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Activist Honest Capital opposes $2.8 billion sale of At Home Group
  + stars: | 2021-05-11 | by ( Svea Herbst-Bayliss | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
He did not disclose how much of At Home Honest Capital owns. At Home has negotiated a 40-day “go shop” period with Hellman & Friedman that allows it to solicit bids from other potential buyers. The shares ended trading at $36.30 on Monday, still above the deal price. Badlani, who had been a partner at activist investor Mick McGuire’s Marcato Capital Management for nearly a decade, founded Honest Capital in 2020. Since its launch, Honest Capital has returned a net 109.6% largely by betting on smaller, less-recognized stocks.
Persons: Hellman, Friedman, Honest Capital, ” Shawn Badlani, Capital’s, Mick McGuire’s, Badlani Organizations: BOSTON, Capital, Home Group Inc, Honest, Reuters, Home Honest Capital, Capital Management, Honest Capital Locations: U.S
Aerospace company Boeing Co (BA.N) was explicit, naming who among its dozen directors were women, Asian and African American. Some Republicans have called for regulators to reject a Nasdaq Inc (NDAQ.O) proposal to ask for the number of directors by gender, race and ethnicity - without any names. read moreState Representative Chris Welch, speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives, proposed what became the 2019 Illinois law on board diversity reporting. Corporate America's white-dominated leadership has been under a spotlight for supporting the Black Lives Matter movement while listing few leaders of color. It has since added a director and says that half its 12-person board is now African American, Asian or Hispanic.
Persons: Archer, Chris Welch, Welch, Kunal Kapoor, Kapoor, Richard Benton, ” Phyllis Lockett, , Ekta Singh, Bushell, Equilar, Jacqueline Collins, ” Collins, Wendy Cromwell, Joe Shoen, Shoen, ” Shoen Organizations: Aerospace, Boeing Co, American, Agricultural, Midland Co, Boeing . Companies, Republicans, Nasdaq Inc, Illinois, Representatives, Morningstar Inc, Indian, Companies, ADM, Reuters, University of Illinois, U.S . Cellular Corp, Inc, Huron Consulting Group, Pacific, Russell, Stock, Wellington Management, Nasdaq, Thomson Locations: Illinois, Chicago, Indian American, American, African American, Boston
May 11 (Reuters) - Aerospace company Boeing Co was explicit, naming who among its dozen directors were women, Asian and African American. Some Republicans have called for regulators to reject a Nasdaq Inc proposal to ask for the number of directors by gender, race and ethnicity - without any names. State Representative Chris Welch, speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives, proposed what became the 2019 Illinois law on board diversity reporting. Corporate America’s white-dominated leadership has been under a spotlight for supporting the Black Lives Matter movement while listing few leaders of color. It has since added a director and says that half its 12-person board is now African American, Asian or Hispanic.
Persons: Archer, Chris Welch, , Welch, Kunal Kapoor, Kapoor, Richard Benton, ” Phyllis Lockett, , Ekta Singh, Bushell, Equilar, Jacqueline Collins, ” Collins, Wendy Cromwell, Joe Shoen, ” Shoen Organizations: Aerospace, Boeing Co, American, Agricultural, Midland Co, Boeing . Companies, Republicans, Nasdaq Inc, State, Illinois, Representatives, Morningstar, Indian, Companies, ADM, Reuters, University of Illinois, U.S . Cellular Corp, Inc, Huron Consulting Group, Pacific, Russell, Stock, Wellington Management, Nasdaq Locations: Illinois, Chicago, Indian American, American, African American, Boston
Biotech firm Ginkgo to merge with Harry Sloan-led SPAC in $15 billion deal
  + stars: | 2021-05-11 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.90   time to read: +1 min
(Reuters) -Ginkgo Bioworks will go public through a merger with a blank-check company led by former Hollywood executives Harry Sloan and Jeff Sagansky, in a deal that values the biotech company at $15 billion, the companies said on Tuesday. The deal with Soaring Eagle Acquisition Corp is expected to fetch $2.5 billion in proceeds for the combined entity, the companies said. Baillie Gifford, Putnam Investments and accounts advised by ARK Investment Management have agreed to invest $775 million in the deal. Boston-based Ginkgo is also backed by Bill Gates’ private investment firm Cascade Investment. Special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, are shell companies that raise funds through an initial public offering to take a private company public through a merger at a later date.
