New Delhi: State-owned Bank of Baroda (BoB) plans to raise Rs 11,900 crore during the current fiscal through share sale, including Employee Share Purchase Scheme to shore up capital for meeting business expansion requirement. The bank expects to garner Rs 1,500 crore from Bank of Baroda Employee Share Purchase Scheme (BoB-ESPS). It has been decided to raise size of ESPS scheme to 15 crore shares with a face value of Rs 2 each as against 10 crore shares proposed in January this year. Also Read – SC declines Oil Min request to stay sharing of documentsESPS will be within overall limit of capital plan 2019-20 of Rs 11,900 crore of the bank, BoB said in its Annual General Meeting (AGM) notice to its shareholders. The remaining capital would be raised by way of various modes such as Qualified Institutional Placement (QIP) or Follow on Public Offer (FPO) or rights issues or any other mode or combinations of these with the existing paid-up equity share capital remaining within the total authorized capital of the bank of Rs 3,000 crore, it said. The decisions in this regard will be taken by shareholders of the bank on June 21 at the AGM. The size of ESPS was enhanced with a view to provide an opportunity to the employees of erstwhile Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank, which were merged with BoB. It will help the bank raise equity capital to shore up capital adequacy and to fund the general business needs, it said.
October 17, 2019
OTTAWA – The Trudeau Liberals are offering Indigenous communities $30 million in prize money as part of a contest that could end up rewriting the rules about how the federal government funds badly needed housing on-reserve.Key to the contest is to draw in private sector builders to help finance the construction and repairing of homes in First Nations, Inuit and Metis communities.The Liberals have made overtures to the private sector to help cover the cost for on-reserve infrastructure to close the estimated $30 billion needed to repair and upgrade homes, roads, and water systems.Now they’re looking for new ideas to test.Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott said government funding alone can’t surmount the scale of the housing problem, and suggested federal spending rules can get in the way.She said the contest will help suss out needed policy changes for projects and ideas that aren’t easily permitted under existing funding rules, such as mixed-used projects that combine residential and commercial space.“Going along with business as usual is not going to close that (housing) gap quickly,” she said in an interview ahead of Tuesday’s scheduled announcement.“This is an opportunity to say, perhaps we need to change some of the approach — how can we, in fact, be smarter about the money that we’re spending.”More details about the program will be announced this fall at the open of applications for the prize money. The winnings will be awarded over three rounds starting in spring 2019.The contest is the latest in a string of challenges the Liberals have launched since coming to office in November 2015, aiming to reshape how funding recipients think about projects and how the government spends money.What the government is looking for out of the contest is to fund projects that can be replicated in other communities, bring back traditional Indigenous building styles and techniques, and create an economic boost for communities that could include sourcing materials locally or providing job training to young people.“This is an opportunity to say ‘if you have an idea of how you can actually address the social problem and at the same time provide housing space’ then these are the kinds of things we would like to support,” Philpott said.“Once you can demonstrate proof of concept, often that will be the trigger that it will take for others to be able to scale up those examples.”A report in May from the Indigenous caucus of the Canadian Housing and Renewal Association said that some 118,500 Indigenous households, or 18.3 per cent, lived in “core housing need,” meaning they lived in homes that stretched them financially, required hefty repairs, or were too small for their families.The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. reported in late June that some 1.6 million homes, or 13.6 per cent of all urban households, were in core housing need in 2016, a figure relatively unchanged from 2015.Spending from the Liberals’ first budget in 2016 has, as of the end of March, paid for the construction and renovation of 8,786 homes, the government said, with work underway on 5,178 units.The Liberals’ 2018 budget set aside a combined $900 million over the next decade for housing in Metis and Inuit communities, and a further $600 million over three years for work in First Nations communities.— Follow @jpress on Twitter.
October 14, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced in August he was splitting the Indigenous Affairs department in two with Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs handling land claims and self-governance and Philpott’s new department taking over government programs on health, child welfare, education and infrastructure.The priorities will also focus on self-determination, meaning the goal is for the department to disappear.“This department should disappear over time. Services to Indigenous people should… be delivered by Indigenous organizations,” said Jean Francois Tremblay, deputy minister.Philpott looked to the West Coast as a template moving forward.“One of the best examples of that is British Columbia where we have seen the tremendous success of the British Columbia First Nations Health Authority which has entirely taken over the leadership, the management and delivery of health services for First Nations in British Columbia,” she saidLater this week, Philpott is hosting an emergency meeting on child welfare on reserves, which she said is the most pressing issue for her new department.“The meeting this week is not going to be about finding blame, the meeting this week is saying nobody thinks that what’s happening now is right, who’s prepared to look at alternative models? How are we going to fund those alternative models? How are we going to change policies so that kids can be with their families?” she said.-With files from The Canadian Pressnews@aptn.ca APTN National NewsThe new Indigenous Services ministry has identified five “key” priorities Minister Jane Philpott hopes to address moving forward.They are improving health, education, child welfare, better infrastructure (housing and water) and a new fiscal relationship.“It doesn’t help anybody to be in denial,” said Philpott Tuesday at a media conference describing for far too long the federal government has underfunded these key areas.Watch APTN’s Todd Lamirande’s report from Ottawa:
October 11, 2019
11 May 2011Investing in agriculture and expanding the industrial base of the world’s least developed countries are crucial to achieving economic progress and the raising the living standards in those nations, the head of the United Nations agency tasked with promoting the integration of poorer States into the world economy said today. Supachai Panitchpakdi, the Secretary-General of the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), told reporters in Turkey that the global economic boom from 2002 to 2007 resulted in economic growth in the least developed countries (LDCs) of some 7 per cent per year on average.However, growth was anchored on the extractive industries, which did not create jobs or help LDCs to broaden their economies and spread the profits more widely to populations, Mr. Supachai said, speaking on the sidelines of the Fourth UN Conference on LDCs under way in the Turkish city of Istanbul.The lack of attention to agriculture in poor countries has resulted in stagnation in the vital economic sector in recent decades, despite the fact that farming is still the greatest source of employment in LDCs, Mr. Supachai said.The total labour force in LDCs is expected to increase by 10.2 million people per year between 2005 and 2015 and unless the young populations can find productive work, poverty and frustration will increase, as will the already significant pressure for international migration, he added.He called for a shift away from dependence by LDCs on exporting raw industrial materials and other commodities and a focus on manufacturing and related activities that progressively add value to goods produced.Value-added products bring higher profits, create more and better-paying jobs, and generate employment, while reducing vulnerabilities related to abrupt fluctuation of commodity prices in global markets.
