Rabat – Police in Utrecht, the Netherlands, are still looking for a man who opened fire in a tram on Monday morning.Police have issued several statements on the situation, urging people to stay inside. The country’s police also temporarily raised the Netherlands’ threat level to the highest level.In a tweet, police said they are not ruling out other attacks because the attacker is still on the run. Police also called on people to report any “suspicious situation to the police via 112.” Police are advising people in Utrecht “not to go to the Kanaleneiland area.”Read Also: Man Opens Fire in Tram in Utrecht, Netherlands, Injures SeveralThe tram’s surveillance video caught images of the shooter. Police identified the attacker as a 37-year-old  Turkish-born man, named Gokman Tanis.De politie bevestigt dat het beeld op dit moment is dat er sprake is van 3 doden en 9 gewonden. #24oktoberplein #utrechtIn the case of the shooting at the #24oktoberplein in Utrecht the police confirms 3 death and 9 injured.— Politie Utrecht (@PolitieUtrecht) March 18, 2019The gunman injured nine people, three of whom are in critical condition. The mayor of Utrecht confirmed that three deaths have been recorded.In another tweet, the police confirmed that there were three deaths and nine injured.Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said he was “deeply concerned” about the attack. The prime minister also announced the cancellation of the weekly coalition discussions.Rutte said, “If it is terror attack then we have only one answer: our nation, democracy must be stronger than fanaticism and violence.”While Utrecht police did not announced how many people were injured or possible killed victims, news outlets reported that there were three deaths among the victims. read more

Truck sales help Ford Motor Co. of Canada claim top sales spot for August by The Canadian Press Posted Sep 3, 2014 9:51 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – Canadian auto sales continued to accelerate in August, climbing 7.9 per cent to 171,560 with almost a dozen brands at or close to all-time sales record for the month, according to data compiled by DesRosiers Automotive Consultants Inc.The sales, up from 159,004 in August 2013, included light truck sales totalling 100,621, up 14.1 per cent from 88,168 a year ago, while car sales amounted to 70,939, up from 70,836 in August 2013.“These records are rooted in the Ontario consumer coming back into the market in full force and the West holding close to last year’s sales records,” DesRosiers said in a report.Year-to-date sales totalled 1,256,649, up 4.6 per cent from 1,201,664 at the same time last year.“We expected a point or two increase this year so an increase of almost five per cent is, frankly speaking, quite spectacular,” DesRosiers said.Ford Motor Co. of Canada, with a big boost from strong truck sales, claimed the honour of the industry’s top seller last month, edging about Chrysler with 27,988 cars and light trucks sold, up from 27,268 a year ago.Ford truck sales climbed 10.4 per cent to 22,539, up from 20,412 in the same month last year, while the automaker’s car sales were down 20.5 per cent at 5,449 compared with 6,856 a year ago.Meanwhile, Chrysler said it sold 26,825 vehicles last month, up from 21,932 in the same month last year. Chrysler said the total was a record for the month and helped push year-to-date sales through August to a new high.The increase for the month was driven by truck sales, which jumped to 24,302 from 18,233 a year ago as sales of its Jeep brand more than doubled. Chrysler car sales slipped to 2,523 from 3,699 as Dodge car sales fell to less than half of those a year ago.So far this year, Chrysler has sold 201,424 vehicles, up from 187,375 in the first eight months of last year.General Motors of Canada sold 22,111 vehicles in August, up 4.8 per cent from 21,091 a year ago.GM truck sales were up 7.3 per cent at 16,089 from 15,001, while car sales totalled 6,022 compared with 6,090 a year ago.The automaker said it will complete the launch of a complete portfolio of new trucks this fall.“With the launch of the new Cadillac ATS Coupe and our all-new mid-size trucks, the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon later this year, we anticipate this growth will continue as we align our products to best suit the needs of our customers,” John Roth, GM’s vice-president for sales, service and marketing.Truck sales also helped Toyota Canada sales for the month, which climbed to 16,546, up 6.8 per cent from 15,499 a year ago. Toyota truck sales were up 10.4 per cent at 8,257 compared with 7,481 in August 2013, while Toyota car sales totalled 8,289, up from 8,018.Sales of Toyota’s luxury nameplate, Lexus, totalled 1,534, down from 1,570 a year ago, while Scion sales amounted to 407, down from 578.Honda sales slipped 3.4 per cent to 14,063 from 14,552 a year ago, while its Acura luxury brand saw sales fall 11.8 per cent to 1,461 from 1,656.“Our exceptional sales in June and July meant dealer inventories of key 2014 models were poor, making it impossible to match last year’s strong August results,” said Dave Gardner, Honda Canada’s vice-president of sales and marketing.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. A version that moved Wednesday included TD Bank economist’s comments that applied to U.S., not Canadian, auto sales. read more

CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Geo Baker blocked a 3-point try with six seconds left during a frantic final flurry, punctuating a strong defensive effort that helped the Rutgers Scarlet Knights beat the Miami Hurricanes 57-54 Wednesday in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.Rutgers held the Hurricanes to 34-per cent shooting, and they missed 11 of their final 13 shots. That included Chris Lykes’ 3-point attempt blocked by Baker that could have tied the game.Miami’s Zach Johnson tried a 3-pointer that rimmed out with two seconds left. After Rutgers missed a free throw, DJ Vasiljevic hit the front of the hoop with a 60-foot heave at the buzzer.Rutgers (5-1) won playing on the road for the first time this season and snapped a 19-game home non-conference winning streak for Miami (5-2).Baker’s 3-pointer with seven minutes left put the Scarlet Knights ahead for good. He finished with 16 points, seven rebounds and six assists.Peter Kiss had 12 points and Eugene Omoruyi scored 11 the Scarlet Knights.Rutgers won despite shooting only 41 per cent, including 6 for 24 from 3-point range. The Scarlet Knights, who began the night allowing an average of 57 points per game, forced 13 turnovers and blocked eight shots.Lykes, Miami’s leading scorer this season, was held to eight points. He had five turnovers and four assists.The starting backcourt of Lykes and Vasiljevic shot a combined 4 for 19 for the Hurricanes, who had scored at least 78 points in each of their previous games. Miami went 7 for 28 from 3-point range.Anthony Lawrence had 16 points, eight rebounds and four assists for the Hurricanes. Ebuka Izundu added 12 points and 12 rebounds.Miami raced to a 13-4 lead but trailed 28-24 at halftime.BIG PICTUREThe Scarlet Knights have won three in a row and face ranked teams in their next two games.STILL SIDELINEDHurricanes forward Dewan Hernandez missed his seventh game sitting out the start of the season as the school and the NCAA review his eligibility. There’s no timetable for a decision regarding his status, coach Jim Larranaga said.UP NEXTRutgers plays host to No. 9 Michigan State on Friday, and are then at No. 22 Wisconsin on Monday.The Hurricanes face Yale on Saturday in the Miami Hoophall Invitational.___More AP college basketball: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25Steven Wine, The Associated Press read more

first_imgA wealthy farmer dumped a lorry load of muck outside a crown court on Tuesday in protest at the “severely flawed” justice system which he claimed left him thousands of pounds out of pocket.Charles Hirons spread the manure outside Derby Crown Court in a row  with the partners of a firm which was closed down by the industry regulator.It is believed that Mr Hiron’s grievances with the firm and its partners have still not been fully resolved, nearly eight years on.The 49-year-old farmer, who was immediately arrested, left a note in the cab of his tractor saying he had acted  in “personal protest against the severely flawed judicial system”. More than 35 clients were left in limbo as a result of the firm’s closure, including many who had employed it to draw up house deeds and trust funds. Farmer Charles Hirons dumped a load of manure outside Derby Crown Court in protest at the "flawed" criminal justice system Charles Hirons and his family outside their Derbyshire home in 2012Credit:Derby Telegraph/SWNS A note left by Mr Hirons in his cab explaining the protestCredit:Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press Workmen clearing up the mess left by Mr Hirons as part of his protestCredit:Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press A note left by Mr Hirons in his cab explaining the protest The SRA said its intervention in the management of the law firm had concluded in 2010.An SRA spokeswoman said: “At that time former clients with live matters, a recent will or deeds, were written to and informed of the intervention and invited to instruct where they wished their documents to be sent to or informed their documents would be placed in the SRA archives, as is normal practice.”Former clients who were owed money were paid out by the Compensation Fund. A total of just under £1.8 million has been paid, so far, to Walter Scott and Ross clients.” Charles Hirons and his family outside their Derbyshire home in 2012 Workmen clearing up the mess left by Mr Hirons as part of his protest Since the closure of Walter Scott and Ross, Mr Hirons, who lives in a £400,000 country house in Derbyshire with his wife and children and is a well known figure in British Eventing, has called for a public inquiry into the law firm.Mr Hirons, who had used Walter Scott and Ross to represent him in a disputed division of a family estate, said at the time: “I believe no-one is standing up and taking responsibility for this.” 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. Farmer Charles Hirons dumped a load of manure outside Derby Crown Court in protest at the “flawed” criminal justice systemCredit:ROD KIRKPATRICK/F Stop Press Following his release from custody said he had dumped the muck as a “peaceful protest”.”I did it because the ‘higher powers’ just hide behind emails. The working man is being persecuted in this country.”The SRA closed down solicitors’ firm Walter Scott and Ross, which operated from the nearby town of Erewash, in 2009, following an investigation into “serious financial irregularities.”The firm had been under investigation by the SRA since 2007. In June 2011 a tribunal concluded that its partners, Alastair Ross and Darrell Holmes, had used clients’ accounts for their own purposes. It also found Mr Holmes had a conviction for drink-driving. Nearly £1.8 million has since been paid out in compensation to former clients who lost money after failing to receive deeds to their properties, vital casework and details of trust funds.last_img read more

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. An 11-year-old child and a  30-year-old woman have been injured after a pellet gun was fired in south-west London.Police said the child suffered a wound to her leg while the woman, who was known to the youngster but not related to her, suffered injuries to her back.Both were taken to hospital for treatment, but neither is believed to have been seriously hurt.Two men, both aged in their late teens, are also believed to have been hurt during the incident and went to a nearby hospital suffering shotgun pellet injuries which are not thought to be serious.Officers were called to the scene in Figges Marsh, Mitcham, at 5.40pm on Sunday after reports of shots being fired.Scotland Yard said a large group of men were seen in the area before the incident and police are trying to trace them.The force said in a statement: “Detectives are urging anyone in this group who has not yet spoken with police to come forward.”No arrests have been made.Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information is asked to call 101. read more

