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Danish footballer Christian Eriksen’s collapse on the pitch was not a result of a COVID-19 vaccine, despite false speculation on social media. Inter Milan’s director told reporters that the club midfielder has not been vaccinated. This prompted widespread speculation on social media that the incident was a potential adverse reaction to a COVID-19 vaccine. Inter Milan’s director Giuseppe Marotta dismissed the suggestion, telling Rai Sport: “He didn’t have COVID and wasn’t vaccinated either” (here). Inter Milan’s director says Christian Eriksen has not received a COVID-19 vaccine, and this is therefore not the reason for his collapse during Denmark’s Euro 2020 opener.
Persons: Christian, Eriksen, , Giuseppe Marotta, Rai, Christian Eriksen, Read Organizations: Inter, Finland, Twitter, Radio Sportiva, “ Inter Milan, Pfizer, Facebook, Reuters Locations: Italy
The E3 gaming expo kicked off on Saturday and runs until Tuesday, when Nintendo is expected to showcase its new releases. Microsoft, Ubisoft and Square Enix were among the big publishers that presented over the weekend. Still, E3 is often used as a platform for major players to drum up hype for their new blockbusters. Microsoft teases StarfieldThe biggest reveal of the weekend was undoubtedly Starfield, an upcoming sci-fi epic from Microsoft's Bethesda. But a big surprise from the Ubisoft showcase was a game based on James Cameron's 2009 sci-fi film "Avatar."
Persons: Todd Howard, Starfield, Christian Petersen, Geoff Keighley, exclusives, Jack Sparrow, Giancarlo Esposito, James Cameron's, It's, Tom Clancy's, Mario, Ubisoft's, Rabbids Organizations: Getty, Nintendo, Microsoft, Ubisoft, Enix, Sony, Microsoft's Bethesda, ZeniMax Media, Bethesda, Sunday, AAA, PlayStation, Forza Horizon, Netflix, Pirates, Pandora, Rainbow Locations: Microsoft's, Caribbean, French, Hope
BP joins consortium seeking wind power off Norway
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) sentiment -0.94   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann/File PhotoBritish oil major BP (BP.L) will join Norway's Statkraft (STATKF.UL) and Aker Offshore Wind (AOW-ME.OL) to bid for permits to build offshore wind power projects off Norway, the companies said on Monday. The consortium also plans to explore opportunities to provide renewable power to electrify offshore oil and gas facilities, they added. Statkraft has previously been involved in developing offshore wind parks off Britain, but exited the business several years ago citing high costs. Aker Offshore Wind is controlled by Norway's Aker ASA (AKER.OL), a group which also controls Norwegian independent oil firm Aker BP (AKERBP.OL), where BP has a 30% stake. Norway's government said last week offshore wind projects in the Soerlige Nordsjoe II area will have to be developed without subsidies.
Persons: Arnd, Norway's, Christian Rynning, Toennesen, Statkraft Organizations: BP, REUTERS, Aker, EU, Norway's Aker ASA, Aker BP, Thomson Locations: Kloten, Switzerland, Aker, Norway, Denmark, Britain, Norwegian
Denmark's Eriksen undergoing detailed examinations, says agent
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
Christian Eriksen's agent said the player is undergoing detailed examinations after the Denmark international collapsed with a cardiac arrest during his side's Euro 2020 opening match against Finland on Saturday. The doctors are doing some detailed examinations, it will take time," Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport on Monday cited Eriksen's agent Martin Schoots as saying. Eriksen was playing in his 66th competitive game in the one year since soccer restarted following a shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. The messages of support for Eriksen have come pouring in, from within the game and beyond, something that Schoots said has helped cheer up the Dane. But in any case he wants to support his teammates against Belgium."
Persons: Christian, Martin Schoots, Eriksen, Schoots, Dane Organizations: Denmark, Finland, Gazzetta dello, Inter, Belgium, Thomson Locations: Finland, Inter Milan
(CNN) Denmark striker Martin Braithwaite has criticized UEFA, European football's governing body, for forcing the players to play their Euro 2020 match against Finland on Saturday after teammate Christian Eriksen's collapse. The match was suspended following prolonged efforts from the medical staff to resuscitate Eriksen with CPR and a defibrillator. Players from both teams were visibly distressed as he was being attended to by medics. "We had two choices from UEFA, to go out and play the match immediately or play the next day at noon," he said during a press conference on Monday. Many of the players were not in a condition to play this match.
