HAGENS BERMAN, NATIONAL TRIAL ATTORNEYS, Encourages Canopy Growth (CGC) Investors With $100k+ Losses to Contact Its Attorneys, Securities Fraud Case Filed

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 30, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Hagens Berman urges Canopy Growth Corporation (CGC) investors who have suffered losses in excess of $100,000 to submit their losses now to learn if they qualify to recover compensable damages.  A securities fraud class action was recently filed against the Company and its senior executives. Class Period: June 21, 2019 – Nov. 13, 2019Lead Plaintiff Deadline: Jan. 21, 2020Sign Up: https://www.hbsslaw.com/investor-fraud/CGC Contact An Attorney Now: CGC@hbsslaw.com 510-725-3000 The complaint alleges that throughout the Class Period Defendants misrepresented and failed to disclose that: (1) the Company was experiencing weak demand for its softgel and oil products; (2) as a result, the Company would be forced to take a CA$32.7 million restructuring charge due to poor sales, excessive returns, and excess inventory; and (3) due to the foregoing, Defendants’ statements about Canopy’s receivables, business, operations, and prospects were materially false and misleading and/or lacked a reasonable basis at all relevant times. The complaint alleges that the true details regarding Canopy’s business and prospects entered the market on Nov. ...

Add this highly-rated wireless backup camera to your car for $70.50 (Save 30%)

Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest deals and more. Sign-up for our newsletters and have our best offers delivered to your inbox daily. I-Max (98% lifetime positive feedback) via Amazon is offering the AUTO-VOX W1 Wireless Backup Camera Kit for $70.67 shipped when clipping the on-page coupon and applying code 38WRBOSJ during checkout. That’s $31 off the typical rate there and is within $17 of the lowest price we have tracked. After using a backup camera for seven years, the thought of going back to mirrors feels primal to me. Unlike before, I now back into parking spaces quite often. If you have an older car without a backup camera, this kit aims to get you up and running with its “20 minute” installation. Rated 4.2/5 stars. Before installation, it’d probably be a good idea to wipe down your dashboard. For $4, these Armor All Cleaning Wipes are pre-moistened and will make the task a quick and easy one. They target dirt, dust and grime without worry of drying out, damaging or fading surfaces. Oh, and don’t forget about the deal we found a couple days back on one of AUTO-VOX’s other backup camera kits. It’s still live and sets itself apart by placing the monitor inside ...

A portable projector is a must-have for any business presentation, camping trip, or backyard movie night.

A portable projector is a must-have for any business presentation, camping trip, or backyard movie night. These compact battery-powered mini projectors can deliver surprisingly good video and audio quality and some even fit in your pocket. Check out our picks for the best portable projector, so you can watch movies on the go. The ViewSonic M1 is a jack of all trades that offers a clever design, long battery life, and powerful audio to create a respectable cinematic experience. This projector has a short throw lens that allows its to project a 100-inch image from only 8.9 feet away. The ideal conditions are from 5.1 feet which still produces a 60-inch picture. One caveat is that this projector doesn’t have a particularly powerful LED lamp, and therefore needs near total darkness to project a detailed image. The ViewSonic M1 has a native WVGA (854×480) resolution, which is about as detailed as a standard-definition TV. While this isn’t a particularly impressive figure, the picture still looks sharp and colorful. The contrast is fairly impressive but you still might have trouble watching low-light scenes like “The Long Night” episode from Game of Thrones. One big benefit of this pr...

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This extrusion assembly, used for a floating staircase stringer, is a modular design that includes two custom extrusions made from 6005A aluminum. The three-piece slip-fit assemblies connect to specifically designed channels that are joined without fabrication. Photo courtesy of Almag Aluminum Inc., Brampton, ON Canada. While steel is a material of choice in many industries, including construction, aluminum has a lot to offer. Known for its weight, strength, durability, corrosion resistance, low maintenance, and finish options, aluminum can help a product designer or an architect get to destinations that steel can’t reach. As one of the most recycled industrial materials, it also makes a substantial contribution to sustainability efforts. Extruded aluminum components are well-suited for use in door frames, windows, curtain walls, canopies, sun shades, light fixtures, and handrail systems, and while aluminum is readily available in many off-the-shelf profiles, this isn’t the end of the road. If you’re looking for something unique or distinctive, custom extruded profiles offer nearly endless opportunities to create something new and unique. You might hesitate to venture into unkno...

