Canadian stocks advanced Tuesday amid earnings misses and an executive shakeup in the U.S. retail sector.The S&P/TSX composite index was ahead 30.88 points to 14,445.62, led by gains in the industrial and mining sectors.The Canadian dollar dropped 0.39 of a cent to 91.71 cents US.U.S. indexes were in the red with the Dow Jones industrials down 50.41 points to 16,461.45, the Nasdaq declined 14.52 points to 4,111.3 and the S&P 500 index was down 4.81 points to 1,880.27.Target has fired the president of its troubled Canadian operations, Tony Fisher, and is replacing him with 15-year U.S. company veteran Mark Schindele, who was senior vice president of merchandising operations.Target is trying to fix its flailing operations in Canada, its first foray outside the U.S. It is also trying to recover from a massive data breach in the U.S. that has cost it customers’ trust. Target shares were down 1.7 cents to US$57.30.Home Depot’s fiscal first-quarter net income climbed 12 per cent to US$1.38 billion, or $1 per share, compared with $1.23 billion, or 83 cents per share, a year earlier. However, earnings ex-items amounted to 96 cents per share, three cents short of estimates.Revenue for the Atlanta company rose three per cent to $19.69 billion, but missed estimates of $19.97 billion. The No. 1 home improvement retailer in the U.S. also raised its full-year earnings forecast and its shares gained $1.12 to $77.62.Office-supplies company Staples posted an adjusted first-quarter profit of 18 cents a share, three cents below expectations. The company also expects to post charges of $105 million to $155 million, related to continuing restructuring during its second quarter and its shares retreated 10 per cent to $12.04.The quarterly earnings season in Canada has pretty much wound up and now traders are waiting for results from the big Canadian banks this week and next.Royal Bank (TSX:RY) and TD Bank (TSX:TD) kick off the stream of earnings on Thursday and analysts are expecting another solid if unspectacular quarter.Analysts don’t believe the earnings will yield another leg up in stock prices for the big banks, all of which are very close to their 52-week highs. At the same time, the financial sector has been one of the weakest performers this year despite strong profits and is up just 1.7 per cent year to date.The industrials sector led TSX gainers, up 0.9 per cent.On the commodity markets, the base metals sector rose 0.3 per cent with July copper off three cents to US$3.14 a pound.June bullion edged up $1.20 to US$1,295 an ounce and the gold sector gained 0.15 per cent.The energy sector also rose 0.15 per cent, while June crude contract in New York lost early gains and declined 31 cents to US$102.30 a barrel.The showing on stock markets Tuesday follows a week where North American markets stalled with both the TSX and New York losing slight ground for the week. Analysts point out that stocks are by and large fairly valued and investors are looking for earnings to move higher before taking shares higher.Economic conditions are also a worry, particularly after figures from Europe last showed that growth in the eurozone economy is weaker than thought. read more

Brock’s Environmental Sustainability Research Centre is working on a report on Niagara’s water use and its contribution to the local economy.Researchers at Brock’s Environmental Sustainability Research Centre have been poring over some pressing questions about water in Niagara.And the answers the centre (ESRC) has come up with about its use and effect on the local economy are about to be revealed in “Liquid Assets: Assessing Water’s Contribution to Niagara.”ESRC joined forces with the Niagara Region’s WaterSmart Niagara program to produce the report, which is the first comprehensive assessment of what’s known about the area’s water supply and demand.“We didn’t measure these things 20 years ago and so, how do we know whether now is worse or better?” says Diane Dupont, economics professor and principal investigator.“That’s really the point of our project. Here’s the baseline – here’s where we stand right now. Now we’re going forward. We have at least something that we can measure against at some point in the future.”This is particularly pressing in an era of climate change, the effects of which are being seen worldwide.Postdoctoral fellow Julia Baird says that, based on previous research, there’s a range of implications of climate change to the Niagara Region. These include more frost-free days, a potential – but as yet unclear – impact of water levels in the Great Lakes, and a potential for greater or more frequent severe weather events.“All those things have an impact on water quality and, potentially, quantity,” Baird says. “Where do we see that we actually have some capacity to adapt to those potential impacts and where are we lacking in the capacity to manage or adapt to these impacts?”Dupont says beyond answering immediate questions, the report aims to set a broader, long-term direction for Niagara.“Can we be doing better with the water we’ve got than we are right now?” she says. “I would say the short answer is yes, that to a very large extent, we do still take water for granted and we are not maximizing the value of the contribution that it can make to our economy.”ERSC researchers held consultations with regional government staff, elected officials and other water stakeholders to produce the report.Discussions revolved around the report’s themes, which include:• water use in Niagara• water’s contribution to the well-being of Niagara residents• the complex nature of water governance in Niagara• Niagara’s potential water vulnerability from climate change• present and future opportunities and challenges related to water.“Liquid Assets: Assessing Water’s Contribution to Niagara” is expected to be released officially within the next few months, following stakeholder consultations on the draft.Learn more about “Liquid Assets” and WaterSmart. read more