first_imgApple sold 14.6 million iPads in the June quarter, down 14 percent from the same time last year. It was the first year-over-year decline in iPad sales.Nonetheless, Apple CEO Tim Cook touted that Apple has sold 170 million iPads since the tablets launched three years ago.Apple also refreshed its computer lineup. A new, 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display is thinner and lighter, Schiller said, adding that the laptop has up to 9 hours of battery life, enough to “watch the entire trilogy of ‘The Black Knight’ on one charge.”The notebook’s new price is lower: $1,299, compared with $1,499 for the previous version.A larger MacBook Pro, with a 15-inch monitor and 256 gigabytes of storage starts at $1,999, compared with $2,199 for the previous version.The Mac Pro, a high-end desktop computer aimed at what Apple calls “power users,” will be available in December for $2,999.The company also said that its latest computer operating system, Mavericks, is available free of charge.Apple says nearly two-thirds of its mobile devices are running iOS7, the revised operating system it released in September.Read: Apple removes HMV music app from App Store>Read: Apple sends event invites amid rumours of iPad update> APPLE UNVEILED A new, thinner, lighter tablet called the “iPad Air” along with a slew of new Macs ahead of the holiday shopping season as it faces growing competition from rival gadget makers.The California company made the announcements today at an event in San Francisco.iPad Air Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, introduces the new iPad Air. Pic: AP Photo/Marcio Jose SanchezThe iPad Air weighs just 1 pound, compared with 1.4 pounds for the previous version. Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller called the tablet a “screaming fast iPad.” He said it is eight times faster than the original iPad that came out in 2010.The iPad Air will go on sale November 1 and start at $499 for a model with 16 gigabytes of memory, while the iPad 2 will continue selling at $399.A new iPad Mini, meanwhile, will be available later in November starting at $399 for a 16-gigabyte model.The iPad’s market share has been eroding compared with cheaper rivals running Google Inc.’s Android operating system. Research firm Gartner Inc estimates that Android tablets will end 2013 with a 50 per cent share of the worldwide market versus 49 per cent for the iPad. Just two years ago, the iPad commanded a 65 per cent market share compared to 30 percent for Android tablets.iPads and MacbooksApple CEO Tim Cook speaks on stage before a new product introduction on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013, in San Francisco. Pic: AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchezlast_img read more

first_img 1 2 This has been a longer-than-usual console cycle filled with new peripherals, revisions, and many, many bundles, but now we’ve met the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.The next-gen is just a few months away and as of E3 2013 the curtain has been almost fully pulled back. All the vital information about the Xbox One and PS4 has been revealed now that we have a good idea of the game lineup, the hardware, used game policies, and, most importantly, the prices.A few months ago we nominally met the PlayStation 4, then the Xbox One  was revealed on May 21st. Both events were interesting, but lacking in critical information. As of this week, we officially have that information and are ready to put the Xbox One and PS4 head-to-head.Xbox One vs PS4: HardwareIt’s been a few years since AMD has scored any major wins in the hardware space as Intel continues to rule the PC market. However, the Xbox One will run on an 8-core 64-bit x86 Jaguar AMD CPU/GPU combo known as an APU. In the case of the PS4, Sony also opted for an 8-core x86-64 AMD Jaguar, but the GPU is about one third more powerful in the PS4. This likely won’t make much difference with launch titles, but as the hardware ages, Sony should have a slight edge. Remember, the PS3 had great power, but it was very difficult to unlock because of the Cell architecture. Now both platforms run on x86, so the PS4 will be as easy to program for, and Sony-focused studios want be the only developers able to get the full experience from the PlayStation’s hardare.As for memory, both devices will be packing 8GB of high-speed RAM. Microsoft is using DDR3, while Sony is using GDDR5 RAM, which is both spendy and speedy. The PlayStation 4 will have a local hard drive that is expected to be 500GB, and can be switched out at the user’s convenience, just like you could with the PS3. The Xbox One will rock a 500GB built-in hard drive as well, but cannot be switched out. No secondary console models (later or smaller drives, or with SSDs) have been announced yet.We already know that the Xbox One will not support hard drive swapping/upgrading, but Sony has not yet announced the PS4’s support for this.After its experiment with DVD and HD-DVD, Microsoft has had little choice but to hop on the Blu-ray bandwagon. You can finally throw out that HD-DVD version of King Kong — it’s over. The Xbox One will playback Blu-ray movies, and games will be on Blu-ray discs. However, there are some caveats in that respect that we’ll cover shortly. Sony is again including a Blu-ray drive for movies and games, satisfied in its victory.Xbox One vs PS4: The new controllersEvery new gaming console comes with new controllers — it’s nothing unexpected. What’s unique about this generation is that they’re also coming with new cameras out of the gate (for an additional fee). Rather than build Kinect into the Xbox One, the new camera has been pumped up. It’s a bit larger, more angular, and much more sensitive. It’s got HD resolution, and can detect as little as a 1% change in position.Along with voice controls, Kinect is at the heart of Microsoft’s big new UI paradigm. Just wave and shout at your Xbox and it does stuff! The PS4 will have a new peripheral, the successor to the often forgotten PS Eye, called (creatively) the PlayStation 4 Eye. This is basically a Kinect clone right down to the voice interaction. Sony has only said the cameras are “high-sensitivity.” However, it will still have some PS Move DNA, as evidenced by the Move functionality of the new controller. We won’t know how well this works until Sony graces us with a full demo.As for the controllers, they’re definitely recognizable as coming from one camp or the other. Sony’s DualShock 4 has better triggers, a built-in speaker, and concave thumbstick pads. Right up at the top is a Share button, which is used to blast game replays and multiplayer content out across the PSN. There is also a touch-sensitive area in the middle of the controller. Microsoft worked to streamline an already good controller. The new Xbox One controller has slimmed down a little bit, making it easier to hold. That big battery pack from the backside has been removed, making it a bit more like the PS4 controller in overall shape.The one change that will probably make the biggest impact on gamers is the revamped d-pad. The controller now has a Nintendo-style ‘+’ pad instead of the weird tipping directional arrows from the 360. last_img read more

