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SEOUL, South Korea, September 23, 2021--Korean Government held the World Online ICT Show (WOW) 2021 Business Meeting to support overseas market entry of Korean SMEs in ICT industry.
Shopee is opening up pre-orders for the newest iPhone 13 on 24 Sep 2021, 8am. Expect 15% cashback and more!
A promising avenue for early diagnosis is detecting biomarkers — biological signatures of lesions caused by the illness.
LONDON, September 23, 2021--Fortegra Europe Insurance Company ("Fortegra" or "Company"), a leading international specialty insurer and subsidiary of Tiptree Inc. (NASDAQ: TIPT) ("Tiptree"), today announced the registration of a branch office in Prague, Czech Republic. The establishment of which will further strengthen Fortegra’s European presence. The Czech branch has all the regulatory approvals in place and is ready to write business in the Czech Republic, effective immediately.
James Bond was ‘basically’ a rapist in early films, says No Time to Die director. Cary Fukunaga cites scene from Thunderball that ‘wouldn’t fly today’ as new film aims to redress franchise’s gender politics
If Labour wants to win, it needs to promise the change Conservatives won’t deliver. Tories splash just enough cash to preserve power; Labour could actually empower others
UK plan to end Troubles prosecutions ‘could breach international law’. European human rights commissioner warns Northern Ireland secretary that amnesty is ‘deeply problematic’
Around six in 10 students believe they could be vulnerable to money mule scams, Nationwide Building Society said.
Health care workers, teachers and grocery workers are among the high-risk workers eligible for a Pfizer booster. The latest COVID-19 updates:
Highlights: Ontario's vaccine passport has launched. Pfizer-BioNTech say their COVID-19 vaccine is safe, protective in kids age 5-11. The U.S. will require air travellers to be fully vaccinated starting in November. Sites of upcoming pop-up clinics include a few plazas and community halls. Every Thursday, CBC Ottawa brings you this roundup of COVID-19 vaccination developments throughout the region. You can find more information through links at the bottom of the page. There have been more than 3
Bill Mahfouz arrived at his restaurant Wednesday to find his long-time server dealing with an irate customer, who threatened to fill his pickup truck with bricks and come back to destroy the restaurant that's been in Mahfouz's family for more than 30 years. The customer did not approve of showing his proof of vaccination, which was required beginning that day. "I'm still shaking, you know, at 8:30 in the morning to be hit with this. It's unnerving and to see my staff having to deal with this, th
OPEN Health has today announced the acquisition of London-based agency ARK. ARK has a unique approach to delivering data-driven, digital-first creative campaigns. Integrating the ARK business with the OPEN Health Group further strengthens our global creative, digital-first resources, and our ability to offer our global clients measurable omnichannel campaigns.
LONDON, September 23, 2021--Citi, acting through Citibank N.A., has been appointed by Banco Santander S.A. ("Banco Santander") to act as successor depositary bank for its NYSE listed American Depositary Receipt ("ADR") programme.
A massive $1.1 billion lawsuit against the Royal Canadian Mounted Police alleging "systemic negligence" in cases of bullying and intimidation in the ranks has cleared another hurdle. Earlier this week, a judge dismissed Crown arguments in favour of de-certifying a class action claim alleging that internal remedies within the RCMP for complaints of bullying and harassment are ineffective. The claim says that such remedies are tainted because they depend on the chain of command, which is often mad
At the same time the world’s largest plant-based foods company launches its first ESG reportAmsterdam, Sept. 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ahead of the UN Food Systems Summit in New York City, Upfield, the world’s leading producer of plant-based butters, margarines, creams and cheeses, has announced its commitment to enhance the livelihoods of 140,000 smallholder farmers and plant-based entrepreneurs. As part of this commitment, Upfield has become a signatory of the Zero Hunger Pledge, led by the
A judge has ruled the 13-year-old child of divorced Saskatoon parents should be vaccinated against COVID-19, despite legal opposition from the girl's mother. The father said his daughter was initially excited to receive her shot, but was then "bombarded" with false information by her mother and his own parents. CBC News agreed to grant the father confidentiality in order to protect the identity of the daughter. "[It felt like the] summer from hell," the father said of his efforts to get his daug
Inuit in Nunavut are suing the federal government over a decision to hand over a sizeable portion of fishing licences off Nunavut's coast to a coalition of Mi'kmaw First Nations in Atlantic Canada. In a lawsuit filed earlier this month, Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated (NTI) and the Qikiqtani Inuit Association (QIA) asked the federal court to quash a decision by Canada's Minister of Fisheries and Oceans to transfer the licences for Greenland halibut and shrimp from seafood company Clearwater Foods
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On election night, in the wee hours of the morning Jenna Sudds pulled ahead of her rival by just 1,700 votes in the race to represent the riding of Kanata-Carleton. With Elections Canada having tallied 95 per cent of the 6,381 special ballots cast for the riding as of Wednesday evening, her victory is definitive. But as Sudds heads to the House of Commons, what happens with her seat at Ottawa's City Hall? Council can elect or select Sudds is the third person to quit before the end of this term.
Share Buyback Transaction Details September 16 - September 22, 2021 September 23, 2021 - Wolters Kluwer today reports that it has repurchased 56,042 of its own ordinary shares in the period from September 16, 2021, up to and including September 22, 2021, for €5.4 million and at an average share price of €96.55. These repurchases are part of the share buyback program announced on February 24, 2021, under which we intend to repurchase shares for up to €350 million during 2021. The cumulative amoun