Do we really need to wear sunscreen inside? This dermatologist breaks it down for us
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ON Semiconductor Corporation (Nasdaq: ON) ("ON Semiconductor") announced today the pricing of its previously announced private offering of $700 million aggregate principal amount of 0% Convertible Senior Notes due 2027 (the "notes") at an approximately 42.5% premium to the closing price of ON Semiconductor’s common stock on May 11, 2021 of $37.17. The notes were offered only to persons reasonably believed to be qualified institutional buyers in accordance with Rule 144A under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"). ON Semiconductor has granted to the initial purchasers of the notes an option to purchase, within a 13-day period beginning on, and including, the date on which the notes are first issued, up to an additional $105 million aggregate principal amount of the notes. The offering of the notes and the convertible hedge and warrant transactions described below are expected to close on May 14, 2021, subject to customary closing conditions.
Racers360 announced a new online coaching platform for Go-Kart racers wanting to go faster, reduce lap times, and accelerate their careers. Targeted at Karters in ROK Cup USA, SKUSA, Super Karts, Pro Kart Series, WKA, FIA Karting Academy, Rotax and CIK FIA Karting Championships.Berkeley, United States, May 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Racers360, the world’s leader in motorsports driver coaching has announced the release of its new virtual coaching platform, the Elite Motorsports program, which is now also available for Karting / Go-Kart racers worldwide. For more information on Racers360’s new Karting coaching platform visit: https://racers360.com/karting/. According to Racers360 this platform is perfect for Karters of all ages and skill levels. Through Racers360, drivers will be working personally with the very best karting coaches in the world. Racers360’s new coaching platform is designed to deliver the best possible competitive advantage on any race weekend, for any kart on any racetrack anywhere in the world. Karting is widely recognized as the logical starting point for most future racing stars. Coaching is indisputably the single most crucial component of any racer’s development — but substandard coaching will deliver disappointing race results, no matter how naturally talented a young driver is. Racers360 hires only top professional coaches, that have proven themselves with multiple championships of their own — not only in karting but at the highest levels of professional motorsports as well. These coaches are gifted at reading students driving habits, good and bad, and communicating improvements in a clear, concise and positive manner. The racer is also able to view all of their coaching sessions over and over again, whenever and wherever they want. Customers can easily upload their onboard video from any camera, at any track and from any kart, directly to their chosen Racers360 pro coach. The coach then analyzes the video and provides detailed recorded video instructions on how and where improvements should be made – both on general driver technique, plus coaching specifically oriented to that particular track. The Racers360 all-pro coaching team includes current and former championship winners, including Karters Ryan Norberg (4 consecutive Pro-Tour Championships, and ranked #1 Karter in the US by e-Karting News) and Chris Wehrheim (8-time Grand National Champion). Other pro coaches on the Racers360 team include Josef Newgarden (2-time Indy Car Champion) and Ricky Taylor (multiple IMSA sportscar champion). With the Racers360 coaching services, Karters no longer need to deal with the high costs, questionable capabilities and logistical challenges that come with bringing their own coaches to the track. The new service, the Elite Motorsports program, offers a range of features that provide Karters with a long term, structured and consistent virtual relationship with the Racers360 coach of their choice. With the Elite Motorsports program Karters can subscribe to a coach and obtain coaching before, during, and after race weekends. It includes monthly coaching sessions, chat messaging, drills to work on away from the track, and live group calls every month. It also provides for discounts on any additional coaching sessions. For more information on the new Elite Motorsports Coaching program and to reserve a spot on the waiting list, visit: Karting Elite Coaching. This also includes a sample Racers360 coaching video delivered by Chris Wehrheim. The Racers360 Elite Motorsports Coaching program is an essential companion for Kart racers and pilots competing in the major championship series in the US, Europe and other Karting hot spots around the world. This includes anyone competing in the ROK Cup USA, Super Karts USA (SKUSA), Super Nationals, Pro Kart Series, ProKart Challenge, WKA, Super One Series, Rotax, FIA Karting Academy, and CIK FIA Karting World Championship. “I would personally have benefited incredibly from the Racers360 services when I was racing Karts in Florida, in US Nationals as well as in Europe” said Racers360 co-founder Dion von Moltke, who has won championships in Karting, as well as the Daytona 