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Travis Scott Reportedly Fined for Crowded McDonald’s Publicity Stunt – Billboard

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Travis Scotts visit to a McDonald’s restaurant in Downey, California went down a treat with fans. The police, not so much.
Scott has reportedly been fined for the promotional stop, which gathered scores of fans but didnt have the requisite permits.
Video from the stunt would suggest Scotts fans werent too bothered with social-distancing, and many didnt wear masks.
Scott and the burger chain apparently didnt hold the necessary paperwork for a gathering of 200 or more, or approval to film.
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CDISC Names Dr. Maria Im Hee Shin Chair of Korea CDISC Coordinating Committee

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AUSTIN, Texas–()–CDISC is pleased to announce Dr. Maria Im Hee Shin of Daegu Catholic University Medical Center in South Korea has been named Chair of the Korea CDISC Coordinating Committee (K3C).

CDISC Coordinating Committees (3Cs) support global CDISC initiatives within specific regions of the world and provide regional feedback to the central CDISC organization.

“3Cs help strengthen relationships with international and local entities as well as organizations in their respective regions,” said David R. Bobbitt, CDISC President and CEO. “We are honored to have such a distinguished and experienced leader to represent CDISC in South Korea. Dr. Shin’s counsel and expertise bring energy to the region and…



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Immetas Therapeutics Announces Series A Financing to Advance Research on Inflammation Pathways in Aging and Develop Therapeutics for Cancer and Inflammatory Disease

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EAST HANOVER, N.J.–()–Immetas Therapeutics today announced it has raised a Series A financing of $11 million to advance research on inflammation pathways in aging and the development of novel, immune modulating treatments for cancer and inflammatory disease. Morningside Ventures was the sole investor in the financing round.

“Morningside’s investment is a significant endorsement of our approach to targeting inflammation pathways in aging and our clinical evidence-based discovery strategy,” said J. Gene Wang, MD, PhD, co-founder and CEO. “Emerging research that molecular pathways driving both aging and age-related diseases converge around chronic, low grade inflammation is creating a new set of…



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World Wide Technology Achieves Cisco Advanced DevNet Specialization for Partners

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ST. LOUIS–()–World Wide Technology (WWT), a market-leading $12 billion technology solutions provider, today announced it has achieved Cisco’s Advanced DevNet Specialization for partners, recognizing the company’s capabilities in delivering advanced software and automation solutions for customers.

“We are proud to have earned the Advanced DevNet Specialization,” said Neil Anderson, senior director of network solutions at WWT. “As digital transformation accelerates and evolves enterprise IT operations, businesses are increasingly relying on a mix of software development, network engineering and strategy skills to automate their infrastructure. These businesses need experienced DevNet partners, and…



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