Kevin De Bruyne has won every domestic honour on offer with Manchester City but Europe's biggest prize still eludes the Belgian midfielder maestro.
Kevin De Bruyne has won every domestic honour on offer with Manchester City but Europe's biggest prize still eludes the Belgian midfielder maestro.
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Former Attorney General of Louisiana Charles C. Foti, Jr., Esq. and the law firm of Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC ("KSF") are investigating the proposed sale of Sterling Bancorp (NYSE: STL) to Webster Financial Corporation (NYSE: WBS). Under the terms of the proposed transaction, shareholders of Sterling will receive only 0.463 of a Webster share for each share of Sterling that they own. KSF is seeking to determine whether this consideration and the process that led to it are adequate, or whether the consideration undervalues the Company.
MINNEAPOLIS — Former Vice-President Walter F. Mondale, a liberal icon who lost one of the most lopsided presidential elections after bluntly telling voters to expect a tax increase if he won, died Monday. He was 93. The death of the former senator, ambassador and Minnesota attorney general was announced in a statement from his family. No cause was cited. Mondale followed the trail blazed by his political mentor, Hubert H. Humphrey, from Minnesota politics to the U.S. Senate and the vice presidency, serving under Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981. In a statement Monday night, Carter said he considered Mondale “the best vice-president in our country’s history.” He added: “Fritz Mondale provided us all with a model for public service and private behaviour.” Mondale's own try for the White House, in 1984, came at the zenith of Ronald Reagan’s popularity. His selection of Rep. Geraldine Ferraro of New York as his running mate made him the first major-party presidential nominee to put a woman on the ticket, but his declaration that he would raise taxes helped define the race. On Election Day, he carried only his home state and the District of Columbia. The electoral vote was 525-13 for Reagan — the biggest landslide in the Electoral College since Franklin Roosevelt defeated Alf Landon in 1936. (Sen. George McGovern got 17 electoral votes in his 1972 defeat, winning Massachusetts and Washington, D.C.) “I did my best,” Mondale said the day after the election, and blamed no one but himself. “I think you know I’ve never really warmed up to television,” he said. “In fairness to television, it never really warmed up to me.” Years later, Mondale said his campaign message had proven to be the right one. “History has vindicated me that we would have to raise taxes,” he said. “It was very unpopular, but it was undeniably correct.” In 2002, state and national Democrats looked to Mondale when Sen. Paul Wellstone, D-Minn., was killed in a plane crash less than two weeks before Election Day. Mondale agreed to stand in for Wellstone, and early polls showed him with a lead over the Republican candidate, Norm Coleman. But the 53-year-old Coleman, emphasizing his youth and vigour, out-hustled the then-74-year-old Mondale in an intense six-day campaign. Mondale was also hurt by a partisan memorial service for Wellstone, in which thousands of Democrats booed Republican politicians in attendance. One speaker pleaded: “We are begging you to help us win this election for Paul Wellstone.” Polls showed the service put off independents and cost Mondale votes. Coleman won by 3 percentage points. “The eulogizers were the ones hurt the most,” Mondale said after the election. “It doesn’t justify it, but we all make mistakes. Can’t we now find it in our hearts to forgive them and go on?” It was a particularly bitter defeat for Mondale, who even after his loss to Reagan had taken solace in his perfect record in Minnesota. “One of the things I’m most proud of,” he said in 1987, “is that not once in my public career did I ever lose an election in Minnesota.” Years after the 2002 defeat, Mondale returned to the Senate to stand beside Democrat Al Franken in 2009 when he was sworn in to replace Coleman after a drawn-out recount and court battle. Mondale started his career in Washington in 1964, when he was appointed to the Senate to replace Humphrey, who had resigned to become vice-president. Mondale was elected to a full six-year term with about 54% of the vote in 1966, although Democrats lost the governorship and suffered other election setbacks. In 1972, Mondale won another Senate term with nearly 57% of the vote. His Senate career was marked by advocacy of social issues such as education, housing, migrant workers and child nutrition. Like Humphrey, he was an outspoken supporter of civil rights. Mondale tested the waters for a presidential bid in 1974 but ultimately decided against it. “Basically I found I did not have the overwhelming desire to be president, which is essential for the kind of campaign that is required,” he said in November 1974. In 1976, Carter chose Mondale as No. 2 on his ticket and went on to unseat Gerald Ford. As vice-president, Mondale had a close relationship with Carter. He was the first vice-president to occupy an office in the White House, rather than in a building across the street. Mondale travelled extensively on Carter’s behalf, and advised him on domestic and foreign affairs. While he lacked