Cameron Johnson (Phoenix Suns) with a dunk vs the Boston Celtics, 04/22/2021
Cameron Johnson (Phoenix Suns) with a dunk vs the Boston Celtics, 04/22/2021
General Mills makes another big move into the pet food category.
Nutrien Ltd (TSX and NYSE: NTR) announced today that Mr. Mayo Schmidt, Nutrien’s President and CEO, will be speaking at the BMO 16th Annual Farm to Market Conference on Thursday, May 20 at 10:00 a.m. EDT.
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Coca-Cola Co said on Friday it would discontinue its energy drink in North America, a product it launched with flare last year as it pushed into new beverage categories. "Our strategy is focused on scaling big bets across a streamlined portfolio ... As we scale our best innovations quickly and effectively like AHA and Coca-Cola with Coffee, we need to be disciplined with those that don't get the traction required for further investment," a company spokeswoman said. Coca-Cola Energy will remain on shelves in other parts of the world, the company said.
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New partnership with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will build pipeline of public health leaders WASHINGTON, D.C., May 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- As part of a $7 billion investment in the public health workforce, the Biden-Harris Administration has announced Public Health AmeriCorps, which will support the recruitment, training, and development of a new generation of public health leaders who will be ready to respond to the nation’s public health needs. Public Health AmeriCorps is a joint effort between the Centers for Disease Control and AmeriCorps, the federal agency for volunteering and national service, and will build on the expertise, best practices, and lessons learned from existing AmeriCorps and other public health programs. The program will help meet public health needs of local communities by providing much-needed surge capacity for state and local public health agencies and develop pathways to public health-related careers through on-site experience and training with a focus on recruiting AmeriCorps members who reflect the communities in which they will serve. Supported by a $400 million investment from the American Rescue Plan, the project is anticipated to fund up to 5,000 AmeriCorps positions over the next five years. Grants will be awarded through a competitive process, with the first competition expected in fall of 2021. “Public Health AmeriCorps will be a shining example of the whole of government approach to helping this country build back better,” said Karen Dahl, senior advisor for COVID-19 at AmeriCorps. “Together, the Centers for Disease Control and AmeriCorps will leverage our collective strength and experience to empower others and serve communities that have been hit hardest by the pandemic.” The May 13 announcement from the White House included the following: Launch Public Health AmeriCorps: At a time of unprecedented interest in public health, CDC and AmeriCorps … will work together to launch the Public Health AmeriCorps – a $400 million investment from the American Rescue Plan that will recruit and build a new workforce that is ready to respond to the public health needs of the nation and provide public health service in their own communities. The program will focus on building a diverse pipeline for the public health workforce and providing direct service to communities across the country. The partnership will leverage the expertise of both agencies, capitalizing on AmeriCorps’ experience managing some of the most prominent public service and workforce development programs in the nation while benefitting from CDC’s technical expertise as the country’s public health agency. This announcement builds on AmeriCorps’ continued investments in the nation’s COVID-19 recovery. With existing programs in more than 40,000 locations across the country, AmeriCorps is uniquely positioned to bolster community response efforts. For the past year, thousands of AmeriCorps and AmeriCorps Seniors members across all 50 states and U.S. territories have continued their service, quickly adapting to meet the changing needs caused by the pandemic and have provided vital support, community response, and recovery efforts, providing support to more than 11 million Americans, including 2.3 million people at vaccination sites. This funding is in addition to the $1 billion for AmeriCorps in the recently passed American Rescue Plan. The agency will use this investment to expand national service programs into new communities and increase the opportunity for all Americans to serve their country. ### AmeriCorps, the federal agency for national service and volunteering, brings people together to tackle the country’s most pressing challenges. AmeriCorps members and AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers serve with organizations dedicated to the improvement of communities. AmeriCorps helps make service to others a cornerstone of our national culture. Learn more at AmeriCorps.gov. The ARP press kit includes media resources, such as stock photos, fast facts, and b-roll. Attachments 20210415_Davis_Americorps_0501 _G8A2851 CONTACT: Samantha Jo Warfield AmeriCorps 202-606-6775 firstname.lastname@example.org
PRESS RELEASE: REGULATED INFORMATION14 May 2021, 17:40 CESTResults of the Shareholders’ Meetings held on 14 May 2021 Mechelen, Belgium, 14 May 2021 – Biocartis Group NV (the ‘Company’ or ‘Biocartis’), an innovative molecular diagnostics company (Euronext Brussels: BCART), held its annual and extraordinary shareholders' meetings today. The shareholders approved all items on the agenda of the annual shareholders' meeting. However, there was no deliberation and voting on the items on the agenda of the extraordinary shareholders’ meeting because the attendance quorum for such meeting was not reached. Biocartis will convene a second extraordinary shareholders’ meeting with the same agenda items, for which no attendance quorum will apply. 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Today, Biocartis offers tests supporting melanoma, colorectal and lung cancer, as well as for SARS-CoV-2 and sepsis. More information: www.biocartis.com. Follow us on Twitter: @Biocartis_. Biocartis and Idylla™ are registered trademarks in Europe, the United States and other countries. The Biocartis and Idylla™ trademark and logo are used trademarks owned by Biocartis. Please refer to the product labeling for applicable intended uses for each individual Biocartis product. This press release is not for distribution, directly or indirectly, in any jurisdiction where to do so would be unlawful. Any persons reading this press release should inform themselves of and observe any such restrictions. Biocartis takes no responsibility for any violation of any such restrictions by any person. This press release does not constitute an offer or invitation for the sale or purchase of securities in any jurisdiction. 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General Mills is diving further into the red-hot pet food market, acquiring Tyson Foods' animal treat business for $1.2 billion in cash, the companies said Friday. Best known for Cheerios, Betty Crocker and Pillsbury, General Mills in 2018 entered the pet food business in a big way, spending $8 billion to acquire Blue Buffalo, a premium brand. About 12.6 million U.S. households got a new pet last year after the pandemic was declared in March 2020, according to a COVID-19 Pulse Study by the American Pet Products Association.
