Steven Adams (New Orleans Pelicans) with an assist vs the San Antonio Spurs, 02/27/2021
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Paul Raci, nominated for an Oscar for playing a drug abuse counselor who has lost his hearing in "Sound of Metal," said the most common response he receives from deaf people about the film is "how cool you show a bunch of deaf addicts." "That sounds a little strange," Raci said in an interview, "but they're just happy that you're showing them in a light that makes them normal, like you and I. They have the same struggles." Advocates hope that praise for "Sound of Metal," one of the best picture contenders at Sunday's Academy Awards, and other films will lead to more movies featuring people with disabilities.
Johnson told fans he would do everything he can to give the European Super League a "straight red" card.
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CHICAGO — Latino lawyers and community leaders on Tuesday will ask the Department of Justice to investigate the fatal shooting of a 13-year-old boy by a Chicago police officer. The group also will call on Mayor Lori Lightfoot to accelerate court-supervised changes to policing in Chicago, end foot pursuits by officers, and to invest federal COVID relief dollars to help young people in the neighbourhood where Adam Toledo lived and died. Officer Eric Stillman was responding to a call of shots fired around 3 a.m. on March 29 when he chased Adam into a dark alley in the Little Village neighbourhood, a predominantly Latino area southwest of downtown. Bodycam video released last week shows the youth appearing to drop a handgun and begin raising his hands less than a second before Stillman fires his gun and kills him. His bodycam footage later shows Stillman shining a light on a handgun on the ground near the boy after he shot him. Stillman is white and Adam was Latino. The video prompted grief and demonstrations in Chicago, a city with a long history of police misconduct and distrust between police and the community, especially among Black and Latino residents. It also came against the backdrop of a trial in Minneapolis for former Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd and of another killing of a Black man, Daunte Wright, by a white officer in a Minneapolis suburb. Lightfoot has said the city must allow its independent review agency to complete its investigation, but that she understands “that the surge of outrage around it is rooted in a long legacy of trauma in our city and country around police violence.” Chicago agreed to hundreds of changes in policing under a consent decree approved by a federal judge in 2019 after a Justice Department investigation found a record of racism and abuse by Chicago police, going back decades. The investigation was prompted by the 2014 killing of Laquan McDonald, a Black 16-year-old, by a white officer. Jason VanDyke was later convicted of murder for shooting the teen 16 times, video of which the city fought to suppress. An independent monitor's report last month showed the city has made some progress on putting changes in place, but that significant work remains undone. Lightfoot said last week she wants the police department to enact a new foot pursuit policy before summer. The groups calling for changes Tuesday include the Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois and the Pilsen Law Center. Sara Burnett, The Associated Press
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Dublin, April 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Virtual Clinical Trials Market By Study Type, By Indication, By Region, Industry Analysis and Forecast, 2020 - 2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The Global Virtual Clinical Trials Market size is expected to reach $10 billion by 2026, rising at a market growth of 6.5% CAGR during the forecast period. Virtual Clinical Trials (VCTs) are also known as remote or decentralized trails, are a comparatively new but still underused technique of carrying out clinical research taking complete benefit of technologies like apps, online social interaction platforms, and electronic monitoring tools. The market is significantly driven by growth in R&D activities, the growing digitization in healthcare, and the adoption of telehealth. Moreover, advances in technology, collaborations between clinical research companies, biotechnology companies, and pharmaceutical and support initiatives from