We tried to make a $30 robot take on our tasks at work
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The United Nations special envoy on Myanmar called on the U.N. Security Council to take action against the ruling junta after the killings of protesters who have continued to defy security forces at demonstrations against last month's coup. The Southeast Asian country has been plunged into turmoil since the military overthrew and detained elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Feb. 1, with daily protests and strikes that have choked business and paralysed administration. More than 50 protesters have been killed according to the United Nations - at least 38 on Wednesday alone.
Juan Monteverde, founder and managing partner at Monteverde & Associates PC, a national securities firm rated Top 50 in the 2018 and 2019 ISS Securities Class Action Services Report and headquartered at the Empire State Building in New York City, is investigating Five Prime Therapeutics, Inc. ("FPRX" or "the Company") (FPRX) relating to its proposed acquisition by Amgen, Inc. Under the terms of the agreement, FPRX shareholders will receive $38.00 in cash per share.
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Cherilynn Castleman, managing partner and executive coach at CGI is a sales coach and internationally renowned sales expert Cherilynn Castleman Cherilynn Castleman, managing partner and executive coach at CGI is a sales coach and internationally renowned sales expert Washington, DC, March 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The world of sales is an ever-changing industry at the best of times. Forecasting, analyzing and exploring new trends is a key part of any sales role, but throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, we have seen things change at a never-before-seen pace. One sales expert has taken the events of the last year and compiled it into a new book, sharing how we can turn a disastrous year into lessons and strategies. Cherilynn Castleman, managing partner and executive coach at CGI is a sales coach and internationally renowned sales expert. She also currently serves as the chief learning officer for Sistas In Sales, the first national organization that serves women of color in professional sales careers. Specializing in teaching clients how to develop effective growth strategies and market models to increase productivity and revenue, the Minnesota born professional has more than 20 years of enterprise C-level selling and relationship experience. The purpose of her training is to equip professionals and small business leaders to solve tough sales, while also teaching them about leadership and culture challenges. Castleman initially started out in a career in social work, but quickly realized that she needed sales skills to secure program funding. To refine her skills, she took a job selling life insurance door-to-door and quickly realized she had a real talent. Her success in the sales space snowballed and created numerous opportunities for advancement, eventually progressing to sales manager, vice president and general manager. In her general manager role, she oversaw profit-and-loss responsibilities and closed multi-million dollar deals in Asia, Central and South America, Europe and the United States. She has helped Fortune 500 clients scale to over $240 million in revenue as a global sales executive, and worked with clients including Johnson & Johnson, Salesforce, Pinterest, T-Mobile and LinkedIn. Now living in Washington, D.C, Castleman can be found cycling, kayaking, practicing yoga, and spending time with her two adult daughters and their families in her spare time. One of her most recent bonding activities with her daughter, Jálynn Castleman-Smith, was writing her book “What’s in the C.A.R.D.S.?: 5 Post-Pandemic Sales Strategies”. We may be turning a corner in regards to the pandemic, but as the economy continues to recover from a global recession, modern consumers have come to expect more out of their salespeople. Castleman’s forthcoming book aims to break down the lessons that have come out of the last year, highlighting that in 2021 and beyond, leading sales with empathy is key. At the core of the book’s lessons are five crucial competencies that salespeople need to leverage lived experiences and “everyday superpowers to create authentic connections, strengthen client relationships and drive exponential revenue growth”. The book has been praised by sales experts and CEOs alike for its innovative, memorable and masterful approach to sales. CEO of Urban Affairs Coalition Sharmain Matlock-Turner praised the book for its “simple yet powerful, hands-on techniques coupled with easy to remember lessons”, also excelling at reminding readers of the importance of “winning the hearts and minds of your clients”. Fortune 100 global speaker Christopher Kai described Castleman as a “true jedi master at sales strategy”, while Enterprise Cloud executive advisor Kuran Williams highlighted that the book is “relevant not just to sales professionals but to anyone who needs the keys to success”. Essentially, “What’s in the C.A.R.D.S.?” is about adaptability, flexibility and versatility, and “taking the sour lemons of 2020 and turning them into the best lemonade 2021 has to offer”. No matter what background readers are from, what challenges they may have faced or any obstacles, Castleman’s book intends to be a one-stop-shop for anyone who has lived experiences that they can channel into success. Contrary to popular belief, she argues that episodes of adversity and loss are not liabilities or permanent setbacks, but rather powerful assets to be utilized for unrivalled sales success. “What’s in the C.A.R.D.S.?: 5 Post-Pandemic Sales Strategies”, is due to be published February 18 2021. Cherilynn Castleman email@example.com This news has been published for the above source. Cherilynn Castleman [ID=17204] Disclaimer: The information does not constitute advice or an offer to buy. Any purchase made from this story is made at your own risk. Consult an expert advisor/health professional before any such purchase. Any purchase made from this link is subject to the final terms and conditions of the website's selling. The content publisher and its distribution partners do not take any responsibility directly or indirectly. If you have any complaints or copyright issues related to this article, kindly contact the company this news is about. Attachment Cherilynn Castleman