first_imgPrime Minister George Papandreou yesterday put up an impassioned defense of his government’s bid to grant second-generation immigrants citizenship, presenting a vision of a country inhabited by Greeks of all ethnic backgrounds and rejecting criticism by saying that Greece’s cultural stability is threatened more by the quality of its television than by migrants.Papandreou, once a migrant himself and a longtime campaigner for improving foreigners’ rights in Greece, was speaking in Parliament during a debate on a draft law that would allow children born in Greece to immigrant parents who have been living in the country legally for five years to apply for citizenship.“There are 550,000 immigrants living legally in our country today,” he said. “These people have faces, hopes, dreams and fears. They work, pay their social security contributions, buy homes, send their children to Greek schools. They have planted their roots in Greece, which is the only country their children know.“We cannot allow them not to participate in our society. The refusal to assimilate them… creates inequality and corruption. It sends the message that they are not welcome here.”Under the government’s proposals, children have to spend at least six years at Greek schools before they are eligible for citizenship. But the bill has been criticized by New Democracy and the nationalist Popular Orthodox Rally (LAOS) as being too lax.“Why are there false fears about our nation being altered beyond recognition?” asked Papandreou. “What does it mean to be Greek? Democracy, equality and humanity. Is this how little we believe in Greece’s strength? Our culture is damaged more by the 4-5 hours a day that we and our children watch TV.”New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras said his party would repeal the law if it comes to power, arguing that it would spur an influx of more immigrants. “When we are in the midst of the worst economic crisis Greece has experienced since the war, giving citizenship to half a million immigrants and their children creates the danger of social unrest,” he said.Papandreou insisted that granting citizenship would not affect immigration. “There are no perfect solutions but there are long-term and better solutions,” he said. “This gives us a new possibility: to see Greeks of Indian or Albanian descent who are proud of their Greek citizenship.” Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Following insurance company data showing a soaring number of payouts from burglaries and car thefts in Victoria reaching $164 million and additional figures indicating a 61.73 per cent increase over two years in the number of claims for ‘theft of or from motor vehicles Neos Kosmos contacted Victoria Police for clarification. According to insurance industry figures, increased crime rates are resulting in higher premiums for households and small businesses with the “number of claims for domestic home contents for theft and burglary in Victoria showing a 28.4 per cent increase in the last two years, compared to a 9.2 per cent increase in Queensland and a two per cent increase in NSW. Domestic premiums during that period in Victoria have increased by 7.3 per cent over the last two years, compared to an increase of just 1.5 per cent in Queensland and 3.4 per cent in NSW. Meanwhile, motor vehicle premiums in that period in Victoria have increased by 6.14 per cent over the last two years”.However a Victoria Police spokesperson warranted that Victorians should be extra careful when taking into consideration unofficial crime statistic reports that are not coming directly from Victoria Police, explaining that “contrary to what has been published, between January and March this year we saw a significant drop in residential burglaries, with 2000 fewer offences compared to the previous quarter or a 14.9 per cent decrease.“The department works harder than ever and closely with key partners, including government and industry, to keep the community and their homes safe, identify and implement effective ways to address thefts of and from motor vehicles.” In fact, and based on the official crime statistics, theft of motor vehicles reportedly decreased by 14 per cent between January and March this year, which is a drop of approximately 850 offences.During the same period, theft from motor vehicles offences also dropped 19 per cent compared to the previous quarter.“These trends are continuing thanks to the hard work of police throughout the state and our sustained focus on enforcement and prevention activities,” a senior communications officer from Victoria Police told Neos Kosmos.“For example, we’ve partnered with the National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council to introduce a GPS vehicle tracking trial before the end of the year. This will allow police to monitor, track and recover stolen vehicles quickly and effectively and also reduce opportunities for stolen vehicles to be used to commit other crimes.”Meanwhile, Victoria Police are focusing their efforts on improving policing response to residential burglary through enhanced forensic examination processes and greater intelligence sharing between frontline police, local detectives, and burglary investigation teams.“Next month we will also launch an Australian-first trial using cutting-edge traceable liquid technology which enables people to mark and register valuable items for future identification purposes,” the spokesperson added.“We hope the technology will help people safeguard their possessions and prevent residential burglaries.”You can prevent your car being broken into or stolen by:– ensuring your car is locked while parked at all times and always store your car keys in a secure place – parking your car in a well-lit area or a locked garage – never leaving valuables in your vehicle.Protect yourself and your home by: – installing good quality locks on doors and windows – locking all windows and doors, even when you’re at home – unlocked side and rear doors are the most common entry points for burglars – removing valuable items from plain sight, particularly car keys, wallets, and cash. – making your house look occupied at all times. For example, ask a neighbour to bring in your mail and bins if you’re away for a while.last_img read more

