FREDERICTON – New Brunswick softwood lumber producers, who had been exempt from U.S. tariffs in the past, will now have to pay 20.83 per cent duty, although producers in the rest of Atlantic Canada will be exempt.The U.S. Department of Commerce said in its final determination released Thursday that most Canadian producers will pay a combined countervailing and anti-dumping rate of 20.83 per cent, down from 26.75 per cent in the preliminary determinations issued earlier this year.Lumber products certified by the Atlantic Lumber Board as being first produced in Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island are excluded from any duties.Roger Melanson, New Brunswick’s minister responsible for trade, calls the decision “unfounded and unfair” for his province.“If you look at all the facts how we manage our forestry in New Brunswick and how our softwood lumber industry in New Brunswick does business, it’s quite clear historically that this industry in New Brunswick is not subsidized,” Melanson said Thursday.Forestry giant J.D. Irving won’t pay tariffs as high as other producers in New Brunswick. Instead they’ll have to pay 9.92 per cent.Melanson said he’ll meet with members of the forest industry on Friday to decide how to proceed, but said joining any litigation by the federal government is a strong possibility.He said New Brunswick needs to get the facts in front of the World Trade Organization or a NAFTA panel.“We need to have … independent eyes on the softwood lumber issue in dispute here. Historically when that has happened it has always been a ruling in favour of what we know as factual in the province that we don’t subsidize this industry and we need to get to that status again,” Melanson said.Softwood lumber contributes more than $1.45 billion to the New Brunswick economy each year and employs more than 22,000 people.The other Atlantic provinces are welcoming news that their softwood producers will be exempt.“We are pleased the United States government has recognized the legitimacy of our long-standing exclusion,” said Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil.“While this is welcome news for Nova Scotia, we recognize that this is a difficult time for Canadian industry as a whole as many are faced with duties,” he said.The Newfoundland and Labrador government also issued a statement saying it is very pleased.“Our government welcomes the elimination of the countervailing duties and potential anti-dumping charges on timber exports to the United States,” said Gerry Byrne, minister of Fisheries and Land Resources.“Unrestricted access to these traditional markets is important for the future of our province’s lumber industry.”The new tariffs will take effect in 45 days.Also excluded is U.S. lumber shipped to Canada for some processing and imported back into the U.S., certain box spring kits, and box-spring frame components.The United States imported US$5.66 billion worth of softwood lumber last year from Canada.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen says if Western countries impose threatened economic sanctions on his country, it would cause the death of the country’s political opposition.Hun Sen, speaking Monday at a road groundbreaking ceremony, was referring mostly to plans by the European Union to cancel an agreement giving imports from Cambodia preferential duty-free status.The EU began the process of ending the agreement after last July’s general election, in which Hun Sen’s Cambodian People’s Party won all 125 National Assembly seats. The EU, along with other critics, charged the election was unfair and unfree because the sole credible opposition party was dissolved by court order in November 2017.Hun Sen said without elaborating that if Western powers seek to punish Cambodia with sanctions, they would kill the country’s opposition.The Associated Press
New Delhi: Power Finance Corporation Ltd (PFC) has signed a Share Purchase Agreement to acquire 103.94 crore equity shares of INR 10 each, of REC Limited from the President of India constituting 52.63 per cent of the paid-up share capital of REC Ltd. This is a major milestone achieved by PFC, who is now slated to become a promoter and the holding company of REC Limited. The acquisition of REC Limited was in pursuance to the in-principle approval dated 6th December 2018 from the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs for the strategic sale of 52.63 per cent of the paid up equity shareholding of REC held by the President of India (acting through Ministry of Power, Government of India) to PFC along with transfer of management control. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalBoth PFC and REC are Navratna Central Public Sector Enterprises with combined annual revenues of about Rs. 50,000 Crore and this acquisition is step towards consolidation of companies operating in the same space. Subsequent to the PFC shareholders’ approval for the transaction, the Board of Directors of PFC considered the transaction and approved the acquisition of the 52.63 per cent shareholding of the President of India in REC Limited, at a cash purchase consideration of Rs 139.50 per share with total acquisition cost of about INR 14,500 Crore. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boostThe closing price of REC on 19th March, 2019 was INR 148.40 per share. The consideration for the transaction is expected to be paid on 28th March, 2019 and funds for the same have been arranged by PFC already. The acquisition would enable increased efficiencies in lending processes and policies across both the institutions and would create public value by offering better loan products to the power sector. The convergence between the entities as combined group entities would help the power sector reap benefits from a decentralized outreach of REC and a professional project finance expertise of PFC.
