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Although none seemed quite right until another longtime, A-list pair landed at their feet: Santa and Mrs. Claus. The film is “The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two,” a sequel to the 2018 Netflix picture that introduced Russell as a Santa who's more superhero-meets-Elvis speedracing his sled than jolly old Saint Nick sitting by a fire. At the urging of Chris Columbus, who produced the first, Hawn appeared as Mrs. Claus in a cameo at the end.
Computer repairman John Paul Mac Isaac, who gave a copy of the laptop to Rudy Giuliani, shuttered his Delaware store and a neighbor said he left town.
Gatestone & Co. (www.gatestonebpo.com), a leader in the BPO industry, recently announced their Gatestone Gives Community Initiative, which includes the Gatestone Gives Scholarship Program, that awards employees with financial support for the education program of their choice. This is a global initiative for all employees throughout North America, Central America and Asia.
Shoppers are panic-buying, again. One Tennessee mayor is waiting for guidance from the "Holy Spirit." 257K U.S. deaths. Latest COVID news.
Seven-year-old Danny Sheehan made a splash on the internet with a viral video that showed him ecstatically opening an "Aquaman" toy.
In Monday's rally, new Bitcoin play PayPal cleared early buy points. Tesla and other EV plays soared. Apple broke key support.
IDEX Biometrics ASA will hold an extraordinary general meeting on Tuesday 15 December 2020 at 12.00 hours CET. The meeting will be held as an online (digital) meeting. Key agenda items: \- Election of Board of Directors \- Approval of Indemnification Agreements \- Approval of 2020 Subscription Rights Incentive Plan document \- Authorization to the Board to issue new shares \- Authorization to the Board to acquire own shares The notice with attendance form will be sent to the shareholders today and is also enclosed in pdf file (link). Notice in English: 2076 IDEX EGM Notice ENG_web Notice in Norwegian: 2076 IDEX EGM Notice NOR_web The notice of the extraordinary general meeting and appendices 1 and 2 are available at the company’s web site, www.idexbiometrics.com, and can be requested from the company at no charge from firstname.lastname@example.orgFor further information contact: Marianne Bøe, Investor Relations E-mail: email@example.com Tel: + 47 918 00186Derek D’Antilio, Chief financial Officer E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +1 978 273 1344About IDEX Biometrics IDEX Biometrics ASA (OSE: IDEX and OTCQB: IDXAF) is a leading provider of fingerprint identification technologies offering simple, secure and personal touch-free authentication for all. We help people make payments, prove their identity, gain access to information, unlock devices or gain admittance to buildings. We invent, engineer, and commercialize these secure and safe yet incredibly user-friendly solutions. Our total addressable market represents a fast growing multi-billion-unit opportunity.For more information, visit www.idexbiometrics.com and follow @IDEXBiometrics This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to Section 5-12 the Norwegian Securities Trading ActAttachments * 2076 IDEX EGM Notice ENG_web * 2076 IDEX EGM Notice NOR_web
For retirement savers, an individual retirement account (IRA) is a must-know vehicle in all of its forms. An IRA can come in either pre-tax or post-tax variety, and may or may not be connected with your current employment status. Below, you'll find four misunderstood facts of IRA investing that may help you as 2020 mercifully comes to a close.