Persons: Martin Braithwaite, Christian Eriksen's, Eriksen, Braithwaite, Read Organizations: CNN, UEFA, Finland, Saturday, CPR Locations: Denmark, European
Denmark fans shout out Denmark's midfielder Christian Eriksen's name after the suspension of the UEFA EURO 2020 Group B football match between Denmark and Finland at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen on June 12, 2021. Christian Eriksen's agent says the midfielder is "making jokes" in hospital but wants answers from doctors after suffering a cardiac arrest during Denmark's Euro 2020 opener. Eriksen was given emergency CPR on the pitch during Saturday's game against Finland, which was temporarily suspended as the 29-year-old was taken to Rigshospitalet, a hospital near Parken Stadium in Copenhagen. Martin Schoots, Eriksen's agent, told Italian outlet Gazzetta on Sunday that the Dane is in good spirits, and is "happy" after seeing the support he has received from around the game. He was making jokes, he was in a good mood, I thought he was well," Schoots said.
Persons: Christian Eriksen's, Christian, Eriksen, Morten Boesen, Martin Schoots, Dane, Schoots Organizations: UEFA, Finland, Gazzetta, Inter Locations: Denmark, Finland, Copenhagen, Parken, Italian
There's no public real estate listing for Penthouse B atop London's super luxury high-rise One Hyde Park. The One Hyde Park apartment building contains some of London's most expensive apartments. And the interior design is by the brothers' firm, Candy & Candy. Candy LondonThe penthouse and its two wraparound terraces deliver breathtaking views of London's Hyde Park, one of the city's most famous royal parklands. Candy London
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Ned Beatty, the indelible character actor whose first film role as a genial vacationer brutally raped by a backwoodsman in 1972′s “Deliverance” launched him on a long, prolific and accomplished career, has died. After years in regional theater, Beatty was cast in “Deliverance” as Bobby Trippe, the happy-go-lucky member of a male river-boating party terrorized by backwoods thugs. Between movies, Beatty worked often in TV and theater. Ned Thomas Beatty was born in 1937 in Louisville, Ky., and raised in Lexington, where he joined the Protestant Disciples of Christ Christian Church. Boorman told him the role was cast, but changed his mind after seeing Beatty audition.
Persons: Ned Beatty, vacationer, , Deborah Miller, Beatty, Bobby Trippe, brutalized, ” Beatty, rancor, Arthur Jensen, Otis, Lex Luther, Christopher Reeve “, , Josef Locke, “ Roseanne ”, John Goodman’s, Big, Ashley Judd, Jason Patric, “ Ashley, Patric, “ He’s, Ned Thomas Beatty, “ Harvey, Vanya ”, Arthur Miller’s “, John Boorman, Boorman, Sandra Johnson Organizations: , Broadway, The New York Times, Christ Christian Church, Associated Press, Company Locations: Los Angeles, , Nashville, , United States, The, Louisville, Ky, Lexington, Abingdom , Virginia, Washington ,, New York
Christian Eriksen, the soccer player who collapsed on the on the field during a Euro 2020 match on Saturday is in "stable" condition and has "sent greetings to his teammates, the Danish Football Union said in a statement Sunday. The 29-year-old midfielder "continues to be hospitalized for further examination," said the statement which was posted to Twitter. It added that his teammates and staff with the Denmark team had received "crisis assistance." Kjaer then told his teammates to cover Eriksen from cameras as he was treated on the field for around 10 minutes, before he was carried off on a stretcher. Denmark lost to Finland 1-0, and Eriksen was named player of the match.
Persons: Christian Eriksen, Eriksen, Simon Kjaer, Kjaer Organizations: Danish Football Union, Twitter, Denmark, Finland, Players, NBC, Forza Chris Locations: Danish, Copenhagen
Denmark’s team doctor said Sunday that Christian Eriksen’s heart stopped and that “he was gone” before being resuscitated with a defibrillator at the European Championship. Eriksen collapsed during Denmark’s opening Euro 2020 group game against Finland on Saturday and was given lengthy medical treatment before regaining consciousness. And it was cardiac arrest,” said team doctor Morten Boesen, who led the work in giving Eriksen treatment on the field. That’s quite fast.”Eriksen was in stable condition at a Copenhagen hospital and had spoken to teammates via video link on Sunday, team officials said. Boesen said it was still unclear what caused the midfielder’s collapse.
