Robbie Purdon APTN National NewsIf you think all film festivals are basically the same, you haven’t been to Montreal.That’s where the Inuit Film Festival is talking place.It’s anything but ordinary.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – In a story Aug. 20 about the appointment of Lorraine Hariton as Catalyst’s new CEO, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Hariton received her MBA from Harvard Business School in 1977. She received her MBA in 1982.A corrected version of the story is below:Silicon Valley vet to head women’s advocacy group CatalystCatalyst taps Silicon Valley veteran as new CEO in the #MeToo eraBy ALEXANDRA OLSONAssociated PressA former Silicon Valley CEO is taking the helm of a prominent organization dedicated to the promotion of women in the workplace, saying the #MeToo era is a “fantastic time” to champion gender equality.Lorraine Hariton becomes CEO of the group Catalyst at time when sexual misconduct scandals are ensnaring corporate executives, and the departure of PepsiCo’s CEO highlighted the tiny number of women leading Fortune 500 companies.But Hariton, whose appointment was announced Monday, said the #MeToo movement has pushed the spotlight on gender equality like nothing she has seen since she began her career in the late 1970s.“I felt the timing was really fantastic,” Hariton said. “Not only are women in the work place on the front page, there is a major shift in attitude that allows us chart the future of the next generation.”Hariton previously served as the CEO of two tech startups, Beatnik and Apptera. She served in the State Department under President Barack Obama, and most recently as a senior vice-president at the New York Academy of Sciences.Catalyst, a research and advocacy institution based in New York City, was founded in 1962 by the late Felice Schwartz, who became known for a controversial 1989 Harvard Business Review article that proposed flexible career paths for working mothers. Other feminists criticized the piece, which gave rise to the term “Mommy Track,” although Schwartz herself did not use those words.Since then, support has risen for policies designed to encourage both parents to remain in the workforce through policies that allow flexible hours and extended family leave.Hariton, a mother of two, said she encountered a culture of encouraging reasonable working hours when she joined IBM in 1977. That was a big factor in her decision to return to the company after earning her MBA from Harvard Business School in 1982. She noted that IBM and other companies have instituted more formal policies and programs designed to attract female talent.Finding policies that work has been touch-and-go, however. IBM, for example, scaled back its popular remote-work program last year.And only a sliver of leadership posts at Fortune 500 companies, about 5 per cent, are held by women, according to Catalyst.Women are also being left behind in the proliferation of tech startups. Catalyst points to a 2017 study by Babson and Wellsley College that found that 97 per cent of venture capitalist funding goes to companies led by male CEOs.That issue is of special interest to Hariton, who said she raised $50 million in venture capital during her time at Silicon Valley. She said promoting diversity in male-dominated venture capitalist firms needs to be a priority.“The culture in technology is moving so fast that you end up with a young culture that is more like a frat environment, which makes it more difficult for women,” she said.
19 August 2008The Security Council today commended Timor-Leste’s Government and public institutions for their quick and effective response in the wake of the February attempts on the lives of the leaders of the tiny nation that the United Nations helped shepherd to independence in 2002. In a statement read out by Ambassador Jan Grauls of Belgium, which holds the rotating Council presidency this month, the 15-member body lauded the country for the “rapid, firm and responsible manner” respecting constitutional procedures in which they reacted to the attempted assassination.In two separate attacks on 11 February, President José Ramos-Horta sustained serious injuries, while Prime Minister Xanana Gusmão escaped unscathed.But the Council cautioned that in spite of progress in boosting Timor-Leste’s security situation since the violent 2006 clashes, the “political, security, social and humanitarian situation in the country remains fragile.”The statement also stressed the need to continue taking action to achieve justice and accountability and emphasized the need to put into practice the recommendations made by a UN panel set up to examine the 2006 clashes.The Council “welcomes the conviction of the leaders of Timor-Leste on the need for justice and their determination to act against impunity,” and underlined the importance of promoting and protecting human rights.Addressing today’s meeting, Atul Khare, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative, said that there have been concerns about possible abuses committed by armed forces following the February attacks.“The Government has been responsive when those concerns were raised,” he said. “However, it is not clear how effectively Government concerns are being institutionalized and articulated farther down the ranks.”Mr. Khare, who also heads the UN Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT), noted that an effective judiciary is key to ensure that culture of impunity does not become entrenched. He expressed his delight that a training course for judicial officers – third so far – began on 29 July.
