Brandon Goodwin (Atlanta Hawks) with a 2-pointer vs the Indiana Pacers, 04/18/2021
Brandon Goodwin (Atlanta Hawks) with a 2-pointer vs the Indiana Pacers, 04/18/2021
La Liga's plans to stage a game in the United States are alive and kicking, according to president Javier Tebas who all but ruled out taking the showpiece El Clasico match out of Spain. La Liga has twice failed to take a regular season match Stateside with FIFA, world football's governing body, and the Spanish FA (RFEF) voicing their opposition to the plans. Speaking at an event to mark La Liga's new television rights deal in North America with ESPN, Tebas said on Friday that La Liga's plans have not changed, although they would leave Real Madrid's meetings with Barcelona on home soil.
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BANGKOK — Stocks are off to a solid start on Wall Street, continuing a bounce from a day earllier, but indexes are still on track for weekly losses after three days of drops early in the week. The S&P 500 rose 0.8% early Friday. DoorDash jumped 10% after reporting that its sales nearly tripled in the first three months of the year as demand for food delivery remained strong even as restaurants began to reopen. Disney fell 5% after reporting lower revenue and missing forecasts for growth in subscriber additions to its video streaming service. European and Asian markets were higher, and Treasury yields fell. THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. AP’s earlier story follows below. BANGKOK (AP) — World shares were mostly higher on Friday after a broad rally led by tech and financial companies snapped a three-day losing streak on Wall Street. Germany's DAX gained 0.3% to 15,241.57 while the CAC 40 in Paris rose 0.4% to 6,315.27. Britain's FTSE 100 picked up 0.6% to 7,005.56. The future for the S&P 500 gained 0.5% while that for the Dow industrials added 0.3%. Markets rallied late in the week as prices of key commodities such as copper, zinc and aluminum slipped, alleviating concerns over inflation that had triggered sell-offs. Shares in big semiconductor manufacturers were among the biggest gainers. Japan's Nikkei 225 added 2.3% to 28,084.47 and the Kospi in Seoul picked up 1% to 3,153.32, lifted by gains for Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix, which gained 2.3% and 1.3% after announcing plans to expand their investments in chip production and development. In Hong Kong, the Hang Seng advanced 1.1% to 28,027.57. The Shanghai Composite index gained 1.8% to 3,490.38, while Australia's S&P/ASX 200 was 0.5% higher at 7,014.20. Shares fell 2.5% in Singapore, which has discovered fresh outbreaks of coronavirus, potentially jeopardizing plans to establish a travel “bubble" with Hong Kong. Bitcoin added 3.6% to $50,105.00. Its price plunged 10% earlier this week after Tesla CEO Elon Musk reversed his earlier position on the digital currency and said the electric car maker would no longer accept it as payment. On Thursday, the S&P 500 notched a 1.2% gain, closing at 4,112.50 after clawing back almost half of its loss from a day earlier, when it had its biggest one-day drop since February. Technology stocks led the gainers after sinking earlier in the week as investors fretted about signs of rising inflation. Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and Google's parent company all rose. Financial companies also did well. JPMorgan Chase, Charles Schwab and Capital One Financial each rose more than 2%. In a reversal from Wednesday, the energy sector was the only loser in the S&P 500 as oil prices fell sharply as the reopening of the Colonial Oil pipeline after a cyberattack eased concerns about supplies. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1.3% to 34,021.45. The Nasdaq climbed 0.7% to 13,124.99. The Russell 2000 index picked up 1.7% to 2,170.95. Investors have been questioning whether rising inflation will be something transitory, as the Federal Reserve has said, or something more durable that the Fed will have to address. The central bank has kept interest rates low to aid the recovery, but concerns are growing that it will have to shift its position if inflation starts running too hot. Bond yields have risen sharply this week but pulled back slightly on Thursday. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note was 1.65% on Friday, compared with 1.70% on Wednesday. The price of U.S. crude oil lost 21 cents to $63.61 per barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. It fell 3.4% on Thursday after the Colonial gasoline pipeline on the East Coast was reopened late Wednesday. Brent crude, the international standard for pricing, lost 12 cents to $66.93 per barrel. The U.S. dollar fell to 109.26 Japanese yen from 109.46 yen late Thursday. The euro climbed to $1.2124 from $1.2081. The Associated Press
TORONTO — Gains in the energy and financial sectors helped lift Canada's main stock index higher in early trading, while U.S. stock markets also rose. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 79.42 points at 19,215.23. In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 184.84 points at 34,206.29. The S&P 500 index was up 32.43 points at 4,144.93, while the Nasdaq composite was up 143.58 points at 13,268.57. The Canadian dollar traded for 82.66 cents US compared with 82.30 cents US on Thursday. The June crude oil contract was up US$1.00 at US$64.82 per barrel and the June natural gas contract was up a penny at US$2.98 per mmBTU. The June gold contract was up US$14.90 at US$1,838.90 an ounce and the July copper contract was down two cents at IS$4.67 a pound. This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 14, 2021. Companies in this story: (TSX:GSPTSE, TSX:CADUSD=X) The Canadian Press
