Global Enterprise Tablet Market crecerá a un CAGR de 8,6% en 2021 – Los principales proveedores son Apple, Lenovo, Microsoft y Samsung Electronics

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Dublín – Research and Markets ha anunciado la adición del informe “Global Enterprise Tablet Market 2017-2021” a su oferta.
El mercado global de tabletas empresariales crecerá a un CAGR del 8,61% durante el período 2017-2021.
El informe, Global Enterprise Tablet Market 2017-2021, se ha preparado sobre la base de un análisis de mercado en profundidad con los aportes de expertos de la industria. El informe abarca el panorama del mercado y sus perspectivas de crecimiento en los próximos años. El informe también incluye una discusión de los principales proveedores que operan en este mercado.
Una tendencia en el mercado es la demanda de soluciones de seguridad BYOD. Dado que la nube es una forma conveniente y rentable de almacenar datos empresariales, su adopción está aumentando entre las PYMES en todo el mundo. Como resultado, existe una creciente necesidad de soluciones de seguridad en la nube, como la seguridad BYOD basada en la nube. La adopción de software de seguridad en las instalaciones entre las PYME es limitada debido a las limitaciones presupuestarias y la falta de recursos y conocimientos especializados para abordar los problemas de seguridad. La seguridad BYOD basada en la nube no requiere ningún hardware o software y se controla de forma remota, por lo que es rentable para los usuarios finales. Responde con mayor rapidez a las nuevas amenazas de seguridad ya las actividades no autorizadas.
Los sistemas en la nube permiten a las empresas utilizar productos de software sobre una base de pago por uso y reducir sus gastos. Además, la menor dependencia del personal interno de TI, los costos de licencias, los bajos costos de mantenimiento, la infraestructura de hardware muy limitada y la implementación más fácil y rápida de las soluciones de TI son algunos de los factores que impulsan a las pymes a adoptar la seguridad BYOD basada en la nube Soluciones. La seguridad BYOD basada en la nube analiza el tráfico de datos antes de que llegue a la red, garantizando una mejor protección, una congestión de ancho de banda reducido y una conexión continua a Internet.
Proveedores clave
– Manzana
– Lenovo
– Microsoft
– Samsung Electronics
Otros vendedores prominentes
– ASUS
– Dell
Temas principales cubiertos:
PARTE 01: Resumen ejecutivo
PARTE 02: Alcance del informe
PARTE 03: Metodología de la investigación
PARTE 04: Introducción
PARTE 05: Paisaje del mercado
PARTE 06: segmentación del mercado por tamaño de pantalla
PARTE 07: Segmentación del mercado por parte del usuario final
PARTE 08: Segmentación del mercado por geografía
PARTE 09: Marco de decisión
PARTE 10: Los conductores y los desafíos
PARTE 11: Tendencias del mercado
PARTE 12: Paisaje de proveedores
PARTE 13: Apéndice
Para obtener más información sobre este informe, visite http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qdkwtj/global_enterprise
Información del contacto:
Investigación y Mercados,
Laura Wood,
Gerente Senior.
[email protected]
Fax de Estados Unidos: 646-607-1907
Fax desde el resto del mundo: + 353-1-481-1716
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3 Best-Ranked Deutsche Mutual Funds to Buy Now

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Founded in 1919, Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management’s assets under management were worth $773 billion as of Mar 31, 2017. It is one of the world’s leading financial management companies. The fund family manages around 115 domestic mutual funds and variable insurance portfolios.

Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management is among the 10 largest bank-owned asset managers worldwide. The company uses market expertise to create innovative investment solutions for its clients. It also delivers transparent and cost-effective passive investment products to both institutional and individual investors.

Below we share with you three top-ranked Deutsche mutual funds. Each has earned a  Zacks Mutual Fund Rank #1  (Strong Buy) and is expected to outperform its peers in the future. Investors can  click here to see the complete list of Deutsche funds .

Deutsche Unconstrained Income S KSTSX seeks growth of return. KSTSX invests primarily in fixed income securities of both domestic and foreign companies and governments.  The fund may invest up to all its assets in fixed income securities which are of rated investment-grade or lower. Deutsche Unconstrained Income S returned 1.4% in the last three-month period.

KSTSX has an expense ratio of 0.85% compared with the category average of 1.03%.