Humphrey’s charisma, Mondale had a droll sense of humour. When he dropped out of the 1976 presidential sweepstakes, he said, “I don’t want to spend the next two years in Holiday Inns.” Reminded of that shortly before he was picked as Carter’s running mate, Mondale said, “I’ve checked and found that they’re all redecorated, and they’re marvelous places to stay.” Mondale never backed away from his liberal principles. “I think that the country more than ever needs progressive values,” Mondale said in 1989. That year, Democrats tried to persuade him to challenge Minnesota GOP Sen. Rudy Boschwitz, but he decided against making the race, saying it was time to make way for a new generation. “One of the requirements of a healthy party is that it renews itself,” he said at the time. “You can’t keep running Walter Mondale for everything.” That paved the way for Wellstone to win the Democratic nomination, and go on to upset Boschwitz. Wellstone had been preparing to take on Mondale in a primary but would have been a heavy underdog. The son of a Methodist minister and a music teacher, Walter Frederick Mondale was born Jan. 5, 1928, in tiny Ceylon, Minnesota, and grew up in several small southern Minnesota towns. He was only 20 when he served as a congressional district manager for Humphrey’s successful Senate campaign in 1948. His education, interrupted by a two-year stint in the Army, culminated with a law degree from the University of Minnesota in 1956. Mondale began a law practice in Minneapolis and ran the successful 1958 gubernatorial campaign of Democrat Orville Freeman, who appointed Mondale state attorney general in 1960. Mondale was elected attorney general in the fall of 1960 and was reelected in 1962. As attorney general, Mondale moved quickly into civil rights, antitrust and consumer protection cases. He was the first Minnesota attorney general to make consumer protection a campaign issue. After his White House years, Mondale served from 1993-96 as President Bill Clinton’s ambassador to Japan, fighting for U.S. access to markets ranging from cars to cellular phones. He helped avert a trade war in June 1995 over autos and auto parts, persuading Japanese officials to give American automakers more access to Japanese dealers and pushing Japanese carmakers to buy U.S. parts. Mondale kept his ties to the Clintons. In 2008, he endorsed Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton for president, switching his allegiance only after Barack Obama sealed the nomination. When Democrats came to him after Wellstone’s death, Mondale was working at the Minneapolis law firm of Dorsey & Whitney and serving on corporate and non-profit boards. He returned to the firm after the brief campaign. Mondale and his wife, Joan Adams Mondale, were married in 1955. During his vice presidency, she pushed for more government support of the arts and gained the nickname “Joan of Art.” She had minored in art in college and worked at museums in Boston and Minneapolis. The couple had two sons, Ted and William, and a daughter, Eleanor. Ted Mondale served six years in the Minnesota Senate and made an unsuccessful bid for the Democratic nomination for governor in 1998. William Mondale served for a time as an assistant attorney general. Eleanor Mondale, who became a broadcast journalist and TV host, died of brain cancer in 2011. Joan Mondale died in 2014 at age 83 after an extended illness. ___ Former Associated Press writer Brian Bakst contributed to this report. Doug Glass, The Associated Press
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MILWAUKEE — Devin Booker made a free throw with 0.3 seconds left after getting fouled on a jump shot to give the Phoenix Suns a 128-127 overtime victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday night. After Khris Middleton had tied the game on a 3-pointer with 22.1 seconds left, Jae Crowder inbounded a pass to Booker, who attempted to get free for a shot while getting hounded by Jrue Holiday. As Booker finally put up a shot from in front of Phoenix’s bench just before the buzzer, P.J. Tucker also approached him. Tucker was called for the foul. Booker made the first free throw for his 24th point of the night amid a chorus of boos from the Milwaukee crowd. Booker missed the second shot, but the buzzer went off before the Bucks could put up any kind of shot. Chris Paul had 22 points, 13 assists and seven rebounds for the Suns, who were opening a five-game trip in which they play five of the top six teams in the Eastern Conference standings. Paul increased his career assist total to 10,145 to overtake Magic Johnson (10,141) for fifth place in NBA history. Mikal Bridges had 21 points and DeAndre Ayton scored 20 to help the Suns rally from a nine-point, fourth-quarter deficit. Giannis Antetokounmpo had 33 points, Middleton 26 and Holiday 25 for the Bucks, who have lost five straight home games. The Suns scored the first six points in overtime, but the Bucks tied it with 1:17 left thanks to 3-pointers from Pat Connaughton and Tucker. Paul and Middleton exchanged baskets on the next two possessions. Bridges hit a corner 3-pointer to put Phoenix in front with 25 seconds remaining, but Middleton answered by sinking a 3-pointer from behind the free throw line. The game featured 24 lead changes and 16 ties. There were 20 lead changes in the first half alone. TIP-INS Suns: This game marked