Newcastle United 2 Stoke City 1: Lascelles strikes again to make it three straight wins Matt Dorman Last updated 2 years ago 23:56 16/9/2017 Getty Images Jamaal Lascelles headed the winning goal for the second time in as many weeks to help Newcastle to a 2-1 victory over Stoke. A Matt Ritchie masterclass guided Newcastle United to a 2-1 home win over Stoke City as the Magpies recorded their best start to a Premier League campaign since 2011-12.Having netted the winner against Swansea last weekend, Jamal Lascelles again rose high to head the hosts to a third straight top-flight victory for the first time in almost three years.Christian Atsu earlier opened the scoring inside 19 minutes from a superb Ritchie cross, before Xherdan Shaqiri’s excellent strike restored parity after the restart. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing But Ritchie picked out his skipper from a late corner for the second week to extend Rafael Benitez’s unbeaten streak against Stoke to six matches.The Spanish manager returned to the touchline after missing last week’s match and watched compatriot Joselu spurn a hat-trick of chances against his former club.However, Mark Hughes’ side were unable to make the most of the reprieves as their five-match unbeaten run against Newcastle came to an end.68′- GOOOAAAAAALLLLL!!!!! The captain has done it again!!! 2-1!! #NUFC pic.twitter.com/N72AtkG9Mb— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) September 16, 2017Stoke enjoyed a wealth of early possession and quickly looked the brighter of the two sides, although their encouraging start counted for little when Newcastle broke the deadlock in the 19th minute.After his role in last week’s victory, Scotland winger Ritchie was again the architect for the opener, curling a perfect cross to the far post for Atsu to volley home.An unmarked Joselu could well have doubled the advantage against his former side when Chancel Mbemba’s delivery dropped in behind Stoke’s defence, but the Spaniard awkwardly directed a first-time finish past Jack Butland’s left upright.Joselu was again guilty of failing to make the Potters pay just moments later, the 27-year-old this time unable to beat Butland in a one-on-one when Ayoze Perez’s deflected strike fell kindly in the area.The trend continued immediately after the restart as Joselu made it a trio of wasted opportunities by inexplicably firing over at close-range after Kevin Wimmer misread Atsu’s left-sided cross.Magpies goalkeeper Rob Elliot was required to make a rare save when he palmed away Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting’s firm drive as Hughes’ side warmed to the contest.And the hosts’ string of missed chances came back to haunt them when Shaqiri took a pair of touches outside the box before curling a fine low finish inside the right post.6 – Each of Xherdan Shaqiri’s last six Premier League goals have been from outside the box. Whack.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 16, 2017Elliot next pushed Mame Biram Diouf’s header over the bar, before a recovering Kurt Zouma was deemed to have got a vital touch on the ball when he halted Atsu’s progress in the area just as the attacker looked destined to double his tally.It mattered little though as Ritchie and Lascelles combined to restore Newcastle’s lead, the defender credited with the goal as he challenged Wimmer in heading home a corner.And the captain’s effort proved to be a winning intervention for the home side for the second time in as many weeks, with Chuopo-Moting blasting over a gilt-edge final chance for the Potters to snatch a point. KEY OPTA STATS- Newcastle have won three consecutive top-flight games for the first time since November 2014.- Christian Atsu bagged his first Premier League goal in his 10th appearance in the competition, having made his English top-flight debut in August 2014.- Matt Ritchie has provided 11 assists in the league since the start of last season, more than any other Newcastle player.- Each of Xherdan Shaqiri’s last six Premier League goals have come from outside the box, with only two of his eight goals in the competition coming from inside the area.- All four of Jamaal Lascelles’ Premier League goals have been headers from corners. read more
New Arsenal signing Denis Suarez says that he hopes to emulate the efforts of club legends Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp during his stay in the Premier League.The Barcelona midfielder has signed a loan deal with the Gunners until the end of the season after putting pen to paper on a fresh set of terms at Camp Nou.The 25-year-old was formerly on the books at Manchester City in the English top-flight between 2011 and 2013, but the Spaniard says that his new club were the side who inspired him most growing up. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? “One thing no one knows about me is that, when I was little and I used to watch the Premier League on the TV, Arsenal were a team that really inspired me,” Suarez told Arsenal’s official website.“I used to watch Bergkamp and Henry – they’re both legends of the club and hopefully we can follow in their footsteps.”Suarez’s arrival at the Emirates Stadium makes for a reunion with his former Sevilla boss Unai Emery, who succeeded Arsene Wenger as manager of the Gunners last year.The former Villarreal man has nothing but praise for the former Paris Saint-Germain boss, and offered up an effusive assessment of the pair’s working rapport.“I have a very good relationship with him,” Suarez added. “I spent a year with him at Sevilla when we won the Europa League.“I think he’s a very demanding coach and one of the best coaches in the world right now – I’ve been saying that for a while.“I’m really happy to have the chance to work with him again and I hope that the rest of the season is successful for me and the club.”With the deal signed, Suarez also laid out his ambitions with the club over the coming months, particularly in regards to European success with the Gunners.“I’ve come here to play as much as possible and try to help the team qualify for the Champions League,” he stated.“I’d like to win the Europa League with Arsenal too – why not? It’s a trophy I won under Unai Emery at Sevilla and I’d love to win it again here.”Suarez will be in line for his club debut when his new side travel to his former team City in a vital clash on Sunday.
