Thorgan Hazard, brother of Chelsea’s Eden, has emerged as a reported target for Atletico MadridThe 25-year-old winger has been at Borussia Monchengladbach for the past four years and has inserted himself as a key member of the squad.In fact, Hazard’s eight goals and five assists in 12 Bundesliga games this season have helped Gladbach move up to second in the standings.The Belgium international has frequently been tipped to follow in his older brother’s footsteps by joining a big European club.Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.Now Marca reports that Atletico are eyeing up a move for Hazard with his future at Gladbach in doubt.Hazard’s current contract at the German side expires in June 2020 and he’s yet to accept an extension from Gladbach.And an offer from Atletico may be appealing to Hazard as it could bring about a family reunion at the Spanish capital with his brother, Eden, strongly linked with a switch to Real Madrid.Gladbach will face RB Leipzig away in the Bundesliga on Sunday.
Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter January 27, 2018 Posted: January 27, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsCalifornia Governor Jerry Brown delivered his 2018 State of the State address.Following the address, California State Assemblymember Todd Gloria (D-San Diego) issued this statement:“Governor Brown has stayed true to his word: ‘California is not going back not now, not ever.’ We are moving forward, protecting Californians, and leading while Washington is stagnant.“A number of challenges still lie ahead for us – most notably our housing crisis which remains the most pressing issue facing California. While we took significant steps last year, I look forward to introducing more innovative solutions this year as a member of the Assembly’s Housing and Community Development Committee.“Additionally, we must be vigilant and ready to protect California’s Dreamers should Washington choose to neglect its promise.“California is stronger more than ever before. That’s due in no small part to Governor Brown and his leadership. The quality-of-life and strength of the Golden State has vastly improved under his administration. We have work to do, but Governor Brown will undoubtedly leave California better than he found it.” Todd Gloria on Governor Brown’s State of the State address ,
WEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Seven people, including two children, were taken to the hospital after, officials said, at least two vehicles collided in Northwest Miami-Dade, Tuesday afternoon.Miami-Dade Fire Rescue responded to the scene of the crash, at the intersection of Northwest 87th Avenue and Park Boulevard, just after 3:45 p.m.Witnesses told 7News some of the passengers flew out of their vehicles when they collided in the northbound lanes of Northwest 87th Avenue.Paramedics transported three victims as trauma alerts and another is on basic life support. Some were taken to Kendall Regional Medical Center and others to Jackson Memorial Hospital.One of the children was taken to Kendall Regional Medical Center and the other was transported to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. Their conditions are unknown.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
The Story Of Ed Sheeran’s First GRAMMY Performance The pop singer/songwriter fondly recalls his first-ever GRAMMY performance, with a hand from his mentor; tune in to “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” Nov. 24 at 9 p.m. on CBS.Brian HaackGRAMMYs Nov 22, 2017 – 9:00 am Ed Sheeran’s three trips to the GRAMMY stage as a performer have each been especially memorable in their own ways. He’s sung a duet with Elton John, run a victory lap with his smash-hit “Thinking Out Loud” and, most recently, given a rousing one-man band performance of “Shape Of You.” Elton John On His GRAMMY Moment With Lady Gaga NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Nov 22, 2017 – 9:00 am The Story Of Ed Sheeran’s First GRAMMY Performance Remember When Beyoncé Performed With Prince? Remember When Beyoncé Performed With Prince? Blake Shelton: Highwayman At The GRAMMYs Blake Shelton: Highwayman At The GRAMMYs Elton John On His GRAMMY Moment With Lady Gaga The former, Sheeran’s first appearance as a performer at the 55th GRAMMY Awards in 2013, came by way of a special request from his mentor John, who envisioned a special duet of Sheeran’s Song Of The Year-nominated “The A Team.””I help manage him, and I believe so much in this guy,” John recalls telling the showrunners of Sheeran’s talent. “[I said,] ‘He’s gonna be a huge star. What if I do a duet with ‘The A Team’? … And that’s how we got Ed onto the GRAMMYs.” Justin Timberlake’s GRAMMY Moment With Al Green Ed Sheeran’s GRAMMY Duet With Elton John: “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” Facebook Prev Next Justin Timberlake’s GRAMMY Moment With Al Green Christina Aguilera On “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” Twitter The Story Of Ed Sheeran’s First GRAMMY Performance Bruno Mars Recalls Prince GRAMMY Tribute Watch Sheeran and other artists discuss the most memorable performances in GRAMMY history on the TV special “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories: A 60th Anniversary Special,” airing Friday, Nov. 24 from 9–11 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.”GRAMMYs Greatest Stories”: Christina Aguilera’s Intimate “Beautiful” PerformanceRead more Christina Aguilera On “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” Bruno Mars Recalls Prince GRAMMY Tribute Remember When Beyoncé Performed With Prince? Justin Timberlake’s GRAMMY Moment With Al Green News Bruno Mars Recalls Prince GRAMMY Tribute Elton John On His GRAMMY Moment With Lady Gaga Ed Sheeran: GRAMMYs Greatest Stories ed-sheerans-grammy-duet-elton-john-grammys-greatest-stories Blake Shelton: Highwayman At The GRAMMYs Email The Story Of Ed Sheeran’s First GRAMMY Performance More “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” Christina Aguilera On “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories”
Zahidur Rahman. File photoBNP MP-elect from Thakurgaon-3 constituency, Zahidur Rahman is to be sworn in on Thursday.He sent a letter to Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, speaker of Jatiya Sangsad, expressing his interest to take the oath as a member of parliament.The personal secretary of the speaker, MA Kamal Billah, confirmed the matter to Prothom Alo. The parliament secretariat has scheduled the oath ceremony at noon.
Hear from Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible. One pizza craving — and a lack of motivation to search for Pizza Hut discount codes — led to the creation of Honey, an automated take on coupon clipping that has saved customers over $750 million to date. Frustration with the inefficiency of forms led one paralegal to start SeamlessDocs, which has raised $20 million so far in its quest to modernize and digitize the forms of hundreds of governments. And one founder’s own girl problems were the foundation for Relationship Hero, an instant relationship coaching service that’s yielded $1 million in one year.As for what pizza, forms and girl problems have in common? Each served as the inspiration for a new company — one with the goal to overhaul an industry that, in the founders’ eyes, hadn’t yet been modernized.Here’s an in-depth look at some companies aiming to reinvent their fields with new technology.1. Relationship HeroAims to reinvent: Relationship AdviceHow it started: Girl problems. That’s what led co-founders Liron Shapira and Lior Gotesman to launch Relationship Hero, a relationship coaching startup that’s yielded $1 million in just 12 months. Shapira describes himself as a “stereotypical nerd” in high school, viewing dating as an overarching mystery. He assumed he’d figure it out later and focused on his studies and computer programming. But after graduating from college, he didn’t find dating any less mysterious. Gotesman, on the other hand, was naturally good at relationships. He moonlighted as the go-to friend for relationship advice in college, but he couldn’t figure out computer programming. The two friends coached each other, and the results were better than they could have imagined: Gotesman learned to code, Shapira got married and together, they launched a service that combined their strengths.How it works: Relationship Hero specializes in instant relationship coaching, which can be done via phone calls, emails, texting or Facebook Messenger. The company aims to help with any issue related to dating or relationships — from “How should I word my Tinder profile?” to “Why isn’t he or she texting me back?” to “I’m thinking about getting a divorce.” The service aims to identify problems in your dating life via an objective external lens, much like taking your car to the mechanic or visiting the doctor for an X-ray. The company offers both subscription plans and a la carte hours of coaching, and although prices differ, you can expect to pay about $100 for an hour of coaching.How it scaled: Shapira and Gotesman knew success was possible due to the sheer number of people they saw firsthand who sought out relationship advice — and the fact that, in a time when attention is such a valuable resource, the service in its early stages held consumer focus. Plus, no one else had yet cornered the market. The two friends launched the company in July 2017 through the Y Combinator accelerator program, bringing in just $200 a week at first. As the company grew, they trained more coaches via books, example exercises and hands-on shadowing. Now, the company says it helps more than 100 people every day.2. HustleAims to reinvent: Direct-to-consumer marketingHow it started: Before co-founding Hustle, Roddy Lindsay spent more than six years at Facebook as one of the company’s first data scientists, then left to start volunteering at FWD.us, a group focused on immigration reform. While there, Lindsay realized most of the group’s communication involved talking “at” people — like Facebook posts and blast emails — rather than with them. He wanted to fix that. Since many millennials don’t have landlines and feel their email inboxes are flooded, Lindsay viewed text messaging as the best channel for building real relationships, and the idea for Hustle was born. He tested the idea first at FWD.us and found that audience response rates increased from 