Top plays from New Orleans Pelicans vs. Chicago Bulls, 03/03/2021
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Some places in China are faced with tight supply of COVID-19 vaccines that has made some residents unable to get their second shots in time, but the crunch would be eased by June as the country steps up production, a health official told state media. The report comes as the pace of China's massive inoculation campaign has slowed in recent days. China administered around 3.3 million doses a day on average in the past seven days till Monday, down from 4.2 mln million doses per day on average in the week ended April 12, Reuters calculations showed.
India has been overwhelmed by hundreds of thousands of new coronavirus cases daily, bringing pain, fear and agony to many lives as lockdowns have been placed in Delhi and other cities. India’s Health Ministry reported 295,041 new cases on Wednesday with 2,023 deaths, taking total fatalities to 182,553. India has since the start of the pandemic recorded 15.6 million cases, the second highest behind the United States.
The Board of Directors of Castellum AB (publ) has, based on the authorisation from the Annual General Meeting held on 25 March 2021, resolved on repurchases of own shares.
Bain Capital is looking at formulating a bid to acquire Toshiba Corp, two people familiar with the matter said. The Japanese conglomerate on Tuesday dismissed a $20 billion buyout offer from CVC Capital Partners as lacking substance but said it would consider any credible offers. CVC had initially approached Bain about a joint bid before its offer was made public but Bain was not interested, one of the people said.
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Statement Paris, France, April 21 2021 - On April 20, 2021, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York granted in part the post-trial motion filed by Syntel, now part of Atos, in connection with Syntel’s ongoing litigation with Cognizant and its subsidiary TriZetto. The Court reduced the jury’s $855 million damages award to $570 million and denied Cognizant and TriZetto’s request for an additional $75 million in pre-judgment interest. In October 2020, a jury found Syntel liable for trade secret misappropriation and copyright infringement and awarded Cognizant and TriZetto approximately $855 million in damages. Throughout the trial and in its post-trial motion, Syntel maintained that Cognizant and TriZetto had failed to meet their burden to show trade secret misappropriation and that their damages theories were improper as a matter of law. In its decision, the Court held that sufficient evidence existed to support the jury’s verdict of trade secret misappropriation and that the jury’s award of $285 million in compensatory damages was not contrary to law. However, the Court found that the jury’s $570 million punitive damages award was excessive and should be reduced to $285 million. If TriZetto does not agree to this reduction, the Court will grant Syntel a new trial on punitive damages. The Court also held that it will enter an injunction prohibiting future use by Syntel of the specific trade secrets at issue in the trial. While Atos supports the Court’s decision to significantly reduce the punitive damages at issue and prevent a further windfall to Cognizant and TriZetto in the form of pre-judgment interest, Atos plans to appeal the portion of the jury’s verdict affirmed by the Court. Among other concerns, Atos continues to consider the amount of damages grossly out of proportion to the acts complained of, and that the maximum amount of damages legally available to TriZetto in this case is approximately $8.5 million. Contacts Investor Relations:Gilles Arditti - +33 1 73 26 00 66 - firstname.lastname@example.org Press:Anette Rey - +33 6 69 79 84 88 - email@example.com About Atos Atos is a global leader in digital transformation with 105,000 employees and annual revenue of over € 11 billion. European number one in cybersecurity, cloud and high performance computing, the Group provides tailored end-to-end solutions for all industries in 71 countries. A pioneer in decarbonization services and products, Atos is committed to a secure and decarbonized digital for its clients. Atos operates under the brands Atos and Atos|Syntel. Atos is a SE (Societas Europaea), listed on the CAC40 Paris stock index. The purpose of Atos is to help design the future of the information space. Its expertise and services support the development of knowledge, education and research in a multicultural approach and contribute to the development of scientific and technological excellence. Across the world, the Group enables its customers and employees, and members of societies at large to live, work and develop sustainably, in a safe and secure information space. www.atos.net Attachment Atos - Statement
Netflix said the pandemic disrupted its production pipeline and has forecast fewer new subscribers.
Royal Dutch Shell said on Wednesday it was conducting a feasibility study with partners to trial the use of hydrogen fuel cells for ships in Singapore, the first such move for the oil major. If successful, the trial will pave the way for cleaner, hydrogen-powered shipping, the company said, adding that its analysis points to hydrogen with fuel cells as the zero-emissions technology having the greatest potential to help the shipping sector achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. The trial will involve the development and installation of an auxiliary power unit fuel cell on an existing roll-on/roll-off vessel that transports goods, vehicles and equipment on lorries between Singapore and Shell's Pulau Bukom manufacturing site located on an island near the mainland.
"Today is a day for us to have a little bit of revelry, because justice and accountability won the day," Rev. George Oliver, lead pastor at Grace Baptist Church said. "But it's also a day for us to have a little bit of reverence for those lives that we have lost."
A cooling of the U.S. stock market's taste for plant-based meat makers has raised doubts among some investors and analysts about Impossible Foods' plans to achieve a $10 billion flotation. Impossible is seeking to go public through an initial public offering or via a merger with a blank-check company within the next 12 months, sources told Reuters this month. "It's pretty shocking when you see some of these valuations come out," said Patrick Morris, whose Eat Beyond vehicle has invested in three Canada-listed plant-based ventures.