Torrey Craig’s return to Milwaukee, where he briefly played this season and struggled to carve out a niche. The 6-foot-7 forward has gained more of a role with the Suns, who acquired him from the Bucks for cash on March 18. Craig had five points and five rebounds in 14 minutes. Bucks: Donte DiVincenzo returned to the starting lineup after missing two games with a sprained right toe. He scored nine points in 31 minutes. UP NEXT Suns: Visit the Eastern Conference-leading Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday as they continue this five-game trip. The Suns beat the 76ers 120-111 in Phoenix on Feb. 13. Bucks: Have the first of two straight home matchups with 76ers on Thursday. In their lone previous meeting this season, the Bucks won 109-105 in overtime at Philadelphia on March 17. ___ Follow Steve Megargee at https://twitter.com/stevemegargee ___ More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Steve Megargee, The Associated Press
NEW ORLEANS, April 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ClaimsFiler, a FREE shareholder information service, reminds investors of pending deadlines in the following securities class action lawsuits: Lordstown Motors Corp. (RIDE) Class Period: 8/3/2020 - 3/24/2021Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: May 17, 2021SECURITIES FRAUD To learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-lordstown-motors-corp-securities-litigation CytoDyn, Inc. (CYDY) Class Period: 3/27/2020 - 3/9/2021Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: May 17, 2021SECURITIES FRAUDTo learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-cytodyn-inc-securities-litigation Root, Inc. (ROOT)Class Period: 10/28/2020 - 3/8/2021, or shares issued pursuant and/or traceable to the October 2020 Initial Public OfferingLead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: May 18, 2021SECURITIES FRAUD, MISLEADING PROSPECTUSTo learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-root-inc-securities-litigation Vroom, Inc. (VRM)Class Period: 6/9/2020 - 3/3/2021Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: May 21, 2021SECURITIES FRAUDTo learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-vroom-inc-securities-litigation If you purchased shares of the above companies and would like to discuss your legal rights and your right to recover for your economic loss, you may, without obligation or cost to you, contact us toll-free (844) 367-9658 or visit the case links above. If you wish to serve as a Lead Plaintiff in the class action, you must petition the Court on or before the Lead Plaintiff Motion deadline. About ClaimsFiler ClaimsFiler has a single mission: to serve as the information source to help retail investors recover their share of billions of dollars from securities class action settlements. At ClaimsFiler.com, investors can: (1) register for free to gain access to information and settlement websites for various securities class action cases so they can timely submit their own claims; (2) upload their portfolio transactional data to be notified about relevant securities cases in which they may have a financial interest; and (3) submit inquiries to the Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC law firm for free case evaluations. To learn more about ClaimsFiler, visit www.claimsfiler.com
TORONTO, April 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sprott Inc. (“Sprott”) (TSX:SII) announces that it has filed an updated early warning report under applicable Canadian securities laws in respect of SRHI Inc. (“SRHI”). On April 16, 2021, SRHI closed a bought deal financing (the "Offering"). In connection with the Offering, SRHI issued a total of 20,930,000 units on a bought deal basis, at an offering price of C$0.55 per unit, which included 2,730,000 units issued pursuant to the exercise of the over-allotment option, in full, for gross proceeds of approximately $11.5 million. Each unit consists of one Class A common share in the capital of SRHI and one common share purchase warrant. Each warrant entitles the holder thereof to purchase one common share at a price of $0.70 for a period of 18 months following the closing of the Offering. Immediately prior to giving effect to the Offering, Sprott, Term Oil Inc. (“Term Oil”), a corporation controlled by Arthur Richards (Rick) Rule IV, and Sprott Resource Consulting LP, Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd. and Sprott Asset Management USA Inc., each an investment manager owned by Sprott (collectively, the “Sprott Managers”), collectively, beneficially owned or exercise direction and control over 1,857,176 common shares (the “Shares”) and 44,484,393 warrants (the “Warrants”) of SRHI (exercisable for Shares on a 20-for-1 basis), representing approximately 11.24% of the issued and outstanding Shares on a partially diluted basis assuming exercise of such Warrants. Immediately after giving effect to the Offering, Sprott, Term Oil and the Sprott Managers, collectively, beneficially own or exercise direction and control over 1,857,176 Shares and 44,484,393 Warrants (exercisable for Shares on a 20-for-1 basis), representing approximately 7.13% of the issued and outstanding Shares on a partially diluted basis assuming exercise of such Warrants. The Shares and Warrants were acquired for investment purposes. Sprott has a long-term view of the investment and may