Persons: Eriksen, , Morten Boesen, ” Eriksen, Boesen Organizations: European, Finland Locations: Copenhagen
Eriksen's former cardiologist says he had no history of heart concerns
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( ) + 0.90   time to read: +2 min
But I have looked at all the test results and everything looked perfect," Sharma told The Mail on Sunday. "From the day we signed him, it was my job to screen him and we tested him every year. So certainly his tests up to 2019 were completely normal, with no obvious underlying cardiac fault. Former Bolton Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba said that Eriksen's collapse brought back painful memories of his cardiac arrest on the pitch in an FA Cup match in 2012. To watch it from that distance and not know what was going to happen," Muamba told the BBC.
Persons: Denmark's Christian Eriksen, Hannah Mckay Denmark, Christian Eriksen, Eriksen, Sanjay Sharma, Sharma, Fabrice Muamba, Muamba Organizations: Soccer Football, Parken, Finland, Premier League, Tottenham Hotspur, St, George's University of London, Inter Milan, Bolton, FA, BBC, Thomson Locations: Denmark, Finland, Copenhagen, England
Denmark's Eriksen still in hospital, condition is stable
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( ) + 0.84   time to read: +1 min
Soccer Football - Euro 2020 - Group B - Denmark v Finland - Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark - June 12, 2021 Denmark's Christian Eriksen during the warm up before the match Pool via REUTERS/Jonathan NackstrandDenmark midfielder Christian Eriksen remained in hospital and was in stable condition on Sunday, after collapsing during his side's Euro 2020 opening match with Finland and being given CPR on the pitch on Saturday, the Danish football association said. "This morning we have spoken to Christian Eriksen, who has sent his greetings to his teammates. His condition is stable, and he continues to be hospitalized for further examination," Danish FA DBU said on Twitter. Eriksen, 29, collapsed suddenly in the 42nd minute of the match while running near the left touchline after a Denmark throw-in. "We would like to thank everyone for the heartfelt greetings to Christian Eriksen from fans, players, the royal families from both Denmark and England, international associations, clubs etc," it said.
Persons: Denmark's Christian Eriksen, Jonathan Nackstrand, Christian Eriksen, DBU, Eriksen Organizations: Soccer Football, Parken, REUTERS, Twitter, Inter Milan, Thomson Locations: Denmark, Finland, Copenhagen, Jonathan Nackstrand Denmark, Danish, England
Dutch political gridlock deepens as key lawmaker quits Christian Democrat party
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
An impasse in Dutch politics deepened over the weekend after a key lawmaker quit the Christian Democrats, threatening a split in Prime Minister Mark Rutte's most important possible coalition partner. Rutte's conservative VVD party finished first in March 17 elections with 21% of the vote, but given the fractured political landscape Rutte needs every member of the centre-right Christian Democrat party and two or possibly three other parties to achieve a majority in parliament. The lawmaker who quit the party, Pieter Omtzigt, said in a statement he intends to retain his seat. An advocate of transparency, he was instrumental in bringing to light a scandal that prompted Rutte's previous government to resign. In April Rutte narrowly survived a no-confidence vote over the matter and coalition talks have since been mired over how Dutch politics could become more transparent and whether Rutte can continue.
Persons: Mark Rutte's, Pieter Omtzigt, Rutte, Rutte's, Omtzigt, pollster Maurice de Hond Organizations: Christian Democrats, Christian Democrat, Thomson Locations: Omtzigt
Former internationals criticise UEFA after Eriksen's collapse
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( Philip O'Connor | ) + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Hannah MckayFormer Danish internationals Peter Schmeichel and Michael Laudrup have harshly criticised governing body UEFA over their handling of the collapse of Christian Eriksen during Denmark's Euro 2020 opener against Finland on Saturday. "Something terrible like that happens and UEFA gives the players an option to go out and play the game or come back at 1200 on Sunday. His sentiments were echoed by Laudrup, widely considered to be one of the greatest players ever to play for Denmark. "They were given a choice that is not a choice -- play tonight, or play tomorrow at 12. I think that, I'm sorry, but that is not a choice," Laudrup said.
