When Stephen Salas decided going to college wasn’t for him, he turned to land and project management work in his Texas hometown
When Stephen Salas decided going to college wasn’t for him, he turned to land and project management work in his Texas hometown
Copper production at the Kamoa-Kakula Mine to begin imminently; first phase projected to produce approximately 200,000 tonnes of copper per yearKamoa-Kakula's Phase 2 expansion, scheduled for Q3 2022, will double annual copper output to approximately 400,000 tonnesIvanhoe Mines pledges net-zero greenhouse gas emissions at the Kamoa-Kakula Copper MineExpanded 2021 exploration program underway on Ivanhoe's Western Foreland licences, searching for DRC's next tier-one copper discoveryDevelopment of the world-scale Platreef palladium, rhodium, platinum, nickel, copper and gold project ...
SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. (TSX: SNC), a fully integrated professional services and project management company with offices around the world, will hold its virtual annual meeting of shareholders and its conference call to review results for the first quarter 2021 on May 14, 2021.
Curio, the premier NFT platform for the entertainment industry, announced today it is has raised $7M in an oversubscribed seed round, with participation from Fenbushi Capital, Kenetic Capital, Protocol Labs, LongHash Ventures, Picus Capital, and several others including entertainment industry veterans, Marc Geiger, CEO of SaveLive and former head of global music at WME and Rich Battista, former CEO of Time Inc. and former Fox Entertainment executive. The company has successfully launched multiple licensed auctions, drops, products, and new partnerships.
'Be patient it will get better,' he wrote to his younger self.
Dublin, May 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Chronic Pain Epidemiology and Patient Flow - 2021" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. Global Chronic Pain Epidemiology and Patient Flow Analysis - 2021, provides Chronic Pain epidemiology, demographics, and patient flow. The data is presented by Pharma G7 countries including the US, France, Spain, Italy, UK, Japan.The research provides population data to characterize Chronic Pain patients, history of the disease at the population level (Chronic Pain prevalence, Chronic Pain incidence) and at the clinical level (from diagnosis to treated patients). It also helps to identify patient sub-groups (age, gender, sub-groups) to understand targeted population for research and development, commercialization.Research scope: Chronic Pain patient flow: Chronic Pain prevalence, diagnosed, and drug-treated patientsCountries: US, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, UK, Japan, G7 CountriesDemographics: Chronic Pain patients by age group, genderForecast: Chronic Pain epidemiology forecast to 2035 The data from this research will help executives: Establish basis for Chronic Pain market sizing, assessing market potential, and developing drug forecast modelsIdentify Chronic Pain patients segments through age groups, gender, and disease sub-typesDevelop Chronic Pain population-based health management frameworksEvaluate Chronic Pain market opportunities, identify target patient populationAlign marketing decisions with the Chronic Pain target populationCommunicate leadership and health authorities about your Chronic Pain target patient population Key Topics Covered: 1. Research Methodology 2. Chronic Pain Patients Definition 3. US Chronic Pain Epidemiology and Patient Flow 4. Germany Chronic Pain Epidemiology and Patient Flow 5. France Chronic Pain Epidemiology and Patient Flow 6. Italy Chronic Pain Epidemiology and Patient Flow 7. Spain Chronic Pain Epidemiology and Patient Flow 8. UK Chronic Pain Epidemiology and Patient Flow 9. Europe Chronic Pain Epidemiology and Patient Flow 10. Japan Chronic Pain Epidemiology and Patient Flow 11. Global Chronic Pain Epidemiology and Patient FlowFor more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/cckrdq CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager email@example.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
HONG KONG (AP) — China’s commerce ministry on Thursday welcomed the removal of Xiaomi Corp. from a U.S. government blacklist, a day after the U.S. reversed a ban on U.S. investments in the smartphone maker that was imposed under former President Donald Trump. “China has always believed that removing sanctions and restrictions and stopping suppression of Chinese companies will benefit China, the United States, and the world,” Gao Feng, spokesperson for China’s Ministry of Commerce, said at a news briefing Thursday. Xiaomi, a Beijing-based company known for its value-for-money smartphones and smart devices, was added to a Defense Department blacklist in January this year in the last few days of the Trump administration, which accused it of links to China’s military. U.S. investors were ordered to divest their stakes held in Xiaomi by November. In response, Xiaomi sued the U.S. government over the ban, demanding to be removed from the list. It denies having any links with China’s People’s Liberation Army. On Wednesday, a