first_img 00:00 /01:01 Listen To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Video Playerhttps://cdn.hpm.io/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/27163657/Greens-Point-Shelter.mp400:0000:0001:51Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.At Greenspoint Mall, the space Macy’s use to occupy is now home to close to 500 displaced Harvey victims.One of those people is Nathaniel Rollins, he says his experience hasn’t been positive.“It’s trash food and everything on the floor,” he says “They have trash bags but people are so depressed and stuff they don’t even worry about that. It’s better than sleeping out on the streets, but it could be better.” – / 3Douglas Jackson is also a resident but has a different view.“Actually things in the shelter here are very good,” he says.He was able to get assistance.“The first thing you see is a tables for information, and they find out what you’re in need of and try to help you with it,” he says.Todd James is with Red Cross.He says he understands some people may have frustrations.“It unfortunately doesn’t have the comforts of home,” he says. “What we try to provide is a safe, clean, secure place for people to stay until we can help them get to some long term sort of solution” James says they have contracted with a cleaning company for the facility, and there is currently no closing date for the shelter. X Sharelast_img read more

first_img Popular on Variety Long-running quiz show “Jeopardy!” and erudite host Alex Trebek have landed on Hulu.In a new deal between Hulu and Sony Pictures Television, “Jeopardy!” has made its subscription-streaming debut, with 60 episodes available on the service starting Friday (Aug. 10).Hulu said it will continuously refresh its lineup of popular episodes of “Jeopardy!” Currently, the episodes of the show available on the service are from a few years ago: 25 episodes each from seasons 29 (2012-13) and 30 (2013-14), and 10 episodes from season 31 (2014-15).In a video promo, Trebek — predictably, but endearingly to fans — announced the distribution deal in the show’s trademark fashion: “It’s the streaming service that’s now home to one of the most beloved quiz shows of all time, ‘Jeopardy!’ [He pauses for dramatic effect.] What is Hulu?” ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15center_img To kick off the premiere, the 60-episode batch on Hulu comprises curated collections of some of “Jeopardy!’s” flagship special events, including a “Tournament of Champions,” a “College Championship” and a “Kids Week,” as well as “Battle of the Decades,” which features some of the show’s fan-favorite contestants from its 35-year history, like all-time money winner Brad Rutter and champion Ken Jennings.With a weekly audience averaging 23 million viewers, “Jeopardy!” is the top-rated quiz show on TV. It holds the Guinness World Records title for the most Emmy Awards won by a TV game show — with 34 — including the 2017 Emmy for outstanding game show. “Jeopardy!” also received a Peabody Award in 2011. The syndicated show’s 35th anniversary season will premiere Monday, Sept. 10.“Jeopardy!” is produced by Sony Pictures Television and distributed domestically by CBS Television Distribution and internationally by CBS Television International.Watch the promo trailer for the debut of “Jeopardy!” on Hulu:last_img read more

first_imgLeonard and  Kenny will call the action. Kay Adams and Chris Mannix will host each fight night.  Granderson will report from ringside.“We’re committed to bringing our subscribers not just top-notch boxing and MMA – but also top-notch production,” said Joseph Markowski, DAZN senior vice president of North America for DAZN, in a statement. “With this broadcast team, viewers will be in good hands and we look forward to introducing a series of innovations to our fight night experience in the coming months.”Perform Group named John Skipper its executive chairman in May, just a few months after he left his role as president of ESPN. DAZN (“da zone”) is launching in September in the U.S., for $9.99 a month, offering access to big fights from Viacom’s Bellator MMA and Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing, among others. The network won’t sell an annual subscription.Leonard will provide ringside analysis for the fights, drawing on his career as a six-time world champion and Olympic gold medalist. Out of the ring, Leonard has enjoyed a long broadcasting career working with ABC, NBC, FOX, ESPN and HBO. Kenny will serve as the blow-by-blow announcer.  He has spent more than three decades in boxing, covering the sport for ESPN, Showtime and Fox.  Leonard and Kenny last worked together in 2017 when they called the international broadcast of the Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor fight.“With all of the boxing dates DAZN already has on the calendar, they are going to have me quite busy – and that’s a great thing for fight fans because it means that good fighters are staying active and taking on meaningful challenges,” said Leonard in a statement.Adams and Mannix will host each broadcast. Adams is best known for hosting “Good Morning Football” on NFL Network and DirecTV’s Fantasy Zone. Mannix is an award-winning boxing writer for Yahoo Sports and has worked as a ringside reporter for NBC, Showtime and EPIX.Granderson will handle ringside reporting duties for DAZN. He covered the NBA and tennis for ESPN to national politics for ABC. In addition to his work in television, Granderson can be heard each weekday on “Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis” on ESPNLA 710, is a senior writer for ESPN’s “The Undefeated,” and writes for CNN. “Sugar” Ray Leonard, Brian Kenny, Kay Adams, Chris Mannix and LZ Granderson will serve as the ringside fight team for boxing telecasts by DAZN, a live, on-demand streaming sports service that is led by the U.K-based Perform Group and could serve as a new kind of competition to ESPN, HBO, Showtime and other cable outlets that provide boxing coverage.The new team will work their inaugural event as a unit when world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua defends his WBA, WBO and IBF belts against Alexander Povetkin on Sept. 22 from Wembley Stadium in the U.K. Beginning in October, the team will broadcast all Matchroom USA fights on DAZN including the previously announced Jessie Vargas vs. Thomas Dulorme on Oct. 6 and Billy Joe Saunders vs. Demetrius Andrade on Oct. 20. Early action at each Matchroom USA fight night will be called by broadcast veteran Todd Grisham and former world champion Sergio Mora. Additionally, Akin “Ak” Reyes and Barak Bess, known for their boxing shows on Sirius XM Radio and ThisIs50.com, will interview some of the biggest names in the sport throughout fight week. Popular on Variety ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more