Media Virus Watch Initiative Now Lets Media Outlets and Their Audiences Track Daily Infection and Death Rates Across 223 Countries Cranbury, NJ, Nov. 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Infragistics, the leader in UI/UX and business intelligence solutions powering the world’s largest enterprise software applications, has partnered with Editor & Publisher magazine, the authoritative voice of news publishing, to bring a real-time view of daily COVID-19 death and infection rates across 223 countries to news publishers. Infragistics’ animated COVID-19 data visualization dashboard is now available to publishers through Editor and Publisher’s Media Virus Watch, an online resource developed to bring news publishers the latest news, best practices and data on the coronavirus pandemic. Infragistics’ interactive visualization tracks all global COVID-19 infections and deaths, daily and by country, since January 30, 2020. Powered by global data sources, including Johns Hopkins University, the U.S. CDC and the World Health Organization (WHO), viewers can click on any of the 223 countries on the dashboard to see the total deaths or infections on a specific day. It also allows users to track trends in a single country or across countries over time. Currently, the majority of U.S. news outlets are laser-focused on COVID-19 rates in the U.S. By expanding the data set to encompass worldwide COVID-19 statistics, Americans can get an informed perspective about the country’s progress relative to the rest of the world. Infragistics designed the dynamic dashboard with Indigo.Design and Ignite UI for React, leveraging timely data from CSSEGISandData/COVID-19 to showcase the power of using data to drive decisions.“This new, engaging COVID-19 dashboard created with Infragistics solutions is an especially informative data asset for newspapers and other news organizations that are covering the coronavirus public health crisis,” says Mike Blinder, publisher, Editor & Publisher. “We are grateful to Infragistics for providing us with an essential tool in our mission to strengthen the support we provide to news organizations.”“We recognize that we have a responsibility to contribute our technology resources, such as this visualization tool and other expertise, wherever we can to influence the greater good,” said Dean Guida, founder and chief executive officer of Infragistics. “We are pleased to support Editor & Publisher’s Media Virus Watch with our COVID-19 dashboard visualization tool and our door is always open to news organizations seeking business intelligence resources.”In addition to the partnership with Editor and Publisher, Infragistics’ COVID-19 dashboard is available to any news organization seeking accurate information on the global health crisis. Infragistics also continues to offer its Ignite for Good program, which furnishes open source applications and resources to support those working on COVID-19-related technology projects and provides assistance to small businesses and global customers to accelerate development of new applications that solve problems during the pandemic. Contact Steve Johnston at email@example.com to receive the COVID-19 dashboard or for more information on Ignite for Good.You can find other Infragistics dashboards and visualizations, including those listed below, here: * U.S. Presidential Election Dashboard: Built in advance of the 2020 election, this visualization takes viewers on an interactive journey of electoral votes dating back to the 1940 race between Franklin D. Roosevelt (449 votes) and Wendell Willkie (82 votes). * Earthquake: This application plots the locations of recent seismic activity and can filter the information about earthquakes based on their region, location, and magnitude. * Emergency Room: Designed for mobile tablet devices, this dashboard displays patients’ vital signs, medical tests and medical orders. * Marketing: Get ready to see your business statistics in a whole new way with this dashboard analyzing spend vs. budget, spend by territory, conversions by campaign and more. * Predictive Analytics with Reveal: Perform a variety of advanced analytics and statistical functions with Infragistics’ new business intelligence tool.About InfragisticsInfragistics provides the world’s largest enterprises with tools and solutions to accelerate application design and development, and foster team collaboration. More than two million developers worldwide use Infragistics’ enterprise-ready UX and UI toolkits to rapidly prototype and build high-performing applications for the cloud, web, mobile and desktop. Infragistics’ Reveal reimagines what business users can achieve with self-service business intelligence visualization, while its newest application, Indigo.Design, introduces design-to-code efficiencies during the designer-to-developer handoff. Infragistics clients represent 100% of the S&P 500, including global software providers who rely on Infragistics when reliability and performance are non-negotiable.About Editor & PublisherEditor & Publisher is the authoritative voice of news publishing covering all aspects of the industry from the newsroom to advertising and from audience and digital technology to production operations. E&P traces its roots to 1884, and now provides news and analysis in its monthly print edition, its robust website, editorandpublisher.com, mobile app and frequent podcasts with industry leaders. Since September 2019, it has been owned by the Curated Experiences Group with Mike Blinder as its publisher.Attachment * Election dashboard 11-23-20 CONTACT: Beth Brody Infragistics 908-295-0600 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tiffany & Co, which is being bought by French luxury giant LVMH, beat Wall Street expectations for quarterly profit on Tuesday as the U.S. jeweler benefited from an over 70% rise in sales in China and a recovery in demand at home. The results bode well for the upcoming holiday season for the jeweler and other luxury retailers in general, which have been hit hard by the pandemic. "We had a strong third quarter .... which speaks volumes about the enduring strength of the Tiffany brand and gives us confidence as we enter the important holiday season," Chief Executive Officer Alessandro Bogliolo said, nodding to "the successful completion of the merger transaction with LVMH in early 2021."
Lithuania’s parliament approved Tuesday conservative Ingrida Simonyte as the Baltic country’s next prime minister before shutting down for a week because of a recent COVID-19 spike in the country. The southernmost Baltic country of nearly 3 million has seen 49,393 COVID-19 cases and 409 deaths — most of these recorded in October and November. A former finance minister and presidential candidate, Simonyte led her conservative Homeland Union to victory at the parliamentary elections in October.