In light of the irreconcilable conflict between the tobacco industry’s interests and public health interests, Parties have to ensure that any interaction with the tobacco industry is carried out with maximum transparency, and must not delegate any of their obligations in tracking and tracing to the tobacco industry.The first session of the Meeting of the Parties to the Protocol (MOP1) will take place in Geneva, Switzerland from 8 to 10 October 2018, immediately after the eighth session of the Conference of the Parties to the WHO FCTC (COP8). Arne Hoel / World BankOverview of Tanger-Med, a cargo and passenger port located about 40 km east of Tangier, Morocco.Brazil and Mauritius are among the 181 parties to the WHO FCTC – an overarching agreement, which can be strengthened by associated protocols.The WHO FCTC entered into force on 27 February 2005 and has since become one of the most rapidly and widely embraced treaties in United Nations history. Only WHO FCTC parties can become parties to the Protocol.Protocol aims to make supply chain of tobacco products secureThe Protocol covers all forms of illicit trade in tobacco products – any practice or conduct related to producing, shipping, receiving, being in possession of, distributing, selling or buying tobacco products, that are prohibited by law.The Protocol aims to make the supply chain of tobacco products secure through a series of governmental measures. It requires the establishment of a global tracking and tracing regime within five years of its entry into force.Other provisions to ensure control of the supply chain include licensing, recordkeeping requirements, and regulation of internet-sales, duty-free sales and international transit.To address the illicit trade that already exists, the Protocol establishes new criminal guidelines, addresses liability and seizure payments, as well as the disposal of confiscated products.Other obligations aim to boost international cooperation, with measures on information-sharing, technical and law enforcement cooperation, mutual legal and administrative assistance, and extradition. Officials from the Secretariat of the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) explain that the package of measures agreed by countries which 45 Parties and the European Union have signed up – known as the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products (the Protocol)- was developed in response to a growing illegal trade in tobacco products, often across borders.“With the entering into force of the Protocol, we have made yet another step in our global efforts in tobacco control,” said Vera da Costa e Silva, the Head of Secretariat of the WHO FCTC, which will also serve as the Secretariat for the Protocol.If the global illicit trade was eliminated overnight, governments would see an immediate gain of at least $31 billion in revenue; and according to studies, beginning in 2030, more than 160,000 lives could be saved per year, that would otherwise be lost to tobacco-related illness.With the entering into force of the Protocol, we have made yet another step in our global efforts in tobacco control – Vera da Costa e Silva, the Head of Secretariat of the WHO FCTC“The illicit trade of tobacco products creates a shadowy market that not only destroys health, but also fuels organized crime and deprives governments of tax revenues,” said WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.So far, 45 countries have ratified the Protocol plus the European Union and many others are expected to do so over the coming months. The Protocol will enter into force on 25 September 2018.“Brazil’s accession to the Protocol is an additional step not only to combat illicit trade, but also to strengthen the national strategy to protect tobacco control policies and promote public health,” said the country’s Health Minister, Gilberto Occhi.“The accession of the Republic of Mauritius to this Protocol proudly demonstrates the country’s commitment and unflinching support to the international community in their relentless drive to eliminate all forms of illicit trade in tobacco products,” said the country’s Minister of Health and Quality of Life, Anwar Husnoo. read more

Then-sophomore defensive lineman Joey Bosa (97) celebrates following a play during a game against Virginia Tech on Sept. 6 at Ohio Stadium. OSU lost, 35-21. Credit: Lantern file photoFour Ohio State football players will not take the field against Virginia Tech during the 2015 season opener in Blacksburg, Va.Junior defensive end Joey Bosa, sophomore H-back Jalin Marshall, senior receiver Corey Smith and junior H-back Dontre Wilson will miss the game after violating OSU Department of Athletics policy, according to an emailed statement from the OSU Department of Athletics.Last year, Bosa received several awards and acknowledgments for his work on the team. In addition to being named a first team Associated Press All-American, Bosa was a finalist for the Chuck Bednarik — given to the nation’s most outstanding defensive player — and the Rotary Lombardi Award for the top lineman or linebacker in the country.Bosa was also named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year and Defensive Lineman of the Year and was named first team All-Big Ten by both the coaches and the media in a unanimous vote.Marshall and Wilson were also recently included on various preseason award watch lists. They were each named to the Hornung Award watch list, given to the most versatile player in the country.OSU is set to open its season against Virginia Tech at Lane Stadium on Sept. 7, looking for revenge while short-handed against a Hokies team that beat OSU at home 35-21 during the Buckeyes’ home opener on Sept. 6. It was the first time since 1978 that OSU had lost its first home game. read more