Deutsche Core Plus Income S SCSBX invests heavily in dollar-denominated fixed income securities, including U.S. government and agency bonds, corporate bonds and asset- and mortgage- backed securities. SCSBX may also invest considerably in foreign investment grade fixed income securities, non-investment grade securities of both domestic as well as foreign issuers. The fund seeks maximization of returns along with capital preservation. Deutsche Core Plus Income S returned 1.4% in the last three-month period.

Gary Russell is one of the fund managers of SCSBX since 2012. 

Deutsche Enhanced Global Bond S SSTGX seeks growth of return through the appreciation of income and capital. SSTGX invests the lion’s share of its assets in bonds issued by both domestic and foreign companies. The fund may also invest not more than 35% of its assets in junk bonds. Deutsche Enhanced Global Bond S returned 1.9% in the last three-month period.

As of March 2017, SSTGXheld 143 issues, with 7.81% of its assets invested in Germany (Federal Republic Of) 0.25%. 

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Leveraging Memory to Build Self Awareness

Our perception of the mental, physical and emotional perspectives of life shape who we are and how we understand our place in the world. We keep these experiences as memories—serving as functional reminders of our previous experiences and a means to safeguard our future. Memory is quite useful purely in terms of survival, but can also help us to thrive is more subtle aspects of life as well. Considering the dynamics of how memories are stored, and how they are manipulated may help you leverage their innate power for your own personal development.

The Influence of Memory

Imagining memory as an anchor to your past can help you gain an awareness of it’s influence over your present circumstances. If you have failed at a task your last 10 attempts, it’s easy to focus your perspective on those failures than on your next attempt’s chance of success. This is impossibly easy to do, and almost never beneficial. This type of wiring is so polarized from our long evolutionary history of needed to never forget where and how we run into predators and mortal dangers. In modern life, it has much lessened applicability. Should you fail those first 10 times, it’s easy to believe that you’re likely to fail the next time. There are many factors which could make that sentiment true, but the memory of your past failures is not one of them. Our memory is what separates us from many lower-level species—like worms—and seeking to discount it entirely would be a tragic mistake. Seeking to have more active control over your memories’ affect on you can be a powerful and rewarding endeavor, but you must first become intimately familiar with how your memories are made, as well as how they are recalled.

Perspectives of Memory

Without being handed a book of Life’s answers, we are left to conceive of our inner truths based on our experience of the world. One useful method of Self-inspection is to regard your memory as being divided among three perspectives—the physical, mental, and emotional, which all blend together to form one overall ‘summarized’ memory. Within this schemata every experience in life has a physical, mental, and emotional component to it—and so does our memory of it. An example of this can be illustrated by imagining a beautiful sunset, warm with bright orange and red color. The experience of such a sunset might be of physical warmth and brightness, it might be thought of mentally as being beautiful and poetic, and it may also stir emotions of comfort and connection to the world. While the physical sensation will be similar for most, the mental and emotional interpretation would likely be different. Many factors influence the different ways  people experience this sunset, but memory is one that can have the most abstract affect. For example, a man having just lost his wife would likely have a vastly different experience of the sunset than a woman having just given birth to a new son. Memories of past events can affect our current state of being, and thus our current perspectives of the world around us. What’s important to recognize is that if your perception is comprised of three distinct perspectives, your memory will likely have a similar composition. If you have a memory that is affecting you emotionally, you may be able to focus more heavily on the physical and mental aspects of that experience to reduce its overall impact on your daily life.

every experience in life has a physical, mental, and emotional component to it—And so does our memory of it

Assuming that life’s perception is constructed largely of three primary perspectives, consider that your memory may very well constructed in similar structure. Emotional, mental, and physical memory may very well exist separately within us, recalled in similar fashion to how those experiences were perceived initially. That’s to say; if you have a physically-intense experience such as burning your hand on the stove, the bulk of that memory will be stored as a physical memory. Your mental memory of that event will likely be comprised largely of the moments immediately afterwards when you assessed the damage, and the pain of healing in the weeks following. Your memory of that event would have been stored in similar proportion to the balance of your perspective during the experience. This may sound complicated and overly-complex, but the nature of this dynamic is quite simple—we remember things as we experience them. Where things can get dicey is the ability of past memories to affect current perceptions, which will in turn affect current memory. For example, an emotionally-traumatic event might overshadow every new experience you have for some time. This emotional overshadowing might affect how you perceive new events, which will thus affect how your store new memories of those events. So that single traumatic moment in your past, can be affective in a very cyclic manner towards your future experiences. By understanding how your balance of perspective creates your memory of events, and how those memories affect your future perspective, you can begin to insert your own will into the process—manipulating your very perception for your advantage.