October 7, 2019
Hyping Up Hybrid: Making the Case Ryan Daily September 05, 2019 With the race to the cloud heating up, some enterprises aren’t dashing to the finish line with the same intensity – opting instead for a “hybrid” pace. Most of the enterprises I’ve talked to that are considering edge computing believe the infrastructure needs to be on premises for the best performance. CenturyLink can deliver sub-five-millisecond latency transport from its 100+ edge computing sites to almost anywhere in the country, CenturyLink told me. That kind of low-latency response time is ideal for apps such as virtual reality, machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence (AI). See All in Cloud Communications » Today, because of the sophistication of the former Global Crossing network as a foundation, CenturyLink has a highly dynamic network that can provide real-time provisioning from the customer premises to the 100+ edge locations. The company can also bridge the edge to the cloud via its Cloud Connect Dynamic Connections, which provide a fast on-ramp to the Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Google Cloud Platform public clouds. Cloud has obviously been all the rage for the past decade or so, but edge computing will be the “next big thing” — an excellent complement to cloud services. The initial wave of edge products came from on-premises vendors; this shouldn’t be a surprise as early adopters have preferred DIY solutions. In this case, however, the DIY approach is limited by the large amount of infrastructure — spread out among many locations rather than centralized — edge computing requires. This includes storage, compute, network services, security, and more. Even if a business can afford to buy all necessary technology, stitching it together is non-trivial and highly complex. cloud-edge.png If businesses are going to rely on telcos for their digital transformation efforts, then service providers need to shift from product-centric to customer success-centric — an opportunity for CenturyLink to differentiate. The size of its network gives it an advantage over regional cable operators, but it should be nimbler than legacy incumbents with their glacier-like speed, too. Currently, AT&T and Verizon have edge initiatives, but it’s not a fait accompli that customers will use either for high-value services, particularly in light of the providers’ track records of poor customer service. Are We Heading for Cloud in a Box? Tom Nolle September 26, 2019 As the cloud craze continues, enterprises are looking for simplified “in a box” cloud solutions to address their communication and collaboration needs. Disruption Imminent?This presents an excellent opportunity for a company like CenturyLink to disrupt the market. CenturyLink certainly has the size and scale to compete with the likes of Verizon and AT&T but doesn’t have the same name-brand recognition, particularly with enterprise-class customers. This could work in its favor as network vendors and communication services providers transition away from transport-only to full-stack — security, mobile, cloud, edge, UC, software-defined WAN, and other services — models. The key for CenturyLink is to seamlessly tie its adjacent network and cloud services to the edge. Recall that CenturyLink acquired Level 3, which had purchase Global Crossing several years ago. I’ve long felt that no service provider had a better and more-agile IP backbone than Global Crossing, which never managed to articulate the differences to customers. Dedicated vs. Shared Cloud Voice Services Darin Ward October 03, 2019 When moving voice to the cloud, many service providers tout their dedicated solutions. But is “dedicated” all that it’s cracked up to be? The Next Big ThingThe edge concept is growing in popularity as awareness spreads that a centralized cloud isn’t the best place for analyzing everything. Retailers looking to understand in-store data, an airport doing facial recognition, or a port of call studying shipping information might be better served storing and processing the data at the edge. 5 Ways Cloud UCC Changed the Workforce Mark Roberts September 16, 2019 The UCC digital renaissance has come and stayed. Now, enterprises are fine tuning their networks to better engage employees and customers. 5 Steps for A Seamless Contact Center Cloud Migration Elizabeth Magill September 09, 2019 Ensuring that IT and business teams are on the same page before, during, and after the process is key to a successful migration. Digital transformation continues to pick up steam as almost all organizations are looking to improve customer experience and improve operational efficiency via automation and AI. The cloud is core to that, and now the edge is gaining momentum. CenturyLink’s massive network and cloud presence give it a real shot at disrupting a stagnant telco industry.Tags:News & ViewsEdge computingCenturyLinkCloud CommunicationsDigital TransformationManaged ServicesNews & ViewsProduct News Articles You Might Like Services provider CenturyLink this week announced plans to roll out an initial 100 edge computing locations in the U.S. in order to move its hybrid and managed cloud services closer to where customer interactions happen. The rollout plans come with an investment of several hundred million dollars, the company said. Log in or register to post comments
October 7, 2019
VICTORIA — British Columbia is preparing to file a lawsuit as early as next week to have Alberta’s new fuel restriction law declared unconstitutional.Attorney General David Eby says B.C. will file its lawsuit in the Court of Queen’s Bench in Alberta.He says B.C. will apply for an injunction and seek damages if Alberta uses the new law to restrict fuel flows to the West Coast.The Alberta government passed its Preserving Canada’s Economic Prosperity Act on Wednesday.Kathleen Ganley, Alberta’s justice minister and solicitor general, says in a letter to Eby that Bill 12 protects Alberta’s economic interests and those of all Canadians.The legal dispute between Alberta and B.C. is part of an ongoing and escalating national feud over the $7.4 billion Trans-Mountain pipeline expansion project from northern Alberta to Burnaby, B.C.
