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Germany might have to extend measures to dampen the coronavirus pandemic into March, Chancellor Angela Merkel's chief of staff said on Thursday after officials agreed tighter rules at least until Dec. 20 on Wednesday. "After March, I am very optimistic because we will probably be able to vaccinate more and more people and it will be easier to keep infection rates low with the spring." Merkel agreed with leaders of Germany's 16 federal states late on Wednesday to extend and tighten the coronavirus lockdown until Dec. 20, but ease rules over the Christmas holidays to let families and friends celebrate together.
Figures show the number of hospitalised Covid-19 patients in the South West has steadily risen over the past few weeks.
Chelsea and Tottenham meet in a huge game at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. In the end, Spurs came out six to five winners and also had the only two players who needed no thought: Harry Kane and Heung-min Son.
Fuller's said its total number of employees had been reduced by 20%, translating to around 990 job losses. M&B reported an adjusted pretax loss of 32 million pounds for the year ended Sept. 26 and Fuller's a first-half loss of 22.2 million pounds. With 1.56 billion pounds in net debt as of Sept. 26, Mitchells & Butlers in June had agreed to revised financing arrangements with its main creditors to bolster its available reserves after avoiding a debt default in April.
Dublin, Nov. 26, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Capabilities Integration Shaping the Australia & New Zealand (ANZ) Secure Content Management Market, Forecast to 2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The Asia-Pacific (APAC) secure content management (SCM) market grew by 10.4% year-over-year (YoY) in 2019, declining slightly from 2018. Its top participants' growth varied because of their different market approaches.The overall email security market is maturing with slowing but steady growth. Heavily driving its cloud-based deployments are cloud-based email adoption, such as Office 365 and G Suite, and increasing regional remote workforces. The larger but less mature Web security market is also benefiting significantly from the latter. Moreover, enterprises are more reliant on Web applications and moving their workloads into the public cloud, necessitating cloud centricity.The addition of multiple functionalities into core capabilities is transforming the Web and email security markets. Various integrations, including data loss prevention (DLP), cloud access security broker (CASB), shared threat intelligence, and email/browser isolation, are blurring distinctions among cybersecurity solutions.Compliance demands and the growing and increasingly lethal email and Web-based attacks have raised SCM solutions take-up rates and market revenue substantially, likely aiding its future market growth.Market analyses aside, this study highlights vital SCM market drivers. These include ever-increasing cyberattacks compelling proper Web and email defenses implementation; remote working proliferation driving the need to secure self-owned and remote devices; and data security, privacy, and residency regulations sustaining short-term demand for on-premises SCM solutions.This study analyzes email security and Web security market trends from 2018 to 2024, with 2019 as the base year. Vertical segmentation covers the government, banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI), service providers, manufacturing, education, and other sectors, including pharmaceuticals, retail, logistics, oil and gas, energy, mining, agriculture, information technology (IT)/IT-enabled services (IT/ITES), eGaming, eCommerce, and business process outsourcing (BPO). Key Issues Addressed Is the SCM market growing? How long will it continue to grow, and at what rate?What were the key market trends in 2019? What trends will gain importance in the future?What are the key market drivers and restraints?Which regions and countries performed the best in 2019?How are the competitive landscapes in APAC and its sub-regions?What is the market growth forecast from 2019 to 2024? Key Topics Covered: 1. Executive Dashboard Three Growth Opportunities in Secure Content Management 2. Strategic Imperatives Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?The Strategic ImperativeThe Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on Secure Content Management IndustryGrowth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine 3. Growth Opportunity Analysis - Secure Content Management Secure Content Management Scope of AnalysisSecure Content Management SegmentationKey Competitors in Secure Content ManagementKey Growth Metrics for Secure Content Management, ANZKey FindingsRevenue Forecast for Secure Content Management, ANZRevenue Forecast BY Technology for Secure Content Management, ANZForecast Analysis for Secure Content Management, ANZDemand Analysis by Technology - Email Security, ANZDemand Analysis by Technology - Web Security, ANZRevenue Forecast by Country for Secure Content Management, ANZForecast Analysis by Country for Secure Content Management, ANZCompetitive Environment - Secure Content Management, ANZRevenue Share for Secure Content Management, ANZRevenue Share Analysis for Secure Content Management, ANZRevenue Share by Technology for Secure Content Management - Email Security, ANZRevenue Share Analysis by Technology for Secure Content Management - Email Security, ANZRevenue Share by Technology for Secure Content Management - Web Security, ANZRevenue Share Analysis by Technology for Secure Content Management - Web Security, ANZ 4. Competitive Analysis - Vendor Profiling Country/Region Code LegendCisco - OverviewSymantec - OverviewTrend