MADISON, WI – OCTOBER 17: Jack Cichy #48 of the Wisconsin Badgers attempts to block a punt by Joe Schopper #31 of the Purdue Boilermakers during the third quarter of a game at Camp Randall Stadium on October 17, 2015 in Madison, Wisconsin. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)Wisconsin, a preseason top 10 team, has been on “upset alert” a couple of times already this season. The Badgers have struggled to put away a couple of their early-season opponents, though they’ve emerged with a victory each time.Will that be the case today? Maybe…Wisconsin, ranked No. 6 in the latest top 25, is struggling with BYU at home. The Badgers and the Cougars are tied, 14-14, after two quarters.Uh oh.Halftime: Wisconsin 14, BYU 14. Cougars out-gained the Badgers 222-178. Offense must be better, but defense has a lot to clean up in the second half. Those jet sweeps, among other things, gave Wisconsin fits.— Jesse Temple (@jessetemple) September 15, 2018That’s not ideal.Wisconsin has been a second-half team all season, but the Badgers have been really outplayed so far.We’ll see if that changes in the second half.
Dr. Tufton noted that last year, there was a seven percent decline in accident and emergency ward admissions, and a 20 percent increase in the number of individuals visiting health centres, citing this as a shift in persons’ focus from curative to preventative healthcare. Story Highlights Health Minister, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton, says discussions surrounding the challenges impacting personal health and wellness must focus on the root cause, with a view to decisively addressing these factors. Health Minister, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton, says discussions surrounding the challenges impacting personal health and wellness must focus on the root cause, with a view to decisively addressing these factors.“It (must be) about how we take responsibility for ourselves, our brothers, sisters, communities and our families,” he emphasized.The Minister was speaking at last Thursday’s (May 3) presentation of medical equipment and supplies, valued US$40,000, to the May Pen Hospital in Clarendon by bauxite company, JAMALCO.Dr. Tufton noted that last year, there was a seven percent decline in accident and emergency ward admissions, and a 20 percent increase in the number of individuals visiting health centres, citing this as a shift in persons’ focus from curative to preventative healthcare.The Minister said he is encouraged by this, as it would greatly help persons to recognise their role in the general thrust of safeguarding their health and wellness, as also opting for preventative measures, which he contended will yield significant long-term dividends.Against this background, Dr. Tufton encouraged persons to take responsibility for their personal health and well-being.He also urged well-thinking Jamaicans to speak out against pervasive negative behaviour impacting the society that continues to result in tragedies which place a heavy toll on the country’s health resources.“If we ignore the consequences of our aggression as a society, there is no Minister or Government that is going to be in a position to (effectively) respond to a situation (like) that,” Dr. Tufton contended.Meanwhile JAMALCO’s Managing Director, Austin Mooney, welcomed the opportunity afforded the company to partner with the Health Ministry, Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA), and associated stakeholders in Manchester and Clarendon which, among other things, facilitated the firm’s donation to the May Pen Hospital.The provisions included: hand drills; emergency patient stretcher trolleys; four orthopaedic beds and mattresses; 31 pieces of orthopaedic equipment and accompanying accessories; and two pelvic reduction clamps.These are among expenditure totaling US$80,000 that have made since 2016, to provide the hospital with wide-ranging inputs.“We are confident that the medical supplies and equipment we are donating will go a long way in helping to strengthen health care delivery for residents in the parishes in which we operate,” he said.The Managing Director further stated that JAMALCO is cognizant of the constraints impacting the public health care system, including tight budgets and heavy demand for services.“This donation demonstrates our commitment to treat the communities in which we operate with respect and support their sustainable development,” Mr. Mooney added.Country Manager for the Noble Group, a major shareholder in JAMALCO, Roy Marsh, also expressed pleasure at the opportunity to assist in improving public health facilities, and the quality of service delivery.The Noble Foundation has, over the past four years, provided approximately J$28 million in funding support to help strengthen the health care system and raise the operational standards of several medical facilities across central Jamaica.These inputs include: upgrading of the Raymonds, Mile Gully and Pratville health centres; refurbishing of the Manchester Infirmary; and purchasing supplies and equipment for the SRHA.“Today’s presentation of medical supplies (to the May Pen Hospital) will culminate our commitment of $9.6 million to the SRHA. We at the Noble Foundation are cognizant that health care in Jamaica is very costly and we believe that the donated items you received in 2016 and the ones you are receiving today will greatly assist in bolstering and, in some cases, help to alleviate the chronic shortage that exists at some of the health facilities,” Mr. Marsh said. “It (must be) about how we take responsibility for ourselves, our brothers, sisters, communities and our families,” he emphasized.