10 percent or less to over 80 percent. That’s when Lindsay decided he had something special.How it works: Hustle aims to “humanize” the way organizations communicate — moving away from direct mail campaigns, robocalls and social media posts and towards text message conversations to build relationships and community. The company facilitates texts from real people instead of bots making big asks on an organization’s behalf — usually for some action on the consumer’s part, like giving time or money — and pairs it with a system that can manage millions of individual conversations, says Lindsay. Their clients are public figures, companies or organizations that want to increase audience engagement — think Live Nation, Planned Parenthood, Michelle Obama’s Better Make Room Initiative and politician Bernie Sanders. One example: Last year when the Affordable Care Act repeal was on the table, Planned Parenthood used Hustle to kick off the “Defenders” program — recruiting people from across the country to do things like organize events in their home, host community gatherings, write letters, alert their networks and call their senators.How it scaled: The company incorporated in December 2014, but over the last 18 months, it’s ballooned from 12 employees and less than $500,000 in annual revenue to a staff of 120 employees bringing in more than $12 million per year. Lindsay attributes the success in part to reaching people where they are — in today’s day and age, he says that means having “authentic dialogues” by way of text message. Another key point? He suggests making team diversity a priority from day one so that diverse voices help shape the long-term product and culture. 3. HoneyAims to reinvent: Coupon clippingHow it started: It all began with a pizza craving. One October night in 2012, Ryan Hudson sat at his kitchen table, ordering online from Pizza Hut. He noticed the coupon code box at checkout, but he didn’t like the idea of wasting time searching for a discount code that may not even work. Later that night, the self-taught computer programmer decided to try to automate the coupon-searching process. By the end of the night, he had a prototype for Honey. After Hudson showed it to his co-founder the following morning, they decided it was worth the gamble, and a mad dash ensued to get the product launch-ready before Black Friday. Almost six years later, the company says it’s saved customers $750 million and counting.How it works: Honey’s goal is to make it easy for mass-market consumers to save money with discounts. Some coupon websites list anywhere between 20 and 50 discount codes for consumers to try, but there’s no real way to guarantee one will work. Honey automatically tests codes for you on the checkout page, then applies the best one or alerts you that the current price is the best available deal. And the company’s newer feature, DropList, allows consumers to set price alerts when a lower price is listed for products on sites like Amazon, Target, Walmart, Macy’s and more.How it scaled: The night Hudson built Honey’s prototype, he figured the service would be worth the effort even if he were the only one to make use of it. Close to six years later, Honey has about 10 million users. Hudson attributes the success to removing friction from people’s lives — and the strength of word of mouth.4. ArtificialAims to reinvent: InsuranceHow it started: Johnny Bridges’s first job out of college was at an insurance company in Lloyd’s of London, an insurance market offering specialty insurance — think Bruce Springsteen’s voice, which is reportedly insured there for $6 million — in over 200 countries and territories. It’s a physical building where insurance brokers approach underwriters and try to negotiate risk, which can take many hours. “The whole thing couldn’t be more inefficient if it tried,” says Bridges.He and his co-founder decided to do something about it by starting Artificial. But besides just specialty insurance, they wanted to transform the insurance industry as a whole. Their inspiration? Customers’ distrust of insurance companies. People pay premiums, usually only have contact with insurance companies after a negative event and then, in terms of claim payout, “It’s like trying to get blood out of a stone,” says Bridges. Insurance companies’ antiquated backend systems don’t help, either. Bridges says it takes nine to 12 months on average to take a new insurance product to market, and those long innovation lead times can mean big losses in potential revenue.How it works: “Think of us like Stripe, but for insurance,” says Bridges. Stripe provides infrastructure for individuals and businesses to receive payments over the internet, and Artificial allows insurance companies to sell, manage and price their insurance in a streamlined way. It cuts down on paper and on middlemen — plus, through the company’s software, Bridges says insurance companies can bring new products to market in a matter of weeks. As for how the company affects consumers directly? Artificial’s software allows insurance to be purchased outside of regular business hours, and its algorithms can lead to better risk estimates for insurance companies — thereby leading to more