first_imgMay 3, 2019 5 min read Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global It seems like a day doesn’t go by without a new piece of collaborative technology hitting the market. WordPress’s parent company, Automattic, recently launched the collaboration platform Happy Tools, a suite of products that includes a scheduling service called Happy Schedule, which will provide round-the-clock customer support.Happy Tools and collaborative resources like it are obviously important, but it’s critical that companies also assess the value those tools provide teams. Otherwise, they have no way of knowing their actual return on collaboration, a qualitative and quantitative measurement of, well, collaboration. Related: Never Underestimate How Easy It Is to Screw Up When Deploying New TechnologyIf a collaborative tool you adopt doesn’t provide you solutions and still keeps your team members siloed, you must question whether you’ve actually invested in the proper tool for your organization.What’s the return?Understanding return on collaboration, or ROC, can be a challenge. This is due partly to the initial decision to invest in collaborative technology in the first place. Many companies don’t spend enough time determining why they’ve invested in this particular solution. But without a clear reason driving the decision, the technology may either fail to garner support or fail altogether.Don’t get me wrong — this isn’t a declaration against collaborative tools. According to Doodle’s The State of Meetings 2019 report, U.S. companies will lose $399 billion to pointless meetings in 2019 alone. What’s more, Bain & Co. found that one large organization it looked at was spending $15 million a year on a single weekly meeting for mid-level managers.Better collaboration probably could have corrected some portion of those problems. Showing a clear ROC comes down to understandingthe exact reason why you’re investing in collaborative technology. As with any other business initiative, you need to identify a point of origin to track your progress.But the question remains, “How do leaders maximize and measure ROC within an organization when they invest in collaborative technology?” Following are what I find are often the best places to start:1. Apply the “bowling pin” strategy.When implementing new initiatives, most companies use top-down approaches in which CEOs mandate that all employees going forward will conduct business in a particular manner. However, this “because we said so” tactic can lead to resistance among employees.Instead, pull people in by using the bowling pin strategy: Start with a small part of your team who will benefit the most from your choice of technology. If you win these people over, their enthusiasm will become a conduit of positive support, making it that much easier to win over the next group.Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg applied the bowling pin strategy for his initiative’s launch, starting at Harvard before migrating to other schools. By focusing on a single campus, the social network was able to position itself as a useful tool for students who then shared their experiences with friends at other colleges; these people then, naturally, wanted in. A groundswell of “word-of-mouth” support is a strong indicator that a particular collaboration tool is having the intended effect.2. Start with simple metrics.Collecting and analyzing data is standard practice for all organizations these days. A Deloitte study found that companies studied that were using people analytics to guide decision-making enjoyed 82 percent higher three-year profit averages as opposed to competitors that were not using them.You certainly know your customer acquisition costs, sales revenue, monthly profit or loss and other figures. But do you apply these same principles to internal initiatives? Or, more to the point, do you track anything at all?Identify some simple metrics as you implement collaborative technology. Make sure the metrics impact both your staff and operations. For example, monitor whether the tool benefits your employees’ work-life balance as well as the bottom line. Consider comparing their productivity before and after implementation to determine the effectiveness of the collaboration software.Related: Use Metrics That Really Matter In Your Business3. Confirm that the tech will simplify things.The ultimate goal with collaborative technology is to streamline the ways people work together, not just to add another tool to the mix. Ask yourself, “Does the technology simplify day-to-day operations? Or, does it just slap a meaningless task on the to-do list?”Of course, simple isn’t always easy. Apple, for example, believes easy is hard, meaning that it requires a great deal of effort to clean the mind enough to make things simple. And while the company has experienced public successes, fumbles such as Apple III, the Lisa and the Newton show that the company hasn’t always followed its own advice.To catch on with users and yield tangible ROC, collaborative solutions should remove a layer of difficulty from some process. Determining whether that’s the case starts with asking questions like, “Is it simple to use?” and “Does it make sense?” Think about the way Slack simplifies interoffice messaging and file storage or how Google Docs has streamlined the real-time editing process.Related: Want a Better Employee Experience? Start By Simplifying Tech.The tech you introduce to your team should minimize the hassle that employees associate with some area of their work. Otherwise, it’s just one more thing making their jobs more difficult.All companies agree that collaboration is a necessity. After all, two heads are better than one. But two heads are just two heads until you give them the right tools to make collaboration possible, and you won’t know whether you’ve invested in the right tools if you never ask “why” you need a solution. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Register Now »last_img read more