governments are expected to boost the market.Virtual clinical trials (VCT) abolish limitations presented by conventional clinical trials such as time-taking procedures and delay in recruitment of patients that has pushed the demand for the virtual clinical trial market. Additionally, advances in technology in healthcare infrastructure and partnerships between pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and clinical research companies are expected to propel the virtual clinical trials market development in the coming years. The rise in costs, combined with a higher rate of trail failures and an expansion in patient-centric trials, has resulted in a rise in demand to adopt technology in clinical trials. In fact, virtual clinical trials are expected to rise from high revenue to the highest revenue in the upcoming years. Still despite this development, for the majority of patients, getting clinical trials is still a difficult process, with enrollment and engagement presenting new challenges.By Study TypeBased on Study Type, the market is segmented into Interventional, Observational, and Expanded Access and Others. The market was dominated by the interventional segment and represented the highest share of revenue in 2019. The fast growth in the number of experiments to create unique medications for different diseases and the modernization of labs are boosting the growth of this segment. The COVID-19 pandemic has fueled the demand for trials and testing of different new vaccines and drugs to fight situations all around the world, as conventional techniques of clinical trials accompany the massive danger of infection in individuals.By IndicationBased on Indication, the market is segmented into Oncology, Cardiovascular, Immunology, Gastrointestinal, Respiratory, Endocrinology, Ophthalmology and Other Indications. The market was dominated by the oncology segment and represented the highest share of revenue in 2019. The segment is also expected to add to the highest share of the revenue of the market during the forecast period. This is credited to the growing instances of cancer on a worldwide scale and the growing number of oncology clinical trials. Patients of cancer are the most unprotected during the outbreak of COVID-19.By RegionBased on Regions, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America, Middle East & Africa. Europe represents the second-largest market share and is anticipated to observe promising growth opportunities in the next few years. Support from the government for R&D for the medicines and treatment for coming infectious diseases and chronic diseases, particularly in nations like Germany and U.K is a significant component boosting the growth of the regional market. Furthermore, the existence of leading players and benefits environment for carrying out clinical trials is another element anticipated to push the growth of the clinical trial market in Europe during the forecast period.The major strategies followed by the market participants are Product Launches and Partnerships. Based on the Analysis presented in the Cardinal matrix; Oracle Corporation is the major forerunner in the Virtual Clinical Trials Market. Companies such as IQVIA Holdings, Inc., Dassault Systemes SE, and Medpace Holdings, Inc., are some of the key innovators in the market.The market research report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the market. Key companies profiled in the report include IQVIA Holdings, Inc., ICON PLC, Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings (Covance, Inc.), Dassault Systemes SE (Medidata Solutions, Inc.), Oracle Corporation, Parexel International Corporation (Pamplona Capital Management), PRA Health Sciences, Inc. (KKR & Co., Inc.), Medpace Holdings, Inc., Medable, Inc. and Clinical Ink, Inc. (G.I. Partners). Unique Offerings Exhaustive coverageHighest number of market tables and figuresSubscription based model availableGuaranteed best priceAssured post sales research support with 10% customization free Key Topics Covered: Chapter 1. Market Scope & Methodology1.1 Market Definition1.2 Objectives1.3 Market Scope1.4 Segmentation1.4.1 Global Virtual Clinical Trials Market, by Study Type1.4.2 Global Virtual Clinical Trials Market, by Indication1.4.3 Global Virtual Clinical Trials Market, by Geography1.5 Methodology for the researchChapter 2. Market Overview2.1 Introduction2.1.1 Overview2.1.2 Market Composition2.2 Key Factors Impacting the Market2.2.1 