We Are Not Done, Gabby Rivera | MAKERS
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Shareholder resolutions on racial equity, climate change, and political spending dominate the stage. Some boards already have agreed to changes.
When the pandemic took hold of the country it pitted conservative family members against more liberal ones, the risk-averse against the risk-tolerant.
Apr. 16—COYOTE GRADE — Bessie Walker hovered over a young girl named Lyla and helped her work a digging stick into the rocky earth off of Coyote Grade. Together, they maneuvered the tool, called a túuk'es in the Nez Perce language, beneath the base of a kouse plant. "Push down really hard," Walker said. "Now push up." The tool, sort of like a beefed-up dandelion puller, exposed the bulbous ...
Apr. 16—Saying thank you doesn't feel like nearly enough. But thank you to all those staffing COVID-19 vaccination sites. I received my second dose of the Pfizer vaccine Monday at Public Health — Idaho North Central District in Lewiston and was impressed by the kindness and professionalism of all those assisting at the facility, from nurses and other health care workers to the National Guard ...
Apr. 16—In the grey and drizzle of late Thursday afternoon, former Falls Mayor Paul Dyster stood in the study of his father, Dr. Melvin Dyster, and looked around. There was a "Certificate of Appreciation" from President Bill Clinton. "I don't think I've ever noticed that before," Dyster mused. In another corner was an inscribed picture from jazz music legend Ella Fitzgerald. "He must have done ...
Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP ("GPM") announces that it has filed a class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas captioned Celeste v. Intrusion Inc., et al., (Case No. 4:21-cv-307) on behalf of persons and entities that purchased or otherwise acquired Intrusion Inc. ("Intrusion" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: INTZ) securities between January 13, 2021 and April 13, 2021, inclusive (the "Class Period"). Plaintiff pursues claims under Sections 10(b) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the "Exchange Act").
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - April 16, 2021) - The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP:To: All persons or entities who purchased or otherwise acquired securities of Immunovant, Inc. (NASDAQ: IMVT) f/k/a Health Sciences Acquisitions Corporation (NASDAQ: HSAC) between October 2, 2019 and February 1, 2021. You are hereby notified that a securities class action lawsuit has been commenced in the United States District Court for the Eastern ...
New measures to enforce stay-at-home order with hospitals ‘bursting at the seams’ but civil liberties campaigners cry foul Ontario’s premier, Doug Ford, puts his mask on after announcing the new measures at Queen’s Park in Toronto on Friday. Photograph: Canadian Press/Rex/Shutterstock Ontario has announced sweeping new police powers to enforce an extended stay-at-home order, in the latest sign that officials in Canada’s most populous province have lost control of the rapidly spreading coronavirus. With a record number of new cases, there is growing worry among experts that the already-strained healthcare system is being further pushed to the brink. “We’re losing the battle between the variants and vaccines,’’ Ontario’s premier, Doug Ford, said on Friday as he announced the new measures. “We’re on our heels. If we dig in, remain steadfast, we can turn this around.” Police in Ontario will now have the power to stop drivers or pedestrians and ask for their address and reason for being out. Residents could face fines of up to $C750 (US$600) for refusing to comply. Checkpoints will be established on provincial borders with Manitoba and Quebec to stop non-essential travel – but not on the frontier with the US. The measures prompted an immediate and furious backlash. “Blanket powers for police to stop vehicles like this bends our constitutional freedoms too far, and will cause a rash of racial profiling,” Michael Bryant of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association said in a statement. Ford also announced restrictions on playgrounds, camping and outdoor sports. And although most of the current cases involve frontline and essential workers, the premier made no mention of sick pay – a policy health experts say would help slow the spread of the virus. The restrictions came as new modeling forecast more than 15,000 new cases a day in Ontario by June if current growth continues – even with vaccinations. If measures are weakened prematurely, the province could see more than 30,000 a day. Ontario announced a record 4,812 new cases on Friday. The new modeling also projects that as many as 1,800 residents could be in the intensive care unit by the end of May. “[Our hospitals] are bursting at the seams, we are setting up field hospitals,” Adalsteinn Brown, co-chair of the province’s science table, told reporters. “Our children’s hospitals are admitting adults. This has never happened in Ontario before. It’s never happened in Canada before.” Ontario estimates it will need more than 4,000 additional nurses in the coming months and has asked all provinces and territories for 620 nurses – especially those with intensive care experience – as soon as possible. Brown said that while growth over the next two weeks is effectively “baked in”, strong measures, including extending the stay-at-home order, and a ramp-up of vaccinations could help limit how much worse the third wave becomes.