22 October 2009Ensuring that developing countries can access cleaner energy-producing technologies to meet their development needs without increasing pollution will be crucial in the global fight against climate change, a top United Nations official stressed today. Addressing a high-level meeting in New Delhi on climate change and technology transfer, Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs Sha Zukang noted that innovation in low-emissions technology still takes place largely in the developed countries. “But climate change demands urgent action and rapid, wide diffusion,” he told the gathering, which comes with just over a month left to go before countries meet in Copenhagen to ‘seal the deal’ on a new pact to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. “The world cannot afford to wait for these technologies to follow the usual path of gradual diffusion, from rich to middle-income to poor countries,” said Mr. Sha. “Global climate policy will succeed – or fail – depending on whether it brings low-emissions technologies and technologies for adaptation within the reach of poor countries, and poor communities, without further delay.”Technology transfer to developing countries – without which they will be forced to rely on older and less climate-friendly technologies – has been a pivotal issue in the climate negotiations.Having contributed the least to climate change, developing countries are the most vulnerable to its impacts, noted the Under-Secretary-General. Yet, failure to address the challenge would be disastrous for the whole planet.Therefore, he called for the “full arsenal of climate-friendly technologies” to be mobilized for the fight against climate change. In addition, financial support needs to be scaled up so that developing countries, particularly the most vulnerable, can acquire and develop technologies for adaptation.“The sooner countries are able to shift onto low-emissions paths and to strengthen their resilience to climate change’s impacts, the better the prognosis for humanity and the planet,” he stated. “We have a responsibility to find ways to make that happen.”Mr. Sha added that the New Delhi meeting can send a clear message to Copenhagen that there is a way forward on technology cooperation and technology sharing, one that will enable the international community to tackle both climate change and poverty, to promote development and save the planet.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Strong refining profit at Chevron eases pain of weaker 2Q; stock price rises by News Staff Posted Jul 27, 2012 3:29 pm MDT NEW YORK, N.Y. – A soaring profit at Chevron’s refineries eased some of the pain of a weaker second quarter.The oil giant said Friday net income fell nearly 7 per cent to $7.21 billion, or $3.66 per share. But the results beat expectations thanks to a strong performance from its refinery business.The company’s stock price rose $1.18, or just over 1 per cent, to $109.04 in afternoon trading.Like its peers, the oil giant is struggling to find and replace its sources of petroleum. The world’s slowing economy has also pushed down prices for the crude it sells.But the lower prices had benefits. Profits at Chevron’s refining and marketing business rose 80 per cent. Its refineries paid less for oil while selling gasoline at higher prices on the U.S. West Coast. Pump prices there remained well above the national average last quarter because of supply problems in the region. The business also sold about $200 million in assets, including its stake in a South Korean energy business.“They’ve done a good job of cutting dead weight from their portfolio,” Morningstar Inc. analyst Allen Good said. “Their refining business, especially in California, was especially strong.”But the help that lower oil prices gave Chevron’s refineries hurt its other business â€” finding and selling crude and natural gas.Earnings from its exploration and production business fell 18 per cent to $5.62 billion. Chevron, the second-largest U.S. petroleum company behind Exxon Mobil, sold oil for lower prices in the U.S. and overseas. Natural gas fetched only half as much in the U.S. as it did a year earlier. Production from its global network of oil and natural gas wells declined 2.6 per cent.Profits also fell in the second quarter for Royal Dutch Shell, Occidental Petroleum Corp. and ConocoPhillips. Exxon Mobil profits rose, but that was due to a big one-time gain from the sale of Japanese assets. BP reports its second-quarter financial results next week.