zoom China’s Shanghai Dingheng Shipping has embarked upon an ambitious investment campaign as it speeds up efforts to create a fleet of over 20 ships by the end of this year.Last week, the company inked a deal with Ningbo Xinle Shipbuilding Group on the construction of ten 9,000-tonne stainless steel chemical tankers. Dingheng added that it has reached a preliminary agreement with the shipyard on the construction of ten additional 6,000-tonne stainless steel chemical tankers.The delivery and financial terms of the two contracts have not been disclosed.“We will comprehensively optimize the design of this type of ships based on years of experience in practical use, apply domestic high-quality equipment as far as possible premised on keeping good general performance of ships, in an effort to create opportunities for and power the transformation and upgrading of related products in Chinese industry chain of chemical tankers,” the shipping company said.What is more, Dingheng and Ningbo Xinle Shipbuilding have also signed a 10-year bareboat charter agreement for 6 chemical tankers. These include three 7,500t coated chemical tankers, one 16,500t coated chemical tanker and two 13,200t new stainless steel chemical tankers, which will be delivered to Dingheng in the upcoming few months.In addition, the Shanghai-based shipping company, operating in Chinese coastal and international chemical transportation segment, has four 8,500t and two 13,000t chemical tankers under construction slated for delivery by the end of this year.
HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 102/103 – Bicentennial Highway Blasting is taking place on Highway 102 between Exit 2A and Exit 1D and Highway 103 between Exit 2A and Exit 1B. Work is for the new 102/103 interchange. Blasting will take place twice a day at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. for ten-minute intervals. Work is expected to continue until Sunday, March 31. NEW WORK RICHMOND COUNTY: Port Royal Bridge Port Royal Bridge on Port Royal Road on Isle Madame is closed until further notice. Traffic can detour on MacEachern Road. CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Nappan Marsh (Rainbow) Bridge, Trunk 2 Nappan Marsh (Rainbow) Bridge over the Nappan River on Trunk 2, outside Amherst, is closed until further notice. A detour is available on Route 302, Southampton Road and Smith Road. Traffic approaching Amherst is being rerouted a short distance on the Nappan and Lower Porter Roads, while traffic leaving Amherst is required to detour on Smith Road. KINGS COUNTY: Joe Lee Bridge, Selfridge Joe Lee Bridge, on Brooklyn Street, Selfridge, will be closed to all traffic from Jan. 14 to Jan. 21 for repairs. A detour is available through Morden Road, Route 221 and Clairmont Road. CONTINUING WORK INVERNESS COUNTY: Cranton Bridge, Margaree Centre Cranton Bridge, Margaree Centre, is closed until further notice due to safety concerns. Replacement to take place this year.Detour via East Big Intervale Road, Crowdis Cross Road and West Big Intervale Road. HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 103 Blasting is taking place twice a day, Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Highway 103 between exits 5 and 5A. Traffic will be stopped in both directions while blasting is occurring. Traffic may be stopped for periods of 20 minutes.Expect delays and proceed with caution. Blasting will be ongoing until mid-January. YARMOUTH COUNTY: Cape Forchu Bridge, Route 304Cape Forchu Bridge on Route 304, Yarmouth Bar, is reduced to one lane for repairs until Sunday, March 31. Traffic lights and traffic control personal will be on site. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. -30-
3 November 2008The small African Great Lakes nation of Rwanda has become the latest country to accede to a 50-year-old United Nations convention on commercial arbitration, the UN Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) announced today. The small African Great Lakes nation of Rwanda has become the latest country to accede to a 50-year-old United Nations convention on commercial arbitration, the UN Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) announced today.Rwanda becomes the 143rd State Party to the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, also known as the New York Convention, as a result of the accession. The treaty will enter into force for Rwanda on 29 January next year.The convention requires courts of the States Parties to enforce arbitration agreements and to recognize and enforce arbitral awards made in other States.Earlier this year, in a statement marking its 50th anniversary, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon described the pact as “a cornerstone of the rule of law in international trade relations.”He said the convention had provided a basis for enforceable rights and commitments in international commercial agreements, and had given companies the confidence to invest in places which they might otherwise have avoided.