October 6, 2019
Following the meeting, a number of diplomats who attended the consultations told reporters that the Council is close to agreement on elements of a text reaffirming that Iran should comply with calls from the IAEA Governing Board and seeking a report from the Agency Director-General on the matter. They said consultations would resume early next week.Council discussions today centred on an IAEA report requested by the Board of Governors last month which points to outstanding questions about Tehran’s activities. “Although the Agency has not seen any diversion of nuclear material to nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices, the Agency is not at this point in time in a position to conclude that there are no undeclared nuclear materials or activities in Iran,” it states.The report voices concern that “uncertainties related to the scope and nature of Iran’s nuclear programme have not been clarified after three years of intensive Agency verification.”The report notes that under normal circumstances, drawing any conclusion about a country’s nuclear activities would take time, and the duration would be even longer in the case of Iran because of a number of factors, including the “undeclared nature” of Iran’s past programme. In 2003, it was discovered that Iran had carried out secret nuclear activities for 18 years in breach of its obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).Before transmitting the report to the Council, Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei said the 15-member body “will lend its weight to the IAEA’s efforts so as to make sure Iran will work as closely as possible with us.”
October 2, 2019
According to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), among the millions of people in need, some 10.3 million require urgent assistance. Moreover, three million people are displaced.In addition, malnutrition has soared more than 60 per cent since 2015, affecting more than three million people, including 460,000 severely malnourished children under the age of five, OCHA reported. The Humanitarian Pooled Fund is preparing to finance 31 projects in the sectors of food, nutrition, water, sanitation, and health, in order to address the crisis and assist at least three million people in 15 priority governorates and under-served governorates, such as Shabwah, Dhamar, Al-Jawf and Marib. Nine national non-governmental organizations (NGOs) ($7 million), fifteen international NGOs ($28 million) and six UN agencies ($23 million) will implement the projects. In addition, nine local responders receive support via direct funding with a total of $3.8 million granted to 28 national NGO’s, which includes training and capacity building. OCHA also expressed gratitude for generous donations from Canada, Ireland, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. However, it stressed that scale of the conflict in Yemen will require more resources and urgent aid, as the 2016 Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan is currently only 58 per cent funded.
September 25, 2019
A former British Airways pilot has been told to pay his ex-wife nearly £600,000 by a divorce court judge after losing a 16-year battle to prove his daughter was not his. Mr Justice Mostyn has also imposed an e-mail ban on Richard Wilmot after his ex-wife Viki Maughan complained about a barrage of emails sent to her solicitor.He ordered Mr Wilmot, who now flies with Turkish Airlines, to stop sending messages to the lawyer’s private email address.The judge has outlined his decisions in a ruling after analysing the latest leg of the case at a hearing in the Family Division of the High Court in London.He said Mr Wilmot should pay £593,598 – a sum which including money owed for child support and lawyers’ bills.The couple divorced more than 15 years ago after a marriage lasting less than a decade, but litigation has continued.Mr Wilmot has been unhappy about orders relating to the payment of child maintenance and claimed that his daughter, the youngest child in the family, was not biologically his. However, a DNA test ordered by the family court in Germany concluded that this was almost certainly untrue, the judge said. A report from the University of Bonn “which having analysed DNA which was unquestionably taken from both Captain Wilmot and his daughter concluded that the probability that Captain Wilmot was the true father of the child E was 99.999999 per cent,” he added. Viki Maughan outside London’s Appeal CourtCredit:Richard Gittins /Champion News Last year three Court of Appeal judges dismissed an attempt he made to overturn rulings made by Mr Justice Mostyn. The court issued an order freezing Mr Wilmot’s assets, including his properties, money held in bank accounts, his pension and money held by insurance companies. The judge also criticised the “utter folly” of Mr Wilmot’s behaviour, and criticised him for not attending court. He said £396,929 had been recovered and he still needed to pay £196,669 to his ex-wife. Assets worth £300,000 will be frozen. Mr Wilmot has previously complained that orders served on him by email are invalid, but has since bombarded the court, the judge’s clerk and his ex-wife with emails, the judge added. “One cannot help but note the irony that he should use the medium of email for his campaign of bombardment in circumstances where his argument in the Court of Appeal was that all the orders that had been made against him were invalid because they had been served on him by email. “He has sent directly to named members of staff in the court office since 27 October 2017 27 emails. “He has sent to the court’s generic email address in that period, 36 emails. “He has sent to my clerk in that period, 26 emails. He has sent to the applicant’s solicitor, 26 emails and he has sent direct to the applicant’s counsel Mr Swift, 5 emails.” Staff at the Court of Appeal “have also been assailed by numerous emails from Captain Wilmot”, the judge said. “I am asked to make an order restraining Captain Wilmot from communicating with the applicant’s solicitor on her private email address. It is completely unacceptable that this form of harassment should take place,” the judge said. 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.
