AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email China says manufacturing rises again in April for 5th straight month BEIJING, China – Chinese manufacturing expanded for a fifth straight month in April in data that analysts say indicate the country’s economic activity is picking up moderately.The state-affiliated China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing said Tuesday that its purchasing managers index, or PMI, rose 0.2 percentage points to 53.3 per cent in April, up from March’s 53.1 and February’s 51.0. A reading above 50 signifies expansion.Economic growth slowed to 8.9 per cent in the final quarter of last year after Beijing hiked interest rates and tightened other controls to cool inflation.Chinese leaders reversed course in December and promised more bank lending to help companies cope with the slump in global demand, but changes have been gradual.Manufacturing tends to pick up in the spring, as construction resumes in regions affected by winter weather. But economists cautioned that the data did not suggest a full-fledged rebound in growth.“Expect no deflationary spiral or credit crunch, but expect no grand ‘V-shaped’ recovery or healthy sheen either. Whilst things do look better, it is too early to break out the champagne,” Alistair Thornton, an economist with IHS Global Insight, said in a comment Tuesday.With inflation a lingering threat, policymakers are treading a fine line in trying to spur growth without adding to price pressures.“China remains in a tough spot,” it said, adding that “the recovery will be slower, more volatile and less assured than perhaps markets were hoping for.”A similar monthly survey by HSBC is due for release Wednesday, after Tuesday’s May Day public holiday. by News Staff Posted May 1, 2012 1:25 am MDT read more

CAE profit takes a hit on military restructuring and budget uncertainty by Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press Posted Feb 13, 2013 12:27 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email MONTREAL – Flight simulator and training company CAE Inc. said its third-quarter profit dropped 17 per cent as it absorbed costs to restructure its military operations in Germany and coped with uncertainty about U.S. defence spending.Montreal-based CAE, which make simulators and offers flight training services for both military and civilian aviation clients, said its net income attributable to equity holders was $37.8 million or 15 cents per share in quarter ended Dec. 31.That’s down from $45.6 million or 18 cents per share a year earlier.Total revenue for the quarter was $522.1 million, up 15 per cent from $453.1 million last year, largely due to the acquisition of Oxford Aviation Academy training operations.Excluding $8.8 million in after-tax restructuring, integration and acquisition costs during the quarter, net income was $46.6 million or 18 cents per share.CAE was expected to earn 16 cents per share on nearly $544 million of revenues, according to analysts polled by Thomson Reuters.“Our results for the quarter were as we anticipated, given the integration and restructuring efforts underway in our civil and military segments,” president and CEO Marc Parent said in a release.“In civil products, simulator wins in the quarter put us on track for annual sales in the mid-30s (while) the integration of recently acquired Oxford is progressing as planned, and we continue to expect significant synergies in civil training as this effort is concluded,” Parent added.“In military, order levels continued to reflect the delays currently inherent to the defence market, but we had a good win rate and we remain confident given our high level of bid activity.”So far this fiscal year, CAE has sold 30 full-flight simulators, including six new devices in the quarter, including orders from COMAC of China for its new C919 passenger aircraft. The company sold 37 units in the 2012 financial last year.The profitability of CAE’s civil simulator and training segment increased 12 per cent to $47.1 million as revenues surged 41 per cent to $287.2 million. The results included the acquisition of Oxford.Military segment profits dropped nearly 27 per cent to $27 million on a seven-per-cent drop in revenues to $206.2 million.CAE recently announced more than $100 million in new contracts for training devices and services to the defence forces of 15 countries.The new core markets segment earned $1.7 million on $28.7 million of revenues in the quarter, compared to a $1.4 million loss on $27.1 million of revenues last year.CAE Healthcare sold surgical simulator packages to China, Japan and the United States, while the mining operations sold its resource modelling and mine planning software to major mining customers in Africa, Brazil, Mexico and Russia.Cameron Doerksen of National Bank Financial said CAE beat expectations in part due to a lower-than-forecast tax rate.Despite lower overall military results, the segment’s operating margin of 13.1 per cent of sales easily beat his forecasts, he said adding the restructuring of operations in Germany should boost segment profits.“There is still significant near-term uncertainty in the military market, especially in the U.S. where the impact of sequestration on CAE’s programs is unclear, but CAE claims to still have a robust pipeline of new contract bids,” he wrote in a report.Doerksen has a price target of $12.50 for CAE shares, but said the stock won’t likely increase much from its current trading range until there is more certainty on the military outlook, particularly with the U.S. budget.On the Toronto Stock Exchange, CAE’s shares lost 12 cents at $10.67 in midday trading Wednesday.Founded in 1947, CAE has 32 civil aviation, military and helicopter training centres around the world and trains more than 80,000 crew members.The company had annual revenues last year exceeding $1.6 billion and employs some 8,000 people at more than 100 sites and training locations in more than 20 countries. read more