The first in a series of events meant to increase intercultural competency on campus is taking place next week.Launched by Brock International Services, Culture Café will start on Wednesday, May 30 and continue throughout the summer.The series aims to boost intercultural awareness among students to help them understand and embrace the positive impact that different races, languages and cultures have in an increasingly diverse society.For a growing number of employers, intercultural competency and awareness is seen as a top skill for new hires. However, many prospective workers overestimate their ability to work effectively with people who are culturally different from them.To help develop this skill, bridge differences and foster a culture of inclusion and respect on campus, Brock International Services created a new role earlier this year.Since beginning in the new position in February, Intercultural Communications Co-ordinator Trecia McLennon has been working to create a program plan for students to broaden their horizons.The Culture Café series will be the first related initiative. The inaugural event takes place Wednesday, May 30 from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in the International Centre Global Commons (IC104), with subsequent sessions planned for the same location and time June 27, July 25 and Aug. 25.While enjoying a variety of provided treats, participants will engage in dialogue and activities designed to set students up for success on campus and at work. Over the course of the summer, students can expect to break down stereotypes, learn about their own identity, role play, design cultural fusion recipes, build relationships and ask/answer questions about culture and diversity in the workplace.“The event is a great way to make new friends from different cultures and engage in cultural skill building right here on campus,” McLennon said. “Our objective is for students to come away with a better understanding of themselves and others,” she said. “My hope is that this will provide a great foundation for cross-cultural friendship.”By attending Culture Café, students also have the opportunity to earn one lecture credit towards Brock University’s International Plus certificate.More details on the event can be found on the ExperienceBU website. Any questions can be directed to McLennon at x6211 or by email at email@example.com.
Now that you’ve finished sleeping off that turkey coma, it’s time to participate in that most truly American of activities: buying lots of stuff that you can’t possibly afford. Apple is almost certain to have some amazing sales numbers this holiday, thanks in no small part to 2010’s runaway success of the iPad, which has made its way to the top of countless shopping shopping lists.As is its tradition, the company is marking Black Friday with that rarest of things: a genuine discount on Apple products. Apple has done a pretty good job keeping quiet about the deals thus far. The company sent out a teaser to customers, but otherwise kept quiet.The Black Friday discounts are in place, and it looks like a pretty solid spread, with deals on iPads, iMacs, iPods, Macbooks,software, and accessories galore. Check out some of the better deals after the jump.iPad with Wi-Fi 16GB $458 (Down from $499) iMac 21.5-inch: 3.06GHz $1,098 (Down from $1,199)MacBook Air 13-inch : 128GB $1,198 (Down from $1,299)MacBook Pro 13-inch: 2.4GHz $1,098.00 (Down from $1,199)iPod touch 64GB $358 (Down from $399)iPod nano 16GB $158 (Down from $179)Apple iPad Keyboard Dock $58 (Down from $69.99)Apple Time Capsule 1TB $278 (Down from $299)Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox $348 (Down from $399)Roxio Toast 10 Titanium $68 (Down from $99)
Share Tweet Email1 Friday 20 Jan 2017, 9:30 PM Security guard stabbed in Dublin shopping centre attack The Boots employee was brought to the Mater Hospital for his injuries. Image: Google Maps 25 Comments Image: Google Maps http://jrnl.ie/3197877 By Garreth MacNamee 50,420 Views A SECURITY MAN at a shopping centre in Dublin was stabbed this afternoon trying to stop a group from shoplifting.The man was at work in the Boots at the Omni shopping centre in Santry, north Dublin, when the incident unfolded at lunchtime.The security guard was brought to hospital for his injuries, which are not believed to be life-threatening.Gardaí in Santry are investigating the incident and are reviewing CCTV footage.A spokesman said: “The incident occurred at around 2.30pm. Three persons entered the premises and stole a number of items. There was one female and two males involved. A man in his 20s was brought to the Mater Hospital with apparent stab wounds. There have been no arrests and gardaí are appealing for witnesses.”Read: Massive drugs seizure: Gardaí and customs net cannabis worth €37.5 million >Read: Obama defintely beat Trump in the battle of the crowd sizes > Jan 20th 2017, 9:30 PM Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
HTC Legend : le nouveau smartphone SFR disponible aujourd’huiFrance – Après le célèbre Hero, voici le Legend. Disponible dès aujourd’hui à partir de 29 euros, ce smartphone signé HTC devrait combler les attentes de nombreux impatients.Fruit d’une alliance entre HTC et SFR, le smartphone HTC Legend est disponible dès aujourd’hui dans la boutique en ligne de l’opérateur. Ses caractéristiques techniques sont à l’image des smartphones : à la pointe de la technologie.De nombreuses options, une apparence moderne et stylisée, cet appareil fonctionnel répond bel et bien à la demande du marché. Vendu à partir de 29 euros, le HTC Legend est disponible avec toutes les offres SFR mobile. Fonctionnant sous Eclair, la dernière version du système d’exploitation Androïd, le HTC Legend sera accessible dès le 30 mars dans l’ensemble des boutiques SFR.Le 16 mars 2010 à 13:05 • Emmanuel Perrin