U.S. court filing said that the U.S. Department of Defense will remove Xiaomi from the blacklist after the two parties reached an agreement, media reports said. A Xiaomi spokesperson said that the company was paying close attention to the issue. The company's Hong Kong-listed shares fell nearly 2.9% Thursday, a day after gaining 6% on news of it was being removed from the U.S. blacklist. Under the Trump administration, Chinese technology companies such as drone maker DJI and telecommunications equipment supplier Huawei were put on a trade blacklist out of concerns such companies might be security risks. U.S. companies and individuals are banned from dealing with companies on such lists or in some cases must seek special permission in advance. Companies like Huawei and DJI have both denied that they send any data to China, although China hawks say that such companies may be obliged to assist espionage efforts as stipulated in China’s national intelligence law. The Associated Press
The fans were back at the Foro Italico, the sun was out, and Novak Djokovic's game was clicking. The top-ranked Serb seemed to enjoy every moment of his 6-2, 6-1 win over Spanish qualifier Alejandro Davidovich Fokina that put him in the Italian Open quarterfinals. “It was not good, it was great,” Djokovic said.
The opposition BJP on Thursday hit out at the Maharashtra government for its decision to allocate nearly Rs six crore for appointing a private agency to handle the social media accounts of Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar amid the raging COVID-19 crisis.
New Delhi [India], May 13 (ANI): Businessman Navneet Kalra on Thursday moved the Delhi High Court for anticipatory bail, in connection with the seizure of oxygen concentrators from his restaurants by Delhi Police.
The "Thyroid Cancer Diagnostics Market Share, Size, Trends, Industry Analysis Report, By Type; By Technique; By End-Use; By Regions; Segment Forecast, 2021 - 2028" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian delegation is in Tel Aviv for talks with Israeli officials as part of efforts to negotiate a cease-fire in the escalating conflict with Gaza, Egyptian intelligence officials said Thursday. The two officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not allowed to brief the media. The same delegation met with Hamas officials in the Gaza Strip first, they said, and crossed into Israel by land. Egypt has played a mediating role in the past between the sides. Late Wednesday, Egypt’s foreign minister, Sameh Shukry, condemned Israeli attacks on Palestinian territory in a phone call with his Israeli counterpart, Gabi Ashkenazi. He said it was important for both sides to avoid escalation and resorting to military means, according to a readout of the call. THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. AP’s earlier story follows below. GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Weary Palestinians somberly marked the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on Thursday, as Hamas and Israel traded more rockets and airstrikes and Jewish-Arab violence raged across Israel. The violence has reached deeper into Israel than at any time since the 2000 Palestinian intifada, or uprising. Arab and Jewish mobs are rampaging through the streets, savagely beating people and torching cars, and flights have been canceled or diverted away from the country's main airport. The escalating fighting between Israel and Gaza’s Hamas rulers has echoed — and perhaps even exceeded — their devastating 2014 war. That conflict and two others were largely confined to the impoverished and blockaded Palestinian territory and Israeli communities on the frontier. But this round — which like the intifada, began in Jerusalem — seems to be rippling far and wide, tearing apart the country at its seams. Meanwhile, in Gaza residents are bracing for more devastation as militants fire one barrage of rockets after another and Israel carries out waves of bone-rattling airstrikes, sending plumes of smoke rising into the air. Since the rockets began Monday, Israel has toppled three high-rise buildings that it said housed Hamas facilities after warning civilians to evacuate. Gaza's Health Ministry said the death toll has climbed to 83 Palestinians, including 17 children and seven women, with more than 480 people wounded. Islamic Jihad confirmed the deaths of seven militants, while Hamas, the Islamic militant group that seized power in Gaza from rival Palestinian forces in 2007, acknowledged that a top commander and several other members were killed. Israel says the number of militants killed is much higher than Hamas has acknowledged. A total of seven people have been killed in Israel. Among them were a soldier killed by an anti-tank missile and a 6-year-old child hit in a rocket attack. The fighting comes as Muslims mark Eid al-Fitr, the end of a month of daily fasting that is usually a festive time when families shop for new clothes and gather for large feasts. Instead, Hamas urged the faithful to mark communal Eid prayers inside their homes or the nearest mosques instead of out in the open, as is traditional. Hassan Abu Shaaban tried to lighten the