Memory, Self Awareness, & Personal Development

Dynamics of Memory

These concepts are among the most basic of our lives. The perspectives through which we see the world are at the root of how we define our Self. Your balance of perspective is akin to your fingerprint — an arrangement unique to only you. Your life experiences have shaped your perspective, your memories of those experiences continue to shape your life. One could argue that the coincidence of your first experience after being born affects the entire path of your life. While our paths are continuously shaped by the events around us—it’s not untrue to say that our initial trajectory may have been set by which leg the doctor yanked us out by. This concept is called Chaos Theory, in which an entirely unpredictable series of events occur within an entirely predictable arena. For example, for all that man has done in the past—it was only until recent history that he did it anywhere other than on planet Earth. Memories are made every moment of every life, and they affect every moment to come. Emotional Trauma may affect mental performance, which further affects emotional well-being. Like Chaos, it is impossible to predict how any one person will create a memory—but it is possible to understand the framework in which they will use. Through working to understand the fundamental components how you form memory, you can begin to understand how you might be able to alter the balance of past memory in an effort to better suit your present goals.

An entirely unpredictable series of events can occur within an entirely predictable arena

Imagine three houses; one house is brick, one is wood, and the third hardened steel. Each of these three houses are in need of repair, although each requires a unique approach. To alter the brick, you’d need a sledgehammer to break apart it’s mortared joints. The change the wood, you’d need a saw to cut through the timber frames. The change the steel house, you’d need a fiery torch, to burn through their powerful atomic bonds. These three houses are like three people; unique in how they have come to exist — yet similar in their goals. Each wants to change, yet each must change in a manner suited to their structure. The same can be said taking control of how our past memories affects us—we must first become aware of how we remember them. Through this we are better able to expand our Self awareness in order to heal ourselves properly, and become more resilient to changes around us.  To remodel a house built of brick, you must first be practiced in swinging a heavy hammer. To heal an emotional trauma in your life, you must first understand how to connect to the memory of it. While gravity and weather may stop us from building houses, fear is often the element we must battle to remodel our Self. Fear is deeply connected to a lack of understanding, and to the lack of familiarity brought by change. By working to better understand your fundamental Self—you can overcome the fear of, and exert more control over, your own Self change.

Layers of Memory

How is a familiar emotion different from a familiar scent? Imagine perceiving each without memory for reference. You would be much like a child — experiencing the world in it’s rawest, most pure form. Unadulterated experience is a rare luxury in the modern world, and our experiences are often influenced heavily by existing associations. This has been invaluable to the evolution of our species, as one fight with a lion allowed our ancestors to realize the danger of a second fight. In modern times—where simply surviving isn’t the first priority for many of us—this type of memory seems impractical. Biological evolution is a painfully slow process, and if you wish to overcome any of it’s influence within a single lifetime, you’ve got to ‘color outside of the lines’ in your pursuit of personal development. With memory it is useful to consider the influence it has, as well as the unique perspectives from which it’s made. The dynamics of how those perspectives affect your past—and future—formation of memory can help you exert a degree of control in the process. Any given memory may be constructed by layers of different perspectives, such as mental, physical, or emotional. Depending on your balance of the three perspectives during your experience, each memory will have a unique balance of these perspectives. Memories that are more emotionally-weighted will influence your more emotionally, while more mentally-balanced memory will affect your mental processes more. Understanding the layers of your own memory can help you better understand how to address their affect over you and the decisions you make.

Memories that are more emotionally-weighted will influence your more emotionally, while more mentally-balanced memory will affect your mental processes more

