Lin-Manuel Miranda has exciting projects on the horizon
Lin-Manuel Miranda has exciting projects on the horizon
The CDC released a new set of COVID-19 guidelines for vaccinated and unvaccinated people, and one of the biggest changes has to do with group gatherings. According to the CDC, fully vaccinated people are defined as people who have been vaccinated with both doses of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, for two weeks.
Yes, Alan Kim soft-sobbing through his acceptance speech for best young actor was the cutest moment to come from the Critics' Choice Awards by far, and Emma Corrin accepting hers without makeup was the big boss energy we want to bring into the week, but there was another thing not to be missed during Sunday night's show: all the bob haircuts. They were everywhere you looked. Whether it was a new style - like in the case of Uzo Aduba's blunt cut - or just a slight tweak on an old favorite (we see you, Kristen Bell), there were just as many bobs as there were connection lags . . . except these, we're sure, were a lot more welcome for viewers at home. Some stars wore them stick-straight, while others added bangs or some waves. Even Jurnee Smollett offered up a cool new way to style the bob (and spoiler alert: it's pretty slick). Check out the trophy-worthy styles for yourself ahead. Related: A Bob Cut, but Make It Blunt - 100+ Pictures That Prove This Is the Sharpest Hairstyle Yet
It’s the only thing that helped my foster kitten open up.
Robert Burck, best known as the Times Square performer "Naked Cowboy," was arrested in Florida while attending Daytona Beach’s annual Bike Week.
WHY: Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds purchasers of the securities of 9F Inc. (NASDAQ: JFU): (i) pursuant and/or traceable to the registration statement and related prospectus issued in connection with 9F's August 14, 2019 initial public offering (the "IPO" or "Offering"); and/or (ii) between August 14, 2019 and September 29, 2020, both dates inclusive (the "Class Period"), of the important March 22, 2021 lead plaintiff deadline in the securities class action first filed by the firm.
On the latest episode of The Bill Simmons Podcast, The Ringer's Ryen Russillo said Lowry has been telling people that a trade from the Raptors is imminent.
Women in Film Los Angeles has a half-dozen new board members. New to the board are Niija Kuykendall, EVP Production at Warner Bros Pictures; Michelle Lee, Director of Domestic Programming at AppleTV+; film producer Monica Levinson (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm; Doc McStuffins creator and EP Chris Nee; Shivani Rawat, Founder and CEO of ShivHans Pictures (The Trial […]
China's first and only Ultimate Fighting Championship title-holder Zhang Weili will defend her strawweight crown against American-born Rose Namajunas on April 24, the UFC said on Tuesday.
Shares of Snowflake (NYSE: SNOW) fell 10.7% on Monday, extending the decline in the data-warehousing company's stock price since its fourth-quarter earnings report on Wednesday. Snowflake's stock price sank on Monday. The company is spending heavily to seize a growth opportunity it pegs at $14 billion for its core data warehousing service -- and more than $80 billion when factoring in the entire cloud data market.
Niko Mikkola (St. Louis Blues) with a Goal vs. San Jose Sharks, 03/08/2021
Why: Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds purchasers of the securities of CleanSpark, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLSK) between December 31, 2020 and January 14, 2021, inclusive (the "Class Period"), of the important March 22, 2021 lead plaintiff deadline.
Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP ("GPM"), announces that it has filed a class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York captioned Beverly v. Plug Power Inc., et al., (Case No. 1:21-cv-02004) on behalf of persons and entities that purchased or otherwise acquired Plug Power Inc. ("Plug" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: PLUG) securities between November 9, 2020 and March 1, 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").
Derick Brassard (Arizona Coyotes) with a Goal vs. Colorado Avalanche, 03/08/2021
MONTREAL, March 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NioBay Metals Inc. (“NioBay” or the “Company”) (TSX-V:NBY, OTCQB:NBYCF) is pleased to welcome you to join us at the 2021 PDAC Virtual Conference from March 8-11, 2021. The NioBay booth is 5122 in the Investors Exchange. We look forward to speaking to you about: The positive Preliminary Economic Assessment of our James Bay Niobium Project. http://niobaymetals.com/wp/en/niobay-files-positive-james-bay-niobium-pea/ The exciting use of niobium. https://niobium.tech/ The potential explosive growth of the niobium market to supply the battery of the future demand. https://www.global.toshiba/ww/products-solutions/battery/scib/next/nto.html Claude Dufresne, President and CEO will be speaking as part of the Ontario Ministry of Energy Northern Development and Mining Booth on Critical Metals on Wednesday March 10, 2021 at 1:00 pm. There are multiple methods to contact us including through the https://pdacvirtual.ca or contact: Claude Dufresne, President and CEO, email@example.comJack Gauthier, VP Geology, firstname.lastname@example.orgDerek Teevan, VP ESGI & Community, email@example.com About NioBay Metals Inc. NioBay Metals Inc. is a mining exploration company holding a 100% interest in the James Bay Niobium Project located 45 km south of Moosonee, in the James Bay Lowlands in Ontario. NioBay also holds a 72.5% interest in the Crevier niobium and tantalum project located in Quebec and a 47% direct participation in mineral titles situated in the Chibougamau region, Quebec, under a joint venture agreement with SOQUEM. Cautionary Statement Certain statements contained in this press release constitute forward-looking information under the provisions of Canadian securities laws including statements about the Company’s plans. Such statements are necessarily based upon a number of beliefs, assumptions, and opinions of management on the date the statements are made and are subject to numerous risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results and future events to differ materially from those anticipated or projected. The Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management's beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors should change, except as required by law. Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: NioBay Metals Inc.Claude Dufresne, P.Eng.President & CEOTel.: 514 866-6500Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Paradox Public RelationsTel: (514) 341-0408 or email@example.com
New Yorkers in their 20s aren't turning to Zillow or other real estate sites to find their next apartment -- they're going on TikTok.