HARRISON, Ohio, May 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Southwest Local School District in Harrison, OH has selected GovDeals, a leading online auction marketplace for government agencies and educational institutions, to offer their surplus equipment for sale. The district joins more than 14,000 sellers who use GovDeals to help power the Circular Economy by selling valuable surplus items online to more than 1 million qualified buyers registered with GovDeals. Southwest Local School District will be decommissioning a total of 5 school buildings around their district, and they plan to offer lots containing the entire contents of the classrooms within these schools. The classroom auctions will consist of desks, chairs, books, bookshelves, filing cabinets, rolling carts and various other school equipment. In addition to the classroom auctions, potential buyers can also place bids on other items around the schools including cafeteria and kitchen equipment, exercise equipment, grandstands and bleachers. Some auctions included are: Retractable BleachersRock Climbing WallServing Line on WheelsMiscellaneous LockersIncline Bench Press “We have a lot of great school and cafeteria equipment still in good condition that could be used by daycares, churches, schools and other community members or groups. “said Adam Lohbeck, Director of Business Operations for Southwest Local School District. GovDeals supports its seller’s sustainability goals by helping them extend the life of their assets, with a focus on zero waste through reuse and recycling. The district’s auctions will take place from May 14th until May 24th with full asset removal instructions available on each auction page. All auctions are open to the public; in order to bid, future buyers must first create an account and complete the free and easy registration form. New bidder registration can be completed at GovDeals.com/Register. About GovDeals and Liquidity Services, Inc.GovDeals is a marketplace of Liquidity Services. Liquidity Services (NASDAQ: LQDT) operates the world’s largest B2B e-commerce marketplace platform for surplus assets with over $8.5 Billion of completed transactions, more than 3.8 million registered buyers and 15,000 corporate and government sellers. We support clients’ sustainability efforts by helping them extend the life of assets, prevent unnecessary waste and carbon emissions, and defer products from landfills. Through our vital mission of Building a Better Future For Surplus we’ve played an integral role in many of our clients’ zero-waste initiatives and worked with corporations, federal and municipal government agencies to pioneer some of the largest green initiatives to date, deferring billions of pounds of surplus assets from landfills. CONTACT: Media Contact: Angela Jones GovDeals (334)-301-7823 email@example.com Adam Lohbeck Director Of Business Operations (513)-367-4139 Adam.Lohbeck@southwestschools.org
May 14, 2021: Oslo, Norway, PGS (or the "Company") announces that the 2021 Long Term Incentive Plan (“LTI Plan”), as approved by the Annual General Meeting on April 21, 2021, has now been implemented by allocating 5 993 000 Performance Restricted Stock Units ("PRSUs"). The awards are based on amongst other considerations the position in the Company and a review on the individual participant's performance prior to award. Any PRSU awarded will, subject to the participant's continued employment with PGS and the Company reaching certain financial goals, be settled three years after award. The complete terms and conditions of the LTI Plan are described in the calling notice for the 2021 Annual General Meeting. Any delivery of PGS-shares will take place from the Company's pool of treasury shares or, if an insufficient number of treasury shares exist, it will be settled by cash payment of an equivalent value. The purpose of the LTI Plan is to further the interests of PGS, and its shareholders to employees who can contribute materially to the success and profitability of PGS. Such awards will recognize and reward performance and individual contributions and give participants in the plan an interest in the Company parallel to that of the shareholders, thus enhancing the personal interest in PGS' continued success and progress. A committee appointed by the Board of Directors has allocated PRSUs according to the LTI Plan to the following primary insiders in PGS: Rune Olav Pedersen, President & CEO, has been awarded 420 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Pedersen holds 228 617 shares in PGS and 882 000 PRSUs. Gottfred Langseth, Executive Vice President & CFO, has been awarded 175 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Langseth holds 450 106 shares in PGS and 385 000 PRSUs. Robert J. Adams, Executive Vice President Operations, has been awarded 175 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Adams holds 176 703 shares in PGS and 310 000 PRSUs. Nathan Oliver, Executive Vice President Sales & Services, has been awarded 175 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Oliver holds 0 shares in PGS and 335 000 PRSUs. Berit Osnes, Executive Vice President New Energy, has been awarded 125 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Osnes holds 36 186 shares in PGS, 274 000 PRSUs. Erik Ewig, Senior Vice President