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Billionaire Ken Griffin Snaps Up These 3 “Strong Buy” Stocks

As fears of a tech bubble and stretched valuations become the talk of the town, investors are turning to Wall Street titans for guidance, namely Ken Griffin. Founding hedge fund Citadel in 1990, the firm now boasts over $35 billion worth of assets under management.As a 19-year-old sophomore at Harvard University, Griffin began trading from his dorm room with a fax machine, computer and phone. Now, the CEO of Citadel, whose net worth stands at $15.5 billion, is known as one of the Wall Street greats. Looking at the fund’s performance during the COVID crisis, it’s even more clear why Griffin has legendary status.Unlike the average hedge fund, which had a negative return of between 3-4% in the first half of 2020, Citadel’s flagship Wellington fund saw its returns land between 13-14% for the same period.Bearing this in mind,

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Iteris Selected by Florida Department of Transportation to Implement Smart Mobility and Safety Initiative

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  • Iteris will implement a near-miss identification safety system at key intersections across three Florida counties
  • Groundbreaking program supports FDOT’s Driving Down Fatalities goals to proactively improve road safety by using smart mobility technologies to reduce crashes statewide
  • Deal marks expansion of Iteris’ safety-focused software-as-a-service offering
  • Iteris, Inc. (NASDAQ: ITI), the global leader in smart mobility infrastructure management, today announced that the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has selected Iteris to deploy a near-miss identification system at key intersections in three Florida counties in support of FDOT’s Driving Down Fatalities traffic safety vision of a congestion and fatality-free transportation system across the state.” data-reactid=”17″Iteris, Inc. (NASDAQ: ITI), the global leader in smart mobility infrastructure management,

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    U.S. Department of Transportation Awards Nearly $80 Million in Grants to Improve Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety

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    WASHINGTON (PR) – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) today announced that it has awarded nearly $80 million in grants to states and educational institutions to enhance commercial motor vehicle (CMV) safety.  Today’s awards represent the highest ever funding level for these critical safety grants. 

    “These awards of nearly $80 million represent the highest funding level for these critical safety grants to enhance commercial motor vehicle and road safety,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao.

    FMCSA today announced:

    • $45 million in High Priority (HP) grants to enhance states’ commercial motor vehicle safety efforts, as well as advance technological capabilities within states.
    • $32.7 million in Commercial Driver’s License Program Implementation (CDLPI) grants to enhance efforts by states to improve the national commercial driver’s license (CDL) program.
    • $2 million in Commercial Motor Vehicle Operator Safety Training (CMVOST) grants to 20 educational institutions to help train veterans
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    Texas Department of Transportation launches “Share the Road: Look Twice for Motorcycles” campaign

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    The Texas Department of Transportation has launched the “Share the Road: Look Twice for Motorcycles,” campaign to alert drivers of the risks motorcyclists face.

    TEXAS, USA — The Texas Department of Transportation has launched the “Share the Road: Look Twice for Motorcycles,” campaign to alert drivers of the risks motorcyclists face.

    The campaign is also to alert the drivers of the precautions to take to protect other motorists as well as themselves.

    Share the Road: Look Twice for Motorcycles is a campaign that will remind drivers that motorcycles are small and can be hard to see.

    In 2019, 412 motorcyclists were killed in Texas, with the highest fatality numbers being in Odessa, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, El Paso, Lubbock, and Corpus Christi. 

    The number of motorcycle traffic crashes in 2019, was 37, which resulted in six motorcyclist deaths and seven motorcyclists being seriously injured.

    Midland faced a

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