Dow Jones futures were little changed Monday. The Dow hit a record high, while the tech sell-off continued amid rising Treasury yields. Tesla stock dived.
Nearly half of the children — 1,400 — have been held beyond the three-day legal limit.
(Bloomberg) -- Greensill Capital filed for administration in the U.K., capping a stunning collapse for the supply-chain finance company after key backers walked away over concerns about the valuation of its assets.A hearing was held in London on Monday to review the submission, according to court documents. Lex Greensill’s eponymous company had been readying the filing since last week, after Credit Suisse Group AG froze and then later started winding down $10 billion of funds that bought products from Greensill. That decision set off a chain of events that also saw regulators in Germany shut down its local bank.Greensill remains in talks with Apollo-backed Athene Holding Ltd. on the sale of its operating business, though any transaction will likely be at a fraction of the $7 billion valuation that the company had sought in fundraising talks last year when it was considering plans to go public. Athene is offering about $60 million for Greensill’s IT and intellectual property, the court documents showed.Greensill unraveled in a matter of days once the lack of confidence began to sweep across the financial world. At the heart of the trouble are loans made by its supply-chain finance business. Greensill backers from Credit Suisse to Softbank Group Corp. and GAM Holding Corp. signaled doubts about the debt, upending the multi-billion-dollar empire. It also emerged that Softbank’s Vision fund had substantially written down its $1.5 billion holding in Greensill late last year.Grant Thornton has been appointed as joint administrators, and is “in continued discussion with an interested party in relation to the purchase of certain Greensill Capital assets,” the firm said in an emailed statement. Bloomberg reported last week that Greensill was in the process of filing for insolvency.Grant Thornton was also named as administrators to Greensill in Australia and is working closely with the U.K. administrators, it said in a statement on Tuesday. Some of the most high-profile drama took place in Germany, where regulator BaFin shuttered Greensill Bank AG and asked law enforcement officials to investigate accounting irregularities. BaFin spent months probing the bank’s exposure to companies linked to U.K. industrialist Sanjeev Gupta. Greensill said it was always transparent with auditors and regulators about its approach to classifying assets.About 90% of Greensill’s revenues were derived from non-investment grade borrowers, according to filings from the court. The largest of those clients is Gupta, according to the documents. In a letter dated Feb. 7, Gupta’s GFG Alliance told Greensill that if it ceased to provide working capital for the firm, it would collapse into insolvency.Pressure on Greensill ratcheted up as it lost its allies, with Credit Suisse freezing and then deciding to liquidate the family of funds that invest in Greensill-sourced loans, citing “uncertainty” about the valuations of some of the debt. The Swiss bank also last week demanded repayment of a $140 million loan it had made to Greensill. The firm was unable to do this and was therefore cash insolvent, the filings showed.GAM also said it will begin shuttering its $842 million GAM Greensill Supply Chain Finance Fund and return investors’ money as it sought to end its dealings with the firm.Separately, Apollo earlier on Monday agreed to acquire the about 65% it didn’t already own of Athene in a deal that values the firm at about $11 billion.(Updates with administrators in Australia in sixth paragraph)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.
Mar. 8—PIKETON — Experience and talent can get you a long way, especially when it comes to navigating the waters of postseason basketball. In a win-or-go-home scenario, the Wheelersburg Pirates used both — finding a way in the late stages of Friday's Division III district championship to fend off Eastern Brown's furious comeback attempt to win the program's third district title in four ...
Mar. 8—PORTSMOUTH- Uncertainty surrounds summer plans and activities for area families who do not know what to expect in the next stage of the coronavirus pandemic. In what will be its 55th year since opening that same feeling is shared by the city's McKinley Pool who is in need of lifeguards and facility upgrades to ensure a successful reopening and season. 2nd Ward Councilwoman Charlotte ...