by Candice Choi, The Associated Press Posted Nov 24, 2015 4:40 am MDT Last Updated Nov 24, 2015 at 7:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – A non-profit founded to combat obesity says the $1.5 million it received from Coke has no influence on its work.But emails obtained by The Associated Press show the world’s largest beverage maker was instrumental in shaping the Global Energy Balance Network, which is led by a professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Coke helped pick the group’s leaders, edited its mission statement and suggested articles and videos for its website.In an email last November, the group’s president tells a top Coke executive: “I want to help your company avoid the image of being a problem in peoples’ lives and back to being a company that brings important and fun things to them.”Coke executives had similarly high hopes. A proposal circulated via email at the company laid out a vision for a group that would “quickly establish itself as the place the media goes to for comment on any obesity issue.” It said the group would use social media and run a political-style campaign to counter the “shrill rhetoric” of “public health extremists” who want to tax or limit foods they deem unhealthy.When contacted by the AP about the emails, Coca-Cola Co. CEO Muhtar Kent said in a statement that “it has become clear to us that there was not a sufficient level of transparency with regard to the company’s involvement with the Global Energy Balance Network.”“Clearly, we have more work to do to reflect the values of this great company in all that we do,” Kent said.The Atlanta-based company told the AP it has accepted the retirement of its chief health and science officer, Rhona Applebaum, who initially managed the relationship with the group. It said it will not fill the position as it overhauls how it goes about its health efforts. It also said it has stopped working the Global Energy Balance Network.It’s just the latest example of Coke working with outside experts to promote messages that benefit the company.Coke has long maintained that the academics and other experts it works with espouse their own views. But the collaborations can be fraught and blur the lines between advertisements and genuine advice. In February, several health and fitness experts paid by the company wrote online posts with tips on healthy habits. Each suggested a mini-soda as a snack idea.One dietitian wrote five such posts in less than a year.The Global Energy Balance Network came under fire in August after The New York Times reported it was funded by Coke. On Nov. 6, the University of Colorado School of Medicine said it was returning $1 million from the company because of the distraction it was creating. The University of South Carolina said it plans to keep $500,000 it received from Coke because one of its professors is also among the group’s leaders. The school said there was no misuse of funds.On its website, the Global Energy Balance Network says it received an “unrestricted gift” from Coke, but that the company has “no input” into its activities.Behind the scenes, however, Coke executives and the group’s leaders held meetings and conference calls to hash out the group’s mission and activities, according to emails obtained through a public records request. Early on, Applebaum informed the group’s president, James Hill, that those involved would need to be open about collaboration with private industry.“That is non-negotiable,” she wrote.Relatively minor matters, such as the group’s logo, were also covered.“Color will not be an issue — except for blue. Hope you can understand why,” Applebaum.Coke’s cans are red, while Pepsi’s are blue.“It seems like another one of these classic cases of money coming from industry with no strings attached — that’s the official message. But it’s a very different kind of story taking place,” said Leigh Turner, an associate professor at the University of Minnesota’s Center for Bioethics, who studies academic integrity and conflicts of interest.The exchanges weren’t strictly limited to discussions about the group, and included Applebaum expressing approval or disapproval of health articles, and talk of other work with Coke. In an email to another Coke executive, Hill proposes research on “energy balance” that would be “very specific to coke interests.”Coke has long stressed the idea of “energy balance,” or the need to offset calorie intake with physical activity. It’s a basic concept few would disagree with, but critics say the company uses it to downplay the effects of sugary drinks by shifting more attention to the need for exercise.In an introductory video, one of the Global Energy Balance Network’s leaders said the media focuses on “eating too