NVRO earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
Unknown gunmen suspected of terrorism killed two members of Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, the official IRNA news agency reported on Thursday. The Guard members also killed two gunmen and wounded several of their accomplices in the Wednesday night shootout near Kurdish town of Marivan, near the border of Iraq. The report identified the fallen Guard members as Osman Jahani and Nasser Amini without giving their rank.
Franklin is among the last North Carolina school districts under a federal desegregation order. But the charter school says it would help with diversity efforts.
OTTAWA — Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland says the country needs a boost in the supply of housing to help make prices more affordable, but suggests there may be other steps governments can take. Speaking at a virtual event, Freeland says the federal government wants to work with lower levels of government on the issue, saying there is more that cities, provinces and Ottawa can do together. Freeland didn't detail what other options could be out there during her hour-long talk with the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade. Monday's federal budget promised $2.4 billion over five years, beginning with nearly $1.8 billion this fiscal year, for affordable housing and pledged to tax foreigners who own vacant homes in Canada. While Freeland says affordability is first and foremost an issue of supply, she also says housing shouldn't be used by foreign buyers to store wealth offshore. However, she says the government will take into account concerns from places like Whistler, B.C., where a tax may be problematic for Americans who own vacation properties in the area. This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 22, 2021. The Canadian Press
Rita Moreno's colorful life is explored in a new documentary that delves into the harassment, sexism and racism she faced as one of the few Latin actors in early Hollywood
The Clean Hydrogen Future Coalition (CHFC) welcomes the bipartisan cooperation demonstrated by Senators Young (R-IN) and Whitehouse (D-RI) on the introduction of the Hydrogen Utilization and Sustainability Act (Hy USA). Hy USA marks the growing recognition of the role that clean hydrogen must play in the energy transition. "The CHFC is encouraged by the leadership of Senators Young and Whitehouse on Hy USA", says Erik Mason, Global Head of Energy Trading for Nikola and CHFC Chair, "and we look forward to working with them to expand opportunities for the use of clean hydrogen throughout all sectors of our economy." The CHFC is pleased that Hy USA acknowledges an all of the above approach to decarbonizing and improving the reliability of the electric grid and will work to expand this approach throughout the economy.
Gateway is proud to announce more than 100 of its team members have been named Top Originators by Scotsman Guide.
My advice to the advice industry? Let me make my own mistakes. In the space of 24 hours, people I had never met told me how to sleep, how to sit, how to walk, what to eat and how to breathe
Australian judge and barrister involved in same case fail to declare relationship. Lawyers for a Perth man say the contact between John Walters and Gillian Anderson strikes at the foundation of the justice system
China threatens to retaliate after Australia cancels two Belt and Road agreements. Chinese state media says the Australian government has fired a ‘major shot’ in what could be another trade war
Urgent need to find safe ways for patients to withdraw from antidepressants, survey finds. More than 4 million Australians received mental health-related prescriptions in 2018-19 some 70% of which were for antidepressants
‘Lives being wasted’: how Australia’s mental health system lets young people down. A piecemeal care approach lacking in clarity is exacerbating burgeoning youth mental health issues. An inadequate system can’t keep up
More than 5,500 people get NSW police record after strip searches which found nothing illegal. Exclusive: watchdog warns recording details in central intelligence database could lead to further targeting with no cause
Indian Australians say new Covid travel restrictions a heavy blow. India is experiencing record number of coronavirus cases but Coalition’s measures seen as ‘very tough’ for local community
With me today are Joe Gorder, our chairman and CEO; Lane Riggs, our president and COO; Jason Fraser, our executive vice president and CFO; Gary Simmons, our executive vice president and chief commercial officer; and several other members of Valero's senior management team. If you have not received the earnings release and would like a copy, you can find one on our website at investorvalero.com.
Australia has been talking up its climate credentials – but do the claims stack up?. The government is under pressure to do more to tackle global heating but critics say the PM has instead employed ‘Trumpian misrepresentation’
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Scottish pop rockers were known for songs like “Saturday Night” and “Bye, Bye Baby” Les McKeown, the Scottish lead singer of the ’70s pop rock band Bay City Rollers, has died. He was 65. McKeown’s passing was announced through his Twitter page on Thursday, with his family Keiko and Jubei McKeown saying he died suddenly at his home on Tuesday, April 20. “It is with profound sadness that we announce the death of our beloved husband and father Leslie Richard McKeown,” read the message. “We are currently making arrangements for his funeral and ask for privacy after the shock of our profound loss.” Also Read: Jim Steinman, Rock Composer for Meat Loaf and Celine Dion, Dies at 73 McKeown formed Bay City Rollers in 1973 and hit the pop charts behind their first single “Remember,” which topped out at No. 6 on the UK charts. The band was known for their hooky, bubblegum pop tracks in the vein of bands like The Partridge Family, and their Scottish good looks didn’t hurt with teen girl fans either. The band’s best known songs included “Bye, Bye Baby” and “Give A Little Love,” which both hit No. 1 in the UK, before finally scoring a major hit in the U.S. behind “Saturday Night.” Between 1975 and 1978, the band played sold out gigs in the U.S., Japan, Britain, Europe, New Zealand and Australia. Les McKeown left the band in 1978, which led the band to change its name to just The Rollers and recruit a new singer, but they quickly fizzled out. McKeown reunited for a series of reunion shows in 1982, then recorded an album, 1985’s “Breakout,” that would be their first studio LP in seven years. McKeown even continued touring with Bay City Rollers to this day and had a series of tour dates lined up for this summer. Read original story Les McKeown, Bay City Rollers Lead Singer, Dies at 65 At TheWrap
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CS earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2021.