accurate or lower premiums for consumers. For example, when it comes to car insurance, Artificial’s machine learning algorithm can track driving practices like average speed through a telematic sensor customers place in their cars.How it scaled: “Many of the strategies we used to get to our current position I wouldn’t recommend to anyone,” says Bridges. “We’ve learned huge amounts in the past five years and made plenty of mistakes along the way.” He and his co-founder started out fearful of paying large salaries for certain engineering positions, so they gravitated towards junior-level hires that had less experience and needed more training, resulting in stunted growth for the company. They switched gears and started hiring at a senior level, which translated to no training, better quality and a better return on investment. In software engineering, Bridges learned the “KISS” principle — “Keep it simple, stupid” — which he applies to everything he does in both business and life.5. ZolaAims to reinvent: Wedding registriesHow it started: As the old adage states, “Necessity is the mother of invention.” And in 2013, Shan-Lyn Ma needed a better wedding registry service. That year, it seemed like all her friends were getting married, and she felt she was constantly buying wedding gifts. “It was the worst e-commerce shopping experience I had ever seen,” says Ma. She says that at the time, many registries were dominated by traditional department stores. Sure, they had online product lists and checkout, but Ma says the checkout process was difficult — and her friends’ registries wouldn’t even load properly on a mobile phone. “I was frustrated,” says Ma. “If my closest friend is getting married, I [want] to do something meaningful and beautiful, and it felt the exact opposite.” Brides told Ma that one of the worst parts of wedding planning was creating their registries, and they wished they could register for products, experiences and cash funds in one place — and personalize it somehow. That sparked the idea for Zola.How it works: Zola acts as a one-stop shop for wedding registries and planning, offering 60,000 gift options like products, experiences and cash funds. Couples can create personalized registry pages with photos and notes about why they’re registering for certain products (e.g., “We love to make smoothies together. That’s why we’ve got our eye on this blender”). They’re notified when a product on their list is purchased, and to avoid “box overload,” they can decide whether it’s shipped right away or held for a later date. If they changed their minds about a product before its ship date, they can exchange it virtually. To help with thank-you notes, Zola offers an exportable list of who sent which gift when, plus their addresses.How it scaled: The company attributes most of its growth to focus — and waiting until the wedding registry was up to high standards before expanding into other areas (wedding websites, thank-you note managers and more). They believe the best way to scale is in a sustainable way — in other words, slow and capital-efficient wins the race.6. SeamlessDocsAims to reinvent: Government formsHow it started: Filling out forms can be a headache, and when he worked in paralegal outsourcing, Jonathon Ende experienced that every day. He couldn’t believe that people were shelling out thousands of dollars to figure out how to interact with the U.S. government, and he resolved to build a “turbohack” to make forms simpler and more efficient. He created the initial version of SeamlessDocs using Excel — taking screenshots of forms and manually setting them as the backgrounds of each spreadsheet so users could input data digitally and would show up in the right sections. After taking the company through an accelerator program, he resolved to focus solely on bringing government forms online. But soon, he says, his mission evolved into making interacting with government a “beautiful experience.” SeamlessDocs has raised close to $20 million to date, and clients include hundreds of governments in 40 states — making the service available to about 50 million constituents total, says Ende.How it works: SeamlessDocs aims to save both government workers and constituents time and money on forms — everything from noise complaints to information requests to pet permits. Ende expanded his original view from bringing forms online to simplifying the way constituents find those forms online — plus adding features to forms like the ability to add attachments, submit payments, create a virtual signature and set up form status alerts. The company also helps governments cut down on the number of questions on forms by creating “conditionals.” For example, if you answer “no” on one question and the next 20 questions are related follow-ups, they could disappear from the form since they’re not relevant. On the government side, SeamlessDocs offers tools to manage the incoming forms. Ende says the company saves governments about 1.8 hours of time per form, while it’s about 20 to 30 minutes per form for constituents.How it scaled: Ende says many governments used to think modernizing the form process would be too expensive and time-consuming, so they stuck with