Fantasy writer Marvin Elequin joins Yahoo Fantasy expert Matt Harmon to rank rookie receivers who have made an impact in 2020.
Fantasy writer Marvin Elequin joins Yahoo Fantasy expert Matt Harmon to rank rookie receivers who have made an impact in 2020.
Drivers in the U.S. Southeast struggled to find gasoline on Thursday, with most pumps in the region dry after days of panic buying, triggered by a major pipeline shutdown. Around 70% of gas stations in the state of North Carolina were without fuel, along with about half the stations in Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia, according to tracking firm GasBuddy. Nicole Guy, a leasing agent in Atlanta, spent much of Thursday morning driving from one shuttered gas station to another in a desperate attempt to refill her tank, before pulling over to gather her thoughts.
According to a research conducted by KPMG, in the post-COVID-19 era customers will seamlessly transition from physical to digital retail.
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CycloneDX API Creates Standardized Way to Integrate and Share SBOMsFULTON, Md., May 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sonatype, the leader in developer-friendly tools for software supply chain management and security, today announced its support for the CycloneDX Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) standard, a lightweight specification designed for use in application security and software supply chain contexts. Sonatype is proud to have assisted CycloneDX project organizers in defining the software industry’s first standard for automated SBOM data exchange. Furthermore, Sonatype has utilized the CycloneDX standard to create an API that provides third-parties with an easy way to integrate and share SBOMs between Sonatype products and other systems. “At Sonatype, we’ve long advocated that companies should have a software bill of materials to maximize transparency in support of application security and software supply chain integrity,” said Brian Fox, CTO of Sonatype. “With software supply chain attacks continuing to rise, the need for an industry-standard SBOM format has never been greater. The CycloneDX project worked diligently with various stakeholders, including Sonatype, to establish a practical standard that will facilitate interoperability between systems and benefit the community at large.” "We live in a multi-stack, polyglot world where software is produced using a wide range of tools and technologies. CycloneDX provides the interoperability so that all the stacks can share the same component and inventory information," said Steve Springett, Chair of the CycloneDX, Working Group. "The commitment to the CycloneDX SBOM standard is a tremendous advantage as it provides security-focused organizations access to a wide range of development and security tools.'' What is a Software Bill of Materials and Why Does Standardization Matter? In 2019, Gartner discussed the importance of SBOMs in the context of a Software Composition Analysis (SCA) stating: By 2024, the provision of a detailed, regularly updated software bill of materials by software vendors will be a non-negotiable requirement for at least half of enterprise software buyers, up from less than 5% in 2019. By 2024, 60% of enterprises will automatically build a software bill of materials for all applications and services they create, up from less than 5% in 2019. Today, fewer than 50% of companies produce SBOMs as a practice in software development. The result of not having an SBOM means that companies are blind to known vulnerabilities, dependency relationships and much more. Without an SBOM, the process of tracking and tracing new vulnerabilities when they are announced is like conducting a scavenger hunt across hundreds or thousands of applications in an organization’s environment. With 10,000+ vulnerabilities announced annually, this is a daunting task for security teams. Unlike a simple PDF, the CycloneDX standard makes SBOMs electronically actionable across industry participants and allows for easy sharing between systems, customers, partners, and regulators. For further information on how to connect with Sonatype’s CycloneDX API visit our support page. “As an early adopter of the CycloneDX API for integrating NeuVector with Sonatype Nexus Lifecycle, we recognize the importance of producing SBOM’s to enhance software security,” said Glen Kosaka, VP Product Management, NeuVector. “We look forward to continuing to support this important standard and contributing to its adoption and evolution.” “With over 25 million open source users, we believe in the importance of an industry-standard format to enable accurate identification of software components to ensure security,” said Stephen Nolan, Head of Product, Anaconda. “We are innovating on our toolset to provide the CycloneDX SBOM format for our package metadata including license details, dependencies, and curated common vulnerability & exposure scores.” About Sonatype: