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ROSEN, A TOP RANKED LAW FIRM, Reminds Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries Limited Investors of the …

ROSEN, A TOP RANKED LAW FIRM, Reminds Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries Limited Investors of the …

NEW YORK, Oct. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds the purchasers of the securities of Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries Limited (NYSE: TEVA) between October 29, 2015 and August 18, 2020, inclusive (the “Class Period”), of the important November 23, 2020 lead plaintiff deadline in securities class action. The lawsuit seeks to recover damages for Teva investors under the federal securities laws.

To join the Teva class action, go to http://www.rosenlegal.com/cases-register-1956.html or call Phillip Kim, Esq. toll-free at 866-767-3653 or email [email protected] or [email protected] for information on the class action.

The complaint alleges that throughout the Class Period, Defendants made materially false and misleading statements regarding Teva’s business, operational, and compliance policies. Specifically, Defendants made false and/or misleading statements and/or failed to disclose that: (1) Teva had made substantial illegal kickback payments to charitable foundations to cover Medicare co-payment obligations of patients taking Copaxone; (2) accordingly, Teva’s revenues derived from Copaxone were in part the product of unlawful conduct and thus unsustainable; (3) the foregoing misconduct subjected Teva to a foreseeable risk of heightened regulatory scrutiny and enforcement, as well as reputational harm when the truth became known; and (4) as a result, defendants’ public statements were materially false and misleading at all relevant times. When the true details entered the market, the lawsuit claims that investors suffered damages.

A class action lawsuit has already been filed. If you wish to serve as lead plaintiff, you must move the Court no later than November 23, 2020. A lead plaintiff is a representative party acting on behalf of other class members in directing the litigation. If you wish to join the litigation, go to http://www.rosenlegal.com/cases-register-1956.html or to discuss your rights or interests regarding this class action, please contact Phillip Kim, Esq. of Rosen Law

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The Future Of Advertising Is A Creative Leader On Top, Not MBAs Or Financial Executives

The Future Of Advertising Is A Creative Leader On Top, Not MBAs Or Financial Executives

Just imagine a professional wrestler as editor of The New York Times or a package designer as head of Goldman Sachs. Far-fetched? But that’s exactly what happens in advertising. The people on the top never wrote a tagline, or produced an ad.

When J. Walter Thompson founded the first modern agency in 1868, he started as a salesman of newspaper ads. He soon realized that, to boost ad sales, he should offer creative services to potential advertisers: and, thus, the first “agency” was formed. For the next 100 years “creatives” would be running the best agencies, along with that of setting the agenda and vision – legends like Rubicam, Burnett, Ogilvy and Bernbach. 

However, the consolidation of the advertising industry by a bunch of financial executives and the creation of the holding companies in the Eighties meant a shift in philosophy. While most creative leaders over the years were also excellent businessmen, they were viewed by holding company czars as risky and emotional “artists.”

To mitigate what they perceived as a problem they brought in hordes of pencil-pushing MBAs to the business. That created layers of middle management that slowed down innovation and drove creativity away. The result was the deterioration of the quality of the advertising over time. Legacy agencies now have a ratio of 60-40 MBAs to creatives, as agencies became less productive and inefficient, according to our proprietary data. 

In most advertising agencies, the creative team now takes its direction, ultimately, from a chief executive with a background in business or finance or client services – in other words, someone who has not write a line of copy ever, in their lives, and who is not familiar with how their company’s products are invented. 

“Creative” is not a department. It’s permeates everything between the agency

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Top Mistakes That Should Be Avoided When Comparing Car Insurance Quotes Online

Top Mistakes That Should Be Avoided When Comparing Car Insurance Quotes Online

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LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / October 11, 2020 / Compare-autoinsurance.org ( https://compare-autoinsurance.org ) is a top auto insurance brokerage website, providing car insurance quotes online from trustworthy agencies all over the United States. This website offers car insurance info about different coverage types, available discounts, and money-saving tips.

Getting online quotes is the smart thing to do when trying to save car insurance money. It may look a fairly easy process, with just a few steps to follow. However, there is sufficient room for critical mistakes. Find out more and get free car insurance quotes from https://compare-autoinsurance.org.

