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Business case for controversial East Kilbride dualling project being reviewed say SLC

The business case for the dualling Stewartfield Way in East Kilbride is being “reviewed and updated” say South Lanarkshire Council.

We revealed in July that SLC had begun work on the business case for the controversial part-dualling of Stewartfield Way.

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Plans to dual the entire road were scrapped with the local authority doing a U-turn following a heated public consultation into the £62m City Deal proposals.

The preferred option following the consultation is only dualling the section between the James Hamilton Heritage Loch junction (at the eastern end of Stewartfield Crescent) eastwards to the Kingsgate/roundabout.

Proposals to introduce a new roundabout at the Playsport access and to

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Mazagon Dock – Bulls Vs Bears Case: Anil Singhvi explains strategy investors must follow



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Anil Singhvi Managing Editor of Zee Business says listing of Mazagon Dock today was much above the issue price but didn’t open as strong as it was expected. Some buying is happening in this counter but that was also not as strong as expected. The Market Guru said this is the first time in IPO history, on the listing day the channel is doing Bulls vs Bears case for a newly listed company. The reason for doing this analysis today is to help those participants understand who have got allotment about what they should do from here – hold or exit. It is also about telling those investors who didn’t get the allotment, whether they should invest at current market price.  

Bulls Case:  

Mazagon Dock is the only PSU shipyard company that makes conventional submarines and destroyers for Indian Navy. Order book of the company

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The Latest: South Korea has biggest case jump in a week

Ninety-two of the newly confirmed cases were in the Seoul metropolitan area, which has been at the center of a viral resurgence since mid-August. Health officials have been struggling to track transmissions linked to various places, including hospitals, churches, restaurants and an army unit in Pocheon, north of Seoul, where 37 soldiers so far have tested positive.

HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE VIRUS OUTBREAK:

— Pentagon says top military leaders are under self-quarantine

— How do I politely ask someone to wear a mask? If in store or restaurant, have a manager make the request

— Virginia Gov. Northam has mild symptoms 2 weeks after virus diagnosis

— Despite decades of warnings about the fragile supply lines bringing protective gear from overseas factories to America’s health care workers, the U.S. was unprepared for the coronavirus pandemic.

— Hospitals and staff are stretched to their limits again in

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NAACP: social workers, judges need better training; a second questionable case of transracial adoption emerges | Courts

A controversial adoption case that has generated accusations of racism shows that police aren’t the only government officials who need to be aware of implicit bias and systemic racism, an official with the Manchester NAACP chapter said last week.

Donna Brown, a lawyer and chair of the chapter’s legal redress committee, said the case of Sandra and Clyde Lunsford — Black grandparents whose efforts to adopt their biracial grandchildren have been rejected by New Hampshire officials — is not an isolated case.

Mageorie Richardson, a Haitian-American in Medford, Mass., who has seen her nephews placed with a White family in New Hampshire, said this state’s social workers and judges have stymied her efforts to adopt her two biracial nephews.

“People who look like me, we don’t get justice,” Richardson said.

Brown said the second case reinforces the Manchester NAACP’s concern about how New Hampshire handles transracial adoptions.

“The recent focus

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Utah District Court Rules in Favor of Overstock in Class Action Securities Case

SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Overstock.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:OSTK) announced today that the United States District Court for the District of Utah ruled in favor of Overstock in a 27-page memorandum decision and order dismissing the securities class action case filed against the company, Patrick Byrne, Greg Iverson, and Dave Nielsen in September 2019. Overstock and other defendants filed motions to dismiss with the district court and argued that the complaint filed against them by the Mangrove Partners Fund, LTD, should be dismissed in its entirety. The district court agreed.

“We have great respect for the United States district and appellate courts and are pleased the Utah District Court accepted our arguments,” said Overstock Vice President and General Counsel, E. Glen Nickle.

Overstock is represented by John C. Dwyer, Jessica Valenzuela Santamaria, and Jeff Lombard of Cooley LLP, and Erik A. Christiansen of Parsons Behle & Latimer.

