State Street Global Advisors Publishes 2020 Proxy Season Review, Showcasing Recent Asset Stewardship Activity

Also Unveils Inaugural Annual Climate Report

State Street Global Advisors, the asset management business of State Street Corporation (NYSE: STT), today published their 2020 Proxy Season Review, which details their voting and engagement record this proxy season, and provides an overview of key focus areas for the asset stewardship program. During the 2020 proxy season, State Street Global Advisors’ asset stewardship team had comprehensive engagements with 409 companies and voted on 113,595 proposals across 70 countries on behalf of clients. Key areas of focus included: companies’ response and resilience in the face of COVID-19, integration of State Street Global Advisors’ R-Factor™ ESG scoring system, and expanding the Fearless Girl campaign for gender diversity. The Proxy Season Review was supplemented by an inaugural Climate Report, to be published annually, which provides further granularity on the stewardship team’s voting and engagement activities related to climate. The asset stewardship team continues engagement beyond

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Hacker publishes students’ grades, private info after demanding ransom

  • A hacker published grades and personal information of thousands of Las Vegas students after school district officials refused to pay a ransom in exchange for the information.
  • The leaked information included students’ names, social security numbers, addresses, and some financial information, and were published on an online hacker forum this week, a cybersecurity analyst told Business Insider.
  • Las Vegas’ Clark County School District announced earlier this month that some of its files were compromised by a hacker using ransomware and that law enforcement was investigating.
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Last month, Las Vegas’ largest public school district announced that a hacker compromised some of its files using ransomware and was holding the files hostage while demanding a ransom payment.

Now, a hacker has published files containing students’ grades and personal information after school district officials refused to pay the ransom.

Brett Callow, a threat analyst with cybersecurity

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Akerna Publishes eBook Detailing the Complex Needs of Technology in Cannabis

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The ability of technology in allowing the flow of data through the full cannabis supply chain becomes of paramount importance in facilitating regulatory compliance in the industry.

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The ability of technology in allowing the flow of data through the full cannabis supply chain becomes of paramount importance in facilitating regulatory compliance in the industry.

DENVER, Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Akerna (Nasdaq: KERN), a leading compliance technology provider and developer of the cannabis industry’s first seed-to-sale enterprise resource planning (ERP) software technology (MJ Platform®), is releasing a new eBook titled: Technology in the Cannabis Industry.

Experience the interactive Multichannel News Release here: https://www.multivu.com/players/English/8728752-akerna-mj-freeway-platform-ebook/

The eBook details the growing need for operators to adopt sophisticated software technologies, like Akerna’s enterprise software MJ Platform, in order keep up with the increasingly complex and rapidly consolidating cannabis industry.

Read the eBook: https://info.mjfreeway.com/hubfs/E-Books/MJF_Technology_ebook.pdf

The unique and complex nature

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