Tuesday 25 January 2011 7:23 pm CITY MOVES | WHO’S SWITCHING JOBS RSM TenonThe seventh largest accountancy firm has named accountant Peter Musgrave as head of its enlarged London office. RSM Tenon has brought together teams from four offices into the central London location in Chiltern Street in the West End and created a 450 strong team covering all the Group’s services. Peter previously ran the RSM Tenon’s Wigmore Street office and now heads the largest office within the group, dedicated to the London market.Moelis & CompanyMoelis & Company has appointed Alexandra Oldroyd to the firm as a managing director based in London. She will advise clients in the consumer industry with a particular focus on the food and beverage sector, working closely alongside Benoit Renon, managing director in the firm’s European consumer practice. Oldroyd joins from Barclays Capital where she was a managing director and pan-European beverages analyst. AFMThe Association of Financial Mutuals [AFM] has hired John Reeve, chief executive of Family Investments, as its new Chairman. Reeve takes over from Mike Yardley, who stepped down as chief executive of Royal London last year. Reeve has been chief executive of Family Investments, the leading provider of the Child Trust Fund and affordable tax-exempt savings plans especially for children, since 1992. The AFM is a trade body that represents 57 mutual insurers, friendly societies and other financial mutuals in the UK and is tasked with enhancing the importance and value of mutuals within the UK’s financial service sector.World FirstSir David Clementi, former deputy governor of the Bank of England, Sir David Clementi, is to become chairman of the board of directors of foreign exchange brokers, World First. He has been senior advisor to the company since 2006. Clementi is currently chairman of Kings Cross Central and a director of The Royal Opera House. He was previously chairman of Prudential and was deputy governor of the Bank of England from 1997 to 2002. He has also been chief executive of Kleinwort Benson.Jones Lang LaSalleJones Lang LaSalle has appointed Robert Mayhew as regional director in its valuation advisory team in London. Robert is relocating from Jones Lang LaSalle Russia and CIS where he has been the head of strategic consulting and valuation since late 2006. Show Comments ▼ by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeTotal PastThe Ingenious Reason There Are No Mosquitoes At Disney WorldTotal PastMisterStoryWoman Files For Divorce After Seeing This Photo – Can You See Why?MisterStorySerendipity TimesInside Coco Chanel’s Eerily Abandoned Mansion Frozen In TimeSerendipity TimesBrake For ItThe Most Worthless Cars Ever MadeBrake For ItBetterBe20 Stunning Female AthletesBetterBeDefinitionDesi Arnaz Kept This Hidden Throughout The Filming of ‘I Love Lucy’DefinitionTaonga: The Island FarmThe Most Relaxing Farm Game of 2021. No InstallTaonga: The Island FarmLuxury SUVs | Search AdsThese Cars Are So Loaded It’s Hard to Believe They’re So CheapLuxury SUVs | Search Adsthedelite.comNetflix Cancellations And Renewals: The Full List For 2021thedelite.com KCS-content Share whatsapp whatsapp Tags: NULL
France Galop, the governing body for the country’s flat and steeplechase racing sector, says that while proceeds from betting on racing will be down year-on-year, it has been encouraged by growth in the sector from June onwards.This growth, it noted, had prompted horse race betting operator Pari-Mutuel Urbain (PMU), which France Galop co-owns alongside harness racing organiser Le Trot, to raise its full-year profit forecasts.As of 16 August, France Galop said, stakes were down almost €1bn (£902.6m/$1.18bn) from 2019 – a decline of around 22% – with gross gaming revenue €335m behind the prior year. This was down to the suspension of French racing, which shut down from 17 March, and did not resume until 11 May as a result of novel coronavirus (Covid-19).However, from 1 June, the sector had enjoyed something of a turnaround. For every week since, staking surpassed 2019 levels, and beat forecasts set by PMU in April.As a result the operator has raised its projected net profit for 2020 to €640m. While this is €120m behind its pre-pandemic forecasts for the year, it represents an €182m improvement from its updated projections from April.In related news, France Galop will look at raising the prizes and bonuses to be distributed to owners, trainers, breeders and regional racetracks. With many struggling financially as a result of the Covid-19 disruption, there are plans underway to increase the €187m set to be distributed to the sector.This sum represents a 27% decline on the prizes and bonuses distributed in 2019, but is also €6m above the pool set aside for this purpose by France Galop prior to the resumption of racing.While the France Galop board unanimously agreed to look at making more money available, this will only be done retrospectively and subject to a number of conditions. First, PMU will have to present a budget for 2021 that allows distributions to return to 2019 levels of €256m, while still remaining in the black.France Galop, meanwhile, must be able to turn a profit for 2020, which in turn means that PMU must achieve its revised profit target of €640m.The decision to raise money retrospectively was down to the “extremely volatile” nature of horse racing betting activity amid the ongoing pandemic, the governing body explained.