Last April, at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen added Europe to a global effort to ensure equitable access to a vaccine, which she said would be deployed "to every single corner of the world." But despite pledging billions of dollars for the scheme set up by the World Health Organization (WHO) and publicly endorsing it, European Union officials and member states repeatedly made choices that undermined the campaign, internal documents seen by Reuters and interviews with EU officials and diplomats show. A year after its launch, Europe and the rest of the world have yet to donate a single dose through the vaccine scheme, which is part of an unprecedented effort to distribute vaccines, tests and drugs to fight the pandemic.
Around 800,000 may have ‘slipped through the net’ in hastily-developed support plan
Technology leader in demanding ventilation, Halton Group, will begin providing their demand-controlled ventilation system, the Halton M.A.R.V.E.L, to commercial kitchens as a service which makes its benefits more conveniently available to more food service operators, such as restaurants, by minimizing the capital cost of the system.
(Bloomberg) -- Oil fell amid concern a resurgent virus will hurt demand in some economies, and after data showed a slight build in U.S. inventories.West Texas Intermediate retreated 0.4% following a decline of more than 1% on Tuesday. The renewed spread of Covid-19 in countries such as India is casting a pall over the global economic rebound, even as signs of an improvement in energy demand elsewhere continue to pile up. Crude’s drop on Wednesday came amid a continued sell-off in global equities as investors shunned risk.Oil’s value has risen more than a quarter this year as vaccines are rolled out, paving the way for a relaxation of lockdowns, greater economic activity, and increased mobility. Against that backdrop, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies plan to start easing deep supply cuts from May. But the dramatic flare-up in cases in India has started to undermine the narrative that there’ll be an uninterrupted rebound in global consumption.“This recovery is not going to be even, and we’ll get these headwinds emerging from time to time,” said Daniel Hynes, senior commodities strategist at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. “But overall, we are still seeing a strong recovery in demand across the major regions.”The American Petroleum Institute reported crude stockpiles rose 436,000 barrels last week, while gasoline supplies fell more than 1.6 million barrels, according to people familiar with the data. If confirmed by government figures Wednesday, that would be the first rise in oil inventories in four weeks.In India, soaring new cases have forced the financial and political capitals to impose curbs on movement, with New Delhi mandating a six-day lockdown that started on Tuesday. With the situation in South Asia deteriorating, the World Health Organization warned cases are rising in all regions, except Europe.In Japan, Tokyo and Osaka -- the two biggest and economically important cities -- will ask the government to declare a state of emergency to contain a surge in cases just three months before the start of the delayed Olympics.See also: Oil Rout Could Lurk in May, Bloomberg Intelligence WarnsStill, there are optimistic forecasts. Vitol Group, the biggest independent oil trader, expects demand to come roaring back as the world emerges from the pandemic, and predicts a rally to $70 to $75 a barrel in the third quarter.There are also positive signs in China. Among data points, congestion during morning rush hours in cities including Beijing was higher than average 2019 levels in the week to April 12, according to TomTom International BV.Brent’s prompt timespread remains backwardated at 67 cents a barrel, up from 40 cents at the start of the month. That’s a bullish pattern, with near-term prices trading above those further out.“Places like in India are going to see demand suffer as infections rise and restrictions increase,” said Hynes. “But I don’t expect that to halt the overall upward trend.”For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
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Maha Energy AB (publ) (“Maha” or the “Company”) confirms that the condition for the conditional early redemption of its SEK 500,000,000 senior secured fixed rate bonds with ISIN SE0009889751 (the “Bonds”) has been satisfied, and that the Bonds will be redeemed on May 5, 2021. On April 9, 2021, the Company notified the holders of the Bonds that the Company intended to redeem the outstanding Bonds subject to the Company satisfying the conditions precedent for disbursement of the funds under the new credit agreement with Banco BTG Pactual S.A. (the "Conditional Early Redemption Notice") on or prior to April 28, 2021 (the "Record Date"). The Company hereby confirm that such conditions are satisfied and, consequently, that the Company will redeem the Bonds on May 5, 2021, in accordance with the Conditional Early Redemption Notice. The Bonds will be redeemed at an amount equal to 100.00 per cent of the nominal amount (i.e. SEK 100,000 per Bond) plus, as at May 5, 2021, accrued but unpaid interest and such amount will be disbursed to each person who is registered on a securities account as a direct registered owner (Sw. ägare) or an authorised nominee (Sw. förvaltare) with respect to the Bonds at 17.00 CET as per the Record Date in the debt register (Sw. skuldbok). This information is such information that Maha Energy AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out below, at 08:15 CET on April 21, 2021. For more information, please contact: Jonas Lindvall (CEO)Tel: +46 8 611 05 11 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Victoria Berg (Investor Relations)Tel: +46 8 611 05 11 Email: email@example.com About MahaMaha Energy AB (publ) is a listed, international upstream oil and gas company whose business activities include exploration, development and production of crude oil and natural gas. The strategy is to target and develop underperforming hydrocarbon assets on global basis. Maha operates four oil fields: Tartaruga and Tie in Brazil, Powder River (LAK Ranch) and Illinois Basin in the United States. The shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm (MAHA-A). The head office is in Stockholm, Sweden with a technical office in Calgary, Canada, as well as operations offices in Grayville, Illinois, USA and Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. For more information, please visit our website www.mahaenergy.ca Attachment 20210421 Maha - Press Release (Conditions Satisfied) - Eng - FINAL
Income for the period January–March 2021 totalled MSEK 1,502 (1,476).