Toronto, Nov. 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FEI Canada is thrilled to announce the launch of their upcoming Virtual Interchange Conference – “Leading with Resilience.”FEI Canada’s 2021 Leading with Resilience Virtual Interchange will provide a dynamic program of content and networking to help Canada’s financial executives address the timely conversations of resilience and sustainability. “Our Interchange Committee is thrilled to be creating a very special experience for you, delivered in a new environment, a reflection of our changing business climate,” said Jeff Shickele, Chair of the 2021 Interchange.“FEI Canada’s conferences have garnered an unrivalled reputation in Canada’s finance community for providing industry-leading thought leadership, exceptional attendee networking opportunities and magnificent return on investment for sponsors and exhibitors. This year’s virtual environment may look a little different, but we are enthusiastic about providing the same, stellar production,” said Georgina Blanas, Executive Director at FEI Canada.With a heavy focus on learning and collaboration, the FEI Canada Virtual Interchange will provide enhanced opportunities within the exhibit hall and networking lounges to stay connected with peers or meet new attendees, participate in thought-provoking round table discussions and stay ahead of the curve. Attendees will acquire best practices and solutions to drive business strategy during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.Registration is now open for the Interchange. To register, and for all information on the Interchange, including sponsorship opportunities, speakers, sessions and run-times, please head to the Interchange website at www.feicanadaconference.ca. For information:Sponsorship opportunities for the two-day event, please reach out to FEI Canada Sponsorship Manager Brad McCabe at email@example.com.For any questions related to the Interchange, please reach out to FEI Canada Director, Events Rita Plaskett, Director Events at firstname.lastname@example.org. About Financial Executives International Canada (FEI Canada) Financial Executives International Canada (FEI Canada) is the leading voice and informed choice for senior financial executives across the country. With 12 chapters and 1,500+ members, FEI Canada provides professional development, networking opportunities, thought leadership and advocacy services to its members. The association membership consists of senior-level financial executives spanning various industries, functions and disciplines, representing a significant number of Canada’s leading and most influential corporations. For more information, please visit www.feicanada.org or follow us on LinkedIn https://ca.linkedin.com/company/fei-canada and Twitter @FEICanada.Attachment * FEI_LeadershipBeyondFinance-xs CONTACT: Thomas Rigg Financial Executives International Canada (FEI Canada) 416 366 3007 ext. 5105 email@example.com
As President Donald Trump and his Republican allies continue trying to undermine the election, the certification of the vote totals in each state is the next major step in formalizing President-elect Joe Biden's victory.A key part of the Republican strategy has been to delay certification processes in battleground states that Biden won, in the hopes that, if state officials miss their deadlines, legislators will subvert the popular vote and appoint pro-Trump slates to the Electoral College. But that's extremely unlikely to happen.Here's a breakdown of the certification deadlines and other key dates in battleground states, and what will happen between now and Inauguration Day.Sign up for The Morning newsletter from the New York TimesMonday, Nov. 23: Michigan, PennsylvaniaBiden won these two states.In Michigan, the Board of State Canvassers on Monday officially certified the results previously certified by canvassing boards in each county. Three of the four board members -- two Democrats and one Republican -- voted in favor, while the fourth, a Republican, abstained.Among the decisive swing states Biden won, Michigan was the second to certify its results. It followed Georgia, where Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, signed off Friday; a machine recount requested by the Trump campaign will begin this week, but Biden's lead is much too large to expect a recount to overcome.Trump's campaign had tried to block the certification process in Michigan in the hopes of getting Republican state legislators to overrule millions of voters and appoint a pro-Trump slate to the Electoral College. The canvassing board's vote Monday torpedoed that effort. (Republicans could still sue, but such a lawsuit would be very unlikely to succeed.)Monday is also the deadline for counties in Pennsylvania to certify their totals and send them to Kathy Boockvar, the secretary of the commonwealth, who will certify the state results. Pennsylvania doesn't have a hard deadline for when Boockvar must sign off, but she is likely to do so by Monday.Last week, a court rejected a last-ditch effort by the Trump campaign to block certification in Pennsylvania. The campaign then filed an extremely narrow appeal that, even if accepted, would not delay the certification process, and that could be moot after certification. It is possible that, post-certification, the campaign could file a new lawsuit, but that, too, would be unlikely to succeed.No current