Persons: Christian Eriksen, Hannah Mckay, Peter Schmeichel, Michael Laudrup, Eriksen, Schmeichel, Kasper, Laudrup, Denmark's Organizations: Finland, REUTERS, Danish, UEFA, Denmark, BBC, Finns, Denmark's TV3, Danish Football Association, Thomson Locations: Denmark, Copenhagen
Osaka announced in the build-up to the French Open that she would not attend the mandatory post-match press conferences for players, saying the questioning by journalists impacts her mental well-being. "On the $15,000 fine, you noticed we did not want to put that fine at the maximum. It was a very sensitive and difficult situation, but we believe we really treated that with respect, with care. "And yes, of course, on mental health, we can do better. The world number two's withdrawal, however, subjected the four Grand Slams to criticism from fans and pundits for their handling of the matter.
Persons: Roland Garros, Naomi Osaka, Romania's Patricia Maria Tig, Christian Hartmann, Japan's Osaka, Amelie Oudea, Castera, Gilles Moretton, We'll Organizations: Osaka, Japan's, Wimbledon, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, French, Osaka
Germany's Laschet vows to raise military spending if elected
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
Tobias Schwarz/Pool via REUTERSGermany must increase military spending and take on a greater share of military burdens within NATO, the conservative candidate to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor said in a newspaper interview on Sunday. Laschet, backed by Merkel's conservatives to run for chancellor at the Sept. 26 election, said he would ensure that Germany, Europe's largest economy, meets the alliance's spending target of 2% of gross domestic product. "When we have agreed something internationally, we should stick to it", he told Welt am Sonntag (WamS). He said the Bundeswehr, the federal armed forces, should take on more responsibility in Africa, around the Mediterranean and in Mali. read moreBut the Greens reject the two percent NATO target as they deem it costly and arbitrary.
Persons: Armin Laschet, Tobias Schwarz, Angela Merkel, Welt, Emmanuel Macron Organizations: Christian Democratic Union, CDU, REUTERS, NATO, Atlantic Treaty Organization, Bundeswehr, Union, United Nations, Sunday, Democrats, CSU, Greens, Green Party, Thomson Locations: Saxony, Anhalt, Berlin, Germany, REUTERS Germany, Brussels, China, Russia, Europe's, Africa, Mali, Sahel, Bavarian
Denmark's Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest when he collapsed during his side's Euro 2020 opening match against Finland, his team's doctor confirmed on Sunday, but the reason remained unclear. "He was gone; we did cardiac resuscitation, it was a cardiac arrest. Eriksen, 29, collapsed suddenly in the 42nd minute of the match while running near the left touchline after a Denmark throw-in. The Danish players had been in contact with Eriksen via a video conference, said Peter Moller, director of Danish football association DBU. "Looking back, I honestly don't think that we should have been back on the pitch," Hjulmand said.
Persons: Christian Eriksen, Denmark's Christian Eriksen, Morten Boesen, Eriksen, Boesen, " Eriksen, Peter Moller, Kasper Hjulmand, Hjulmand, Christian, he's, Peter Schmeichel, Michael Laudrup Organizations: UEFA, Finland, DBU, Inter Milan, Danish Locations: Denmark, Finland, Copenhagen
Danish soccer player Christian Eriksen collapsed in the first half of his team’s Euro 2020 match against Finland on Saturday. "The UEFA EURO 2020 match in Copenhagen has been suspended due to a medical emergency," the Union of European Football Associations tweeted. The UEFA EURO 2020 match in Copenhagen has been suspended due to a medical emergency. — UEFA (@UEFA) June 12, 2021Eriksen was walking alone near the sideline around the 42nd minute when he appeared to stumble and then fall forward. He was then transferred to a hospital, where he has been stabilized, according to the Union of European Football Associations.
Persons: Christian Eriksen, Eriksen, Fabrice Muamba, — fabrice muamba Organizations: Finland, UEFA, Union of European Football Associations, Players, NBC Sports, Bolton, FA Locations: Copenhagen, Denmark, Finland
Denmark's Eriksen conscious in hospital after collapsing at Euro 2020
  + stars: | 2021-06-12 | by ( Philip O'Connor | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
The game was initially suspended and later postponed. Eriksen collapsed suddenly in the 42nd minute of the match while running near the left touchline after a Denmark throw-in. Teammates Martin Braithwaite and Thomas Delaney rushed to assist him, with Delaney beckoning furiously for medical assistance. The news that Eriksen had been taken to hospital was greeted by the crowd chanting his name. The game was scoreless when Eriksen, who plays club soccer for Inter Milan in Italy, collapsed.