Microsoft Outlook and Excel. To reframe his business, he billed it as a “comprehensive form and processing solution.” As for the most important scaling lesson he learned? Don’t try to be everything to everyone; you’re ready to scale once you narrow your focus. “As soon as we set the conviction that we were not going to be the best at forms — we were going to be the best at government forms — we were then ready to scale,” says Ende.7. EthosAims to reinvent: Life insuranceHow it started: There’s no shortage of business ideas born in college dorm rooms, but at Stanford University’s business school, Peter Colis and his engineer roommate were working on something a little different: overhauling the life insurance industry. Colis’s roommate, Lingke Wang, had fallen for a classic consumer pitfall: buying unnecessary insurance. In Wang’s case, he was 20 years old and single with no dependents — but a life insurance agent on commission managed to sell him a pricey permanent life insurance policy. Wang realized his mistake too late, and he ended up losing most of what he paid. He and Colis formulated their idea for Ethos, a life insurance company that would cater to consumers instead of commissions. Now, company investors include the likes of Jay-Z’s Roc Nation, Robert Downey Jr.’s Downey Ventures, Kevin Durant’s Durant Company and Will Smith’s Smith Family Circle.How it works: Colis bills Ethos as a life insurance company for “people who don’t have time for fine print or extra doctor appointments or hidden fees.” That’s a tall order, but the company seems to deliver on the efficiency front: Its software and predictive analytics boil a typically 10- to 15-week underwriting process down to about 10 minutes. How? Consumers fill out an online life insurance application, answering questions about behavior (e.g. “Do you rock climb?”) and health (e.g. “When was the last time you stayed overnight in the hospital?”). Ethos then makes a life-expectancy prediction using big data. Some aspects of the process are relatively run-of-the-mill (application information, pharmaceutical records, credit-related financial modeling), while others are more counterintuitive (for example, someone’s history of speeding tickets could correlate to their likelihood of contracting a serious illness). Policies are either approved on the spot or within a few days. As for commissions? There aren’t any. “No one makes money when a policy is sold,” says Colis.How it scaled: The roommates’ first business decision was hiring the “smartest guy from [their] class” at Stanford Business School, who also happened to be the head of Instagram’s advertising product, says Colis. From there, they hired friends of friends, then told them to bring in the smartest people they knew. When the co-founders sought out funding, they walked into Sequoia Capital — and were lucky enough to snag a meeting with a partner who was also a trained insurance actuary. He understood the business model via firsthand experience and helped them raise $11.5 million in funding. Another key scaling strategy? The average life insurance agent is a 60-year-old man, says Colis, so they usually end up selling to older men — but in the hopes of cornering a relatively untapped market, Ethos partnered with “mommy bloggers” to create promotional content. How Success Happens 15+ min read June 21, 2018 Listen Now
The exosuit in action. (Credit: Harvard Biodesign Lab)Exosuits may seem the stuff of anime and superhero movies, but the technology is actually used for assisting those who might need a boost to go about their daily lives.These wearable technologies fit onto the body, usually the legs, much like a high-tech wetsuit. The exosuit is designed to provide supportive force to various points of the leg when needed, helping the user walk more easily and naturally.Now, new research out of Harvard University published in Science Robotics shows the potential for exosuits to adapt to their users in real-time, accounting for minor changes in gait as the user walks.One Size Doesn’t Fit AllTo give the most benefit, these wearable technologies have to be perfectly in sync with a user’s unique physiology and movement patterns. This is challenging, because every person has a unique gait that’s dependent on their anatomy, age, presence of injuries or illness and even personality. An exosuit’s design and programming may work flawlessly for one person, but actually inhibit movement in another.Building an adaptable exosuit, one that responds to variations in gait and movement, is the best way to deal with the broad range of human bodies that such technology will inevitably encounter.The challenge with current optimization methods is that they take a great deal of time and observation in order to create. A subject would need to walk repeatedly in order to establish a rough approximation of their movement patterns — which, even then, would not account for changes that might occur as a user is walking.What the new suit does is adapt to the user’s movements quickly. This is important, because humans actually make tiny adjustments to their gait while walking to maximize efficiency. By measuring these changes, the researchers were able to build profiles for