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WHY: Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, announces an investigation of potential securities claims on behalf of shareholders of PureCycle Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: PCT) resulting from allegations that PureCycle may have issued materially misleading business information to the investing public.
New Delhi [India], May 7 (ANI): Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) on Thursday termed as "fake" a 21-point list of dos and don'ts related to COVID-19 doing the rounds on social media in its name.
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Halper Sadeh LLP, a global investor rights law firm, is investigating whether the merger of Equity Commonwealth (NYSE: EQC) and Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corporation is fair to Equity Commonwealth shareholders. Under the merger, Equity Commonwealth will acquire Monmouth in an all-stock transaction. Upon closing, Equity Commonwealth shareholders are expected to own approximately 65% of the pro forma company.
Company continues more than 100-year history of issuing cash dividendDETROIT, May 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The DTE Energy Board of Directors declared a $1.085 per share dividend on its common stock payable July 15, 2021 to shareholders of record at the close of business June 30, 2021. This continues DTE Energy's consistent dividend history, having issued a cash dividend for more than 100 years. "Our shareholders place a high value on our dividend and the role DTE plays in delivering consistent above-average returns,” said Jerry Norcia, DTE Energy president and CEO. "DTE's continued dividend performance supports all of our stakeholders." About DTE Energy DTE Energy (NYSE: DTE) is a Detroit-based diversified energy company involved in the development and management of energy-related businesses and services nationwide. Its operating units include an electric company serving 2.2 million customers in Southeast Michigan and a natural gas company serving 1.3 million customers in Michigan. The DTE portfolio includes energy businesses focused on power and industrial projects; renewable natural gas; natural gas pipelines, gathering and storage; and energy marketing and trading. As an environmental leader, DTE utility operations will reduce carbon dioxide and methane emissions by more than 80 percent by 2040 to produce cleaner energy while keeping it safe, reliable and affordable. DTE Electric, DTE Gas and DTE Midstream aspire to achieve net zero carbon and greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. DTE is committed to serving with its energy through volunteerism, education and employment initiatives, philanthropy and economic progress. Information about DTE is available at dteenergy.com, empoweringmichigan.com, twitter.com/dte_energy and facebook.com. CONTACT: Pete Ternes DTE Energy 313.235.5555
Vaccinating the globe against COVID-19 needs to be sped up to beat mutations of the virus, and the United States is looking at how it can do more to help, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Thursday. The United States has pledged to start sharing up to 60 million doses of AstraZeneca Plc's vaccine with other countries, and President Joe Biden on Wednesday threw U.S. support behind waiving intellectual property rights for COVID-19 vaccines.
As marketers continue leaning into new tools and technologies to prepare for a world without third-party cookies, much of the conversation about adaptation has focused on planning and targeting. These are obviously critical aspects of any marketing strategy, but it's important to not exclude the need for accurate measurement as changes in the digital media environment accelerate.
San Francisco, CA, May 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Corcoran Global Living has affiliated with The Realty Alliance, a real estate networking and think tank group comprised of close to 70 real estate firms nationwide, representing more than 100,000 real estate sales associates, mortgage loan officers, title agents and employees. The Realty Alliance includes most of the large, full service residential real estate brokerage firms in America that have affiliated businesses. “We’re excited about the opportunities this new affiliation will offer our associates in support of our clients and our communities,” commented Michael Mahon, CEO and Founder of Corcoran Global Living. “This membership will enable us to benchmark our products, programs, and services against the very best in the industry. The Realty Alliance connects us with ideas and solutions for the unique challenges of the real estate industry – through collaboration with fellow members who are among most highly regarded brokerages in the U.S. Our clients will benefit from the increased level of expertise and efficiency our associates gain as we incorporate the innovative ideas we garner from this new relationship.” The Realty Alliance leads industry thought and is an influential force in shaping industry policy and practice. Members of The Realty Alliance enjoy a range of discounts on products and services, negotiated using the size and market strength of the organization. The Realty Alliance offers members the most comprehensive curriculum of ongoing informative meetings and seminars available in the industry. They also offer up-to-date research on a complete range of current topics being addressed by real estate brokers across North America. Member firms must provide The Realty Alliance with detailed financial information as well as production figures, which are used to provide benchmarking criteria to all members. In addition, member firms are encouraged to maintain strict performance and client satisfaction standards to retain their membership status. The Realty Alliance serves owners and principals of the largest real estate firms as well as the leaders of the various divisions of each company and affiliated businesses. “The addition of Corcoran Global Living makes The Realty Alliance an even stronger organization