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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Tuesday, 28. June 2022

Increased Land Sales Activity in both the United States and Canada Generates Returns to Investors

(BUSINESS WIRE) -- Walton Global, a real estate investment and land asset management company with US $3.6 billion under management, announced distributions made to investors will total more than US $137 Million in the second quarter 2022 as a result of strong land sales in various assets across North America. A total of US $130 Million has already been distributed to investors with more than US $7 Million expected to be made at the end of June 2022.

“We have been managing our land sales pipeline diligently across all of our assets in both the U.S. and Canada,” said Kate Kaminski, chief operating officer at Walton Global. “This is the first large wave of investor distributions in 2022, but we have many other significant projects that are expected to close throughout the year.”

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WASHINGTON - Tuesday, 28. June 2022

Industry Veteran to Lead EIG-Controlled LNG Company

(BUSINESS WIRE) -- EIG, a leading institutional investor to the global energy and infrastructure sectors, today announced that De la Rey Venter has joined the firm as Chief Executive Officer of MidOcean Energy (“MidOcean”) and as a Managing Director of EIG. MidOcean is an EIG-controlled LNG company seeking to create a diversified “pure play” integrated LNG portfolio of high-quality operating LNG projects with strong existing cash flow. Mr. Venter is a 25-year industry veteran with global operating, dealmaking and business leadership experience in the mining, upstream and LNG sectors. Among other roles, he served as Executive Vice President of Integrated Gas Ventures, responsible for the majority of Shell’s LNG and natural gas assets, and previously also as Shell’s Global Head of LNG. He will be based in EIG’s London office.

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New Chief of Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance will help the company accelerate commercialization amidst a growing consumer demand and advancements in the regulatory environment

(BUSINESS WIRE) -- Aleph Farms, the first cultivated meat company to grow steaks directly from non-genetically engineered animal cells, today announced the addition of Yifat Gavriel as Chief of Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance. In this position, Gavriel will play a critical role in the introduction of Aleph Farms’ novel products into global markets. The establishment of a regulatory approval process for cultivated meat is underway in many countries around the world, with the Singapore Food Agency the first to approve it as an ingredient in 2020.

“Yifat brings valuable expertise to the team, and we are delighted to have her join us at such a critical juncture in our journey to market,” said Didier Toubia, CEO and co-founder of Aleph Farms. “In our work wi ... Read more »

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RESEARCH PARK TRIANGLE, N.C - Tuesday, 28. June 2022

Work for Humankind enables Lenovo to support ongoing conservation work from one of the world’s most far-flung workspaces on Robinson Crusoe Island through lasting technology solutions
For the first time ever, Lenovo’s technology hub offers boosted internet on Robinson Crusoe Island, upgraded from 1Mbps to up to 200 Mbps
30% of the local island community have now taken advantage of the Lenovo technology hub
Lenovo CO2 Offset Service has offset the carbon emissions of hardware devices for this project on the island
Following the installation of Lenovo ThinkEdge server technology on the remote island, Island Conservation has processed six months’ worth of camera trap data, capturing wildlife imagery with minimal human interference, within just one week. Important insights about the animals’ status is now learned within minutes instead of weeks, improving preservation efforts.
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DALLAS - Friday, 24. June 2022 AETOSWire
(BUSINESS WIRE/AETOSWire)-- Mary Kay Inc., a global leader in skincare innovation, recently sponsored and revealed its inaugural Mary Kay Skin Health/Skin Disease Research Grants awardees for researchers conducting groundbreaking, innovative studies in skin health and skin disease at the 2022 Society for Investigative Dermatology (SID) Annual Meeting.

“As a decades-long leader in global cosmetics and skincare innovation, Mary Kay remains committed to enriching women’s lives across the world,” said Dr. Lucy Gildea, Mary Kay’s Chief Innovation Officer, Product and Science, at the event. “We also have a steadfast commitment to producing the highest quality products and conducting breakthrough skin science research. We recognize collaboration is crucial to new discoveries, and partnerships with scientific, medical, and academic communities are vital collaborations—which is why we’re thrilled ... Read more »

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(BUSINESS WIRE) -- This announcement is not an offer, whether directly or indirectly, in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, or South Africa or in any other jurisdiction where such offer pursuant to legislation and regulations in such relevant jurisdiction would be prohibited by applicable law. Shareholders not resident in Sweden who wish to accept the Offer (as defined below) must make inquiries concerning applicable legislation and possible tax consequences. Shareholders should refer to the offer restrictions included in the section titled “Important information” at the end of this announcement and in the offer document, which has been published on the Offer website ( Shareholders in the United States should also refer to the section titled “Special notice to shareholders in the United States” at the end of this announcement.

On May 11, 2022, Philip Morris Holland Holdings B.V.1 (“PMHH”), an affiliate of Ph ... Read more »

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(BUSINESS WIRE) --This strategic alliance formed by UbiPharm and Imperial, both significant logistics and distribution players in the healthcare industry in Africa, will provide complementary continental route-to-market solutions to healthcare principals and clients, leveraging best-in-class operations and commercial services. While UbiPharm and Imperial will each maintain their individual business autonomies, the strategic alliance will drive better access to medicines, vaccines and other healthcare products for patients and consumers across 40 African countries, representing one of the most expansive networks for healthcare distribution on the continent. All the activities essential to the availability of medicines – including manufacturing, regulatory, promotion and distribution – will be readily available to healthcare principals through this network.

“This strategic alliance with UbiPharm is in line with this ambition and our ‘Gateway to Africa&r ... Read more »

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(BUSINESS WIRE) -- MRM Health, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing next-generation live microbiome consortia therapeutics, announced today that they have received regulatory approval from the Federal Agency for Medicines and Health Products (FAMHP) in Belgium to start a Phase 2 trial with the novel next-generation optimized consortium therapy, MH002, in patients with Pouchitis.

MH002 is the first, rationally designed, consortium therapy, in which key disease-driving mechanisms guide therapeutic microbial strain selection, to enter clinical development in Pouchitis. Pouchitis (inflammation of the surgically constructed pouch after colectomy) is the most prominent complication after surgical removal of the large bowel (colectomy) that is performed as a last resort treatment in Ulcerative Colitis (UC). Pouchitis occurs in up to 50% of these patients within 1-2 years after surgery. Disease mechanisms include impaired gut wall barrier function linked to gut micr ... Read more »

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