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Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds purchasers of the securities of Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK) between October 21, 2020 and December 2, 2020, inclusive (the "Class Period"), of the important February 2, 2021 lead plaintiff deadline in the securities class action. The lawsuit seeks to recover damages for Splunk investors under the federal securities laws.
The trial is expected to begin the week of Feb. 8.
California lifts regional stay-at-home orders. Merck abandons vaccine development. Latest COVID-19 news.
Asian stocks came under pressure on Tuesday as worries about U.S. stimulus and surging coronavirus infections led to a mixed Wall Street session, while the dollar consolidated overnight gains. The choppy trade reflected concerns about new strains of the deadly virus, along with uncertainty about the $1.9 trillion U.S. fiscal stimulus plan that has hit opposition from Republicans in Congress.
If ever there were an actor fit to portray an alien posing as a medical professional, that man is Alan Tudyk. Adapted from the Dark Horse comic of the same name (and premiering Wednesday, Jan. 27, at 10/9c on both Syfy and USA Network), Resident Alien follows an extraterrestrial (Tudyk) after he crash-lands on Earth […]
Britain will share its genomic sequencing capabilities with other countries to help quicker identify new variants of the coronavirus in places with less ability to do so, its health ministry said on Tuesday. New variants of the coronavirus have alarmed scientists, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned the prospect of a "vaccine-busting" variant could mean that lockdown measures are needed for longer and new travel restrictions are introduced. Britain said it had carried out more than half the SARS-CoV-2 genome sequences submitted to a global database, and would launch a New Variant Assessment Platform which could be used for coronavirus variants and also future pandemics.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge on Monday approved The Weinstein Co’s liquidation plan, which sets aside $17 million for women who accused co-founder Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct. Judge Mary Walrath in Wilmington, Delaware announced her ruling at the conclusion of a remote hearing. She noted that 83% of sexual misconduct claimants in the bankruptcy “have expressed very loudly that they want closure through acceptance of this plan, that they do not seek to have to go through any further litigation in order to receive some recovery, some possible recompense ... although it’s clear that money will never give them that.”
May “Maya” Millete, 39, was last seen by her family at her home in Chula Vista, California on January 7, 2021. There has been no activity on her bank account and calls to her phone go straight to voicemail. Her car was found still parked at home. On January 23, Chula Vista police served a search warrant at her home, but details from the search have not been released. The Chula Vista Police Department is investigating.
Nissan Motor is accelerating the rollout of electric vehicles in China under its main brand and its local, no-frills Venucia marque as it overhauls its strategy in the world's biggest auto market, four sources told Reuters. Besides the focus on green vehicles, the plan involves using more locally made parts and technologies to reduce costs and help the struggling Japanese carmaker compete better with lower-cost Chinese firms and major global rivals, the sources said. The China strategy is a key pillar of Nissan's turnaround, which involves focusing on producing profitable cars for China, Japan and the United States, rather than chasing all-out global growth as it did under disgraced former boss Carlos Ghosn.
Twitter announced a proposed settlement of three shareholder lawsuits that accused executives of falsely reporting user growth and engagement metrics, in some cases projecting growth that failed to materialize.
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As soon as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the NFC title game, Brian Pope went shopping for a Tom Brady jersey to wear when he watches them play in the Super Bowl. ''I'll be watching, and I'll be rooting for Brady,'' Pope said as he eyed a rack of the quarterback's Patriots and Michigan Wolverines jerseys in the Gillette Stadium pro shop on Monday afternoon.
US Foods Holding Corp. (NYSE: USFD) today announced the pricing of a private offering (the "Offering") of $900 million aggregate principal amount of its 4.750% senior unsecured notes due 2029 (the "Notes") by its direct, wholly-owned subsidiary, US Foods, Inc. ("US Foods"). The initial offering price to investors will be 100% of the principal amount thereof. The offering is expected to close on February 4, 2021, subject to customary closing conditions. The size of the Offering was increased by approximately $300 million aggregate principal amount subsequent to the initial announcement of the Offering.
A Missouri senator on Monday pitched a bill that would allow the use of deadly force against protesters on private property and give immunity to people who run over demonstrators blocking traffic. The proposal is one of several that follow sometimes violent protests in Missouri last summer over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody, including demonstrations that blocked traffic on busy roads in the St. Louis area. Missouri civil rights leader the Rev. Darryl Gray told committee members that people also disagreed with how the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. protested, but “those same methods that you seek to criminalize are the same methods that helped to destroy Jim Crow laws, segregation and destroyed centuries of hatred and bigotry.”
As the United Kingdom prepares to sharpen its focus on how it regulates big tech companies, Facebook is taking a big step up in the role it plays in presenting media to the U.K. public, and into how it works with the country's media industry. Today it is launching Facebook News in the U.K., Facebook's first market outside of the U.S. for its dedicated, curated news portal -- accessed like the U.S. version through a tab in the Android or iOS app menu. The portal will launch with content from hundreds of local and national media organizations including Channel 4 News, Daily Mail Group, DC Thomson, Financial Times, Sky News and Telegraph Media Group.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge on Monday approved The Weinstein Co’s liquidation plan, which sets aside $17 million for women who accused co-founder Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct. The bankruptcy was precipitated by widespread claims of sexual misconduct against company founder Harvey Weinstein, who is serving a 23-year prison term after being convicted of sexually assaulting a former production assistant and raping an actress.
Knox County State’s Attorney Jeremy Karlin said he would seek a natural life sentence against Hazel Ivy, the harshest legal punishment in Illinois.
Republicans argue that Donald Trump cannot be impeached because he's no longer in office. Democrats call that "a constitutional get-out-of-jail-free card."
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Israeli Minister of Intelligence Eli Cohen became the first Israeli government minister ever to visit Sudan on Monday.Driving the news: Cohen met in Khartoum with the head of Sudan's governing council, Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, as well as Sudan's minister of defense and intelligence chief. The meeting comes three months after a U.S.-brokered normalization deal between Israel and Sudan.Get smarter, faster with the news CEOs, entrepreneurs and top politicians read. Sign up for Axios Newsletters here. * During the visit, Cohen and the Sudanese officials discussed plans to cancel a 1958 boycott law which bans Sudanese nationals from traveling to Israel, trading with Israel, or engaging in any contacts with Israeli entities. * Flashback: Secret meetings between Sudanese and Israeli ministers took place in the 1950's and the 1980's, as well as last year, but never in Sudan itself.Background: Under the U.S.-Sudan-Israel deal, the Trump administration removed Sudan from the state sponsors of terrorism list and provided a large aid package. * The Trump administration wanted to organize a trilateral signing ceremony in Abu Dhabi earlier this month, but COVID-19 restrictions and tensions on the Sudanese-Ethiopian border made that impossible. * Instead, then-Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin traveled to Khartoum and signed the Abraham Accords declaration — the same declaration signed by the UAE and Bahrain as part of their deals with Israel — with the Sudanese minister of justice. What’s next: The deputy commander of U.S. Africa Command will visit Khartoum on Tuesday and meet with Burhan and other senior official to discuss military and counterterrorism cooperation.Support safe, smart, sane journalism. Sign up for Axios Newsletters here.