Market Drivers2.2.2 Market RestraintsChapter 3. Competition Analysis - Global3.1 Cardinal Matrix3.2 Recent Industry Wide Strategic Developments3.2.1 Partnerships, Collaborations and Agreements3.2.2 Product Launches and Product Expansions3.2.3 Geographical Expansions3.2.4 Acquisition and Mergers3.3 Top Winning Strategies3.3.1 Key Leading Strategies: Percentage Distribution (2016-2020)3.3.2 Key Strategic Move: (Partnerships, Collaborations, and Agreements : 2017, Oct - 2020, Nov) Leading Players3.3.3 Key Strategic Move: (Product Launches and Product Expansions : 2018, Jun - 2020, Oct) Leading PlayersChapter 4. Global Virtual Clinical Trials Market by Study Type4.1 Global Interventional Market by Region4.2 Global Observational Market by Region4.3 Global Expanded Access Market by RegionChapter 5. Global Virtual Clinical Trials Market by Indication5.1 Global Oncology Market by Region5.2 Global Cardiovascular Market by Region5.3 Global Immunology Market by Region5.4 Global Gastrointestinal Market by Region5.5 Global Respiratory Market by Region5.6 Global Endocrinology Market by Region5.7 Global Ophthalmology Market by Region5.8 Global Other Indications Market by RegionChapter 6. Global Virtual Clinical Trials Market by Region6.1 North America Virtual Clinical Trials Market6.2 Europe Virtual Clinical Trials Market6.3 Asia Pacific Virtual Clinical Trials Market6.4 LAMEA Virtual Clinical Trials Market Chapter 7. Company Profiles7.1 IQVIA Holdings, Inc.7.1.1 Company Overview7.1.2 Financial Analysis7.1.3 Segmental and Regional Analysis7.1.4 Recent strategies and developments220.127.116.11 Partnerships, Collaborations, and Agreements18.104.22.168 Product Launches and Product Expansions7.2 ICON PLC7.2.1 Company Overview7.2.2 Financial Analysis7.2.3 Regional Analysis7.2.1 Recent strategies and developments22.214.171.124 Partnerships, Collaborations, and Agreements126.96.36.199 Product Launches and Product Expansions188.8.131.52 Acquisition and Mergers7.3 Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings (Covance, Inc.)7.3.1 Company Overview7.3.2 Financial Analysis7.3.3 Segmental and Regional Analysis7.3.4 Recent strategies and developments184.108.40.206 Product Launches and Product Expansions220.127.116.11 Acquisition and Mergers7.4 Dassault Systemes SE (Medidata Solutions, Inc.)7.4.1 Company Overview7.4.2 Financial Analysis7.4.3 Regional Analysis7.4.4 Research & Development Expense7.4.5 Recent strategies and developments18.104.22.168 Partnerships, Collaborations, and Agreements22.214.171.124 Product Launches and Product Expansions126.96.36.199 Acquisition and Mergers7.5 Oracle Corporation7.5.1 Company Overview7.5.2 Financial Analysis7.5.3 Segmental and Regional Analysis7.5.4 Research & Development Expense7.5.5 Recent strategies and developments188.8.131.52 Partnerships, Collaborations, and Agreements184.108.40.206 Product Launches and Product Expansions7.6 Parexel International Corporation (Pamplona Capital Management)7.6.1 Company Overview7.6.2 Recent strategies and developments220.127.116.11 Partnerships, Collaborations, and Agreements18.104.22.168 Product Launches and Product Expansions22.214.171.124 Geographical Expansions7.7 PRA Health Sciences, Inc. (KKR & Co., Inc.)7.7.1 Company Overview7.7.2 Financial Analysis7.7.3 Segmental Analysis7.7.4 Recent strategies and developments126.96.36.199 Partnerships, Collaborations, and Agreements188.8.131.52 Product Launches and Product Expansions7.8 Medpace Holdings, Inc.7.8.1 Company Overview7.8.2 Financial Analysis7.8.3 Recent strategies and developments184.108.40.206 Partnerships, Collaborations, and Agreements7.9 Medable, Inc.7.9.1 Company Overview7.9.2 Recent strategies and developments220.127.116.11 Partnerships, Collaborations, and Agreements18.104.22.168 Product Launches and Product Expansions7.10. Clinical Ink, Inc. (G.I. 