much, eating too much, eating too much — blaming fast food, blaming sugary drinks and so on.” The video has since been taken down, and the group said the idea that it only focuses on physical activity is inaccurate.Hill declined a request for a phone interview, but said in an email that the group’s strategy benefits “all who are concerned about obesity.” He said Coke provided input into the group’s “organizational structure,” but that it was understood the company would be “hands off.”The group wants to continue its work, he said.Since 2010, Coke said it gave $550,000 to Hill that was unrelated to the group. A big part of that was research he and others were involved with, but the figure also covers travel expenses and fees for speaking engagements and other work. It does not include money from Coke’s overseas divisions or industry groups such as the American Beverage Association.____Follow Candice Choi at www.twitter.com/candicechoi Emails reveal Coke’s role in anti-obesity group; company says exec has retired read more

The Dolphins go through so many coaches so quickly that it’s tough to keep track of who’s holding the clipboard in any given season. These days, that unlucky title belongs to Joe Philbin, who’s starting his third season as head coach, but may not be in Miami much longer.Since 2004, the Dolphins have had seven head coaches: Dave Wannstedt, Jim Bates, Nick Saban, Cam Cameron, Tony Sparano, Todd Bowles and Philbin, and none has lasted longer than four seasons. That’s double the number of coaches the team had in the first 34 years of the franchise.The Dolphins are, in fact, the biggest outlier in the league for the most head coaches even considering their winning percentage. A team with a .413 winning percentage should have had only 4.5 head coaches over the past 10 years, according to a regression I ran.Why is Miami such an outlier? It’s tough to say — Miami ownership was quick to fire some coaches (Cameron) but others have resigned (Saban and Wannstedt). It hasn’t helped that Miami’s been bad for so long. If the Vegas odds are to be believed, the Dolphins will not finish above .500 this season. That would probably mean the end of the Philbin era in Miami and bring in the eighth head coach since 2004.New York JetsExpected wins: 7.0Playoff probability: 25 percent (15 percent to win the AFC East)Super Bowl win probability: 1 percent This season, the Bills try to end a 14-season playoff drought, the longest in the league. That’s what happens when a team hasn’t had a winning record in a decade.To turn it around, the conventional wisdom holds, the team needs second-year quarterback E.J. Manuel to up his game. Last year, Manuel played in 10 games and had by most measures an average to somewhat below-average season. According to the adjusted net yards per attempt index, or ANY/A+,1ANY/A+ factors in interceptions, passing attempts, passing yards, sacks and touchdowns to create a broader passing index. Manuel ranked 26th of the 33 quarterbacks who started at least eight games last season.And while his 2013 campaign was just one season, it was in many ways emblematic of Buffalo’s longer-term woes. No team over the past 10 seasons has been as consistently bad when it drops back to pass as the Bills have been. Not one of the quarterbacks the Bills have trotted out for at least eight games since 2004 — Drew Bledsoe, Trent Edwards, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Kelly Holcomb and J.P. Losman — has had an ANY/A+ rating that ranked above 18th in the league.Over that stretch, every other team in the league has managed to have at least one above-average quarterback. Sometimes it seems like the Bills have had more viable bidders to buy the franchise than they’ve had quarterbacks to lead it. Five of the eight Jets victories last year were by a touchdown or less, and none was by greater than 13 points. That’s unusual — point differential tends to be fairly predictive of a team’s record. As in baseball, we can calculate a Pythagorean win total for each team that indicates how many games it should have won based off its point differential over the season.My colleague Neil Paine did so in 2013 and recently updated his work by controlling for a team’s strength of schedule. According to his formula, the Jets should have won only 5.3 games last year, 2.7 wins fewer than they actually picked up. That makes the Jets a clear outlier — one that twice exceeded the standard error of estimate. Since the NFL-AFL merger in 1970, teams outperformed their Pythagorean win total by as much as the Jets did last year only 32 times.Such unexpected performance in one season has been somewhat useful in helping to predict the next. For the aforementioned 32 teams that outperformed expectation, the median win total the next season was 3.0 wins lower than it was the prior season. That’s very close to the 3.2 fewer wins that the Pythagorean win total suggested these teams should have had in the prior year. Only one team of the 32 actually saw its win total increase from the prior year.The Jets can potentially take comfort in the performance of the 2013 Indianapolis Colts. The Colts were able to win 11 games in 2013, even though the 2012 Colts finished five wins better than their Pythagorean win total suggested. And like the 2013 Colts, the 2014 Jets will be starting a second-year quarterback, Geno Smith.I