Sunday, 13 Jun 2021

Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert wins NBA Defensive Player of the Year for third time

Cramer's lightning round: Roblox is 'a great long-term story'

  • It's that time again! "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.

Roblox: "It's just a great long-term story. I waffle over how expensive it is, but, boy, is it a great story."

Global Payments: "This is a very good company, Global Payments. I'm recommending it. It is a very good company. I would be a buyer."

Stryker: "Stryker's an excellent company. I like the device business very much. I happen to like Medtronic more than Stryker, but that's a good one."

Stem Inc: "We looked into Stem. It's an energy storage company. We liked it. We thought it was pretty proprietary."


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Opinion | Are Vets and Pharmacists Showing How to Make Careers Work for Moms?

By Nicholas Kristof

Opinion Columnist

Veterinarians and pharmacists may be able to help us with more than our pets and our pills. Perhaps they can also guide America to a society that works better for America’s moms.

Nuggets vs. Suns live blog: Real-time updates from Game 2 of the NBA playoffs second-round series – The Denver Post

Live updates, tweets, photos, analysis and more from the Nuggets playoff game against the Phoenix Suns at Phoenix Suns Arena in Phoenix on June 9, 2021.

Mobile users, if you can’t see the live blog, tap here.

Carolina Panthers QB Sam Darnold says he hasn’t been vaccinated for COVID-19 yet

New Carolina Panthers quarterback Sam Darnold fielded some questions following OTAs on Wednesday afternoon. Among them included an inquiry on his stance regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, in which replied with a dose of uncertainty about the treatment.

“I haven’t been vaccinated yet,” Darnold said. “Still gotta think about all those certain things that go into it. Again, it’s everyone’s choice, whether they wanna get vaccinated or not. So, that’s really all I got on it. I don’t wanna go too into detail.”

He was then asked if he’d done research on the vaccination and how that may ultimately factor into his decision.

“Yeah, I have been. For me, I’m just staying by myself right now. I don’t have a family or anything like that," Darnold said. "Again, there’s a ton of different things that go into it. I’m gonna evaluate that on my own and make the best decision that I feel is, again, the best for myself.”

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Cybersecurity expert: Ransomware criminals are in it for the money

(CNN Business)The meat supplier JBS USA paid an $11 million ransom in response to a cyberattack that led to the shutdown of its entire US beef processing operation last week, the company said in a statement Wednesday evening.

The ransom was paid after most of the company’s facilities had come back online, JBS said.
“This was a very difficult decision to make for our company and for me personally,” said Andre Nogueira, CEO of JBS USA, in the statement. “However, we felt this decision had to be made to prevent any potential risk for our customers.”

    JBS’s payment was first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

      The cyberattack affected servers supporting JBS’s IT systems in North America and Australia. The US government has attributed the ransomware attack to REvil, a criminal gang believed to be based in Russia or Eastern Europe.

        “Preliminary investigation results confirm that no company, customer or employee data was compromised,” JBS said in Wednesday’s statement.
        JBS USA is part of JBS Foods, which it says is one of the world’s largest food companies. It has operations in 15 countries and has customers in about 100 countries, according to its website. Its brands include Pilgrim’s, Great Southern and Aberdeen Black.

        Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert wins NBA Defensive Player of the Year for third time

        By winning the NBA Defensive Player of the Year award this season, Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert became only the fourth player in league history to win the award at least three times.

        Dikembe Mutombo and Ben Wallace won the honor four times, while Gobert and Dwight Howard have collected the award three times.

        Gobert, who also earned the award in the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons, led the NBA this season in defensive rebounds per game (10.1), total defensive rebounds (720) and total blocked shots (190). Gobert also ranked second in blocked shots per game (2.70). In related news, the Jazz finished with the NBA's best record (52-20) and have a 1-0 series lead against the Los Angeles Clippers in the Western Conference semifinals.

        Gobert received 84 first-place votes and had 464 points from a global panel of 100 sportswriters and broadcasters. Philadelphia 76ers guard Ben Simmons finished in second place (287 points; 15 first-place votes) and Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green finished third (76 points).

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