Sonatype is the leader in developer-friendly, full-spectrum software supply chain management providing organizations total control of their cloud-native development lifecycles, including third-party open source code, first-party source code, infrastructure as code, and containerized code. The company supports 70% of the Fortune 100 and its commercial and open source tools are trusted by 15 million developers around the world. With a vision to transform the way the world innovates, Sonatype helps organizations of all sizes build higher quality software that's more aligned with business needs, more maintainable, and more secure. Sonatype has been recognized by Fast Company as one of the Best Workplaces for Innovators in the world, two years in a row and has been named to the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 and Inc. 5000 list for the past five years. For more information, please visit Sonatype.com, or connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. CONTACT: Elissa Walters Sonatype firstname.lastname@example.org
GOLDEN, Colo., May 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Golden Minerals Company (NYSE American and TSX: AUMN) (“Golden Minerals”, “Golden” or “the Company”) announced today that it intends to call to order and then immediately adjourn its virtual annual meeting of stockholders commencing Thursday May 13, 2021, at 1:00 p.m. Mountain Time. The adjournment of the virtual annual meeting of stockholders will be until 1:00 p.m. (Mountain Time) on June 10, 2021. No changes have been, or are expected to be, made to the record date or the proposals to be brought before the Annual Meeting, which are presented in the previously distributed proxy statement. The Company has decided to adjourn the virtual annual meeting in order to provide additional time to solicit proxies with respect to proposals presented to the stockholders for approval, specifically, the proposal to amend the Company’s certificate of incorporation to increase the Company’s authorized common stock from 200,000,000 to 350,000,000 shares (“Charter Amendment”). Although nearly 90% of the shares represented by proxies received to date have approved the Charter Amendment proposal, the number of votes in favor of the proposal has not yet reached a majority of the Company’s outstanding common stock, which is required for passage. The Company’s board recommends a vote in favor of the Charter Amendment for the reasons described in the proxy statement, including the need to have sufficient authorized common stock in order to permit the future issuance of common stock to support the growth and expansion of the Company’s business, including future acquisition of mining properties or other companies engaged in the mining business. Further information regarding the matters to be acted upon at the Annual Meeting is set forth in the proxy statement and other proxy materials for the Annual Meeting. The proxy statement and related materials are available at http://www.proxydocs.com/AUMN. Stockholders of record may submit their votes for matters to be considered at the annual meeting until the polls are formally closed. Stockholders who have already voted in accordance with the instructions contained in the proxy statement and related materials do not need to submit new proxy cards or give new voting instructions unless they wish to change their votes. Stockholders who have not yet voted can still use the proxy cards and voting instruction forms previously provided to them. The Company’s Board of Directors encourages all stockholders to review the proxy statement carefully before voting. About Golden Minerals Golden Minerals is a Delaware corporation based in Golden, Colorado. The Company is primarily focused on operations at its Rodeo property in Mexico, advancing its Velardeña property in Mexico and, through partner-funded exploration, its El Quevar silver property in Argentina, as well as acquiring and advancing mining properties in Mexico, Argentina, and Nevada. Forward-Looking Statements This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and applicable Canadian securities legislation, including statements regarding expectations surrounding the anticipated meeting date for the annual meeting. These forward-looking statements reflect the current analysis of existing information and are subject to various risks and uncertainties. Additional risks relating to Golden Minerals may be found in the periodic and current reports filed with the SEC by Golden Minerals, including the Company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2020. For additional information please visit http://www.goldenminerals.com/ or contact Golden Minerals CompanyKaren Winkler, Director of Investor Relations, (303) 839-5060SOURCE: Golden Minerals Company
Panaji (Goa) [India], May 13 (ANI): Goa is all set to launch the third phase of the COVID vaccination drive for people in the age group 18-45 years from May 15, said Chief Minister Dr Pramod Sawant.