doubt, though, that many people would confuse Smith for Andrew Luck.Buffalo BillsExpected wins: 6.9Playoff probability: 24 percent (14 percent to win the AFC East)Super Bowl win probability: 1 percent FiveThirtyEight is running a series of eight NFL previews, one division at a time, to highlight the numbers that may influence each team’s season. America’s favorite weekly soap opera is about to begin; get prepped.New England PatriotsExpected wins (using implied power ratings from Las Vegas point spreads): 9.5Playoff probability: 62 percent (49 percent to win the AFC East)Super Bowl win probability: 7 percent As long as Tom Brady has been the Patriots’ starter, the Patriots have been the AFC East’s boss. Over the last decade, they have won the division every season except 2008, the one that saw Brady miss significant time because of injury. It’s tempting to note that correlation and call it a day, figuring that as Brady goes so go the Patriots. But it isn’t that simple. It’s the Patriots’ running game, too.If we exclude the Brady-less season of 2008, the Patriots’ median seasonal rank in rushing since 2004 is fourth. Only the Philadelphia Eagles have done as well in the rush in that period.You could argue that the Patriots have had such a strong rushing game because their excellent passing game helps set it up. But the numbers suggest their rushing game has outperformed expectation, even when taking into account a strong passing game.The median absolute difference between a team’s passing and rushing ranking since 2004 is six spots, indicating a good passing and rushing game do go hand in hand. But the Patriots’ median absolute difference for the nine years in which Brady was the primary quarterback is only two spots. That’s the lowest difference for all 32 NFL teams since 2004.A team can’t be as good for as long as the Patriots have been based on one player alone. The running game has been an important piece of the Patriots’ success, just as Brady has.Miami DolphinsExpected wins: 7.7Playoff probability: 35 percent (22 percent to win the AFC East)Super Bowl win probability: 2 percent read more

That’s pretty good, right? But while their offense deserves a lot of attention, don’t sleep on their defense, which ranks fifth in the NBA by giving up just 97 points per 100. The first time I saw my boss, Nate Silver, give a talk was at the 2014 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in Boston. As usual, he was going on about numbers and statistics, but what stuck with me longest wasn’t quantitative. Pointing to the practice of relegation in European soccer leagues, he said European sports tend to be more capitalist by nature, while their American counterparts tend to be more socialist.“It’s kind of ironic,” Silver said. “American sports are socialist.”That may be true, but Stephen Curry is a pure basketball capitalist.Nate’s framework was right: With provisions like “salary caps,” “revenue sharing” and drafts that generally allot the best new talent to the worst teams, American leagues intentionally promote parity while suppressing the natural tendency for some clubs to dominate others. But Curry and his teammates are unapologetically destroying Adam Silver’s Bolshevist basketball state. The Golden State Warriors are 15-0. If they win Tuesday against the lowly Los Angeles Lakers, they will break the record for the hottest start in NBA history; no NBA team has won its first 16 games.How are they doing this?Well, the Warriors have by far the most efficient offense in the NBA, logging a massive 112 points per 100 possessions. They shoot well above league averages from every spot on the floor, especially in the areas beyond the arc. It’s as if at some point in the past few years, the Warriors solved contemporary basketball, at least perimeter basketball. They know that 3-pointers are the best way to rack up points on offense, so they developed talent and tactics to master that. But they have also employed defensive principles to prevent their opponents from doing so on the other end.As of today, they are the only team averaging at least 12 threes per game on offense; they are also the only team giving up fewer than six threes per game on defense. Remember when a team won games by controlling the paint? These Warriors win by controlling the edges of the scoring area. By scoring 37.5 points per game beyond the arc while allowing opponents just 17.7 from out there, Golden State isn’t just tweaking how we value court real estate, its best players are forcing us to rethink how we value personnel as well.It used to be that the most valuable guys in the NBA were interior giants who dominated the paint. Now the most valuable player in the NBA is a point guard with the sweetest stroke in the league.Curry leads the league in scoring, and if he wins a scoring title this season, he will be the most perimeter-oriented player to ever do so. As I wrote last season, he’s transforming the way we see point guards and 3-point shooters in the NBA. That may seem like hyperbole, but it’s not; between Curry’s volume, his efficiency and his quickness, it’s easy to argue that he is the best 3-point shooter the NBA has ever seen.So far this season, Curry has made 74 threes — the most in the NBA. Damian Lillard ranks second, with 45. To say that Curry is an outlier would be an insult to the word outlier. So far this