acquire additional securities of SRHI either on the open market or through private acquisitions or sell the securities either on the open market or through private dispositions in the future depending on market conditions, reformulation of plans and/or other relevant factors. SRHI’s head office is at c/o Peterson McVicar LLP, 18 King St. East, Suite 902, Toronto, Ontario M5C 1C4. A copy of Sprott’s early warning report will appear on SRHI’s profile on SEDAR at www.sedar.com and may also be obtained by calling Mr. Arthur Einav, General Counsel, at (416) 943-6448. About Sprott Sprott is a global asset manager and a leader in precious metal investments. With offices in Toronto, New York, and London, Sprott is dedicated to providing investors with specialized investment strategies that include Exchange Listed Products, Managed Equities, Lending, and Brokerage. Sprott’s common shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol (NYSE:SII) and on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol (TSX:SII). For more information, please visit www.sprott.com.
DYNAMIC GROWTH – NEW SALES RECORD IN FIRST QUARTER – ANNUAL TARGET RAISED Sales increase of 12.6% in local currenciesQ1 sales of CHF 1,998.6 million (+10.2% in CHF)Negative currency effect of –2.4%Acquisition of Kreps (Russia), DriTac (USA), and BR Massa (Brazil) Outlook for 2021 fiscal year Double-digit sales growth in local currencies (previously: local currency growth of 6%–8%) Over-proportional increase in EBIT, EBIT margin to reach 15% for the first time Confirmation of 2023 strategic targets for sustainable, profitable growth Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Sika has had a dynamic start to the 2021 fiscal year, continuing its growth trajectory in the first quarter with a new sales record of CHF 1,998.6 million. This equates to an increase of 12.6% in local currencies. Sales growth in Swiss francs amounted to 10.2%, which includes a negative currency effect of –2.4%. The acquisition effect was 1.5%. Organic growth in the first quarter amounted to 11.1%. Paul Schuler, Chief Executive Officer: “As the new year got underway, we were able to seamlessly build on our strong performance in the fourth quarter of last year. We made targeted use of our growth momentum and further expanded market shares in the majority of our markets. Both in the project business and the distribution business, we are benefiting from strong customer demand for our high-quality, innovative, and sustainable solutions. These not only help our customers master their projects and challenges, but also contribute to greater sustainability in the construction sector and to environmentally-friendly mobility. The COVID-19 pandemic will be with us in 2021 too. After a year’s experience of doing business in this environment, it is clear that we are on the right course with the implementation of numerous digital initiatives and are benefiting from the added value these provide, as well as from the strength of our customer relationships.” GROWTH IN ALL REGIONS – DOUBLE-DIGIT GROWTH IN EMEA AND ASIA/PACIFICThe first quarter of the 2021 fiscal year remained affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and by logistical challenges in particular. Thanks to its strong market position and the rapid, targeted implementation of growth initiatives, Sika was able to achieve record results in all regions. In the first quarter of 2021, the EMEA region recorded a sales increase in local currency of 13.2% (previous year: 13.3%). Business developed well in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland (the “DACH” area), the Nordic countries, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. A boost in growth was witnessed in the countries of southern Europe, with Italy, France, and the UK, as well as in Africa. In the period under review, Sika acquired Kreps LLC, a leading manufacturer of mortar products in Russia, thereby further expanding both its existing product portfolio and its geographical presence in this market. The Americas region recorded growth in local currencies of 6.2% (previous year: 23.0%). In the Americas region, Sika saw a clear uptrend, despite the high COVID-19 infection rates recorded in Mexico, Brazil, and the USA. While many large urban centers in North America continue to be affected by the pandemic and construction projects are being delayed, the situation in Latin America has improved markedly. In the first quarter of 2021, Sika acquired the flooring adhesives business segment of DriTac, a US-based company with a particularly strong market position in the area of adhesive bonding for flooring systems. Furthermore, BR Massa, a manufacturer of mortar products in Brazil was brought into the Sika Group. Thanks to this acquisition, Sika will improve its position in one of the leading economic regions of Brazil, as well as expanding its production capacity. Sales in local currencies in the Asia/Pacific region increased by 25.8% (previous year: 29.8%), with China in particular enjoying yet another surge in growth momentum with double-digit organic growth rates. Australia and India were also able to contribute to the positive business development of this region. By contrast, the countries of the Southeast Asia region have been recovering only slowly from the far-reaching effects of the pandemic. In the Global Business segment, Sika achieved