September 22, 2019
Updated 6.20pm THE TAOISEACH HAS confirmed that the HSE Service Plan for 2014 has been finalised and will be published tomorrow.The plan will see €25 million targeted in savings from medical card probity, and not the €113 million that was contained in the Budget in October, a government spokesperson confirmed this evening.The reduction in the amount of money being targeted through medical card probity will be accounted for through savings of €47 million in the Department of Social Protection as a result in the drop in unemployment with the balance achieved through savings in pay and pensions.Reports this evening indicate that a total of €619 million in savings will be targeted in the HSE’s plan and not the €666 million that was originally targeted.The plan was discussed by Cabinet Ministers at their weekly meeting earlier today, Enda Kenny told the Dáíl as he took questions regarding his own Department this evening.He was responding to a question by Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin, who said he hoped the Government would allow some time for debate on the document before the Dáíl broke for the Christmas break.The plan will show how the HSE expects to spend its budget, and implement savings over the course of the next year.Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin, Sinn Féin’s health spokesperson, accused the government of ‘spinning’ the HSE’s spending plans, saying: “This is clearly an attempt at news management before anyone outside Government gets to see the Plan in advance of its publication tomorrow.- additional reporting Hugh O’ConnellFirst published 5.06pm Read: HSE bailout of €199 million is a “considerable achievement” – Reilly
September 21, 2019
Saturday 3 Dec 2016, 8:15 PM Share Tweet Email2 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Image: Leon Farrell/RollingNews.ie Dec 3rd 2016, 8:15 PM Read: 8 glasses per passenger and fancy food at 35,000 feet – what it’s like to chef for an airlineRead: Paddy Power, Topaz and others stung for sending spam emails and texts PAUL BRERETON’S JOB sounds like one of the most exciting in the world. The Dublin native spends much of the year jetting across the globe, looking for the best rare gems and diamonds.When he finds some he likes, he either contracts a local craftsman to forge some jewellery, or flies the minerals back to Ireland where he and his staff make diamond rings.Despite the glamorous-sounding nature of the job, Brereton (39) makes an effort to talk it down as much as possible.“You go to some of the most amazing cities in the world, but you don’t get to see them,” he tells Fora.“It isn’t a social experience, you go there to do work and then you come home.You mostly spend your time at trade shows and visiting people at hotels.While some would view that as a missed opportunity, Brereton is happy enough travelling across Ireland instead.“Often, when you travel around the country and people hear your surname, they will say something like, ‘my grandmother bought her ring from you’,” he said.People have been buying from us for generations, and it is very powerful when you talk to people like that, it’s very humbling.Brereton worked in Bank of Ireland for a few months before getting a position with investment firm Susquehanna.The position was a good one and unusual at the time, with Brereton taking responsibility for actual trading – a job that a 24-year-old would rarely be able to get in Dublin. John Brereton jewellers general manager Paul Brereton Source: Leon Farrell/RollingNews.ieHowever, after spending a few years there, Brereton decided to leave for the shop that bears his family name, John Brereton jewellers. He now runs the firm’s three stores with his father and uncle and serves as the business’ general manager.“My brother and sister hadn’t shown much interest (in joining the shop),” he says. “A lot of people whose families ran businesses in the 70s and 80s, the children didn’t want to work as hard as their parents, so they would go – and often end up working as hard at something different.But it is a good business. It had taken three generations to build up and I didn’t want to see all that hard work disappear.Brereton followed in the family footsteps, graduating as a gemologist in 2006, and is now looking to modernise the family business.What do you do and how long have you done it for?Brereton’s is one of the city’s oldest jewellers, starting life more than 100 years ago. The company’s oldest store on Capel Street has actually been around for longer than that, dating back to 1855.“The store was running as a pawn brokers before we bought it. When we did, the name of the person with the licence had to be above the door so we bought it in 1916 and it became Brereton’s,” Paul Brereton says.The family focused on running the Capel Street store for years, and the business stayed at one outlet until 1976, when it opened a second shop on Chatham Street.A decade later it added a third, starting a store opposite the General Post Office on O’Connell Street, the rebel headquarters during the rising in the year that the first store opened.The company next decided to expand in 2010, closing its store on Chatham and snapping up a prime spot on Dublin’s central shopping boulevard for €5 million during some of the worst days of country’s financial meltdown. Brereton’s on Grafton Street Source: Leon Farrell/RollingNews.ie“It was not a time when people were buying commercial property, but it was a corner site on Grafton Street, where there were only three owner-occupiers left. When the opportunity presented itself, it was a no-brainer,” Brereton says.The business is now trading well, reporting a profit of about half a million euro between its three stores in 2015, and has just relaunched its website to make a push into online sales.What are your costs and how do you make money?Brereton’s is one of Dublin’s better-known jewellers, selling a range of items including watches, bracelets, necklaces and diamond rings.“I travel all over the world trying to find the best-quality stones and jewels; I went to three different continents to find the best-quality stones at the right price,” Brereton says.He adds that the company looks to avoid conflict diamonds, a term that refers to stones mined in war zones and used to fund conflicts, traditionally associated with African countries like the Ivory Coast and Sierra Leone.Brereton says that the firm only uses diamonds sourced through the Kimberley Process, an international initiative to try and cut down on blood diamonds, although some critics have said that conflict stones do manage to slip through.