Some 70,000 families in two drought-stricken Ethiopian provinces are receiving food crop seeds that can be planted late in the delayed rainy season in the hope that they will not need emergency food aid, the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) said today.“Thanks to generous funding from Canada, some 350,500 drought-affected people in the regions of Amhara and Tigray are being given seeds of late-planting pulses, such as chickpeas, lentils and vetch,” FAO said in a release. “Late-planting carrot, cabbage, tomato, onion, beetroot and spinach seeds are also being distributed to selected farmers, women and youth groups.”Prolonged drought and poor and delayed rains had led to the widespread loss of high-yielding maize and sorghum, the FAO Emergency Coordination Unit in Ethiopia said.The distribution of food crop seeds would help to improve household nutrition and give the families both a food safety net and a source of income, thereby reducing their dependency on emergency food aid, FAO said.Ethiopia already has 13.2 million people needing urgent food aid, “due mainly to structural causes, poverty and recurrent natural disasters,” it said.In return for the agricultural help, the Ethiopian Government requires families to do work that will benefit their communities, such as repairing water management projects, FAO said. Occasional but intense floods have destroyed some of the canals, small dams and diversion weirs set up as part of such projects in both provinces.The repairs, however, were becoming too complex for local farmers and they would have to be trained, it said.“There is an important educational component to this project,” FAO said, “Farmers will be trained in modern crop production techniques, seed selection and water management procedures. By assisting today’s food-insecure households, we may be producing the self-sufficient, self-reliant households of tomorrow.”
Ottawa cites more competition behind moves to regulate telecom industry AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email MONTREAL – There was no mistaking the signal Ottawa sent to Canada’s three largest telecommunication companies in 2013 — provide more competition and choice for consumers, or we will do it for you.The government’s latest move came Dec. 18 when it announced it would make legislative changes to prevent the wireless market, dominated by Rogers, Bell and Telus, from charging smaller companies more than they charge their own customers for domestic roaming.“Currently, high domestic roaming rates hold back many providers, especially new entrants, from offering more choice, lower prices and better service to Canadians,” Industry Minister James Moore said at the time.But it wasn’t the first swing the federal government took at the industry.During the summer, the prospect of US Verizon Wireless entering the Canadian market became a political hot potato, pitting the consumer-oriented Conservatives against Big Business, which argued that the upcoming spectrum auction process was set up to favour foreign competitors and disadvantage Canadian incumbents.And there’s more to come. Ottawa has said it wants consumers to have more choice in selecting their TV channels – the so-called “pick-and-pay” model – and improvements in high-speed Internet services for rural communitiesIn addition, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission will, early next year, examine the state of the wireless industry and what regulatory measures may be required if the CRTC was to find the market not “sufficiently competitive.”“The goal of the government’s policy is more competition,” Moore emphasized in his announcement about roaming charges.“We think taking this action, and legislating this action, will result in a better environment for consumer choice,” Moore said.Analyst Eamon Hoey said he expects pushback from the telecom industry.“The argument that they’re going to put forward is, if the government steps in and starts mucking around with their business models, it will threaten revenue and profitability and that will be bad for Canada.”Richard Smith of the Centre for Digital Media said more regulations have political implications and noted that Ottawa had some success with its pro-competition campaign.“Almost every Canadian has a cellphone, almost every Canadian has cable TV, almost every Canadian has Internet,” Smith said from Vancouver.“So there are political implications that swing for the government,” said Smith, the centre’s director and a professor in the school of communication at Simon Fraser University.Rogers (TSX:RCI.B), Bell (TSX:BCE) and Telus (TSX:T) have declined to comment on the issue of more regulation.Ottawa has been unwavering about what it expects in the wireless industry. It wants a fourth national player in every region of the country to give consumers more choice as small startups, such as Wind Mobile and indebted Mobilicity, now under creditor protection, struggle to attract cellphone customers.