The golf, as it usually is at the Ocean Course, was spectacular. Getting there to see it unfold at the PGA Championship nine years ago was more of a struggle. “We did learn a lot in 2012,” tournament director Ryan Ogle said.
Antonio Brown pleaded no contest in 2020 after allegedly assaulting a moving truck driver.
About 2 to 3 inches of rainfall are possible south of Interstate 70 through Monday, according to the weather service.
The journalist has been seriously ill with coronavirus-related complications.
The Biden administration granted oil refiner Citgo Petroleum a Jones Act shipping waiver allowing it to move fuel between U.S. ports on a foreign flagged vessel, two sources told Reuters on Friday, making it the second company to secure one this week. The waivers are intended to help ease distribution of fuel after a major pipeline serving the U.S. East Coast was forced shut by a cyberattack last week, triggering widespread shortages of gasoline, diesel and jet fuel. The Department of Homeland Security had announced the second waiver on Friday, but did not name the recipient.
Marine Atlantic's Argentia service has been pushed back almost three weeks, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic and high case counts in Nova Scotia. The route, which runs from Argentia, N.L., to North Sydney, N.S., was supposed to start June 16 but is now scheduled to begin July 4, the company said in a media release on Friday. The transportation agency cited "the uncertainty regarding the commencement of the Atlantic bubble and provincial travel restrictions." Customers can get a refund, pick an alternative travel date, or move to a crossing on the Port aux Basques run. "Please do not hesitate to contact our customer relations department and we will do everything we can to meet their needs. We thank customers for their patience and understanding as we continue to deal with the uncertainties of COVID-19," said Murray Hupam, president and CEO of Marine Atlantic, in a media release. The situation for travel among Atlantic provinces is much different now from even just a couple of months ago. Premiers in the Atlantic provinces had an early May target for the reopening of the Atlantic bubble, which would allow travellers to all four provinces to not having to isolate. However, Newfoundland and Labrador's participation was conditional, as it was coming off a spike in cases in February driven by a COVID-19 variant. While the province managed to get its situation with the virus back under control, Nova Scotia is now in the throes of its worst outbreak since the pandemic began. As of Thursday, that province had 1,572 active cases of COVID-19, with 85 people in hospital, 15 in intensive care. Nova Scotia has also closed its border to all non-essential travel. Read more from CBC Newfoundland and Labrador
Harry Potter New York, an immersive flagship store spanning three floors and over 21,000 square feet, opens next month on June 3
FREDERICTON — Parks Canada and the family of the late Jackie Vautour continue to argue over who is the rightful owner of property in New Brunswick's Kouchibouguac National Park. Vautour staged a 50-year battle against expropriation of the land prior to his death in February of this year, claiming he was Métis-Acadian and the land is unceded Mi'kmaq territory. Parks Canada has written two letters since early April seeking to have Vautour's belongings removed from the property and accusing the family of trespassing. The government says with Vautour's passing, so too has its leniency toward what it calls "the continuation of unlawful occupation." Elders Without Borders, which is representing the Vautours and other families who lived in the park, has warned Parks Canada against trying to remove property on the land. Vautour's son Edmond has moved a trailer onto the property and says he'll meet with lawyers and representatives of 68 other families on Sunday to decide their next step. This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 14, 2021. The Canadian Press
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Tim Nollen, Macquarie Media Tech Analyst joins the Yahoo Finance Live panel to discuss Disney’s latest earnings report.