first_imgAfter a private lunch with Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit at their home Skaugum, William and Kate will visit Holmenkollen, the snowy hills overlooking Oslo.The couple will visit the Holmenkollen ski jump and museum and then watch a demonstration from some of Norway’s top under-18 ski jumpers.Before leaving for the UK, William and Kate will watch a group of local nursery children taking part in an afternoon ski lesson on the slopes and also join them for some outdoor activities such as roasting sausages on an open fire. His friend Mr Strande said: “We don’t know much about the royal people from England. It was good that they took the time to say hello and shake hands.” Students wave as the Royal couple arrive at their schoolCredit:Victoria Jones /PA The Duchess of Cambridge has compared the sub-zero temperatures in Oslo to her days as a student in “freezing cold” Scotland.Kate, who is six months pregnant with her third child, made the comments as she and the Duke of Cambridge went on an impromptu walkabout meeting Norwegian students at their high school.Screams and shouts greeted their arrival at Hartvig Nissen School in Oslo where they were due to meet the stars of an innovative Norwegian drama.After asking one student what he was studying Kate, who wore a Dolce and Gabbana coat, said: “I did physics and chemistry for A-level, no not physics biology.”When the pupil asked her about her schooling she said: “I went to a school called Marlborough College and then on to university which is where I met William, to St Andrews university in Scotland. Miles away, freezing cold. But I can’t complain about that being here. It’s much colder here.” She also spoke to 19-year-old Shaun Ondo and his 18-year-old friend Alfred Strande.”I told her that her coat was burgundy and she said I had very good English,” said Mr Ondo.”It was nice to see them in real life and nice to see they are such friendly people.” Duchess of Cambridge (C), Norway's Crown Princess Mette-Marit (2ndR) and Norway's Crown Prince Haakon talk with students The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are joined by Norway’s Crown Princess Mette-Marit and Crown Prince Haakon as they talk to studentsCredit:LISE AASERUD /AFP Kate also asked some teens if they “have got exams coming up this summer? Good luck with everything.”They were joined by Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit who followed behind their guests and also met the teenagers who had been waiting excitedly in sub-zero temperatures. Students wave as the Royal couple arrive at their school In the school William and Kate learnt about the popular series Skam, which attracted a legion of fans for its portrayal of issues including mental illness, homophobia and sexual assault.Following on from the themes of the show, the characters started their own social media profiles to engage with the audience directly, creating an international following and fan base.The royal couple met some of the stars and producers of Skam and chatted to students to learn about the effect the hard-hitting drama had on bringing issues they face into the open. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. The Duchess of Cambridge greets school children in Oslo The Duchess of Cambridge greets school children in OsloCredit:HANNAH MCKAY /REUTERS last_img read more

Zarko Sesum ← Previous Story Rasmus Lauge will be 7 to 9 months out! Next Story → BSV Silkeborg sacked sports director Carsten Albrektsen German Frisch Auf Goppingen has announced two years deal with Serbian NT member Zarko Sesum (28)! Sesum, who came to Germany in 2010, spent four season with Rhein Neckar Lowen, with whom he won the EHF Cup last season in French Nantes, when he suffered serious knee injury which take him out of the court for 8 months.He played at Hungarian Veszprem before Germany from 2007 to 2010. Sesum is member of Serbian NT since 2007. In his junior age, Serbian left back was voted for the world best in his generation 1986.

first_imgOVER €3.4 BILLION was distributed to health agencies in 2012, including €16.2 million to the scandal-hit CRC and €41.3 million to the Rehab Group, whose operations have come under scrutiny in the last 24 hours.Figures disclosed in answer to a parliamentary question by the Fine Gael TD Simon Harris give a detailed breakdown of how the HSE distributes grants and funding to the various hospitals and health agencies operating in the State.The figures show that a total of €3.464 billion was distributed among over 700 agencies and hospitals in 2012, up from €3.449 billion distributed in 2011, but down on the €3.647 billion that was distributed in 2010.Harris was unable to secure details of the release of grants in 2013 and 2014 as the HSE has not completed its audit of the figures.Read the figures in full: PDF and interactive spreadsheet (Note: figures are in millions of euro)The Central Remedial Clinic (CRC) and St Vincent’s Hospital, both of which have made headlines recently, fall under section 38 of the Health Act 2004 and are among 25 non-acute agencies and 16 voluntary acute hospitals which are currently within the HSE’s Employment Control Framework.Figures for the CRC show, as in the case of many others, that HSE grants have reduced in the period between 2010 and 2012. The CRC got €17.3 million in 2010 but this fell by over a million by 2012 to €16.2 million.Rehab GroupIn the case of St Vincent’s University Hospital in Elm Park, it got €206.7 million in 2012, down on the €211.8 million in 2011, and €227.2 million that was paid out in 2010.Section 39 relates to non-acute and community agencies which are similar or ancillary to the HSE, but for services which the Executive is not obliged to provide.These include the Rehab Group, which Justice Minister Alan Shatter revealed last night sold nearly €4 million in lottery scratch cards in 2010 and made less than €10,000 in profit on them.The figures revealed today show that in that year Rehab Group received €42.7 million from the HSE as part of nearly €126 million in State funding between 2010 and 2012.Most hospitals and agencies have seen a reduction in funding over the last two years.However, exceptions include Tallaght Hospital, also known as the Adelaide and Meath Hospital, which incorporates the National Children’s Hospital which received an increase in funding in 2012 to €218.7 million – up from 2011 figure of €188.6 million.Others who have also seen increases include the Incorporated Orthopaedic Hospital of Ireland which got €7.5 million in 2012, up from €7.3 million the year before, and the National Rehabilitation Hospital got €26.2 million in 2012, up from €25.6 million in 2011.In total section 38 agencies got €2.65 billion in 2012, down from €2.8 billion in 2011, while section 39 agencies received a total of €765.9 million in 2012, down from €788.7 million in 2010.Read the figures in full: PDF and interactive spreadsheetRead: Rehab Group call on Justice Minister to withdraw €9k profit remarksCRC: What we found out at the Public Accounts Committee hearingslast_img read more