NEW YORK — The swoosh is expected to be on the front of Major League Baseball uniforms starting in 2020.Nike will take over from Majestic Athletic as Major League Baseball’s uniform supplier for the 2020 season. The swoosh logo likely will move to a more prominent position on jersey fronts from its current place on sleeves.The 10-year deal announced Friday replaces an agreement announced in December 2016 for Under Armour to succeed Majestic. The online sportswear retailer Fanatics will manufacture and distribute licensed versions of the Nike uniforms and training wear to consumers.Majestic has manufactured MLB batting practice jerseys since 1982 and has been the exclusive supplier of game uniforms since 2005. Before that, uniforms were manufactured by both Majestic and Russell Athletic.___More AP baseball coverage: https://apnews.com/tag/MLBbaseballThe Associated Press
The report, issued today by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and World Food Programme (WFP), estimates that 410,000 people of Lesotho’s 1.9 million inhabitants will struggle to meet their basic food needs due to “extensive” crop failure and “exorbitant” maize prices.Soaring temperatures and low rainfall during the critical crop growing months of January,February and March caused large-scale damage to crops. The drought was most severe in the lowlands, where the main production areas are located.“All told, more than several million people in the region are at risk,” said Kelly David, who heads the Southern Africa regional office of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). He appealed for urgent international assistance in order to support Lesotho in meeting the immediate and acute needs of those severely affected.According to the UN report, Lesotho will require approximately 30,000 tonnes of cereals and 6,700 tonnes of other foods to meet its minimum food consumption needs. The situation is particularly serious for the poorest households who depend heavily on agricultural activities to produce their own food or for employment. Drought conditions have also adversely affected maize production levels across the region, resulting in steep increases in maize prices. The price hikes will make it even more difficult for the most vulnerable, who purchase most of their food, to cope.Lesotho is not the only country in the region facing food shortages in the coming months. More than 400,000 people in Swaziland and 2.1 million people in Zimbabwe will struggle to meet their basic food requirements due to regional drought conditions and other factors, according to FAO and WFP assessments. National-led vulnerability assessments to determine household food security are also underway in Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe. 12 June 2007A new report by two United Nations agencies says that more than 400,000 people in Lesotho face food shortages due to the country’s most severe drought in 30 years.
The Sri Lankan Rupee depreciated further against the US Dollar today.The selling price of the Rupee fell to a record low of Rs. 176.25 against the US Dollar at close of trading today.
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West Ham’s boss Manuel Pellegrini hailed his team’s effort despite losing their lead late in the game to settle for a 1-1 draw at Leicester City.Pellegrini’s men took a 1-0 lead thanks to Fabian Balbuena’s close-range finish but went one man down when Mark Noble was shown a straight red in the 37th-minute red card for a high challenge on Ndidi.The former City boss felt the Hammers deserved more from the tie but praised the mentality of his side on the pitch.“The mood in the dressing room was not that we’ve got a good point,” he told the club’s site.“Playing away with one player less for 60 minutes of the game, most of the time you are happy [with a point], but not in this case because we were very unlucky with the goal that Leicester scored and after the goal, we had another opportunity to score.Report: England’s Rice gets death threats George Patchias – September 9, 2019 England International Declan Rice has received death threats.Rice a one time Ireland International, switched allegiances only this year. The West Ham United man played for…“I’m very proud of the way the team is playing, the way the team is thinking like a big team, and the mentality of the players is to try to win away.“When it was eleven v eleven, we were playing really well and after that, we defended very well.“I haven’t seen the red card back yet so I can’t give my opinion, but I always respect the decision of the referee.“Playing with that fight in the second half was the only way because we were winning 1-0, we had one player less and we had nine players out injured so we didn’t have too many chances to make changes from the bench.“The players who came in did very well also, and we defended with order and organisation.”