Persons: Kasper Hjulmand, Christian Eriksen, Wolfgang Rattay, Eriksen, Martin Braithwaite, Thomas Delaney, Delaney beckoning, Eriksen's Organizations: Soccer Football, Parken, Denmark, REUTERS, Finland, Reuters, Inter Milan, Thomson Locations: Denmark, Finland, Copenhagen, Wolfgang Rattay Denmark, Danish, Rigshospitalet, Italy
MLB roundup: Mets beat Padres despite Jacob deGrom getting injured
  + stars: | 2021-06-12 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +9 min
The run-scoring hit gave deGrom more RBIs (five) than earned runs allowed (four). Cardinals starting pitcher Johan Oviedo allowed four runs on five hits and one walk in 4 1/3 innings. Astros 6, Twins 4Martin Maldonado ripped a tiebreaking double in the ninth inning and Jose Altuve homered for the third straight game to help Houston beat Minnesota at Minneapolis. Brewers 7, Pirates 4Christian Yelich hit a two-run double during a five-run seventh inning to help Milwaukee top visiting Pittsburgh. Alcantara (4-5) struck out six and allowed five hits, two walks and two runs while winning his second straight start.
Persons: Jacob deGrom, Miguel Castro, deGrom, Wil Myers, Cy Young, Blake Snell, Kevin Pillar, Billy McKinney, Snell, Jose Peraza, Edwin Diaz, Machado, Anthony DeSclafani, Max Scherzer, Buster Posey, Scherzer, Dave Martinez, Joc Pederson, St, Louis, Kohl Stewart, Tommy Nance, Craig Kimbrel, Johan Oviedo, Genesis Cabrera, Alex Verdugo, Enrique Hernandez, Bo Bichette, Verdugo, Rafael Dolis, Danny Santana, Bobby Dalbec, Christian Arroyo, Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Aaron Civale, Bobby Bradley, Amed Rosario, Jose Ramirez, Justin Dunn, Yoan Moncada, Adam Engel, Danny Mendick, Lucas Giolito, Liam Hendricks, Mendick, Jose Cisnero, Tim Anderson, Daz Cameron, Isaac Paredes, Nomar Mazara, Martin Maldonado, Jose Altuve, Yuli Gurriel, Alex Bregman, Michael Brantley, Jose Urquidy, Ryne Stanek, Ryan Pressly, Yelich, Jackie Bradley Jr, Milwaukee's Brandon Woodruff, Josh Hader, Ben Gamel, Gregory Polanco, Ke'Bryan Hayes, Chase De Jong, Brandon Lowe, Ryan Yarbrough, Yarbrough, Andrew Kittredge, J.P, Pete Fairbanks, Tyler Mahle, Nick Castellanos, Scott Heineman, Joey Votto, Kyle Farmer, Tyler Stephenson, Kyle Freeland, Raimel Tapia, Charlie Blackmon, Ryan McMahon, Brendan Rodgers, Sandy Alcantara, Jazz Chisholm, Yimi Garcia, Ozzie Albies, Ronald Acuna Jr, Charlie Morton Organizations: New York Mets, San Diego Padres, Mets, Cy, Giants, Nationals, San Francisco, Washington, Colorado Rockies, Cubs, Cardinals, Chicago, Red Sox, Blue Jays, Boston, Toronto, Mariners, American League's, Cleveland, Seattle, White Sox, Tigers, Detroit, Astros, Houston, Minnesota, Brewers, Pirates, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Orioles, Tampa Bay, Baltimore, New York Yankees, Reds, Rockies, Cincinnati, Marlins, Braves, Miami, Atlanta, Thomson Locations: Brandon Belt, Toronto, American, Seattle, Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis, St . Petersburg, Fla, Colorado, Alcantara
Live Euro 2020: Denmark’s Christian Eriksen Collapses During Match Eriksen received urgent medical treatment on the field during a game against Finland and was reported to be awake at the hospital. Credit... Friedemann Vogel/Pool, via Reuters Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen collapsed to the field late in the first half of his team’s game against Finland at Euro 2020 on Saturday in Copenhagen. — UEFA EURO 2020 (@EURO2020) June 12, 2021 The incident happened in the 43rd minute of a scoreless game. When the Finnish fans chanted “Christian,” their Danish counterparts answered with “Eriksen.” Parken hyllar Christian Eriksen. ✍🏼 An open letter to national team players.