season, 84 percent of NBA threes have come off assists. But for Curry, that number is just 62 percent, and his ability to get his own deadly looks beyond the arc is arguably his signature weapon as a scorer. For context, only one of Klay Thompson’s 33 threes has been unassisted this season. Everyone already knows that Curry is a savant beyond the arc; the most noteworthy improvement in his repertoire is his ability to get buckets in the paint. As a young player, Curry struggled in that area. Just three seasons ago, he was one of the league’s least-effective close-range scorers. Out of 168 players with at least 200 shots inside of 8 feet that season, Curry ranked a dismal 151st in field goal percentage. But those days are gone, and the new Curry is suddenly one of the league’s best volume scorers in the paint. So far this year, 27 players have made at least 50 field goals within 8 feet of the rim, but only two of those guys — Hassan Whiteside and DeAndre Jordan (both giants) — are converting those close-range shots as frequently as Curry, who has made a ridiculous 68 percent of his 83 tries inside of 8 feet this season.Curry is an emblem for his team at large. He’s a young, perimeter-oriented genius who is reforming how we think about dominance in the NBA and making the rest of the league look feckless while doing so. He’s already a champion, but, just like his team, he is still getting better. Curry and the Warriors are just getting started, and what a golden start it’s already been.CORRECTION (Nov. 24, 12:55 p.m.): A chart in an earlier version of this article incorrectly labeled the Warriors’ defensive proficiency for some shots. A color on the chart suggested the Warriors were at about the average league level in limiting opponents’ scoring from the left elbow and right baseline 3-pointer, but the data showed opponents are shooting above average from those zones.Read more: NBA Player Career Projections read more

But Mr Justice Mostyn ruled she cannot go beyond her husband’s will – which provided her with £435,000 in the first year after he died and now a regular monthly payout from the trust funds, amounting to around £240,000 a year (£20,000 a month).Mr Cowan set aside £1million to support his children, stepchildren and grandchildren, but made Mary Jane the ‘principle beneficiary’ of one of the funds for her lifetime.Her barrister, Penelope Reed QC, had argued that the tycoon did not make ‘reasonable provision’ for her from his estate, because she has been left ‘very little by way of assets in her own name’.Giving his ruling, Justice Mostyn said: “The argument of Miss Reed QC is that because Mary Jane does not have outright ownership of the assets and therefore absolute control of them, she is – as she put it – ‘at the mercy of the trustees’, who could cut her adrift with no access to money at all,’ he said.”I have to say that I completely disagree…”I have to make the…assessment as to whether the trustees will honour Michael’s wishes and ensure that every reasonable need of Mary Jane is met until her death.” 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 widow of a ‘genius’ black bin liner tycoon has lost a landmark court fight to gain total control of his £16million fortune, after a judge ruled her £20,000 a month income was ‘generous’.Michael Cowan, who died from a brain tumour aged 78 in April 2016, built up his wealth from humble beginnings – making his fortune by introducing the humble black bin-bag into British households as an everyday item – at one point selling 200 million a year.But In his final few months he married his lover of 25 years, Mary Jane Cowan, who became his second wife.Mr Cowan, who was ‘devoted to’ Mary Jane, left her with hundreds of thousands of pounds in ready cash and also used his will to set up a structure of ‘generous’  trust funds, ‘designed to meet her every reasonable need for the rest of her life’.But his 77-year-old widow was not happy with the arrangement and this week brought a groundbreaking bid to persuade the High Court to grant her ‘outright control’ of her late husband’s millions.Her case was effectively a bid to establish a right for wives to have direct control over their husbands’ riches after death, the High Court heard. Dismissing the widow’s claim, the judge added that if the trustees took the path of denying her money for her reasonable needs, they would be liable to be sued by her for breach of trust.Mr Cowan grew his successful plastics company, Hanmere Polythene Ltd, until he was a multimillionaire with a country estate in Hertfordshire, a pad in the Caribbean and homes in Santa Barbara, California, and London.His divorce from his first, Jacqueline, in 2001, hit the news when they fought in the Appeal Court over money. Jaqueline had been awarded a £3.1million slice of his then £12million fortune but this was upped to £4.4million. read more

first_imgWith news that Helen Coonan quit the Senate, the rumour mills are rife with an opening for Greek Australian politician and NSW Liberal Party president Arthur Sinodinos to take her place. And the Liberal Party have made it clear that if Sinodinos wants this position, it’s his for the taking. Sinodinos, who was John Howard’s chief of staff, needs to decide whether or not he wants to put his hand up for this role. Coonan who leaves the Senate is said to be doing so due to an illness in her family. In her retirement speech, Senator Coonan urged for more transparency in foreign investment, especially from China. Sinodinos, whose politics lean well onto the right, became president of the NSW Liberal party – after an overwhelming show of support by Liberal party delegates – in a bid to bring honesty to the NSW Liberal party that is currently broken by factions. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