During her final State of the State address, Gov. Chris Gregoire, a staunch Columbia River Crossing supporter, put the controversial project at the top of her list of transportation work the state needs to do.But she didn’t mention how she wants to pay for it. That, state officials said Tuesday, will be up to the Legislature.It could mean further delays for the megaproject — now set to break ground in early 2014 and in need of $450 million from the state — if a focus on road maintenance fees takes priority over the $21 billion in needed new state construction projects over the next decade.Gregoire proposed a 10-year, $3.6 billion revenue package, comprised of fee increases and a $1.50 charge on each oil barrel produced in the state of Washington.That money will cover much-needed bridge, highway and ferry preservation, Washington State Department of Transportation spokesman Steve Pierce said.“What the governor’s message was and is, is that we have to address the immediate short-term needs of maintaining and preserving what we have,” Pierce said. “I’m sure there will be lots of talk during this session about whether there’s ways to address those longer-term needs, such as the CRC.”Still, Gregoire listed several new projects around Washington as being pivotal to the state’s economy — and she named the $3.5 billion CRC first.She noted that the Interstate 5 crossing between Oregon and Washington carries $40 billion in commerce that is responsible for 130,000 jobs. And yet one span was built in 1917 for horse traffic, and that the span is the only stoplight on I-5, she said.
Privacy On top of that, this past June California passed the nation’s strictest data privacy law. After that, tech companies asked lawmakers to pass a federal data privacy bill to bring the whole country under one set of privacy regulations. So far, Democrats have proposed several bills, as has Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, a Republican. In Europe, the General Data Protection Regulation is having an impact on how tech companies around the world treat personal data.Hackers gonna hackEven if one of those laws passes, it’s possible, if not likely, that there’ll be even more than 446 million records exposed in data breaches in 2019. There’ll always be plenty of your data for criminals to hack, because organizations will keep collecting it. Your data is extremely valuable to companies, which have an incentive to keep collecting it to make their products more convenient and tailored to your preferences, and to use it to personalize the ads you see. Hackers have an incentive to steal it so they can make money off it illegally.With a dynamic like that in play, it’s easy to keep wondering, what data privacy?Security: Stay up-to-date on the latest in breaches, hacks, fixes and all those cybersecurity issues that keep you up at night. Cambridge Analytica: Everything you need to know about Facebook’s data mining scandal. GDPR: Here’s what you need to know Angela Lang/CNET In 2018, there were 1,244 publicly reported data breaches affecting US companies and consumers. Those breaches exposed more than 446 million records. That’s according to the Identity Theft Resource Center, a nonprofit that helps people deal with the consequences of having their data stolen and used to impersonate them. The group’s annual data breach report came out Monday, just in time for Data Privacy Day.It’s worth noting that those are just the publicly reported breaches. What’s more, a good portion of them don’t include a full tally of the number of records exposed. In other words, the problem is almost certainly much, much worse.So it’s a great time to pause and reflect on something that’s been staring consumers in the face for years. Companies are collecting tons of data on you, and then criminals are stealing it from the companies. Data privacy? What data privacy?That much is clear from the trove of 773 million login credentials that data breach expert Troy Hunt found posted publicly on a popular cloud sharing service. Amassed from more than 2,000 different data breaches, the stockpile included logins from as long ago as 2008. It’s also clear from the big breaches of 2018, which included hackers accessing 30 million Facebook accounts, stealing 429,000 credit card records from British Airways customers and nicking the passport numbers of more than 500,000 people from a database owned by Marriott. All those things could help identity thieves impersonate people and create chaos in their lives.Informed choicesEva Velasquez, president and CEO of the Identity Theft Resource Center, said that one important step companies can take to improve things is to tell consumers everything about what data they’re collecting on them. That’ll let them make much more informed decisions about what services to use, especially when