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Last seen on: –Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Feb 25 2021
–The Washington Post Crossword – Sep 6 2020
–LA Times Crossword 6 Sep 20, Sunday
–The Washington Post Crossword – Aug 9 2020
NY Times Crossword 22 Oct 19, Tuesday
Random information on the term “Savvy”:
Savvy is a 2008 children’s fantasy novel by Ingrid Law aimed at children aged nine to twelve. The American Library Association named Savvy a 2009 Newbery Honor Book. Before Mibs turns thirteen her Poppa gets into a terrible accident. Eager to save him, Mibs sneaks on a bus with her siblings and the preacher’s kids. But when the bus starts heading the wrong direction, it will take new friends, savvy’s and a whole lot of growing up for Mibs to truly save Poppa.
Two days before turning thirteen, Mibs conjures up ideas of what her new savvy could be. But when her Momma receives a call saying that her Poppa got into a car accident, Momma and Rocket go to Salina to visit him, leaving Mibs, her siblings, and Grandpa by themselves. The next day, Mibs boards the bus with her younger brother Samson, where she gets bullied and made fun of. After a dreadful last day of school, Mibs arrives home with an unexpected visit from Miss Rosemary and her children, Bobbi and Will Junior. Miss Rosemary later decides to throw Mibs a birthday party, not knowing that she could threaten the secrets the Beaumonts want to hide.
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Nasdaq, Inc. is an American multinational financial services corporation that owns and operates (and is listed on) the NASDAQ stock market and eight European Stock Exchanges, including the Armenian Stock Exchange, Copenhagen Stock Exchange, Helsinki Stock Exchange, Iceland Stock Exchange, Riga Stock Exchange, Stockholm Stock Exchange, Tallinn Stock Exchange, and NASDAQ OMX Vilnius. It is headquartered in New York City, and its president and chief executive officer is Adena Friedman. The Swedish investment company Investor AB has been a major shareholder since 2011.
Nasdaq, Inc. is the owner of the NASDAQ listing, founded in 1975.
In December 2005, the London Stock Exchange Group (LSE) rejected a £1.6 billion takeover offer from Macquarie Bank. The LSE described the offer as “derisory”. It then received a bid in March 2006 for £2.4 billion from NASDAQ, which was also rejected by the LSE. NASDAQ later pulled its bid, and less than two weeks later on April 11, 2006, struck a deal with LSE’s largest shareholder, Ameriprise Financial’s Threadneedle Asset Management unit, to acquire all of that firm’s stake, consisting of 35.4 million shares, at £11.75 per share. NASDAQ also purchased 2.69 million additional shares, resulting in a total stake of 15%. While the seller of those shares was undisclosed, it occurred simultaneously with a sale by Scottish Widows of 2.69 million shares. The move was seen as an effort to force LSE to negotiate either a partnership or eventual merger, as well as to block other suitors such as NYSE Euronext, owner of the New York Stock Exchange.