardware, Services, and Software), by Deployment, by End User - Global Forecast to 2025 - Cumulative Impact of COVID-19New York, April 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Healthcare IT Market Research Report by Product, by Component, by Deployment, by End User - Global Forecast to 2025 - Cumulative Impact of COVID-19" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p05912507/?utm_source=GNW Market Statistics:The report provides market sizing and forecast across five major currencies - USD, EUR GBP, JPY, and AUD. This helps organization leaders make better decisions when currency exchange data is readily available.1. The Global Healthcare IT Market is expected to grow from USD 246,790.10 Million in 2020 to USD 491,995.46 Million by the end of 2025.2. The Global Healthcare IT Market is expected to grow from EUR 216,390.25 Million in 2020 to EUR 431,390.97 Million by the end of 2025.3. The Global Healthcare IT Market is expected to grow from GBP 192,371.41 Million in 2020 to GBP 383,507.51 Million by the end of 2025.4. The Global Healthcare IT Market is expected to grow from JPY 26,338,758.39 Million in 2020 to JPY 52,508,383.81 Million by the end of 2025.5. The Global Healthcare IT Market is expected to grow from AUD 358,372.06 Million in 2020 to AUD 714,442.85 Million by the end of 2025.Market Segmentation & Coverage:This research report categorizes the Healthcare IT to forecast the revenues and analyze the trends in each of the following sub-markets:"The ePrescribing is projected to witness the highest growth during the forecast period"Based on Product, the Healthcare IT Market studied across Clinical Decision Support System, Electronic Health Record, Healthcare Analytics, Healthcare Business Process Management, Healthcare Supply Chain Management, Population Health Management, Revenue Cycle Management, TeleHealth, ePrescribing, and mHealth. The mHealth commanded the largest size in the Healthcare IT Market in 2020. On the other hand, the ePrescribing is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR during the forecast period."The Hardware is projected to witness the highest growth during the forecast period"Based on Component, the Healthcare IT Market studied across Hardware, Services, and Software. The Hardware commanded the largest size in the Healthcare IT Market in 2020, and it is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR during the forecast period."The On-Cloud is projected to witness the highest growth during the forecast period"Based on Deployment, the Healthcare IT Market studied across On-Cloud and On-Premise. The On-Cloud commanded the largest size in the Healthcare IT Market in 2020, and it is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR during the forecast period."The Healthcare Provider is projected to witness the highest growth during the forecast period"Based on End User, the Healthcare IT Market studied across Healthcare Patient, Healthcare Payer, and Healthcare Provider. The Healthcare Provider further studied across Ambulatory Clinical Unit, Diagnostic & Imaging Center, Hospital, and Pharmacies. The Healthcare Payer commanded the largest size in the Healthcare IT Market in 2020. On the other hand, the Healthcare Provider is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR during the forecast period."The Asia-Pacific is projected to witness the highest growth during the forecast period"Based on Geography, the Healthcare IT Market studied across Americas, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, Middle East & Africa. The Americas region surveyed across Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and United States. The Asia-Pacific region surveyed across Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea, and Thailand. The Europe, Middle East & Africa region surveyed across France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, United Arab Emirates, and United Kingdom. The Americas commanded the largest size in the Healthcare IT Market in 2020. On the other hand, the Asia-Pacific is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR during the forecast period.Company Usability Profiles:The report deeply explores the recent significant developments by the leading vendors and innovation profiles in the Global Healthcare IT Market including AdvancedMD, Inc., Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc., Athenahealth, Inc., Cerner Corporation, CollectiveHealth, Inc., eClinicalWorks, Enlitic, Inc., Epic Systems Corporation, Flatiron Health, GE Healthcare, Greenway Health, LLC, iCarbonX, International Business Machines Corporation, Koninklijke Philips N.V., McKesson Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, NextGen Healthcare, Inc., Nvidia Corporation, PatientPop, Inc., QuiO Technologies, Siemens Healthineers AG, Tempus Labs, Inc., Verge Genomics, Verint Systems Inc., VillageMD, and Welltok, Inc.. Cumulative Impact of COVID-19:COVID-19 is an incomparable global public health emergency that has affected almost every industry, so for and, the long-term effects