they consider what could happen if hackers stole that data. “It’s an insult to our consumer constituency to say, ‘You don’t really need to know that,'” Velasquez said. “You need to let me make that decision of whether to engage with your platform.”Next, she said, companies need to re-evaluate the kinds of data they hold onto, and for how long. Having a plan to delete unnecessary data prevents the info from falling into the hands of hackers. Finally, companies need to publicly disclose detailed information about data breaches much more frequently than they already are. Shifting toward privacyIt’ll take pressure from consumers and advocacy groups, as well as political will from lawmakers, for those changes to be broadly adopted. That’s where there’re some signs of possible change on this year’s Data Privacy Day. Consumers are more concerned about data privacy since last year’s stream of privacy nightmares — like the Cambridge Analytica scandal, in which Facebook users learned how extensively their personal data had been mined by the third party apps their friends were using. Comment Security Tech Industry 1 Share your voice Tags 1:30 Now playing: Watch this:
Vijayawada: The VMC authorities are planning to relocate people from hill slopes in city by constructing G3 apartments. Speaking to media here on Saturday, Municipal Commissioner V Prasanna Venkatesh said that there was no chance of constructing a retaining wall at the hill slopes as environmental clearance is needed. He stated that they planned to remove the houses where people are living at critical places and if they are willing, they would construct apartments near their places under the PMAY and shift the people. Also Read – Three of a family commits suicide at Amalapuram in East Godavari Advertise With Us He opined that then the others would also evince interest to move to the apartments. Then, the vacated areas would be developed with greenery and secure that place by setting fencing to prevent from encroachments. He also stated that the same plan was explained to Minister Vellampalli Srinivas. He said that along with public concern, the land concern was also important. There was no land in the city to construct houses for the shifted people and land may be found on the outskirts of the city, he stated and added people were not willing to go there. Also Read – Saaho movie tickets pricey in Nellore Advertise With Us He said the people living on hill slopes say that the road was nearer to them and hence they don’t want to go anywhere else. He said that if they get any place nearer to their houses they can be removed from those places. He said there were lakhs of people living on the hills in the city and also at Visakhapatnam. So, they want to take one area as a pilot project and based on the response, the pilot project will be implemented in other places also, he added. They would identify such vulnerable location, where the frequent landslides occur to be taken as a pilot project. However, there will be no forcible shifting of people. He also stated that some houses were already constructed and they will try to sensitise people on hill slopes to move to the already constructed houses.
How Costa Rica’s cement market became a hotbed of intrigue He told the TV network Teletica that he ultimately decided to leave journalism behind when he interviewed a woman in a poor neighborhood, whose son, who had psychological problems, had been killed.“I remember that woman crying with such impotence, and I understood that moment of inequality, of injustice. I was going to share it with many people, but I could not change that inequality. That was my separation from the life of a journalist, because I understood that you have to get involved to change things,” he said.‘A change for his party’He changed his focus, studying political science at the UCR and later obtaining a Chevening Scholarship that enabled him to get a Master’s in Development Studies in the University of Sussex, England.Returning to Costa Rica, he married the architect Claudia Dobles, his high-school sweetheart. Because of her work, they moved to Panama. (The couple now has a son, Gabriel.)It was in Panama that Carlos wrote what he considers his best novel, “Las Posesiones” (“The Possessions”), a historical account of the confiscation of German and Italian properties in Costa Rica during World War II.He came back to Costa Rica to work as the communications coordinator of the 2014 campaign of now-President Luis Guillermo Solís. When Solís won, he named Alvarado as the Minister of Human Development, a position focused on support of Costa Rica’s poorest populations.UCR researcher Carlos Sandoval remembers that when the Solís Administration began, he spoke with Alvarado about the need for a new a school in the community of La Carpio, on the west side of the