first_img By Cónal Thomas Apr 17th 2019, 4:33 PM Canadian police officer cleared over fatal road collision with Irishman Twenty nine-year-old Brendan Keoghwas struck by an unmarked police vehicle in March 2018. Short URL 23,355 Views The scene of the collision in Squamish Image: GoogleMaps 10 Comments Wednesday 17 Apr 2019, 4:33 PMcenter_img CANADIAN POLICE HAVE said no charges will be brought against a police officer involved in a fatal crash last year which resulted in the death of a young Irishman. Brendan Keogh (29) from Mullinalaghta, Co Longford was struck by an unmarked Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) SUV in the town of Squamish, British Columbia on the evening of 13 March 2018. Mr Keogh was taken to a Vancouver hospital in a critical condition. He never regained consciousness and was subsequently transferred to Dublin’s Mater Hospital where he later passed away. In a report published on Monday, Chief Civilian Director Ronald J. MacDonald said that the “evidence collected does not provide grounds to consider any charges against any officer.”The investigation report, conducted by Canada’s Independent Investigations Office (IIO), which oversees police in British Columbia, has said that that the officer in question was driving under the speed limit when her vehicle reached the intersection on Garabaldi Way, passed through a green light, and struck Mr Keogh. The report found that Mr Keogh “would have been very difficult for a driver to see” due to the collision occurring on a rainy night and because Mr Keogh was wearing dark clothes. “There is nothing in the evidence collected that suggests [the officer] was driving in a manner that would appear to a reasonable person to be [any] way dangerous or without proper care and attention,” MacDonald said.The report notes that the “affected person” – Mr Keogh – was sober at the time of the collision and that he “made a tragic error when he crossed the highway, against the traffic signal, on a dark and rainy night, in dark clothing.”MacDonald said he does “not consider that an officer may have committed an offence under any enactment and therefore the matter will not be referred to Crown counsel for consideration of charges.” Share3 Tweet Email Image: GoogleMaps Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article The scene of the collision in Squamish https://jrnl.ie/4596704 last_img read more

first_imgL’aspect de la Nexus Tablet pas encore connuSi de nombreux sites ont relayé la photo de la tablette tactile estampillée Google et Asus, il semble que cette première image était en fait un faux…Mercredi, nous vous avions parlé de la Nexus Tablet 7 pouces, l’arme anti-iPad de Google et Asus. Une première image de l’appareil, qui devrait être présenté lors de la prochaine conférence développeur du géant d’Internet, le Google I/O, du 27 au 29 juin prochain, avait même commencé à circuler alors que Google veut garder le plus grand secret sur ce produit. Mais le site PC Inpact est venu un démenti à cette photo.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Il semble que l’image qui circule sur le Web soit en fait un concept imaginé par une personne extérieure à Google, Bob Freking, qui s’est amusé à créer une tablette sur les éléments d’information dont il disposait. La future tablette 7 pouces devrait donc, selon Les Numeriques, devoir plutôt ressembler à l’Asus M370T, un prototype présenté lors du dernier CES de Las Vegas et dont on est sans nouvelle depuis. Celle-ci se caractérisait effectivement par son écran 7 pouces et son processeur Nvidia Tegra 3… exactement comme les rumeurs qui entourent la Nexus Tablet ! Mais pour se faire une idée définitive, il faudra donc attendre le 27 juin…Le 14 juin 2012 à 19:15 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

first_imgOregon deputies arrested two people, including a Vancouver man, Friday as the suspects tried to leave the scene of a burglary in Oregon.Washington County sheriff’s deputies arrested the couple for breaking into and burglarizing a house in Aloha, Ore., according to the sheriff’s office. Deputies were called to the house that afternoon, after the homeowner reported that a man had forced entry into her home and stole some valuables, the sheriff’s office said.A man and woman in a car were stopped as they tried to leave the house’s driveway. The deputies arrested Nelson W. Pettis Jr., 41, of Vancouver on suspicion of conspiracy to commit first-degree burglary and first-degree theft by receiving stolen property, and Katherine L. Hauser, 35, of Newberg, Ore., on suspicion of first-degree burglary and third-degree theft. Investigators said that Hauser approached the house and knocked on the door. When no one answered, Pettis got out of the car, forced open the front door, and entered the home to steal valuables, police said.Inside the car, deputies found more than a hundred pieces of jewelry, which they said might have been stolen in other burglaries.The sheriff’s office asked anyone with information helpful to the investigation to call Detective Tony Bass at 503-846-6093.last_img read more

first_imgManchester City’s Riyad Mahrez has been cleared to return to training after suffering a knock injury.Mahrez has been cleared to resume training once again after he picked up a knock during Manchester City’s 3-2 won over Bayern in the International Champions Cup (ICC) in the United States on Saturday.The Algeria international who signed for City earlier this month but substituted off in the first half of the game following a heavy challenge from Bayern’s Chris Richards.However, the Premier League champions have allayed fears that the player will miss the start of the season after he was spotted in protective boots after the game.Premier LeaguePremier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…“A scan today has revealed that Mahrez suffered no significant damage and that he could be available for the community shield game against Chelsea on Sunday,” City said in an official statement released on their website as quoted in Reuters.Pep Guardiola’s side begin their title defence on August 12 away at Arsenal.The Citizens will be hoping to become the first team since Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United in 2009 to successfully defend their Premier League title.last_img read more

