CALGARY, Alberta, Nov. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Board of Directors of Computer Modelling Group Ltd. (“CMG” or the “Company”) announces a dividend of $0.05 per Common Share on CMG’s Common Shares. The dividend will be paid on December 15, 2020 to shareholders of record at the close of business on December 7, 2020.
Computer Modelling Group Ltd. is a computer software technology and consulting company serving the oil and gas industry. CMG, recognized by oil and gas companies worldwide as a leading developer of reservoir modelling software, has sales and technical support services based in Calgary, Houston, London, Dubai, Bogota, and Kuala Lumpur. CMG is the leading supplier of advanced processes reservoir modelling software in the world with a blue chip client base of international oil companies and technology centers in approximately 60 countries. The Company’s shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the trading symbol
CHANDLER, Ariz., Nov. 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — (NASDAQ: MCHP) – Microchip Technology Incorporated, a leading provider of smart, connected and secure embedded control solutions, today announced that its Board of Directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend on its common stock of 36.85 cents per share. The dividend is payable on December 4, 2020 to stockholders of record on November 20, 2020. Microchip initiated quarterly cash dividend payments in the third quarter of fiscal year 2003 and has increased its dividend 65 times since its inception.
“Microchip’s financial performance in the September 2020 quarter was strong given the uncertain economic conditions driven by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Steve Sanghi, Chief Executive Officer. “Our Board is pleased to declare an increase in our quarterly dividend to a record 36.85 cents per share, which continues to reflect confidence in the cash-generating capability of our business, as well as our ongoing commitment
The Mark Zuckerberg-led social network has pledged to add “more specific information” to posts in question and in “top-of-feed notifications,” releasing an image that showed what the labels will look like for its users on Facebook and Instagram.
It will read: “Votes are being counted. The winner of the 2020 U.S. presidential election has not been projected.”
On Facebook, a link will redirect users to legitimate updates, including latest results, being shown in the app’s Voting Information Center.
Facebook said it will remove content that attempts to “suppress participation, intimidate voters, or organize to
The analysis, performed by communication coaching software VoiceVibes, gave Trump a victory on 5 out of the 7 topics based on vocal delivery and how “polished” the participants sounded, according to the Washington Times.
Trump reportedly outscored Biden on the topics of climate change, race relations in America, national security, leadership, and healthcare.
The methodology tracks what the company calls “graded performances on a scale of 0-10 (10 being best) based on dimensions of vocal delivery (meaning how professional and polished they sound, as following known best practices for speakers) and also predicts how a typical audience would perceive the speakers by using AI models that were trained on millions of data points on human perception of voice.”
One question garnering praise for Welker is one that appeared to be directed to all White Americans.
NBC News White House correspondent Kristen Welker is being praised today for her calm, able performance moderating the final presidential debate last night in Nashville.
Welker, 44, was the only person of color chosen to moderate a debate during this presidential election cycle. She was tasked with helping ensure a smoother event than the candidates’ first one-on-one exchange on Sept. 29, which saw Fox News’ Chris Wallace largely lose control while both President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden shouted and interrupted each other.
New York Times opinion writer Jamelle Bouiedeclared the “winner of the debate is
Nobody’s purrrrfect, but Chris Pratt trying to give away his cat on Twitter is far from ideal. After a recent tweet asking folks to eliminate one of Hollywood’s Chrises (Hemsworth, Pratt, Pine and Evans) went viral, an old story about Pratt resurfaced, recounting when he tried to give away his aging cat online.
“[U]nless one of them other than Chris Pratt once gave away an old cat because it was too much trouble to take of, he’s definitely the one who’s canceled,” Twitter user Shauna wrote, alongside a link to a 2011 Gawker article titled “Anna Faris’ Husband Gave Their Cat Away on Twitter.”
“I’ve loathed him ever since that story went public almost a decade ago (plus his s**tty attitude when he was called out on it),” Shauna added when replying to another user. “[T]hat poor cat must have been heartbroken.”