Technology & Digitalization, has been awarded 100 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Ewig holds 1 570 shares in PGS and 173 000 PRSUs. Kristin Omreng, Senior Vice President Global HR, has been awarded 65 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Omreng holds 0 shares in PGS and 121 000 PRSUs. Lars Ragnar van der Bijl Mysen, General Counsel, has been awarded 65 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Mysen holds 76,000 shares in PGS and 137 000 PRSUs. Kai Reith, Senior Vice President Corporate Development, has been awarded 65 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Reith holds 44 341 shares in PGS and 137 000 PRSUs. Bård Stenberg, Senior Vice President IR & Corporate Communications, has been awarded 65 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Stenberg holds 9 436 shares in PGS and 134 000 PRSUs. Gunhild Myhr, Vice President Eurasia and employee elected board member has been awarded 20 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Myhr holds 0 shares in PGS and 43 500 PRSUs. Anette Valbø, Bidding Manager and employee elected board member, has been awarded 13 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Valbø holds 7 142 shares in PGS, 27 500 PRSUs. Eivind Vesterås, Special Projects Manager and employee elected board member, has been awarded 13 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Vesterås holds 103 500 shares in PGS and 13 000 PRSUs. Joost Bakker, Project Manager Operations and employee elected alternate board member has been awarded 13 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Bakker holds 0 shares in PGS and 33 500 PRSUs. Espen Grimstad, Digitalization Project Manager and employee elected alternate board member has been awarded 13 000 PRSUs in the Company. Following the award, Grimstad holds 3 752 shares in PGS and 27 500 PRSUs. Further details on remuneration of management are described in the annual report for 2020. This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5 -12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A taping of Bill Maher's weekly HBO show was canceled after the host tested positive for COVID-19. Maher, who is fully vaccinated, is “asymptomatic and feels fine," according to a statement Thursday from HBO. “No other staff or crew members have tested positive at this time,” the channel said. The taping of Friday's episode of “Real Time with Bill Maher” will be rescheduled, HBO said. Guests were to include astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and podcast host Dan Carlin. Maher was tested as part of the Los Angeles production's weekly protocol for staff, the channel said, adding that “every precaution” is taken in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines regarding the coronavirus. The comedian and political gadfly moved back to in-studio shows with a limited audience late last summer, after taping episodes at his home in the early months of the pandemic. TV and filmmaking gradually resumed after last year's pandemic-forced shutdown, but despite strict safety rules there have been other production holds caused by a cast or crew member's positive virus test. The Associated Press
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AB “Ignitis grupė” (hereinafter – the Company) informs that due to high volume of manual work the transfer of money for the shares of AB “Ignitis Gamyba” (hereinafter – Ignitis Gamyba) held by minority shareholders will be delayed. This means that following the decision of Vilnius District Court (hereinafter – the Court) of 30 April 2021, managers of securities accounts on 13 May have not transferred money for the shares of Ignitis Gamyba held by minority shareholders in their personal securities accounts, as the Company announced. The Company will announce about completed transfer of money in a separate notice. As announced on 30 April 2021 (link), the Court has made a decision to approve the Company’s statement on the establishment and recognition of a fact of legal significance that 11,113,442 units of 11,688,245 units of unsold shares during the mandatory buyout of shares of Ignitis Gamyba are the property of the Company and obliged the securities accounts’ managers to make records of the transfer of the rights of ownership to the Company. The Court decision on the remaining shares of Ignitis Gamyba, the holders of which are deceased, has yet to be made, information about the judicial proceedings in this case is published on the Company’s website (link). For more information please contact: Artūras Ketlerius Head of Public Relations at Ignitis Group firstname.lastname@example.org +370 6 207 6076
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Sales have been surging in the past few years for Home Depot (NYSE: HD) as consumers have been paying a lot more attention to the condition of their homes. This return to normalcy could be a headwind for Home Depot as folks have more options on where they can spend their money. With these factors in mind, when Home Depot reports first-quarter earnings on Tuesday, investors will want to pay close attention to the company's overall revenue growth.
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Panaji (Goa) [India], May 14 (ANI): Following the deaths of patients at Goa Medical College & Hospital due to lack of oxygen during the past two weeks, Goa Congress president Girish Chodankar said the Congress would file a criminal complaint against Chief Minister Dr Pramod Sawant and Health Minister Viswajit Rane.