mood by passing out candy to passers-by after prayers, but acknowledged “there is no atmosphere for Eid at all.” “It is all airstrikes, destruction and devastation,” he said. “May God help everyone.” In Gaza’s southern town of Khan Younis, dozens of mourners marched through the streets carrying the bodies of an 11-year-old and a 13-year-old killed when an Israeli airstrike hit near their home on Wednesday. The owner of a five-story building in Gaza City, meanwhile, said he got a call from the Israeli military on Thursday asking him to evacuate it before an airstrike brought it down. “The building is residential, what is in to hit?” said the man, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of security concerns. The Israeli military later said the building housed intelligence offices used by Hamas. Gaza militants continued to bombard Israel with nonstop rocket fire into Thursday. The attacks brought life to a standstill in southern communities near Gaza, but also reached as far north as the Tel Aviv area, about 70 kilometers (45 miles) away, for a second straight day. Israel has begun diverting some incoming flights from Ben Gurion International Airport, near Tel Aviv, to the Ramon airfield in the country's far south, the Transportation Ministry said. Several flights have also been canceled. The Israeli military says more than 1,600 rockets have been fired since Monday, with 400 falling short and landing inside Gaza. Israel's missile defenses have intercepted 90% of the rockets. Israeli airstrikes have struck around 600 targets inside Gaza, the military said. The Israeli army shared footage showing a rocket impact between apartment towers in the Tel Aviv suburb of Petah Tikva early Thursday, apparently sparking a large fire. It said the strike wounded people and caused significant damage. “We’re coping, sitting at home, hoping it will be OK,” said Motti Haim, a resident of the central town of Beer Yaakov and father of two children. “It’s not simple running to the shelter. It’s not easy with the kids.” While United Nations and Egyptian officials have said that cease-fire efforts are underway, there were no signs of progress. Israeli television’s Channel 12 reported late Wednesday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Security Cabinet authorized a widening of the offensive. U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemned the “indiscriminate launching of rockets” from civilian areas in Gaza toward Israeli population centers, but he also urged Israel to show “maximum restraint.” U.S. President Joe Biden called Netanyahu to support Israel’s right to defend itself, and Secretary of State Antony Blinken said he was sending a senior diplomat to the region to try to calm tensions. The current eruption of violence began a month ago in Jerusalem, where heavy-handed Israeli police tactics during Ramadan and the threatened eviction of dozens of Palestinian families by Jewish settlers ignited protests and clashes with police. A focal point of clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police was Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque, built on a hilltop compound that is revered by Jews and Muslims. Jerusalem is at the heart of the conflict between the bitter enemies: Israel regards the entire city as its capital, while the Palestinians want east Jerusalem to be the capital of their future state. Hamas, claiming to be defending the city, launched a barrage of rockets at the city late Monday, in a dramatic escalation. Hamas banners could be seen outside Al-Aqsa on Thursday as thousands gathered there for Eid prayers. The recent fighting has also set off violent clashes between Arabs and Jews in Israel, in scenes unseen in more than two decades. Netanyahu warned that he was prepared to use an “iron fist if necessary” to calm the violence. But ugly confrontations erupted across the country late Wednesday. Jewish and Arab mobs battled in the central city of Lod, the epicenter of the troubles, despite a state of emergency and nighttime curfew. In nearby Bat Yam, Jewish nationalists attacked an Arab motorist, dragged him from his car and beat him until he was motionless. Israeli police said two people were shot and wounded in Lod and an Israeli Jew was stabbed. An Arab citizen was stabbed and seriously wounded in Jerusalem's central Mahane Yehuda market, where many Arabs work in restaurants and as food vendors. Dozens of people were arrested in towns across Israel where clashes and rioting broke out. In the occupied West Bank, the Israeli military said it intervened in a Palestinian shooting attack that wounded two people. The Palestinian Health Ministry said the suspected gunman was killed. No details were immediately available. Still unclear is how the fighting in Gaza will affect Netanyahu’s political future. He failed to form a government coalition after inconclusive parliamentary elections in March, and now his political rivals have three weeks to try to form one. They have courted a small Islamist Arab party, but the fighting could hamper those efforts. Samy Magdy, The Associated Press
TV personality Courtney Stodden accepts her apology but questions its sincerity.