Persons: Harry Sloan, Jeff Sagansky, Baillie Gifford, Bill Gates, Ginkgo Organizations: Reuters, Hollywood, Eagle, Putnam Investments, ARK Investment Management, Cascade Investment, U.S Locations: Boston, COVID
Biotech firm Ginkgo to merge with Harry Sloan-led SPAC in $17.5 billion deal
  + stars: | 2021-05-11 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.91   time to read: +1 min
The merger is expected to fetch $2.5 billion in proceeds for the combined entity, the companies said. Baillie Gifford, Putnam Investments and accounts advised by ARK Investment Management have agreed to invest $775 million in the deal. Soaring Eagle is also backed by SPAC veteran Eli Baker, who is the chief financial officer of the company. Ginkgo expects $150 million in revenue in 2021, a jump of 96% from a year earlier. The deal gives Ginkgo a pre-money equity valuation of $15 billion.
Persons: Ginkgo Bioworks, Harry Sloan, Jeff Sagansky, Baillie Gifford, Bill Gates, Eli Baker, Sloan, Ginkgo Organizations: Reuters, Hollywood, Putnam Investments, ARK Investment Management, Cascade Investment, U.S, Metro Goldwyn Mayer, DraftKings Inc, Skillz Inc Locations: Boston, COVID
American Airlines adds stops to two flights after pipeline outage
  + stars: | 2021-05-11 | by ( ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
An American Airlines Airbus A321-200 plane takes off from Los Angeles International airport (LAX) in Los Angeles, California, U.S. March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Mike BlakeAmerican Airlines (AAL.O) said on Monday it has added a stop to two long-haul flights out of Charlotte, North Carolina, because of a fuel supply shortage after the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline following a ransomware cyber attack. American is the first U.S. airline to report an impact from the attack on Colonial, which carries nearly half the fuel consumed along the U.S. East Coast. American said its daily flight from Charlotte to Honolulu will now stop in Dallas, where passengers will change planes before flying onto Honolulu, while its daily flight from Charlotte to London will stop in Boston for additional fuel. Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Mike Blake Organizations: American Airlines Airbus, Los Angeles International, REUTERS, Mike Blake American Airlines, Colonial, U.S, U.S ., Thomson Locations: Los Angeles , California, U.S, Charlotte , North Carolina, U.S . East Coast, Charlotte, Honolulu, Dallas, London, Boston
NHL roundup: Habs nab final playoff spot despite OT Loss
  + stars: | 2021-05-11 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
James Neal, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Dominik Kahun potted goals for the Oilers, who are 7-2-0 in their past nine games and own the division's second playoff spot. Jake Evans and Artturi Lehkonen each had a goal and two assists for the Canadiens, and Paul Byron added a goal and an assist. Predators 5, Hurricanes 0Matt Duchene scored two goals and host Nashville defeated Carolina in a preview of a first-round Central Division playoff series. Flyers 4, Devils 2Joel Farabee scored two goals to lift host Philadelphia past New Jersey in the season finale for both teams. Bo Horvat also scored for the Canucks, who were ousted when the Canadiens clinched the final North Division playoff spot.