and makes The Realty Alliance able to better shape the real estate industry for the benefit of consumers and better able to serve its current members,” said Craig Cheatham, President and CEO of The Realty Alliance. “Corcoran Global Living is a great fit among the elite residential real estate firms in the United States and Canada. Admission to this network is far from a given, and companies have to pass a rigorous evaluation process not only to be considered, but also to gain membership. The Realty Alliance is growing in strength and numbers each year, and we are pleased to have Corcoran Global Living as part of that growth.” About Corcoran Global Living Founded on the principle of putting people first, Corcoran Global Living, an affiliate of The Corcoran Group, serves the California and Nevada markets with 47 strategically located offices in Northern California, Southern California and Reno/Lake Tahoe. Corcoran Global Living is well positioned to provide exceptional service to its very loyal customer base, with more than 1,600 dedicated, professional agents and gross annual sales of $6.4 billion. Known for making a positive difference in the communities in which associates and staff live, the Corcoran Global Living organization is poised for exponential expansion to service clients in additional markets and communities throughout the United States. From luxury homes and income properties to vacation getaways and first-time homes, Corcoran Global Living has the experience, insight and expertise to achieve and surpass clients’ highest expectations. For more information, visit CorcoranGL.com. Attachment The Realty Alliance-01 CONTACT: Phoebe Rachles Corcoran Global Living 4154263211 firstname.lastname@example.org
India’s coronavirus deaths rose by a record 3,780 during the last 24 hours, a day after the country became the world’s second, after the United States, to cross the grim milestone of 2 crore total cases mark
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AURORA, Ontario, May 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Magna International Inc. (TSX: MG; NYSE: MGA) today announced voting results from its 2021 annual meeting of shareholders held on May 6, 2021. A total of 242,383,350 Common Shares or 80.43% of our issued and outstanding Common Shares were represented in person or by proxy at the meeting. Shareholders voted in favour of each item of business, as follows: a. Election of Directors NomineeVotes FORNomineeVotes FORPeter G. Bowie99.81%Mary Lou Maher99.77%Mary S. Chan99.15%Cynthia A. Niekamp99.93%Hon. V. Peter Harder99.10%William A. Ruh99.94%Seetarama S. Kotagiri (CEO)99.77%Dr. Indira V. Samarasekera98.13%Dr. Kurt J. Lauk99.56%Lisa S. Westlake99.12%Robert F. MacLellan99.53%William L. Young97.25% b. Other Items of Business ItemVotes FORReappointment of Deloitte99.68%Say on Pay93.33% Based on the voting results, each of the 12 nominees was elected with a substantial majority. Similarly, Deloitte was reappointed as Magna’s independent auditors and the Say on Pay resolution was approved, in each case by a substantial majority. Detailed voting results are included as Appendix “A” to this press release. INVESTOR CONTACTLouis Tonelli, Vice-President, Investor Relations email@example.com │ 905.726.7035 MEDIA CONTACT Tracy Fuerst, Vice-President, Corporate Communications & PR firstname.lastname@example.org │ 248.631.5396 OUR BUSINESS (1)Magna is more than one of the world’s largest suppliers in the automotive space. We are a mobility technology company with a global, entrepreneurial-minded team of 158,000 employees and an organizational structure designed to innovate like a startup. With 60+ years of expertise, and a systems approach to design, engineering and manufacturing that touches nearly every aspect of the vehicle, we are positioned to support advancing mobility in a transforming industry. Our global network includes 347 manufacturing operations and 84 product development, engineering and sales centres spanning 28 countries. For further information about Magna (NYSE:MGA; TSX:MG), please visit www.magna.com or follow us on Twitter @MagnaInt. _____________________ (1) Manufacturing operations, product development, engineering and sales centres and employee figures include certain equity-accounted operations. Appendix “A” VOTING RESULTS - 2021 ANNUAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS ResolutionVotes ForVotes Withheld/Against#%#%Elect Peter G. Bowie as Director234,432,16999.81446,8130.19Elect Mary S. Chan as Director232,881,59999.151,997,3830.85Elect Hon. V. Peter Harder as Director232,770,08999.102,108,8930.90Elect Seetarama S. Kotagiri (CEO) as Director234,347,74499.77531,2380.23Elect Dr. Kurt J. Lauk as Director233,856,51099.561,022,4720.44Elect Robert F. MacLellan as Director233,763,58899.531,115,3940.47Elect Mary Lou Maher as Director234,334,99199.77543,9910.23Elect Cynthia A. Niekamp as Director234,708,19599.93170,7870.07Elect William A. Ruh as Director234,738,84499.94140,1380.06Elect Dr. Indira V. Samarasekera as Director230,484,46498.134,394,5181.87Elect Lisa S. Westlake as Director232,821,58199.122,057,4010.88Elect William L. Young as Director228,420,69697.256,458,2862.75Re-Appointment of Deloitte LLP as Auditors241,597,26999.68786,0810.32Advisory Resolution on Executive Compensation219,222,30593.3315,656,6776.67
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Massachusetts sued a unit of French advertising company Publicis Groupe SA on Thursday, accusing it of fueling the U.S. opioid crisis by using unfair and deceptive marketing to help drugmaker Purdue Pharma sell more OxyContin. The state attorney general Maura Healey said Publicis Health created a public nuisance from 2010 to 2019 through its work for drugmakers on campaigns to persuade doctors to prescribe more opioids, including to patients who did not need them. Purdue alone paid Publicis more than $50 million for its work, which continued even after Publicis proposed in 2016 that Purdue shut down its sales force to "fully embrace a deeper-held responsibility" the drugmaker owed the public, Healey said.