Boone County Schools to be recognized Monday for new tobacco-free campus policy

YPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd”> Boone County Schools will be recognized as one of the first Northern Kentucky school districts to adopt a tobacco-free policy, in compliance with a new state law, at an event on Monday morning at Boone County High School. Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky CEO Ben Chandler and Kentucky Medical Association President Dr. Brent Wright will formally present Superintendent Randy Poe, as well as other school officials and students, with a sample of tobacco-free signage. The two organizations are providing the signage free of charge to school districts that have newly adopted such policies. WHOBen Chandler, President/CEO, Foundation for a Healthy KentuckyDr. Brent Wright, President, Kentucky Medical AssociationDr. Randy Poe, Superintendent, Boone County SchoolsJudge Gary Moore, Boone County Judge Executive (invited)Marsha Bach, Community Health Programs Manager, Northern Kentucky Health DepartmentStudents and other school officials E Health Cigarette The tobacco-free schools bill, signed into law in April 2019, requires schools to adopt policies ...

Bundeswehr apologises for posting Nazi-era Wehrmacht uniform on Instagram

Germany’s army apologised on Wednesday for posting a picture of a Nazi-era Wehrmacht uniform on Instagram accompanied by the hashtags “fashion” and “retro”. The photo, taken at the Museum of Military History in Dresden and accompanied by a commentary — “today, elements of military style still belong to haute couture” — was spotted by daily newspaper Bild before being deleted. The army and the defence ministry apologised on Wednesday for the “unacceptable mistake”. The photo was published as part of a photographic report on “the military influence on fashion,” they said. “Extremism in all its forms is absolutely banned from the Bundeswehr.” The Bundeswehr was created in 1955, breaking with the Wehrmacht, the Nazi army whose role in the persecutions of the Third Reich is proven. In 2018, then Minister of Defence, Ursula von der Leyen, issued a rebuke after helmets and other remains of the Nazi era were found in a barracks. Camo Gloves Ghillie Suit, Camouflage Clothing, Gloves, Cap, Bag, Backpack, Tent – Demarui,https://www.demarui.com/

On any given day, American children are more likely to eat dessert than plants. Makers of

On any given day, American children are more likely to eat dessert than plants. Makers of baby food face a conundrum: If it sells, it’s probably not best for babies. If it’s best for babies, it probably won’t sell. On any given day, American children are more likely to eat dessert than plants. Makers of baby food face a conundrum: If it sells, it’s probably not best for babies. If it’s best for babies, it probably won’t sell. In a laboratory in Denver, on a decommissioned U.S. Army base, a baby sits in a high chair with two electrodes attached to his chest. To his left, on a small table, a muffin tin holds four numbered cups, each filled with a green substance. On the walls and the ceiling, four cameras and an omnidirectional microphone record the baby’s every burble and squawk, then transmit them to a secure server in an adjacent room. What looks like a window with blinds, across the room from the baby, is in fact a two-way mirror with a researcher behind it, scribbling notes. The baby’s mother takes a spoonful of the first sample and lifts it to the baby’s mouth, and the experiment begins. Building 500, as this facility was formerly known, has the looming hulk of an Egyptian t...

At the risk of extending the maudlin and the macabre into a fresh work week, Paul

At the risk of extending the maudlin and the macabre into a fresh work week, Paul Berge’s blog on the passing of two friends reminds me how many of us have been asked to spread ashes from airplanes. Although it’s probably lost to the trivial details of history, I wonder if Orville or Wilbur or Glenn Curtiss might have been handed an urn by a grieving relative and asked to commit the departed to the winds of eternity. The idea has an irresistible appeal. As an alternative to putting dead people in holes, we’ve been torching them instead since the dawn of recorded history. The dust-to-dust dogma being a durable belief, spreading the ashes closes that last few arcseconds of the circle of life. People scatter from bridges, from mountain tops, into gardens, forests, oceans, lakes and rivers and into space. And from airplanes. Solemnity isn’t a euphemism for disaster, but when dealing with human ashes, it might as well be. Just trying to distribute the remains with dignity on the ground or at sea is challenging enough, but if you want to make a real (h)ash of it, do it unprepared from an airplane. I know this because I’m remembering an indelible quote from an instructor friend of mine...