“With the Kimberley Process, there is a setup so that stones have a certificate of where they came from, and that stays with them so that if there is some of a change in where they came from, they can’t get into the supply chain,” Brereton says.Unsurprisingly, the diamonds are “far and away” the company’s biggest spend, but the firm also spends a decent chunk of money on its staff. Brereton’s employs over 30 people and has a workshop in each of its stores. One of Brereton’s diamond rings Source: Brereton Jewellers“90% of the diamond rings we sell are made by hand in our shops,” he says. “With other jewellery it would be about the reverse, about 10% is made by us.The four goldsmiths that we have about 30 to 40 years’ experience each, between them alone we would have about 150 years experience and they can do unbelievable things.”What is your market?Brereton says that the firm sells to “the entire family”, but the family will likely have to be at least a little well off. You won’t find much priced under €1,000 on a quick flick through the company’s catalogue – and many of its rings are priced at many multiples of that.Brereton acknowledges that the image of jewellery shops as haunts of the wealthy can be a hard one to shake but added that many customers are not looking to drop three months’ salary in one go.“Someone could spend €8,000 on a piece and then you could have a piece for €80. (Repeat business) is definitely important, we try to structure it so that someone will go in and buy something small and as they progress will buy a ring from us,” he says.While the company has no immediate plans of expanding outside the capital, Brereton is looking to tap into a new market by revamping the business’s online offering in what sounds like a fairly torturous process.“People have high expectations of what a site should deliver for image quality,” he says.“Because we are selling our own stuff, not other brands, we have to photograph each piece in four different directions, edit it and upload it. We have launched with 500 items on the site and we have 15,000 to get up there, so it’s a daunting task,” he says.What is the competition?Some of the country’s most famous jewellers, such as Appleby and Weirs and Sons, are just a hop and a skip away on Grafton Street. Brereton’s also has to try and mix it with online-only jewel sellers, who don’t have the same overheads as their high-street rivals.Brereton is coy on how much it costs for him to buy the stones and what the company’s markup and turnover are, although he insists that margins aren’t as high as some people think.“There is a preconceived idea that margins are high, but not any more because of selling over the internet. We have to be competitive with our pricing,” he says.If we can be within 5% of online retailers then we are doing a good job. http://jrnl.ie/3115393 Take me to Fora Image: Leon Farrell/RollingNews.ie 32,357 Views By Fora Staff Meet the Dublin jeweller who travels the world in search of flawless diamonds As part of Fora’s How My Business Works series, we profile John Brereton jewellers. Weir & Sons Source: Google Street viewBrereton acknowledges that the company will have a tough time matching the price of an online retailer or a company that is supplied by a multinational, so he says that the firm needs to emphasise its heritage and expertise.“We try to get the cheapest rings possible, but you have to justify the price. With a ring that you buy online, what if you want it resized?People buy it and then don’t have a comeback if they have an issue. Here you can walk in and talk to someone.What is your vision?Brereton says that the new website is “everything” for the company’s future plans at the moment.The company has set a goal of online sales of €200,000 in the 12 months after the revamp, rising to €500,000 in year two. It’s a figure that Brereton expects to keep expanding in the future as people continue to move towards shopping online.Asked if he thinks online sales will outstrip sales in-store at Brereton’s in the coming years, he says:Definitely, especially the way we are positioning ourselves. We are looking to be ready for the next stage in retail.Brereton has no plans to upset the apple cart and is determined to carry on the work of his family, adding that you “learn to love” the industry.“I studied gemology; I can take what I learned and apply it the next day which is very interesting,” he says.“I have to keep pushing the business to be as competitive as possible. I don’t to be the one that messes up after four generations.”This article is part of Fora’s weekly series examining the nuts and bolts of businesses. 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September 19, 2019
Google+ Pinterest Facebook Twitter Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WWE issued the following on Saturday.WWE NXT to debut at Download Festival before U.K., Ireland June toursThe hottest brand in sports-entertainment will join up with one of the biggest music festivals in the world to kick off NXT’s tour of the United Kingdom and Ireland this June.From Friday, June 10 through Sunday, June 12, WWE NXT takes over the Download Festival at Derby’s Donington Park. Alongside some of the biggest names in rock, including Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Rammstein and Korn, Superstars like Finn Bálor, Bayley, Baron Corbin and Shinsuke Nakamura will take to the ring to showcase their high-octane brand of competition. Festival-goers will also get the opportunity to meet the Superstars of NXT during autograph signings.The NXT tour continues to Dublin’s 3Arena Monday, June 13, then travels to the SSE Arena in Belfast, Northern Ireland on Tuesday, June 14. The Echo Arena in Liverpool plays host to live NXT action Wednesday, June 15, while the Bournemouth International Center will be treated to an action-packed evening on Thursday, June 16. The tour concludes on Friday, June 17, at Plymouth’s Pavilions Arena.Tickets for the Download Festival are available now at downloadfestival.co.uk/tickets. Tickets for the rest of NXT’s tour of the U.K. and Ireland are available starting Friday, April 8. Don’t miss your chance to see NXT live and in-person this June! 9/13 NXT Live Results: Cocoa, FL (Dain vs. Kushida, NXT North American Title Match) NXT Highlights: Johnny Gargano addresses NXT future, Baszler vs. Ripley, Pete Dunne in action WhatsApp WALTER and Kassius Ohno set to compete at EVOLVE 135 and 136 Live Events
September 3, 2019