When Ottawa announced a new federal program that would provide a path to permanent residency (PR) for temporary foreign workers in Canada, the effort was welcomed by many. Under the program, 30,000 workers in essential roles such as transportation, construction, and agriculture will be able to apply to become permanent residents in May. The program will also accept 20,000 foreign health care workers and 40,000 international students. This is part of the federal government’s efforts to reach its goal of admitting 401,000 immigrants in 2021. But one migrant justice organization says the move is “a smokescreen that fails to address Canada’s racist and exclusionary immigration system.” On April 22, Justicia For Migrant Workers (J4MW), a volunteer-run collective that advocates for the rights of migrant farm workers, published an open letter on their website in response to Ottawa’s program. “The reforms do nothing to change the indentureship of thousands of migrant workers in Canada,” it reads. “Migrant agricultural workers who work under a system of indentured labour will once again see no improvements to their working and living conditions as a result of the continuation of a closed work permit system that binds workers to one employer.” “Instead, migrant farm workers are put into competition with over 90 other occupations for a measly 30,000 spots, when over 50,000 farm workers have entered Canada on tied work permits during the pandemic alone.” Every year, between 50,000 and 60,000 foreign agricultural workers come to Canada, many from Central America and the Caribbean. They make up more than 60 per cent of all foreign workers under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP). For these workers, work permits are tied to their employers, making them vulnerable to exploitation. While they are able to apply for open work permits, the threat of being deported makes it difficult for them to report employer abuse. Language proficiency and education requirements make achieving permanent residency status prohibitive. Communal—and often cramped—living spaces, coupled with close-proximity working environments, meant the pandemic made both working and living situations more dangerous for workers. In May and June of 2020, Mexican nationals Bonifacio Eugenio-Romero, Rogelio Munoz Santos, and Juan Lopez Chaparro died after contracting COVID-19. That year, more than 1,780 migrant workers in Ontario tested positive for the coronavirus. “What we see now [is that] migrant workers are part of the dialogue around essential workers. They’ve been coming to Canada since the 1960s through these programs, but the pandemic has highlighted their importance even more,” says Evelyn Encalada Grez, assistant professor in the labour studies program at Simon Fraser University’s sociology and anthropology department, and co-founder of J4MW. “However, that hasn’t materialized into them being granted tangible rights. They’re still beholden to their employers,” she says. Ottawa’s permanent residency program, which will start accepting applications on May 6, requires that applicants meet language requirements, have valid temporary status or be eligible for its restoration, and complete both the application and payment online. This leaves out workers who are undocumented. “This announcement doesn’t recognize this very vulnerable group of folks who are also part of the backbone of agriculture,” says Encalada Grez. “There is no pathway for them to regularize their status in Canada.” In the open letter, J4MW calls the language requirement in Ottawa’s program ‘discriminatory’ and that it would exclude most low-waged agricultural workers. It also says that permanent residence fees have long restricted low-wage, racialized migrant workers and their families from receiving PR status. “The overwhelming majority of participants in Canada’s long-standing agricultural indentured programs will reap no benefits to their everyday lived realities, despite their ongoing and continued resistance against deplorable housing and working conditions,” reads the letter. Encalada Grez says the announcement is creating confusion and frustration among migrant workers. “It’s another way of excluding migrant workers and playing around with their hopes and expectations, in a time when they’ve literally put their lives on the line to feed Canadians, and they’re not being rewarded or recognized appropriately in any way,” she says. “It’s very unfortunate, and it’s not a victory at all.” She adds that she thought the pandemic would finally usher in reforms to the SAWP and TFWP, as well as grant status to migrant farm workers. “I don’t know what it’s going to take. If it’s not a pandemic, what else is it going to take for the Canadian government to recognize migrant farm workers and their families who have been part of our communities?” she says. “They’re the ones that put their lives at risk constantly to feed us.” On May 5, just a day before the program started accepting applications for permanent residency, application guidelines were published online. Immigration minister Marco Mendicino said that the program was “unprecedented,” and that he was open to receiving input from the immigration sector on how the program can be improved. “I also acknowledge that because it’s a new program, that we have a lot of legwork to do to make sure that it is communicated clearly, and that there will be access to the program,” he said. “Our department stands at the ready to assist those who will be making their way through the applications process.” Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect later developments since it was first published. Johna Baylon, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, New Canadian Media
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A man was rushed to the hospital Thursday morning after his boat exploded about 300 yards off the shore of Dinner Key Marina, Miami Fire Rescue said.