- 1 Centerra Gold reports US$851.7M Q2 loss after Kyrgyz Republic took control of Kumtor
- 2 Wells Fargo names Steven Black chairman
- 3 Railroad bidding war back on; Canadian Pac ups bid for KSU
- 4 CarolinasDentist’s Spring Lake Office Welcomes the Addition of Dr. Vamsi Kalavacharla
- 5 Largest Hong Kong teachers’ union disbands amid crackdown
- 6 Carbonyl Iron Powder Market to Garner USD 274 Million Revenue by 2028 at 3.8% CAGR – Report by Market Research Future (MRFR)
- 7 Singapore’s MM2 Asia Ready to Launch Spin-Off IPO if Cinema Sale Fails
- 8 Global 3D Metrology Market to Reach US$22.3 Billion by the Year 2027
- 9 CJAR, NCPRI writes to CJI over live streaming SC hearings on Pegasus case
- 10 Factoring Company in Florida Chooses TAB Bank for a $2 Million Lender Finance Credit Facility
- 11 China court upholds Canadian’s death sentence as Huawei executive fights extradition
Centerra Gold reports US$851.7M Q2 loss after Kyrgyz Republic took control of Kumtor
TORONTO – Centerra Gold Inc. reported a loss of $ 851.7 million in the most recent quarter following the move by the Kyrgyz Republic to take control of the Company’s Kumtor mine in the Central Asian country in May. The Toronto-based company, which keeps its books in US dollars, has reported a loss of 926.4 million US dollars as a result of the change of control of the Kumtor activities. Loss for the quarter ended June 30 was $ 2.87 per diluted share versus income of $ 80.7 million, or ce
Wells Fargo names Steven Black chairman
Wells Fargo & amp; Co named Steven Black as Chairman with immediate effect on Tuesday, succeeding Charles Noski, who will retire at the end of September after more than a year. Black has over four decades of experience in the financial services sector and has served as co-CEO of private equity firm Bregal Investments since 2012 in our ongoing work to improve our controls and governance and in the early days of an unprecedented global pandemic, “said Charlie Scharf , CEO of Wells Fargo.
Railroad bidding war back on; Canadian Pac ups bid for KSU
NEW YORK (AP) – Canadian Pacific has increased its bid for Kansas City Southern to approximately $ 31 billion, potentially rekindling a bidding war with rival railroad company Canadian National. Kansas City Southern is the smallest of the remaining major US railways, but it also controls critical cross-border routes with Mexico. Its size has long piqued the interest of other railroads, as any offer is most likely to be approved by US antitrust authorities, which have long shied away from signing railroad companies
CarolinasDentist’s Spring Lake Office Welcomes the Addition of Dr. Vamsi Kalavacharla
Dr. Kalavacharla will join the already great team to better serve the Spring Lake community, Dr. Vamsi Kalavacharla, will strengthen his team from August 10, 2021 and accept appointments. Dr. Kalavacharla implements an approach to dentistry that is shaped from a patient-centered perspective. He has a unique background in
Largest Hong Kong teachers’ union disbands amid crackdown
HONG KONG (AP) – Hong Kong’s largest teachers union said it broke up on Tuesday due to the changing political climate as the government continued to crack down on dissenting views in the city. The Hong Kong government cut ties with the pro-democracy union last week, accusing them of spreading anti-Beijing and anti-government sentiment. The split came hours after Chinese state media described the union as a “malignant tumor” that should be eradicated. The Vocational Teachers Union is the largest union in the city
Carbonyl Iron Powder Market to Garner USD 274 Million Revenue by 2028 at 3.8% CAGR – Report by Market Research Future (MRFR)
Carbonyl Iron Powder Market Insights and Industry Analysis by Application (Inductive Electronic Components, Microwave & Radar Absorption, Diet Supplements, Metal Injection Molding, Others), by Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America), Competitive Market Size, Share, Trends, and Forecast to 2028New York, USA, August 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Carbonyl Iron Powder Market Review: According to a comprehensive research report by Market Research Future (MRFR), “C
Singapore’s MM2 Asia Ready to Launch Spin-Off IPO if Cinema Sale Fails
Singaporean entertainment mini-corporation MM2 Asia says it continues to consider a spin-off IPO of its theatrical exhibition business despite signing a term sheet with a potential buyer. The SGX-listed company filed a clarification on Tuesday, about two weeks after it became known that it had an agreement to sell […]
Global 3D Metrology Market to Reach US$22.3 Billion by the Year 2027
Summary: Global 3D metrology market expected to reach $ 22. 3 billion by 2027. In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, the global market for 3D metrology is estimated at $ 13. New York, Aug 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com Announces Publication of Global 3D Metrology Industry Report – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05797745/?utm_source=GNW 2 Billion in 2020, is expected to reach a revised size of $ 22.3 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 7.9% over the analysis period 2020-2027.
CJAR, NCPRI writes to CJI over live streaming SC hearings on Pegasus case
New Delhi [India], August 10 (ANI): The Campaign for Judicial Accountability and Reforms (CJAR) and the National Campaign for People’s Right to Information (NCPRI) have written to the Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana, to livestream hearings of petitions requesting an investigation into the Pegasus snooping case listed in the Supreme Court.
Factoring Company in Florida Chooses TAB Bank for a $2 Million Lender Finance Credit Facility
OGDEN, Utah, Aug. 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – A Florida factoring company has selected TAB Bank for a $ 2 million credit facility. The new location will be extended through a multi-year contract and will allow the company to pursue more aggressive growth strategies. The company offers factoring and shipping services for customers in the transport industry. About TAB Bank TAB Bank offers tailor-made working capital solutions for trading companies in a variety of industries
China court upholds Canadian’s death sentence as Huawei executive fights extradition
A Chinese court upheld a Canadian’s death sentence for drug smuggling on Tuesday, the day before another court was due to rule on the case of another Canadian accused of espionage. The trial for the two Canadians comes as attorneys in Canada, representing the jailed CFO of telecommunications giant Huawei, make a final push to persuade a local court not to extradite them to the United States, where they are charged with violating sanctions is charged. Robert Schellenberg was arrested in 2014 for drug smuggling and sentenced to 15 years in prison at the end of 2018.