The Board of Directors of The Gabelli Multimedia Trust Inc. (NYSE:GGT) (the "Fund") reaffirmed and satisfied its 10% distribution policy by declaring a $0.22 per share cash distribution payable on June 23, 2021 to common stock shareholders of record on June 16, 2021.
As shopping went digital, Etsy (NASDAQ: ETSY) was one of the pandemic's biggest winners. Not surprisingly, Etsy was one of the biggest growth stocks, gaining more than 300% in 2020. Shares are down nearly 13% since, however the big question is, why did the stock drop?
President Biden faces growing pressure to help stem the violence as Israeli airstrikes killed dozens of Palestinians, Hamas rockets killed Israelis.
The "Global Digital Inks Market 2021-2028" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Children as young as 12 can expect to start getting Pfizer’s vaccine Thursday in many states, calls for Olympic cancellation and more COVID updates,
Dublin, May 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Migraine Epidemiology and Patient Flow - 2021" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. Global Migraine Epidemiology and Patient Flow Analysis - 2021, provides Migraine epidemiology, demographics, and patient flow. The data is presented by Pharma G7 countries including the US, France, Spain, Italy, UK, Japan.The research provides population data to characterize Migraine patients, history of the disease at the population level (Migraine prevalence, Migraine incidence) and at the clinical level (from diagnosis to treated patients). It also helps to identify patient sub-groups (age, gender, sub-groups) to understand targeted population for research and development, commercialization.Research scope: Migraine patient flow: Migraine prevalence, diagnosed, and drug-treated patientsCountries: US, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, UK, Japan, G7 CountriesDemographics: Migraine patients by age group, genderForecast: Migraine epidemiology forecast to 2035 The data from this research will help executives: Establish basis for Migraine market sizing, assessing market potential, and developing drug forecast modelsIdentify Migraine patients segments through age groups, gender, and disease sub-typesDevelop Migraine population-based health management frameworksEvaluate Migraine market opportunities, identify target patient populationAlign marketing decisions with the Migraine target populationCommunicate leadership and health authorities about your Migraine target patient population Key Topics Covered: 1. Research Methodology 2. Migraine Patients Definition 3. US Migraine Epidemiology and Patient Flow 4. Germany Migraine Epidemiology and Patient Flow 5. France Migraine Epidemiology and Patient Flow 6. Italy Migraine Epidemiology and Patient Flow 7. Spain Migraine Epidemiology and Patient Flow 8. UK Migraine Epidemiology and Patient Flow 9. Europe Migraine Epidemiology and Patient Flow 10. Japan Migraine Epidemiology and Patient Flow 11. Global Migraine Epidemiology and Patient FlowFor more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/uwiytl CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager firstname.lastname@example.org For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis has made a statement to the House of Commons about the deaths of 10 people in Ballymurphy in 1971.
One climber died at the highest point while the other succumbed after being brought back from camp