Draymond Green (Golden State Warriors) with a dunk vs the Denver Nuggets, 04/12/2021
Draymond Green (Golden State Warriors) with a dunk vs the Denver Nuggets, 04/12/2021
Suresnes, May 11th 2021 – 8.50 a.m. Antoine Fiévet, Chairman and CEO, announces a new stage in the governance of Bel Group which should lead to the implementation of a separate governance system in 2022 and to the appointment of Cécile Béliot as CEO Under the impetus of its Chairman and CEO, the Bel Group has announced its intention to move towards a form of governance that separates the functions of Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer, which should lead Antoine Fiévet and the Nomination Committee to submit the appointment of Cécile Béliot to Group CEO for a vote by the Board of Directors in 2022. During the upcoming transitory period, Cécile Béliot becomes Group Executive Vice President and succeeds Antoine Fiévet as Chairman of the Supervisory Board of MOM (Materne®, Pom’Potes®/GoGo squeeZ®, Mont-Blanc® brands, etc.). Prepared for since Cécile Béliot joined Bel as Executive Vice President in charge of the Group’s Strategy, Growth levers and Markets, this evolution seeks to allow Bel Group to continue to lead its transformation, while perpetuating the vision and values carried by the Bel-Fiévet shareholder family since the creation of the company over 150 years ago. The mission undertaken by Cécile Béliot in this transitory period is to progressively prepare the next steps for bringing together Bel and MOM teams and to continue implementing the Group’s strategy on its three complementary product families – dairy, plant-based and fruit – in line with the innovation, internationalisation and modernisation processes that she has already set in motion within Bel. Since Cécile Béliot joined the Group in 2018, she has defined within the Executive Committee the pillars of the strategy for a sustainable growth model and has led alongside Antoine Fiévet the deployment of this strategy: acceleration of innovation with the shift towards plant-based products, overhaul of the brands’ missions while respecting their historic attributes, acceleration of the Group’s new geographical territories (USA, China…) and distribution channels (e-commerce, out-of-home…). Bel's Board of Directors has declared itself in favour of this move towards separate governance as of 2022. This type of governance has shown its strengths in many international companies and should allow both for short-term transformation and for long-term sustainable performance in an increasingly uncertain and complex world. Antoine Fiévet, Bel Group’s Board of Directors Chairman and Chief Executive Officer has said: “This governance shift is the fruit of a long-standing consideration, and I have wished to progressively set it up to guarantee the stability and sustainability of the Group’s growth. As we celebrate the 100th anniversary of our iconic brand, The Laughing Cow®, we are at a symbolic moment demonstrating our ability to take the long view. This is also a strategic moment, as we are accelerating on new growth territories: plant-based products and, through our MOM activities, the fruits segment. Cécile Béliot has shown over these past years her commitment to our Group’s values and DNA, her leadership, her ability to transform our model in order to uphold our mission: offering healthier and responsible food for all. I am convinced that she will be able to meet our future challenges and to continue developing sustainably our Group and its brands.” Cécile Béliot, Group Executive Vice President has said: “The trust shown in me by Antoine Fiévet and the shareholder family is a great honour, but above all a great responsibility. It commits me to the pursuit of our mission which we have undertaken together for three years now, and to be dedicated to the values which have made our Group’s success. I deeply believe in the strength of our model to invent the sustainable food of tomorrow, accessible to as many people as possible. I am proud that we are committed to this on a daily basis, together with all of the employees of the Group.” About BelThe Bel Group is a world leader in branded cheese and a major player in the healthy snack market. Its portfolio of differentiated and internationally recognized brands include such products as The Laughing Cow®, Kiri®, Mini Babybel®, Leerdammer®, Boursin®, Pom’Potes®, Nurishh®, and GoGo squeeZ®, as well as some 20 local brands. Together, these brands helped the Group generate sales of €3.46 billion in 2020. Some 12,510 employees in some 40 subsidiaries around the world contribute to the deployment of the Group's mission to champion healthier and responsible food all. Bel products are prepared at 33 production sites and distributed in nearly 120 countries. ------------------Press Contacts BelHavas Paris – email@example.comLaure Calixte – 06.33.81.81.17 Attachment 20210510_Havas_Bel_Press Release_Separate governance system_US
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New Delhi [India], May 11 (ANI): The proposed COVID-19 vaccination camp which was scheduled to be held at GSD Complex, Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi on Tuesday and Thursday, has been cancelled as government authorities have expressed inability to hold these camps due to non-availability of vaccines.
Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam has challenged the Progress Singapore Party NCMP Leong Mun Wai to debate the India–Singapore Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement, also known as CECA, in Parliament.