Persons: Connor McDavid, Eric Bolte, McDavid, Leon Draisaitl, Jake Allen, James Neal, Ryan Nugent, Hopkins, Dominik Kahun, Jake Evans, Artturi, Paul Byron, Taylor Hall, Hall, Brad Marchand, Tuukka Rask, David Krejci, Oliver Wahlstrom, Mathew Barzal, Semyon Varlamov, Ilya Sorokin, Sorokin, Chris Driedger, MacKenzie Weegar, Juho Lammikko, Carter Varhaeghe, Alex Wennberg, Lammikko, Andrei Vasilevskiy, Matt Duchene, Rocco Grimaldi, Ryan Johansen, Tanner Jeannot, Johansen, Jeannot, Nashville's Pekka Rinne, Rinne, Petr Mrazek, Joel Farabee, Sean Couturier, James van Riemsdyk, Claude Giroux, Kevin Hayes, Wade Allison, Brian Elliott, Janne Kuokkanen, Pavel Zacha, Jersey's Scott Wedgewood, Nils Hoglander, Bo Horvat, Thatcher Demko, Kyle Connor, Laurent Brossoit, Jason Robertson, John Klingberg, Jamie Benn, Collin Delia, Dallas, Joel Kiviranta, Jason Dickinson Organizations: Edmonton Oilers, Montreal Canadiens, Bell Centre, Montreal, Canadiens, Oilers, Bruins, Islanders, Boston, New York, Panthers, Lightning, Stanley, Tampa Bay, Florida, Central Division, Tampa, Hurricanes, Nashville, Carolina, Predators, Flyers, Devils, Canucks, Jets, Vancouver, North Division, Blackhawks, Dallas, Dallas outshot, Thomson Locations: Montreal, Quebec, New, Florida, Sunrise, Fla, Tampa Bay, Philadelphia, New Jersey, Winnipeg, Chicago
MLB roundup: Reds manhandle Pirates 14-1
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Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY SportsTyler Naquin hit a three-run homer and had four RBIs Monday as the visiting Cincinnati Reds spanked the Pittsburgh Pirates 14-1. Eugenio Suarez hit a solo homer, Tucker Barnhart and Nick Castellanos each hit a two-run double, and Nick Senzel had a two-run single and an RBI double for the Reds. The Giants got a solo homer from Brandon Belt. Smith also robbed Sandy Leon of a solo homer with a leaping catch in right field to end the game. Jesus Aguilar hit a two-run homer for the Marlins.
Persons: Jesse Winker, Tyler Naquin, Charles LeClaire, Eugenio Suarez, Tucker Barnhart, Nick Castellanos, Nick Senzel, Tyler Mahle, Jacob Stallings, Mitch Keller, Trey Mancini, Baltimore's Jorge Lopez, Mauricio Dubon, Alex Wood, Wood, Khris Davis, Kyle Gibson, John King, Luke Weaver, Weaver, Asdrubal Cabrera, Pavin Smith, Smith, Sandy Leon, Miami's Jordan Holloway, Jesus Aguilar, Jared Walsh, Justin Upton, Walsh, Mike Trout, Shohei, Jose Suarez, Raisel Iglesias, Alex Bregman, Michael Brantley, Myles Straw, Brandon Bielak Organizations: Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates, PNC, Reds, Cincinnati, Pirates, Orioles, Red Sox, Baltimore, Boston, The Orioles, Giants, Rangers, Brandon, Diamondbacks, Marlins, Arizona, Miami, Astros, Houston, Angels, Thomson Locations: Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania, USA, Baltimore, Boston, Francisco, Texas, Brandon Belt, Phoenix, Los Angeles
Teenagers aren’t often taught that extreme jealousy is not romantic, but is a sign of an unhealthy relationship. It was painful and difficult to recount that experience for my book, to lay plain my own vulnerabilities and dark moments. More than one person has told me my book gave them the clarity and strength to leave an unhealthy relationship. These book bans deprive students of a better understanding of themselves and each other. They want to shield their children from anything that suggests a world beyond their narrow perception.
Persons: aren’t, Organizations: Boston, American Locations: America, United States
Health insurer Humana is using its cash to shape the future of healthcare outside of hospitals. It's also helping clinic upstarts such as Iora Health, ChenMed, and Oak Street Health expand. About seven years ago, Humana approached Iora Health, a primary-care startup in Boston, with a proposition. Sometimes it helps the company scale its operations, upgrade its technology, or transition to taking on financial responsibility for patients' health. It also paid $2.7 million in license fees to reimburse Humana for the cost of owning or leasing and maintaining the health clinics.