Raw physical experience may create muscle memory, raw emotional experience may creates a sense of, and raw mental experience may create new thoughts. Yet, we remember how people make us feel, we remember how food smells, and we recognize the texture of our favorite clothes when touching them. Each unique perspective you view the world through creates a unique facet of the memory you make for that experience. That’s to say; you have a physical memory, and emotional memory, and a mental memory. To reshape your past memory you must afford deep consideration to the balance of each memory’s perspective. Emotionally-traumatic events often overshadow future experience through the lingering connection to them. Over time, these types of influences naturally tend to level themselves out, although a concerted effort to ‘re-remember’ these memories can help greatly expedite the process. For example, one effective technique in overcoming emotional trauma is to focus on the physical and mental details of that event. If your grieving from the unexpected loss of a loved one, try to remember the smell of your lunch after receiving the news. After that, try to remember the texture of the pants you were wearing. These types of exercises are concentrating on changing the balance of your emotionally-shifting that memory to reflect a more physically and mentally balanced experienced. This effort can be effective in dampening the negative effects of past memory, as well as manipulating the positive impact of current experience. For example, the next time you bang your skin against something and experience acute physical pain, quickly try and focus on recalling multiplication tables—a mentally intensive task. These types of willful interjections within the natural course of your perception can help you more fully harness the power of memory.

Leveraging Your Memory

Imagine you’ve just undergone a deep emotional trauma. Perhaps you lost a loved one unexpectedly or were delivered a worrisome medical diagnosis. These types of events can often be more than we are able to process. We remember these events as the emotionally-weighted experiences they were, though our minds often record many more details surrounding our physical and mental perception of the event as well. Imagine an emotionally traumatic memory as existing in three parts—the mental, the physical, and the emotional. These are each the three perspectives of that experience, and each contain a unique facet of your memory of that event. Upon hearing the news of a lost loved one, many people can be consumed by emotional distress. Even while we are absorbing the shock of emotionally-difficult news our senses are observing the sights, sounds, and smells around us. A memory of a car wreck may seem to only be recorded as ‘bad’, but somewhere in that memory was the color of the sky, sound on the radio, and taste of chewing gum. We don’t regard these types of details as important and in the immediate sense they often aren’t.

Imagine an emotionally traumatic memory as existing in three parts—the mental, the physical, and the emotional. Focusing your attention on the physical and mental aspects can help control how that memory may influence your life.

Imagine this traumatic memory as a three platform balancing system—each perspective resting on each. If a memory is more heavily remembered as emotional, the overall balance of that memory will be more emotional. If a memory is more physically recalled, it will affect us more on a physical level. If a memory is more mental in nature, it will affect our thoughts more than how or what we feel. Now imagine how an emotionally-traumatic experience may tilt the scales of your memory of that event. It may have a dramatic influence over your perspective long after it happens, which will in turn affect the emotional weight of newly-formed memories. A good example of this can be in remembering how you felt the days after you achieved a goal you’d worked towards for a long time. That surge of positive emotion carries into the next few days in many circumstances, and is capable of painting potentially-negative experiences as positive. The same thing can happen with bad experiences which have the potential to shift our perspectives toward the negative.

All About Balance

If a scale is tilted towards one side, and you want to tilt it towards the other—you add weight to the side that has less. In cases of balancing fixed amounts (like our focus) you take from one side and add to the other. Imagine doing this same act with your focus upon a memory. Think of an emotionally traumatic event, and try to remember non-relevant details like you shirt color, the temperature of the air, or what song was playing on the radio. Focusing heavily on these types of non-emotional details can help to re-remember a memory in a more balanced and less affective sense. Within the field of psychology, this process is referred to as reconsolidation, which can be regarded as an abstraction of the process of consolidation—where by short term memories are transferred into long-term memory storage within the brain. The process of reconsolidation involves recalling a memory, and changing the amount of focus you contribute to each of its perspectives. This process has been studied quite a bit by psychologists in recent years, and offers great insight into healing after traumatic experiences 1. Better understanding how your memories are formed, and how they may continue to affect you can help you work towards re-balancing disadvantageous memories, and maybe even falsifying a few to better serve you in the pursuit of your goals! This could be a dangerous game however, and the power of memory should never be regarded lightly.

Final Considerations

Memory is one of the single most valuable survival tools that we have. It’s integrated into us on many levels of which we are scarcely even aware. You may avoid touching a hot stovetop because of a painful memory from early childhood, but you turn your head to pinpoint the sound of a snapping twig from many millennia of evolution. Memory is stored as a dynamic blend of our physical, mental, and emotional perceptions of events in our lives. This balance of perspectives plays a role in how memory affects us—past events very capable of affecting our future perceptions. Through such processes as reconsolidation you may be able to help control how the balance of of your memories, thus better controlling their affect over your present and future endeavors. This can be though of simply as holding on to empowering memories, and working to lessen the burden of negative ones. Perspectives are as unique as fingerprints, and noone else truly shares your perspective entirely. Understanding the dynamics of your own perspective, and how it plays a role in your formation of memory, can help you more effectively forge a deeper self awareness and continue along your path of personal development.

Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo – Disease outbreak news

On 9 May 2017, WHO was informed of a cluster of undiagnosed illness and deaths including haemorrhagic symptoms in Likati Health Zone, Bas Uele Province in the north of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), bordering Central African Republic. Since 22 April, nine cases including three deaths have been reported. Six cases are currently hospitalized.

On 11 May 2017, the Ministry of Health (MoH) of DRC informed WHO that of the five samples collected from suspected cases, one tested positive by RT-PCR for Ebola virus subtype Zaire at the Institut National de Recherche Biomédicale (INRB) in Kinshasa. Additional specimens are currently being tested and results, including sequencing, are awaited to describe the outbreak.

On 10 May 2017, a multidisciplinary team led by the MoH and supported by WHO and partners was deployed to the field and are expected to reach the affected area on 12 or 13 May 2017 to conduct an in depth field investigation.

The investigation is currently ongoing and information is available for only three of the suspected cases: The first case (and possibly the index case), a 39-year-old male presented onset of symptoms on 22 April 2017 and deceased on arrival at the health facility. He presented with haematuria, epistaxis, bloody diarrhoea, and haematemesis. Two contacts of this case are being investigated: a person who took care of him during transport to the health care facility (he has since developed similar symptoms) and a moto-taxi driver (deceased) who transported the patient to the health care facility.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for health care workers has been shipped on 12 May 2017 to Kisangani. Additional kits are currently being prepared and will be shipped as soon as available.

Background and epidemiological situation

On 20 November 2014, as per WHO recommendations, the MoH of DRC and WHO declared the end of the EVD outbreak that started on 24 August 2014 and resulted in a total of 38 laboratory confirmed cases and 28 probable case including 49 deaths in Boende, Equateur province. This was the seventh outbreak of EVD since its discovery in 1976 in DRC.

  • 2014: 66 cases of EVD including 49 deaths diagnosed initially in Equateur province (Watsi Kengo, Lokolia, Boende, and Boende Muke).
  • 2012: 36 cases including 13 deaths Orientale province – Isiro (Bundibugyo virus).
  • 2008–2009: 32 cases including 15 deaths in Kasaï-Occidental (Zaire virus).
  • 2007: 264 cases including 187 deaths in Kasaï-Occidental (Zaire virus).
  • 1995: 315 cases and 250 deaths occurred in Kikwit and surrounding area.
  • 1977: 1 case (Zaire virus).
  • 1976: 318 cases including 280 deaths in Yambuku (Zaire virus).

There are five identified subtypes of Ebola virus. The subtypes have been named after the location where they have been first detected. Three of the five subtypes have been associated with large Ebola haemorrhagic fever (EHF) outbreaks in Africa. Ebola–Zaire, Ebola–Sudan and Ebola–Bundibugyo. EHF is a febrile haemorrhagic illness which causes death in 25–90% of all cases.

Public health response

The following public health response measures have been implemented:

  • The national committee against viral haemorrhagic fever has been reactivated and will continue meeting every day to coordinate the response.
  • Strengthening of surveillance and investigation including contact tracing are ongoing.
  • WHO will provide assistance and technical support. The deployment to DRC of an additional WHO multidisciplinary team is currently considered to support the response of national authorities.
  • The Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN) has been activated to provide additional support if required.
  • The need and feasibility of potential Ebola ring vaccination is being discussed.

WHO risk assessment

To date, the outbreak is reported in a remote and hard to reach area and appears to be geographically relatively limited. However, Investigations are ongoing to assess the full extent of the outbreak and therefore high vigilance still needs to be maintained.

WHO does not recommend any restriction of travel and trade to DRC based on the currently available information.

Distributed by APO on behalf of World Health Organization (WHO).

Winner Of Best Mandala Leg Piece – Singapore Ink Show

Australian Owned Mayhem Ink Debuts In Singapore

100% Aussie owned Mayhem Ink has had their inaugural debut at the Singapore Ink Show and walked away with the award for best leg Mandala completed on the day.

Owner/operator Dazza Cumberpatch put it’s down to his crews dedication and hard work which they invest into their craft, based out of the Aussie Bar in Bangla Road.

Thailands well known tattoo artist Tue represented Mayhem and was the artist behind the winning Mandala piece. 