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JERUSALEM (AP) — The Latest on the stepped-up fighting between Israel and militant Hamas rulers (all times local): ___ JERUSALEM — Israeli defense forces have fired warning shots toward a group of protesters who crossed from Lebanon as part of a rally against the Israeli campaign in Gaza. The army said some two dozen Palestinian and Lebanese youth had gathered at the border gate separating the two countries for a protest on Friday. A few of those involved crossed the border into Israel. The Israeli army says the group sabotaged the fence and set a fire in the area before returning to Lebanese territory. Al-Manar TV station, owned by Lebanon’s militant Hezbollah group, said one Lebanese person was wounded in the incident. The report could not be immediately confirmed. The Lebanese military had no comment. ___ JERUSALEM — Israel’s army says a soldier has shot and killed a Palestinian who tried to ram his car into a military post in the occupied West Bank, then got out and attempted to stab the soldier. The incident took place on Friday north of the city of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank. The Palestinian health ministry confirmed the death, but no other details were immediately available. Rights groups have complained about past shootings of Palestinians by the Israeli military under questionable circumstances. In recent years, Palestinians have carried out a series of stabbings, shootings and car-ramming attacks that have killed or wounded Israeli soldiers and civilians. Military checkpoints in the West Bank are a frequent target. The military, responding to criticism of excessive force against Palestinians, say soldiers must make split-second decisions in life-or-death situations. ___ JERUSALEM — Israeli Justice Minister Benny Gantz has called on the chiefs of big social media platforms to quickly remove content from their sites that incites violence or spreads disinformation. A spokesman for Gantz said he told executives of Facebook and Tik Tok during a Zoom meeting Thursday that the current round of violence is being “intentionally stirred through social media by extremist elements” sworn to damage Israel. Gantz called the current round of fighting, “a moment of social emergency, and we expect your assistance.” The spokesman said the executives expressed their commitment to act quickly and effectively to prevent incitement on their networks. ___ JERUSALEM — The head of Israel’s Shin Bet says the service won’t tolerate ethnic violence “by Arabs nor by Jews” after nightly clashes this week in some of the country’s cities. Chief Nadav Argaman said Friday that Shin Bet “will not allow violent lawbreakers to carry out terrorism on the streets of Israel." He spoke after consecutive nights of apparent revenge attacks by Arab and Jewish mobs in Lod, Jaffa, Haifa and elsewhere inside Israel. Argaman said Shin Bet is working with Israeli police and Border Patrol in those mixed cities. The effort is aimed at identifying, catching and prosecuting “whoever tries to hurt Israeli citizens, Jews and Arabs, until peace returns to the streets of the country.” ___ BERLIN - Chancellor Angela Merkel’s spokesman says Germany won’t tolerate anti-Semitic demonstrations amid tensions in the Middle East. Anti-Israel protests in several cities this week have drawn concern and condemnation, particularly a protest outside a synagogue in Gelsenkirchen. A video showed dozens of protesters waving Palestinian and Turkish flags and yelling expletives about Jews. Merkel spokesman Steffen Seibert said Friday that “anyone who uses such protests to scream their hatred of Jews is abusing the right to demonstrate.” He added that “our democracy will not tolerate anti-Semitic demonstrations.” Seibert said Merkel condemns Hamas' ongoing firing of rockets at Israel and “nothing can justify such terror.” He said the rocket attacks must stop immediately. In neighboring Austria, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz tweeted that the Israeli flag was raised over his office on Friday as a signal of solidarity. —— DHAKA, Bangladesh — Thousands of Muslims led by activists from an Islamic political party have demonstrated in Bangladesh’s capital to denounce attacks by Israel against Palestinians. After the end of Eid al-Fitr prayers at Dhaka’s main Baitul Mokarram Mosque Friday, activists from the Islamic Andolan Bangladesh, or Islamic Movement Bangladesh, began protesting and were joined by thousands of others. Muslim-majority Bangladesh celebrated the key festival in a subdued manner after the government urged people to avoid large gatherings. Authorities arranged prayers in phases at the Baitul Mokarram Mosque, where devotees maintained distancing to avoid spreading the coronavirus. Afterward, protesters crowded together outside, carrying signs reading “Boycott terrorist state Israel” and chanting “Down with Israel.” The current eruption of violence between Israelis and Palestinians began a month ago in contested Jerusalem. The clash surged on Monday into the most severe outburst of hostilities since the 2014 Gaza war. —- GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Palestinians living along Gaza's northern and eastern borders are fleeing intense Israeli bombardment. Families toting supplies sought refuge on Friday in temporary shelters in central Gaza City as Israeli artillery pounded northern Gaza in an attempt to destroy a vast network of militant tunnels. The assault brought the front lines closer to dense civilian areas and paved the way for a potential ground invasion. Fleeing families arrived in pickup trucks, on donkeys and by foot at schools run by the United Nations, hauling pillows and pans, blankets and bread. Men lugged large plastic bags and women carried infants on their shoulders, cramming into classrooms. One mother who fled to a downtown school with her children said "nothing remains for us” back home in the northern town of Beit Lahiya. Her son, Othman, said he had felt the family's house “shake up and down,” adding that “everyone was running.” The Associated Press