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MINNEAPOLIS — In the last days of his life, former Vice-President Walter Mondale received a steady stream of phone calls of appreciation. Former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton, President Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris all called to say goodbye and thank you. It was a sign of respect for a man many Americans remember largely for his near-shutout defeat for the White House in 1984. But well after his bruising loss, Mondale remained a revered liberal elder — with a list of accomplishments that are still relevant today. As a young senator, he co-wrote the Fair Housing Act of 1968, a pillar of federal civil rights legislation. He later engineered a 1975 bipartisan deal that ended the two-thirds rule for stopping filibusters, so that 60 senators instead of 67 could cut off debate. Under President Jimmy Carter, he became the first vice-president with a day job, as adviser to the president, not just a bystander. He called it the “executivization” of the vice presidency. And as a Democratic presidential nominee, he chose the first female nominee for vice-president from a major party. Harris, who won the job 36 years later, specifically thanked him for all he did to change the office, according to a person familiar with the calls who asked for anonymity to discuss the private conversations. Mondale, 93, died Monday at his home in Minneapolis, as the city awaits a verdict in a murder trial that has forced the nation to again wrestle with structural racism. He welcomed that debate, his family said in a statement: “We are grateful that he had the opportunity to see the emergence of another generation of civil rights reckoning in the past months." Mondale was appointed senator from Minnesota to succeed his political mentor, Hubert H. Humphrey, who resigned to become vice-president. He won Senate elections in 1966 and 1972, and stepped down to become vice-president in 1977. Carter lost to Ronald Reagan in 1980 and Mondale went into private law practice — while beginning his own campaign for the presidency. He won the nomination in 1984, chose Rep. Geraldine Ferraro of New York as his running mate, and was crushed in the landslide that reelected Reagan, carrying only Minnesota and the District of Columbia. Mondale was ambassador to Japan from 1993 until 1996. In 2002, at 74, he was drafted for a political reprise, running a truncated campaign for the Senate after Sen. Paul Wellstone, the Democratic nominee, was killed in a plane crash shortly before the election. Mondale was favoured at first, but he lost the election. And it cost him one record that had consoled him in earlier defeat — until then, he had won every time he was on the ballot in Minnesota. Instead, he got another, unwanted, record: the only man to lose elections in each of the 50 states. After his 1984 defeat to a former actor, Mondale said one of his campaign problems was that “I’ve never really warmed up to television and ... it’s never really warmed up to me.” Even his supporters said he came across as plastic and bland. His wife, Joan, said he was not a showman, just stable, hardworking and honest. “We call it Norwegian charisma,” she said. Even so, Mondale has some striking moments on television, none more so than in a 1984 campaign debate against Sen. Gary Hart of Colorado, whose primary upsets threatened Mondale’s front-runner standing for the Democratic nomination. “You know, when I hear your new ideas I’m reminded of that ad ‘Where’s the beef?’” he told Hart, using a fast-food chain’s slogan to question the substance of his rival’s campaign proposals. Suddenly, the bland candidate had delivered a telling quip and created a slogan that stuck. It was no ad-lib and it wasn’t original — a Mondale campaign ally had used it before. But no matter, it was a boost as Mondale limped through the presidential primaries, losing more states than he won, but steadily gaining delegates to capture the nomination Against the favoured Reagan, Mondale’s best opening came when the president’s age, 73, became an issue. The president seemed disengaged and even confused in early campaign debates. Reagan undid that one with his own quip in the final debate. Asked about it, the president said: “I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit for political purposes my opponent’s youth and inexperience.” Mondale could only smile as the audience laughed. But he said later he was smiling through tears because he knew from that moment that his quest was hopeless. Then there was the 1984 Mondale line Republicans made into a telling issue against him. In accepting his nomination, Mondale said that whoever won the election, taxes were going to be increased. “Let’s tell the truth,” he said. “Mr. Reagan will raise taxes and so will I. He won’t tell you. I just did.” Republicans translated that into a Mondale campaign promise to raise taxes. He said he was just being honest. His forecast was accurate. Mondale, “Fritz” to some of his friends, was a dedicated liberal. He used the label