first_imgLa Russie mise sur le caviar d’élevageLa Russie souhaite reconquérir la place de numéro un qu’elle occupait autrefois sur le marché mondial des ventes de caviar. Pour cela, les élevages d’esturgeons se développent aux quatre coins du pays.    Les esturgeons qui fournissent le caviar avaient été décimés par les Russes, dans la mer Caspienne. Pour que l’espèce survive, le pays avait été obligé de suspendre ses exportations de caviar pendant neuf ans, rapporte l’AFP. Ce n’est qu’en février dernier que l’autorisation de reprendre l’exportation a été donnée. L’objectif de la Russie est clair : reconquérir la place de numéro un du secteur qu’elle occupait autrefois.  À lire aussiUne tigresse de Sibérie épuisée trouve refuge sur le seuil d’une maison russeLe marché est estimé à 350 tonnes de caviar par an. Une douzaine de fermes piscicoles ont déjà fait leur apparition. Développées il y a trois ans, elles ont été construites par des hommes d’affaires qui “ont senti que le gouvernement mettait en place des règles fiables, claires, à long terme sur ce marché”, explique à l’agence de presse Alexandre Saveliev, le porte-parole de l’Agence fédérale pour la pêche.  Ces fermes sont de véritables usines où des milliers d’esturgeons se partagent des dizaines de bassins. A plusieurs reprises, on viendra prélever les oeufs tout en laissant les poissons en vie de façon à ce qu’un même individu fournisse plusieurs fois du caviar. Les ingénieurs vont donc pratiquer une légère incision et presser son abdomen pour recueillir le précieux caviar. La Russie n’est pourtant pas l’unique pays à pratiquer l’élevage d’esturgeons. La France, la Chine, le Canada ou encore Israël font partie des pays producteurs. Cependant, Alexandre Saveliev est confiant, “c’est la marque qui joue le rôle le plus important”. Il dit être certain qu’entre une boîte chinoise, canadienne ou française et une boîte indiquant “caviar russe”, l’acheteur choisira cette dernière. La Russie a ainsi pour premier objectif de vendre 2,5 tonnes de caviar à l’Union européenne cette année.Le 3 avril 2011 à 11:57 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

first_img(WSVN) – Consumers who bought electronics with lithium-ion batteries, including a phone or laptop, may get a piece of a nearly $45 million class action lawsuit.According to Fox 32, a recent class action lawsuit on behalf of consumers has been settled with LG, NEC and Hitachi Maxell for products containing lithium-ion cylindrical batteries. These products range from power tools, camcorders, laptops and replacement batteries.The class action lawsuit had accused the three manufactures of forcing consumers to pay more for certain products that contained those cylindrical batteries.The three companies agreed to settle for nearly $45 million.Those who believe they were affected should click here. To qualify, consumers should have purchased one or more of the products listed and have been a U.S. resident between Jan. 1, 2000 and May 31, 2011.Those who have yet to sign-up for the claim have until Nov. 29 to register. Payments are expected to begin in February or May.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

first_imgThe rally came as the Department of Homeland Security announced that Haitians will no longer be eligible for temporary work visas, citing high levels of fraud and abuse.“This is wrong. This is cruel and inhumane because these are people who have been living here, who are working, who are gainfully employed, and whose nations are in turmoil,” said Marleine Bastien, of the Haitian Women of Miami.Maria Rodriguez with the Florida Immigrant Coalition was one of the organizers for the rally.“We need a fix for the 12 million people and families who’ve been living as second-class citizens – part of our economy, part of our community but are being criminalized,” Rodriguez said. “This week, Senator [Marco] Rubio has an opportunity to stand with Floridians who are victims of the detention deportation machinery and who are vulnerable to deportations. We’re asking for a fix. For the dreamers, 800,000 of them, for the TPS holders, 235,000 of them, many of them Haitians, Salvadorians, Hondurans. These are Floridians who deserve an opportunity to become legal, permanent residents and eventually citizens.”Some people 7News spoke with said they took issue with the anti-immigrant rhetoric that came from the White House earlier this week.“The broken immigration system is not much different from the broken criminal justice system, and in many ways, the broken economic system,” Rodriguez said. “Our communities are being criminalized. These are farm workers, hotel workers – these are integral to our community in Florida, and it’s a disgrace that we don’t have the right leadership at the local, state or federal level to advocate and push for a reform that will acknowledge the value that immigrants and immigration to our state.”Many of the immigration advocates said they would like to see congress move forward with some type of legislation within the next month. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. MIAMI (WSVN) – Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Downtown Miami to march in an immigration rally.A crowd could be seen walking near Southwest Second Avenue and First Street, Wednesday afternoon. Traffic was brought to a standstill along Brickell Avenue as more than 100 demonstrators took to the streets.Protesters started at the Stephen P. Clark Government Center around 6 p.m. to make their voices heard about immigration in the United States.Now they’re calling on local lawmakers and their representatives in Congress to come up with a comprehensive plan to solve the immigration issue.They want change in the Temporary Protected Status program as well as changes in the DACA policy of the Trump administration.“I knew that the program was temporary. I already knew I was at risk, just like I was before,” said DACA recipient Margarito Cruz. “That’s why I’m here to fight for permanent protection for all.”Many demonstrators also took issue with Trump’s comments concerning immigrants from Haiti and African countries. last_img read more

first_imgDavid Edward Carpenter is a phenomenal success today. However, the way he overcame personal and professional hardships is an inspiration. During all the ups and downs, fitness and body building has been with him throughout.When David was 10, his wealthy father lost all of the family’s money. “My parents got divorced, and when I was 16, I learned that my dad was going to prison. These incidents impacted me a lot. My mother used to work really hard to give us a good life and watching her do that really made me work hard towards repaying her”, talks David about his hardships in life.At the beginning of his career, David worked at a large company and rose up the ranks. He was so good in this position that he received a company BMW. But less than 2 years later, he watched the company crumble around him. This was when David discovered bodybuilding. “I started training to help me cope up with these problems and I want to motivate others to take up fitness as well to cope up with their problems”, responded David. He wasn’t able to afford a trainer, and he didn’t have any experience in the field. However, he competed in his first national competition and got a renewed sense of purpose and confidence. His dedication can be seen often in his Instagram stories where he posts about his routines to help people motivate in their lives.Many people feel that sometimes challenges are insurmountable. However, David is an example that there’s always a way to thrive. David wishes people to “Dream, focus on it, Go to Work and It Will Be Yours,” as mentioned on his Instagram caption. His journey has made him unique and among the few accounts that are growing rapidly in terms of followers, on Instagram.IBT does not endorse any of the above content.last_img read more

first_imgOman Air concludes 2018 with two more awardsOman Air concludes 2018 with two more awardsOman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, won the Customer Delight Award in a colourful event held in Dubai very recently. The award organized by MENAA (Middle East, North Africa and Asia Award) was received on behalf of Oman Air by its Country Manager for United Arab Emirates, Shahzad Naqvi. This prestigious award is in its fifth year and recognizes remarkable business leaders and companies for their continuing commitment to excellence as well as developing best practices and innovative strategies.Oman Air, was also named as the winner of the ’Asia Pacific Outstanding Airline’ award at the Now Travel Asia Awards held in Chengdu (China) recently. It is the second year in a row that Oman Air has received this award – voted for by the readers of Now Travel Asia magazine.The award was received on behalf of Oman Air by Regional Vice President Far East Hamad Al Harthy and Country Manager Thailand Joe Cusmano. This award recognises the commitment of Oman Air towards travel and tourism in Thailand and Asia Pacific and in providing their guests with quality, comfort and a seamless passenger experience.Commenting on the awards win, Eng Abdulaziz Al Raisi, Chief Executive Officer, Oman Air said:“This is a great way for Oman Air to conclude the year by winning two more awards to the growing long list of awards that we have for this year. These awards are a testament of our superb services and product offerings and it is immensely rewarding to be recognised this way.”2018 has been a stellar year for Oman Air. Apart from winning a multitude of awards and accolades, Oman Air also added 8 brand new aircraft to its growing fleet and opened three new destinations namely, Istanbul in Turkey, Casablanca in Morocco and Moscow in Russia, as well as resuming operations to Maldives.For further information visit: www.omanair.comSource = Oman Airlast_img read more