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Sir Jon Cunliffe, deputy governor for financial stability at the Bank of England, said new technologies like stablecoins — a form of crypto-assets — could transform money and shift people away from cash.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal regulators have approved a Boeing procedure to fix about 100 jets that have been idled for the past month because of improper electrical grounding of some components, and some of the planes could be flying again in the next few days. A Boeing spokesman said Thursday that the company issued service bulletins to airlines and will help them perform the work to fix the planes. The approval by the Federal Aviation Administration came shortly after the agency's administrator, Stephen Dickson, told a congressional panel he had “absolute confidence” in the safety of the Max and that fixing the latest problem with the troubled jetliner would be “pretty straightforward.” Southwest Airlines, the biggest customer for Boeing 737 jets including the Max, estimates that the work will take two to three days per plane. The airline expects to complete the work on its 32 grounded planes in about three weeks, a spokesman said. American Airlines, which has 18 planes sidelined by the electrical issue, and United Airlines, with 17 grounded Max jets, said they expect those planes to resume flying in the coming days but were not more specific. Alaska Airlines has four grounded Max jets. The timing of FAA approval is a boost to both Boeing – which is preparing to resume cash-generating deliveries of recently built Max jets – and its airline customers. Airlines can now plan on having the planes to help meet rising demand and expanding flight schedules heading into the peak summer-travel season. The electrical issue affecting a backup power unit and other components was another setback for Boeing's best-selling plane. It came just a few months after the planes resumed flying following two deadly crashes and a 20-month worldwide grounding of all Max jets. The electrical issue appeared to be unrelated to the automated flight-control system that played a role in the crashes. Dickson said Wednesday that the FAA is looking into how the electrical problem surfaced after Boeing made changes on its production line. Boeing says that since the planes resumed flying late last year, they have made 30,000 flights for 21 different airlines without incident. Shares of Boeing Co. rose 1% in midday trading after being up about 4% earlier in Thursday's session. The Associated Press
Amid continuing confusion and debate over mask wearing, Dr. Anthony Fauci, a top medical adviser to the Biden administration, emphasized that the time has come to let up on wearing face coverings in some situations. “If you’re vaccinated and you’re outside, put aside your mask. You don’t have to wear it,” he said in a television interview on Thursday morning.
Library and Archives Canada (LAC) will provide $1.5 million to support 41 projects (including 26 new projects) by archives, libraries and documentary heritage institutions throughout Canada. Four projects submitted by organizations from Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon will be funded under the Documenary Heritage Communities Program (DHCP).
Library and Archives Canada (LAC) will provide $1.5 million to support 41 projects (including 26 new projects) by archives, libraries and documentary heritage institutions throughout Canada. Ten projects submitted by organizations from British-Columbia will be funded under the Documenary Heritage Communities Program (DHCP).
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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The inventor of the adhesive used on one of 3M's best-known products, the Post-it Note, has died, according to the company and his published obituary. Spencer Silver was 80 and died May 8 at his home, the family's obituary said. Silver was working in a company lab in 1968 when he discovered a unique adhesive formula, according to 3M. The adhesive allowed notes to be easily attached to surfaces, removed and even re-posted elsewhere without leaving residue like other glues. Silver looked for several years for a practical use for the adhesive, calling it a “solution waiting for a problem to solve.” In 1974, his colleague Art Fry came up with the idea of using the adhesive to prevent paper bookmarks from falling out of his hymnal when he sang in church. The product was originally called the Press ‘n’ Peel memo pad in 1974, but it wasn’t brought to the market until 1977 and didn’t really take off until 1980, when it was renamed the Post-it Note. It’s now one of the top-selling items in 3M’s consumer products division. Silver retired as a corporate scientist in 1996 and earned 37 patents during his time at 3M. He also won several awards, including the 1998 American Chemical Society Award for Creative Invention, according to the company. Silver is survived by his wife of 56 years, Linda, a daughter and two grandchildren. The Associated Press