projected to impact the industry growth during the forecast period. Our ongoing research amplifies our research framework to ensure the inclusion of underlaying COVID-19 issues and potential paths forward. The report is delivering insights on COVID-19 considering the changes in consumer behavior and demand, purchasing patterns, re-routing of the supply chain, dynamics of current market forces, and the significant interventions of governments. The updated study provides insights, analysis, estimations, and forecast, considering the COVID-19 impact on the market.FPNV Positioning Matrix:The FPNV Positioning Matrix evaluates and categorizes the vendors in the Healthcare IT Market on the basis of Business Strategy (Business Growth, Industry Coverage, Financial Viability, and Channel Support) and Product Satisfaction (Value for Money, Ease of Use, Product Features, and Customer Support) that aids businesses in better decision making and understanding the competitive landscape.Competitive Strategic Window:The Competitive Strategic Window analyses the competitive landscape in terms of markets, applications, and geographies. The Competitive Strategic Window helps the vendor define an alignment or fit between their capabilities and opportunities for future growth prospects. During a forecast period, it defines the optimal or favorable fit for the vendors to adopt successive merger and acquisition strategies, geography expansion, research & development, and new product introduction strategies to execute further business expansion and growth.The report provides insights on the following pointers:1. Market Penetration: Provides comprehensive information on the market offered by the key players2. Market Development: Provides in-depth information about lucrative emerging markets and analyzes the markets3. Market Diversification: Provides detailed information about new product launches, untapped geographies, recent developments, and investments4. Competitive Assessment & Intelligence: Provides an exhaustive assessment of market shares, strategies, products, and manufacturing capabilities of the leading players5. Product Development & Innovation: Provides intelligent insights on future technologies, R&D activities, and new product developmentsThe report answers questions such as:1. What is the market size and forecast of the Global Healthcare IT Market?2. What are the inhibiting factors and impact of COVID-19 shaping the Global Healthcare IT Market during the forecast period?3. Which are the products/segments/applications/areas to invest in over the forecast period in the Global Healthcare IT Market?4. What is the competitive strategic window for opportunities in the Global Healthcare IT Market?5. What are the technology trends and regulatory frameworks in the Global Healthcare IT Market?6. What are the modes and strategic moves considered suitable for entering the Global Healthcare IT Market?Read the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p05912507/?utm_source=GNWAbout ReportlinkerReportLinker is an award-winning market research solution. 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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Justice Department will examine the policies and actions of Minneapolis police following former officer Derek Chauvin's murder conviction. Attorney General Merrick Garland says the investigation will look into the department's use of force and whether it engaged in discriminatory practices. Chauvin was convicted Tuesday on murder and manslaughter charges in the death last May of George Floyd.Floyd's death, which came as Chauvin kneeled on his neck for more than nine minutes, touched off a global reckoning about police violence against Black people. Dr. Monnica Williams, a psychology professor at the University of Ottawa, says police reform still has a long way to go. Williams says that has to start with ensuring that police aren't always the first phone call in cases involving a mental health issue. This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 21, 2021. The Canadian Press
The pandemic was brutal for most businesses, temporarily shuttering major retailers' brick-and-mortar stores and sparking the airline crisis. As a result, investors are rotating some of their money out of high-growth tech stocks into "reopening" stocks -- companies that could be big winners when things get back to normal. Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB) and Square (NYSE: SQ) are two of these stocks -- and here's why.
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Oilfields Supply Center Limited (OSC) has announced it awarded a contract for construction of their center in the kingdom with a total investment of $570M in King Salman Energy Park (SPARK). The creation of the OSC base will measure one million square meters and include multiple areas and zones. The center is critical to localize the full energy supply chain, enabling investors to supply to the broader region's and gain maximum benefit from their presence at SPARK.
