Investors are all-in on this pot stock's plans to expand outside of Canada. Should you give its shares a try as well?
The "Drug Eluting Balloons (DEBs) - Global Market Trajectory & Analytics" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Alter Domus ("Alter Domus" or the "Company"), a leading provider of integrated solutions for the alternative investment industry, announces the creation of 100 new jobs, substantially increasing headcount at its European Centre of Excellence in Cork.
Future-Ready organizations leveraging digital to operate faster and smarter could help unlock $5 trillion in economic growth, says Accenture.
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The Democrats' priority in power must be to stop minority rule. This is no time for incrementalism. Only a bold effort to strengthen US democracy will prevent the return of rightwing minority rule
The cinema chain, which is the second most shorted UK listed company, according to Short Tracker, follows in the footsteps of GameStop.
Severe delays in property sales could leave many buyers wishing they had not bothered.
Bailiffs from the National Eviction Team had moved in before 5am, according to HS2 Rebellion, but many protesters remain.
The "Digital Content - Global Market Trajectory & Analytics" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The Prime Minister said he takes ‘full responsibility’ for the choices made by his Government.
CoreCivic and the GEO Group, two of the largest U.S. private prison companies, could lose as much as a quarter of their revenue, about $1 billion a year between them, under new limits on the sector from President Joe Biden. Shares in GEO Group and CoreCivic took a hit on Tuesday after Biden signed an executive order to roll back the U.S. government's use of private prisons, a part of what he called an initiative to tackle systemic racism. Shares of GEO and CoreCivic had already been walloped in the past year as COVID-19 restrictions at the U.S.-Mexico border and capacity restrictions for health reasons kept facilities they operate for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) well below capacity.
The US has recorded more than 416,000 deaths due to the pandemic so far
Sales surge for sofa firm ScS as lockdowns put focus on homes. But orders slump over past month for retailer of upholstered furniture, and flooring
The release of the Inaugural Ding Global Prepaid Index (GPI) has produced unexpected findings of an untapped market with high growth potential that has been accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic. This bi-annual global study commissioned by Ding, the world’s largest mobile top-up service, examines the views of 7,000 respondents across the US, the UK, France, KSA, UAE, Qatar, Brazil, Indonesia, and the Philippines, regarding their engagement in the prepaid market and their attitudes towards it. The prepaid market is defined as people who use prepaid mobile billing; prepaid financial products such as prepaid credit cards; prepaid utility bill payment, or prepaid gift cards / vouchers.
CAG Recruitment 2021: 10,811 vacancies are to be filled through this process. Candidates can apply till 19 February.
All of these banks are creating payments systems and/or lending products that cater to institutional investors in the crypto space.
Today, Telestax, the leading provider of CPaaS enablement to global communications companies, announced a strategic agreement with NEC Corporation of America (NEC), the leading international provider and integrator of advanced IT, communications, and networking solutions. With this agreement, NEC is partnering with Telestax to bring CPaaS functionality to their extensive customer base and channel partner network. NEC has already incorporated the Telestax programmable SMS functionality into NEC UC-Suite, the company’s integrated unified communications solution. The agreement ensures NEC will continue to add programmable SMS and voice, and release new CPaaS turnkey applications to customers throughout the 2021 year.
You won't find too many hotter stocks on the market right now than Bionano Genomics (NASDAQ: BNGO). What makes that gain even more impressive is that Bionano was down 55% year to date as of Dec. 22. Bionano stock has more than quadrupled so far in 2021.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / January 2021 / Individuals and institutions that are grounded on the mission of impacting lives and making the world a better place have been garnering accolades for their selfless efforts and deep-rooted intentions. Two examples of establishments that have taken center stage for their remarkable entrepreneurial vision and outstanding philanthropic initiatives are 43 OAK and the 43 OAK Foundation.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands — The head of the World Food Program said Wednesday that the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the need to strengthen vulnerable supply chains to impoverished nations struggling to feed their populations. David Beasley, executive director of the United Nations' Nobel Peace Prize-winning food program, said that the pandemic put further stress on supply chains getting food to the hungry. “We’ve got to continue to work the system, we've got to make certain that we are ... less vulnerable to COVID type impacts,” Beasley told a World Economic Forum virtual panel. “If you think you’ve had trouble getting toilet paper in New York, because of supply chain disruption, what do you think’s happening in Chad and Niger and Mali and places like that?” Beasley stressed that the food supply system is “not broken” but that 10% of the global population is in extreme poverty and need to be reached by suppliers and that the global pandemic exacerbated existing problems. He said that “with 270 million people on the brink of starvation, if we don’t receive the support and the funds that we need, you will have mass famine, starvation, you’ll have destabilization of nations and you’ll have mass migration. And the cost of that is a thousand times more.” Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, whose country is a centre for agricultural innovation and a major exporter of farm produce, announced that his country would host a global co-ordinationcentre for regional “food innovation hubs” established by the World Economic Forum to help tackle what he called “food system challenges.” The Associated Press