each user that told the exosuit when and where to give them a boost.Walk the WalkThe exosuit the researchers worked with fits snugly around the waist and thighs, and helps to optimize hip extension when walking. It’s more subtle than a full-on robotic leg, but the goal here is efficiency, not power.Eight adult male subjects walked on a treadmill while wearing the suit while a computer monitored their movements. The researchers refer to this as a “human-in-the-loop” model of optimization because it depends on constant input from users to refine its calculations. An optimization algorithm updated how the suit applied force after each cycle, gradually locking in ideal motions for each subject. After about 20 cycles, the computer had created personalized “profiles” for each participant.All of that research and math is nice, but what’s the point? Well, the optimized exosuits reduced the users’ metabolic output by a total average of 17.4 percent compared to walking without the suit—a 60 percent improvement over existing exosuits, the researchers say.Individualizing exosuits is another step toward bringing them into our lives. But for now the math and processing required for such a personalized touch requires that the suit be in constant communication with a nearby computer — not so great for mobility.But as we all know, computers are getting smaller and more powerful every day. Next stop, Neon Genesis Evangelion — or Iron Man, take your pick.
WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Kids especially love making pie crusts, biscuits and pizza, because they can squish the dough with their fingers. Watching yeasty dough rise and then punching it down is especially entertaining.4. Create a dress-up boxOn a rainy day, weed out unwanted dresses, hats, shoes and costume jewellery from your closets. After your kids have picked out all the items they want for their costume box, take the rejects to a thrift shop.5. Play the sentence gameTake it in turns to write a sentence on a piece of paper. Fold the paper over after you’ve finished, and then supply one word on the next line for the following person. You can make some hilarious stories this way.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! As we approach the weekend, families want to spend time together and children want to have fun. After a long week of hard work and a long week at school, most people want to relax and enjoy the weekend.Here are a few interesting things you can do…1. Have a four-square tournamentYou’ll need four players and a large rubber ball. Draw a 12″ x 12″ square on your driveway. Divide into four squares, A, B, C, and D. One player stands in each square. The player in A starts by bouncing the ball in his square, then batting it with open hands into another square. That player must hit the ball into another square. When one player misses or hits the ball out of bounds, he moves to D, the players behind him advance, and you begin again.2. Plan a treasure huntOn your own, plant little dime-store jewels and treasures in the garden. Then draw up a map with directions. (For an ancient look, let some coffee soak into the map to brown it with age; while the paper is wet, rip it around the edges). You can even hide the map somewhere in the house and let the kids find it while making the bed or putting away toys.3. Get cooking
Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Top Stories Gamba said Tuesday that police were tailing a person who was about to deliver ransom money when two assailants fired at the officers. One suspect was killed, another escaped and the Chinese were safely recovered after Monday’s shootout.Ransom kidnappings are common in the volatile south, where Muslim rebels are active.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) 5 things to look for when selecting an ophthalmologist Sponsored Stories MANILA, Philippines (AP) – Police say they have rescued two Chinese businessmen in the restive southern Philippines following a gunfight in which a suspected kidnapper was killed and an officer wounded.Police spokesman Martin Gamba says the two traders from Guangxi and a Filipino woman were snatched Saturday from a house in Agusan del Sur province. The woman was released the following day but kidnappers demanded a ransom for Defeng Li and Liguang Yang. Comments Share Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help
ITC Hotels renews it’s partnership with Starwood Hotels & Resorts ITC Hotels and Starwood Hotels & Resorts (NYSE:HOT) today announced that agreements have been signed to extend their existing partnership for 11 ITC Luxury Collection hotels and one hotel under the Sheraton brand, in India.Further strengthening their partnership, the two also announced three upcoming ITC hotels under The Luxury Collection brand in India. The addition of the ITC Kohinoor in Hyderabad, ITC Narmada in Ahmedabad and ITC Royal Bengal in Kolkata will take the inventory up to 15 hotels over the next four years.Speaking on the extension of the partnership, Nakul Anand, Executive Director, ITC Limited, said, “ITC Hotels is pleased to extend the association with Starwood into its fifth decade in India. ITC’s luxury hotels are an archetype of the culture and ethos of region they are located in and continue to be the preferred choice of the global traveler.The strengthening of our alliance for three upcoming ITC luxury hotels in Kolkata, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad embodies our commitment to showcase the rich diversity of the country to both business and leisure travelers to India.”