Persons: It's, Humana, Iora, Rushika, , it's, Vishal Agrawal, Agrawal, Humana's, Nathan Hindman, Susan Diamond, Diamond, Heal, Scott Vertrees, Nick Desai, Tony Luong, Bruce Broussard, Carl Daley, Anderson, Stowe, Iora's Fernandopulle, Fernandopulle, We're Organizations: Humana, Oak Street Health, Iora Health, Boeing, Dartmouth College, Kindred, Humana Ventures, Home, Business, Humana Alliance Partners, Oak, Street's, ChenMed, Humana's Partners, Primary Care, Partners Locations: Boston, Atlanta, Denver, Houston, Phoenix, Seattle, Tucson, DispatchHealth, Humana, Carson
Long-term investors don't need to worry about the cracks forming in the clean energy trade this year, says one market watcher. Popular exchange-traded funds focused on sustainable energy including the Invesco Solar ETF (TAN) and the Invesco WilderHill Clean Energy ETF (PBW) have lost significant momentum this year, down about 30% and 26%, respectively. "When you think about the transformation to clean energy, we think about it over decades, not days," Hoffman told CNBC's "ETF Edge" on Monday. "We think there's still a fair amount of headroom in this space, especially as this transformation to clean energy plays out," he said. "Europe's really dominated the ETF space in ESG investing, but we're catching up," with some $11 billion flowing into these funds, Yones said in the same "ETF Edge" interview.
Persons: — TAN, PBW, John Hoffman, Invesco's, Hoffman, CNBC's, Tesla, Johnson, GBLD, Douglas Yones, Yones, BlackRock Organizations: Clean Energy, Boston Properties Group, Berkeley Group, New York Stock Exchange, BlackRock U.S, BlackRock World Locations: Westfield
Travel between New York and the vacation spots of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard is heating up. New England hot spots like Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket Island are primed for an influx of summer visitors as COVID-19 restrictions wane. Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto/GettyThree major airlines serve Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket from New York's three area airports and Westchester County Airport north of the city. Both airports offer flights to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, with service to Provincetown, Massachusetts also available from Westchester. Flights to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket are available and use private terminals on both ends of the journey.
Persons: Read, Nicolas Economou, John F, Thomas Pallini, It's, John Tlumacki Organizations: Tradewind Aviation, Elite Airways, JetBlue, Airlines, Airline, Service, JetBlue Embraer, Airport, JetBlue Airways, Kennedy International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, LaGuardia Airport, Westchester County Airport, Embraer, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, Bombardier, Elite Airways Bombardier CRJ200, Airways, Vineyard, Air Cape Air, Boston Logan International Airport, Cape Air, JFK, Westchester ., Air, Cessna, Bell, Insider Helicopter, Blade, Pilatus, King Air, Boston Globe, Beechcraft King Air, Tradewind, Aviation Pilatus, Tradewind Aviation Private Locations: New York, Nantucket, Delta, United, New England, New York City, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, New, Westchester, JFK, LaGuardia, Newark, Provincetown , Massachusetts, Westchester and Massachusetts
The Paper Source store with its Easter display is shown closed on Boylston Street on April 08, 2020 in Boston, Massachusetts. Elliott Investment Management, the owner of Barnes and Noble, said Tuesday it will acquire gift and stationery retailer Paper Source. The acquisition will provide Paper Source with the funding it needs to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Alongside this, the opportunities for Paper Source to work with Barnes & Noble are tremendously exciting for both businesses," Daunt said in a press release. Paper Source plans to operate 130 stores in the U.S. as well as its website and wholesale division, Waste Not Paper by Paper Source.
Persons: Barnes, Noble, James Daunt, Daunt Organizations: Elliott Investment Management, Barnes, Source's, NBC News Locations: Boylston, Boston , Massachusetts, U.S
Colonial Pipeline shutdown: Here’s the latest.
  + stars: | 2021-05-11 | by ( Clifford Krauss | Niraj Chokshi | ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
The vital fuel pipeline stretching 5,500 miles from Texas to New Jersey remained largely shut down on Tuesday after last week’s ransomware attack. Colonial Pipeline, the company that operates the pipeline, said Monday that it hoped to restore most operations by the end of the week. The pipeline provides the Eastern United States about half its energy. Brian Kemp of Georgia has signed an executive order suspending his state’s gasoline tax through Saturday, which amounts to roughly 20 cents a gallon. Gas Buddy, a website that tracks gas prices, reported that nearly 8 percent of Virginia gas stations were without gasoline, apparently more a result of panic buying than a shortage of gas.