in the subtitle of his 2010 memoir, “The Good Fight.” As attorney general of Minnesota and in the Senate, his major causes included civil rights, consumer protection, education, housing and the problems of migrant workers. The son of a Methodist minister and a music teacher, Walter Frederick Mondale was born Jan. 5, 1928, in tiny Ceylon, Minnesota, and grew up in several small southern Minnesota towns. He was only 20 when he served as a congressional district manager for Humphrey’s successful Senate campaign in 1948. His education, interrupted by a two-year stint in the Army, culminated with a law degree from the University of Minnesota in 1956. Mondale began a law practice in Minneapolis and ran the successful 1958 gubernatorial campaign of Democrat Orville Freeman, who appointed Mondale state attorney general in 1960. Mondale was elected attorney general in the fall of 1960 and was reelected in 1962. As attorney general, Mondale moved quickly into civil rights, antitrust and consumer protection cases. He was the first Minnesota attorney general to make consumer protection a campaign issue. As Clinton’s ambassador to Japan from 1993-96 he fought for U.S. access to markets ranging from cars to cellular phones. He helped avert a trade war in June 1995 over autos and auto parts, persuading Japanese officials to give American automakers more access to Japanese dealers and pushing Japanese carmakers to buy U.S. parts. Mondale kept his ties to the Clintons. In 2008, he endorsed Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton for president, switching his allegiance only after Barack Obama sealed the nomination. In 2002, state and national Democrats looked to Mondale when Wellstone died less than two weeks before Election Day. Mondale was working at the Minneapolis law firm of Dorsey & Whitney — he returned to the firm after the brief campaign — and serving on corporate and non-profit boards. He agreed to stand in for Wellstone, and early polls showed him with a lead over the Republican candidate, Norm Coleman. But the 53-year-old Coleman, emphasizing his youth and vigour, out-hustled the then-74-year-old Mondale in an intense six-day campaign. Mondale was also hurt by a partisan memorial service for Wellstone, in which thousands of Democrats booed Republicans politicians in attendance. One speaker pleaded: “We are begging you to help us win this election for Paul Wellstone.” Polls showed the service put off independents and cost Mondale votes. Coleman won by 3 percentage points. “The eulogizers were the ones hurt the most,” Mondale said after the election. “It doesn’t justify it, but we all make mistakes. Can’t we now find it in our hearts to forgive them and go on?” Years after the 2002 defeat, Mondale returned to the Senate to stand beside Democrat Al Franken in 2009 when he was sworn in to replace Coleman after a drawn-out recount and court battle. Mondale and his wife, Joan Adams Mondale, were married in 1955. During his vice presidency, she pushed for more government support of the arts and gained the nickname “Joan of Art.” She had minored in art in college and worked at museums in Boston and Minneapolis. The couple had two sons, Ted and William, and a daughter, Eleanor. Eleanor Mondale became a broadcast journalist and TV host, with credits including “CBS This Morning” and programs with E! Entertainment Television; she died in 2011. Ted Mondale served six years in the Minnesota state Senate and made an unsuccessful bid for the Democratic nomination for governor in 1998, and William Mondale served for a time as an assistant attorney general. Joan Mondale died in 2014 at age 83 after an extended illness. While he lacked the charisma of his mentor Humphrey, Walter Mondale had a droll sense of humour. When he dropped out of the 1976 presidential sweepstakes, he said, “I don’t want to spend the next two years in Holiday Inns.” Reminded of that shortly before he was picked as Carter’s running mate, Mondale said, “I’ve checked and found that they’re all redecorated, and they’re marvelous places to stay.” ___ Mears reported from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Walter Mears And Kathleen Hennessey, The Associated Press
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Enviva Partners, LP (NYSE: EVA) (the "Partnership," "we," or "our") today announced that it has amended and restated its senior secured revolving credit facility. The transaction closed on April 16, 2021.
