Lonzo Ball (New Orleans Pelicans) with a 3-pointer vs the Utah Jazz, 01/21/2021
Lonzo Ball (New Orleans Pelicans) with a 3-pointer vs the Utah Jazz, 01/21/2021
Through a partnership with some stores, this delivery company is offering services to EBT SNAP users, including a few free deliveries.
On February 26, 2021, Delaware Enhanced Global Dividend and Income Fund (NYSE: DEX) (the "Fund"), a closed-end fund, paid a monthly distribution on its common stock of $0.0572 per share to shareholders of record at the close of business on February 19, 2021.
The new start date lines up with the Australia's vaccine rollout projections.
The United States praised Tanzania on Friday for finally acknowledging the resurgence of COVID-19 after claiming for months it had defeated the pandemic through prayer. “It has become clear that the virus variant has arrived in Tanzania,“ U.S. Ambassador Donald Wright, who is also a doctor, said in a statement. Tanzania is one of Africa’s most populous countries, with some 60 million people, and during its long COVID-19 denial the director of the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned that if the continent isn’t united, “it’s doomed.”
TIAA named JPMorgan Chase’s Thasunda Brown Duckett as CEO, the second Black woman tapped this year to lead a Fortune 500 company following Roz Brewer.
The Board of Trustees (the "Board") of each of Invesco Dynamic Credit Opportunities Fund, Invesco High Income Trust II and Invesco Senior Income Trust (each, a "Fund" and collectively, the "Funds") today declared the following dividends:
Proactis SA Announces Financial Information for the 6 months ended 31 January 2021 Paris – February 26th, 2021 – Proactis SA (Euronext: PROAC), a leading provider of business spend management and business process collaboration solutions, today announced financial information for the 6 months ending 31 January 2021, in accordance with the “European Transparency Obligations Directive” financial disclosure requirements. Financial data in € million 6 months ended 31 January 2020 6 months ended 31 January 2021 % Change 2021/ 2020(*) Consolidated Revenue 6.2 5.6 (27%)SaaS (**) 5.9 5.0 (31%)Services 0.3 0.6 38% (Non-Audited Figures) (*) Percentages calculated on exact numbers, not the rounded numbers shown (**) SaaS is a model of delivering technology where a software solution is hosted as a service for its customers. Customers do not buy the technology but pay a subscription fee to use it. Turnover of the Group is below the level of the prior period due principally to non-renewal of contracts in specific non-core product areas, and contract value decreases. Most of the customer churn were contracts which incorporated third party software. In the same way, the decrease in the value of contracts was mainly due to the cancellation of the element relating to third-party software. The increase in the Services component of revenues was due to the additional requirements of current customers. About Proactis SA (https://www.proactis.com/proactis-sa), a Proactis Company Proactis SA connects companies by providing business spend management and collaborative business process automation solutions for both goods and services, through The Business Network. Our solutions integrate with any ERP or procurement system, providing our customers with an easy to use solution which drives adoption, compliance and savings. Significant customers include BASF, Nationwide, Michelin and Henkel Proactis SA has major operations in Paris, Houston, Bonn and Manilla. Listed in Compartment C on the Euronext Paris Eurolist. ISIN: FR0004052561, Euronext: PROAC, Reuters: HBWO.LN, Bloomberg: HBW.FP Contacts Tel: +33 (0)1 53 25 55 00E-mail: investorContact@proactis.com Attachment Proactis SA Half Year revenue report Jan 21
Feb. 26—It will be a reunion for shortstop Kole Kaler when the Hawaii baseball team opens its season against Arizona State today at Phoenix Municipal Stadium. Kaler grew up in Queen Creek, Ariz., a 39-mile drive from Phoenix. For this nonconference series, which concludes with Saturday's doubleheader, a limited number of family members will be allowed to attend at the Oakland A's former ...
EverCharge is the first electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) manufacturer to receive California Department of Food and Agriculture's (CDFA) California Type Evaluation Program (CTEP) certification. EverCharge, the leading smart electric vehicle (EV) charging provider, is currently the only EVSE manufacturer to receive CDFA certification.
If Zack Scott is to be taken at face value, the Mets are not planning to add any more 'big' pieces to their roster between now and Opening Day.
Kyrie Irving further explained why he wants Kobe Bryant to be the NBA logo.
The MAC announced its 2021 football schedule, which will not feature a Michigan in-state conference matchup until November, and none on a Saturday.
Variety show edits photo of US pop star Selena Gomez taken after her kidney transplant surgery.
The "Dairy Processing Equipment Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The administration of U.S. President Joe Biden said Friday it is launching a new initiative with private sector companies, asking them to encourage workers to wear face masks and provide incentives to get vaccinated against the coronavirus illness COVID-19. White House coronavirus adviser Andy Slavitt said companies will be asked to communicate with customers and help educate them on the benefits of both masking and vaccination. Slavitt will host a conference call later Friday with business owners to lay out a call to action and ask them to use their resources with the effort. His comments came as the head of the CDC warned that recent declining case numbers and hospitalizations are beginning to stall while still at high levels, and called on Americans and state leaders not to lift restrictions on movement.
