Will CEU allow foreigners in its 9-person board?Centro Escolar University Inc. (CEU) has 1,023 Filipinos and eight foreigners as stockholders for a total of 1,031 holders of 372,414,400 common shares out of 800 million authorized capital stock with par value of P1 per common share. In a general information sheet (GIS) for 2019, CEU said it has 1,023 Filipino stockholders who own 371,373,057 common shares. Their ownership represents 99.72 percent of 372,414,400 outstanding CEU common shares. Foreigners account for ownership of 1,041,343 CEU common shares, or 0.28 percent. A Singaporean holds 21,509 CEU common shares, or 0.01 percent, while six Americans own 662,263 CEU common shares. One stockholder was classified under “others” with 357,571 CEU common shares.The same GIS listed two stockholders — USAUTOCO Inc. with 126,620,891 CEU common shares, or 34 percent, and U.S. Automotive Co. Inc. with 55,963,803 CEU common shares, or 15.02 percent. PCD Nominee Corp. is record … [Read more...] about Will CEU allow foreigners in its 9-person board?
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Thursday on MSNBC’s “The Beat,” former Carter administration adviser Marc Ginsberg called President Donald Trump “the most popular person in Israel.”The discussion was about President Donald Trump tweeting that Israel should deny Reps. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and Ilhan Omar (D-MN) entry and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu following through with that proposal. Ginsberg said, “This is all about politics is local. Benjamin Netanyahu was under pressure to permit these two congresswomen to come even though a just few days before their arrival there was a bipartisan delegation of congressman led by Steny Hoyer and these two women refused to be part of that. I’m no fan of the Squad. I believe they were basically going to stir up a lot of mischief during this trip. However, the fact that Benjamin Netanyahu was prepared to let Israel turn into a vassal state for Donald Trump particularly at a time when Netanyahu only cares … [Read more...] about Marc Ginsberg: ‘Trump Is the Most Popular Person in Israel’
Pat Graham, Ap Sports Writer Published 3:42 pm CDT, Thursday, July 25, 2019 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Rai Benjamin: Antiguan cricket player. Just like dad. Sure, the thought perhaps held a certain charm early on. But Rai Benjamin: American sprinter. He's carving his own path. Just like his dad encouraged. Now that turned out to be more his speed. Benjamin swapped sports as a kid, nations later on — he used to run for Antigua — and is taking the track at the U.S. championships in the 400-meter hurdles. He's hoping to earn a spot and wear the red, white and blue at worlds this fall in Doha. "This means a lot," said Benjamin, who will run a first-round heat Thursday night at Drake Stadium. His father, Winston, is well known in the Caribbean as a former cricket player for West Indies. Rai, who turns 22 on Saturday, is steadily making his own identity and building toward the Tokyo Olympics that are now just a year away. He's run the 400 hurdles in under 47.50 … [Read more...] about Switch of nations finalized, Benjamin eager for nationals
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said "it's not about the Benjamins" as he hit back on Tuesday against any suggestion that U.S. politicians are paid to support Israel. A tweet in February by Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar, a freshman legislator from Minnesota, was widely seen as echoing an anti-Semitic slur that Jews influence governments through money. "It's all about the Benjamins baby," Omar wrote, using a slang term for $100 bills. She subsequently apologised, saying she was grateful for "Jewish allies and colleagues who are educating me on the painful history" of anti-Semitic epithets. Netanyahu, addressing a Washington convention of the pro-Israel lobby group AIPAC, said via satellite from Tel Aviv: "Some people will just never get it. They'll never understand why the vast majority of Americans - Jews and non-Jews alike - support Israel." He did not mention Omar by name. "Take it from this Benjamin: it's not about the Benjamins," Netanyahu … [Read more...] about “It’s not about the Benjamins,” Netanyahu says of U.S. support for Israel
CHAMPAIGN -- With all due respect to Justin Hull, perhaps the most precious jewel in the St. Charles East program currrently is Justin Benjamin. The four-time state qualifier arrived in Jason Potter's room with immense potential, and wasted little time making an impression on the wrestlng landscape. Although Benjamin (43-4) went a combined 2-5 in his three trips to Champaign, he still has compiled an astounding 146-30 overall record, while proving to be a lightning quick attacker, with wonderful movement and technique, which he's fine-tuned under the tutelage of Potter, and brother, Chris."The Potter 'factor' have been the driving force in my wrestling career, and personal life," said Benjamin, the top seed here at 132 pounds, and easy winner in his tourney opener against Jeremy Jakowitsch of Huntley."Between those two guys (Potters) are six state medals, two state titles each, and a world of technical knowledge, the ability to prepare to be your absolute best (both) physically and … [Read more...] about St. Charles East’s Benjamin opens state with victory