Allegations against prolific film and theater producer Scott Rudin shine a light on a Hollywood culture that enables—and encourages—abuse in the workplace.
The 33-year old Hayes played seven years in the NFL, last suiting up in 2014.
The Law Offices of Frank R. Cruz Announces Investigation of Unique Fabricating, Inc. (UFAB) on Behalf of Investors
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Assured Guaranty UK Limited (AGUK*) announces that it has guaranteed scheduled principal and interest payments on approximately £327 million of index-linked secured bonds (the Bonds) raised in the public market by QAH Finance Plc (the Issuer), a newly incorporated special purpose company.
Henry Schein CEO Stanley Bergman submits letter to congressional subcommittee supporting expanded COVID vaccine distribution.
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Academics said it is difficult to say which is the best way to discontinue antidepressant use.
Streamline Healthcare Solutions (Streamline) is a proud Partner sponsor of NAMI Chicago’s Light the Darkness Gala being virtually held on April 29, 2021. As one of the largest, most active affiliates of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, NAMI Chicago works to educate and bring awareness to fight against the stigma of mental health and discrimination within their community. They are fierce advocates for their community and share hope, connection, and expertise with those individuals who are on their mental health journey.
Office Depot today announced that it recognized 19 forward-thinking organizations from across the country for their leadership in greener purchasing.
Griffin Capital Company, LLC ("Griffin Capital"), a leading privately-held alternative asset manager, and Legacy Partners ("Legacy"), a privately-owned national multifamily development and management firm, announced today the sale of MODA at Monrovia Station ("MODA"), a 261-unit, Class A multifamily community located in Monrovia, California. The property was purchased for $100 million by Opportunity Housing Group as a property administrator for the California Statewide Communities Development Authority (CSCDA). Legacy Partners developed the property in a financial partnership with Griffin Capital and Silverpeak Real Estate Partners. Legacy will continue to manage the community following the sale closing.
Croma-Pharma GmbH (Croma) always strives to support physicians in their work in the best possible way. For this reason, the company has developed an interactive e-learning platform with continuing education offerings for physicians working in the field of minimally invasive aesthetic. In this way, Croma aims to help health care professionals achieve sustainable growth and success in their medical clinics/practices.
Topcon Agriculture announces new manual guidance and autosteering receivers — the AGM-1 and AGS-2 — and new Topnet Live cellular, satellite and bridging correction services: Realpoint, Starpoint, and Skybridge.
Leading storage cloud company Backblaze, and Jamf (JAMF)—the standard in Apple enterprise management—announced a joint solution partnership to make Backblaze backup and data protection services available with ease in the Jamf admin ecosystem.
Today, Square announced its participation as a technology partner in the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF), a $28.6 billion grant program administered by the Small Business Administration (SBA). The RRF will provide free monetary awards to restaurants and other food and beverage businesses that sustained financial losses from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The "Oxy Fuel Combustion Technology Market Forecast to 2028 - COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis By Offerings (Solution and Services), End-Use Industry (Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Manufacturing, Metal & Mining, and Others)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyFox News host and right-wing hanger-on Sean Hannity shelled out $5.3 million for a beach-front house on the south end of Palm Beach—less than three miles from Mar-a-Lago, property records show.The buy makes Hannity the latest in a long-line of conservative media figures to set up shop in the wealthy south Florida town, sometimes called Billionaire’s Row. After Joe Biden’s inauguration in January, Donald Trump moved down there into a 17-acre estate with three bomb shelters and a 20,000-square-foot ballroom coated in gold leaf. Ann Coulter and recently deceased Rush Limbaugh called the place home for years. Roger Ailes died at an Ocean Lane mansion in 2017, after moving to town following his Fox settlement the year prior. Borat star Rudy Giuliani has a condo nearby.Hannity made the purchase, first reported by the Palm Beach Post, on April 15, according to the deed finalized by the county clerk’s office on Tuesday—just one month after the sellers bought it themselves. Recycled clothes manufacturer Camilo Raful and jeweler Patricia Robalino first snagged the place on March 19 for $4.2 million, a 20 percent discount on what Hannity paid. The couple still owns a neighboring house, according to the Post.Oligarch Son to Pay Mom $100 Million in World’s Most Expensive Divorce BattleThe three-bedroom townhouse sits at “The