“Revenue forecasts remain very fragile as long as the virus is actively circulating, which has prompted directors to be cautious,” France Galop said. “Indeed, the slightest disruption of activity can very quickly result in a loss of several millions.”The board will also look to provide tailored support for regional racetrack operators, looking to tackle the specific issues they face, which will be coordinated by the racecourse association Fédération Nationale des Courses Hippiques. This body will meet on 15 October to discuss actions to be taken. Finance France Galop cautiously optimistic of racing’s recovery France Galop, the governing body for the country’s flat and steeplechase racing sector, says that while proceeds from betting on racing will be down year-on-year, it has been encouraged by growth in the sector from June onwards. This growth, it noted, had prompted horse race betting operator Pari-Mutuel Urbain (PMU) to raise its full-year profit forecasts. 25th August 2020 | By contenteditor Regions: Europe Western Europe France Topics: Finance Sports betting Horse racing Tags: OTB and Betting Shops Race Track and Racino Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address
Go Life International Limited (GOLI.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2019 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Go Life International Limited (GOLI.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Go Life International Limited (GOLI.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Go Life International Limited (GOLI.mu) 2019 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileGo Life International Limited is a multi-faceted healthcare company that offers products serving market needs in pharmaceuticals, generics, nutraceuticals, and medical consumables through to high end sophisticated hospital equipment. Go Life International Limited has a primary listing on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius and a secondary listing on the AltX of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange
See all posts by Jonathan Smith “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. I find that the Stocks and Shares ISA deadline always comes around super quickly. At the start of the year, I think that it’s ages away. Then all of a sudden we’re in the middle of March, getting ready for Q2 and the ISA deadline.I’ve got plenty of my allocation left for this current ISA year, so I won’t be able to fill it all before the deadline. 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The copper price is up over 60% over five years. Aside from this is the high profit margin from mining. The 2020 results shows an impressive EBITDA margin of 43%. It has also gained over the past couple of years thanks to the larger shift towards appealing to ESG investors. Anglo American’s commitment to a 30% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 is positive. The “Social Way” project of a fairer way to do business is also encouraging.I my opinion, the potential risk of adding Anglo American to my Stocks and Shares ISA comes from reputational issues. Late last year a lawsuit was filed in Zambia relating to alleged mass lead poisoning from the mines. Another issue is the constant health and safety risk, such as casualties from working in the mines.An income stock for my Stocks and Shares ISAThe second company I’d look to add for my Stocks and Shares ISA is SSE (LSE:SSE). The well-known energy company services a lot of the UK and has done for several decades. I think SSE shares are a good addition to my ISA for income generation. I’m not ruling out capital growth as well, but the stock has provided a dividend yield of above 5% for the past 10 years.The company operates in a competitive environment, but at the same time is one of only a handful of energy businesses dominating the market. As such, I don’t see SSE losing a lot of ground to new entrants due to the economies of scale. On the other hand, I don’t see the business growing exponentially in coming years either.SSE knows a lot of focus is on the dividend, and in the most recent trading update addressed this in just the second paragraph! This shows to me that it’s a priority for a lot of shareholders to know about the proposed dividend per share.One concern I have with energy companies like SSE is the impact of regulations with the likes of Ofgem. Last September, SSE was fined £2m for failing to publish needed documentation. 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Dylan HartleyPaul Diggin TAGS: Northampton Saints Joe Ansbro training with Northampton SaintsReward comes to those who wait, as Scotland’s first black international player is proving. Three seasons of battling for selection at club level and a desire to impress Scotland’s coaches have finally paid off for Joe Ansbro. The Northampton centre won his first cap against South Africa last month and found his patience and persistence rewarded as his team achieved a 21-17 victory – only their second defeat of the Boks in 12 meetings in the pro era.Ansbro joined Northampton in 2007, fresh from Cambridge University, but hasn’t established himself as a regular starter for his club. However, he registered on Scotland’s radar and was picked for Scotland A during 2008-09, but opted out because he’d just returned from injury and Northampton wanted him to stay put. He did