“Starwood is experiencing strong growth momentum in India with signings of new hotels in the past 12 months representing nearly 30% of our current operating footprint in the country,” said Thomas Mangas, Chief Executive Officer, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc.“India remains one of our fastest growing markets and much of our success can be attributed to our long, collaborative partnership with ITC. Together with ITC and our highly experienced local team, we look forward to offering our guests and customers more choices in more places, and our continued mutual success in the country.”“Through this extension, we have further strengthened our partnership with ITC Hotels to offer international and Indian guests unique experiences in these new destinations,” added Dilip Puri, Managing Director India and Regional Vice President, South Asia, Starwood Hotels & Resorts.This long standing partnership between the two companies started in 1979 with the Sheraton brand. In 2007, both companies signed an agreement through which Starwood introduced The Luxury Collection brand in India, which presently includes 11 hotels. The Luxury Collection brand philosophy of offering unique experiences indigenous to their destination complements ITC Hotels’ own ethos of being rooted in the Indian tradition of warm, personalized service with Responsible Luxury at its core. ITC HotelsSource = ITC Hotels
September 10 , 2018 PRESS RELEASEWashington D.C. (Sep. 10, 2018) – The World Avocado Organization, the first and only organization in the world devoted to promoting the consumption and awareness of avocados at a global level, is pleased to welcome Colombia as its newest member country director. The announcement was made during the opening of Asia Fruit Logistica, a most important annual trade show for the international fruit and vegetable in Asia. WAO’s current members include the top avocado producing nations of: Mexico, Peru, the United States of America, South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Spain.“We are delighted that Colombia joins WAO and look forward to working together to supply the European avocado market, which has been soaring over the last few years. We are pleased to replicate the programs WAO has implemented in Europe during the fall and winter months together with the Colombian Hass avocado sector,” said Zac Bard, Chairman of WAO.One of the largest avocado producers worldwideColombia is home to some of the top Hass avocado producers and exporters in the world, including Fruity Green, Cartama – Avofruit, S.A. & Westfalia Colombia, each of whom have also officially joined WAO. Colombia has only recently entered the Hass avocado market but is already one of the biggest producers and exporters worldwide. It currently produces over 15,000 hectares of Hass avocados and is growing at an unprecedented rate, as its agricultural outlook continues to flourish.Xavier Equihua, CEO of WAO commented “Avocado production in Colombia has experienced rapid growth over the past few years where volumes have grown by 550 percent a year between 2012 and 2016 – We are pleased to announce the inclusion of Colombia as a country director of WAO and we look forward to working with them on expanding avocado supply and consumption across the European market.” “Hass avocado production is growing at a tremendous rate in Colombia. At the same time, the consumption of avocados in Europe is growing at an immense pace, where more than 510 million kilos of avocados were sold in 2017. Joining WAO will help Colombia to unlock their full potential and key opportunities across the European avocado market,” underlined Daniel Bustamante, Vice-Chairman of WAO.WAO members covering most of the European marketWith the addition of Colombia and Spain this year, WAO now represents over 70% of the avocados commercialized in Europe.WAO will be holding its 2018 Mid-Season Meeting in Madrid, Spain on 22 October 2018 – one day before the start of the Fruit Attraction, the international trade show for the fruit and vegetable industry.About the World Avocado Organization (WAO)The World Avocado Organization’s (WAO) primary purpose is to promote and increase the consumption, awareness and value of avocados in international markets. It was established in February 2016 as an international non-profit organization. Based in Washington, D.C., WAO represents some of the world’s largest avocado producers, exporters and importers, including Mexico, Peru, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and the United States of America. Europe is one of the fastest-growing markets worldwide and already the second-largest market for imported avocados in the world. It is expected to grow by at least 15 percent per year in the next five years. You might also be interested in
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