Micro - Overview 5. Growth Opportunity Universe - Secure Content Management Growth Opportunity 1 - Cloud-based Email Security for Synchronicity with Cloud Email Migration, 2020Growth Opportunity 2 - Greater Integrated Web Security in Demand for Broader Web Security Capabilities, 2020Growth Opportunity 3 - Persistent on-premises Deployments for Continual Demand for Hardware Solutions, 2020 6. The Last Word 7. Next Steps Companies Mentioned Alps System IntegrationAxwayBarracudaCanon IT SolutionsCellopointCiscoClearswiftCrinityDaou TechDigital ArtsF-SecureForcepointFortinetH3CimatrixJiranSecurityKasperskyMcAfeeMenlo SecurityMimecastNetskopeProofpointQi An Xin GroupSangforSoftnext TechnologiesSomansaSonicWallSoosan INTSophosSymantecTrend MicroZscaler For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/ymjuyd Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research. CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager email@example.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
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Evergrande Property Services Group's Hong Kong IPO priced at the lower end of expectations to raise $1.8 billion, three sources said, the tepid demand underscoring concerns about the financial health of its debt-laden parent. The offering comes after a run of setbacks for China Evergrande Group, the country's second-biggest and most indebted property developer with some $124 billion in borrowings as of June. These include a secondary share sale last month that raised only half its initial target and the dropping of a plan to inject most of its property assets into a Shenzhen company via a backdoor listing.
Press Release Nokia provides province-wide 5G private wireless network to Citycom Telecommunication Graz, Austria Citycom Telecommunication Graz to offer high-availability autonomous private 5G networks for enterprises, public services and high-quality business solutions Subsidiary operator of Holding Graz GmbH, Citycom Graz will provide ICT services exclusively for priority business customers in Austria Smart City IoT use cases developed on private network are initial priority University of Graz to develop 5G IoT use cases on Nokia IMPACT IoT software platform 26 November 2020 Espoo, Finland – Nokia has been selected by Citycom Telecommunication Graz to deliver a 5G network covering Graz and the entire province of Styria, Austria. Following deployment, Citycom Graz will offer autonomous industrial-grade private wireless networks for public services and local businesses throughout the region. With initial implementation focused on IoT for Smart City applications, further use cases are being defined in close collaboration between Nokia and Citycom Graz. The network will also create new revenue opportunities for the city of Graz, as the primary stakeholder in Holding Graz, parent of Citycom Telecommunications Graz. Over time, Citycom Graz plans to invest more than €10M into the project. As part of this investment, the University of Applied Sciences, Graz will deploy the Nokia IMPACT IoT software platform, enabling it to research and develop future IoT use cases that leverage both local expertise and 5G networking. To support ongoing technical expertise in the region, the University of Applied Sciences, Graz will develop new IoT applications on the Nokia IMPACT IoT software platform as part of its post-graduate program. It is anticipated that this combination of 5G and IoT technologies will provide a platform for city innovation, developing use cases for deployment in local business and public services. Nokia IMPACT IoT platform offers a simplified, secure, standards-based, multi-tenant IoT platform to build and scale new IoT services, which enables governments to capture more customers, develop new business models, and differentiate their competitive position in the IoT market. Bernd Stockinger, General Manager, Citycom Telecommunications Graz, commented: “Given Nokia’s experience in providing robust, reliable private 5G networks we’re now able to provide the connectivity platform for technology innovations that can be utilized by a wide range of local stakeholders and public services providers.” Patrick Langelaan, Vice President Europe South, Nokia Enterprise, said, “More and more cities are realizing the benefits that low-latency, high-bandwidth connectivity can bring -- delivering high productivity and efficiency as well as enhanced citizen quality of life. With an ultra-reliable, high-performance 5G network, the city of Graz can take advantage of new applications becoming available, while also creating a local ecosystem of IoT excellence through use case development at the University of Graz.” As utility entity of Holding Graz, Citycom Graz will deliver the commercial launch of the network in Q1 2021. Initially with 50 macro base stations in the first phase, full deployment will comprise more than 200 sites. In addition to end-to-end 5G networking and IoT IMPACT platform, Nokia will also provide ongoing managed services, network planning and optimization. Citycom Graz is the latest operator to benefit from Nokia’s IMPACT software solution, with customers spanning other parts of Europe, as well as Latin America, Asia Pacific and North America. Additional resources Webpage: Future X Cities: Connecting your city to its futureWebpage: IMPACT IoT platform About Nokia We create the technology to connect the world. Only Nokia offers a comprehensive portfolio of network equipment, software, services and licensing opportunities across the globe. With our commitment to innovation, driven by the award-winning Nokia Bell Labs, we are a leader in the development and deployment of 5G networks. Our communications service provider customers support more