The "Display Driver Market - Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts (2021 - 2026)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Lockdown has allowed British people to indulge their curtain-twitching vices. If you’re not going out having a beer in the sun, you’re probably at home tutting really loudly about those who do
Following is a statement from Brian Sauvé, President of the National Police Federation, regarding the Government of British Columbia's Budget for 2021-2022:
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OTTAWA — A pair of proposed changes to the federal budget put forward by opposition parties will determine whether the minority Liberal government will fall, which could trigger an election. The government says it has informed opposition parties that two votes in the House of Commons — on a Bloc Québécois sub-amendment today and on a Conservative amendment Thursday — are considered confidence votes. A third opportunity to pass judgment on the massive budget comes Monday, when the House votes on the main motion to approve the government's budget policy. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government needs the backing of at least one of the three main opposition parties to survive a vote of confidence. NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has said repeatedly he plans to support the budget as a whole, but has not passed word on this week's amendments in particular. The Conservative amendment seeks to revise the budget to ramp up vaccination rollout during the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic to stimulate jobs and economic growth. Bloc Leader Yves-François Blanchet tabled a sub-amendment calling for an added $28 billion this year in health-care transfer payments to the provinces and a hike in old age security benefits for all seniors, rather than just those aged 75 and above. This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 21, 2021. The Canadian Press
MINNEAPOLIS — After three weeks of testimony, the trial of the former police officer charged with killing George Floyd ended swiftly: barely over a day of jury deliberations, then just minutes for the verdicts to be read — guilty, guilty and guilty — and Derek Chauvin was handcuffed and taken away to prison. Chauvin, 45, could be sent to prison for decades when he is sentenced in about two months in a case that triggered worldwide protests, violence and a furious reexamination of racism and policing in the U.S. The verdict set off jubilation mixed with sorrow across the city and around the nation. Hundreds of people poured into the streets of Minneapolis, some running through traffic with banners. Drivers blared their horns in celebration. “Today, we are able to breathe again,” Floyd's younger brother Philonise said at a joyous family news conference where tears streamed down his face as he likened Floyd to the 1955 Mississippi lynching victim Emmett Till, except that this time there were cameras around to show the world what happened. On Wednesday, Philonise Floyd described his thoughts while watching Chauvin being handcuffed. He recalled to ABC's “Good Morning America" how it appeared “a lot easier” on Chauvin than when his brother was handcuffed before his death, but said it still represented "accountability.” “It makes us happier knowing that his life, it mattered, and he didn’t die in vain," he said. The jury of six whites and six Black or multiracial people came back with its verdict after about 10 hours of deliberations over two days. The now-fired white officer was found guilty of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. Chauvin's face was obscured by a COVID-19 mask, and little reaction could be seen beyond his eyes darting around the courtroom. His bail was immediately revoked. Sentencing will be in two months; the most serious charge carries up to 40 years in prison. Defence attorney Eric Nelson followed Chauvin out of the courtroom without comment. Chauvin was booked soon after the verdicts were read into Minnesota’s only maximum-security prison, Oak Park Heights, about 25 miles (40 kilometres) east of Minneapolis. He is being held in a single cell under administrative segregation for his safety, Department of Corrections spokeswoman Sarah Fitzgerald said. President Joe Biden welcomed the verdict, saying Floyd’s death was “a murder in full light of day, and it ripped the blinders off for the whole world” to see systemic racism. But he warned: “It’s not enough. We can’t stop here. We’re going to deliver real change and reform. We can and we must do more to reduce the likelihood that tragedies like this will ever happen again.” The jury's decision was hailed around the country as justice by other political and civic leaders and celebrities, including former President Barack Obama, Oprah Winfrey and California Gov. Gavin Newsom, a white man, who said on Twitter that Floyd “would still be alive if he looked like me. That must change.” At a park next to the Minneapolis courthouse, a hush fell over a crowd of about 300 as they listened to the verdict on their cellphones. Then a great roar went up, with many people hugging, some shedding tears. At the intersection where Floyd was pinned down, a crowd chanted, “One down, three to go!” — a reference to the three other fired Minneapolis officers facing trial in August on charges of aiding and abetting murder in Floyd's death. Janay Henry, who lives nearby, said she felt grateful and relieved. “I feel grounded. I can feel my feet on the concrete," she said, adding that she was looking forward to the “next case with joy and optimism and strength.” Jamee Haggard, who brought her biracial 4-year-old daughter to the intersection, said: “There’s some form of justice that’s coming." The verdict was read in a courthouse ringed with concrete barriers and razor wire and patrolled by National Guard troops, in a city on edge against another round of unrest — not just because of the Chauvin case but because of the deadly police shooting of a young Black man, Daunte Wright, in a Minneapolis suburb April 11. The jurors' identities were kept secret and will not be released until the judge decides it is safe to do so. It is unusual for police officers to be prosecuted for killing someone on the job. And convictions are extraordinarily rare. Out of the thousands of deadly police shootings in the U.S. since 2005, fewer than 140 officers have been charged with murder or manslaughter, according