The lobby of the CIA Headquarters Building in Langley. Reuters file photoAnti-secrecy group WikiLeaks on Tuesday published what it said were thousands of pages of internal CIA discussions about hacking techniques used over several years, renewing concerns about the security of consumer electronics and embarrassing yet another US intelligence agency.The discussion transcripts showed that CIA hackers could get into Apple Inc iPhones, Google Inc Android devices and other gadgets in order to capture text and voice messages before they were encrypted with sophisticated software.Cyber security experts disagreed about the extent of the fallout from the data dump, but said a lot would depend on whether WikiLeaks followed through on a threat to publish the actual hacking tools that could do damage.Reuters could not immediately verify the contents of the published documents, but several contractors and private cyber security experts said the materials, dated between 2013 and 2016, appeared to be legitimate.A longtime intelligence contractor with expertise in US hacking tools told Reuters the documents included correct “cover” terms describing active cyber programs.Among the most noteworthy WikiLeaks claims is that the Central Intelligence Agency, in partnership with other US and foreign agencies, has been able to bypass the encryption on popular messaging apps such as WhatsApp, Telegram and Signal.The files did not indicate the actual encryption of Signal or other secure messaging apps had been compromised.The information in what WikiLeaks said were 7,818 web pages with 943 attachments appears to represent the latest breach in recent years of classified material from US intelligence agencies.Security experts differed over how much the disclosures could damage US cyber espionage. Many said that, while harmful, they do not compare to former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden’s revelations in 2013 of mass NSA data collection.“This is a big dump about extremely sophisticated tools that can be used to target individual user devices … I haven’t yet come across the mass exploiting of mobile devices,” said Tarah Wheeler, senior director of engineering and principal security advocate for Symantec.Stuart McClure, CEO of Cylance, an Irvine, California, cyber security firm, said that one of the most significant disclosures shows how CIA hackers cover their tracks by leaving electronic trails suggesting they are from Russia, China and Iran rather than the United States.Other revelations show how the CIA took advantage of vulnerabilities that are known, if not widely publicized.In one case, the documents say, US and British personnel, under a program known as Weeping Angel, developed ways to take over a Samsung smart television, making it appear it was off when in fact it was recording conversations in the room.The CIA and White House declined comment. “We do not comment on the authenticity or content of purported intelligence documents,” CIA spokesman Jonathan Liu said in a statement.Google declined to comment on the purported hacking of its Android platform, but said it was investigating the matter.Snowden on Twitter said the files amount to the first public evidence that the US government secretly buys software to exploit technology, referring to a table published by WikiLeaks that appeared to list various Apple iOS flaws purchased by the CIA and other intelligence agencies.Apple Inc did not respond to a request for comment.The documents refer to means for accessing phones directly in order to catch messages before they are protected by end-to-end encryption tools like Signal.Signal inventor Moxie Marlinspike said he took that as “confirmation that what we’re doing is working.” Signal and the like are “pushing intelligence agencies from a world of undetectable mass surveillance to a world where they have to use expensive, high-risk, extremely targeted attacks.”CIA CYBER PROGRAMSThe CIA in recent years underwent a restructuring to focus more on cyber warfare to keep pace with the increasing digital sophistication of foreign adversaries. The spy agency is prohibited by law from collecting intelligence that details domestic activities of Americans and is generally restricted in how it may gather any US data for counterintelligence purposes.The documents published Tuesday appeared to supply specific details to what has been long-known in the abstract: US intelligence agencies, like their allies and adversaries, are constantly working to discover and exploit flaws in any manner of technology products.Unlike the Snowden leaks, which revealed the NSA was secretly collecting details of telephone calls by ordinary Americans, the new WikiLeaks material did not appear to contain material that would fundamentally change what is publicly known about cyber espionage.WikiLeaks, led by Julian Assange, said its publication of the documents on the hacking tools was the first in a series of releases drawing from a data set that includes several hundred million lines of code and includes the CIA’s “entire hacking capacity.”The documents only include snippets of computer code, not the full programs that would be needed to conduct cyber exploits.WikiLeaks said it was refraining from disclosing usable code from CIA’s cyber arsenal “until a consensus emerges on the technical and political nature of the C.I.A.’s program and how such ‘weapons’ should be analyzed, disarmed and published.”US intelligence agencies have said that Wikileaks has ties to Russia’s security services. During the 2016 US presidential campaign, Wikileaks published internal emails of top Democratic Party officials, which the agencies said were hacked by Moscow as part of a coordinated influence campaign to help Republican Donald Trump win the presidency.WikiLeaks has denied ties to Russian spy agencies.Trump praised WikiLeaks during the campaign, often citing hacked emails it published to bolster his attacks on Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton.WikiLeaks said on Tuesday that the documents showed that the CIA hoarded serious security vulnerabilities rather than share them with the public, as called for under a process established by President Barack Obama.Rob Knake, a former official who dealt with the issue under Obama, said he had not seen evidence in what was published to support that conclusion.The process “is not a policy of unilateral disarmament in cyberspace. The mere fact that the CIA may have exploited zero-day [previously undisclosed] vulnerabilities should not surprise anyone,” said Knake, now at the Council on Foreign Relations.US officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said they did not know where WikiLeaks might have obtained the material.In a press release, the group said, “The archive appears to have been circulated among former US government hackers and contractors in an unauthorized manner, one of whom has provided WikiLeaks with portions of the archive.”US intelligence agencies have suffered a series of security breaches, including Snowden’s.In 2010, US military intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning provided more than 700,000 documents, videos, diplomatic cables and battlefield accounts to Wikileaks.Last month, former NSA contractor Harold Thomas Martin was indicted on charges of taking highly sensitive government materials over a course of 20 years, storing the secrets in his home.