Persons: , Louise Dickson, Brian Kemp of, Roy Cooper, Jen Psaki, Biden, Michael S, Regan, Gillian Friedman Organizations: Colonial Pipeline, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Eastern, Industry, Rystad Energy, Brian Kemp of Georgia, AAA, Gas, White House, . American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Environmental Protection Agency, District of Columbia Locations: Texas, New Jersey, Eastern United States, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Charlotte, N.C, Honolulu, Dallas, London, Boston, Nashville, District of Columbia , Maryland, Pennsylvania
Tech selloff in focus as Nasdaq backs further away from record highs
  + stars: | 2021-05-11 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
The front facade of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is seen in New York City, U.S., May 4, 2021. One, there are valid valuation concerns as the run-up (for tech stocks) has been significant. Two, as re-opening happens and people go back to the office there’s a rethinking of the balance between tech stocks and re-opening stocks. Why it’s getting hit, I am not 100% sure... People are still long tech, people still are long growth. You can have a stretched market as long as the Fed remains committed to keeping rates lower for longer."
Persons: Brendan McDermid, OLIVER PURSCHE, JACK JANASIEWICZ, BOSTON “, it’s, ” QUINCY KROSBY, We're Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Nasdaq, Dow, Tech, BOSTON, PRUDENTIAL, Thomson Locations: New York City, U.S, NEWARK, JERSEY
Bill Gates-backed Ginkgo Bioworks going public via $15 billion SPAC
  + stars: | 2021-05-11 | by ( Riley De León | ) sentiment -0.92   time to read: +1 min
Boston-based biotech company Ginkgo Bioworks will make its market debut by merging with Soaring Eagle Acquisition Corp., the blank-check company led by former MGM CEO Harry Sloan. The deal, worth $17.5 billion, including a $15 billion valuation for Ginkgo and $2.5 billion in deal proceeds, would make it one of the largest SPAC mergers to date. Singapore-based "super app" Grab is also in talks to go public through a SPAC merger with Altimeter Capital Management, valued at nearly $40 billion. The deal includes a $775 million private placement led by Baillie Gifford, Putnam Investments and Morgan Stanley Investment Management's Counterpoint Global arm. Cathie Wood's Ark Investment Management, Bain Capital's public equity arm, Bill Gates' private investment arm Cascade Investment and T. Rowe Price Associates are also participating.
Persons: Harry Sloan, Ginkgo, Baillie Gifford, Morgan Stanley, Bill Gates, Rowe Price Organizations: Boston, Eagle Acquisition Corp, MGM, MIT, CNBC, Capital Management, Putnam Investments, Morgan, Morgan Stanley Investment, Ark Investment Management, Bain, Cascade Investment, Rowe Price Associates Locations: Singapore
Advocates note that India’s limited access to vaccines, oxygen and hospital beds is exposing the deep divisions that exist in Indian society. “Poor Indians — no matter what background they are — simply have no means or no way to get help,” said Rasheed Ahmed, the executive director of the Indian American Muslim Council. “It takes about $20,000 to set up a rural hospital with 25 beds and medical staff,” said Wasnik. Ahmed added that he and other members of the Council say that Modi should resign over his handling of the crisis. “How much can NGOs do?” said Ahmed of the Indian American Muslim Council.