Mississauga, ON, Feb. 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- EllisDon's Alliance of Black Employee Experience and Leadership (ABEEL) held the inaugural virtual ‘Shaping The Future Sponsorship Program’ event live on Thursday, February 25 to announce the winners behind the scholarship program. The program enables Canadian high school students to share their vision for a community that is more inclusive of the Black experience and without racism. Students were asked to apply by illustrating what a world without anti-Black racism looks like through any medium of their creative choosing including video, drawings, poems, essays, visual arts, and music. “EllisDon is so proud of all the student submissions and the hard work that went into them,” said Kieran Hawe, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President, Construction Operations. “The future of EllisDon and our industry belongs to those who stand up for what they believe in and we can’t wait to welcome the next generation of leaders to the industry.” The Shaping the Future Sponsorship Program was rolled out in December 2020 in five different cities across Canada; Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa and lower mainland British Columbia, serving some of the most underrepresented and underserved communities. “When you engage youth into a conversation the one thing that you can be sure of is that they are going to tell you the truth. The students who participated in this project shared some of their innermost thoughts, emotions, experiences, and ideas around racism and inclusion,” said Jennifer Khan, Head of Inclusive Diversity at EllisDon. “As adults, we need to look at these submissions very carefully because these students have given us an unfiltered version of their present and what they hope for in the future — we must not squander that privilege.” The virtual event attendees included students, educators, and families from the school board communities and showcased the high school winners of the Sponsorship program. During the event, there were notable guest speakers such as Joan Manning, Mental Health Specialist, retired professional figure skater and TikTok phenomenon Elladj Baldé, and various senior leaders within EllisDon. "Here at Edmonton Public Schools we know that change doesn’t happen overnight, but every journey starts with one step. The EllisDon project is one great example of how our students can be leaders in their schools and take important steps forward in creating school communities free of discrimination and full of hope for every student,” said Karen Linden, M.Ed. Edmonton Public Schools. With an abundance of submissions from students across the country, the EllisDon ABEEL team narrowed down five finalists from each city. The winners from each city are Northview Heights Secondary school, from Toronto, Ontario, Ecole secondaire publique Louis Riel from Ottawa, Ontario, Queen Elizabeth High School from Edmonton, Alberta, James Fowler High School, from Calgary, Alberta and City Central Learning Centre from British Columbia. ABEEL Support "I see my young self in these students; I have experienced their struggles. I see my children in these students; I carry the burden of their struggles. But more importantly, I see our future in these students; let’s continue to empower and shape the future of their success,” said Siju Ewhubare, People and Culture Manager and ABEEL Community Outreach Core Leader. "When I was in high school I remember wishing I had a mentor in the construction industry to help guide me. Now I have the opportunity to be that Mentor for these students. I am saddened that these students are dealing with the same issues 10 years later but I am hopeful that together we can be the change,” said Denroy Jackson, Senior Project Coordinator and ABEEL Community Outreach Core Leader. To view all winning submissions, click here: https://www.ellisdon.com/news/ellisdons-abeel-announces-winners-for-national-shaping-the-future-sponsorship-program-2/ ABOUT ELLISDON EllisDon, an employee-owned, $5 billion-a-year construction services company that has grown exponentially beyond its modest origins in London, Ontario. With over 5,000 salaried and hourly employees across fifteen national and international offices, EllisDon has become a leader in every sector and nearly every facet of the construction industry. EllisDon has positioned itself as a ‘Cradle To Grave’ Services Provider with guaranteed performance outcomes through its Capital Services, Facilities Management, and Sustainable Buildings Divisions. EllisDon is determined to lead the coming disruption in the construction sector, having recently created pioneering initiatives in Energy Management, Smart Buildings Software and Data Analytics. For more information, please visit www.ellisdon.com. CONTACT: Amanda DiPasquale EllisDon 4169535400 email@example.com
The Pokémon Company unveiled new games on Friday as part of the celebration of the franchise's 25th anniversary.
Feb. 26—Attorney General William Tong announced Thursday that an investigation into the Connecticut Port Authority is already underway and is based on whistleblower complaints made in 2019. In concert with the Auditors of Public Accounts, the legislative agency that audits other state agencies, Tong said attorneys in a whistleblower unit, part of the Antitrust and Government Fraud Section, are ...
Feb. 26—The odometer hit 200 as the University of Hawaii volleyball team continued to roll, this time ousting UC San Diego in three sets on Thursday night. The 25-20, 25-19, 25-23 victory at RIMAC Arena in La Jolla, Calif., was the 200th in the career of Charlie Wade, who is in his 12th season as the Rainbow Warriors' head coach. "It's kind of like winning 199, " Wade mused. "I just hope it's ...
Feb. 26—As somebody who has known the University of Hawaii's lower campus from the days when the "quarry " resembled something out of Fred Flintstone, Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi must have an inkling of the challenges UH faces in trying to slap together an on-campus football facility on the fly. "I spent a lot of years of my life in that 'quarry' as a player (1965-66 ), coaching (1972-76 ) ...