first_imgBy Michael Coleman | Special to The Tico Times WASHINGTON, D.C. – El Salvador managed to slash its homicide rate in half this year, but more needs to be done to ensure the drop is permanent, says the country’s minister of justice and public security.Douglas Moreno made his remarks at a recent World Bank symposium entitled “Security in the Northern Triangle: The Private Sector’s Role in Violence Reduction.” The Northern Triangle refers to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, but the event – co-sponsored by the Americas Society/Council of the Americas – focused primarily on El Salvador, where gang violence is most severe.It also coincided with AS-COA’s release of a study on violence reduction in El Salvador. The report found improvements in corporate productivity and local security when companies offered jobs and training to former gang members.For example, Grupo Calvo employs 90 rehabilitated ex-gangsters – about 5 percent of its staff – at a Salvadoran tuna cannery, and facilitates employment opportunities with suppliers for an additional 100 former gang members. At League Collegiate Wear, an apparel manufacturer, 15 percent of the workforce signed up through a similar program.“The private sector can clearly play an important role in improving security in the region, and this is best achieved through public-private collaboration,” said the organization’s president and CEO, Susan Segal. “This policy brief brings concrete and positive ways forward to one of the most pressing issues in the region.”The public-private partnership concept is relatively new in Central America, and while the policy brief analyzes its effectiveness in El Salvador, it also serves as a reference point for Honduras and Guatemala. The World Bank estimates that crime and violence costs El Salvador $2.5 billion annually, representing 10.8 percent of the country’s gross domestic product. It says that a 10 percent drop in the homicide rate translates into annual GDP growth.“We will end the year with 2,000 homicides fewer than in 2011,” Moreno said, noting that following the March 2012 truce signed between El Salvador’s two largest gangs, homicides fell from an average of 14 per day to five. In 2011, the country reported more than 4,300 killings, translating into a homicide rate of 66 per 100,000 inhabitants. That’s second only to Honduras, which reported 82 homicides per 100,000, the highest rate in the world.In El Salvador, the administration of President Mauricio Funes has enacted an integrated public security plan that relies equally on crime control and prevention. The plan calls on municipal councils to improve coordination between the state and society in the fight against violence and insecurity. The Funes administration also has beefed up its reliance on military units to bolster police efforts.Moreno said his government is committed to educational and employment opportunities for young people, adding that the violence will be a focal point in El Salvador’s presidential election in two years. “No matter who wins in 2014, it will have to lie on his shoulders throughout this process,” he said.Hasan Tuluy, the World Bank’s vice-president for Latin America and the Caribbean, said violence in Central America inflicts economic losses equivalent to almost 8 percent of the Northern Triangle’s total GDP.“When people ask why institutions like the World Bank are engaging in activities like this, it’s because it is very much a development challenge for these countries,” Tuluy explained. “That’s why we are increasingly incorporating crime and violence prevention in an entire range of products, such as financial solutions or knowledge sharing and convening, so we can learn from it.”He also said there are no one-size-fits-all remedies, pointing out that what works for El Salvador might not be effective for Honduras.“There are no off-the-shelf solutions,” Tuluy said. “We have to learn by crowding in as much experience as we can to provide the right solution for the right country. That’s why these partnerships are important. Everybody needs to join in on this because it will be a long and multi-faceted effort.”“The private sector can create jobs for at-risk youth, … one of the key underlying factors for crime and violence. The quality of public services is also important. The public sector can play an important transformational role,” said Tuluy, who also announced that the World Bank would begin granting appropriations for projects in public safety, with a first loan to Honduras.Jason Maczak, senior editor of Americas Quarterly and moderator of the Washington event, said companies in Central America are beginning to realize that investing in at-risk youth and other programs to help disaffected and disenfranchised people can boost their bottom lines. These range from software giant Microsoft to energy conglomerate AES.“This is about the effect the homicide rates have on business climate and investment in countries across the region,” Maczak said. “What is unique about each of these examples is that the programs have a corporate social responsibility component, but they also serve business interests. Serving business interests is possible if it is part of their core corporate model.”AES spokeswoman Adriana Roccaro Giamporcaro, whose company provides electricity in 27 countries on five continents, said something as simple as a commitment to lighting public spaces can help reduce violence.“Lives and security have improved with public lighting and access to electricity,” Giamporcaro said. “It’s important to see how we can have a direct impact. The electrification process is carried out with funds allocated by the government, whose willingness to provide electricity is so great that it set up a fund for this purpose.”Josue Alvarado Flores, president of Rio Grande Food Products Inc. in Laurel, Maryland, migrated to the United States in 1985. He said many gang members in his native El Salvador would jump at the chance to go straight, and that the private sector is equipped to help.“Many of those who are criminals are planning acts of violence and extortion. They want to stop doing that,” he said. “Some people say, ‘We want to leave the gang but how can we survive?’”Flores explained how his company tries to help. “We provide them a basket of food for two weeks to help them, and we told them they had to go to church over a six-month period and also have medical checkups and psychological assistance until these young people are ready for some businesses that open their doors to them,” he said.Flores said the corporate mission is business-oriented and conveys social responsibility. But for him, the effort is also personal.“My dad was a drug trafficker and a gang member,” he said. “I have a 1-year-old child and I don’t want this future for him.” Facebook Comments No related posts.last_img read more