first_img Related Items:civil aviation department, Tciaa, turks and caicos airport authority Recommended for you Former Premier says PNP left plan for Salt Cay airport, but there is no evidence of the claim Airports Authority reveals sabotage at South Caicos Airport Airports Authority commanded to protect South Caicos airport by airlinecenter_img PROVIDENCIALES, Turks& Caicos Islands – Tuesday, 14th October 2014 – Interspace Airport Advertising, TCI, Ltd. (IAA), a subsidiary of Clear Channel Airports (CCA) the world’s leading marketer of airport advertising, in conjunction with the Turks and Caicos Islands Airports Authority are pleased to announce a new 5 year advertisement agreement. The extension of this agreement will give IAA the rights to redevelop existing displays and add new digital as well as tension fabric displays to their marketing display technology. IAA will add to the already impressive array of advertisements and modern displays in and around Providenciales International Airport and JAGS McCartney International Airport in Grand Turk.The strategically placed state of the art advertising designs will complement the newly renovated and construction areas to bring a cohesive look to the terminal. “The Airports Authority welcomes the opportunity to offer a high quality product to our local and international businesses whereby they can highlight their products and services to our world class passengers,” said the Terminal and Marketing Manager, Lavern Reynolds.This coordinated marketing effort has brought a fresh look to the terminal facility that had proceeded the outdated back lit displays. The expertise offered by IAA has given the authority the opportunity to focus on its core operations and allow them to flourish in this dynamic luxury market. More than 40 local and international companies have already taken the opportunity to advertise with IAA in this respect.Agents of the IAA were rececntly on island and will be making appointments to meet current and prospective clientele during the week of November 3rd, 2014. The re-launch of the new advertising campaign is scheduled for Winter 2014 to coincide with the grand unveiling and completion of the terminal redevelopment project. Persons interested, should contact Kyle McFarland at 800-628-6800 or kylemcfarland@clearchannel.com for more advertising information.ABOUT CLEAR CHANNEL AIRPORTSDedicated to airport advertising for more than 37 years, Clear Channel Airports is the premier innovator of contemporary display concepts. The Company, a division of Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:CCO), the world’s largest outdoor advertising company, currently operates more than 260 airport programs across the globe and has a presence in 32 of the top 50 U.S. markets with major airports. More information can be found on Clear Channel Airports and Clear Channel Outdoor by visiting www.clearchannelairports.com and www.clearchanneloutdoor.com.TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS AIRPORTS AUTHORITYIs a statutory body that was established in 2006 following the split of the Civil Aviation Department into the Civil Aviation Authority and Airports Authority. TCIAA is mandated for the constructing, controlling and managing of airports; providing and maintaining runways, taxiways and terminals for the efficient operation of airports; providing facilities for Customs and Immigration services, and Health and Security checks; and for incidental and connected purposes.For more information call 649.946.4420 or email: info@tciairports.com. Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/tciairports or follow us on Twitter – @tciaa Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

first_imgBEDFORD, Mass. — Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz was killed along with six other people in a fiery plane crash in Massachusetts, just days after reaching a deal that many hoped would end months of infighting at the newspaper and help restore it to its former glory.The 72-year-old businessman’s Gulfstream corporate jet ran off the end of a runway, plunged down an embankment and erupted in a fireball during a takeoff attempt Saturday night at Hanscom Field outside Boston, authorities said. There were no survivors.Katz was returning to New Jersey from a gathering at the home of Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin. Also killed was a next-door neighbor of Katz’s, Anne Leeds, a 74-year-old retired preschool teacher he had invited along.The identities of the other victims weren’t immediately released. Nancy Phillips, Katz’s longtime partner and city editor at the Inquirer, was not aboard.Investigators said it was too soon to say what caused the crash.Katz made his fortune investing in parking lots and the New York Yankees’ cable network. He once owned the NBA’s New Jersey Nets and the NHL’s New Jersey Devils and in 2012 became a minority investor in the Inquirer.last_img read more