Persons: Rohan Aggarwal, Siddiqui, , Rasheed Ahmed, Narendra Modi’s, Sonali Gulati, Gulati, Brown, , don't, ” Gulati, Neha Wasnik, Wasnik, Sampat Shivangi, AAPI, Ambika Samarthya, Howard, ’ ” Samarthya, ” Samarthya, Ahmed, Modi Organizations: Indian American, Family, , Indians, Indian American Muslim Council, Virginia Commonwealth University, Brown Girls, Mafia, U.S, Association for India’s, American Association of Physicians of Indian, NBC, U.S Senate, Global Integrity, World Health Organization, United Nations Locations: India, New Delhi, Gulati, Boston, Mumbai, U.S, NBC Asian America, United States, Delhi
May 10 (Reuters) - U.S. inflation expectations have surged to the highest in a decade as the economy reopens from COVID-19-related shutdowns, putting investors at odds with the Federal Reserve which sees price pressures still far from its target. Inflation expectations as measured by breakevens on Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS) over the coming five years jumped to a 10-year high of 2.73% on Monday. The jump comes at the same time that Fed policymakers talk down inflation expectations, saying near-term inflation will be transitory and that there are challenges in reaching their average target of 2% on an ongoing basis. It’s not always a perfect reflection of inflation expectations,” said Michael Lorizio, senior fixed-income trader at Manulife Investment Management in Boston. The Fed is expected to shift its bond purchases in the coming months, which may marginally reduce purchases of TIPS and exert some downward pressure on breakeven rates.
Persons: breakevens, , Tom Simons, , Jonathan Cohn, Jerome Powell, Jim Caron, , It’s, Michael Lorizio, Suisse’s Cohn Organizations: Federal Reserve, Treasury, Securities, Fed, Jefferies, BlackRock Investment Institute, Credit Suisse, Data, Morgan Stanley Investment Management, Manulife Investment Management, JPMorgan Locations: COVID, , New York, BlackRock, United States, Boston
BERLIN—A small German company’s success in coming up with the West’s first Covid-19 vaccine is drawing attention from investors in a country where biotech has struggled to raise funding in recent years. Mainz-based BioNTech SE partnered with U.S. pharmaceutical giant Pfizer Inc. to develop the first coronavirus vaccine approved in the U.S. and Europe last year. Domestic rival CureVac NV is hoping its own shot will get approved in Europe in the coming weeks. Now, more German and international investors are looking to invest in search of the next hidden gem in German biotech, venture capitalists, executives and analysts say. In 2020, German biotech companies raised a record of €3.05 billion, equivalent to $3.7 billion, through venture capital, share offerings and convertible bonds, triple the amount for 2019, according to Ernst & Young.
Persons: Ernst & Young, ’ ”, Claudia Ulbrich, Ulbrich Organizations: BERLIN, Pfizer Inc, CureVac, Ernst, , Cardior Pharmaceuticals GmbH Locations: Mainz, U.S, Europe, BioNTech, Boston, California, Hanover
Are Plant Milks Good for You?
  + stars: | 2021-05-10 | by ( Dawn Mackeen | ) + 0.00   time to read: +8 min
You shouldn’t assume, for instance, that plant milks contain the same nutrients as cow’s milk, even if the drink is white and has the same creamy texture. “It just takes really educating yourself.”How do the different types of plant milks compare? All versions below contain calcium and vitamin D.)Almond milk: This nutty-flavored beverage is the most popular plant milk, according to SPINS. Oat milk: Sales of this thick, creamy drink increased by 182 percent since last year, according to SPINS, making it one of the fastest growing plant milks. Pea milk: Sometimes called “plant protein milk,” this beverage is made from yellow split peas.
Persons: , Melissa Majumdar, Jackie Haven, Megan Lott, Almond, Edwin McDonald IV, that’s, David Ludwig, there’s, Alice H, Lichtenstein, McDonald, Dr, Ludwig Organizations: Academy of Nutrition, U.S . Department of Agriculture’s Center for Nutrition Policy, Duke University, University of Chicago Medicine, Boston Children’s Hospital, Tufts University Locations: Boston
NBA roundup: Anthony Davis drops 42 in Lakers win
  + stars: | 2021-05-10 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
Los Angeles, which lost eight of its previous 10 games, was without LeBron James, Kyle Kuzma and Dennis Schroder. RJ Barrett added 18 points and seven rebounds and Julius Randle chipped in 14 points and 14 rebounds. Kings 126, Thunder 98Maurice Harkless and Terence Davis scored 18 points each to lead Sacramento to a home win over Oklahoma City. The Kings kept their faint hopes of making the play-in tournament alive with the win, their fifth in six games. Collin Sexton led Cleveland with 24 points while Mfiondu Kabengele hit for 14, Brodric Thomas scored 13 points and Isaac Okoro added 12.