Sandra Cruz knew something wasn’t right, but she never suspected cancer.The 36-year-old Vancouver woman went to Sea Mar Community Health Center after several days of diarrhea. Cruz — a single mom working to support herself and her 11-year-old son — didn’t have health insurance, so she paid for the doctor’s appointment out of pocket.When doctors referred her for an ultrasound, then a colonoscopy, Cruz set up payment plans to ease the financial burden. But when the tests revealed she had colon cancer, Cruz knew she couldn’t afford to pay for her medical care anymore.That’s when Project Access stepped in.Project Access is a program started in 2007 at the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington that connects low-income, uninsured Clark County residents with a coordinated system of specialty care and oral health services. In 2012, the program facilitated more than $5.8 million worth of care.The services are donated by local providers, clinics and hospitals; grant money helps cover the administrative costs of the program. As of June, 272 specialty physicians and 21 dentists in Clark County were participating in the program.“There wouldn’t be a Project Access if there wasn’t the support of the community,” said Kim Wolfe, Project Access program manager.Patients are referred to the program by providers at the free clinic or other safety net clinics, such as Sea Mar, Battle Ground Healthcare and New Heights Clinic. From July 2015 to June 2016, providers referred 855 patients to the program.
LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) — Surveillance video shows a naked man driving away from a Florida storage center in a stolen pickup truck loaded with a large, black and white checkered swan.Now deputies are looking for the swan was stolen last weekend. In a Facebook posting Thursday, Polk County Sheriff’s officials said they know “it’s got to be hard to hide one of these,” adding, “Someone has seen it.”Investigators say they’ve found the truck that was reported stolen in a nearby county, but they still don’t know why the man was naked as he apparently tried to break into Lakeland Cold Storage.The video shows the man holding a white bucket in front of his body as he tries to open doors at the storage center in Lakeland, which is between Orlando and Tampa.
Dozens of people attended Tuesday’s heated public hearing on the potential relocation of Vancouver’s day center for homeless people. Many residents, business owners and property owners oppose the idea while others, including service providers and formerly homeless people, support it.The city looks to purchase the 26,578-square-foot former state Fish and Wildlife building in central Vancouver for $4.3 million and use part of it for laundry facilities, storage, showers, restrooms and other services.“We’re really looking at this location to solve a problem,” said Peggy Sheehan, the city’s community development program manager.She was among a group of proponents that presented arguments for why Hearing Examiner Sharon Rice should approve the project.Rice presides over city land use hearings and will decide whether the city can relocate the day center to 2018 Grand Blvd. Rice is an attorney, not a city employee, and is seen as an impartial decision-maker. After her decision, which she has until Jan. 4 to make, the Vancouver City Council will then decide whether to purchase the property.Andy Silver, executive director of Council for the Homeless, spoke about why 2018 Grand Blvd. should become an “access point” for services, which he said would decrease homelessness — not increase homelessness and problems in the neighborhood. He said the ZIP code that it’s located in, 98661, already has the second-highest concentration of homelessness after 98660.Many people testifying at Tuesday’s hearing oppose the proposed day center.Richard Baranzano, who owns Fourth Plain Plaza shopping center, said the entire hearing was prejudiced because the city is already setting aside money to purchase the site. He added that the city’s findings disregard single-family homes near the building, as well as GATE, a program for young adults with development disabilities that’s located nearby.
Police say the suspect was convicted of using a bat to rob the same Speedway store in 2005.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. (WSVN) – An Ohio man who attempted to rob a gas station got more than he bargained for after he was knocked out by a single punch from the cashier.According to police, the incident took place Monday morning.Officials said the suspect, who was armed with a box-cutter, initially pretended he was going to buy something.“The allegations are that the defendant went into a Speedway gas station, brandished a box cutter and stated, ‘We can do this the easy way, or the hard way,’” said Dave Wood of the Hamilton County Prosecutor’s Office. “The cashier, luckily, was able to defend himself and incapacitate the defendant until police showed up.”According to Fox News, the cashier was able to knock the robber out with a single, powerful punch.“He’s still in here. I had to knock him out. You need to get a trooper here now, because he’s in here. He’s in here all [expletive] up,” the cashier said when he called police. “He tried to jump over the counter, and he had a blade in his hands. I’ve got the blade in my hand right now.”The suspect is now on crutches and has a badly bruised left eye.