“We do have fourth players in many markets of this country, but they’re regional and not national,” Moore said, in a recent interview. “I think more competition can be realized.”Greg O’Brien, editor and publisher of a website based in Hamilton, Ont. that covers the Canadian cable, radio, television and telecom industries, said the government’s efforts are too late.The big three telecoms now have 90 per cent of Canadian wireless customers and there’s no opportunity left for large foreign telecom companies to muscle in, said O’Brien, of Cartt.ca.The government’s auction of spectrum _ radio waves needed to operate cellphone networks _ is set for Jan. 14 and there are no foreign telecom companies on the bidders’ list. The auction of 700 megahertz spectrum will allow wireless carriers to bring faster networks to rural communities and provide better coverage in dense, urban areas.“The three companies that we have are the ones we’re going to have, and we’re going to have some regional players,” O’Brien said.Moore has also delivered a stern warning to telecom companies hoarding airwaves that could be used to provide more high-speed Internet service to rural Canadians: ‘Use it or lose it.’He said the government will reclaim some spectrum licenses up for renewal next year if the telecom companies haven’t deployed them.Canaccord Genuity analyst Dvai Ghose said any changes the industry makes will be in response to the battle over Verizon, which eventually decided to pass on Canada’s wireless market.“I think as far as bad relations with government, they certainly got worse. In the heat of the battle, it all got very silly,” Ghose said.As for more choice when it comes to TV channels, Ghose said that TV providers can’t give real a la carte choice because of the so-called “must-carry” channels in television packages.The Weather Network and its French equivalent MeteoMedia, Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, CBC and Radio-Canada and CPAC are examples of must-carry channels.This week, however, the CRTC announced that cable and satellite companies will be required to give their consumers the option of subscribing to Sun News Network and every other Canadian news channel, starting next spring.The announcement set a mid-March deadline for cable and satellite companies to offer all Canadian news services either in bundles or a la carte.The CRTC previously rejected Sun News Network’s bid for a guaranteed spot on basic cable and satellite services _ known as “mandatory carriage”, while acknowledging there are significant obstacles facing newly launched news services trying to compete against established networks such as CBC News Network and CTV News Channel. by LuAnn LaSalle, The Canadian Press Posted Dec 29, 2013 4:00 am MDT
Safety and operational reliability are key for equipment that operates on mines, and even more so when this machinery is responsible for the vertical movement of personnel. SA French will supply two Saltec T1 0.5 t passenger hoists to copper mines in Zambia. The two hoists will facilitate the movement of personnel, together with light tools and equipment, up the shaft headgear framework. Louw Smit, sales manager at SA French, says that the order was secured as a turnkey contract which includes the supply, installation and commissioning of the two hoists at two different mines in the region. “Vertical transport solutions always need to comply with stringent safety parameters and the Saltec passenger hoists incorporate advanced security systems including a speed regulator and an overspeed emergency braking system on an independent pinion,” Smit says. These features will ensure that mine personnel are able to undertake maintenance activities safety and efficiently, optimising the productivity on the mines. Smit says that the integral emergency brake on the Saltec hoist will bring the cabin to a gradual stop in the event of overspeed conditions during descent. The Saltec hoists will be installed to reach a maximum height of 72 m and will be programmed to stop at five different levels on the headgear frame. Manufactured by Torgar, Saltec passenger and material hoists feature rack and pinion drives ensuring reliable operation. This type of system also requires minimum maintenance and is considered the safest for vertical travel. Constructed as a heavy duty elevator which is engineered to operate under the worst conditions, the Saltec hoist is manufactured from hot dipped galvanised steel and aluminium. The high strength cabin is equipped with loadcells to avoid overloading, while the sophisticated electronic control system has a functional user-friendly panel. “SA French has a long association with customers on the African continent, both in the mining and construction sectors, and has a sound understanding of the often harsh operating conditions in which the equipment has to function,” Smit says. “This enabled us to recommend the optimum vertical transport solution to the mines.”
