Yahoo Sports' Pete Thamel goes over which coaches could be looking for work next season.
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President Francisco Sagasti of Peru on Tuesday night announced a total lockdown of the capital and nine other regions following a significant increase in COVID cases, which he said had pushed hospitals close to collapse. Sagasti said the new measures covering central Peru would remain in effect until at least Feb. 14. On Tuesday, Peru reported 4,444 new cases of the coronavirus, taking its total to 1,107,239, and 40,107 deaths.
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Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador first felt the onset of COVID-19 on Sunday and was tested after returning to the capital on a commercial flight from an event in central Mexico, his spokesman said on Tuesday. Spokesman Jesus Ramirez said that passengers on the flight were being contacted, and that journalists traveling with the president were recommended to isolate. The pandemic is worsening in Mexico.
(Bloomberg) -- India’s government increased security in the capital New Delhi after thousands of protesting farmers broke police barricades and stormed key landmarks in a serious escalation of monthslong demonstrations against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s new agriculture laws.By Wednesday most demonstrators had returned to protest sites on the outskirts of the city following calls from one of the largest farm unions, as protest leaders prepared to meet to decide the next steps in their campaign which they said would continue peacefully.The farmers, who have camped at various border points around New Delhi for two months, had permission to demonstrate after the completion of an annual military parade to mark Republic Day, a major public holiday in India. But many gathered early in the day and broke through barricades on the outskirts of the city, prompting police to deploy tear gas in some areas.The Samyukt Kisan Morcha, an umbrella organization of several dozen farm groups leading the protests, issued a statement late Tuesday calling off the remainder of the tractor parade in Delhi and criticizing the “anti-social elements” that “had infiltrated the otherwise peaceful movement.” The police also blamed the protesters for deviating from the agreed routes and attempting to enter the heart of the capital where parliament and other government buildings are located.The escalation of the farmers’ protest adds to Modi’s challenges amid efforts to reverse a contraction in Asia’s third-largest economy due to the coronavirus pandemic. It also comes days before a parliament session where the government will present its annual budget detailing plans to spur economic activity in the year starting April 1.Although the demonstrations have hurt the government, the scenes on Tuesday of unruly farmers may undermine their cause, according to Asim Ali, a New Delhi-based researcher at the Centre for Policy Research.“This was always the danger, and it seems that it has gone out of hand,” Ali said. “This is possibly what the ruling party would have liked to see.”Television footage showed thousands of protesters clashing with police in central Delhi before reaching the iconic Red Fort, where Indian prime ministers typically address the nation on the country’s independence day in August. Farmer leaders had called on protesters to stay peaceful, warning that any violence could hurt their cause.“We also condemn and regret the undesirable and unacceptable events that have taken place today and dissociate ourselves from those indulging in such acts,” the statement from the Samyukt Kisan Morcha said. “We have always held that peace is our biggest strength, and that any violation would hurt the movement.”India’s federal Home Ministry suspended mobile Internet services in some parts of the city where the protests were most tense. Several metro stations were also shut down, although by Wednesday most stations had reopened.Leaders of the protests had rejected Modi’s offers to temporarily shelve the three laws passed in September that overhauled the way farm goods are sold in the country of more than 1.3 billion people, almost half of whom depend on agriculture for their livelihood. The government has defended the legislation, saying they would eliminate middlemen in state-run wholesale markets, increase earnings for farmers and make India more self-reliant.The farmers have continued to call on the government to repeal the legislation, which they say will hurt their incomes and leave them vulnerable to big corporations. While Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party has a lock on parliament and doesn’t need to call a national vote until 2024, the protests risk hurting his appeal in state elections and could halt momentum for other reforms.The tractor rallies marked the first time the protesting farmers have marched into the capital. They are mostly from the neighboring states of Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. But they have also found support in other Indian cities, including financial centers Mumbai and Bengaluru, where protest marches have also taken place.(Recasts throughout. A previous version of this story corrected the spelling of police officer quoted.)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.
Queensland is ready for an immediate rollout of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine and the state government hopes to vaccinate every person over the age of 16.
South Australia is on track to lift its remaining coronavirus restrictions with Sydney this weekend after NSW recorded 10 days without a locally acquired case.
Personalis, Inc. (Nasdaq: PSNL), a leader in advanced genomics for population sequencing and cancer, today announced the pricing of its previously announced underwritten public offering of 3,950,000 shares of its common stock at a price to the public of $38.00 per share. Gross proceeds to Personalis from the offering are expected to be $150.1 million, before deducting underwriting discounts and commissions and estimated offering expenses.
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Switzerland and France are in a snowball fight over a cross-border car park which serves Swiss ski slopes but has been closed by the French due to the coronavirus pandemic.
South Korean authorities were scrambling on Wednesday to contain coronavirus outbreaks centred around Christian schools as the country reported a jump in infections, dampening hopes of a speedy exit from a third wave of the pandemic. A total of 297 COVID-19 cases had been traced to six churches and mission schools run by a Christian organisation, senior health official Yoon Tae-ho told a briefing. More than 100 cases were confirmed overnight among people linked to a church and its mission school in Gwangju, about 270 kms (168 miles) south of Seoul, officials said.
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NVS earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
Joining me today is our chief financial officer, John Michel. John will briefly discuss our financial results, and then I'd like to give you an update on our results of operations, credit performance, and our outlook going forward.
AXP earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
HA earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
Important factors that could cause actual results to vary materially from these in the forward-looking statements could include the continued effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our business and the hospitality industry; the success of any measures we have taken or may take in the future in response to the COVID-19 pandemic; the timing of the reopening phase of the hospitality industry; and the risks set forth in the company's reports on Form 10-K and 10-Q and other reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Ramesh, please go ahead.
TORONTO, Jan. 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Constellation Software Inc. (TSX:CSU) announced today it will release its fourth quarter results on February 12, 2021. The Company’s quarterly results will be disseminated via press release and made available on the Company’s website (www.csisoftware.com) and SEDAR, after the Toronto Stock Exchange closes on Friday, February 12, 2021. As outlined in Constellation’s press release on February 23, 2018, Constellation has ceased holding conference calls to discuss the Company’s quarterly financial results. In lieu of the quarterly calls the Company has created a link on its website where shareholders can submit questions to management. Periodically the Company will publish responses to selected questions received. The Company believes this Q&A facility will eventually prove to be a more effective tool than the conference calls because it will be searchable and will provide an archive of all previous responses. The Company’s goal in establishing this policy is to allow all investors ongoing access to information disclosed about Constellation’s strategy, operations, and ongoing business plans. Website link: https://www.csisoftware.com/investor-relations/shareholder-q-and-a About Constellation Software Inc.Constellation Software acquires, manages and builds vertical market software businesses. Contact: Jamal BakshChief Financial Officer 416-861-9677
A group of tourists from a blacklisted area of western Sydney face fines of up to $8000 each after visiting Parliament House in Canberra.
Equity investors trod warily on Wednesday as they weighed hopes for a long-term recovery against immediate worries over surging virus infections, mutated strains and slow vaccine rollouts.