make his Scotland A debut at the Nations Cup in 2009, helping the Scots to triumph, but a niggling knee injury restricted his game time and stopped him from kicking on from that breakthrough last season. “I found myself watching more club games than I played,” Ansbro explains. “Then Scotland asked me to play for the A team again but I had just got back into the Northampton team and made the difficult decision to try to get a run of games with them and miss another chance for Scotland A.”With his knee fixed, this season Ansbro has been challenging Jon Clarke and James Downey for selection at the Saints and has played almost every match, whether starting or off the bench.Scotland coach Andy Robinson responded by naming Ansbro in his 34-man squad for the autumn Tests. He wasn’t picked for the first match, a 49-3 trouncing by New Zealand, and was preparing to play for Scotland A against the USA at Netherdale the following week when he was called up to replace the injured Max Evans at 13 for the Test against South Africa. “Initially I was a little bit shocked,” Ansbro says. “I was thinking of playing a big game for Scotland A and putting my hand up for selection against Samoa. To get straight in – well, my heart was going.”In the ensuing 36 hours he managed to buy a dozen match tickets to add to his player’s allocation, as his parents, five brothers and sisters, his girlfriend and her family all wanted to be at Murrayfield. Rainy weather didn’t manage to spoil Ansbro’s big day and Scotland secured a famous win which lifted them to an all-time high of sixth in the IRB world rankings. “I absolutely loved it!” laughs Ansbro. “I was pleased with how it went and I got really positive feedback from the coaches. There are always things to work on but it’s a good foundation.” Scotland showed great mental fortitude to put their beating by the All Blacks aside, but Ansbro wasn’t surprised. “We had trained hard and we were fully focused and well prepared. I realised we were going to perform in a ruthless manner. We played a lot smarter than the week before.”Ansbro is the first black player to play for Scotland but his colour has never been a factor in his rugby career. “It didn’t influence me. I’ve just been someone with ambitions of playing at the highest level. I would love to be a good role model but just as a rugby player representing his country.” Ansbro’s rugby journey began at the age of six when he joined his elder brother Alastair at Stewartry Sharks rugby club. “Our parents were keen for us all to play sport. We would always be outside and you were never short of someone to play with in my family!” Just before his eighth birthday, Ansbro headed south to Lancashire to go to boarding school at St Mary’s Hall and then on to Stonyhurst College. Other former pupils there include Will Greenwood and Iain Balshaw, and the rugby culture soon rubbed off. Ansbro played for Lancashire Schools but didn’t get through the England U16s trial. Knowing he was from Glasgow, the England coaches asked if he planned to try out for Scotland at U18s level instead, but Ansbro says: “After that, pride made me come back and have a go at England U18s and I got in!” After school Ansbro put his professional rugby ambitions on hold in favour of reading natural sciences at Cambridge. “The chance of going to Cambridge was something I was never going to turn down. I had worked very hard to get there. Luckily I got a chance to do the rugby afterwards,” he says.Now that his talent has taken him to the highest level, his next target has to be his Six Nations debut. Scotland host Wales, Ireland and Italy in 2011 and have the potential to win all three and pose a threat in Paris and London too. Ansbro is certainly optimistic. “Providing we prepare well and play smart rugby then the quality is certainly there for us to beat anyone. ”But having fought so hard to get his first Scotland caps – he was retained for the win against Samoa in Aberdeen – Ansbro isn’t looking ahead to the Six Nations, never mind the World Cup.“Now I’m just trying to get back into the Northampton team. That’s what helped me get involved with Scotland in the first place.”Learn more about Joe’s teammates at Northampton… LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS
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Chris Garcia is a senior film and journalism double major from Midland, Texas. When he’s not working on student media’s newest podcasts, he can be found watching the latest releases at the closest theater. Sizzle Reel (Ep. 23 – Star Wars Celebration, DC Rumors and more) Facebook TCU VGP Video Finale (Ep. 25 – Call of Duty WWII, Cluster Trucks and more) print“John Wick: Chapter 2” Review from TCU Student Media on Vimeo.Released two years after the original sleeper hit, “John Wick: Chapter 2” sets the bar for action sequels by adding more fights, better world-building and a stylish visual flair. The film follows the titular character (Keanu Reeves) as he gets pulled back into the criminal underground and sent on another quest for revenge.This image released by Lionsgate shows Keanu Reeves in a scene from, “John Wick: Chapter 2.” (Niko Tavernise/Lionsgate via AP)Picking up immediately after the first film, “Wick” starts off strongly by quickly re-introducing key elements and characters before breaking off into its own story. The plot, while relatively straightforward, is done well and feels