lawsuit that could change the results of the election, in Pennsylvania or elsewhere, is likely to make it to the Supreme Court at this point.Tuesday: Minnesota, Nevada, North CarolinaIn Nevada, which Biden won, the state Supreme Court will meet Tuesday to certify the results. Ultimately, the governor will need to confirm the outcome. The Trump campaign has filed a lawsuit baselessly claiming that Trump actually won Nevada, and conservative groups are trying to nullify the results, but these claims are highly unlikely to lead anywhere.This is also the certification deadline for Minnesota and North Carolina, neither of which is expected to be contentious. Biden won Minnesota; Trump won North Carolina.Saturday: OhioThis is the deadline for Ohio, which Trump won, to certify its results. No challenges are expected.Monday, Nov. 30: Arizona, Iowa, NebraskaArizona has to certify its results by this date, as do Iowa and Nebraska. Biden won Arizona, Trump won Iowa, and in Nebraska, Trump won statewide but Biden won one electoral vote in the state's 2nd Congressional District.The Arizona Republican Party asked a court to postpone certification in Maricopa County, which includes Phoenix, but a judge rejected the request Thursday.Given this, counties are expected to certify on time and Katie Hobbs, the secretary of state and a Democrat, is expected to sign off on the final, statewide certification.No disputes are expected in Iowa or Nebraska that could delay certification.Tuesday, Dec. 1: WisconsinThis is the deadline for Wisconsin, which Biden won, to certify its results.Wisconsin has already completed county-level certification, but the Trump campaign is seeking a partial recount, which, if it proceeds, should be complete by the deadline and is not expected to alter the results significantly. Once the recount is completed, the Wisconsin Elections Commission will meet to certify the results statewide.Tuesday, Dec. 8This is a key date in the democratic process: If states resolve all disputes and certify their results by Dec. 8, the results should be insulated from further legal challenges, ensuring that states won by Biden will send Biden delegates to the Electoral College.The certification processes leading up to this date vary from state to state, but the final step is the same everywhere under federal law: The governor of each state must compile the certified results and send them to Congress, along with the names of the state's Electoral College delegates.Monday, Dec. 14Electors will meet on Dec. 14 in their respective states and cast their votes. This vote is, constitutionally, what determines the next president.Biden has 306 electoral votes to Trump's 232. Many states formally require their electors to vote for the candidate they pledged to vote for, generally the winner of the state's popular vote. Historically, rogue electors have been few and far between, and have never altered the outcome.Wednesday, Jan. 6Congress is ultimately responsible for counting and certifying the votes cast by the Electoral College, and it is scheduled to do so on Jan. 6.If there are still disputes at this point -- if Republican legislators in a state were to appoint a pro-Trump Electoral College slate in opposition to voters' will, for instance, and the Democratic governor of the state were to appoint a pro-Biden slate -- it would be Congress' job to resolve them. Election law experts say that under federal statute, the governor's slate should be favored.Wednesday, Jan. 20Biden will be sworn in as the 46th president of the United States.This article originally appeared in The New York Times.(C) 2020 The New York Times Company
Strong digital sales and improving sales at stores were tempered by concerns over spiking coronavirus cases.
GE shares have gained more than 50% over the past six months, with Oppenheimer analysts boosting their rating on the stock amid the "turnaround traction" under CEO Larry Culp.
MADRID (Reuters) -Elderly residents and health workers at nursing homes will be the first to get vaccinated against the coronavirus in Spain, Health Minister Salvador Illa said on Tuesday, unveiling a national vaccination plan that is due to kick off in January. Other health workers will be next to be vaccinated, Illa said, with a total of 18 groups of citizens being, one after the other, allowed to get the vaccine shots in one of Spain's 13,000 local public health centers. Spain expects to cover a substantial part of the population within the first six months of 2021, but will not make vaccination against the coronavirus compulsory.
Hungary's government has hit back at actor George Clooney for describing Prime Minister Viktor Orban as an example of anger and hate in the world who could fuel a dystopian future, calling his remarks "foolish". Speaking about the making of his film Midnight Sky, in which he plays a scientist in a post-apocalyptic world, Clooney told GQ magazine: "We weren't in the middle of a pandemic when it happened, but there were still all these other elements, these elements of how much hate and anger all of us are experiencing in this moment of history, all over the world - go to Bolsonaro in Brazil, or Orban in Hungary."
Amazon's global competition show features 12 teams of contestants and their dogs, who travel around the world completing challenges.
The chancellor will set out his plans for government spending, but will it be bad or good news for you?