For more info about Mayhem Ink, please contact PR representative below or visit www.mayheminkphuket.com

Shareholder Alert: Monteverde & Associates PC Announces An Investigation Of Panera Bread Company – PNRA

NEW YORK, May 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Juan Monteverde, founder and managing partner at Monteverde & Associates PC, a boutique securities firm headquartered at the Empire State Building in New York City, is investigating Panera Bread Company („Panera Bread” or the „Company”) (NASDAQGS: PNRA) relating to the sale of the Company to affiliates of JAB Holding Company, a European consumer goods conglomerate („JAB”). As a result of the merger, Panera Bread shareholders are only anticipated to receive $315 per share in cash in exchange for each share of Panera Bread.

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The investigation focuses on whether Panera Bread Company and its Board of Directors violated securities laws and/or breached their fiduciary duties to the Company’s stockholders by 1) failing to conduct a fair process 2) whether and by how much this proposed transaction undervalues the Company by and 3) failing to disclose all material financial information in connection with the upcoming shareholder meeting.

Monteverde & Associates PC is a boutique class action securities and consumer litigation law firm that has recovered millions of dollars and is committed to protecting shareholders and consumers from corporate wrongdoing.  Monteverde & Associates PC lawyers have significant experience litigating Mergers & Acquisitions and Securities Class Actions, whereby they protect investors by recovering money and remedying corporate misconduct.

If you own common stock in Panera Bread Company and wish to obtain additional information and protect your investments free of charge, please visit our website or contact Juan E. Monteverde, Esq. either via e-mail at jmonteverde@monteverdelaw.com or by telephone at (212) 971-1341.

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Shareholder Alert: Monteverde & Associates PC Announces An Investigation Of KCG Holdings, Inc. – KCG

NEW YORK, May 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Juan Monteverde, founder and managing partner at Monteverde & Associates PC, a boutique securities firm headquartered at the Empire State Building in New York City, is investigating  KCG Holdings, Inc. („KCG Holdings” or the „Company”) (NYSE: KCG) and its Board of Directors for potential securities laws violations and/or breaches of fiduciary duties in connection with the sale of the Company Virtu Financial, Inc. („Virtu”). The Company’s stockholders will receive only $20.00 in cash for each share of KCG stock they own.

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The investigation focuses on whether KCG Holdings and its Board of Directors violated securities laws and/or breached their fiduciary duties to the Company’s stockholders by 1) failing to conduct a fair process 2) whether and by how much this proposed transaction undervalues the Company by and 3) failing to disclose all material financial information in connection with the upcoming shareholder meeting.

Monteverde & Associates PC is a boutique class action securities and consumer litigation law firm that has recovered millions of dollars and is committed to protecting shareholders and consumers from corporate wrongdoing.  Monteverde & Associates PC lawyers have significant experience litigating Mergers & Acquisitions and Securities Class Actions, whereby they protect investors by recovering money and remedying corporate misconduct.

If you own common stock in KCG Holdings and wish to obtain additional information and protect your investments free of charge, please visit us in our webiste or contact Juan E. Monteverde, Esq. either via e-mail at jmonteverde@monteverdelaw.com or by telephone at (212) 971-1341.

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MONTEVERDE & ASSOCIATES PC
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New York, NY 10118
United States of America
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Pres. Trump Delivers a Message of Courage in Liberty University Commencement Address, says Family Research Council

WASHINGTON, May 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — This morning, President Donald Trump gave the commencement address at Liberty University to a crowd of more than 50,000 people — his first commencement address since becoming president.

„President Trump delivered an outstanding message today that I believe will resonate not only among Liberty University graduates but among Christians throughout America and around the world,” said Family Research Council President Tony Perkins, an alumnus of Liberty University.

A highlight of the president’s address was when he stated, „I know that each of you will be a warrior for the truth, the country and your family. Following your convictions means you must be willing to face criticism from those who lack the courage to do what’s right. Be true to yourself, your country, and your beliefs,” he told the graduates. The president later added, „Always have the courage to be yourself.”

„The president is exactly right,” noted Perkins. „The ability to offer deliverance and freedom to others is lost when we as Christians shrink back from living and proclaiming the truth of God. Jesus called us to act for the benefit of others, rather than in fear. We are called to stand with resolve, in service to the One who saved us. We have been called to live with no fear.”