concise thanks to the fast-paced action. Moments that would seem slower or cause the pace to drag are used for brief, but interesting, exposition that helps build the world of the film and make everything seem more believable. Unfortunately, the weakest part of the plot revolves around Wick’s reasoning for jumping back into the fray, which seems a bit more forced this time around.This can be overlooked, however, as it means spending more time with the stoic assassin. Reeves does a great job as Wick, relying more on facial expression and body language over dialogue. The few words that are said, however, are delivered in a way that works well for the tone of the film and makes Wick feel like a true action hero.Common and Ruby Rose also perform strongly in their roles, serving as excellent foils to Reeves’ character. Rose brings a sense of humor and playfulness as the mute Ares, relying solely on sign language to deliver her lines, while Common is an intimidating presence as the bodyguard Cassian. Riccardo Scamarcio rounds out the cast as the antagonistic Santino, balancing smugness with sophistication.While the characters are memorable, the weakest part of “Wick” is in their development. The film adds more backstory which helps to build Wick’s legacy, but much of his growth is a retread of the first movie. The other characters, including Ares and Cassian, are pretty one-note and serve more as obstacles for Wick to overcome during his journey.The journey itself is filled with eye-catching visuals as large set pieces help craft the atmosphere of the film. The action is easy to watch thanks to the clean editing, and pops of color add a nice flair to the overall style. All of these things combined make “Wick” a must-see for fans of action and those that enjoyed the first movie will find even more to love. Newer audiences should also be able to jump straight in, though watching the first is highly recommended. While the violence may be a detractor for some, the film is an outstanding example of a sequel done right.Verdict:An incredible ride from start to finish, “John Wick: Chapter 2” hits the mark by doubling down on what works and shooting for a higher standard of quality.8.5/10 ReddIt Chris Garcia Chris Garciahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/chris-garcia/ ReddIt TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history TCU VGP (Ep. 24 – Battlefront Details, Telltale’s Guardians and more) Chris Garciahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/chris-garcia/ Sizzle Reel Finale (Ep. 24 – Teen Titans, Star Trek: Discovery and more) This image released by Lionsgate shows Keanu Reeves in a scene from, “John Wick: Chapter 2.” (Niko Tavernise/Lionsgate via AP) Facebook Chris Garciahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/chris-garcia/ Twitter Linkedin Linkedin Chris Garciahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/chris-garcia/ + posts Previous articleBoxing club gives new meaning to “tough love”Next article“The Lego Batman Movie” is built for family fun Chris Garcia RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Twitter Welcome TCU Class of 2025
June 3, 2021 Find out more It was with sadness and concern that Reporters Without Borders learned on July 6, 2005 that Judith Miller of The New York Times, and Matthew Cooper of Time magazine, had been remanded into custody. The two journalists were given an 18-month prison term for refusing to reveal their sources. “It is a dark day for freedom of the press in the United States and around the world. This unprecedented sentence against two journalists who were merely exercising their professional prerogative is a serious violation of international law, a dangerous precedent, and the United states has sent a very bad signal to the rest of the world. As a member of the Organization of American States, the United States has a duty to comply with the texts adopted by the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights, whose Declaration of Principles on Freedom of Expression clearly stipulates that every journalist has “the right to keep his/her source of information, notes, personal and professional archives confidential” (Article 8),” Reporters Without Borders stated.Judith Miller and Matthew Cooper had been sentenced to an 18-month jail term twice before by a federal appeals court for “contempt of court” because of their refusal to reveal their sources in the Valerie Plame case involving the name of the CIA operative whose identity had been revealed in the press in 2003. On June 27, the Supreme Court had rejected their appeal-their last chance to avoid the sentence. On June 29, Federal Judge Thomas F. Hogan had granted the two journalists a one-week delay to provide the names of their informers. Time magazine had immediately submitted to the court all of the documents, notes and information gathered by Matthew Cooper-over the latter’s objections-while he was investigating the Plame case. However, Federal Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald found the proposal insufficient, and during a hearing on July 5, demanded that the journalists themselves disclose their sources.At that same hearing, the prosecutor also rejected the request made by The New York Times and Time to substitute a house arrest for a jail sentence. From December 9, 2004 to April 9, 2005, Jim Taricani of the television station WJAR-TV (an NBC