The former first round pick played just four snaps all year, and tweeted he was "done with" Tennessee last month.
The HSBC Women's World Championship golf tournament will return to Singapore's Sentosa Golf Club from 29 April to 2 May.
WME has signed documentary filmmaker Kareem Tabsch, best known for co-directing the Netflix documentary, Mucho Mucho Amor, about the life of Walter Mercado. The docu, which premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, tells the story of the beloved cultural icon and astrologer who delivered daily horoscopes on television to avid fans in his native […]
An employee of Virginia's government watchdog agency filed a lawsuit Monday seeking whistleblower status and alleging she faced retaliation after coming forward with details of perceived wrongdoing arising from an investigation of the state parole board. Jennifer Moschetti, an investigator with the Office of the State Inspector General who was tasked with looking into complaints about the board, says in her lawsuit that she was put on “pre-disciplinary leave” Friday. The lawsuit alleges the move came days after she sought to come forward to state lawmakers as a whistleblower by providing documents related to her work on the investigation.
Deadline has made a pair of staff moves as it continues its editorial expansion. London-based reporter Diana Lodderhose is returning to the site’s fold as International Features Editor, while Alexandra Del Rosario, currently Associate Editor, Nights & Weekends, has shifted to TV Reporter. “We are thrilled to have Diana back at Deadline and excited about […]
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 Suh v. XL Fleet Corp., et al., (Case No. 1:21-cv-02002) on behalf of persons and entities that purchased or otherwise acquired XL Fleet Corp. ("XL Fleet" or the "Company") (NYSE: XL) securities between October 2, 2020 and March 2, 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").
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Toyota may have pioneered the just-in-time manufacturing strategy but when it comes to chips, its decision to stockpile what have become key components in cars goes back a decade to the Fukushima disaster. After the catastrophe severed Toyota's supply chains on March 11, 2011, the world's biggest automaker realised the lead-time for semiconductors was way too long to cope with devastating shocks such as natural disasters. That's why Toyota came up with a business continuity plan (BCP) that required suppliers to stockpile anywhere from two to six months' worth of chips for the Japanese carmaker, depending on the time it takes from order to delivery, four sources said.
Leading airline and business groups are asking the Biden administration to develop temporary credentials that would let travelers show they have been tested and vaccinated for COVID-19, a step that the airline industry believes will help revive travel. Various groups and countries are working on developing so-called vaccine passports aimed at allowing more travel. “It is crucial to establish uniform guidance" and “the U.S. must be a leader in this development,” more than two dozen groups said in a letter Monday to White House coronavirus-response coordinator Jeff Zients.
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A clip of Meghan Markle talking to one of her fans during a March 2016 taping of the BUILD Series is going viral.
Rheal Cormier, the durable left-hander who spent 16 seasons in the majors and remarkably pitched in the Olympics before and after his time in the big leagues, died Monday. The Philadelphia Phillies said Cormier died of cancer at his home in New Brunswick, Canada. Cormier owned a neat nook in Phillies history: He was the winning pitcher in the final game that Philadelphia won at Veterans Stadium in 2003, and also was the winner in the first game the Phils won after moving into Citizens Bank Park in 2004.
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NHS Nightingale hospitals to close from next monthThe seven temporary sites were built during first wave of Covid-19 but treated few patients Soldiers helped to build the Nightingale hospital at London’s ExCeL London centre which only treated 54 patients. Photograph: Getty Images
The United States on Monday denounced what it called a Russian disinformation campaign against US-made Covid-19 vaccines, saying Moscow was putting lives at risk.
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(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks had a muted open and U.S. futures rose Tuesday after a rotation out of growth stocks drove the Nasdaq 100 Index into a technical correction. Treasury yields and the dollar steadied.Equities rose modestly in Japan and Australia and ticked lower in South Korea. S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures advanced. Earlier, the U.S. tech benchmark tumbled almost 3% Tuesday to its lowest close since November, and is now down 11% from an all-time high in February. The S&P 500 Index shed intraday gains as the retreat in high-valuation stocks offset a rise in financial and materials shares. The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit an all-time high.The U.S. benchmark bond yield traded just below 1.6%, with investors watching upcoming auctions for renewed upward pressure. Australian yields climbed. Oil edged lower after Brent crude pulled back below $70 a barrel. Gold steadied from its slide and Bitcoin traded above $52,000.The risks associated with rising bond yields persist, with the U.S. benchmark trading around a 12-month high amid fears that government aid programs could push the economy into overdrive and stoke inflation. Investors are also questioning whether equity valuations have become excessive, especially in speculative tech shares, and are favoring cheaper cyclical stocks.“There’s definitely a lot of volatility in the market right now and many of the sectors that underperformed last year are rallying -- this is part of a rotation,” said Valerie Grant, senior equities portfolio manager at AllianceBernstein.Here are some key events to watch:Japan GDP is due Tuesday.EIA crude oil inventory report is due WednesdayThe U.S. February consumer price index will offer the latest look at price pressures Wednesday.The U.S. government auctions 3-, 10- and 30-year Treasuries this week.The European Central Bank holds its monetary policy meeting and President Christine Lagarde is set to do a briefing Thursday.StocksS&P 500 futures rose 0.5% as of 9:20 a.m. in Tokyo. The S&P 500 Index fell 0.5%.Topix index rose 0.4%.Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index rose 0.7%.Kospi index fell 0.7%.CurrenciesThe yen traded at 108.93 per dollar.The offshore yuan was at 6.5514 per dollar.The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index was flat after rising 0.6%.The euro traded at $1.1849.BondsThe yield on 10-year Treasuries held at 1.59%.Australia’s 10-year bond yield rose 4 basis points to 1.81%.CommoditiesWest Texas Intermediate crude declined 0.5% to $64.75 a barrel.Gold was at $1,684.47 an ounce.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.
A love letter to Sydney – the dazzling, uncaring lover I cheat on but always return toI was shaped by a literary canon set in New York, London, Paris – cities that felt more formative than my own. But then I started writing Kavita Bedford’s book Friends & Dark Shapes is set among the share houses, ocean pools and jacaranda-flooded streets that formed her. Photograph: Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images
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