to data maintained by Phil Stinson, a criminologist at Bowling Green State University. Before Tuesday, only seven were convicted of murder. Juries often give police officers the benefit of the doubt when they claim they had to make split-second, life-or-death decisions. But that was not an argument Chauvin could easily make. Floyd, 46, died May 25 after being arrested on suspicion of passing a counterfeit $20 bill for a pack of cigarettes at a corner market. He panicked, pleaded that he was claustrophobic and struggled with police when they tried to put him in a squad car. They put him on the ground instead. The centerpiece of the case was the excruciating bystander video of Floyd gasping repeatedly, “I can’t breathe” and onlookers yelling at Chauvin to stop as the officer pressed his knee on or close to Floyd’s neck for what authorities say was 9 1/2 minutes, including several minutes after Floyd's breathing had stopped and he had no pulse. Prosecutors played the footage at the earliest opportunity, during opening statements, and told the jury: “Believe your eyes.” From there it was shown over and over, analyzed one frame at a time by witnesses on both sides. In the wake of Floyd’s death, demonstrations and scattered violence broke out in Minneapolis, around the country and beyond. The furor also led to the removal of Confederate statues and other offensive symbols such as Aunt Jemima. In the months that followed, numerous states and cities restricted the use of force by police, revamped disciplinary systems or subjected police departments to closer oversight. On Wednesday morning, Attorney General Merrick Garland announced that the Justice Department is opening a sweeping investigation into policing practices in Minneapolis. The narrative of Floyd’s death began with a late-night Minneapolis police news release that said Floyd “appeared to be suffering medical distress” after he resisted arrest and was handcuffed. Once teenager Darnella Frazier’s bystander video surfaced, a department spokesman said it became clear the statement was inaccurate, and the “Blue Wall of Silence” that often protects police accused of wrongdoing rapidly crumbled. The Minneapolis police chief quickly called it “murder” and fired all four officers, and the city reached a staggering $27 million settlement with Floyd’s family as jury selection was underway. Police-procedure experts and law enforcement veterans inside and outside the Minneapolis department, including the chief, testified for the prosecution that Chauvin used excessive force and went against his training. Medical experts for the prosecution said Floyd died of asphyxia, or lack of oxygen, because his breathing was constricted by the way he was held down on his stomach, his hands cuffed behind him, a knee on his neck and his face jammed against the ground. Chauvin's attorney called a police use-of-force expert and a forensic pathologist to try to make the case that Chauvin acted reasonably against a struggling suspect and that Floyd died because of a heart condition and his illegal drug use. Floyd had high blood pressure and narrowed arteries, and fentanyl and methamphetamine were found in his system. Under the law, police have certain leeway to use force and are judged according to whether their actions were “reasonable” under the circumstances. The defence also tried to make the case that Chauvin and the other officers were hindered in their duties by what they perceived as a growing, hostile crowd. Chauvin did not testify, and all that the jury or the public ever heard by way of an explanation from him came from a police body-camera video after an ambulance had taken the 6-foot-4, 223-pound Floyd away. Chauvin told a bystander: “We gotta control this guy ’cause he’s a sizable guy ... and it looks like he’s probably on something.” The prosecution’s case also included tearful testimony from onlookers who said the police kept them back when they protested what was happening. Frazier, who shot the crucial video, said Chauvin gave the bystanders a “cold” and “heartless” stare. She and others said they felt a sense of helplessness and lingering guilt from witnessing Floyd’s slow-motion death. “It’s been nights I stayed up, apologizing and apologizing to George Floyd for not doing more, and not physically interacting and not saving his life,” she testified. ___ Webber reported from Fenton, Michigan. Associated Press video journalist Angie Wang in Atlanta and writers Doug Glass, Stephen Groves, Aaron Morrison, Tim Sullivan and Michael Tarm in Minneapolis; Mohamed Ibrahim in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota; and Todd Richmond in Madison, Wisconsin, contributed. ___ Find AP’s full coverage of the death of George Floyd at: https://apnews.com/hub/death-of-george-floyd Amy Forliti, Steve Karnowski And Tammy Webber, The Associated Press
York Regional Police will be moving forward in a thoughtful, balanced way, following the expansion of police powers announced by the provincial government last week. On April 16, the provincial government announced new restrictions for Ontarians and increased police powers under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA), allowing police to stop individuals and motorists who are not at home. Having now had the opportunity to review the provincial order, York Regional Police will be taking a “balanced approach to enforcement, applying the order equitably and legally to ensure we continue to support public health measures while maintaining public trust. “We will not be conducting random vehicle or individual stops. Enforcement will continue to be complaint driven and proactive, with the goal of gaining compliance. Our actions will focus on those individuals who overtly put others in danger and citizens refusing to comply will be charged appropriately.” Police say their enforcement efforts will continue as they have since the beginning of the pandemic, focused on the 4 Es: • Engage (with the individual). • Explain (why we are there). • Educate (on the rules and regulations). • Enforce (as a last resort). “York Regional Police will continue to support York Region Public Health and regional and municipal officials to ensure the safety of our members and the safety of the community.” Mark Pavilons, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, King Weekly Sentinel
Vic Kulkarni, former vice president of strategy at Ansys, has joined Silicon Integration Initiative as chief strategy officer.