affiliated) had been confined in his home on the same grounds and prohibited from granting any interviews or using the Internet. On July 6, the American judiciary placed into custody Judith Miller and Matthew Cooper (photo), who were sentenced to prison for having protected their sources. Reporters With Borders deeply regrets this “dark day for freedom of the press,” when the United States sent a “very bad signal” to other countries around the world. June 7, 2021 Find out more News Organisation Facebook’s Oversight Board is just a stopgap, regulation urgently needed, RSF says July 7, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Prison for Judith Miller et Matthew Cooper : A dark day for freedom of the press News to go further News RSF_en Receive email alerts NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say Follow the news on United States News Help by sharing this information United StatesAmericas United StatesAmericas WhatsApp blocks accounts of at least seven Gaza Strip journalists April 28, 2021 Find out more
Facebook Pinterest ZoomInfo Launches ‘Targeted Audiences’ to Optimize Advertising Campaign Precision and Performance Local NewsBusiness Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleKey Risk Expands Focus on Human ServicesNext articleCommonwealth Eyes Future Growth with Key Additions to Technology, Information Security Leadership Teams Digital AIM Web Support WhatsApp VANCOUVER, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– ZoomInfo (NASDAQ: ZI), a global leader in go-to-market intelligence solutions, today announced the launch of Targeted Audiences, a new product that gives digital agencies and marketers the ability to target their ideal customers with unprecedented accuracy. Marking its expansion deeper into the marketing and advertising space, ZoomInfo’s industry-leading B2B data allows advertisers to leverage professional contact and company information to create campaigns with unmatched precision and enhanced performance. Digital agencies and marketers typically face challenges in collecting high-quality, complete B2B audience data. Most widely available contact information for companies and their employees is either inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, which means many digital agencies and marketers deliver their messages to the wrong people altogether. Targeted Audiences provides persona-based demographic inputs such as department and management level. It also offers in-depth B2B insights, including firmographic information about companies such as revenue, employee size, headcount growth, and industry. These new audience filters enable marketers to deliver their messages to the right people at the right time. With Targeted Audiences, marketers can now tap into persona and individual contributor data to identify audience segments that they would not have been able to create previously. For example, colleges and universities can pinpoint individual contributors and managers who work at companies that offer tuition reimbursement. Luxury brands that want to connect with C-suite executives at companies with more than 100 employees can reach their target market with precision. For the first time ever, financial advisory firms can target ads to all director-level employees at companies that recently went public. “Targeted Audiences allows marketers to build strategic campaigns based on contact and company information and creates new levels of granularity in B2B audience data that have never before existed on the market,” said Henry Schuck, ZoomInfo Founder and CEO. For more information, please visit the ZoomInfo Targeted Audiences page. About ZoomInfo ZoomInfo (NASDAQ: ZI) is a Go-To-Market Intelligence Solution for more than 15,000 companies worldwide. The ZoomInfo platform empowers business-to-business sales, marketing, and recruiting professionals to hit their number by pairing best-in-class technology with unrivaled data coverage, accuracy, and depth of company and contact information. With integrations embedded into workflows and technology stacks, including the leading CRM, Sales Engagement, Marketing Automation, and Talent Management applications, ZoomInfo drives more predictable, accelerated, and sustainable growth for its customers. ZoomInfo emphasizes GDPR and CCPA compliance. In addition to creating the industry’s first proactive notice program, the company is a registered data broker with the states of California and Vermont. Read about ZoomInfo’s commitment to compliance, privacy, and security. For more information about our leading Go-To-Market Intelligence Solution, and how it helps sales, marketing, and recruiting professionals, please visit www.zoominfo.com. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005155/en/ CONTACT: Media Steve Vittorioso Director, Communications ZoomInfo 978-875-1297 [email protected] KEYWORD: WASHINGTON UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: SOFTWARE SEARCH ENGINE MARKETING MARKETING DATA MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATIONS SMALL BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TECHNOLOGY SOURCE: ZoomInfo Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/03/2021 09:00 AM/DISC: 02/03/2021 09:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005155/en By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 Twitter TAGS Twitter
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