growth in local currencies of 2.7% (previous year: –7.1%). In the first quarter of the current financial year, the automotive industry experienced major bottlenecks in the electronic parts supply chain. Not until March were vehicle production rates once again rising significantly in all regions. For the year 2021, the automotive industry is expected to grow by 10%. Sika is expecting long-term growth stimuli from the megatrends evident in modern automotive construction, which will continue to be dominated by electromobility and lightweight construction. CONTINUATION OF SUCCESSFUL GROWTH STRATEGY – ANNUAL TARGET RAISEDDespite the coronavirus crisis and its repercussions for operating results, Sika is confirming its 2023 strategic targets. The company is still clearly aligned for long-term success and profitable growth. With its focus on the six strategic pillars – market penetration, innovation, operational efficiency, acquisitions, strong corporate values, and sustainability – Sika is seeking to grow by 6%–8% a year in local currencies up to 2023. From 2021, the company is aiming to increase its EBIT margin to 15%–18%. Projects in the areas of operations, logistics, procurement, and product formulation should result in an annual improvement in operating costs equivalent to 0.5% of sales. For the 2021 fiscal year, Sika is expecting double-digit sales growth in local currencies (previously: sales growth in local currencies of 6%–8%) and an over-proportional increase in EBIT. The EBIT margin should for the first time reach 15%. LIVE INTERNET BROADCAST OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGThe Annual General Meeting of Sika AG will take place at 4 p.m. today, and will be broadcast live. In accordance with the Federal Council’s Ordinance to combat coronavirus, it is once again not possible for shareholders to attend the Annual General Meeting in person. Instead, they can cast their vote through the independent proxy. Sika is also giving all its shareholders the opportunity to directly ask questions verbally during the meeting via an online platform. As part of the Annual General Meeting, Chief Executive Officer Paul Schuler will comment on business development in the first quarter of 2021 as well as the outlook. NET SALES IN THE FIRST THREE MONTHS OF 2021 In CHF mn1.1.2020 - 31.3.20201.1.2021 - 31.3.2021Year-on-year change(+/- in %) In CHF In local currencies1Currency effectAcquisition effect2Organic growth3By region4 EMEA810.7914.712.813.1-0.33.59.6Americas485.7481.0-1.06.2-7.20.06.2Asia/Pacific338.2422.825.025.8-0.80.025.8Global Business179.0126.96.36.199-2.60.02.7Net sales 1,813.61,997.610.112.6-2.51.511.1Products for the construction industry1,428.91,591.811.413.9-2.52.011.9Products for industrial manufacturing384.7405.85.57.8-2.30.07.8 Growth in local currencies including acquisitions.Share of sales of acquired companies not including post-combination growth. The sales growth of the acquired companies since initial consolidation is included in organic growth.Growth adjusted for acquisition and currency effect. The sales growth of the acquired companies since initial consolidation is included in organic growth.The Advanced Resin business has been reallocated from the Global Business segment to the geographical regions. Link to restated 2020 figures. FINANCIAL CALENDAR Half-Year Report 2021Thursday, July 22, 2021Results first nine months 2021Friday, October 22, 2021Net sales 2021Tuesday, January 11, 2022Media conference/analyst presentation on 2021 full-year resultsFriday, February 18, 2022Net sales first quarter 2022Tuesday, April 12, 202254th Annual General MeetingTuesday, April 12, 2022 CONTACTDominik SlappnigCorporate Communications &Investor Relations+41 58 436 68 email@example.com SIKA AG CORPORATE PROFILESika is a specialty chemicals company with a leading position in the development and production of systems and products for bonding, sealing, damping, reinforcing, and protecting in the building sector and motor vehicle industry. Sika has subsidiaries in 100 countries around the world and manufactures in over 300 factories. Its 25,000 employees generated annual sales of CHF 7.88 billion in 2020. The media release can be downloaded from the following link:Media Release
NEW ORLEANS, April 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ClaimsFiler, a FREE shareholder information service, reminds investors of pending deadlines in the following securities class action lawsuits: Ebix, Inc. (EBIX) Class Period: 11/9/2020 - 2/19/2021Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: April 23, 2021SECURITIES FRAUD To learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-ebix-inc-securities-litigation-1 MultiPlan Corporation f/k/a Churchill Capital Corp. III (MPLN) Class Period: 7/12/2020 - 11/10/2020 and/or were holders of Churchill Capital Corp. III (“Churchill”) Class A common stock entitled to vote on Churchill’s merger with and acquisition of Polaris Parent Corp. and its consolidated subsidiaries completed in October 2020.Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: April 26, 2021SECURITIES FRAUD, MISLEADING PROSPECTUSTo learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-multiplan-corporation-securities-litigation Canoo Inc. (GOEV, GOEVW)Class Period: 8/18/2020 - 3/29/2021Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: June 1, 2021SECURITIES FRAUDTo learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-canoo-inc-securities-litigation If you purchased shares of the above companies and would like to discuss your legal rights and your right to recover for your economic loss, you may, without obligation or cost to you, contact us toll-free (844) 367-9658 or visit the case links above. If you wish to serve as a Lead Plaintiff in the class action, you must petition the Court on or before the Lead Plaintiff Motion deadline. About ClaimsFiler ClaimsFiler has a single mission: to serve as the information source to help retail investors recover their share of billions of dollars from securities class action settlements. At ClaimsFiler.com, investors can: (1) register for free to gain access to information and settlement websites for various securities class action cases so they can timely submit their own claims; (2) upload their portfolio transactional data to be notified about relevant securities cases in which they may have a financial interest; and (3) submit inquiries to the Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC law firm for free case evaluations. To learn more about ClaimsFiler, visit www.claimsfiler.com
Social Life Network, Inc Social-Life-Network-WDLF-Shareholder-Update LOS ANGELES, CA, April 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Social Life Network, Inc. (OTC: WDLF), announces today that it has filed a $40,000,000 complaint against a convertible debt funder for multiple alleged federal securities laws violations. The complaint may be accessed at our website via the following link: https://www.socialnetwork.ai/LGH-filing.pdf “Our management team has been focused for months on researching and identifying the [alleged] illegal securities activities referenced in the complaint that damaged our shareholders," said CEO Ken Tapp. "We need for our shareholders to know that we will not relent in our efforts to identify and pursue those who have engaged in illegal securities activity of our stock and preyed upon the retail shareholders supporting the growth of companies like our own.” About Social Life Network, Inc. Social Life Network is a Technology Business Incubator (TBI) that, through individual licensing agreements, provides tech start-ups with seed technology development, legal and executive leadership, making it easier for start-up founders to focus on raising capital, perfecting their business model, and growing their network user-ship. Our seed technology is an artificial intelligence (“AI”) powered social network and Ecommerce platform that leverages blockchain technology to increase speed, security, and accuracy on the niche social networks that we license to the companies in our TBI. Since the launch of the company in January of 2013, the Company has launched niche industry social networks to service the millions of business professionals and consumers in the residential real estate industry, the legal global cannabis industry, sports verticals including racket sports, golf, cycling, soccer, space exploration, auto racing, travel, hunting, fishing, and camping. The Company operates in part, like a publicly traded tech incubator, and retains ownership in each licensee through stock and options ownership when they reach a contracted user ship growth, outlined in their licensing contracts. This allows the Company to minimize its expenses and exposure to failed start-ups licensees that use its platform. For more information, visit our website @ www.SocialNetwork.ai Watch our latest shareholder update podcasts @ www.SocialNetwork.ai/podcast SAFE HARBOR & DISCLAIMER This information does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy securities or assets of Social Life Network, Inc. All information presented herein with respect to the existing business and the historical operating results of Social Life Network (“the Company”) and estimates and projections as to future operations are based on materials prepared by the management of the Company and involve significant elements of subjective judgment and analysis which may or may not be correct. While the information provided herein is believed to be accurate and reliable, the Company makes no representations or warranties, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of such information. In furnishing this information, the Company reserves the right to amend or replace some or all the information herein at any time and undertakes no obligation to provide the recipient with access to any additional information. No information in this press release should be construed as any indication whatsoever of our future revenues, results of operations, or stock price. Todd MarkeyInvestor RelationsSocial Life Network, Inc.firstname.lastname@example.org Attachment Social Life Network, Inc
Former Attorney General of Louisiana Charles C. Foti, Jr., Esq. and the law firm of Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC ("KSF") are investigating the proposed sale of American River Bankshares (NasdaqGS: AMRB) to Bank of Marin Bancorp (NasdaqCM: BMRC). Under the terms of the proposed transaction, shareholders of American River will receive only 0.575 shares of Bank of Marin for each share of American River that they own. KSF is seeking to determine whether this consideration and the process that led to it are adequate, or whether the consideration undervalues the Company.
