UAA earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2021.
Naturally Slim® (NS), the leading digital behavioral change program, today announces its rebrand to Wondr Health™—leveraging over a decade of expertise in the employer digital health space with a more inclusive and engaging brand, designed to improve the physical and emotional health for all.
A severed pig’s head was left at the former home of an expert witness at the trial of Derek Chauvin, police said.
Shares of Chinese electric-vehicle maker NIO (NYSE: NIO) were trading lower on Thursday, after a Wall Street analyst said that the ongoing global shortage of semiconductors will continue to hold NIO's production down for a while longer. As of 1:30 p.m. EDT, NIO's American depositary shares were down about 7.5% from Wednesday's closing price. Citibank analyst Jeff Chung, who recently hosted a call with NIO management, wrote on Thursday that the chip shortage has remained "the key constraint" for NIO's production in May. NIO, along with Ford Motor Company, BMW, and Honda Motor, has suffered from the effects of a February fire at Japanese chipmaker Renesas, which has reduced some auto suppliers' access to chips even further for the time being.
TORONTO — Brookfield Asset Management Inc. reported a profit in its latest quarter compared with a loss a year ago as its funds from operations hit a record high. The asset manager, which keeps its books in U.S. dollars, reported net income attributable to common shareholders of US$1.24 billion or 77 cents per diluted share for the quarter ended March 31. The profit compared with a loss attributable to common shareholders of US$293 million or 20 cents per share in the same quarter last year. Revenue totalled US$16.41billion, down from $16.59 billion in the first three months of 2020. Funds from operations were a record US$2.82 billion or US$1.80 per share, up from US$884 million or 55 cents per share a year ago. Brookfield says it realized $6.4 billion in disposition gains in the quarter, split $1.8 billion for Brookfield and $4.6 billion for its clients. This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 13, 2021. Companies in this story: (TSX:BAM.A) The Canadian Press
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - May 13, 2021) - First Vanadium Corp. (TSXV: FVAN) (OTCQX: FVANF) (FSE: 1PY) ("First Vanadium" or the "Company") announces that further to its April 15, 2021 and May 6, 2021, news releases, it has now completed the second and final tranche (the "Second Tranche") of its non-brokered private placement (the "Offering"). Under the Second Tranche, the Company has issued 1,346,000 units for gross proceeds of $538,400. No finder's ...
Horton famously refused to stand on the podium alongside Sun at the 2019 world championships, reigniting a row from the 2016 Rio Olympics where he labelled the Chinese star a "drug cheat" after beating him to the gold medal.
"We hope leadership and the Sergeant at Arms will take real steps to make Congress a safe, civil place for all Members and staff," a spokesperson for Ocasio-Cortez told the Washington Post
For Goff, the game offers more than a chance to serve the Rams some how-do-you-like-me-now. It’s to show he’s a bonafide NFL starter at all. This whole season is.
nVent Electric plc (NYSE:NVT) ("nVent"), a global leader in electrical connection and protection solutions, today announced the nVent Thermal Management Houston team earned the Dow Diamond Award—the highest possible honor—at the fifth Annual Dow Safety Excellence Awards ceremony. Additionally, nVent earned "best in class" in the technical group for the third consecutive year.
What began as a tribute to a well-known elder at the Sherbrooke Community Centre has snowballed into an initiative that will see a field of flowers bloom around the care home. This spring, nurse Susan Dyck began handing out tiny cups of soil to the residents on her floor. Anyone who wanted to could plant a sunflower, which would then be transplanted outside around the building. Word of the project quickly spread. It was named The Sunshine Project. "As I started talking about it with the other elders on the floor, it just kind of seemed like it was a natural progression to just plant more," said Dyck. "Then I thought, if our floor could do it, why not have everybody in the building join in?" The project was started in memory of Jodi Grant, a well-known resident of Sherbrooke and a cornerstone of the IGen program, which pairs people living in the centre with elementary school students. "She was also known as Dr. Sunshine," she said. "She gravitated toward the sun and I kind of saw her a sunflower herself. And so kind of told her that we would plant out sunflowers for her and she would be the original sunflower." Dycksaid sunflowers are a perfect plant for the project. They're large enough for residents to easily see outside their windows and hearty enough that the plants are likely to survive. She said she's become notorious at local seed shops, instantly clearing them out of their supply of sunflower seeds. Nurse Susan Dyck preparing sunflower seedlings with a resident of Sherbrooke Community Centre.(Eric Anderson) The program has been a welcome distraction during COVID-19, when many residents were restricted in their movement outside the building. "People really came together and everybody was kind of pulling in the same direction," she said. "These sunflowers are very representative of looking for brighter times and being hopeful and bold and bright." People in Saskatoon should be able to see the project's end result when the flowers bloom later this year.
