FFL Flash Alert - Mike Gesicki is a top-10 TE so far in 2020, but will the Dolphin stay hot vs. SF?
FFL Flash Alert - Mike Gesicki is a top-10 TE so far in 2020, but will the Dolphin stay hot vs. SF?
CoreLogic (NYSE: CLGX), a leading global provider of property information, insight, analytics and data-enabled solutions, today announced that Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. ("ISS"), the leading independent proxy advisory firm, has recommended that CoreLogic shareholders vote against removal of the majority of CoreLogic’s directors sought by Senator and Cannae.
Community Health Systems, Inc. (the "Company") (NYSE: CYH) announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, CHS/Community Health Systems, Inc. (the "Issuer"), has commenced tender offers (the "Tender Offers") to purchase for cash its outstanding (i) 6.875% Senior Notes due 2022 (the "2022 Notes"), (ii) 8.125% Junior-Priority Secured Notes due 2024 (the "Junior-Priority 2024 Notes"), (iii) Junior-Priority Secured Notes due 2023 (the "Junior-Priority 2023 Notes") and (iv) 6.875% Senior Unsecured Notes due 2028 (the "2028 Notes" and, together with the 2022 Notes, Junior-Priority 2024 Notes and Junior-Priority 2023 Notes, the "Notes") up to an aggregate principal amount that will not result in a maximum aggregate purchase price (excluding accrued and unpaid interest) that exceeds $400 million (the "Maximum Aggregate Purchase Price"), subject to the order of priority and proration provisions as set forth in the Offer to Purchase and Consent Solicitation Statement, dated October 30, 2020 (the "Offer to Purchase").
Justice Raquel Montoya-Lewis was recently named Judge of the Year by the Washington State chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), a national organization that works to advance the civil jury trial and elevate the standards of the legal profession.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco (Bank) announced October 30, 2020, that the 11th District Monthly Weighted Average Cost of Funds Index (“COFI”) for September 2020 is 0.523%. The index for August 2020 was 0.529%. As previously announced, the Bank will no longer calculate the COFI after the publication of the December 2021 index on January 31, 2022, because of the significant decline in the number of financial institutions eligible to report the data used to calculate the indices.The COFI is computed from the actual interest expense reported for a given month by the Arizona, California, and Nevada savings institutions members of the Bank that satisfy the Bank’s criteria for inclusion in the COFI (“COFI Reporting Members”). For September 2020, 9 eligible institutions reported COFI data. Changes in interest rates on adjustable rate mortgage loans offered by many financial institutions are tied to changes in the COFI.Although the Bank makes a good faith effort to be accurate in the calculation and publication of the COFI, the Bank does not warrant, confirm, or guarantee the accuracy of the data it receives from its COFI Reporting Members, the accuracy of the COFI calculation, or the accuracy of the COFI as published. The Bank does not examine the books and records of its COFI Reporting Members for the purpose of confirming the accuracy of the data they deliver to the Bank used to calculate the COFI, and the Bank expressly disclaims all liability that may arise from any use of the COFI or the use of inaccurate data received from its COFI Reporting Members in calculating the COFI. In addition, the Bank expressly disclaims any liability to any person for any inaccuracy in the COFI, regardless of the cause, or for any resulting damages.The Bank accepts data for the COFI for a given month from the COFI Reporting Members until 12 noon California time on the last business day of the following month and publishes the COFI for that given month based on data received by that time. The Bank will not revise or republish the COFI for a given month based on new or corrected data received after that time and expressly disclaims all liability that may arise as a result. In addition, although the Bank makes a good faith effort to publish the COFI on the last business day of the following month at or after 3 p.m. California time, the Bank does not guarantee that it will always publish the COFI at that date and time, and the Bank expressly disclaims any liability for any delay in publishing the COFI.Certain corporate activity, such as charter changes or mergers, may cause the Bank to determine that a financial institution no longer qualifies as a COFI Reporting Member and will no longer be included in the COFI. Similarly, if a COFI Reporting Member’s Bank membership is terminated, it will no longer be included in the COFI. The impact of such removals on the COFI will depend entirely on the amount of interest expense and total funds of the entity being removed, and may be significant.For additional information and disclosures about the calculation of the COFI, removal of a COFI Reporting Member, and other matters concerning the COFI, visit the Bank’s website at www.fhlbsf.com.CONTACT: Melat Tadesse, 415-616-2718 (office), 602-295-4511 (mobile), email@example.com
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(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Friday that it would lift a ban on cruises in U.S. waters, even as government scientists warned that ships remain vulnerable to deadly Covid-19 outbreaks.The agency provided detailed requirements that cruise lines must meet to resume U.S. operations -- in effect, clearing ships to return to U.S. ports in the next few months.“This framework provides a pathway to resume safe and responsible sailing,” CDC Director Robert Redfield said in the statement.Yet with its statement Friday, the CDC said recent outbreaks show cruise travel “facilitates and amplifies” Covid-19 transmission even at reduced passenger capacities and poses a risk of fueling spread without proper oversight.The decision, which comes as coronavirus cases are surging in several parts of the U.S., ends a ban that had been in place since March 14. The CDC last month had recommended extending the ban to February, but Vice President Mike Pence, who chairs the White House Coronavirus Task Force, overruled that proposal, according to two people familiar with the matter.Getting back to sea may not be simple. The initial phase will require cruise operators to “demonstrate adherence to testing, quarantine and isolation, and social distancing requirements to protect crew members while they build the laboratory capacity needed to test crew and future passengers,” the agency said.Every ship will have to be certified by the CDC, and it’s unclear how long that will take, said Martin Cetron, a physician who serves as the agency’s point person for cruise ships. Passenger cruises can resume only once the changes and procedures developed by the CDC and the cruise industry are shown to work, he said. Even then, taking a cruise could still be risky, he said.”To guarantee that cruise ships will be 100% safe, that there will never be a case on board, or anything like that, no, no one with experience in this would make that commitment,” Cetron said.Carnival Corp., the largest operator, gained as much as 12% in New York trading after Friday’s announcement. Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. was up as much as 7.4% while Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. rose 8.2%.Catastrophic ShutdownThe seven-month shutdown has been catastrophic for an industry that was booming before the pandemic struck. It has cost thousands of jobs and generated billions of dollars in losses. Since the end of January, the three biggest cruise lines, Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian, have lost tens of billions of dollars in combined market capitalization.Since the order was imposed in March, the CDC has faced intense pressure by the world’s biggest cruises lines and the White House to end it, Bloomberg reported.U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, a Connecticut Democrat who has sought stricter regulation of cruise ships, said the CDC’s plan isn’t strong enough to protect people from Covid outbreaks. “This order lacks the lasting change needed to right the ship on health and safety aboard cruises, which were Petri dish breeding grounds for the virus at the epicenter of the initial Covid-19 outbreak,” he said in a statement. “As Covid-19 cases skyrocket, the Trump administration is once again heeding corporate lobbying and putting profits over people.”The cruise industry has gone on a blitz this year to convince the Trump administration to lift the order, doubling the number of lobbyists who targeted the White House, Congress and numerous federal agencies, disclosures show. Major cruise lines also have presented detailed plans to make ships safer from Covid-19, with recommendations that include sailing initially with fewer passengers, eliminating food buffets and requiring face masks and some testing for the virus on board.The CDC can impose no-sail orders due to public health threats under federal law, but Pence and the task force view the CDC in an advisory role, along with other federal agencies like the Department of Homeland Security, according to a senior administration official who asked not to be named to discuss the task force’s approach.That view has led the White House to clash with CDC cruise-ship experts and overrule them in some cases. Pence’s decision last month to override extending the ban to February was first reported by Axios. The White House task force intervened similarly last spring to shorten an extension proposed by the CDC, according to three people familiar with the matter.Return UnclearIt’s unclear when cruise lines will return to filling ships with passengers again at U.S. ports, despite the end of the no-sail order. Cruise lines had already voluntarily halted cruises until Oct. 31 and canceled many cruises planned for the rest of 2020. Carnival recently said that “November 2020 operations will not be feasible,” but there’s solid demand for bookings next year. “The company believes this demonstrates the long-term potential demand for cruising,” Carnival said in an Oct. 12 statement.The CDC has made it clear cruises are a long way from being safe from coronavirus. As of Sept. 28, 124 cruise ships, or 82% of the U.S. fleet, had suffered Covid-19 outbreaks, killing at least 41 people and sickening 3,689, the CDC said late last month. And recent cruises in other countries suffered outbreaks despite implementing the same measures U.S. cruise lines are proposing.Paul Golding, an analyst with Macquarie Group, said the cruise lines face hard decisions irrespective of the CDC lifting the no-sail order. Rising Covid-19 cases will weigh on consumer sentiment, he said. “It’s not likely to be a watershed moment for cruise resumption,” he said of the CDC decision.(Updates with comment from CDC official and senator, beginning in seventh paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
The "worst case" of 80,000 dead from coronavirus could be exceeded in Britain if something can't be done to reduce infections, scientists say.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Oct. 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Inc. (TSX – SWP) ("Swiss Water" or "the Company") announced today that it will hold a conference call to discuss its financial results for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2020 on Friday, November 6, 2020 at 10:00 am Pacific Time (1:00 pm Eastern Time). The call can be accessed by dialing: 1-844-602-0380 (toll free) or 1-862-298-0970 (international) approximately five minutes before the call and providing the Company name. A replay will be available through November 20, 2020 at 1-877-481-4010 (toll free) or 1-919-882-2331 (international) passcode: 38572.The financial results will be released on Thursday, November 5, 2020 after markets close.About Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Inc.Swiss Water’s mission is to produce amazing coffee without caffeine. To do that, it employs the proprietary Swiss Water® Process to decaffeinate green coffee, leveraging advanced scientific systems and controls to produce coffee that is 99.9% caffeine free. The Swiss Water® Process is a chemical-free water process for coffee decaffeination and is certified organic by the Organic Crop Improvement Association.Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Inc. is a leading specialty coffee company and a premium green coffee decaffeinator which employs the proprietary SWISS WATER® Process to decaffeinate green coffee without the use of chemicals. It also owns Seaforth Supply Chain Solutions, a green coffee handling and storage business. Both businesses are located in the cities of Burnaby and Delta, British Columbia.For more information, please contact:Iain Carswell, Chief Financial Officer Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Inc. Phone: 604.420.4050 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: investor.swisswater.com
John Daly shot an eight-under 64 on Friday for a share of the lead with Jim Furyk in the PGA Champions Tour.