capital, where Nicaraguan migrants live with poor Costa Ricans.Sandoval told AFP that the community had been clamoring for adequate educational infrastructure for 20 years, but that Alvarado got the project started in earnest.La Carpio’s school, one of the most modern in San José, was inaugurated this year. Carlos Alvarado Quesada, is passionate about literature – with three published novels – and is a musician who likes rock, but in the current presidential runoff in Costa Rica, his political experience stands out.Alvarado, 38, a former Cabinet minister who has studied journalism and political science, is nearing the end of a hard-fought campaign against Fabricio Alvarado (no relation), a former legislator and evangelical preacher.Carlos Alvarado became a public figure in Costa Rica because of his political activity within the Citizen Action Party (PAC, center left), which he represents in the current race. Known for his slow speaking style and deep voice, Alvarado has sought to present a message of national unity since he came in second in the Feb. 4 first round.He was the second of three sons in a middle class family; his father is an electrical engineer and his mother was a homemaker. His older brother, Federico, is an engineer and his younger sister, Irene, an economist.After studying at the private Saint Francis School, he studied journalism at the University of Costa Rica (UCR) and writing for the university publication and the weekly Ojo. He also became the singer of the progressive rock band Dramátika. Citizen Action Party nominates presidential candidate for 2018 In 2016, President Solís asked Alvarado to take over the Labor Ministry, where he stood out for reducing privileges in the public sector’s collective conventions.As the candidate for the PAC, he has had to deal with the wear and tear on the current administration, whose image was hard hit by a corruption scandal as well as by increasing violence. PHOTOS: La Carpio opens new school, 23 years in the making However, some analysts consider that he could distance himself from the government and offer a renovated image of his party.“Carlos managed to keep his independence from the government with early actions such as asking for the resignations [of those involved in the scandal] and demanding more forcefulness from the president. Besides that, he’s a young figure, a change for his party,” Gustavo Araya, from the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO), told AFP.However, the PAC has not been able to gain traction in rural areas where poverty prevails, even though that issue was a focus for Alvarado as Minister of Social Development at a time when poverty decreased from 22.4 percent to 20 percent.“The fight against poverty was not thought of as a client project. That’s why it didn’t generate an important mass that supports the government in the periphery of the country,” Araya said. Facebook Comments Related posts:New poll in Costa Rica: another small Fabricio lead, another statistical dead heat Meet Costa Rica’s 48th president, Carlos Alvarado 5 keys to understanding Costa Rica as it faces new elections Election Eve in San Pedro, Costa Rica
Geneva, Switzerland – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazineGulfstream Aerospace Corp.’s ultra-large-cabin, ultra-long-range Gulfstream G650 made its first trans-Atlantic crossing on May 12 en route to the 12th European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva. The aircraft flew 3,780 nautical miles (7,000 km) squawk-free and nonstop in just 6 hours and 55 minutes.“Customers are going to appreciate the tremendous capabilities and flexibility of this aircraft,” said Scott Buethe, senior experimental test pilot, Gulfstream. “Flying to Geneva in that amount of time surely qualifies as a city-pair record, so we have submitted the flight to the National Aeronautic Association to officially claim it. This is the second record we’ve set with the G650, the world’s fastest civil aircraft. The first was a 1,900-nm (3,545 km) sprint from Los Angeles to Savannah that we accomplished in just 3 hours and 26 minutes. On both flights, the airplane flew beautifully.”Buethe flew the aircraft from Washington, D.C., to Geneva, Switzerland, with Ahmed Ragheb and Rick Gowthrop, senior production test pilots, Gulfstream. Additional participants in the flight included David Chalk, flight test engineer.