The more volatile things have been for equities, the more enticing it's been to young and novice investors. Just take a closer look at the success of online investing app Robinhood. Robinhood, which is known for its commission-free trades and gifting of free shares of stock to new members, gained in the neighborhood of 3 million new users in 2020.
China's Great Wall Motor aims to sell around 270,000 pickup trucks this year, up from 225,000 units last year, Cui Xiaohui, general manager of Great Wall's pickup truck unit said on Tuesday. Baoding-based Great Wall, the top pickup truck maker in China, also aims to sell over 500,000 of the vehicles a year in 2025, Cui said, adding that half of the sales in 2025 will be overseas.
After a gunman killed eight workers and himself at an Indianapolis FedEx center last week - the city's third mass shooting this year - the chief deputy coroner spoke of the toll the deaths had taken on her coworkers. John Fudenberg knows such strain all too well. In 2017, after a gunman killed 58 people at an outdoor music festival in Las Vegas, Fudenberg's staff at the Clark County Coroner's Office was responsible for telling families their loved ones were dead.
Wajid Khan passed away last year due to COVID complications.
Twelve clubs – including the Premier League’s so-called ‘big six’ – are part of proposals for a European Super League.
The "Business Survey 1Q 2021: the Impact of COVID-19 on SMBs' Cyber-Security Solutions Usage and Plans" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Telos’ aviation channeling services offer increased efficiency and flexibility in credentialing operations at one of the ten busiest airports in the world.ASHBURN, Va., April 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Telos ® Corporation (NASDAQ: TLS), a leading provider of cyber, cloud and enterprise security solutions for the world’s most security-conscious organizations, today announced that the City of Charlotte has contracted with Telos to provide Transportation Security Administration (TSA)-approved Designated Aviation Channeling (DAC) services for processing worker background checks at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT). Telos’ DAC services improve data integrity, increase the efficiency of credentialing operations and reduce costs. DAC services enable submissions of workers’ biographic and biometric data to conduct background checks for individuals working in secure areas of U.S. commercial airports. “The DAC services deployment at Charlotte Douglas International Airport is notable for its integration with CLT’s Identity Management System, enabling efficient biographic and biometric transmissions,” said Dawn E. Lucini, vice president of aviation security, Telos. “We have streamlined the TSA-required aviation worker background check process, while upholding the high security and customer service standards at CLT.” As an encrypted, web-based solution, Telos’ DAC services meet TSA and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) requirements for handling personally identifiable information and biometrics. The modular design supports each airport’s and air carrier’s needs, and users can perform multiple functions on one platform. “Telos is the recognized leader in assuring the identities of aviation workers with advanced biometric and enrollment solutions, evidenced by the growing roster of airports and airlines – 90 and counting – that currently use Telos DAC services,” said Lucini. “We are pleased to support the City of Charlotte and its world-class airport in their efforts to provide excellence in credentialing and vetting services, all while reducing costs and providing superior customer care and flexibility.” In February 2021, Telos also added Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT) to their customer list. FAT is the primary commercial airport serving the San Joaquin Valley and three national parks: Yosemite, Sequoia, and Kings Canyon. For more information about Telos Designated Aviation Channeling services, visit: www.aviationchanneling.com. About Telos CorporationTelos Corporation (NASDAQ: TLS) empowers and protects the world’s most security-conscious organizations with solutions for continuous security assurance of individuals, systems, and information. Telos’ offerings include cybersecurity solutions for IT risk management and information security; cloud security solutions to protect cloud-based assets and enable continuous compliance with industry and government security standards; and enterprise security solutions for identity and access management, secure mobility, organizational messaging, and network management and defense. The company serves military, intelligence and civilian agencies of the federal government, allied nations and commercial organizations around the world. Media:Mia WilcoxMerritt Group on behalf of Telos Corporationwilcox@merrittgrp.com (610) 564-6773 Investors:Brinlea JohnsonThe Blueshirt Group on behalf of Telos Corporationbrinlea@blueshirtgroup.com