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TJ’s Yerba Buena - RSO
TJ’s Yerba Buena – RSO
TJ’s Yerba Buena – RSO

New RSO Leverages Two of its Largest Brands – TJ’s Gardens™ and Yerba Buena™ 

BOCA RATON, FL, Oct. 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Stem HoldingsInc. (“Stem”) (OTCQX: STMH CSE: STEM), a leading vertically-integrated cannabis and hemp branded products company with state-of-the-art cultivation, processing, extraction, retail, and distribution operations throughout the United States, announced today the launch of its first co-branded product leveraging two of its largest and best-known brands, TJ’s Gardens and Yerba Buena.

The new product, a Rick Simpson Oil (“RSO”) oil extracted from cannabis flower grown and combined from both brands, is produced at the Company’s TJ’s Gardens facility in Eugene, OR and features both brand names, reflecting the choice of the best cultivars to deliver the reputed benefits of RSO.

“TJ’s Gardens has long been committed to wellness, and

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  • Georgia voters waited for hours in line on the first day of early voting on Monday. 
  • A record 7.6 million people in the state have registered to vote. 
  • However, early voting was defined by long lines and technical glitches. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Voters across Georgia waited in hours-long lines on the first days of early voting on Monday. 

Almost 7.6 million Georgians are registered to vote in the November election. Many have requested absentee ballots — at least 1.5 million – but for those voting in person, the first day of early voting meant waiting for hours to be able to cast their vote.

A reporter from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution uploaded a video on Twitter of voters in George Pierce Park in Suwanee that stretched all the way around the street. 

Local news reporters and stations posted videos of residents waiting as many as 12 hours

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Crude-oil futures finished Monday at their lowest price in a week, with production in Libya, Norway and the Gulf of Mexico set to recover.

Libya lifted force majeure at its largest oil field, producers began restoring output in the Gulf of Mexico following Hurricane Delta, and crude output in Norway looked to recover following the end of an oil-worker strike.

West Texas Intermediate crude for November delivery
CL.1,
+0.30%

fell $1.17, or 2.9%, to settle at $39.43 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. December Brent crude
BRN00,
+0.28%

lost $1.13, or 2.6%, at $41.72 a barrel on ICE Futures Europe.

Front-month WTI, the U.S. benchmark, and global benchmark Brent on Monday both marked their lowest settlements since Oct. 5, according to Dow Jones Market Data.

With the passing of the hurricane and the resolution of the strike in Norway, “investors are more concerned about the higher output in

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New Orleans Saints vs. Los Angeles Chargers betting lines, odds and spread

Los Angeles Chargers money line +280 (bet $100, win $280)
New Orleans Saints money line -345 (bet $345, win $100)
Los Angeles Chargers spread +7 (-110)
New Orleans Saints spread -7 (-110)
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It was six days ago when Donald Trump, after weeks of confusing and contradictory messages, announced that he was pulling the plug on bipartisan talks on an economic aid package. White House officials said the process was over and negotiations would not begin anew before the elections.

It was four days ago when the president, realizing he’d “messed up tactically,” began calling for renewed talks on economic aid.

And it was three days ago when Trump told Rush Limbaugh that his newest position was the opposite of the one he’d held earlier in the week.

“I would like to see a bigger stimulus package than, frankly, either the Democrats or the Republicans are offering,” Trump said on an appearance of the Rush Limbaugh Show on Friday, acknowledging it was “the exact opposite” of his initial demands.

I realize that the president doesn’t generally keep up on current events, but when

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NEW YORK — The final three months of the year, usually a boom time for many small businesses thanks to holiday shopping and celebrations, looks precarious as the coronavirus maintains its grip on the economy.

Owners contending with government restrictions or crumbling demand are trying to hold on, with some creating new products and services or desperately searching for new customers. Others, however, have found they’re already well equipped to meet the lifestyle changes brought about by the pandemic.

The big corporate and non-profit parties and events that Sophia D’Angelo ran before the virus outbreak have just about vanished. Large in-person gatherings that companies typically use to launch or promote their brands aren’t possible because of social distancing requirements.

“The fourth quarter was always the bulk of my business,” says D’Angelo, who owns Boston Experiential Group, based

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America’s biggest financial institutions are backing Democratic nominee Joe Biden, banking on a “blue wave” to boost the economy, a message that Biden’s running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, touted during Wednesday night’s debate.

“Joe Biden’s economic plan, Moody’s — which is a reputable Wall Street firm — has said will create 7 million more jobs than Donald Trump’s,” Harris said as she faced off against incumbent Mike Pence.

TRUMP HITS BIDEN ON FRACKING: ‘PENNSYLVANIA WILL NEVER GO FOR HIM’

Despite Biden’s promises to raise taxes on corporations and the wealthy and regulate banks more tightly, he has raked in five times as much as Trump in donations from the securities and investment industry, with an eye-popping sum of $51.1 million. The incumbent has garnered just $10.5 million, according to 

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LOI Represents Only 10% of Total Project and Provides Hotel Group With Pricing and Engineering Parameters

LOI Opens Negotiation with Vendors and Suppliers to Secure Best and Final Pricing and Set Production Schedule

CLEVELAND, OH / ACCESSWIRE / October 6, 2020 / Innovest Global Inc. (OTC PINK:IVST), through its Building Solutions group which recently completed the $12 million manufacture and installation of a high-rise building envelope system in Los Angeles, has secured it’s next major contract utilizing a new engineered system which will be released and launched next week.

“The customer has worked with us since May 2020 to engineer and plan a domestically produced, efficient solution which we believe will revolutionize how small-footprint commercial buildings are built,” said John Yenges, Vice President of Innovest Building Solutions.

Damon Mintz, Innovest’s Chief Executive Officer, added, “The work of John and his team during this pandemic to look for opportunities created in

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Recently I was putting some cash to work, so decided to have a look at a couple of shares I have liked in recent months to see the entry point. Specifically, I looked at, amongst others, the British insurer Direct Line (OTCPK:DIISY, OTC:DIISF) which I had most recently written about in a positive note after it restored its cancelled dividend a couple of months ago (Direct Line: Dividend Restoration Bodes Well). However, when dug into the company’s recent profile, I decided against investing at this time (instead I added to my Exxon position). Below I set out why I have turned less bullish on the name.

Directors are Selling Lots of Shares and Buying None

What really struck me about the name is the amount of director selling in recent months. Looking back over the past twelve months, I don’t see a single director purchase listed. However, there have been

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Paris -  La  Défense,  September 28,  2020  –  Based on  current  trading  and
achievements in cost reduction since the beginning of the third quarter  2020,
Tarkett estimates that  year end  results will be  above market  expectations.
Consequently, the Group updates its outlook for 2020.

Q3 2020 preliminary information

Q3 revenue still trending below last year’s level in most segments:

  + Sequential improvement in EMEA versus Q2 2020 resulting in single digit
    revenue decrease compared to last year and stable revenue growth in CIS,
    APAC & LATAM, in particular thanks to the recovery of residential
    activities;
  + North America sequentially improving versus Q2 2020 but still trading down
    double digit compared to last year as commercial is improving slowly and
    exposure to the more dynamic residential segment is lower than in other
    regions;
  + As expected, Sports revenues to decline double digits. The level and
    seasonality of Tarkett Sports’ activities have 
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