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Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) assigns preliminary ratings to three classes of notes for FortiFi 2021-1, Series 2021-1 ("FortiFi 2021-1"). The notes are newly issued asset-backed securities backed by a portfolio of Property Assessed Clean Energy ("PACE") Bonds.
Winfrey's tell-all interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was a masterclass in the art form.
Aurora Acquisition Corp., a special purpose acquisition company, announced today the closing of its IPO of 22,000,000 units at $10.00 per unit.
Chelsea extended their turnaround under new coach Thomas Tuchel with a 2-0 home win over Everton on Monday as Kai Havertz played a key role in both goals on his return to the starting 11. The German play-maker had struggled to show Chelsea fans why the club paid a reported 71 million pounds ($98 million) for him last year. In the 64th minute, Havertz raced on to a long ball and was brought down by Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
"I’m just trying to decide if I’m comfortable even talking about that," the Duchess of Sussex told Oprah.
The hosts won 2-0 at Stamford Bridge.
The Indiana Hoosiers have been checking boxes all season. This week, No. 9 Indiana begins a new quest — dethroning No. 7 Maryland as tourney champs in Indianapolis. This is uncharted territory for the scrappy Hoosiers (18-4, 16-2 Big Ten).
Brazil: Lula has convictions quashed, setting up election clash with Bolsonaro
Saudi Arabia fared far better on Sunday, when it escaped missile and drone attacks on its oil heartland with no serious damage, than 18 months ago when strikes forced it to temporarily shut its industry down. A Sept. 2019 strike hit two key plants with cruise missile and drones. Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi movement, which is battling a Saudi-led coalition, claimed responsibility for Sunday's strike at an oil storage yard at Ras Tanura, site of a refinery and the world's biggest offshore oil loading facility, and a residential compound in Dhahran used by oil giant Saudi Aramco.
The European Union wants to produce a fifth of the global output of cutting-edge semiconductors at the end of this decade and make its first quantum computer in five years, as part of efforts to cut its dependence on non-European technologies. The EU plan called 2030 Digital Compass comes as the COVID-19 pandemic exposes the 27-country bloc's reliance on key technologies owned by Chinese and U.S. companies. The plan cited the importance of semiconductors, used in connected cars, smartphones, internet-linked devices, high performance computers and artificial intelligence, and where a global shortage is shutting down car factories around the world.
Jorginho’s penalty and a Ben Godfrey own goal secured Chelsea’s 2-0 Premier League win over Everton that could prove pivotal to the Champions League qualification race. Kai Havertz starred in a false nine role at Stamford Bridge, with the Germany playmaker twice denied a goal before winning Chelsea’s penalty.
Christopher Heywood obituary Christopher Heywood was an English and African literature specialist who lectured in Sheffield, Nigeria and Japan Photograph: from family/UNKNOWN
Fresh off her stint playing Diana, Princess of Wales, in Netflix’s period drama “The Crown,” Emma Corrin is gearing up to portray another high-society woman. The actor in talks to star in “Lady Chatterley’s Lover,” a romance drama about the scandalous affair between star-crossed lovers. Based on D.H. Lawrence’s novel, the story follows the wealthy […]
"I was literally just like, 'get out,'" the Game of Thrones star said during a recent interview with ELLE UK
On International Women’s Day Naomi Ackerman meets tech and female business pioneer Dame Stephanie Shirley to talk gender equality in 2021 - and why a hybrid working future has the potential to open up opportunities in the corporate world for people with autism
Morning mail: Meghan and Harry tell all, jobseeker pleas, Brazilian butt liftTuesday: Duke and Duchess of Sussex say racism pushed them out of UK. Plus: Julie Bishop criticises handling of rape allegations The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made several revelations during their Oprah interview. Photograph: Joe Pugliese/Harpo Productions/PA
Deputy Chief Constable Malcolm Graham described the Sunday scenes as ‘disgraceful’ as police made 28 arrests and issued several fixed penalty notices.
Resource Label Group, LLC a leading packaging and label manufacturer, acquires Massachusetts based New England Label.