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Oslo, Norway – 21 April 2021 - IDEX Biometrics ASA, a leading provider of advanced fingerprint identification and authentication solutions, has appointed James A. Simms as Chief Financial Officer with effect from 26 April 2021. Mr. Simms is an accomplished executive, with extensive experience with publicly-listed companies across high technology. Since 2008, he has served as Chief Financial Officer and a member of the Board of Directors of Vicor Corporation (Nasdaq: VICR), for which he played a key role in repositioning the company strategically and organizationally, leading to an order of magnitude expansion of market capitalization. Prior to joining Vicor Corporation, Mr. Simms was an investment banker for two decades, most recently with Needham & Company, Inc. Mr. Simms holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania (Wharton School) and a BA from the University of Virginia. He will be based at IDEX’s Wilmington office, outside of Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Vince Graziani, Chief Executive Officer of IDEX Biometrics, comments: “I am very excited to welcome Jamie to our global management team. His expertise in accounting, regulatory matters, and investor relations, together with his prior experience in investment banking, will be extremely valuable to the company as we continue to accelerate commercialization and revenue growth.” For further information contact:Marianne Bøe, Investor Relations E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: + 47 918 00186 Brett L Perry, U.S. Investor RelationsE-mail: email@example.comTel: + 1 214 272 0070 About IDEX BiometricsIDEX Biometrics ASA (OSE: IDEX and Nasdaq: IDBA) 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 with the touch of a finger. We invent, engineer, and commercialize these secure, 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 on Twitter @IDEXBiometrics Trademark StatementThe wordmark ‘IDEX’ and the IDEX logo are registered trademarks of IDEX ASA. All other brands or product names are the property of their respective holders. This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to Section 5-12 the Norwegian Securities Trading Act
Carrefour, Europe's largest food retailer, said it would buy back up to 500 million euros ($601.40 million) of its shares this year, reflecting confidence in the success of its turnaround plan following a strong first quarter. Carrefour, which last month agreed to buy Brazil's third-biggest food retailer Grupo BIG for about $1.3 billion, also maintained its financial and operational targets under its 'Carrefour 2022' strategic plan. In France alone, sales growth reached 3.5% in the first quarter and growth remained solid during the first weeks of April, including in hypermarkets.
The board of directors of IDEX Biometrics ASA resolved the 2020 annual report on 20 April 2021. The financial statements are consistent with the preliminary report disclosed on 25 February 2021. The board does not propose a dividend. The 2020 annual report is enclosed in pdf file and is available at www.idexbiometrics.com (http://www.idexbiometrics.com). IDEX Biometrics ASA Annual report 2020: Idex Biometrics Annual report 2020 The board resolved to call the annual general meeting on 12 May 2021. Information concerning the annual general meeting will be published later. During 2020 IDEX made good progress transitioning from research and development to commercial activities. Even with the extraordinary challenges created by COVID-19 on business and society, the team was able to remain focused and execute on the 2020 business plan. Throughout the year, IDEX achieved several certifications by multiple major payment networks/brands. Several new card manufacturers have initiated new product developments based on IDEX’s biometric technology and solutions. The company began to ramp commercial production shipments for the large IT and financial services customer and had the first commercial orders and shipments of the third generation TrustedBio solution for biometric payment cards. Estimates show the addressable market for biometric cards to steadily grow and reach more than 3 billion units by 2024. We expect 2021 will see increasing shipments to a broader range of customers, banks, and credit issuers. For further information contact: Marianne Bøe, Investor Relations E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: + 47 918 00186 About IDEX Biometrics IDEX Biometrics ASA (OSE: IDEX and Nasdaq: IDBA) 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 Act. Attachment Idex Biometrics Annual report 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday welcomed a decision by six English Premier League clubs to quit the Super League project just 48 hours after they agreed to join Italian and Spanish teams in the controversial elite competition. The English clubs capitulated under massive pressure from fans, politicians, soccer officials and even British royals who said the Super League would boost the power and wealth of the elite clubs and hurt the game. The Super League had argued that it would increase revenues to the top clubs and allow them to distribute more money to the rest of the game.