first_img Samsung Now playing: Watch this: Our Galaxy Fold didn’t break. Here’s what’s good and… “All of us at Samsung appreciate the support and patience we’ve received from Galaxy fans all over the world,” Samsung said in its statement. Samsung has also worked on improving apps, the company said in its statement. The company added that it’s conducting final quality control tests.A new sales date acknowledges that Samsung still has faith in the foldable phone’s future, even if some of its critics waver. We haven’t seen the new phone in person, but Samsung did provide some mock-ups. It’s hard to see details of the Fold redesign, however.Along with 5G, the next-generation network technology, foldable phone designs are potentially the most significant change to the phone industry in a decade. At a time when sales are stalling for heavyweights such as Apple and Samsung, a phone that folds in half offers a radical new look. It also opens up new ways to use a device that has the screen size of a tablet in a package about the size of a large smartphone.The delay has caused concern over the ability of foldable phones to make good on their design promise, especially at such exorbitant prices. Huawei’s foldable phone, the Mate X, costs 2,300 euros (about $2,600, £2,000 or AU$3,700). Samsung’s very public problems have also cast doubt over rival phone-makers’ eagerness to release their own foldable phones. Share your voice Close up with the Galaxy Fold screen, notch and hinge 60 Photos 10:12 21center_img Comments What happened to the Galaxy Fold?The Galaxy Fold bends in the middle with the aid of a plastic screen, since bendable glass screens aren’t yet available. Unlike glass, the material is relatively soft. Samsung reinforced it with a plastic adhesive, which stopped short of the edges, causing some reviewers to peel it off like you could a protective film you find on some phones.The screens on those review units immediately stopped working. Other reviewers found that debris or dust had gotten beneath the display through an air gap between the phone’s screen and hinge. Another experienced one side of the screen that flickered, rendering the Galaxy Fold unusable.Though few and far between, Samsung is no stranger to disastrous product launches. In 2016, it recalled the Galaxy Note 7 twice in response to evidence that the battery could overheat to the point of catching fire. While Samsung did collect reviewer units, the Galaxy Fold’s screen issues have never been dangerous.Three years after the Note 7 recalls, Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 10 at its (confirmed) Unpacked event on Aug. 7 in New York.samsung-galaxy-fold-44The Fold’s new screen is said to be stronger. Angela Lang/CNET The Galaxy Fold has a 7.3-inch internal display that folds up to shield the plastic screen when you’re not using it. A 4.6-inch outer screen handles basic functions like notifications and calls, though you can use any app. It has a total of six cameras, with the same triple-camera setup as the Galaxy S10. The fingerprint reader sits on the right edge, and the Fold lacks the water-resistant design of other high-end Galaxy phones.Samsung is also in the midst of developing two more foldable phones, according to Bloomberg. It isn’t clear if the Fold’s tardiness has also delayed the development of these future devices — or that of rival foldable phone launches, for that matter.With a September launch still more than a month away, all eyes are once again on Samsung.CNET Senior Editor Lynn La contributed to this story.Originally published July 24.Update, July 25: Adds more detail. Correction, July 25, 2:57 p.m. PT: An earlier version of this story misstated the number of days after the Fold was supposed to go on sale that Samsung announced a new window. It’s 89. Tags 36 Photos Mate X foldable phone: Here’s what it’s really like to use The Galaxy Fold was supposed to be released on April 26. Angela Lang/CNET Eighty-nine days after it was supposed to go on sale, Samsung announced a new release window for the Galaxy Fold, its first foldable phone. Or rather, a release month: September. And only in select countries, as initially planned. Samsung said it would share specific sale dates as the month nears — we’d guess as early as August. With this announcement, the world’s largest phone-maker has at long last broken its silence about the nearly $2,000 device, which has been delayed since April 22 after reviewers reported screen breakages, flickering and bulging.Although the Galaxy Fold preorders sold out on the first day, the phone never officially went on sale, and no preorder money was collected. CNET’s review unit didn’t break, though it did experience minor damage to the screen. (See our Galaxy Fold review in progress here.) The Fold costs $1,980, which converts to about £1,500 or AU$2,800.In addition to a new launch window, Samsung also said it fixed the problems that caused some reviewers’ phones to break in the first place. The fixes include:A protective top layer that extends beyond the bezel, “making it apparent that it is an integral part of the display structure,” not a dust guard you’d want to remove.”Reinforcements” to keep debris from working its way underneath the screen.New “protection caps” to strengthen the top and bottom of the hinge area, which had revealed natural gaps where particles could get in.Metal reinforcements beneath the screen (the Infinity Flex Display), presumably to make the plastic screen stiffer.Reducing the air gap between the Fold’s body and hinge. Foldable Phones Tabletslast_img read more