Fuel sales are almost back to pre-pandemic levels and bosses saw strong growth through its wholesale business.
Ferguson enjoyed unparalleled success as manager of Manchester United.
Rovio Entertainment Corporation Stock Exchange Release May 11, 2021 at 9.45 a.m. EESTRovio Entertainment Corporation: Management transactionsPerson subject to the notification requirement Name:Rene Lindell Position:Chief Financial Officer Initial Notification Reference number:743700H95H3OPXDV6568_20210510144741_10 IssuerName:Rovio Entertainment Corporation LEI:743700H95H3OPXDV6568 Transaction details Transaction date:May 7, 2021 Venue:First North Finland (FNFI) Nature of the transaction:Disposal Instrument:Financial instrument linked to a share or a debt instrument ISIN: FI4000440318 Volume:(1): Volume: 2,000 Unit price: 1.4 EUR(2): Volume: 750 Unit price: 1.4 EUR(3): Volume: 750 Unit price: 1.4 EUR(4): Volume: 250 Unit price: 1.4 EUR(5): Volume: 500 Unit price: 1.5 EUR(6): Volume: 8,000 Unit price: 1.49 EUR(7): Volume: 750 Unit price: 1.4 EUR(8): Volume: 750 Unit price: 1.4 EUR(9): Volume: 750 Unit price: 1.4 EUR Further details:Linked to stock option programme Aggregated transactions: Volume:(9): Volume: 14,500 Volume weighted average price: 1.4531 EUR ROVIO ENTERTAINMENT CORPORATION More information: Rene Lindell, CFOrene.firstname.lastname@example.org+358 40 485 8985 Distribution:Nasdaq Helsinki LtdKey mediahttps://investors.rovio.com/en About Rovio:Rovio Entertainment Corporation is a global, mobile-first games company that creates, develops and publishes mobile games, which have been downloaded over 4.5 billion times so far. Rovio is best known for the global Angry Birds brand, which started as a popular mobile game in 2009, and has since evolved from games to various entertainment and consumer products in brand licensing. Today, Rovio offers multiple mobile games, animations and produced The Angry Birds Movie in 2016. Its sequel, The Angry Birds Movie 2, was released in 2019. Rovio is headquartered in Finland and the company's shares are listed on the main list of NASDAQ Helsinki stock exchange with the trading code ROVIO. (www.rovio.com
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - May 11, 2021) - Eastern Platinum Limited (TSX: ELR) (JSE: EPS) ("Eastplats" or the "Company") is pleased to report the Company has dispatched 199.8 dry tons of platinum group metal ("PGM") concentrates containing 490.9 oz of PGMs under the offtake agreement with Impala Platinum Limited, within the production month of April 2021. This marks the first full month of PGM production following the recent completion of the reconfiguration ...
We all had our own ways of coping throughout the first year of quarantine. Some of us learned to dance via TikTok, some of us learned to bake banana bread, and some of us vowed to never wear jeans again. Gwyneth Paltrow, as it turns out, is no different. Last Monday, while on the SmartLess podcast — hosted by Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, and Will Arnett — the Goop founder reminded people that, despite her super holistic pandemic lifestyle, she, too, was a regular person just trying to survive the past year. And in 2020, she did some very regular-person things, like eating carbohydrates and drinking alcohol. Or as she called it: going “off the rails.” “I’ve been on a bit of a cleanout,” she told the hosts. “Basically during quarantine, I was drinking seven nights a week and making pasta and eating bread. Like I went totally off the rails. I mean, who drinks multiple drinks seven nights a week? That’s not healthy.” Despite calling her own habits unhealthy, this all seemed like a pretty average 2020 Tuesday to most of us. I mean, who among us hasn’t mainlined pasta and bread while watching Tiger King with a cocktail in hand (and a second ready to go)? Of course, drinking is personal: Two drinks a night may be no big deal for some but can feel problematic for others. And like Paltrow, many found that their consumption was perhaps worsened by the isolation (and boredom, and constant despair) in the early days of lockdown. That said, Paltrow seemed to indicate that she’s beyond her 14-drinks-a-week habit, and in fact, offered up tips on how to make her most signature cocktail. It includes — wait for it — quinoa whiskey, because of course, it does. When asked by Bateman whether her nightly drinks consisted of wine or something harder, she noted that she loved whiskey and shared her recipe for the cocktail she named after her grandfather Buster Paltrow, “because he liked whiskey sours.” “It’s this great quinoa whiskey from this distillery in Tennessee with maple syrup and lemon juice, and it’s just heaven,” Paltrow explained. “And I would have two of those every night of quarantine.” Now, only one question remains: Is Buster Paltrow’s secret whiskey drink really that good? I’ll be doing a real examination of that as soon as I can get my hands on some quinoa whiskey. If you are struggling with substance abuse, please visit FRANK or call 0300 123 6600 for friendly, confidential advice. Lines are open 24 hours a day. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Gwyneth Paltrow's Daughter Roasts Her On TikTokWhy Gwyneth Paltrow's Skin-Care Routine Is SuspectGwyneth Paltrow Says She Started The Masking Trend