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UVC led strip manufacturer SunTechLeds.com has come up with new products related to UVC led applications. UVC Led Strip Manufacturer SunTechLeds.com UVC led strip manufacturer SunTechLeds.com has come up with new products related to UVC led applications. Shenzhen, China, March 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- UVC Led strips are increasingly being adopted for sterilization and disinfection applications due to which UVC led based products are witnessing a sharp rise in demand. SunTechLeds.com is a company that focuses on building a quality range of UVC led products and it has become one of the most recognized names in this sector. When it comes to UVC Led Strip manufacturers and suppliers, SunTechLeds.com has the resources to handle the supply of all UVC LED orders globally. UVC Radiation: UVC is one of the three invisible rays of the sun (others being ultraviolet A and ultraviolet B). Although ultraviolet C (UVC) is the most dangerous type of radiation in terms of its potential to endanger life on the earth, it cannot penetrate the earth’s protective ozone layer. Therefore, it does not pose a threat to human, animal, and plant life on the earth. So, the only way humans can be exposed to UVC radiation is from artificial sources, such as lamps or lasers. Disinfection: Currently, it is generally acknowledged that many infectious microorganisms spread through the air. When you cough, heavy water droplets are scattered a few meters away. However, there are some small droplets that are invisible to the naked eyes. The size of these small droplets is very low, which is between 60 nanometers (nm) and 140 nanometers (nm). These tiny droplets can be suspended in the air for several hours. More importantly, they will remain in the air indefinitely if they are not influenced by airflow or ventilation. Unfortunately, the simple masks we usually wear don't block all sizes of particles and microorganisms. The purpose of wearing a simple mask is to prevent the spread of large droplets of infection from the infected person. However, it does not prevent uninfected people from inhaling very small particles in the air. A direct way to limit the spread of pathogens in the air is to inactivate them within a short period of time after they are produced. In this case, ultraviolet (UV) rays, which is usually sterilizing at UVC (254 nm), is effective, but it is harmful to the skin and eyes. In contrast, far-ultraviolet light (222 nm), such as 222nm far uvc excimer tube and 222nm far uvc excimer lamp, can effectively kill pathogens without harming human skin and eyes. In a study, UVC LED strip technology was used to prove the effectiveness of killing pathogens in less than 30 seconds of ultraviolet radiation. UVC LED technology has also been proven to successfully kill 99.9% of other harmful bacteria, such as Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiella pneumonia, and Salmonella typhimurium, etc. Various Application of UV LED Light Strips UVC Led lights have emerged as a multipurpose tool for dealing with various kinds of infection. These features differentiate it from traditional lightning which has been used primarily for lighting and decorative purpose only. Let us see some of the top applications of UVC LED Lights 1) As a Disinfectant. Ultraviolet light has great potential when it comes to sterilizing air and water. This is one of the major reasons why wet clothes dried under the Sun do not leave a foul smell which typically occurs in cases when they are not exposed to sunlight. By hanging clothes in Sunlight, the natural UV light of the Sun kills the harmful bacteria of the clothes. The same holds true for water too. UV rays can disinfect water easily thereby making it a great choice for applications in water purifiers. One can see a range of products for water disinfection at UVC LED strip for water disinfection 2) In Indoor Gardening UV lights are an important component in photosynthesis and are therefore useful for plants. Due to this reason, UV LED light strips are much better than fluorescent lights as they can promote better yield in your indoor garden. Due to the wide spectrum of light available in a UV LED strip light, polyphenol production in plants is increased. 3) In Skin Conditions Nowadays beauty clinics have started using UV LED strips for treating various types of skin conditions which is technically known as light phototherapy. This therapy is used to improve skin conditions in cases of psoriasis and some signs of skin cancer. 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"This is the reality of black girls: One day you’re called an icon, the next day, a threat," the 22-year-old poet wrote on social media.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox said on Friday he expected Congress to pass its new law to legalize cannabis next week, a move that would effectively create one of the world's largest weed markets. The bill, backed by the administration of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, would mark a major shift in a country bedeviled for years by violence between feuding drug cartels. Fox, a director at Colombian-Canadian Khiron Life Sciences which focuses on cannabis for medical use, has been a long-standing advocate for the decriminalization of marijuana in Mexico.
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(Washington Capitals) with a Goalie Save from Boston Bruins vs. Washington Capitals, 03/05/2021
Theme parks and stadiums can accept visitors next month under plans to relax Covid restrictions.
A technical committee of experts in Mexico gave a unanimous favorable opinion Friday on approving the Covaxin vaccine made by the Indian pharmaceutical company Bharat Biotech. The report by the committee for new molecules will be sent to the federal medical safety commission's approval board, which usually follows such recommendations. The interim results from the vaccine manufacturer’s late stage trials shows its COVID-19 vaccine to be about 81% effective in preventing illness from the coronavirus.
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(Boston Bruins) with a Goal from Boston Bruins vs. Washington Capitals, 03/05/2021
Brad Marchand had two goals and an assist, and the Boston Bruins responded to a head shot from Capitals forward Tom Wilson with a three-goal second period to beat Washington 5-1 on Friday night. Two days after Alex Ovechkin slashed Trent Frederic in the groin, the game again took an ugly turn when Wilson smashed Brandon Carlo’s head into the glass with 90 seconds left in the first period. Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said Carlo left the arena in an ambulance and went to a hospital but could not confirm that it was a concussion.
Mission Advancement Corp. (the "Company" or "MAC") today announced that it closed its upsized initial public offering ("IPO") of 34,500,000 units at $10.00 per unit, including 4,500,000 units issued pursuant to an exercise by the underwriters of their over-allotment option, resulting in gross proceeds of $345,000,000.