Louisiana Tech got drilled, 57-21, by Mississippi State last night, but in the process of getting drilled, they produced an all-time great college football folly.In the fourth quarter, Tech was marching for a late, meaningless score, and had a 2nd and goal from the 6. A bad snap resulted in a blooper filled recovery effort, and by the time Tech finally fell on the rock, they faced a 3rd and goal from their own 7 with 93 yards to pay dirt.Shockingly, they were unable to convert.wut pic.twitter.com/aqYyF5DQZN— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) September 10, 2017 Advertisement
OTM is a specialised tourism centric show where it concentrates on the travel and tourism industry as a whole. Looking at the OTM exhibition and the importance of the show, we participated in the exhibition last year as well. We look forward to participate in OTM’s future edition, where we will continue to showcase the tourism products and potential of the UAE.
Share Increasing the affordability of housing will be key to ensuring healthy, sustained growth of the industry according to the latest quarterly report released by the National Association of Realtors (NAR).The report, which looks at metropolitan median area prices and affordability for Q4 2018 indicated that while inventory increased and metro market prices rose at a slower pace during the period total existing home sales decreased 1.8 percent to a seasonally adjusted 5.18 million in Q4 down from 5.2 million in Q3 2018. On a year over year basis, home sales fell 7.4 percent from 5.59 million during the same period in 2017.Home prices for single-family homes increased in 92 percent of NAR’s measured markets in Q4 with 163 of the 178 metros showing sales price gains in the fourth quarter compared to a year ago. However, the report indicated 14 metro areas experiencing double-digit increases, down from 18 in the third quarter.“Home prices continued to rise in the vast majority of markets but with inventory steadily increasing, home prices are, on average, rising at a slower and healthier pace,” said Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist at NAR.The inventory also increased during the quarter with 1.55 million existing homes available for sale compared with 1.46 million at the end of Q4 2017, showing an increase of 6.2 percent. The average supply during the quarter was four months, up from 3.5 months during the same period in 2017.Despite these increases, Yun said that housing affordability would be the “key to sustained healthy growth in the housing market” in the near- to long-term. “Housing starts fell far short of historically normal levels, with only 9.6 million new housing units added in the past decade; compared to 15 to 16 million that would have been needed to meet our growing population and 20 million new job additions,” Yun said.Looking at the most and least expensive housing markets of the quarter, the report indicated that four of the five most expensive markets were in California with median existing single-family price ranging from $1.2 million to $626,000. The only non-California market on this list was Urban Honolulu, Hawaii, where median home prices stood at $812,900.The five cheapest housing markets were Decatur, Illinois, $89,300; Youngstown-Warren-Boardman, Ohio, $97,200; Cumberland, Maryland, $109,100; Elmira, New York, $111,400; and Erie, Pennsylvania, $113,300.Click here to read the full report. Construction Starts Home Prices Home Sales homes HOUSING Housing Market Inventory NAR 2019-02-12 Radhika Ojha in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News February 12, 2019 1,616 Views The Key to Sustained Housing Growth
The Arizona Cardinals are worth a lot of money.But in NFL terms, their value is actually near the bottom of the list.According to Forbes, the Cardinals’ team value sits at $1 billion.With a 2013 revenue of $266 million and an operating income of $43 million, the team is fairly profitable.The report notes the St. Louis Rams are the least-valuable team in football, valued at a paltry $930 million. The Dallas Cowboys, who top the list, are valued at $3.2 billion. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Comments Share
A woman who lost consciousness while swimming in the sea in the Kato Paphos area was rescued by a policeman who jumped into the sea fully clothed on Tuesday afternoon.Passers-by spotted the woman, 42, floating in the sea at around 4pm and alerted a police officer who was on patrol in the area.After the officer jumped into the sea and rescued her she received first aid with the help of a lifeguard.An ambulance took her to Paphos hospital where she was diagnosed with a head wound, treated and discharged. You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoYahoo SearchResearch Compact SUVs. New SUVs May Make You Want To Trade Yours In Today – See For Yourself!Yahoo SearchUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementCardiologist: This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Eat GlutenGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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