Montrezl Harrell (Los Angeles Lakers) with a dunk vs the Dallas Mavericks, 04/22/2021
Montrezl Harrell (Los Angeles Lakers) with a dunk vs the Dallas Mavericks, 04/22/2021
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - May 10, 2021) - The securities litigation law firm of The Gross Law Firm issues the following notice on behalf of shareholders of Peloton Interactive, Inc..Shareholders who purchased shares of PTON during the class period listed are encouraged to contact the firm regarding possible Lead Plaintiff appointment. Appointment as Lead Plaintiff is not required to partake in any recovery.CONTACT US HERE:https://securitiesclasslaw.com/securities/peloton-interactive-inc-loss-submission-form/?id=15672&from=5CLASS PERIOD : September 11, 2020 to April ...
The Pfizer vaccine has been authorized for children ages 12 and up, widening the U.S. population that will be protected against the virus and bolstering chances for a safe return to full-time school in the fall, the Food and Drug Administration announced Monday. Woodcock said parents and guardians can "rest assured that in making our decision, the agency undertook a rigorous and thorough review of all available scientific data, as we have with all the COVID-19 vaccine authorizations." Pfizer vaccines for kids age 12-15 could be administered as soon as Thursday, Woodcock said, so long as all goes well at Wednesday's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) meeting, which is the next step in the vaccine rollout.
Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], May 11 (ANI): The Telangana State Cabinet meeting will be held on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao at Pragathi Bhavan at 2 pm.
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - May 10, 2021) - The Klein Law Firm announces that a class action complaint has been filed on behalf of shareholders of ChemoCentryx, Inc. (NASDAQ: CCXI) alleging that the Company violated federal securities laws.Class Period: November 26, 2019 and May 3, 2021Lead Plaintiff Deadline: July 6, 2021Learn more about your recoverable losses in CCXI:http://www.kleinstocklaw.com/pslra-1/chemocentryx-inc-loss-submission-form?id=15671&from=5The filed complaint alleges that ChemoCentryx, Inc. made materially false and/or misleading statements and/or failed ...
Sewer lines under the City of Edmonton will be less invisible in coming years after city councillors agreed Monday that sewage-related decisions should be more transparent. City council will have more authority on major sewer projects, like the proposed re-routing of the South Edmonton Sanitary Sewer trunk line to the Gold Bar Wastewater Treatment Plant from a regional facility to the north. Council's executive committee accepted the recommendation for improved oversight Monday. It means the decision to send the sewer line to Gold Bar is on hold. Mayor Don Iveson noted that previous decisions on sewer lines were made by the sanitary services committee, which is made up of city administration and industry representatives. "This will allow for much more robust public engagement and ultimately more political oversight over something that was previously handled a little bit more behind closed doors," Iveson said. Coun. Ben Henderson said the new model will give council a say and the public more opportunity to give input on potential changes. "It will also allow the public to weigh in when some of these larger decisions are made in the future that are going to have impact on some neighbourhoods," Henderson said. The new council oversight is welcome news to the Gold Bar Park Alliance. The group has been challenging a 2017 committee decision to re-route the south Edmonton sewer line to the Gold Bar plant, instead of routing it to the Alberta Capital Region Wastewater treatment facility near Fort Saskatchewan. Jim Rickett with the Gold Bar Park Alliance is pleased that councillors have agreed to more transparency. "Those decisions are so important to ensure that routing of sanitary sewage trunk lines will be made by the citizens of Edmonton through our elected city council representatives," Rickett said. The community league boards of Capilano, Beverly Heights, Rundle Heights, Highlands, Bellevue and Gold Bar have been pushing the city to have more authority on such decisions. Residents are concerned the increased sewer activity would create odour, noise and traffic as well as compromise the recreational use of the parkland. Rickett said the community was shocked when they heard about the decision in 2018 and learned that city council had no apparent knowledge of it. "We met with city councillors and we heard from them they also had no awareness, input or approval of such an impactful decision," Rickett said. The Alberta Capital Region facility is ideally located away from residential areas, he said. "And [it] has a very large amount of land already within their existing fence line and correctly zoned as public utilities to ensure that will protect the future of our river valley parkland for many, many generations to come." Henderson said the decision on where the line will eventually end is likely to be made later. With new technologies, changes in weather, water flow and environmental regulations, it's better to wait, he suggested. "We could make the decision today and just have to revisit it in eight, nine, 10 years from now, which is not a good use of the public's time." In 1998, the city created a 75-year plan for sewer lines for new land developments within the city.