Residences at Sloans Curve,” a gated, beach-front enclave where the six cheap houses start at $2.5 million, and the 17 tonier ones—several thousand square feet each, “all with private pools”—kick off at $4 million.Built in 1981, the Sloans Curve development maintains a 24-hour staff stationed in gatehouses across the compound, a selection of community pools (in addition to the private ones), a gym, six tennis courts, and what the Post described as a “party room.”Hannity’s model spans about 5,086-square-feet of living space, with 4.5 bathrooms, a two-car garage, “a very large living room,” and a “huge master bedroom facing the ocean with fireplace, large balcony, his & hers bathrooms, and large closets,” according to Zillow.The house sits directly south of casino billionaire Steve Wynn, the former RNC finance chairman and owner of Vegas staples like the Golden Nugget and the Bellagio.Hannity is a prolific house-buyer—a 2018 report from The Guardian linked the pundit to shell companies that have paid some $90 million on over 870 homes across seven states. According to the piece, those homes ranged from “luxurious mansions to rentals for low-income families.”Unlike many of those shell companies, Hannity owns the Palm Beach pad under his own name, but lists a wealth management firm in Georgia as his mailing address.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
The Ontario Junior Hockey League has formally announced the cancellation of the 2020 / 21 season. It's not like the League had a real season to begin with. Only six OJHL clubs have played in 58 exhibition games this season. Regional Public Health Unit regulations made it next to impossible to get any real games going around the province. In August 2020, the OJHL developed a comprehensive “Return to the Rink” procedural plan with strict protocols which were presented and approved by the OHF for Junior hockey to be used in each of the leagues under the OHA. These protocols have been followed for all of the exhibition play within the association that have taken place this season with the safety of all those who were able to participate taken very seriously. Although a significant amount of diligent planning, preparation and consultation with relevant medical professionals has taken place to date, the current Stay at Home order, due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, has resulted in additional operational challenges for the league to undertake a successful season for all of its teams. That includes some municipalities moving to remove ice in their facilities with the announcement of the recent Provincial COVID-19 restrictions. “Week after week, the OJHL has adjusted the League plan with the goal of getting any type of possible season in for our players,” said OJHL Commissioner, Marty Savoy. “With Ontario currently in a 28-day stay-at-home order and the end of the Hockey Canada season fast approaching, the League's Board of Governors have made the very difficult decision to officially conclude the 2020 /21 OJHL season and turn our attention and planning for the upcoming 2021 / 22 season. While this past year has been difficult for everyone, our immediate focus is to lean in to our 2021 / 22 planning with a continued focus on health and safety, along with exciting operation enhancements we have been working towards for our League, which we will have details on soon.” While the season is being concluded, the league also announced that once the current “Stay at Home” orders are lifted, teams which are permitted to play and able to do so within their respective Regional Health Unit, will be allowed to conduct exhibition play together with the continued approval process the league has implemented along with its strict COVID-19 operating protocols. “The OJHL has studied every possible scenario to get our players back on the ice and unfortunately with the current state of the pandemic and provincial guidelines, we are are unable to conduct the 2020 / 21 season,” stated OJHL Chairman, Marc Mercier. “As a Governor of a team within the League, I realize the disappointment and impact this decision has on our players. The League will continue to look at other possible programming for our teams and players, however the official 2020 / 21 season has been concluded and all of our attention has been set upon a safe and exciting upcoming season.” Brian Lockhart, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, New Tecumseth Times
Russia announced on Thursday it was ordering troops back to base from the area near the border with Ukraine, apparently calling an end to a buildup of tens of thousands of soldiers that had alarmed the West. The currencies of both Russia and Ukraine rose sharply after the announcement, signalling relief among investors just hours after Russia also ended war games in Crimea, the peninsula it occupied and annexed from Ukraine in 2014. There was no immediate response from Western countries, but a pullout of the troops brought in on top of the permanent contingent was likely to be welcomed by countries that had been expressing alarm at the prospect of further Russian intervention in eastern Ukraine.
Updates to 'Call of Duty' for 'Warzone' and 'Modern Warfare' now support NVIDIA's DLSS, promising up to much higher frame rates in 4K.