September 3, 2019
Read More:Tornado kills 14 in Alabama Debris and a damaged house seen following a tornado in Beauregard, Alabama, US in this 3 March 2019 still image obtained from social media video. Photo: ReutersA tornado tore through the southern US state of Alabama on Sunday, killing 22 people, uprooting trees and causing “catastrophic” damage to buildings and roads, a local sheriff said.”Unfortunately, I feel that number may rise yet again but that’s going to depend on our search efforts,” Lee County Sheriff Jay Jones told a press conference.Other people have been hospitalized, some with “very serious injuries,” while the search was still ongoing for more who are missing, he had earlier told reporters.A local NBC affiliate reported that the search for survivors had been called off Sunday night due to dangerous conditions, and would resume on Monday morning.”There are some children involved,” Lee County coroner Bill Harris told MSNBC earlier Sunday, following unconfirmed reports that an eight-year-old girl was among the dead.Jones described the damage as “catastrophic, based on the destruction of homes that we’ve seen.”Wrecked houses, downed treesThe swath of destruction left by the storm was a quarter mile (0.4 kilometers) wide and stretched for the “several miles that it traveled on the ground,” according to Jones.Still and video images showed trees that had been snapped in two, debris-strewn roads and wrecked houses in the wake of the storm.More than 6,000 homes were left without power in Alabama, according to PowerOutage.US, while 16,000 suffered outages in neighboring Georgia.Authorities warned the death toll could rise further as rescuers search through the debris in Beauregard, about 60 miles (95 kilometers) east of the state capital Montgomery.Television images showed the heavy rain had relented by dusk but many roads in the worst-hit areas were left littered with debris and unpassable.Residents in the town of Smith Station told local TV news crews of their shock at turning up to work to find their businesses destroyed, and seeing crying co-workers comforting one another.One bar in the town appeared to have lost its roof and most of its walls, in images screened by MSNBC, while a cell tower was completely destroyed.”My sister and niece have been under tornado watch and warnings all day in Montgomery… Prayers up for Alabama,” Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Ava Duvernay tweeted.Late Sunday, US President Donald Trump expressed his condolences to those affected.”To the great people of Alabama and surrounding areas: Please be careful and safe,” he wrote on Twitter.”Tornadoes and storms were truly violent and more could be coming. To the families and friends of the victims, and to the injured, God bless you all!”‘Take cover’The National Weather Center had issued a tornado warning for areas including Lee County earlier on Sunday, calling on residents to: “TAKE COVER NOW! Move to a basement or an interior room on the lowest floor of a sturdy building. Avoid windows.”It tweeted late Sunday that the southeastern US, struck by a severe storm system, could see “damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes” overnight.While Jones referred to a single storm, CNN reported that two tornadoes had hit Lee County in quick succession, some of “at least a dozen” it said tore through Alabama and the neighbouring state of Georgia on Sunday.NWS Birmingham suggested that there were multiple twisters in the area, tweeting that the “first tornado to impact Lee County today was at least an EF-3 & at least 1/2 mi wide.”The EF-3 designation — on a scale of 0 to 5 — means the tornado had winds of 136 to 165 miles (218 to 266 kilometres) per hour.