With free agency looming, supporting Aaron Rodgers' return is a no-brainer for Davante Adams.
Calgary will test allowing those of legal age to imbibe in city parks this summer. Between June 1 and Sept. 7, Calgarians will be able consume alcohol at designated picnic sites around the city. The sites will be bookable online. Council voted 12-2 in favour of the proposal on Monday, with Coun. Diane Colley-Urquhart and Coun. Jeromy Farkas voting against. Data will be collected on how well the pilot goes, and presented to council by November. Coun. Jyoti Gondek said she supported the idea, but questioned why booking picnic tables would be required. "I don't know why we're over-regulating this," she said. "I don't know why we wouldn't just put signs on these picnic sites and say go ahead and have a drink here." City administration said the booking system will enable them to collect data on the project. Calgary currently has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to alcohol consumption in city parks, with the exception of events like festivals that have obtained an Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis licence to sell alcohol. A 2019 city survey found a slight majority were in favour of allowing public consumption. But the city postponed a pilot project which would have tested out the concept, saying with opinion somewhat divided and the complexities of enforcement more time would be needed to study the issue. A later survey from the city, in December 2020, found interest in the idea has grown — with 79 per cent of respondents indicating support for alcohol consumption at small social gatherings in parks. Coun. Colley-Urquhart said with the city's mental health and addiction strategy, OKing public drinking could send a mixed message. "I think it's important for us to not dismiss the expert opinions of the [city's] medical officer of health," she said. Dr. Karla Gustafson, Calgary's CMOH, had written a letter recommending against the pilot project, saying that without alcohol parks are places for lower-risk gatherings and exercise — and that there are many potential harms that could come from increasing places for people to consume alcohol. "It is … important to have public spaces without alcohol," she said. "Alcohol, although often an accepted part of social gatherings in Calgarian culture, is not a benign substance. The behaviour of intoxicated individuals adds strain to justice and health systems already under considerable pressure." 'Parks have to be for everybody' Coun. Gian-Carlo Carra, who had brought forward the motion, proposed it would give people an opportunity to enjoy a few drinks together while practicing physical distancing outside. He thinks it's something that could work beyond the pandemic — a more European style of consumption. Carra said the plug will be pulled on the project if it threatens Calgarians' enjoyment of city parks. "Parks have to be for everybody," he said. He pointed that Calgary would be joining the province, which has allowed people to drink alcohol in provincial picnic sites since June 2020 under the Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Amendment Act. Locations and regulations associated with the pilot project will be posted on the city's website before June.
The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. - The NHS app in the UK will go live as a vaccine passport for international travel from Monday, but only for those who have had both doses. - More than 2,000 jobs are at risk after Provident Financial said that it would shut down its doorstep lending division if it cannot find a buyer for the 141-year-old business.
* Graphic: World FX rates https://tmsnrt.rs/2RBWI5E * Commodity price gains lift exporters' currencies * Dollar bides time before U.S. CPI and Fed speakers * Sterling continues stellar run as coronavirus risks fade By Stanley White TOKYO, May 11 (Reuters) - The dollar nursed losses against the currencies of major commodity exporters which enjoyed support from expectations for further gains in the price of oil, copper, steel, and other metals. Treasuries and the dollar have swung back and forth as investors adjust their expectations for when the U.S. Federal Reserve will start tapering bond purchases and raising interest rates as the U.S. economy gains momentum. A host of Fed speakers this week are likely to leave investors with plenty to consider as they try to forecast how policymakers will react to receding risks posed by the coronavirus in some major economies.
