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first_imgRealogy CEO Ryan Schneider (Credit: iStock)Realogy’s stock got a boost on Monday, following a weekend of intrigue, rumor and conflicting statements surrounding its legal battle with Compass.The company’s stock price jumped more than 11 percent to $5.48. It was a strong day in the market overall, with 20 of 29 real estate stocks The Real Deal follows up on the previous week.The uptick followed a week of conflicting statements from both firms over a July lawsuit filed by Realogy, which accused Compass of “predatory” poaching and attempts at price-fixing.In an effort to get the case thrown out, Compass last week claimed Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider of attempting to sell Realogy to Compass — a claim that Schneider said was “simply not true.”ADVERTISEMENTHowever, the back-and-forth might have helped Realogy’s stock performance, whether investors were responding favorably to reports that Schneider considered selling Realogy, or to the counter report that he wasn’t going to sell.Realogy declined to comment. This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Nowlast_img read more

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first_imgEbola cases in western DR Congo rise to 84 in latest outbreak Ebola outbreak cases hit 1000 in DR Congo Ebola healthcare workers in the Eastern Congolese town of Beni in the Democratic Republic of Congo, October 8, 2019. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra/File PhotoAs the world continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, reports indicate that the number of cases of Ebola in western DR Congo has reached 100, a nearly two-fold increase in a little over five weeks.In a statement, The World Health Organisation (WHO) said that the latest Ebola outbreak, DR Congo’s eleventh, was declared on June 1, in Equateur Province.According to Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, WHO’s Regional Director for Africa, “With 100 Ebola cases in less than 100 days, the outbreak in Equateur Province is evolving in a concerning way,”“A cluster of cases was initially detected in Mbandaka, the provincial capital. The outbreak has since spread to 11 of the province’s 17 health zones. Of the 100 cases reported so far, 96 are confirmed and four are probable. Forty-three people have lost their lives,” reads part of the WHO statement.The DR Congo Ministry of Health said that it has, “Presented an integrated plan to donors and partners” for about $40 million and committed $4 million. There is a critical need for additional support“Without extra support, the teams on the ground will find it harder to get ahead of the virus,” said Dr. Moeti.“Covid-19 is not the only emergency needing robust support. As we know from our recent history we ignore Ebola at our peril.”The majority of the responders have been mobilized locally under the leadership of the DR Congo Government.There are currently 90 WHO experts on the ground, as well as experts from nearly 20 partner organizations supporting the responseRelatedcenter_img Four new Ebola cases confirmed in DR Congolast_img read more

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