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The Euro 2020 match between Denmark and Finland resumed Saturday nearly two hours after Danish soccer player Christian Eriksen collapsed in the first half of the game. The star midfielder was walking alone near the sideline around the 42nd minute when he appeared to stumble and then fall forward. Eriksen, 29, was taken off the field on a stretcher after needing medical attention for about 10 minutes. The game was suspended due to the medical emergency, but UEFA "agreed to restart the match" after receiving requests from players of both teams. "At these times, the unity of the football family is so strong and he and his family carry with them the good wishes and prayers of everyone.
Persons: Christian Eriksen, Eriksen's, Fabrice Muamba, Eriksen, leksander Čeferin, Christian Organizations: UEFA European Championship, Saturday, Players, NBC Sports, Bolton Wanderers, FA, Union of European Football, UEFA Locations: London, United Kingdom, Denmark, Finland, Copenhagen
Eriksen was surrounded by his teammates while being treated on the pitch and then stretchered away. The game was eventually restarted an hour and 45 minutes later after news came through that he had regained consciousness. Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand said several of his players had been too overwhelmed by the incident to finish the match. Several players, including captain Simon Kjaer who plays for Milan in Italy, were too upset to finish the game, he said. Hjulmand said the players came together in the dressing room, supporting each other and allowing themselves to show their emotions.
Persons: Kasper Hjulmand, Christian Eriksen, Wolfgang Rattay Denmark’s Christian Eriksen, Morten Boesen, Eriksen, Boesen, Christian, Hjulmand, Simon Kjaer, , what’s Organizations: Soccer Football, Parken, Denmark, REUTERS, Finland, UEFA, Milan, Thomson Locations: Denmark, Finland, Copenhagen, Boesen, Italy
German psychedelic startup Atai targets valuation of $2.3 billion in U.S. IPO
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
(Reuters) - Atai Life Sciences B.V., backed by billionaire investor Peter Thiel, said on Friday it was looking to raise as much as $214.3 million through a U.S. initial public offering, targeting a valuation of about $2.3 billion. The Berlin-based biotech startup, which is exploring the use of psychedelic treatments for mental health disorders, said it planned to sell around 14.29 million shares priced between $13 and $15 per share. (’s co-founder Christian Angermayer is an advocate of the mental health benefits of psychedelics such as psilocybin, the active ingredient in so-called magic mushrooms, for the treatment of depression, anxiety and substance use disorders. Launched in 2018, Atai has raised $362.3 million in cash so far, a regulatory filing showed. Atai will be listed on the Nasdaq and will trade under the ticker symbol “ATAI”.
Persons: Peter Thiel, Atai’s, Christian Angermayer, Atai, Cowen, Berenberg Organizations: Reuters, Sciences, U.S, Nasdaq, Credit Suisse, Citigroup, underwriters Locations: Berlin, U.S
FILE PHOTO: Chairman of the board Paul Achleitner delivers his speech during the annual shareholder meeting of Germany’s largest business bank, Deutsche Bank, in Frankfurt, Germany, May 23, 2019. Deutsche Bank declined to comment. In particular, they have been concerned by lapses in Deutsche’s money laundering controls - a problem that extends back throughout Achleitner’s tenure. Furthermore, accepting the position at Deutsche Bank would require him to resign from a job that paid him 6 million euros last year - a multiple of Achleitner’s earnings. Graphic - Bumpy ride: Deutsche's share price over the past decade:Regulators have struggled for years to rein in Deutsche Bank following numerous scandals and governance issues.
Persons: Paul Achleitner, Kai Pfaffenbach, Andrea Enria, BaFin, Theodor Weimer, Weimer, Norbert Winkeljohann, Frank Witter, Winkeljohann, Witter, Achleitner, , Vanda Rothacker, Christian Organizations: European Central Bank, Deutsche Bank, REUTERS, ECB, Deutsche, Regulators, Bayer, Union Investment, U.S . Department of Justice, Danske Bank, Reuters Locations: FRANKFURT, Frankfurt, Germany, Russia
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