Northamptonshire Police praised the woman for escaping her partner and helping their investigation.
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Vice-chancellors have rejected Government plans for a radical overhaul of the university admissions system, saying it would be “unworkable, unmanageable and unacceptable”. Pushing back the start of the academic year so that students can apply to university following A-level results day should be “ruled out” as an option, according to Universities UK (UUK). Their intervention comes as ministers draw up plans to bring in a “post-qualifications” admissions system, which could see students apply to university and receive offers after receiving their A-level grades. The Government is proposing two main options for reform. The first and more radical change would be to a “post-qualifications applications” model which would potentially involve moving A-levels to earlier in the year and delaying the start of the university year to either November or January. Under this system, students would both make applications and receive offers after results day. The second option is the “post-qualifications offer” approach where students apply to university prior to receiving their A-level grades, as is the case now, but offers are not handed out until after results day. On Thursday vice-Chancellors firmly rejected the first model, saying it would be worse than the current system. University leaders told ministers that it would be “unworkable”, adding: “UUK firmly believes it would represent an unmanageable overhaul to secondary education timetabling, exam sitting and exam marking, and possibly result in later starts for higher education courses.” They said that the six-week time frame between A-level results day and university term starting would be an “unacceptably small window for universities and students to undertake fundamental components of the admissions process”. In their response to the Department for Education’s (DfE) consultation, UUK said that the second model was “preferable” to the first but still requires some “fundamental adjustments” in order to work. If this option was pursued, admissions tutors would still need to be given information about students’ academic record ahead of results day so they can schedule interviews in advance, they said. Universities should also be allowed to reject students ahead of results day, if they felt it was in their best interest. Meanwhile, headteachers backed plans to reform the admissions system, saying university offers have “become something of a pantomime” in recent years. The Association of School and College Leaders said that under the current system, some universities insist that students get high A-level results but in reality accept them with far lower grades which makes it difficult for students and teachers to know what is actually required. Officials at the DfE believe that moving to a post-qualifications application model would benefit disadvantaged students and those from black and minority ethnic groups, as research shows they tend to receive lower predicted A-level grades than they go on to achieve. It would remove the problem of institutions handing out unconditional offers which can lead to students slacking with their school work since they have a university place guaranteed. Moving to a post-qualifications application model would also solve the issue of unreliable predicted grades, where universities complain that teachers make unrealistic forecasts about what students are capable of achieving. Prof Quintin McKellar, vice-Chancellor of Hertfordshire University chair of UUK’s fair admissions review, said: “We believe the government is heading in the right direction in its consultation, but we need to get the detail right so we can truly improve fairness and transparency for students. “Everyone involved in the education system – teachers, students, universities, colleges, and schools – should work together with the UK government to carefully take forward admissions reform.”
CORNING, N.Y., May 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Corning Natural Gas Holding Corporation (OTCQX: CNIG) announced consolidated net income of $2.330 million or $0.74 per share for the quarter ended March 31, 2021. This compares to consolidated net income of $2.705 million or $.86 per share for the quarter ended March 31, 2020. The Company reported net income for the six months ended March 31, 2021 of $2.513 million or $.78 per share, compared to $3.159 million, or $.99 per share for the six months ended March 31, 2020. CFO Chuck Lenns commented, “The Company saw earnings decline, for both the three-month period and the six-month period ended March 31, 2021, principally due to transaction costs related to our pending merger, and higher interest expense and depreciation expense primarily related to our Leatherstocking acquisition. The earnings decline was offset by higher operating margins and higher investment income.” Net income for the three and six months ended March 31, 2021 are not necessarily indicative of expected results for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2021. Quarterly earnings are affected by the highly seasonal nature of the business and weather conditions such as temperature variations. Corning Natural Gas Holding Corporation provides natural gas and electric service to customers in New York and Pennsylvania through its operating subsidiaries Corning Natural Gas, Pike County Light & Power, and Leatherstocking Gas Company. From time-to-time, Corning Natural Gas Holding Corporation may produce forward-looking statements relating to such matters as anticipated financial performance, business prospects, technological developments, new products, and similar matters. The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 provides a safe harbor for forward-looking statements. In order to comply with the terms of the safe harbor, Corning Natural Gas Holding Corporation notes that a variety of factors could cause actual results and experiences to differ materially from anticipated results or other expectations expressed in any forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. Contact: Julie Lewis / 607-936-3755
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"I think the secret with kids is leading by example."
Prince Harry likens life in royal family to ‘being in The Truman Show’Duke of Sussex also appears to criticise the way he was raised in interview promoting new series Harry said that in his 20s he realised he did not want the royal ‘job’. Photograph: Chris Jackson/Getty Images
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