„Twenty five years ago, I remember my own graduation at Liberty University. It’s a great credit to the university—the largest Christian college in America—that President Trump has chosen it as the place to make his first commencement address. Today was a great day for the University, its president Jerry Falwell Jr., and a great day for the legacy of my friend, mentor, and Liberty’s founder, Dr. Jerry Falwell,” added Perkins.

„I look forward to this president continuing his work to advance religious liberty so that these graduates will have the freedom to do what the president challenged them to do today,” concluded Perkins.

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Shareholder Alert: Monteverde & Associates PC Announces An Investigation Of KCG Holdings, Inc. – KCG

NEW YORK, May 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Juan Monteverde, founder and managing partner at Monteverde & Associates PC, a boutique securities firm headquartered at the Empire State Building in New York City, is investigating  KCG Holdings, Inc. ("KCG Holdings" or the "Company") (NYSE: KCG) and its Board of Directors for potential securities laws violations and/or breaches of fiduciary duties in connection with the sale of the Company Virtu Financial, Inc. ("Virtu"). The Company's stockholders will receive only $20.00 in cash for each share of KCG stock they own.

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The investigation focuses on whether KCG Holdings and its Board of Directors violated securities laws and/or breached their fiduciary duties to the Company's stockholders by 1) failing to conduct a fair process 2) whether and by how much this proposed transaction undervalues the Company by and 3) failing to disclose all material financial information in connection with the upcoming shareholder meeting.

Monteverde & Associates PC is a boutique class action securities and consumer litigation law firm that has recovered millions of dollars and is committed to protecting shareholders and consumers from corporate wrongdoing.  Monteverde & Associates PC lawyers have significant experience litigating Mergers & Acquisitions and Securities Class Actions, whereby they protect investors by recovering money and remedying corporate misconduct.

If you own common stock in KCG Holdings and wish to obtain additional information and protect your investments free of charge, please visit us in our webiste or contact Juan E. Monteverde, Esq. either via e-mail at jmonteverde@monteverdelaw.com or by telephone at (212) 971-1341.

Contact:
Juan E. Monteverde, Esq.
MONTEVERDE & ASSOCIATES PC
The Empire State Building
350 Fifth Ave. Suite 4405
New York, NY 10118
United States of America
jmonteverde@monteverdelaw.com 
Tel: (212) 971-1341

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Shareholder Alert: Monteverde & Associates PC Announces An Investigation Of Panera Bread Company – PNRA

NEW YORK, May 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Juan Monteverde, founder and managing partner at Monteverde & Associates PC, a boutique securities firm headquartered at the Empire State Building in New York City, is investigating Panera Bread Company ("Panera Bread" or the "Company") (NASDAQGS: PNRA) relating to the sale of the Company to affiliates of JAB Holding Company, a European consumer goods conglomerate ("JAB"). As a result of the merger, Panera Bread shareholders are only anticipated to receive $315 per share in cash in exchange for each share of Panera Bread.

Click here for more information: http://monteverdelaw.com/investigations/m-a/.  It is free and there is no cost or obligation to you.

The investigation focuses on whether Panera Bread Company and its Board of Directors violated securities laws and/or breached their fiduciary duties to the Company's stockholders by 1) failing to conduct a fair process 2) whether and by how much this proposed transaction undervalues the Company by and 3) failing to disclose all material financial information in connection with the upcoming shareholder meeting.

Monteverde & Associates PC is a boutique class action securities and consumer litigation law firm that has recovered millions of dollars and is committed to protecting shareholders and consumers from corporate wrongdoing.  Monteverde & Associates PC lawyers have significant experience litigating Mergers & Acquisitions and Securities Class Actions, whereby they protect investors by recovering money and remedying corporate misconduct.

If you own common stock in Panera Bread Company and wish to obtain additional information and protect your investments free of charge, please visit our website or contact Juan E. Monteverde, Esq. either via e-mail at jmonteverde@monteverdelaw.com or by telephone at (212) 971-1341.

Contact:
Juan E. Monteverde, Esq.
MONTEVERDE & ASSOCIATES PC
The Empire State Building
350 Fifth Ave. Suite 4405
New York, NY 10118
United States of America
jmonteverde@monteverdelaw.com 
Tel: (212) 971-1341

Attorney Advertising. (C) 2017 Monteverde & Associates PC.  The law firm responsible for this advertisement is Monteverde & Associates PC (www.monteverdelaw.com).  Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome with respect to any future matter.

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