Mullen Group Ltd. 2021 Business Plan Conference Call and Webcast

OKOTOKS, AB, Nov. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – (TSX: MTL)  Mullen Group Ltd. (“Mullen Group” and/or the “Corporation“) intends to release its 2021 Business Plan after market close on Wednesday, December 9, 2020, and has scheduled a conference call and webcast as follows:


December 10, 2020


11:00 a.m. ET

Conference Call Dial-in:     

1-800-319-4610 (for participants in North America)

416-915-3239 (Toronto or Overseas participants)


A replay of the call will be available approximately two hours after the completion of the call until Thursday, December 24, 2020, by dialing 1-800-319-6413 or 604-638-9010, access code 5651 followed by the pound sign.

About Mullen Group Ltd.

Mullen Group is a company that owns a network of independently operated businesses.  The Corporation is recognized as one of the leading suppliers of trucking and logistics services in Canada providing

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Pfizer Vaccine, Disney Streaming, and Apple Chips on Cheddar

From Wall Street to Silicon Valley, these are the top stories that moved markets and had investors, business leaders, and entrepreneurs talking this week on Cheddar.


U.S. markets notched another winning week, propelled higher on Monday’s stunning news that Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine trial is showing at least 90 percent efficacy in preventing infection. Pfizer, together with its partners at the German biotech firm BioNTech, are continuing Phase 3 trials, hoping for regulatory approval in the coming weeks. If that happens, it would be the biggest medical breakthrough in a century — a vaccine made from scratch in under a year — ready to be rolled out to millions of people via a complicated dance of shipping logistics, public-private cooperation, and, importantly, patience. Moderna, which is also at work on a vaccine using the same type of mRNA technology as Pfizer, is expected to release interim results from
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Which Business Structure is Best for an Online Business?

One decision you’ll have to make if you’ve decided to start a business online is what business structure is going to be the best for you. And the starting point in making this decision is understanding what your choices are.

Business Structures for Online Merchants

Photo by Adeolu Eletu on Unsplash

There are many business structures formally formed by the IRS, but as you want to take your business online, only a few apply to you.

Sole Proprietorship

Under a sole proprietorship, the business is owned and operated by you. Dropshippers — companies that sell products but do not keep stock — small owned-and-operated businesses and people who can only afford to pay a small amount in taxes usually go for this structure. If you want to set up an online eCommerce store without having a lot of paperwork and paying hefty taxes, this business structure is the No.1 top

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At the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Édouard Detaille has been appointed as COO, while Lucy Swift Weber has been promoted as the head of licensing and partnerships. Also of note, Matthias Persson is the new director of artist residencies and head of the French office. The appointments apply to Le Korsa, an affiliated nonprofit founded in 2005, as well.

Nicholas Fox Weber, the executive director of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation and president of Le Korsa, comments to AD PRO: “As our development takes off in new directions, building on the artistic and humanitarian legacies of Anni and Josef Albers, we are thrilled to have Lucy, Matthias, and Édouard—individuals of rare vision, courage, and kindness—leading our work to advance the pleasure of human existence for our ever-growing audience.”

Vitra Appoints New Senior Vice President of Contract Sales in North America

Diane Barnes is officially the new senior vice

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The MarketWatch News Department was not involved in the creation of this content.

Nov 13, 2020 (WiredRelease via Comtex) —
A consciously conceived and designed business intelligence report titled Global Cryo-Electron Microscopy market 2020 by Manufacturers, Type, and Application, Forecast to 2029 by discloses a succinct analysis of the regional spectrum, market size, and revenue forecast about the market. This report sheds light on the vital developments along with other events happening in the global Cryo-Electron Microscopy market which is marking on the enlargement and opening doors for outlook growth in the coming years.

“The Global Cryo-Electron Microscopy Market is Estimated to be Valued at Around US$ 1 Billion in 2029, and is Expected to Register a CAGR of 8.90%.”

This is the latest report, covering the current COVID-19/Corona Virus pandemic impact on the market which has affected every aspect of life globally. This has brought along several changes

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Online farmers market with delivery service launches in Shiawassee County

DURAND, MI — Melanie Tratt, co-owner of Tiger Shark Cafe, has noticed she’s getting more business than she did a few months ago.

On Thursday morning, she prepared 10 new orders of family feast meals that customers ordered through the startup company Market Wagon.

Market Wagon, an online farmers market and delivery service that aims to help local farmers and artisanal food vendors get their products to local consumers, recently launched in Durand. The city is the company’s newest local food hub and twentieth location.

The company, dubbed an “online farmers market,” allows customers to browse locally grown products on their computer or smartphone throughout the week and place an order from multiple local vendors with one single checkout.

Orders are delivered each Thursday afternoon in insulated totes using ice packs as-needed to preserve freshness. Area residents can enjoy local shopping not only during harvest season but all year long,

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America’s beloved businesses are going under. But the government isn’t moving

Last Friday, as Americans waited to learn who their next president would be, Debbe Andrews-Lewis of Lincoln, Nebraska, knew her life was about to change either way. At the end of the day, she would lose her boutique, The Funky Sister.

a group of people walking down a sidewalk in front of a store

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She had built it from scratch to honor her late husband’s memory — they had always wanted to run a store together in retirement. She found quick success selling antiques and oddball items, which allowed her to expand the business and hire her daughter, who took her young son to work every day.


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But then the Covid-19 pandemic hit, shuttering the store for two months last spring. When Andrews-Lewis reopened, a loan from the Paycheck Protection Program — part of the emergency relief bill passed by Congress in March and signed into law by President Donald Trump — covered only a brief

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The European Central Bank should put ultra-cheap loans at the core of its next stimulus package being prepared for December, Governing Council member Madis Muller said.
Speaking in an interview from Tallinn, the Estonian central bank chief emphasised the need for a renewed so-called TLTRO push rather than additional bond buying via the Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme, saying the situation isn’t like it was in March when the ECB was fighting market dislocation.
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Investment Thesis

Sprott Inc (SII) have had a fantastic year, where assets under management have grown by about 90% since Q3-19, adjusted EBITDA is up significantly, and the stock price had up until recently performed well.

Figure 1 – Source: Financial Reports

However, the stock sold off rather significantly over the last few months, which does not seem justified by the underlying business.

Data by YCharts

Figure 2 -Source: YCharts

In this article, I will look at the the most important business segments and a quick peer analysis, which should hopefully illustrate Sprott’s attractiveness.

Business Segments

The exchange listed products segment is the largest and most important segment. It accounts for just over 50% of adjusted base EBITDA which Sprott uses for comparisons over time.

The net asset value numbers for this segment are published daily on Sprott’s homepage and we can see that assets under management are now up

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Supporting the Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (AFNR) industry is nothing new to the Minnesota State Southern Agricultural Center of Excellence (MSSACE). Since its inception in 2013, the Center has focused on supporting teachers and students, alike, in secondary AFNR, post-secondary AFNR and Farm Business Management (FBM) programs. “In the current situation of the global COVID-19 pandemic, our focus remains the same, just in a virtual platform,” said Center Director Brad Schloesser. “Now, more than ever, the center recognizes the need to support distressed farmers. Plus, we are working with agriculture industry partners in meeting workforce needs.”

On Nov. 6, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) announced a new Farm Business Management Scholarship Program, funded through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

Nearly $250,000 in scholarships is available for farmers to participate in Farm Business Management programs across the state, including approximately $140,000 in the southern

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