first_img In order to make progress for rare diseases, David tells me, he realized that if he didn’t drive things forward than no one would. After being given his diagnosis as a medical student concentrating on oncology, David switched gears and made CD his first order of business. When he observed all the hurdles in the way of progress, he decided to get an MBA at Wharton, developing business contacts and funding sources for the network of CD researchers he was building. He created a community for patients and physicians to collaborate and share high-potential research ideas. In parallel, he began to conduct CD research at Penn and identify top experts to conduct other priority projects. More recently, the CDCN launched a registry of people with CD so they could share patient records and unpublished cases of the disease.An immediate consequence of these efforts was a redefinition of the more deadly form of CD disease—the so-called ‘multicentric’ form that involves several regions of enlarged lymph nodes as opposed to just one. The former consensus held that benign lymph node tumors secreted Interleukin-6 (IL-6), which in turn hyperactivated the immune system and caused widespread organ dysfunction. The new explanation is pretty much the opposite. In other words, an overactive immune system is what seems to cause the tumors, flu-like symptoms and organ system dysfunction in the first place. The job is therefore to first explain the cause of hyperactivation of different proinflammatory cells and proteins (including Il-6), and then identify ways to stop them.In this view, multicentric CD can be seen as a common endpoint that can be expressed by traversing different paths. In some cases it is due to infection with the HHV-8 virus. This particular pathogen happens to express its own Il-6 type protein that, despite having just 40% sequence homology with our own Il-6, still manages to cause havoc. HHV-8 causes about half of the multicentric form of CD and provides one of many important clues. Other cases, which are called “idiopathic multicentric CD”, may be due as yet unknown viral infection, purely autoimmune mechanisms, or even germ-line disturbances in innate immune regulation. One thing that could be a complication involved in the latter is the increasingly common finding of individuals possessing mosaic and chimeric germ lines. Credit: Cell (2016). DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2016.10.017 (Phys.org)—Dr. David Fajgenbaum is the founder of Castleman Disease Collaborative Network. Its goal is to organize patients with Castleman disease (CD), find an explanation for this rare and enigmatic immunological disorder that involves the immune system attacking vital organs, and beat it. As an orphan disease researcher at Penn, and a sufferer of CD himself, David’s first-person, n-of-1 approach to a medical brick wall has emerged as the new, and only viable blueprint for moving the bar forward in real time. Citation: Checkmate for Castleman disease (2016, November 14) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2016-11-checkmate-castleman-disease.html Immune system B cells play a role in tackling liver cancer and provide a marker for patient prognosis Explore further More information: Yang Li et al. A Functional Genomics Approach to Understand Variation in Cytokine Production in Humans, Cell (2016). DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2016.10.017AbstractAs part of the Human Functional Genomics Project, which aims to understand the factors that determine the variability of immune responses, we investigated genetic variants affecting cytokine production in response to ex vivo stimulation in two independent cohorts of 500 and 200 healthy individuals. We demonstrate a strong impact of genetic heritability on cytokine production capacity after challenge with bacterial, fungal, viral, and non-microbial stimuli. In addition to 17 novel genome-wide significant cytokine QTLs (cQTLs), our study provides a comprehensive picture of the genetic variants that influence six different cytokines in whole blood, blood mononuclear cells, and macrophages. Important biological pathways that contain cytokine QTLs map to pattern recognition receptors (TLR1-6-10 cluster), cytokine and complement inhibitors, and the kallikrein system. The cytokine QTLs show enrichment for monocyte-specific enhancers, are more often located in regions under positive selection, and are significantly enriched among SNPs associated with infections and immune-mediated diseases. Genetic sequencing and subsequent functional proteomics will be one valuable source of new information here. Once suspect genes are identified they can potentially be expressed in different cells to see what effects different mutants may have on function. These days, it is perhaps just as likely that advanced simulation tools based on molecular dynamics will give the first functional clues about changes in protein folding or function in the cell. David mentioned that 15 patients, himself included are now getting whole genome sequencing done. This is much more useful than the commonly done ‘exome sequencing’ which can miss many important details including polymorphism in the promoter and other regulatory regions that get spliced out before the exomes are generated. Other critical aberrants like gene duplications will generally be missed in exome sequencing as well.A recent series of papers in Cell takes a functional genomics approach to understand variation in human cytokine production. After challenging cells from hundreds of different people with various bacterial, fungal, viral, and non-microbial stimuli, researchers comprehensively identified the cytokine ‘quantitative trait loci’ that influence the major cytokines (Il-6 included) in whole blood, in blood mononuclear cells, and in macrophages. These studies also looked at other different host and environmental factors, like for example, the influence of the gut microbiome. If reformulated more directly to CD patients important information at the individual scale may be obtained. Among other things, this could include better ways to take critical measurements. For example, developing a more uniform sampling protocol that takes into account the known daily, seasonal, and other natural rhythms of the body’s many organ and systems.David is just one of many researchers at Penn, and elsewhere, who are now taking matters into their own hands. I am reminded of Scott Mackler, a former Penn researcher I consulted for some time ago. When diagnosed with ALS, Scott repurposed his labs efforts to focus on his this devastating disease. In checking now, Scott passed back in 2013 after a 15 year battle, but his legacy lives on. Today, several other home grown efforts are achieving incredible results. In one notable case, a mother with no previous medical background, and no initial funding, was able to found a company called Lysogene that in just a few years developed an FDA approved genetic therapy for the Sanfilippo disease that affected her newborn.Another instance is the case of Shirley Pepke, a genomics researcher who developed machine learning tools to tailor treatments for combating her ovarian cancer. In remission now, Shirley took what seemed like a big chance in going against her oncologist’s recommendation of standard chemotherapy to try a new (an non-FDA approved) immuntherapy drug. Although it may not be possible to fully disambiguate exactly which of the Shirleys many different treatments ‘worked’, the important thing for her is that she is in fact now in remission. This general philosophy is in stark contrast to the ‘drug trial centric’ approach where the study is the goal rather than the individual. Perhaps an even more high profile case is that of Tom Marsilje, a research at Novartis who codeveloped an anti-cancer ALK inhibitor now marketed as Zykadia. Tom needed to get into a trial to treat his own colon cancer but was triaged out of it because he happened to have a pre-existing melanoma. A somewhat fortuitous but perhaps inevitable circumstance brought Tom together with Craig Venter who was promptly able to whole genome sequence Tom’s cells. Using the data rendered they are now developing a personalized neoantigen vaccine, an immunotherapy, that may be able to stimulate his own immune cells to attack tumor.In another fortunate turn of events, the Castlemen network is pleased to be partnering with Janssen Research and Development, and Penn, to create the first global patient registry for CD. Fajgenbaum is serving as principle investigator on this new initiative to help defeat Castlemen disease once and for all. © 2016 Phys.org Journal information: Cell This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more

first_imgKolkata: Kolkata police’s Special Task Force (STF) has arrested two persons for their alleged involvement in smuggling fake currency.Police have seized fake currency notes worth nearly Rs 4 lakh from their possession. It was learnt that the accused were trying to smuggle the fake currency notes to Bihar.They brought the fake notes from Malda. According to police, the accused came to the city to hand over the fake notes to a person from Bihar.Police came to know that the accused would assemble near Strand Road on Monday evening. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifePolice men in plain clothes were on the streets to nab the culprits. When the duo reached the area, they were caught red-handed.Police are interrogating to know the names of other accused involved in the racket.Both of them are the residents of Malda. Police are also investigating if the accused are part of any international smuggling racket.The investigators are not ruling out the existence of an international racket behind this. They are trying to ascertain the route through which the fake currencies would have been smuggledout of the state.On June 26, the city police arrested a person from Chandni Chawk area and seized fake currency notes worth nearly Rs 5 lakh. Police are investigating if there is any connection between the two incidents.last_img read more