first_img August 3, 2017 556 Views They say everything is bigger in Texas—but when it comes to home price appreciation, Texas is taking most of the south with it.According to Clear Capital’s recent Home Data Index (HDI) repot, which reflects quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year home price appreciation, three out of four southern metros are experiencing accelerated home price appreciation growth. Dallas, Texas; Memphis, Tennessee; and Tampa, Florida are among the fastest growing major metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) in the south.Though all three MSAs experienced upward trajectory through July, Dallas doubled its quarter-over-quarter growth from 0.9 percent to 1.8 percent. Tampa and Memphis weren’t far behind with growth from 1.9 percent to 1 percent and 1.5 percent to 1.9 percent quarter-over-quarter respectively.“With demand rising and inventory remaining tight, home prices will continue on an upward trajectory for the southern region,” shared Clear Capital President and Co-Founder Kevin Marshall. “Nationally, home price growth quarter-over-quarter has held steady at 0.8 percent with the southern states as a whole keeping pace, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that prices are rising too quickly.”Marshall explained that in Clear Capital’s June HDI report, they showed that the Florida metros were experiencing domestic migration growth, which contributed to double-digit year-over-year home price growth, as well as a decline in distressed saturation rates.Overall, the South underwent 0.8 percent quarter-over-quarter growth, the West experienced 1.3 percent growth quarter-over-quarter, the Midwest experienced 0.3 percent quarter-over-quarter growth, and the Northeast saw 0.9 percent quarter-over-quarter growth totaling U.S. growth at 0.8 percent quarter-over-quarter and 5.8 percent year-over-year.The price performance of each MSA is balanced against percent of distressed saturation properties, according to Clear Capital. These serve as a health barometer and baseline for the respective metro areas. The U.S. experienced 11.8 percent distressed saturation. in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News Saying Howdy to Home Price Appreciationcenter_img Home Price Appreciation 2017-08-03 Brianna Gilpin Sharelast_img read more

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterViking Cruises has announced the launch of its newest ocean ship, Viking Jupiter, the 930-guest sister ship to the existing, award-winning fleet will be christened in Oslo on 6 June 2019.Guests wishing to experience this fantastic event can book either the eight-day Viking Shores & Fjords ocean cruise from Bergen to Amsterdam, or the 15-day Rhine + Viking Shores & Fjords from Basel to Bergen, which is a unique-to-Viking cruise combining a river and ocean cruise on one seamless voyage. Both cruises have a 2 June 2019 departure date, which will encompass the christening.“We are delighted to welcome another stunning ship to our fleet,” said Michelle Black, managing director Viking, Australia and New Zealand. “With the launch of Viking Jupiter we will become the world’s largest small-ship ocean cruising line, so she is particularly special to us. Viking christenings are exciting events, so we encourage your clients to book these itineraries soon as spots are filling up fast.”On the eight-day Viking Shores and Fjords itinerary, guests will admire the tranquil old fishing village of Skagen, visit cosmopolitan Oslo, browse the fish market and fortress of Kristiansand, stroll among Stavanger’s remarkably preserved wooden buildings and marvel at the magnificent fjord setting of tiny Flåm. It is priced from $4795 per person including a saving of $1200 per couple if booked by 31 March 2018.The 15-day combination cruise Rhine + Viking Shores & Fjords will tour highlights of the legendary Rhine River including cultured Basel, Germany’s storied Black Forest and France’s multicultural Strasbourg, before discovering Nordic wonders by sea including Norway’s dramatic fjord landscapes and thriving Stavanger. It is priced from $9790 per person including a saving of $1400 per couple plus flights to Europe for $995 per person, if booked by 30 April 2018.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more

first_img BERLIN — An American art museum is demanding that a German far-right party stop using one of its paintings, portraying a 19th-century slave auction, in a campaign poster for the European elections.“We are strongly opposed to the use of this work to advance any political agenda,” Olivier Meslay, the director of the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts, told The Associated Press. “We did not supply the painting to the AfD,” he said, using the acronym for the party Alternative for Germany.The 1866 oil-on-canvas painting “Slave Market,” by Jean-Leon Gerome, shows a black, apparently Muslim slave trader displaying a naked young woman with much lighter skin to a group of men for examination.The AfD’s Berlin branch said they put up 30 posters of the painting across the German capital with the slogan: “So that Europe won’t become Eurabia.”The party, known for its anti-Muslim stance, said it won’t take down any of the posters.Meslay said the museum had written to the party “insisting that they cease and desist in using this painting.” However, he acknowledged, the painting is in the public domain and “there are no copyrights or permissions that allow us to exert control over how it is used other than to appeal to civility on the part of the AfD Berlin.”A spokesman for the Berlin branch of the AfD called the museum’s request “a futile attempt to gag the AfD.”“The German public has the right to find out about the truth about the possible consequences of illegal mass immigration,” said Ronald Glaeser. He did not explain further.The AfD and other far-right groups have blamed Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to allow in hundreds of thousands of asylum-seekers from war-torn countries like Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan for multiple social problems.Some far-right supporters argue that migrants are responsible for an increase in serious crimes, especially attacks on women. Last summer they paraded through the eastern town of Chemnitz carrying posters of German women they allege were killed by migrants.Glaeser complained that opponents of the AfD have been continually destroying this and other campaign posters in Berlin and that party workers have had to repeatedly put up new copies, only to see them destroyed again the following night.The AfD was founded in 2013 and elected to Germany’s national parliament for the first time in 2017.Kirsten Grieshaber, The Associated Press US museum condemns use of its art by German far-right party In this Monday, April 29, 2019 photo, an election campaign poster of the German Alternative fuer Deutschland (Alternative for Germany), AfD, party displayed at a road in Berlin, Germany. The poster for the European Parliament elections shows the painting ‘Slave Market’ from 1866 by the french artist Jean-Leon Gerome. The US museum ‘The Clark Art Insitiute’ in Williamstown, MA, owner of the painting, has asked the German far right party AfD not to use the picture any more. Top slogan reads ‘So that Germany does not become an ‘Eurabia’!. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn) by Kirsten Grieshaber, The Associated Press Posted Apr 30, 2019 1:57 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more

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