GARDAÍ DO NOT suspect foul play after the body of a man was discovered at the University Hospital Limerick Chapel.The man, aged in his 70s, and from a Limerick suburb, was found with gunshot wounds to his chest inside the hospital church. The deceased was found by a member of the public who entered the chapel around 3pm.A firearm was also discovered at the church near the man’s body, sources said. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.It’s understood the man had been receiving treatment for a serious condition at the hospital.Detectives were gathering CCTV from security cameras at the hospital as part of their investigation, and a Garda forensic examination of the scene was carried out.A spokesperson for UHL said the incident was a matter for the gardaí and that the hospital would not be making any comment.Gardaí described the incident as a tragedy and were not looking for anyone else in connection with the man’s death. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URL File Wednesday 18 Jan 2017, 3:56 PM 25,793 Views http://jrnl.ie/3192826 Man dies after shooting on grounds of Limerick hospital Foul play is not suspected. Jan 18th 2017, 3:56 PM Share6 Tweet Email1 File By David Raleigh 6 Comments
Pinterest Andy Cohen Ronda Rousey, Sonya Deville join Total Divas Season 9 cast, will premiere on October 2 Twitter Rachel Bloom announces pregnancy following Emmy win Rob Kardashians Sister NOT Happy About His New Relationship But Kris Jenner Is THRILLED! Videos Articles WhatsApp Videos Articles Alex Trebek returns to ‘Jeopardy!’ Kim Kardashian Google+ SPOILERS: 2/23 NXT UK TV tapings in Coventry, Title match set for TakeOver: New York Now Playing Up Next Monday Night Raw nominated for TV Show of the Year at the People’s Choice Awards Kim Kardashian ‘Got in Trouble’ With Kanye For Daughter North Wearing Makeup Facebook Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Last night’s 2/23 Total Divas on the E! Network drew 777,000 viewers. This is down from last week’s show that drew 808,000 viewers and continues the downward trend of viewers tuning out the live broadcast of the show since the season premiere back on 1/19.The show drew a 0.38 rating among adults 18-49 on Tuesday night.Source: Showbuzzdaily.comRecommended videosPowered by AnyClipKim Kardashian West Expecting Baby BoyVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration -:-/Current Time 0:00Loaded: 0%Remaining Time -0:00 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Kanye West Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Now Playing Up Next Kim Kardashian West Expecting Baby Boy Videos Articles
NEW YORK (AP) — Boeing said on Thursday that Indonesia’s Lion Air plans to buy 230 jets, which would be the airplane maker’s biggest order ever if it is finalized.The list price for the Boeing 737s would be $21.7 billion, although it’s common for customers to receive a discount.Boeing 737s are assembled in Renton.Lion Air said it plans to buy 201 of Boeing’s 737 Max planes, which are getting design tweaks and new engines to make them more fuel efficient. Lion Air also plans to buy 29 extended-range 737s. The White House announced Lion Air’s plans on Thursday as part of President Barack Obama’s trip to Bali, Indonesia.The announcement comes just days after Boeing got its biggest order in terms of dollar value. On Sunday, Emirates Airline ordered 50 Boeing 777s, with a list price of $18 billion.Boeing has said it expects to start delivering the 737 Max in 2017 and that it will work with Lion Air to finalize an order.Lion Air has options for 150 more planes, valued at $14 billion, bringing the deal’s total potential value to $35 billion.Lion Air has an all-Boeing fleet. It also has orders for 125 more Boeing 737-900ERs.In July, American Airlines said it plans to buy 200 Boeing planes as part of a massive plane purchase that pitted Boeing against its chief rival, Airbus. American at that time said it would also buy 260 planes from Airbus. American has options for 465 more planes from the two manufacturers.That order was seen as the catalyst for Boeing’s redesign of its iconic 737, matching a competing Airbus plane and giving its best-selling jet the fuel efficiency that airlines demand. Boeing makes more 737s than any other plane.
Nagarkurnool: A private school which did not got permission from the Education department has been locked by the Mandal Education Officer at Shatapur village of Peddakottapally mandal on Wednesday. According to sources, the management of Little Stars School at Shatapur village had applied for renewal permission online. However, they failed to submit the hard copies of the same at the MEO office. Also Read – School students take out rallies seeking justice for Harshini in Mahbubnagar Advertise With Us While taking up inspection of private schools, the Peddakottapally MEO visited the school and issued orders to lock it. “Today as part of our checking of private schools which are running without permission, we observed that Little Stars School at Shatapur was running without having formal permission from the Education department. We have locked it until further orders,” said Govind Rajulu, District Education Officer, Nagarkurnool.The school authorities alleged that the MEO has deliberately closed down the school. The authorities said that they would submit all the relevant documents and get the opening orders from the DEO soon.
A relief for crude oil price woes looks elusive in the coming quarters even as the prices fall by nearly 70% since June 2014. While a decent demand supported oil prices from falling further in the past few months, despite supply glut, a slowdown in major economies has now become a big cause of concern for the oil markets.Until recently, oil prices have come under pressure due to oversupply issues, as oil producing countries shelved the idea of cutting output to shore up prices. Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest oil producer, has been vehemently opposing the proposal of reducing the production on concerns over losing its market share to other producers.But now, oil prices seems to be facing demand side worries, as the major oil consuming countries show signs of slowdown.Oil product demand growth in Europe contracted for the first time in 10 months in October, while diesel and gasoline demand growth in China, one of the world’s largest consumers of oil, showed a decline, according to Oil analysts JBC Energy.”The demand situation does not support a return to a higher price environment,” Reuters quoted derivatives exchange operator CME Group as saying.”China is still decelerating. Growth in emerging markets is slow. Europe may grow 1 percent to 2 percent in real GDP terms, the U.S. a little better, and Japan a little less. No major demand surges here.”Overall, crude oil prices have seen nearly 70% decline since last year, falling from highs of over $100 a barrel as the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), which produces 31.7 million barrels a day, decided not to cut output to defend market share.The oversupply situation is expected to get worse once oil exports from Iran hit the global market, as the sanctions over its nuclear programme have been eased by the Western countries.In its recent report, global brokerage Goldman Sachs predicted that oil prices will fall to as low as $20 a barrel in coming months.The benchmark Brent crude prices traded above $36 per barrel on Monday, staying close to 11-year lows hit earlier in December.