first_img There’s one dress you certainly won’t find on the runway this spring, not that it wouldn’t qualify. Especially when you consider the couture-like price for the dress: $3,000.But there’s something special about this dress: it was 3-D printed. Developed just over a year ago by Boston-based Nervous Systems, the dress flows and sways just like a normal cotton dress would, except it’s not. Instead, the black garment — with lace cut outs — is made out of  hundreds of plastic pieces that came out of a printer ready for wear.The studio, run by Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg, has since made a number of similar looking dresses. However, with a show coming up at Boston’s Museum of Fine Art, the group decided to change things up a bit with its ninth dress.Related: 3-D Printing as a Replacement for Cooking? It’s Coming.This time, the new number, called the Kinematics Petals dress, has rounded nylon pieces that lay atop plastic triangles. If you’re struggling to imagine what that might look like, think feathers or scales. To create a more textured effect, an overlay was fastened to the hinge of each triangle.Image Credit: Steve Marsel Studio for Nervous SystemMost important, Rosenkrantz pointed out to New York Magazine, the dress isn’t see-through anymore.“Which in my opinion is a strong benefit,” she says.No doubt most women would certainly agree with Rosenkrantz. Though it’s not like many folks would turn down the chance to wear one of the first 3-D printed dresses. That is, if you can afford it.Related: How a 3-D Printer Just Gave This Little Girl an Awesome, New Prosthetic HandBut high end isn’t exactly what Nervous System is going for. Instead, the crew’s working to generate more practical and customizable options for the average consumer. For example, the already existing dress can’t be folded and must be rolled into a cinnamon bun-like shape before being sent through the printer and has to be done first as a skirt and a blouse before being snapped together.“Our ultimate goal is not to make luxurious couture 3-D printed dresses, but more to find a way to integrate these technologies into normal everyday clothes,” Rosenkrantz says. “Which were not anywhere close to doing … yet.”If dresses don’t strike your fancy, no worries. There’s lots of 3-D printed creations out there from guns, drones, acoustic guitars, flutes, camera lenses and even chocolate. The technology has been put to use for more humble causes, too. For example, a 3-D printer was used to make a new hand for a 7-year-old girl featuring her favorite colors.Still, if a fashion statement is what you’re after, it may not be too far fetched to expect someone such as Lady Gaga to hit the red carpet in fitted 3-D attire.Hey, just because us norms can’t yet take advantage, doesn’t mean the head monster herself shouldn’t. This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. 3 min read Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now March 24, 2016 Enroll Now for Free Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.last_img read more

first_imgTravel Counsellors managing director Steve ByrneTravel Counsellors is proud to be named in The Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 Ones to Watch league table, ranking Britain’s mid-market growth private companies with the biggest sales.This is the first time the independent, global travel company has been recognised on this prestigious list, and Travel Counsellors are thrilled to be acknowledged for their impressive and continued growth in sales.Steve Byrne, Managing Director at Travel Counsellors said: “This has been a phenomenal year for us so far in terms of sales and international growth, and we have no intention of slowing down. Being recognised as ‘Ones to Watch’ is yet another reason to believe our unique, home-working franchise-based support model really works.“We empower our Travel Counsellors and give them the tools and support to build personal relationships with their customers and offer an exceptional, bespoke travel service. This makes us stand out from the crowd and brings customers back to us again and again”.The international company operates across seven markets: UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, South Africa, Australia, UAE, and most recently, Belgium.Global sales for the financial year end (31 October 2014) reached $867 million, and the organisation is on track to exceed financial targets in 2015.Currently over 1400 Travel Counsellors manage their own businesses, with a surge of new travel professionals joining this year.The Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 league table ranks Britain’s mid-market growth private companies with the greatest sales, compiled by Fast Track and published in The Sunday Times in October.Companies listed have sales ranging from $292 million to $1.3 billion, representing the tier down from Top Track 100 largest private companies – an accolade Travel Counsellors is hoping to achieve in the near future.Steve added: “Our business continues to grow year on year, regardless of the economic climate, reflecting the importance of building personal relationships with our customers to understand what makes the perfect travel experience for them.“Travel Counsellors armed with this in-depth knowledge, award-winning proprietary technology, and 24 hour support from Head Office, have helped the company gain an unrivalled customer satisfaction score of 96%*, secure nearly 70% repeat business, and achieve record sales and profit in 2015.“We are proud to be able to offer an exciting future to travel professional who want to run their own business as part of a company that truly cares”. Travel CounsellorsSource = Travel Counsellorslast_img read more

first_imgNew York, New York – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazineThe Greenbrier, the classic American resort in White Sulphur Springs, WV, has announced the opening of The Windsor Club, a collection of newly renovated guestrooms with state-of-the-art in-room technology and amenities. Named for the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, frequent guests of The Greenbrier during the 1950s, The Windsor Club is comprised of 26 guestrooms on two levels, including the seven-bedroom Presidential Suite. Each room features antique furnishings, canopy beds with 400-thread-count Filo Doro Italian linens, a personalized pillow menu and select rooms with gas fireplaces.From the moment of their arrival through the duration of their stay, guests of The Windsor Club have access to the very best of The Greenbrier. Upon arrival, Windsor Club guests bypass the resort’s regular check-in and are greeted by a personal concierge who whisks them directly to their Windsor Club accommodations for private check-in.Guests of The Windsor Club have exclusive access to The Virginia Room which is known for William Grauer’s iconic 1930 mural depicting the history of The Greenbrier. Here they can enjoy the club’s exclusive concierge service, all-day private dining and open-bar service, and the private terrace and garden.Windsor Club guests are also treated to complimentary VIP turndown service, preferred dining reservations, personalized weather reports, faster Internet connectivity and Smart Room Technology that enables guests to customize their in-room lighting, TV and wakeup settings. Nothing is forgotten: after their arrival, Windsor Club guests’ cars are even washed by Greenbrier staff.www.greenbrier.comlast_img read more

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