24 Hour and the Sebring 12 Hour twice in the IMSA sportscar series. “The personalized coaching sessions plus rich content library would have made me faster quicker. I depended on a range of different track side coaches, who often conflicted in direction, and were frankly uninspiring. I was only able to watch YouTube videos of other drivers in other karts or cars to prepare for race weekends. With Racers360 we have advanced to providing young drivers with a completely new, richer and more effective career accelerator.” In addition to providing personalized driver coaching services, Racers360 has developed what they claim to be motorsports largest library of training materials, some of which can be accessed for free on their website, or available through Racers360’s Racers Lounge subscription service. This will provide an invaluable resource to Karters as they progress through their motorsports career – from Karting to Open Wheel or Sportscar racing and beyond. The Racers Lounge subscription also includes access to motorsport’s most comprehensive coaching masterclass, Josef Newgarden’s “Champions Course”, presented by Racers360. The Champions Course is one of the most in-depth and comprehensive coaching programs a professional race car driver has ever created. The Racers360 Education database includes over 55 race track guides, all created by their professional coaching staff, plus courses on Driving Techniques, Racecraft, race car Engineering, the use of lap Data, how to Train Your Mind, and a range of curated and Racers360 certified Onboard Videos. Members of the Racers Lounge also have access to all previously recorded and future Racers360 Webinars. “The Racers360 Karting coaching session for our 8 year old son was amazingly well done. Chris was fantastic! He was super positive, filled with encouragement and advice on how to go faster. Chris keyed in on just a few easy to remember items for Will to work on. Will learned a ton and was able to apply what he learned from the coaching session the very next week. We highly recommend this service!” said Fritz Wilke, father of an aspiring young racer. For more information on Racers360’s new Karting coaching platform visit: https://racers360.com/karting/. Website: https://racers360.com/ CONTACT: Name: Dion von Moltke Organization: Racers360 Address: 1258 Virginia Street, Berkeley, CA 94702, United States Phone: +1-831-900-4405
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May 11—A man accused of hitting a Good Samaritan Medical Center security guard with a ski pole and calling him racial slurs took a plea deal in his case and was sentenced to probation and time served. William James Millensifer, 36, pleaded guilty to bias-motivated crime causing injury, a Class 5 felony. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail and 90 days of probation, with 90 days of credit for ...
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(Bloomberg) -- Most Asian stocks fell Wednesday with U.S. equity futures after a drop on Wall Street amid concern that faster inflation and the surge in commodities could test the economic recovery from the pandemic.Stocks slid in Japan and South Korea but fluctuated in Hong Kong as technology shares rebounded. Covid-19 curbs rattled investors in Taiwan, where the stock index slumped. U.S. contracts slipped after the S&P 500 declined for a second day following a record high Friday. Dip buyers helped the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 erase a loss of almost 2% to finish little changed.Treasury yields were steady and the dollar rose. Investors are awaiting inflation data and government debt sales in the U.S. -- events that could spark market volatility. Consumer-price inflation is set to quicken, with the year-on-year comparison amplified by the shock of Covid-19 shutdowns in 2020.Australia’s 10-year bond yield jumped after the government unveiled a big-spending budget to spur the country’s rebounding economy. The Commonwealth Bank of Australia warned the country could lose its AAA credit rating.Debate continues over whether price pressures will be persistent enough to force the Federal Reserve to tighten policy sooner than current guidance suggests. A chorus of Fed officials said the U.S. economy is on the road to recovery but still faces risks, and reiterated that it’s premature to discuss pulling back monetary support.“It’s all about inflation expectations,” Priya Misra, TD Securities global head of rates strategy, said on Bloomberg Television, adding that if the U.S. CPI report signals “inflation is likely to be higher for a while, I think the taper discussion will come back into the forefront and then we can get a bigger interest rate move.”Oil was steady above $65. The biggest U.S. pipeline is still closed in the wake of a cyberattack, leading to acute fuel shortages in some parts of the nation.Copper traded near a record, and the Bloomberg Commodity Spot Index hovered around the highest levels in almost a decade. Palm oil futures in Kuala Lumpur climbed to the highest intraday level on record. A Chinese commodity exchange raised trading limits and margin requirements as authorities try to temper prices after a scorching rally in industrial commodities.MLIV’s Question of the Day: How Priced In Is a European Reopening?Here