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Business lobby tries to block release of Wisconsin COVID-19 case data

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An American Foods Group employee walks past a sign that says “Heroes trabajan aquí,” meaning “Heroes work here,” on April 28 in Green Bay. (Photo: Sarah Kloepping/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)

A judge temporarily blocked the state health department from releasing the names of businesses linked to COVID-19 cases on Thursday, after the Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce sued to stop the release of the information to media outlets.

The state’s largest business lobbying group argued Thursday that the records are protected by patient confidentiality laws and that disclosure will “irreparably” harm businesses by “effectively blacklisting them.”

The order from Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Lloyd V. Carter will remain in effect for five days. 

Track COVID-19 in Wisconsin: See the latest numbers and trends

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel requested Wisconsin Department of Health Services data on facilities associated with COVID-19 cases on June 6.

The department announced in July that it

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Former HR Director At Southington Business Charged In Fraud Case

SOUTHINGTON, CT — The 36-year-old former human resources director of a Southington garden center and landscaping business is facing several charges related to a $78,000-plus embezzlement investigation, police said Thursday.

Southington police began investigating the case on Sept. 20, when a local business, Winterberry Gardens, alerted authorities to several “financial discrepancies” related to a credit card used by the business and assigned to the human resources manager, Charles Allen, according to a report.

According to a report issued by police Thursday, financial statements dating from June 19, 2019 back to Oct. 3, 2017 showed a total of $78,150 in unauthorized charges.

In one instance, Allen filled out fraudulent invoices for an federal Occupational Safety and Hazard Administration training course in the amount of $3,o00, according to a report.

The business also reported that 11 charges, in large amounts, were sent to squareup.com, an account Allen had set up to route

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Distracted driving business case is a call-to-action for Canada’s employers

Distracted Driving & Workplace Safety Policies: A Business Case for Employers

See link in press release to download CCDD Business Case in English
See link in press release to download CCDD Business Case in English
See link in press release to download CCDD Business Case in English

Distracted Driving & Workplace Safety Policies: A Business Case for Employers – Executive Summary

See link in press release to download CCDD Business Case – Executive Summary in English
See link in press release to download CCDD Business Case – Executive Summary in English
See link in press release to download CCDD Business Case – Executive Summary in English

OTTAWA, Sept. 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, the Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) released a new report, Distracted Driving & Workplace Safety Policies: A Business Case for Employers, from its Canadian Coalition on Distracted Driving. It was developed in consultation with The Co-operators, Drop It And Drive®, the trucking industry, and workplace health and safety representatives. This report underscores the importance of distracted driving policies in the workplace

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Business of Football: Big Ten returns; Tyrod Taylor’s legal case

Before getting to the usual column, a word about today’s breaking news of positive COVID-19 tests shutting down team activities in the NFL:

Despite all the vigilance that the NFL and its players have shown, it was inevitable that COVID-19 would rear its head with a group of players and/or team personnel. That has now happened with the Titans and, by extension, their opponent on Sunday, the Vikings. It is way too early for alarm, as this “abundance of caution” (keeping teams out of their facilities) is what we have all prepared for. But as I said throughout the offseason, playing through the pandemic is no sure thing. The NFL has powered through with confidence since March: Free agency, the draft and training camp all went full speed ahead with necessary testing and precautions. And the first month of the season seemed surprisingly normal, with the biggest COVID-19 story line

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Coronavirus case shuts down Jersey City MVC agency for a week

The state Motor Vehicle Commission’s Jersey City agency on Summit Avenue will be closed until Oct. 6 after an employee there tested positive for the coronavirus according to the commission.

The agency, which currently handles motor vehicle transactions only, will be closed for more than a week, after it was shut down late Monday. The MVC tweeted the information to patrons.

“The Jersey City Vehicle Center is closed due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19. We posted a closure notice last (Monday) night,” said William Connolly, an MVC spokesman. “The Jersey City Vehicle Center will remain closed until contact tracers have cleared a sufficient number of employees to reopen or any required quarantine is complete.”

The commissions’s current plan is to reopen the center on Tuesday, Oct. 6, he said.

The news comes as drivers continue to line up at agencies to do in-person business after they were closed

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