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Smith also discussed the firm’s position in healthcare information company Cerner Corp where the hedge fund reached a settlement and obtained board seats last week. Smith said that a refreshed board, commitments to buy back more shares and to reach for more aggressive targets will serve the company well. The company’s stock price rose 10 percent last week when the settlement was announced engraved cufflinks for groomsmen. During the first quarter of 2019, Starboard was the most active activist investment firm, starting seven new campaigns that pushed for change at companies ranging from Bristol-Myers Squibb Co to pizza chain Papa Johns..

BEIJING/DETROIT (Reuters) – It took one 330 kilometer trip from Chongqing to Chengdu in his Nio ES8, a seven-seater all-electric SUV, for its owner Wang Haichun to be consumed with buyer’s remorse. Despite being billed as capable of going 335 km on a single full charge, the ES8 didn’t get anywhere near that when driving on freeways at speeds above 100 km per hour (60mph), he said, adding that after 180 km, there was only 50 km of range left. “We had to recharge the car once and drove with a high level of anxiety throughout, constantly having to keep an eye on the range meter,” the 44-year-old manager of a property firm said. Toward the end of the trip, he shut off the air conditioner and audio system to preserve power engraved cufflinks for groomsmen.

“I wouldn’t want to do that kind of trip again – ever.” engraved cufflinks for groomsmen. So unhappy was Wang, who paid 481,000 yuan ($71,700) for the vehicle, he sold it. He and his wife have since bought a Lexus NX300h gasoline-electric SUV. Asked to comment on Wang’s experience, Nio Inc said in an e-mailed statement the ES8 can travel more than 200 km when constantly driven at a 100 km per hour and that battery swap stations are available for quick recharging. The statement did not address Nio’s advertising of 335 km on a single full charge..