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"Police officers are supposed to serve the people and they have been killing our youngest," said a community activist. "We must completely revaluate what does policing look like?"
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - April 16, 2021) - The securities litigation law firm of The Gross Law Firm issues the following notice on behalf of shareholders of Ebang International Holdings Inc..Shareholders who purchased shares of EBON during the class period listed are encouraged to contact the firm regarding possible Lead Plaintiff appointment. Appointment as Lead Plaintiff is not required to partake in any recovery.CONTACT US HERE:https://securitiesclasslaw.com/securities/ebang-international-holdings-inc-loss-submission-form/?id=14809&from=5CLASS PERIOD : June 26, 2020 to ...
Grown Rogue International Inc. ("Grown Rogue" or the "Company") (CSE:GRIN) (OTC:GRUSF), announces the filing of amended and restated unaudited condensed interim consolidated financial statements ("Refiled Financial Statements") and Management Discussion and Analysis ("Refiled MD&A") for the three months ended January 31, 2021 and 2020.
Malls are becoming ghosts of retail past. But the left-behind real estate is being reimagined for a post-pandemic world. Why it matters: As many as 17% of malls in the U.S. "may no longer be viable as shopping centers and need to be redeveloped into other uses," per Barclays.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.What's going on...Amazon — a major contributor to the mall demise — is using old mall space for fulfillment centers, NBC News reported last week.Part of a downtown shopping mall in Vermont is now home to a high school, the AP reported.Fortnite creator Epic Games' global headquarters will be a North Carolina mall that was "close to total death," a local mayor told WRAL. By the numbers: Regional mall vacancy rates hit a record 11.4% last quarter, per a Moody's report last week.Vacancies have been rising for years. But that was the biggest-ever jump from a prior quarter (90 basis points).Driving the news: Mall owner Simon Property Group releases earnings later this month after a hell year grappling with store closures and unpaid rent. All eyes are on now on occupancy.Things are looking up as vaccinated and flush consumers return to stores, a fact that led an analyst to upgrade the stock today. But the long-term trend of more online shopping isn't working in their favor.Where it stands: To survive, malls are bringing in tenants that aren’t traditional clothing stores, like gyms, bowling alleys or grocery stores.The sprawling American Dream mall — complete with a water park and indoor skiing — is an extreme example. (Even there, things aren’t going so well.)The bottom line: "There's tremendous turnover in mall real estate right now. We've known for years we just have too much out there," says Michael Brown, a partner at consultant firm Kearney.Like this article? Get more from Axios and subscribe to Axios Markets for free.
The latest rally in Dogecoin came two days after billionaire Elon Musk tweeted, "Doge Barking at the Moon", accompanied by an image of Spanish artist Joan Miró's painting, "Dog Barking at the Moon." The Tesla chief executive has previously tweeted about Dogecoin, which is based on a popular internet meme. On Feb. 4, Dogecoin surged over 60% after Musk tweeted about it.
Yahoo Finance's Jessica Smith breaks down what to expect from President Biden's meeting with Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.
The France midfielder was signed as the world’s most expensive player by Mourinho in 2016, but their relationship eventually soured.
When Alfred Molina was first invited to reprise his role as the villainous Otto Octavius in “Spider-Man: No Way Home” — the forthcoming third installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Spider-Man films, led by Tom Holland — he said he was told to keep it quiet. “When we were shooting it, we were all under […]
Donovan Mitchell scored 22 points before leaving the game with a sprained ankle in the third quarter, and the NBA-leading Utah Jazz beat the Indiana Pacers 119-111 on Friday. Bojan Bogdanovic had 24 points and Rudy Gobert added 13 points, 23 rebounds and four blocks for the Jazz. Jordan Clarkson chipped in 18 points off the bench while Mike Conley had 10 points and 10 assists.