INDIANAPOLIS — Derrick White and Jakob Poeltl took advantage of their early mismatches by delivering a quick knockout punch and leading the San Antonio Spurs to a 109-94 victory over short-handed Indiana on Monday night. White scored 16 of his 25 points in the first quarter, while Poeltl finished with 16 points and seven rebounds in the Spurs' second straight win. Malcolm Brogdon and Caris LeVert each scored 18 to lead the Pacers, who have lost three in a row. This time, the Pacers played without two-time All-Star Domantas Sabonis (sore lower back) and defensive player of the year candidate Myles Turner (right foot). T.J. Warren, who will miss the rest of the season with a stress fracture in his left foot. Turner's replacement, Goga Bitadze, did not finish the game because of a sprained left ankle. And without all those players missing, White and Poeltl made sure Indiana never had a chance. White's 3-pointer capped a 15-4 run to close the first quarter, which gave the Spurs a 36-21 lead they never surrendered. LeVert scored six straight late in the second quarter to cut the deficit to 47-38. But San Antonio still led 55-44 at halftime and sealed the victory by extending the lead to 21 in the third quarter. The game was marred by a fourth-quarter shoving match that resulted in technical fouls on the two instigators — Indiana's JaKarr Sampson and Patty Mills — as well as Spurs forward Rudy Gay. Sampson was ejected following the brief fracas. TIP-INS: Spurs: DeMar DeRozan finished with 18 points and needs five more to pass Earl Monroe (17,454 points) for No. 87 on the NBA's career scoring list. ... Poeltel also had seven rebounds and Drew Eubanks matched his career high with (13) rebounds. ... Dejounte Murray had 11 points, seven rebounds and seven assists. ... The Spurs went 29 of 35 from the free-throw line, compared with 18 of 27 for Indiana. ... San Antonio improved to 16-10 on the road and earned a split in the season series. Pacers: Brogdon also had six rebounds and five assists. ... Bitadze had seven points, ninerebounds and matched his career high with (five) blocks. ... Oshae Brissett had 13 points and six rebounds. ... Indiana also played without backup forward Jeremy Lamb (sore left knee). ... Indiana is 1-5 in its last six home games and 9-17 this season at Bankers Life Fieldhouse after going 31 consecutive seasons without a losing record at home. MYLES OUT The Pacers announced Monday that Turner is out indefinitely because of a partial tear in the plantar plate of his right foot. He has missed 10 games this season and yet started Monday ranked second in the league with 159 blocks, trailing only Rudy Gobert of Utah. Turner's streak of 64 consecutive games with a block ended during Indiana's recent road trip. Turner has a league-leading 12 games with five or more blocks this season. TWO TRIBUTES The Pacers wore a black stripe on their uniforms for the first time Monday in honour of Hall of Fame coach and longtime colour analyst Bobby “Slick” Leonard, who died last week at age 88. They will wear the stripe on both home and road jerseys the rest of this season. Then, before the national anthem, the Pacers also paid tribute to the eight people killed in last week's mass shooting at the FedEx facility. The public address announcer announced each name as photos of the eight victims were displayed on the video board above centre court. UP NEXT Spurs: Head home Wednesday to take on Miami in the first of back-to-back home games. Pacers: Host Oklahoma City on Wednesday in the second game of a three-game homestand. ___ More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/hub/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports. Michael Marot, The Associated Press
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