Location: New York CityThis is a 'Ghost Forest'All the trees died from the effects of climate changeArtist Maya Lin wanted to raise awareness about the threat of rising sea water(SOUNDBITE) (English) ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER AND ARTIST, MAYA LIN, SAYING:"This is a grove of Atlantic Cedars, all of which, there are forty nine, [are] victims of saltwater inundation from rising seas due to climate change... Climate change is a phenomena that is happening very rapidly, and one of the phenomena, tragically, is it is killing off forests around the world. They're called, 'Ghost Forests'... I feel like time is running out."Each tree is from the Pine Barrens, 100 miles south of New York CityThe forest is on display for six months and admission is free
The last four ATP Masters 1000 events -- the most prestigious tournaments outside the Grand Slams -- have been won by players outside the 'Big Three' of Djokovic, Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer. Russian Daniil Medvedev, 25, won the ATP Finals and the Paris Masters titles last year and has already displaced Spaniard Nadal from second spot.
The authorities banned activists from discussing slavery reparations at a public event
Hong Kong officials dropped a plan to mandate foreign domestic workers be vaccinated against the coronavirus, after hearing international criticism the move would be discriminatory. Most of Hong Kong’s approximately 370,000 domestic workers come from Indonesia and the Philippines, both severely impacted by the pandemic. Hong Kong officials initially proposed the mandate after a foreign domestic worker tested positive for a coronavirus variant in April, with an unknown source of infection. Another worker arriving from the Philippines had also tested positive for a variant. Those findings prompted the city to order domestic workers to be tested for the virus at the end of April. The plan for mandatory vaccinations was dropped after officials assessed public health needs and the potential legal issues, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said at a regular news briefing Tuesday. The Philippines’ Secretary of Foreign Affairs Teodoro Locsin Jr. previously slammed the Hong Kong government for its mandatory vaccination plan for foreign domestic workers, saying that it “smacks of discrimination.” On Tuesday, Lam also announced a second round of mandatory tests for domestic workers as a precaution, which will begin on Saturday and last until the end of the May. She urged employers to allow the workers to take the test on a workday instead of on their day off. Hong Kong has so far reported 11,812 infections of the coronavirus, with 210 deaths. Indonesia has reported more than 1.7 million people infected and 47,000 deaths, while the Philippines has confirmed 1.1 million infections and 18,500 deaths from COVID-19. The Associated Press
A drug dealer who stockpiled two submachine guns and 300 rounds of ammunition at his flat has been jailed for 16 years. Terrence O’Connor, 25, hid the Uzi 9mm and Czech-made .32 Skorpion in a holdall behind a false wall panel in Edgware, north London, as pictured below. In April last year, O’Connor met a suspect who was under surveillance as part of a money laundering investigation, a court heard yesterday.
Alongside the journey through Dylan’s artistic landscape, the new exhibition will include curated immersive and interactive displays of his music and literary works adding context of this multi-faceted talent and his impact on popular culture spanning over half a century.
The Red Devils supporters forced the postponement of the match against the champions on 2 May in protest against the Glazer family’s ownership of the club
The government will set out its legislative agenda for the new parliamentary session in the Queen's Speech today. It will also be the Queen's first major public ceremonial duty since the death of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh. Here's what to expect in the speech, which you can watch and follow live from 10.30am on Sky News, online, and on the Sky News app.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson could be tempted to switch things up for tonight’s dead rubber with Southampton. Palace confirmed their top-flight status with a 2-0 win over Sheffield United, though in truth they have not been in a realistic relegation battle for some time. As such, the likes of Jean-Philippe Mateta, Scott Dann, Jairo Riedewald, Jordan Ayew and James McCarthy could come in.
On Monday, a huge crowd gathered outside AIADMK headquarters, in clear violation of the lockdown norms.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said in a letter to Amigo that it was concerned customers' compensation claims would be significantly reduced while shareholders were not being asked to contribute, the company said. Amigo said over 95% of votes cast by current and former customers to date were in favour of the scheme, ahead of a creditors' meeting on Wednesday. Amigo's rescue plan has drawn criticism from politicians and consumer groups for potentially short-changing customers.