Jayson Tatum (Team Durant) with an alley oop vs the Team LeBron, 03/07/2021
Jayson Tatum (Team Durant) with an alley oop vs the Team LeBron, 03/07/2021
Mike Lindell's latest business venture takes an unexpected turn.
In 2020, the 3rd Gen HAVAL H6 and JOLION in China received very high market attention, not only helping HAVAL H6 to maintain one of the best-selling SUV models, but also promoting HAVAL to become one of the best-selling SUV brands in China. A few days ago, Sam Liu, Vice President of GWM said: "GWM has launched three future-oriented global technology brands, and has the confidence in dealing with the transformation of the automobile industry. The launch of L.E.M.O.N., COFIS and TANK technology brands has officially announced that GWM will transform to a global mobility technology company, and its more intelligent, safe and trend-leading products will meet the needs of contemporary users for travel. Based on the overall technological upgrade brought by the technical brand, GWM has launched several new products on pickup and SUV models, represented by the 3rd Gen HAVAL H6 and JOLION. The brand-new models will consolidate the market position of HAVAL and refresh the brand image."
NiSource Inc. (NYSE: NI) ("NiSource") today announced that it has priced its offering of 7,500,000 Series A Equity Units ("Equity Units"), initially consisting of 7,500,000 Series A Corporate Units ("Corporate Units"), each with a stated amount of $100. NiSource has granted to the underwriters an option to purchase up to an additional 1,125,000 Corporate Units to cover over-allotments. The offering is expected to close on April 19, 2021.
Gold prices steadied after gaining in early trade on Wednesday as weakness in the U.S. dollar due to higher inflation was countered by some firming in Treasury yields. Spot gold was flat $1,743.54 per ounce at 0353 GMT, after rising as much as 0.3%. "Though the dollar is weaker this morning, but a slight uptick in U.S. Treasury yields is keeping gold's upside movement muted," said Margaret Yang, a strategist at DailyFX.
SEOUL, South Korea __ South Korea has recorded its highest daily jump in new COVID-19 infections in about three months, as officials urge the public to maintain vigilance. The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency said Wednesday it’s confirmed 731 new cases over the past 24 hours. Senior health official Yoon Taeho says an increased mobility last weekend was proof that South Korea’s public vigilance has loosened, and that elevating social distancing rules will be discussed in the next few days.
Imagine if the Tablighi Jamaat gathering had been happening right now, with India in the grip of a brutal second wave of Covid-19.
Tigers hit five home runs in 8-2 win
Paul Flores was the last person seen with Kristin Smart before she vanished from a college campus on California’s scenic Central Coast nearly 25 years ago and suspicion has followed him ever since. Investigators never had enough evidence to charge him with a crime related to her disappearance until Tuesday when Flores was arrested on suspicion of murder in Smart's death. San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson said arrests came after a search of the elder Flores' home last month using ground-penetrating radar and cadaver dogs turned up new evidence linked to Smart's killing, though her body has not yet been located.
Mike Elliott is among many who celebrated his election as mayor of Brooklyn Center as the beginning of a new era, marking the first time one of Minnesota's most racially diverse places would be led by a person of color. Elliott, a Black man who had emigrated from Liberia as a child, was almost giddy in talking about his plans for multicultural city hall. “It’s incredible, it’s really incredible,” Elliott said then of Hmong, African, Vietnamese and white residents living side-by-side in the inner-ring Minneapolis suburb's working-class neighborhoods.
Communities marched and mourned Tuesday in memory of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man who was fatally shot by police during a traffic stop.
Kim Potter, a 26-year department veteran, was identified as the officer who shot and killed Wright during a traffic stop Sunday afternoon.
Condensed Game: Wilson Contreras smashed a go-ahead two-run home run in the top of the 8th that fueled the Cubs to a 3-2 win over the Brewer
Tech workers at the New York Times announced Tuesday that they have formed a union and are now requesting recognition by the paper. According to the Times, the new union, known as the Times Tech Guild, will represent at least 650 employees who work in software engineering, web and software design, data analysis and product management. The Times Tech Guild will be represented by the NewsGuild of New York, which also represents the Times’ unionized newsroom employees, but will be part of a distinct bargaining bloc. “We are a group of New York Times employees who build, maintain, analyze and support products and technical systems that are key to the company’s success,” the union said in a statement announcing its existence. “We believe that the Times will become stronger by improving its workplace culture.” Also Read: Trump Rails Against NY Times for Report on His Campaign Fundraising Tactics “To better express and defend our rights, we are organizing with the NewsGuild of New York,” the statement continued. “As of now, we face a number of challenges, including sudden or unexplained terminations, opaque promotion processes, unpaid overtime, and underinvestment in diverse representation. Without a union, we lack the data or bargaining rights we need to address these issues. Through collective bargaining, we will be able to build The Times’ world class digital products and platforms in a workplace that is more equitable, healthy and just. We ask that management recognize the NewsGuild of New York as our bargaining representative and begin negotiating in good faith.” We’re excited to announce that the tech workers of @nytimes have formed a union with @nyguild. Say hello to #NYTimesGuildTech! https://t.co/OiQMxZePL6 pic.twitter.com/KVjpuQUdcm — New York Times Tech Guild (@NYTGuildTech) April 13, 2021 In a statement, New York Times management said: “At The New York Times, we have a long history of positive and productive relationships with unions, and we respect the right of all employees to decide whether or not joining a union is right for them. We will take time to review this request and discuss it soon with representatives of the NewsGuild.” Read original story New York Times Tech Employees Unionize At TheWrap
Tesla, Nvidia and Adobe are among actionable stocks while Bitcoin hit a record high ahead of the Coinbase IPO. JPMorgan earnings are on tap.
Servify, announces the acquisition of key businesses of Munich based WebToGo, a one-stop provider for multichannel self-care and customer experience solutions for smartphones, tablets and laptops. This acquisition will help Servify further strengthen its global footprint both in terms of technology and people.
Frustrated parents in San Francisco have coined a new phrase for their latest classroom reality: “Zoom in a Room." In Los Angeles, students can start going back to school in person, but more than half say they will stick with distance learning. More than a year after the coronavirus pandemic forced California's classrooms to close, some of the largest school districts are welcoming back students this week.
Bam Adebayo (Miami Heat) with a dunk vs the Phoenix Suns, 04/13/2021
Jimmy Butler (Miami Heat) with an and one vs the Phoenix Suns, 04/13/2021
The Pennsylvania SPCA rescued five dogs from a suspected dog fighting ring in North Philadelphia. Firefighters found the dogs in crates while investigating a possible arson
Tyler Herro (Miami Heat) with a 2-pointer vs the Phoenix Suns, 04/13/2021