Johnson hopes for reset of UK-France relations in wake of Macron’s victory

Boris Johnson is hoping to repair his “broken” relationship with Emmanuel Macron following the French president’s re-election, but in Paris there was no immediate sign that the cross-Channel froideur is about to end. Johnson has told colleagues he expects UK-France relations to improve now that the France’s presidential elections are out of the way, with … Read more

Amber Heard’s lawyers argue Depp damaged his career before her claims By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: US actor Johnny Depp testifies during the 50 million US dollar Depp vs Heard defamation trial at the Fairfax County Circuit Court in Fairfax, Virginia, U.S., April 21, 2022. Jim Lo Scalzo/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo By Lisa Richwine (Reuters) -Attorneys for Amber Heard on Monday showed a jury critical news articles … Read more

Expensify Adds Monthly Settlement Option

Expense and payment provider Expensify has added a new monthly settlement option for its card programs, the company announced. Companies now can opt to have their card purchases grouped by month, with payment withdrawn from the company’s bank accounts once per month rather than on a daily basis. The option is aimed at “companies that … Read more

UP govt orders removal of illegal loudspeakers from religious places

The Uttar Pradesh government has ordered for removal of illegal loudspeakers from religious places in the state, a senior official said on Monday. The move comes days after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s directive for restricting the volume of loudspeakers at religious places in order to avoid trouble to people living … Read more

Delinquencies ride economic tailwinds to record lows in March

The national mortgage delinquency rate hit a record low in March as economic tailwinds helped previously past-due borrowers to make significant gains towards becoming current, a new Black Knight report found. The 2.84% rate of borrowers 30 days or more past due in March was a 15.5% decline from February and broke the previous historic … Read more

Walgreens, Teva accused of fueling opioid addiction in quest for new markets

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Business Author of the article: Publishing date: Apr 25, 2022  •  15 minutes ago  •  2 minute read  •  Join the conversation Article content Walgreens Boots Alliance and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd ignored the health risks when they created new markets for opioids, a lawyer for the city of San Francisco told … Read more

Vantage hires cyber executive from CNA

Bermuda-based Vantage Group Holdings Ltd. said Monday it has named former CNA Financial Corp. official Andrew Lea as its senior vice president of cyber liability, technology errors and omissions, media and management professional liability insurance as it prepares to enter the U.S. cyber insurance market. Mr. Lea was most recently head of commercial E&O, cyber … Read more

AXSM Stock Reverses Its Good Fortune On A Roadblock For Its Migraine Drug

Axsome Therapeutics (AXSM) says it expects the Food and Drug Administration to reject its migraine treatment, leading AXSM stock to crumble on Monday. X In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the biotech company said it still hasn’t resolved issues with chemistry, manufacturing and controls the FDA identified during a review of its … Read more

India to meet half of its energy needs from renewable by 2030: NITI member

India’s non-fossil energy capacity will reach 500GW by 2030 and the country shall meet half of its energy requirements through renewable energy, reducing the carbon intensity of its economy by less than 45 per cent, NITI Aayog member V K Saraswat said on Monday. Speaking at an event here, Saraswat … Read more

maharashtra: Set loudspeaker rules, there’re no state laws: Maharashtra to Centre

The Maharashtra government on Monday put the onus on the Centre ‘for framing rules and bringing clarity’ on the use on loudspeakers. Addressing a press conference after an all-party meeting, state Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil and Environment and Tourism Minister Aaditya Thackeray said the ‘state has no role in bringing down loudspeakers. “The state … Read more