are some key events to watch this week:U.S. CPI report Wednesday is forecast to show prices continued to increase in AprilBank of England Governor Andrew Bailey speaks WednesdayThese are some of the main moves in markets:StocksS&P 500 futures fell 0.3% as of 12:15 p.m. in Tokyo. The S&P 500 index fell 0.9%Nasdaq 100 contracts lost 0.5%. The index was little changedJapan’s Topix index shed 0.9%Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 index was down 0.6%South Korea’s Kospi index fell 1.3%Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index rose 0.1%China’s Shanghai Composite index dipped 0.1%Euro Stoxx 50 futures retreated 0.1%CurrenciesThe yen fell 0.2% to 108.87 per dollarThe offshore yuan was at 6.4348 per dollarThe Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index added 0.2%The euro traded at $1.2127BondsThe yield on 10-year Treasuries rose about one basis point to 1.63%Australia’s 10-year bond yield climbed six basis points to 1.79%CommoditiesWest Texas Intermediate crude rose was at $65.26 a barrelGold fell 0.5% to $1,828.36 an ounceFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
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American Fintech Council Chief Executive Officer Garry Reeder released the following statement today after the U.S. Senate approved a resolution to roll back the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency's True Lender rule, which will now be considered by the U.S. House of Representatives:
CHICAGO — If the Chicago Bulls were going to overcome the odds and make the Eastern Conference play-in tournament, they needed two things to happen this week. First, they needed help from one of the teams in front of them. They trail the 10th-place Washington Wizards (32-37) by three games after Tuesday night, but they no longer can catch the Indiana Pacers or Charlotte Hornets — who are tied ...
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Group to call for GOP to "either reimagine a party dedicated to our founding ideals or else hasten the creation of such an alternative."
(Bloomberg) -- Colonial Pipeline Co. told federal officials it will know by late Wednesday whether it’s safe to restart gasoline and diesel flows that have been on hold since criminal hackers targeted the company last week.Beyond that deadline, given to U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm by Colonial Chief Executive Officer Joe Blount, details about when the biggest North American fuel pipeline will recover have been scant. It’s been more than 24 hours since Colonial issued a statement pledging to be back online by the weekend, and the growing frustration among political leaders is palpable as gas stations across the East and South run dry.Granholm’s boss, President Joe Biden, is also facing increasing pressure to marshal federal resources to blunt the growing crisis that threatens to hobble the post-pandemic economic recovery. The administration, which took several measures Tuesday to ease shortages, will give a House briefing on the cyberattack at 6 p.m. Washington time on Wednesday.“This is something that demands really serious federal attention,” Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said on Tuesday, prior to declaring a state of emergency. “The U.S. government needs to be involved, they need to help mitigate this. My fear is, you have these gas shortages, it’s going to cause a lot of problems for people.”Fuel shortages that first emerged in South Carolina have metastasized across a wide swath of the South and East, shutting pumps at convenience stores and truck stops from Tennessee to Tallahassee. Granholm told a media briefing that even if Colonial decides to restart on Wednesday, it’ll take days longer to fully restore shipments.The situation across the southeastern states is “rapidly deteriorating,” Brad Jenkins, a senior vice president at truck-stop owner Pilot, said in an email.The White House relaxed some environmental rules across 12 states and Washington D.C. to help bring in more fuel, even as some Gulf Coast refiners were forced to curtail output to cope with logjams of fuel they can’t ship to eastern markets. The Department of Transportation also announced initial steps that could permit foreign tankers to transport gasoline and diesel to East Coast ports.The Colonial pipeline is the most important conduit for distributing gasoline, diesel and jet fuel in the U.S., connecting Gulf Coast refineries to population centers from Atlanta to New York and beyond. Each day, it ships about 2.5 million barrels (105 million gallons), an amount that exceeds the entire oil consumption of Germany.The vital economic lifeline has been shut since late Friday, prompting a run on filling stations by panicked motorists in several states. Even when the pipeline is restored to full service, it’ll take about two weeks for gasoline stored in Houston to reach East Coast filling stations, according to the most recent schedule sent to shippers. For diesel and jet fuel, the transit time is even longer -- about 19 days -- because they are heavier and move more slowly.End Of DayGranholm said she’s been in regular contact with the Colonial CEO in recent days to track the company’s progress in neutralizing the ransomware attack.