LaChina Robinson, Tabitha Turner, Angel Gray and Autumn Johnson will make up the Dreams' first all-Black, all-female broadcast team.
Good afternoon, this is Jack Hildick-Smith with Stern Investor Relations and welcome to Cara Therapeutics' first quarter 2021 financial results and update conference call. Before we begin, let me remind you that statements made on today's call regarding matters that are not historical facts are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
Here's why I think Teck Resources (TSX:TECK.B)(NYSE:TECK) could continue its very nice run in the quarters to come. The post Soaring Copper Prices Make This Top TSX Stock a Buy Today appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada.
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Josemaria Resources Inc. (TSX: JOSE) (OMX: JOSE) (OTCQB: JOSMF) ("Josemaria Resources" or the "Company"), is pleased to announce its results for the three months ended March 31, 2021. View PDF
SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) Executive Director Dave Eggerton issued the following statement in response to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proclamation for the expansion of the drought emergency and proposal to invest $5.1 billion over four years for drought infrastructure, preparedness and response, in addition to proposing $1 billion to address customer water debt stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. “ACWA appreciates the governor’s targeted and strategic approach to expanding the emergency drought proclamation in California and his strong commitment to increased investment in water infrastructure, drought response and improved climate resilience. “The extended drought emergency covers areas of the state hardest hit by drought while recognizing the significant investments in water reliability made by local water managers across the state. “The governor’s funding plan includes $1 billion to address water customer debt that has accumulated due to the financial impacts of COVID-19. This funding is essential to recovering from the pandemic in a way that helps impacted Californians, while preserving the operational viability of water systems. “ACWA is keenly aware of the growing impacts of climate change on local water managers’ ability to provide a reliable water supply and has strongly advocated for funding investments aimed at increasing water resilience. From droughts, floods, catastrophic wildfires, and sea level rise, water managers are faced with growing challenges exasperated by climate change. For these reasons, ACWA supports state funding for immediate drought relief and longer-term projects that will increase California’s water resilience.” Media representatives looking for more information about local water agency efforts to create a more reliable and resilient water supply can find examples at www.acwa.com/drought ACWA is a statewide association of public agencies whose more than 450 members are responsible for about 90% of the water delivered in California. For more information, visit www.acwa.com Contact: Heather Engel, Director of Communications |C (760) 217-0627
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - May 10, 2021) - The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP:To: All persons or entities who purchased or otherwise acquired securities of Romeo Power, Inc. ("Romeo Power") (NYSE: RMO) between October 5, 2020 and March 30, 2021. You are hereby notified that a securities class action lawsuit has been commenced in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. To ...
The Los Angeles Lakers could receive a jolt of energy this week with the return of the team's best player. According to The Athletic, LeBron James is targeting Tuesday's home contest against the New York Knicks for his return to the floor. James suffered a right, high-ankle sprain against the Atlanta Hawks on March 20, forcing him to miss 20 games in a row.
The Board of Directors of Source Capital, Inc. (NYSE: SOR) (the "Fund"), today approved maintaining the Fund’s regular monthly distribution rate for each of the next three months as follows:
Berkshire Hathaway's (NYSE: BRK.A)(NYSE: BRK.B) 2021 annual meeting was virtual for the second year in a row, but it certainly didn't disappoint. In this installment of Industry Focus: Financials, host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP, discuss five things from the meeting that investors need to hear. Plus, Moser and Frankel discuss the latest results from Capital One (NYSE: COF), SVB Financial (NASDAQ: SIVB), and American Express (NYSE: AXP).
Sony Pictures Classics Updates Release Information for Summer Slate Sony Pictures Classics has updated its summer release plans for “I Carry You With Me,” “12 Mighty Orphans” and “The Lost Leonardo.” All three films are set to screen at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival both in person and virtually. The world premiere of the art […]