  • Not paying attention or skipping valuable discounts. Each online questionnaire usually has a page dedicated for discounts. Or the page is embedded within another page. Some questionnaires may ask directly if the user wants to review the available discounts. No matter where the discount page is placed and how it is accessed, online users should never skip it. Some discounts are displayed if the user meets some requirements. For example, if the user owns his home, the next questions should also ask about bundling policies and getting a discount.
  • Avoiding paying-in-full. Insurance companies incur installments for every monthly payment. Removing these fees will make the premiums cheaper. Plus, companies will offer a discount for paying a single time. When getting online quotes, usually it is possible to check how much the full coverage will cost and how much can be saved. Usually, the saved money is more valuable than a single premium.
  • Not setting deductibles to a more convenient level. Although many online questionnaires automatically set the deductibles to $500, which is the recommended value, pay attention to their initial value. Some
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College football Week 6 scores, Top 25 analysis and must-see moments

College football Week 6 scores, Top 25 analysis and must-see moments

Welcome to Week 6 of the college football season. We’re just two weeks out from the Big Ten joining the mix.

This week, there’s a big test with No. 7 Miami visiting No. 1 Clemson, just the fifth ACC game featuring two top-10 teams since 2014, when the College Football Playoff era began. What Miami is up against: Clemson’s 24-game home winning streak, the longest active streak in the FBS.

Tennessee has its own streak to break. The Vols have lost 33 straight games to AP top-10 teams heading into the afternoon game at No. 3 Georgia.

Texas and Oklahoma will meet at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, which will be odd without the State Fair of Texas going on outside. They’re also both coming off a loss for just the ninth time in the 116 years this game has been played. Still, the pure vicious disdain these two have for each other will flow through the stadium.

And Florida brings its two Kyles (Trask and Pitts) to Texas A&M’s Kyle Field (which Trask says he was actually named after). Big day for Kyles.

We’ll be here all day to keep you updated.

Top 25 games

All times Eastern. Lines courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook

No. 4 Florida (-6.5) at No. 21 Texas A&M, noon, ESPN/ESPN App

No. 19 Virginia Tech at No. 8 North Carolina (-5.5), noon, ABC/ESPN App

Missouri at No. 17 LSU (-14.5), noon, SEC Network alternate/ESPN App

No. 22 Texas at Oklahoma (-2), noon, Fox

No. 14 Tennessee at No. 3 Georgia (-13), 3:30 p.m., CBS

UTSA at No. 15 BYU (-34.5), 3:30 p.m., ESPN2/ESPN App

Texas Tech at No. 24 Iowa State (-12.5), 3:30 p.m., ABC/ESPN App

Arkansas at No. 13 Auburn (-16.5), 4 p.m., ESPN/ESPN App

No. 7 Miami at No. 1 Clemson (-14), 7:30

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A Tech Mind With A Creative Spirit Competes For Top Prize At BE Smart Hackathon

A Tech Mind With A Creative Spirit Competes For Top Prize At BE Smart Hackathon

Jayla Williams’ passion is problem-solving, which is fortunate as the year 2020 delivered a surplus of practical problems that need solutions. The Fisk University sophomore is competing for the first time in Black Enterprise’s annual BE Smart Hackathon, hosted by American Airlines.

As part of a five-member team of Fisk tech wizards, Williams is contributing to a data-crunching project that will help airlines accommodate travelers with respiratory issues. As she explains it: “We can provide safe departure times and make sure passengers with health issues aren’t surrounded by people when they arrive at the airport.”

The effort is a creative technical adaptation to life under a pandemic designed to protect both lives and jobs – a perfect distillation of the BE Smart ethos, and a telling example of Williams’ creative spirit.

Speaking from her home in Hillsboro, Oregon, near Portland., where she distance learning her way to a degree in computer science, Jayla talked about her journey and where it might take her.

“I was born in Los Angeles, but we moved to Oregon when I was one. I have always been creative. I enjoyed art, painting, singing, playing instruments. I studied flute for seven years. I especially enjoyed writing songs. I guess I’ve always been attracted to the idea of creating something from nothing – making something just from the tools I have around me.”

At first glance, one might not see how a love for the creative arts connects a budding career in technology, but for Williams, it was a natural transition. She excelled at math and science, earning a 4.0 average in high school. College was a given, but where?

“I applied to 31 colleges and most accepted me, including Fisk. To be honest, I really wasn’t looking hard at Fisk; it was not my number one

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