LinkedIn is an essential tool for recruiters, a network where individuals’ professional qualifications are emphasized and easily searchable. But according to Adeyemi Ajao, the co-founder of Identified, a big data and analytics company focused on professional information, there are two glaring problems: First, not everyone is on LinkedIn, and second, the search options are not nearly specific enough. A candidate search on LinkedIn casts a loose net says Ajao, and often returns a list of bad or sloppy fits.Ajao believes Identified has solved both these issues. Today, the company announced it had created the largest database of job candidates, with one billion professional profiles and an algorithm that applies big data and predictive analytics to match recruiters with relevant, qualified candidates.LinkedIn, currently the largest professional network, has just over 225 million members, making Identified five times larger than Reid Hoffman’s company. So how did the startup get to a billion? Contrary to LinkedIn, Identified is not limited by a user base, where people need to sign-up to make an account and create a profile. Instead, Identified takes public data from nearly any social media site — Facebook, Twitter, GitHub and LinkedIn, among others — and organizes it into a searchable interface.Currently, Identified focuses strictly on professional information, such as the university you attended, your major, GPA, the company where you work, your job title and your location.Privacy concerns?Ajao stresses the site does not collect data that is not publicly available.“It’s the same public information that you find on Google, we just organize it better,” he says.Related: Could LinkedIn’s New Intro App Put Your Private Info in the Wrong Hands?Still, trolling through someone’s social profile on sites like Facebook or Twitter (even if publicly available), may strike people as invasive, or even creepy.While Ajao doesn’t directly address this, he insists Identified’s aim is to make both recruiters and candidates feel comfortable, which is why a recruiter is able to see only a person’s professional background, not his or her name. If a recruiter is interested in someone, Identified sends the potential candidate a message through a publicly available email address or a social network, like Twitter’s direct message feature.Again, this raises questions around privacy: Receiving an anonymous message over Facebook or Twitter may rub people the wrong way. Ajao insists this middle man approach helps, though. “It’s something dating services have been doing for years,” he says. “People want to find each other, but they want to only find the right people and they want to do it in a comfortable way.”Apparently, privacy isn’t too much of a concern for investors. Founded in 2010, Identified has raised $22.5 million in venture capital from the likes of Venture Capital, VantagePoint Capital and Innovation Endeavors. The startup was able to receive the funding after Ajao and co-founder Brendan Wallace pitched the fact that despite LinkedIn and Facebook’s fairly sophisticated search tools, “no one had focused on using data to identify what a person actually does,” Ajao says.For example, if a hospital recruiter is looking for a nurse, searching for one may turn into a major headache, as there currently approximately 560 nurse labels – anything from chief nursing officer to occupational health nurse practitioner — and no algorithm that could quickly and accurately identify a nurse.Identified set out to exploit this weakness.“For the past year and a half we’ve focused on solving this problem at a scale, across the board, for every profession,” Ajao says. “We’ve finally cracked it.”Related: LinkedIn Rolls Out Enhanced Analytics Suite for BusinessesAn important step was hiring Mohammad Sabah, the former head of Facebook’s data team and ex-employee of Netflix, who helped develop the company’s recommendation algorithm. Sabah has been key in helping Identified create a system to pinpoint relevant candidates that fit the recruiter’s specific qualifications.Telling recruiters what they actually want.Ajao finds that Identified is often better at pinpointing the type of candidate a company is looking for than the recruiters themselves. “A lot of times they click more on the recommendations that we send, because we are basing them on different criteria.” One hospital demonstrated interest only in candidates who worked at university facilities. “They didn’t know it,” Ajao says. “When we talked to the head of recruiting, he said ‘no, no that is not really our criteria.’” When Identified began primarily recommending candidates who had experience working at a university hospital however, the recruitment rates skyrocketed.At Netflix, Ajao says, Sabah learned that the gap between what we think we want and what we actually do can be wide. “You will say, ‘I really like romantic comedies, and Matthew McConaughey.’ But we look at the kind of movies you watch all the way through and the kind of movies you stop watching after 10 minutes. You might say that you like romantic comedies, but what you really like is action with a female lead.”Related: The Cold, Hard Facts About Small Business Hiring (Infographic)Thanks to big data, Ajao believes Identified will soon be able to provide a similar algorithm for both recruiters and those seeking employment. You may think you want one position, but in reality, all your signals indicate that you want an entirely different type of job, and Identified will recognize that discrepancy for you.The next step.One strategy Identified has for closing this talent gap is moving beyond just analyzing professional data. Ajao predicts within the next few months the company will begin taking personality traits into account as well. Seemingly random information about a candidate — his or her taste in movies, food and sports teams – could be revealing. For instance, Ajao discovered the best engineers at Identified all cited their favorite book as Enders Game.But would knowing a candidate’s favorite pizza topping is pepperoni really help determine if he or she would be a good fit for a journalist position? This foray into the personal also raises complicated privacy concerns — a profile listing IQ and personality type seems far more invasive than one that justs lists straight professional data.Despite all this, Ajao is convinced that most people will welcome a highly targeted and relevant approach to recruitment. This strategy has been successfully applied to advertisements — think Google and Facebook — but not to hiring. If all goes well, Identified will permanently disrupt the current model. Otherwise, the company may have a rude awakening when people call foul over email messages telling them their love for pepperoni makes them a perfect fit for a job in analytics.Related: How Online Personality Assessments Could Revolutionize Hiring Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. 6 min read October 28, 2013 This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. Enroll Now for Free
No related posts. Wednesday, March 13, at 11 a.m. will mark the beginning of a new year for The Women’s Club of Costa Rica. The group will hold a special luncheon at The Aurola Holiday Inn’s Salon el Grande Augusto. A special feature will be a stylish selection of handbags of every variety at bargain prices.Join a vibrant group of women actively furthering educational development in Costa Rica for a sumptuous Mediterranean/Exotic luncheon. Select from a great collection of almost new handbags and purses – for the beach, the office, evening wear, travel and more – lots of bargains, with proceeds supporting WCCR’s scholarship program and supplying public school textbooks to students in need.Win one of two elegant new handbags donated by luncheon sponsor, the prestigious handbag designer TOUS. “WCCR is one of the oldest, continuously operating service organizations in Costa Rica,” said in-coming president Michele Cote. “2013 marks our 73rd anniversary and we would especially like to invite new members and guests to this, our annual year-opening event.” The Aurola Holiday Inn is located in San José at Calle 5 and Avenida 9. Luncheon tickets cost $24 (including vouchers for free parking) and are available at 2249-9071. The Women’s Club of Costa Rica’s membership numbers over 300 women of all ages from Costa Rica and many countries of the world, drawn together by the motto of Friendship Through Service. Facebook Comments
Starting this week, milk and dairy prices will increase in Costa Rica. Dos Pinos Cooperative, Costa Rica’s biggest dairy producer, hiked prices on most of its dairy products, as well as those from its Coronado brand.According to the company, increases in production costs forced an adjustment of 2.28 percent on average.With the increase, the price of a carton of milk jumped from ₡545 to ₡555 ($1.09-$1.11), while a bag of milk (leche en bolsa) increased from ₡280 to ₡290 ($0.56-$0.58).Flavored milk, yogurt and cheese prices will also increase. The price of milk with a longer expiration date will remain the same.Inflation on dairy products from September 2012 to February 2013 is 3.17 percent, which according to the company is “lower than the country’s inflation, which reached 3.92 percent during the same period.” Facebook Comments No related posts.
Related posts:Solís put on the defensive as joint US-Costa Rican patrols come up for renewal Costa Rica cocaine seizures top 23 metric tons in 2014 Explainer: What do Costa Rican authorities do with 4.1 tons of seized cocaine? Costa Rica seized record-breaking 26 metric tons of cocaine in 2014 On Tuesday afternoon a U.S. surveillance plane spotted a suspicious ship 36 nautical miles off of Quepos, on Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast. The boat was carrying at least 810 kilograms of cocaine, according to a Public Security Ministry statement on Wednesday.When the five operators of the 30-foot drug boat realized it was being tracked by the plane, the crew began throwing the cocaine overboard. By the time Costa Rica’s Coast Guard intercepted the drug boat, which was flying an Ecuadorian flag, 17 nautical miles off the coast from Quepos, there was no cocaine left on board, ministry spokesman Jesús Ureña said in a telephone interview. Drug Control Police recovered 810 kilos of cocaine in the waters around the boat.The crew consisted of three Colombians with the last names Góngora, Solís and Obando; and two Costa Ricans identified as Elizondo and Cabalceta. Cabalceta reportedly had a sizable rap sheet, including crimes for extortion and aggravated robbery.Costa Rica’s Public Security Ministry seized 21 metric tons of cocaine in 2014, making it the largest single confiscator of the narcotic in Central America, according to comments from minister Celso Gamboa during an end of the year review.See also: At US-Mexico border, a flood of heroin, meth show drug trade is changing Facebook Comments
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