“By the end of business tomorrow, Colonial will be in a position to make the full restart decision,” she said. “But even after that decision is made, it will take a few days to ramp up operations.”Colonial issued a statement hours later confirming the energy secretary’s account.Meanwhile, fuel shortages continued to worsen. In Atlanta, 20% of filling stations were dry by Tuesday afternoon, according to retail-fuel tracker GasBuddy.School BusesOne Washington D.C.-area fuel distributor warned that “catastrophic” shortages are imminent and called on government officials to order school buses to stay off the roads. More than four days into the crisis, Colonial has only managed to restart a small segment of the pipeline as a stopgap measure.“We have been providing daily and sometimes twice daily updates to our shippers, and have been in close contact with law enforcement and federal agencies to relay information on our restoration efforts,” Colonial’s media relations office said earlier in the day. “We will continue to keep all of our stakeholders informed and appreciate the outpouring of support we have received throughout the industry.”U.S. average retail gasoline prices have risen to their highest since late 2014 due to the disruption, almost touching $3 a gallon. That could add to broader inflationary pressures as commodity prices from timber to copper also surge. In addition to Florida, Virginia and North Carolina are under states of emergency.Two of the nation’s largest truck-stop owners --- Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores Inc. and TravelCenters of America Inc. -- confirmed that fuel is scarce is some states. Both companies said they’re taking extraordinary measures to replenish tanks.Trucking MeasuresThe Biden administration issued an order on Sunday extending the amount of time truck drivers can spend behind the wheel when transporting fuel across 17 states and the District of Columbia. On Tuesday evening, the Transportation Department said 10 states could allow heavier-than-normal truck loads of gasoline and other fuels.Federal transportation regulators also took the first step toward waiving the 101-year-old Jones Act that prohibits foreign-flagged and -staffed ships from hauling products from one U.S. port to another.Gasoline isn’t the only oil-derived product under threat. In an effort to bolster jet-fuel inventories, Southwest Airlines Co. has begun flying supplies to Nashville, Tennessee, and other cities. So far, no Southwest flights have been affected by the pipeline closure; rather, the airline said it’s “actively managing” fuel stockpiles.United Airlines Holdings Inc. loaded extra fuel on flights to preserve local supplies in places like Baltimore and Greenville-Spartanburg, South Carolina. Problems are “relatively minor so far,” however, Chief Executive Officer Scott Kirby said at the Resources for the Future Forum.What BloombergNEF Is SayingBloombergNEF expects additional supply this week to come primarily from storage inventories, increased East Coast refinery run, other pipelines and shipments from Canada. Cargoes from Europe could also help alleviate lingering shortages next week.-- Anastacia Dialynas, BNEF analystRead the full report here.The Environmental Protection Agency moved to allow the sale of gasoline that doesn’t satisfy requirements meant to help combat smog in certain areas. An initial order allowed the sale of conventional gasoline in areas where reformulated gasoline is required across Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and the District of Columbia. A second order went further by waiving low-volatility requirements governing conventional and reformulated gasoline in those areas, as well as nine other states.Emergency shipments of gasoline and diesel from Texas are already on the way to Atlanta and other southeastern cities via trucks, and at least two Gulf Coast refineries began trimming output amid expectations that supplies will begin backing up in the nation’s oil-refining nexus.The national average retail gasoline price rose to $2.985 a gallon, the highest since November 2014, according to auto club AAA. The premium for wholesale gasoline in the New York area expanded to its widest in three months.(Updates with expanded government efforts, scheduled briefing beginning in second paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
Shohei Ohtani struck out 10 in an impressive duel with Lance McCullers Jr., and the Houston Astros broke loose against the Angels' bullpen to beat Los Angeles 5-1 Tuesday night. Ohtani allowed one run and four hits with one walk in seven innings, solving his control troubles in his longest start of the season. The two-way star then moved to play right field, and Yuli Gurriel homered during Houston's four-run eighth.
Kevin Durant had 21 points and eight assists, and the Brooklyn Nets beat the Chicago Bulls 115-107 on Tuesday night despite Zach LaVine’s 41 points.
Blake Wheeler had two goals and two assists, Connor Hellebuyck stopped 24 shots for his fourth shutout of the season, and the Winnipeg Jets beat the Vancouver Canucks 5-0 Tuesday night to clinch third place in the North Division. Kyle Connor had a goal and two assists, Mark Scheifele added a goal and an assist and Mason Appleton also scored for the Jets. Hellebuyck finished with his 24th career shutout.