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A Milan arbitral tribunal ruled on Friday in favour of Blackstone Group in a disputed sale of the headquarters of RCS, rejecting all claims made by the Italian publisher, a legal source and one with knowledge of the matter told Reuters. RCS Mediagroup, which publishes the influential daily Corriere della Sera, launched arbitration proceedings in late 2018 to nullify the 2013 sale of its historic headquarters in central Milan to Blackstone, saying the U.S. investment firm had paid too low a price at a time when RCS faced financial difficulties. Blackstone, which paid 120 million euros ($145 million) for the offices, has in turn accused RCS of falsely claiming that it still owns the building and of improperly blocking its sale to Germany's Allianz.
What can England do to combat the Indian Covid variant?Possible measures that could be taken by the government to limit the spread of the variantCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage A member of the public receives a Covid-19 vaccine at a vaccination centre in Bolton, north-west England, on Friday. Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - May 14, 2021) - WHY: New York, N.Y., May 14, 2021. Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds purchasers of the securities of Churchill Capital Corp IV (NYSE: CCIV) between January 11, 2021 and February 22, 2021, inclusive (the "Class Period"), of the important June 28, 2021 lead plaintiff deadline.SO WHAT: If you purchased Churchill Capital securities during the Class Period you may be entitled ...
MONTIGNY-LE-BRETONNEUX, France (Reuters) - Clement Bosko, a 31-year-old Frenchman who works in train maintenance, this week scored a lucky ticket: an appointment to get a COVID-19 vaccination. "I want to go on holiday this summer, so I said to myself: 'I'll get myself vaccinated as soon as possible,'" he said on Friday after receiving his shot at a velodrome west of Paris that had been converted to a vaccination centre. Until now, France's vaccination programme has focussed on people over 50 or with underlying health conditions.
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Fatigue, flares and fine details threaten Manchester United’s marchLast season Solskjær’s side faced a defining game at Leicester and won. Are they in shape to repeat the trick against Villarreal? Manchester United’s Victor Lindelöf on Thursday at Old Trafford, where Liverpool won 4-2. Photograph: Tom Jenkins/The Guardian
A 23-year-old man who was shot dead during a fight at the Capri Apartments Tuesday night has been identified as Reaqwon Garrick, of Columbia, the Richland County coroner announced Friday.
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After a secondary stock offering netted AMC Entertainment Holdings (NYSE: AMC) some $428 million, one analyst thinks the theater operator's finances are increasingly solidifying and that could send its stock "sharply higher." A confluence of events caused B. Riley analyst Eric Wold to raise his price target on AMC to $16 from $13 and reiterate his buy rating on the stock. Back in January, AMC had been scrambling to cobble together $1 billion from lenders to stay afloat when it seemed likely it would declare bankruptcy, but it has been able to take advantage of a soaring stock price due to a massive short squeeze.
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Shares of lidar maker Aeva Technologies (NYSE: AEVA) were trading sharply higher on Friday following its first-ever quarterly report as a public company. As of 12:15 p.m. EDT today, Aeva's shares were up about 16.3% from Thursday's closing price. Aeva reported its first-quarter results after the U.S. markets closed on Thursday, and they were good.
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - May 14, 2021) - iQSTEL, Inc. (OTC Pink: IQST) today released a letter to shareholders in conjunction with the publication of the company's Q1-FY2021 financial report. The letter includes the introduction of a new YouTube channel with videos detailing company operations. The letter is included in its entirety below:We issue this shareholder letter under the complicated economic environment resulting from Covid-19, but nevertheless, with much optimism.The ...
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A Toronto cosmetic surgeon and self-styled social media influencer will be unable to practice medicine for six months after a disciplinary committee found he committed "multifaceted and longstanding" violations of patient privacy. Dr. Martin Jugenburg – who goes by Dr. 6ix on social media – had his licence suspended by the discipline committee of the College of Physicians and Surgeons on Wednesday. The suspension will come into effect 30 days after the college rendered its decision. "The most prominent aggravating factor, in our view, is the multifaceted and longstanding nature of Dr. Jugenburg’s professional misconduct," the committee wrote. "Dr. Jugenburg’s misconduct affected many patients ... and persisted over a period of years." Jugenburg opened the Toronto Cosmetic Surgery Institute in 2012 on Level 2 of the Royal York Hotel in downtown Toronto, and installed eight security cameras in the facility, including in the operating room, college documents read. While there was a sign in the operating room saying the area was under video surveillance, it wasn't readily visible to patients. The facility expanded to a second level in 2017 and 16 more cameras were installed, filming operating rooms, procedure rooms and other areas of the clinic 24 hours a day. Videos recorded by the cameras on the second level were accessible to Jugenburg through an app on his phone, and the college said there were no signs telling patients that their encounters in the rooms were being filmed. "Initially, Dr. Jugenburg’s understanding of the risks to which he was exposing his patients was slow to develop," the committee said. "He was warned in late 2016 of patient concerns with respect to privacy violations on social and other media, yet he nevertheless proceeded with installing a video surveillance system that resulted in even more egregious and ongoing violations of patient privacy." The surveillance system has now been replaced with one that better protects patient privacy. In a separate complaint, the discipline committee said, Jugenburg allowed a television crew to film a patient's breast augmentation without her informed consent in 2016. That same year, his office posted "before and after" photos of another woman's breast augmentation online against her wishes, college documents said. "Patient B felt pressured to contribute to Dr. Jugenburg’s social media platforms, and felt that Dr. Jugenburg was insensitive and more focused on social media than on her recovery," the committee said. Jugenburg also posted before-and-after photos of a patient's 2013 facelift on his website without her consent – something she didn't find out about until 2018. "It wasn’t until relatively recently that Dr. Jugenburg took the initiative to personally review all postings to ensure that consent was in place," the committee said. "He should have acted more expeditiously to address the concerns brought to his attention." But there are several points in Jugenburg's favour, the committee said, including that he has now taken full responsibility for his misconduct. "His insight, albeit slow to develop as noted above, now appears to be good," the committee said. In addition to the six-month suspension, Jugenburg has been reprimanded. He's also been ordered to pay costs to the college of more than $30,000. Jugenburg's lawyer did not immediately respond to request for comment. This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 14, 2021. Nicole Thompson, The Canadian Press
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