first_img The New Zealand High Court has found that the Ministry of Primary Industries was negligent in allowing the deadly Psa disease into the country in 2009, in what is being hailed as a “landmark decision.”The court also ruled that that MPI owed a duty of care to kiwifruit growers when carrying out its biosecurity functions, which Kiwifruit Claim chairman John Cameron described as “hugely significant for the kiwifruit industry and other primary industries.” The entry of the kiwifruit vine disease had a devastating impact on the kiwifruit industry and resulted in many growers losing their entire orchards, and this class-action lawsuit had sought compensation for the losses.”We completely agree with the Judge when she says that the wrong to the 212 kiwifruit growers should be remedied,” he said.”We’ve waited a long time for this day, and we are absolutely thrilled that the Court has held that MPI owed a duty of care and breached that duty when it allowed PSA to enter New Zealand in 2009.”We hope that this significant decision draws a line in the sand for what has been a long and difficult 8 years for growers who could not have brought this action without the support of LPF Group.”The court will now decide what level of compensation should be paid to the growers. The New Zealand government is able to appeal the decision.In a press conference announcing the decision, Kiwifruit Claim committee member said Grant Eynon it was estimated losses of NZ$450 million were incurred as a direct result of the Psa incursion.In a statement, MPI said it is “carefully considering the court’s findings and implications for current and future biosecurity activities.” June 28 , 2018 Leading fruit breeders form alliance to fight risi … Panalpina expands LatAm perishable export network … How Amazon sparked change in grocery industry … center_img Demand for ‘imperfect’ produce prompts Oddbox … “The 500-page document traverses events dating back 12 years, pre-dating the establishment of MPI, and requires a thorough examination. We cannot rush this process,” it said.”Once we have completed consideration of the judgment, a decision will be made on whether to appeal. That decision must be made by the Solicitor-General, not MPI.”Cameron last year told Fresh Fruit Portal Psa entered New Zealand in 2009 in a 4.5kg shipment of pollen from China, and that MPS failed to follow its own protocols in its handling of an import permit for pollen from the Asian country.In his statement today, Cameron highlighted that MPS is the only agency in the country with the mandate to manage biosecurity risks.“MPI knew for many years that PSA was a significant risk to the kiwifruit industry, and if it had done its job properly and followed its own regulations and protocols under the Biosecurity Act, the PSA incursion would not have happened,” he said.“PSA decimated the kiwifruit industry and its impact was far reaching, not only on growers and their individual orchards, but on the New Zealand economy.  “We’ve had to fight a really hard and expensive battle to get this decision.  Some growers lost everything when PSA hit, their orchards and businesses, their life savings, and for many, the financial and emotional impact is ongoing.”He added the even for those that were able to survive, some suffered a complete loss of income for several years, taking on huge debts to replant their orchards. “We hope that the Government accepts the Judge’s decision and that kiwifruit claim growers can finally be properly compensated for their losses. We look forward to working cooperatively with the Government to achieve this,” he said.Related stories: Psa pain ongoing for NZ kiwifruit industrywww.freshfruitportal.com You might also be interested inlast_img read more

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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterIn an event hosted by the US consul general, Valerie Fowler, at her Sydney estate on Thursday 15 March, media personnel gathered to learn about California’s Wine County and understand why the destination is not only a wine enthusiast’s dream but also a destination for everyone.Some 40 industry insiders gathered to learn what makes Sonoma County and Napa Valley so special. After the recent fires in California, the region has seen a decrease in tourists. The event was held to encourage those who visit San Francisco to drive an hour to these regions and experience the premium wines and activities on offer.As guests mingled over canapés prepared by the US consul general’s personal chef – including pesto and burrata, and mozzarella and blanched asparagus, both served on crispy sourdough – they sampled a range of fine Californian wine served on the terrace surrounded by manicured gardens.Alexandra Spa from Sonoma County emphasised that the region has something for everyone, with over 400 wineries, 40-plus spas, farm-to-table restaurants, kayaking, lush rainforests perfect for hiking, a range of shops and 89 kilometres of scenic Pacific Coast. Just 45 minutes north of San Francisco, Sonoma Valley provides “a genuine and adventurous California wine country experience.”Napa Valley’s Penny Brand emphasised the magnitude of the region, with more than 500 wineries, 95% of these being family-owned and operated. With a range of lodging, dining, arts and wellness options available, Napa Valley is within easy reach from four international airports and is sure to cater for all tastes. With a range of wine-focused events running annually, Napa Valley is especially great for wine enthusiasts.Sonoma County and Napa Valley have a mild Mediterranean climate, making them ideal destinations year round.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more

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