than 6.4 billion subscriptions with our radio networks, and our enterprise customers have deployed over 1,300 industrial networks worldwide. Adhering to the highest ethical standards, we transform how people live, work and communicate. For our latest updates, please visit us online www.nokia.com and follow us on Twitter @nokia. Media Inquiries: Nokia Communications Phone: +358 10 448 4900 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Protests over a security bill approved in parliament this week have shown how France is struggling to balance its attachment to press freedom with its vision for an effective police force. The debate follows several years of intensified policing, and the increasing visibility of the security forces on social media. A proposal to ammend France’s press freedom laws to prevent online images being used to target individual police officers has touched on debates over security, police misconduct and social media.MPs gave a first stamp of appoval on Wednesday to proposed security laws that would impose a one-year prison sentence and 45,000 euro fine for anyone publishing images of “the face or any other identifying element” of a police officer “with the obvious goal of inflicting physical or psychological harm”.The measure would concern filmed or photographed images of officers “when these personnel act in the context of a police operation” published “by any means and on any platform”.France’s government and affiliated lawmakers insist the measure is meant to prevent police officers from becoming targets of threats and assaults.“The idea is that anyone using video images of demonstrations that show potential police violence to find the name or address of the person in the image would be prevented from doing so,” says Roland Lescure, an MP in President Emmanuel Macron’s Republic on the Move party.“In no way does the law aim to forbid people to film demonstrations or police interventions, or even to publish them.” Growing visibility of misconductCritics see an effort to clamp down on journalists and citizens whose mobile phone images have drawn attention to how police behave during public demonstrations and other law enforcement missions.Such images have captured police causing the death of a delivery man in Paris this year, as well as serious injuries and mutilations of protesters during Yellow Vest and other demonstrations.“Social networks made it possible to document these things,” says David Dufresne, writer and director of The Monopoly of Violence, a documentary on police misconduct released this year. “What we’ve been seeing in recent years has been the case for 20 to 30 years in poor neighbourhoods.”The images prompted warnings from international bodies including the United Nations Human Rights Council, the Council of Europe and the European Parliament.UN researchers warned President Macron again this month that the proposed law could harm human rights including freedom of expression, association and peaceful gatherings.Deteriorating relations with journalistsBut such warnings have not reversed trends that have seen protesters becoming more confrontational and police more assertive at public demonstrations in recent years.“Covering a demonstration today means having to protect yourself,” says independent photographer NnoMan, who notably covers strikes and other public protests. “I would not be able to work without a gas mask, safety goggles and a helmet… We often go to work afraid, not knowing what condition we’ll be in that evening, not knowing if we’ll spend the night at home or at a police station.”The sometimes tense relations between journalists and police in those circumstances hit a new low last week when officers asked reporters covering an outbreak of violence after the first rally against the security bill to leave or be arrested.“Sometimes we show misconduct, but we also show when they do good things and also when they are targeted,” says Thibault Izoret, a video reporter covering protests for newspaper Le Figaro.“This was the first time as a journalist I was told to leave the field, to not show what was happening. For the first time I was frightened of being arrested just for doing my job.” Last week, 30 news outlets including RFI wrote a letter of protest after Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin said journalists should seek accreditation with the police headquarters to cover demonstrations, remarks which he later retracted.But relations deteriorated further on Monday evening, when police were filmed roughing up journalists during a heavy-handed clearing of a migrant camp in Paris, further underlining concerns of an effort to censor information about police operations.Evolution of policing“If we provide police with enough security that they will not be directly, personally affected by threats, which they currently feel, they should feel all the more at ease to let people film their actions,” says Roland Lescure in defense of the proposed law.“It’s about trying find a more virtuous cycle by which the police feel more reassured and therefore less willing to act according to behaviours that are not necessarily completely lawful.”For critics though, what is happening now is the culmination of a long evolution in law enforcement.“For a long time, French law enforcement was about keeping crowds at a distance, absorbing the shock and avoiding confrontation as much as possible,” says David Dufresne. “Today, French policing is brutal, it mutilates, it kills, and it raises concern in moderate institutions” like the UN.“It’s true that more demonstrators go looking for a fight today than they did before, but that’s also the case in other countries, which have chosen to do what France did for a long time, but which is now a distant memory.”