Persons: Anthony Davis, Ayton, Kelvin Kuo, LeBron James, Kyle Kuzma, Dennis Schroder, James, Devin Booker, Chris Paul, Jimmy Butler, Butler, Duncan Robinson, Bam Adebayo, Trevor Ariza, Karl, Anthony Towns, D'Angelo Russell, Derrick Rose, Reggie Bullock, RJ Barrett, Julius Randle, Kawhi Leonard, Eric Bledsoe, Jaxson Hayes, Terry Rozier, Rozier, Hayes, LaMelo Ball, Nickeil Alexander, Walker, Nikola Vucevic, Zach LaVine, Jerami Grant, Maurice Harkless, Terence Davis, Richaun Holmes, Delon Wright, Darius Bazley, Jaylen, Tim Hardaway Jr, Josh Richardson, Luka Doncic, Collin Sexton, Mfiondu Kabengele, Brodric Thomas, Isaac Okoro Organizations: Los Angeles Lakers, Phoenix Suns, Staples Center, USA, Los Angeles ., Phoenix, Portland Trail Blazers, Western, Suns, Celtics, Eastern Conference, Boston, Heat, Timberwolves, Towns, Knicks, Clippers, New York, Los Angeles, Pelicans, Hornets, Charlotte, Bulls, Pistons, Chicago, Detroit, Indiana, Thunder, Oklahoma City, Sacramento, San, Western Conference, Mavericks, Cavaliers, Dallas, Cleveland, The Mavericks, Thomson Locations: Los Angeles , California, USA, Los Angeles, Los Angeles . Los Angeles, Angeles, Miami, Minnesota, Orlando, COVID, New York, New Orleans, Orleans, Chicago, Sacramento, San Antonio, Portland
MLB roundup: Yanks win on Giancarlo Stanton's walk-off hit in 9th
  + stars: | 2021-05-10 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +10 min
It was Stanton's seventh career game-ending hit and second since joining the Yankees following the 2017 season in a trade with the Miami Marlins. Cedric Mullins hit a home run for the Orioles and Ryan Mountcastle drove in two runs. Astros 7, Blue Jays 4Kyle Tucker homered for the first time since April 24 and host Houston claimed the rubber match of its three-game series with Toronto. Rangers 10, Mariners 2Adolis Garcia homered and drove in five runs as Texas beat Seattle to take two of the three-game series in Arlington, Texas. Charlie Culberson also homered for the Rangers, sparking a six-run fifth inning in which Garcia hit a three-run shot.
Persons: Kyle Tucker, Troy, Sports Giancarlo Stanton, Brad Hand, Tyler Wade, Aaron Judge, DJ LeMahieu, Wade, Stanton, Trea Turner, Starlin Castro, Rafael Devers, Hunter Renfroe, Nick Pivetta, Cedric Mullins, Ryan Mountcastle, Dean Kremer, Jacob deGrom, League Cy Young, Nick Ahmed, Tucker, Anthony Kay, Mercedes, Lucas Giolito, Tyrone Taylor, Josh Hader, Drew Rasmussen, Lewis Brinson, Daniel Vogelbach, Wilmer Difo, Tyler Anderson, Jake Marisnick, Anderson, Jared Walsh, Jose Quintana, Aaron Sledgers, Trevor Bauer, Corey Seager, Adam Wainwright, Louis, Wainwright, Ryan Helsley, Nolan Arenado, Yadier Molina, German Marquez, Jake Cronenworth, Fernando Tatis Jr, Johnny Cueto, Chris Paddack, Ryan Weathers, Cronenworth, Wil Myers, Padre, Tatis, Victor Caratini, Adolis Garcia, Charlie Culberson, Garcia, Dane Dunning, Justus Sheffield, Culberson, Jose Trevino, J.P . Crawford, Isiah Kiner, Nick Solak, Nate Lowe, Huascar Ynoa, Andrew McCutchen, McCutchen's, Nola, Freddie Freeman, Ronald Acuna Jr, Ozzie Albies, Dansby Swanson, Willy Adames, Mike Brosseau, Jeffrey Springs, Andrew Kittredge Organizations: Houston Astros, Toronto Blue Jays, Sports, New York Yankees, Washington Nationals, Sunday, Yankee, Yankees, Miami Marlins, Red Sox, Orioles, Boston, Baltimore . Red Sox, Baltimore, Mets, Diamondbacks, New York, Arizona, League, Astros, Blue Jays, Houston, Toronto, White Sox, Royals, Chicago, Kansas City, Brewers, Marlins, Miami, Milwaukee . Pirates, Cubs, Pittsburgh, Pirates, Dodgers, Angels, Cardinals, Rockies, Louis Cardinals, Colorado, Busch Stadium, Padres, Giants, San Diego, Rangers, Mariners, Texas, Seattle, Braves, Phillies, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Rays, Athletics, Tampa Bay, Oakland, Tampa, Thomson Locations: Houston , Texas, USA, Troy Taormina, Washington, Red, deGrom, Milwaukee, Anaheim , Calif, Colorado, Francisco, McCovey, Arlington , Texas, Tampa Bay