When the verdicts came in — Guilty, Guilty, Guilty — Lucia Edmonds let out the breath she hadn't even realized she'd been holding. The relief that the 91-year-old Black woman felt flooding over her when white former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted for killing George Floyd was hard-earned, coming after a lifetime of seeing other cases end differently. “I was prepared for the fact that it might not be a guilty verdict because it’s happened so many times before," the Washington, D.C., resident said.
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The board of directors of IDEX Biometrics ASA resolved on 20 April 2021 to issue 2,750,000 incentive subscription rights to an employee in the IDEX group. The grant was made under the company's 2020 incentive subscription rights plan as resolved at the annual general meeting on 15 May 2020. The exercise price of the subscription rights is NOK 2.71 per share. The subscription rights vest by 25% per year over four years and expire on 15 May 2025. Following the grant there are 59,782,259 subscription rights outstanding in IDEX. For further information contact:Marianne Bøe, Investor Relations E-mail: email@example.comTel: + 47 9180 0186 About IDEX BiometricsIDEX Biometrics ASA (OSE: IDEX and Nasdaq: IDBA) 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 with the touch of a finger. We invent, engineer, and commercialize these secure, 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 Act
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Large crowds of protesters took to the streets of Columbus, Ohio, after police shot and killed a teenager on Tuesday, April 20.According to local media reports the teenager, identified as Makhia Bryant, was shot by police after threatening two girls with a knife.Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther said an independent investigation was taking place into the event.Footage uploaded by The Lantern on Twitter, shows the group marching through the city chanting “Say her name, Makhia Bryant” before congregating at a busy intersection. Credit: Owen Milnes, The Lantern via Storyful
The Southeast Asian country has been in crisis since the military seized power from Aung San Suu Kyi's elected government on Feb. 1, with almost daily protests against the coup occurring despite a brutal crackdown by the junta on dissent. The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP), an activist group, says 738 people have been killed by security forces since the coup and 3,300 people are currently in detention, including 20 who have been sentenced to death.
One consequence of Supergirl sending its leading lady to the Phantom Zone is that the show has become much more serialized than usual. We’re following the nitty gritty details of Kara’s journey through her newfound prison, as well as the day-to-day reality of how the Super Friends are coping without her. The upside is a nice sense of emotional and logistical continuity; the downside is a frustrating sense of same-y-ness. Phantoms and angst have dominated this smartly conceived but unevenly executed start to season six, and I’m looking forward to the show moving in a drastically different direction next week. But, for now, “Lost Souls” at least uses its familiar plotting to deliver some satisfying character work along the way.
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Following an emotionally draining three-week trial, a Minnesota jury found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of all charges in the murder of George Floyd. On April 20, immediately following the verdict, over a dozen of Floyd's family members gathered in Minneapolis, MN, for a press conference moderated by attorney Ben Crump to share their reactions to the pivotal decision.
Indian authorities scrambled to shore up supplies of medical oxygen to hospitals in the capital, Delhi, on Wednesday as a fast-spreading second wave of coronavirus stretched medical infrastructure to the breaking point, officials and doctors said. Delhi's government issued a call for help on social media saying major government hospitals only had enough oxygen to last another eight to 24 hours, while some private ones had enough for just four or five hours. Every third person tested for coronavirus was found positive, the state government said.
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Roads and buildings in parts of St Vincent were filmed coated in ash as the Caribbean island’s La Soufrière volcano continued to erupt on April 19.This footage, shot by journalist Krystal Hoyte in the fishing village of Chateaubelair, captures the situation in St Vincent’s orange zone.Later, a vehicle with its emergency lights turned on can be seen driving down a road shrouded in ash.As of April 19, St Vincent’s National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) reported 13,303 people had been displaced because of La Soufrière’s eruption.The United Nations on April 20 launched a $29.2 million international appeal to “provide immediate lifesaving humanitarian assistance, including clean water, and support a sustainable recovery for everyone impacted.” Credit: Krystal Hoyte via Storyful