Edison Investment Research Limited 26-Nov-2020 / 08:00 GMT/BST London, UK, 26 November 2020 Palace Capital (PCA): COVID-19 impacts actively managed Palace Capital's (PCA) H121 performance was robust and ahead of our central expectations. We have slightly increased FY21 earnings forecasts and introduced FY22-23 estimates, with growth driven by Hudson Quarter completion, on track for March 2021. Significant additional reversionary potential and development/refurbishment represent significant value creation potential. The PCA valuation remains undemanding. Our DPS forecasts represent a prospective yield of c 5.8%, ahead of the peer average (4.8%), and provide a significant premium to risk-free alternatives (10-year UK gilt yield less than 0.5%). The c 40% discount to EPRA NAV is wider than peers (c 30%). Click here to view the full report. Subscribe to Edison's content to receive reports by email. All reports published by Edison are free-to-access and available on the website. About Edison: Edison is an investment research and advisory company, with offices in North America, Europe, the Middle East and AsiaPac. The heart of Edison is our world-renowned equity research platform and deep multi-sector expertise. At Edison Investment Research, our research is widely read by international investors, advisers and stakeholders. Edison Advisors leverages our core research platform to provide differentiated services including investor relations and strategic consulting. Edison is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Edison is not an adviser or broker-dealer and does not provide investment advice. Edison's reports are not solicitations to buy or sell any securities. For more information please contact Edison: Martyn King, +44 (0)20 3077 5745 email@example.com Learn more at www.edisongroup.com and connect with Edison on: LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/edison-group- Twitter www.twitter.com/Edison_Inv_Res YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/EdisonITV/videos Dissemination of a CORPORATE NEWS, transmitted by EQS Group.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. End of Announcement - EQS News Service
DGAP-News: Your Family Entertainment AG / Key word(s): Alliance 26.11.2020 / 09:00 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Corporate News Your Family Entertainment AG (WKN A161N1; ISIN DE000A161N14) The new RiK: IFC Media and Your Family Entertainment AG relaunch first Slovak language Family TV Channel RiK Munich/Germany - Bratislava/Slovakia - 26 November 2020 - IFC Media, a leader in the distribution of TV channels and content in the Czech and Slovak markets, and Your Family Entertainment AG (YFE) from Germany team up to relaunch the first children and family TV channel RiK in Slovakia. The international growth of YFE's family of RiC/RiK channels continues: After launching its global network in 2019, YFE and IFC Media jointly announced today the relaunch of TV RiK, Slovakia's first TV channel for kids and families in Slovak language. The new linear Pay TV channel RiK is aimed at children and families and will broadcast award-winning films and series on a 24h basis. RiK the Raven, born in Ravensburg, Germany, is not only an iconic animated series but also the broadcaster's hilarious mascot for the family of TV networks worldwide. The relaunch of RiK in Slovakia represents the next step for the territorial expansion of channels after Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the launch of RiC International in cooperation with A1 Telekom (Austria) in 2019. RiK Slovakia continues the channel's tradition of offering highly entertaining content for children and families. It encompasses award-winning and educational shows in Slovak language, such as cult animation masterpieces "Country Mouse and City Mouse", "Timothy Goes to School", and "Marvin the Tap Dancing Horse" for younger kids. The line-up also includes international blockbuster series like "Dragon Hunters" or "Rescue Heroes" and popular live-action classics like "The Adventures of Family Robinson". RiK's launch in Slovakia comes at the right time to support kids in the current pandemic as lockdowns and social distancing weigh on children in particular. RiK's programmes are designed to be entertaining and fun while promoting social values and avoiding violence. Parents can thus rely on RiK to provide the right kind of entertainment for their loved ones in these difficult times. YFE's mission is to promote social values around the world through its programmes, a fact that was recently confirmed by Asset Impact, a German rating agency for companies compliant with environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria. "We are very excited about the partnership with YFE and the opportunity to return to Slovak families with our first Slovak language TV channel for kids. We firmly believe that