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first_img Pinterest Pinterest WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – February 17, 2021 Twitter PITTSBURGH–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 17, 2021– Wabtec Corporation (NYSE: WAB) today announced that Erwan Faiveley has informed the company’s Board of Directors he does not intend to seek re-election at the company’s Annual Meeting in May 2021. Faiveley has served on the Wabtec Board since 2016. “On behalf of the Board, I want to thank Erwan for his service and leadership that helped shape Wabtec into the corporation it is today,” said Al Neupaver, Chairman of Wabtec. “He saw the company through incredible growth and played a significant role in successfully navigating the strategic combination of Faiveley Transport and Wabtec Corporation as one of the world’s leading rail equipment companies.” “It has been an honor to serve on Wabtec’s Board of Directors,” said Erwan Faiveley. “While the decision not to seek re-election and relinquish our family’s seat on Wabtec’s Board was difficult, it was necessary given the time and investment required as we expand our family’s wine business and operations from France to California. The Faiveley family will remain significant Wabtec shareholders and believe the company is well-positioned to drive profitable growth.” As a new Fortune 300 company and an industry leader in innovative technologies, Wabtec is committed to creating an inclusive culture that is reflective of the company’s forward progress and values. Wabtec has retained a Board search firm to help meet the needs of the evolving company and bring a diverse profile and experience to Wabtec’s leadership team. About Wabtec Wabtec Corporation is a leading global provider of equipment, systems, digital solutions and value-added services for freight and transit rail. Drawing on nearly four centuries of collective experience across Wabtec, GE Transportation and Faiveley Transport, the company has unmatched digital expertise, technological innovation, and world-class manufacturing and services, enabling the digital-rail-and-transit ecosystems. Wabtec is focused on performance that drives progress, creating transportation solutions that move and improve the world. The freight portfolio features a comprehensive line of locomotives, software applications and a broad selection of mission-critical controls systems, including Positive Train Control (PTC). The transit portfolio provides highly-engineered systems and services to virtually every major rail transit system around the world, supplying an integrated series of components for buses and all train-related market segments that deliver safety, efficiency and passenger comfort. Along with its industry-leading portfolio of products and solutions for the rail and transit industries, Wabtec is a leader in mining, marine and industrial solutions. Wabtec has approximately 27,000 employees in facilities throughout the world. Visit the company’s new website at: www.WabtecCorp.com. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210217005100/en/ CONTACT: Media Deia Campanelli 773-297-0482 [email protected] Investors Kristine Kubacki 412-825-1869 [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA PENNSYLVANIA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: SOFTWARE INTERNET HARDWARE DATA MANAGEMENT PUBLIC TRANSPORT TECHNOLOGY OTHER TRANSPORT TRUCKING RAIL AIR TRANSPORT OTHER TECHNOLOGY LOGISTICS/SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SOURCE: Wabtec Corporation Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/17/2021 06:30 AM/DISC: 02/17/2021 06:31 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210217005100/en Twitter Facebookcenter_img TAGS  WhatsApp Previous articleEnergy Transfer to Acquire Enable Midstream in $7 Billion All-Equity TransactionNext articleNational Vision Holdings, Inc. Announces Fourth Quarter 2020 Earnings Release and Conference Call Digital AIM Web Support Erwan Faiveley Will Not Seek Re-Election to Wabtec Board of Directors Local NewsBusiness Facebooklast_img read more

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first_img Facebook Facebook By admin – September 4, 2015 Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter Homepage BannerNews Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North WhatsApp Pinterest WhatsApp Google+center_img U4D says politicians cannot wash their hands following announcement of Magee cuts The university campaign group U4D says confirmation of significant job losses at Ulster University’s Magee campus is not only terrible news for those affected, it’s also bad for the city and for the North West economy.The group says ultimately, responsibility for the cut-backs at Ulster University must reside with those politicians who decided to cut funding for the Department for Employment and Learning.Ulster University confirmed on Wednesday that 1,250 student places and more than 200 staff jobs will be cut across its four campuses as a result of the Northern Ireland Executive budget cuts to higher education.U4D’s Paul Gosling says while there’s a lot of political focus on the future of Stormont at the moment, politicians cannot wash their hands of this crisis……….. Twitter Google+ Previous articleFive Donegal players named on Ulster All Star TeamNext articleSecurity alert ongoing in Maghera admin Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Pinterestlast_img read more

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first_imgOn Thursday, USC’s Neighborhood Academic Initiative hosted Gene Simmons at the University Club as a guest speaker for 60 students currently in the program.Path to success · Former KISS star Gene Simmons speaks to Neighborhood Academic Initiative participants at the University Club on Thursday evening about his own experiences facing adversity as an immigrant. – Austin Vogel | Daily TrojanOthers in attendance included Pavel Krapivin, vice president of Warner Bros. and former student of the USC Math, Science and Technology High School, and Kim Thomas-Barrio, executive director of NAI.NAI is a college access and success program with neighborhood students in grades six through 12 in conjunction with the university.“[This program] allows the academic rigor students need and the support families need for first generation college-goers from underrepresented minority groups,” Thomas-Barrios said.Since its first graduating class in 1997, NAI has  graduated more than 700 students. Forty percent of those graduates attended USC with a full four-and-a-half year scholarship package, not including loans.“All of this is in a neighborhood where about 50 percent of the students who attend neighborhood high schools drop out before graduating from high school,” Thomas-Barrios said.Thomas-Barrios said the decision to have Gene Simmons speak to a group of NAI students was an easy one for her and colleagues, who knew that students could relate well to Simmons, who immigrated to the United States from Israel with his mother when he was only 9 years old.“I am you; you are me,” Simmons said. “I wasn’t born here … when I first came to the United States of America, I heard the words, ‘What are you, stupid? Can’t you speak English?’”Simmons, like many of the students at the USC magnet schools, did not speak English as a first language. Simmons encouraged every student to do what he did: work as hard as possible each and every day, rather than giving up in the face of adversity.“When you take a look at the most powerful people in the world, they’re not the prettiest, they’re not the tallest … they may not be the smartest. They worked the hardest,” Simmons said.Pavel Krapivin, a colleague of Simmons’ and a former student of Thomas-Barrios’, was also able to relate to the current students of NAI as an immigrant who did not speak English as his first language, but taught it to himself by reading science textbooks.Krapivin, who attended USC after high school, has stayed close to NAI and his former professor and principal. His success story is one of the many inspirations current NAI students have.“When the school opened, I wanted to come here to learn, and I am very happy to come back here because all of you are going to do great things and once you do, you’ll want to give back,” Krapivin told the students. “It feels good to come back and to do things for other people.”Simmons, known for his role in the rock band KISS, encouraged students to ignore unsupportive people and to always believe that they are extraordinary.“Anybody that makes you feel bad, get rid of them — get them out of your life,” Simmons said. “You don’t have time for them, because they’re just vampires — they’re going to suck the life out of you.”One of the things Simmons emphasized to the students was that nobody was stopping them from succeeding except themselves.“All the information in the world, finally, for the first time in history, is available to you and to the richest and the most powerful, for free. … There’s nothing preventing you from scaling the heights — nothing — except you. All the opportunity you’ve got here, you’ve got to take advantage of it.”last_img read more