DarkSide, the group linked to the US Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, has a code of conduct. The attack knocked out a major route for gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel to the US East Coast. The group linked to the devastating cyberattack a pipeline that supplies much of the East Coat's fuel claims to have a an ethical code governing which targets it chooses. Citing a press release on the dark web, which Insider was unable to find independently, Bleeping Computer said the group described a kind of ethics code. DarkSide said it wouldn't target schools, universities, hospitals, hospices, non-profit bodies and the government "based on its principles," Bleeping Computer reported.
Persons: who's Organizations: US Colonial Pipeline, US, Colonial Pipeline, BBC, Reuters, Computer, Boston Locations: US East, East
Drugs long stigmatized, such as psilocybin and MDMA, are rising in profile as mental illness treatment options. "This is a pivotal event," said Elemer Piros, a biotech analyst at Roth Capital Partners who covers the emerging alternative mental health treatment space. Bertha Coombs talks mental health care with Centene CEO Michael Neidorff and dives into the future of telehealth with Teladoc CEO Jason Gorevic. "Covid has done a lot of terrible things, but it has elevated mental health visibility, and as a result of that there is lots of interest," Simon said. But his personal experience is distinct from his role as an investor and executive focused on the mental health market needs.
Persons: Peter Dejong, Dick Simon, Simon, , Elemer Piros, Meg Tirrell, CDC's Dr, Rochelle Walensky, Eli Lilly, David Ricks, Bertha Coombs, Michael Neidorff, Jason Gorevic, Jim Cramer, Robert Ford, Rick Doblin, Sharmin, Assoc, Johnson, Simon's, Covid, I'm, Peter Thiel, Christian Angermayer —, Angermayer, Lars Christian Wilde, Piros, Cowen Organizations: Roth Capital Partners, Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, Nature Medicine, New York Times, Imperial College London, The New England, of Medicine, Medicines, Mental Health, Mass General, Mass, Center, Neuroscience, Psychedelics, CNBC, FDA, Cowen, Company, Public, Sciences, Compass, Berenberg Capital Locations: Netherlands, Iran, Boston, The, U.S, Denver, Oregon, Bavaria, psychedelics
The DarkSide hacker gang that is reportedly responsible for the devastating Colonial Pipeline attack this weekend is a relatively new group, but cybersecurity analysts already know enough about them to determine just how dangerous they are. According to Boston-based Cybereason, DarkSide is an organized group of hackers set up along the "ransomware as a service" business model, meaning the DarkSide hackers develop and market ransomware hacking tools, and sell them to other criminals who then carry out attacks. Bloomberg first reported that DarkSide may be involved in the attack on Colonial Pipeline. On Monday, Cybereason provided CNBC with a new statement from DarkSide's website that appears to address the Colonial Pipeline shutdown. The hackers continue to expand: Cybereason reports they recently released a new version of their malware: DarkSide 2.0.
Persons: Cybereason, it's Organizations: Bloomberg, Colonial Pipeline, CNBC, WikiLeaks Locations: Boston, hospices
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