RiK will enrich the TV-bouquets of all operators in Slovakia and fill a gap in the market with its strong focus on education, entertainment and promotion of social values," says Jozef Pipek, CEO of IFC Media. Bernd Wendeln, COO and Board Member of YFE, is delighted to announce the RiK channel launch: "Our Group strives to expand internationally by teaming up with great partners. We are thus excited to join forces with IFC Media and are looking forward to a long-term partnership. RiK comes at the exact right moment for children and families in Slovakia. The launch is yet another excellent example of YFE's ability to expand and build its business internationally, even in difficult times." About Your Family Entertainment AG Your Family Entertainment AG ("YFE") (WKN [German security code number]: A161N1, ISIN: DE000A161N14, Abbreviation: RTV) with headquarters in Munich/Germany is a producer and distributor of high-quality children and family programs with one of the largest broadcaster-independent libraries in Europe. Its stock includes well-known series such as "Enid Blyton", "Fix & Foxi" and "Altair". YFE additionally operates the award-winning Pay-TV kids channel "Fix&Foxi", which is available in the GAS-Region (German), in Africa and Middle East (Arabic and English). The Company also established free-to-air kids channel "RiC" with a current coverage of 34 Mio. households in the GAS region. In addition, YFE operates several mobile TV streams and digital channels worldwide About IFC IFC Media ("IFC") is a major commercial broadcast entertainment and media company in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. The group's operations encompass entertainment production, content and Pay TV distribution, television broadcasting and satellite tv production. The Company has been operating in the region since 2009. Contact at Your Family Entertainment AG: Laurence Robinet Your Family Entertainment AG Nordendstr. 64 80801 München Tel.: +49 (0) 89 99 72 71-0 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.yfe.tv www.fixundfoxi.tv Contact at IFC: Julia Popálená IFC MEDIA, S.R.O. Landererova 8 811 09 Bratislava Tel.: +421 910 739 782 Email: email@example.com www.ifcmedia.net 26.11.2020 Dissemination of a Corporate News, transmitted by DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.The DGAP Distribution Services include Regulatory Announcements, Financial/Corporate News and Press Releases. 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Helsinki, Finland, November 25, 2020 at 5.00 pm ISO 27001 Information Security Certification has been awarded to QPR Software for design, marketing, and delivering software services and solutions for process excellence as of November 13, 2020. "ISO 27001 is the international standard and accepted global benchmark for effective management of information security. This certification shows QPR Software's commitment to information security standards and provides assurance to our customers that best-practice information security processes and controls are applied throughout all our operations. Security is a top priority at QPR Software, not just in software development and cloud operations but in all areas of the business. All QPR Software employees are security aware and we have systems, processes and monitoring in place to ensure that our products stay secure from cybersecurity threats and our customers' data remains safe at all times," says Pekka Keskiivari, Senior Vice President, Products & Technology at QPR Software Plc. The ISO 27001 International Standard has been prepared to provide requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving an information security management system. The information security management system preserves the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information by applying a risk management process and gives confidence to interested parties that risks are adequately managed. QPR Software's certification was issued after the completion of a formal audit performed by Bureau Veritas, an independent and accredited certification body present in 140 countries with more than 78 000 employees. About QPR Software QPR Software Plc (Nasdaq Helsinki) provides process mining, performance management and enterprise architecture solutions for digital transformation, strategy execution, and business process improvement in over 50 countries. QPR software allows customers to gain valuable insights for informed decisions that make a difference. Dare to improve. www.qpr.com For additional information in QPR Software, please contact: Pekka KeskiivariSenior Vice President, QPR Software PlcE-mail: pekka.keskiivari(at)qpr.comTel. +358 40 717 2570 For additional information on QPR ProcessAnalyzer and related process mining solutions, please visit: https://www.qpr.com/products/qpr-processanalyzer
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