September 1, 2019
By George Kevin Jordan, AFRO Staff WriterA line of students from Anne Beers Elementary, 3600 Alabama Ave SE, walked through their school’s front entrance and were greeted by a new face. A tall distinguished man, with glasses and a ready smile, met each child with a handshake, a hug or a pat on the back.It took only a millisecond for most kids to smile back and acknowledge Dr. Lewis D. Ferebee as their new Chancellor of D.C. Public Schools. Winning over parents and the community will be a bigger task.DCPS Chancellor Dr. Lewis D. Ferebee meets with students at Anne Beers Elementary in Southeast, D.C. (Courtesy Photo)On his first official day with students, Ferebee toured the building, sat in on classes and talked to parents about the future of DCPS.Ferebee has a long career in education. Most notably he was superintendent for Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) which has more than 60 campuses and employs more than 4,500 educators and staff, serving 32,000 students and has a budget of over $500 million.District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser offered her endorsement last month saying, “Dr. Ferebee is someone with experience leading at all levels of public education – from serving in the classroom and as an elementary and middle school principal to leading a system that serves more than 30,000 students. He is a strong leader and educator, and has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to providing all students and families high-quality educational opportunities.”During the meet and greet Jan. 24 at Anne Beers, equity and quality of education immediately became the most pressing topics.“Understanding what people are referring to when they talk about equity, my understanding is that we’re talking about allocation of resources,” Ferebee said. “First for me is getting a deep understanding of how resources are allocated to schools. How can we ensure their equitably distributed to schools and how can we bolster transparency?”Ferebee addressed concerns about charter school and their increasing enrollment.“Our focus has to be on the students that are enrolled in our schools,” Ferebee said. “We’ve actually seen an uptick in enrollment.”And he realized that there needs to be some rebuilting of relationships between DCPS and parents.“The best thing we can do at this point is be as transparent as possible of how resources are allocated,” Ferebee repeated. “When you’ve had difficulty with trust and there is a need to build confidence, which we obviously have, the one way I’ve found to do that is to be as transparent as possible,” Ferebee said.“The community can anticipate greater transparency in how schools are funded and how resources are allocated.”Ferebee has been praised in the past for some of his programs with IPS, but he said not to expect every initiative to be the same in D.C.“I am proud that throughout my career my record has been to create innovative solutions, but those solutions have not been the same from district to district and community to community,” Ferebee said. “Our new and creative solutions for D.C. Public Schools will be different from solutions in indianapolis. You can’t transportat strategies from one city to another city.”And just what is his idea of a successful DCPS?“For me, this is a macro perspective, a high quality option in every neighborhood in every grade level where families can count on us that they see a continuum, that their child can matriculate to graduation in the District of Columbia Public School System,” Ferebee said.Ferebee holds a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership from East Carolina University, a Master of Arts in School Administration and Supervision from the George Washington University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from North Carolina Central University. He will earn a base salary of $280,000 in his position.In December D.C. Council Member David Grosso (I-At Large), who heads the Committee on Education, did not hold back his opinion on the mayor’s nomination of Dr. Ferebee.“In Dr. Ferebee, the mayor has chosen to nominate an individual from outside of the District of Columbia. The vetting of such a candidate should not be taken lightly or hastily. Due to the late nature of this nomination in the legislative process, the Committee on Education will not schedule public engagement sessions this month and has no plans to move it through the Council before the end of the legislative session. I encourage Dr. Ferebee to seize this time as an opportunity to meet with DCPS students, family, teachers, and staff in preparation for his confirmation process.”Dr. Ferebee said he had conversations with Council members since arriving. A confirmation hearing for Dr. Ferebee is scheduled for January 30 by the D.C. Council.Results of the hearing were not available by press time.
August 10, 2019
WHAT: Each month guests can enjoy a new multi-course vintner dinner at fin, The Sky Lodge’s fine dining restaurant. Karen Cakebread, the property’s Vice President of Marketing, has introduced this new program and aligned with acclaimed Oakville Ranch and Judd’s Hill Winery to kick-off the upcoming July and August summer vintner series, which will continue through the year and introduce a new wineries each month.Diners attending The Sky Lodge vintner dinners will enjoy a delectable 5-course meal created especially for the occasion by The Sky Lodge’s culinary team, including Executive Chef Scott Boberek, fin Chef Briar Handley and Executive Pastry Chef Nova Bevier. Each course will be perfectly paired with wine selections from visiting vintners.Guests interested in staying in one of The Sky Lodge’s 33 luxury-suites can reserve a room by calling 435.658.2500 or toll free at 888.876.2525. Introductory rates for a one-bedroom suite at the hotel start at $250 per night.WHEN: Upcoming vintner dinners, beginning at 6:30 p.m.,include:July 18, 2008 – Paula Kornell, GM at Oakville Ranch Hosted by Paula Kornell, GM at Oakville Ranch www.oakvilleranch.comAugust 28, 2008 – Judd’s Hill Winery Hosted by Judd and Holly Finkelstein www.juddshill.comWHERE: fin at The Sky Lodge 201 Heber Ave. Park City, UT 84060 435.658.2500COST: $125 per person, including wine, tax and gratuityABOUT THE SKY LODGE: The Sky Lodge, a distinguished member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, honors the traditions of the finest boutique resort hotels throughout the world, where a limited number of rooms and an ample, superbly trained staff combine to deliver a highly personalized experience that consistently exceeds the expectations of even the most sophisticated travelers. With 33 exclusive one-, two-, and three-bedroom residences, loaded with traditional craftsmanship and high-tech conveniences, this new luxury hotel, featured inCondé Nast Travelermagazine’s Hot List 2008, as well asRobb Report’s “Best of the Best”,offers the finest amenities in Park City, including an opulent spa, superb dining and pride of ownership in the magical setting of the Wasatch Mountains. The Sky Lodge is located at 201 Heber Avenue, in the heart of Park City’s historic Old Town district. For additional information, or to make hotel reservations, call 435.658.2500 or visit www.theskylodge.com.
August 10, 2019
September 15, 2017The construction of the visitor parking entrance fence continues. With the concrete poured for the foundation of the main fence sections, the construction crew has begun to install the wooden beams.Here, Tristan and Eli are working to gather to bolt the wooden beams into place, bringing the fence a step closer to the final state. (photos by Rebecca Weeks, text by Shannon Mackenzie)
February 24, 2019
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January 24, 2019
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January 2, 2019
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