A Complete Review of Semiconductor Lasers And a Few Words About What You Can Do With a 5.6 W Semiconductor Laser

This is a detailed article about popular inexpensive semiconductor lasers and about what you can engrave and cut using a 5.6 W semiconductor laser, installed on a 3D printer or CNC machine. The laser diode is a solid-state source of coherent radiation. In this case it is a solid crystal of aluminate gallium, a source of the laser beam with the wavelength of about 445 nm. The basic components of the laser are a laser diode, a cooling system and a power driver of the laser diode. The main trick in their production is how to make the driver as compact as possible and at the same time fail-proof, how to ensure sufficient cooling of the laser diode without the crystal degradation. That is, a laser, ready for operation, has not just an energy source but also a power driver and a cooling system. We are lucky in this, as diode lasers are rather small and light unlike huge CO2 and fiber lasers. It is easy to install a conventional diode laser on any 3D printer or CNC machine. Besides, the market offers a variety of DIY kits of the makeblock plotter XY 2.0 type, which are also suitable for laser installation.   Standard installation hardware is used for most of lasers, though sometimes on...

These 40 Weird Products On Amazon Have Fanatical Reviewers

Sometimes, shopping on Amazon can feel overwhelming — there’s so many new, novel products on the market added every day. How do you find products that are really worth the money, and actually do what they say they will? I’ll let you in on a little secret: it’s the weirdest products on Amazon that you’re going to want to look a little closer at. Sorting through the abyss to find those rare (but satisfying!) winners might seem impossible. Luckily, there is one easy way to predict whether a new product will be a hit or a flop, without spending a fortune trying everything for yourself: it’s all about the reviews. When hundreds of people love a product so much that they’ve taken precious time out of their day to write a review about it, it’s probably worth paying attention. The products on this list range from slightly odd to just plain bizarre. There’s a weird-looking hair dryer attachment that lets you dry your hair hands-free, a portable coffee maker that collapses into a tiny, flat disc, and an inflatable escape ramp to save small animals from getting trapped in your pool. These random products do have one important thing in common, though: they’ve basical...

TheDrive and its partners may earn a commission if you purchase a product through one of

TheDrive and its partners may earn a commission if you purchase a product through one of our links. Read more. Having a car jack in your vehicle in case of emergency can mean the difference between 20 minutes to change a flat tire and being stranded on the road, waiting for help. Whether you go off-road with your vehicle and need to lift it frequently, or just want something in case of an emergency, we’re here to help you find the best electric car jack for your needs. This type of jack is usually hydraulic-powered and resembles the shape of a short and stubby bottle. Because of this compact design, they’re desirable for larger vehicles where clearance isn’t necessarily an issue. Though they’re not ergonomically shaped for easy storage, they do often have a higher weight limit than your typical electric floor jack.  You’ll likely see a lot of mechanics using—and owning—this type of car jack. Though it’s manually operated, it works on the same basic principle as all jacks; it uses a mounting point and a lifting system to hold the car during a lift. Floor jacks typically roll on four wheels and come with a detachable handle that pivots up and down to lift the car.  Scissor jacks a...

Transcend Announced Its New HUB5C USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C Hub

Transcend recently announced the release of its latest USB Type-C equipped hub, the HUB5C. This versatile 6-in-1 hub expands the functionality of new MacBook, iPad Pro 2018, Type-C laptops, and Type-C mobiles by providing additional USB-C and USB-A ports for data transfer, a PD charging port, and both an SD and a microSD card slot, all from just one USB Type-C connection. While new devices trend minimalist and provide fewer ports, demands for multi-functionality are increasing. Transcend’s HUB5C offers multi-taskers a simple yet powerful solution to limited port counts. The HUB5C features a USB Type-C connector at the end of a sturdy, durable cable; a USB Type-C port equipped with the USB 3.1 Gen 2 interface for up to 10Gb/s data transmission; a Type-C 60W Power Delivery charging port; two Type-A ports with the USB 3.1 Gen 1 interface for legacy devices; a UHS-II compliant SD card reader; and a UHS-I compliant MicroSD card reader. The HUB5C is the first USB Type-C hub on the market to feature the USB 3.1 Gen 2 interface for data transfer rates at up to 10Gb/s, or twice that of USB 3.1 Gen 1. According to Transcend, when the HUB5C is paired with Transcend’s ESD350C – its speedie...

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