“The aircraft’s first trans-Atlantic crossing represents a milestone in flight test and certification,” said Pres Henne, senior vice president, Programs, Engineering and Test, Gulfstream. “And its squawk-free performance demonstrates that the aircraft is meeting the substantial objectives we – and our customers – set for it.”Serial Number (S/N) 6020 departed Dulles International Airport at 6:56 a.m. local time on May 12, weighing 88,500 pounds, 11,100 pounds below the aircraft’s maximum takeoff weight, and climbed directly to 43,000 feet (13,106 m). The aircraft cruised at Mach 0.90 to Mach 0.92 throughout the flight, landing in Geneva 6 hours and 55 minutes after takeoff.At 43,000 feet cruise altitude, the pressurization system maintained the cabin altitude at a comfortable 3,700 feet (1,128 m).The G650’s Saturday arrival in Geneva follows that of the super mid-size G280, which traveled the same leg in 7 hours and 45 minutes at Mach 0.80.The G650 will spend two days in Geneva as part of Gulfstream’s static display for EBACE. It will be joined by the super midsize G280; the large-cabin, ultra-long-range G550; the large-cabin, long-range G450; and the wide-cabin, high-speed G150.“We’re thrilled to have this aircraft here with us in Europe,” said Scott Neal, senior vice president, Sales and Marketing, Gulfstream. “It’s an opportunity for operators and customers to see this all-new aircraft up close and side-by-side with the other aircraft in the Gulfstream fleet.”The G650, which is undergoing flight test and certification for entry-into-service later this year, will leave Geneva after the static display closes on Monday, May 14, to return to Savannah in support of flight test.The G650 received a provisional type certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Nov. 18, 2011, and is in the process of completing final certification tests with the FAA to support entry-into-service later this year.www.gulfstream.com
Dallas, Texas – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle MagazineRosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek has spent three decades as a trend-setter in the hotel industry, and it’s ushering in the new decade as a fore-runner in style and design. In its 30th birthday year, The Mansion debuts a dramatically redesigned property.The hotel’s 143 newly appointed rooms and suites and restyled lobby are unveiled this month and feature a stunning design concept, a collaborative effort of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts and Michael Booth, principal of the San Francisco-based interior design firm BAMO. When Caroline Rose Hunt turned the Sheppard King mansion into a world-class hotel 30 years ago, it was a leader in style and service. That same tradition continues today as the new design pays homage to the property’s storied, iconic history.“As the only Five Star, Five Diamond hotel in Texas, it’s important for Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek to be the most timeless, refined property in the industry,” Managing Director Duncan Graham said. “Maintaining our tradition of awards and recognition is critical, and this stunning redesign sets the tone for the next three decades.”The sophisticated design begins with the lobby, as guests are greeted with custom, limed oak reception and concierge desks, providing a calming place for the eye to rest.Expanding on a concept centered on soft tones and cool colors, Booth was careful to keep the space refined, not too casual, and never trendy. The lobby furnishings and textiles are a careful juxtaposition of shapes, materials and color, and an elaborate layering of detail and styles reinforces the residential quality.The lobby is anchored by a pair of neutral-colored Michael Taylor sofas that boast refined curves. The look is punctuated by beautiful, lattice-backed occasional chairs by John Boone, and four elegant, art-modern club chairs with coral and white Fortuny fabric are the work of William Switzer. Also by Switzer, two exaggerated wing chairs in embossed yellow leather frame the original fireplace.Paying homage to The Mansion’s history, antique, stone-topped consoles original to the hotel were artfully restored and they take center stage in the new lobby design.The new color scheme is a soothing and warm palate that mixes buttery off-whites with light grays and sand colors, then adds The Mansion’s iconic peach color and coral, red, brown and black for furnishings and accents. Additional ranges of color are in the artwork, which purposefully contrast everything else in the spaces.Three decades ago, Mrs. Hunt was a leader in combining modern and traditional art displayed in a residential setting, and the same is true today. The Mansion’s art collection is an exclamation point to the interior design. Throughout the property – the restaurant, lobby and guestrooms and suites – stylish, colorful prints and original creations by Texas artists personalize each space.The lobby’s signature moment is in the hand-painted Chinese silk wallpaper by De Gournay. The pattern, custom painted to fit the lobby walls, is traditional, classic and compliments the platinum Brunschwig wallpaper in the Promenade. The seating areas are grounded by carpets in a modernized trellis pattern handmade in Thailand. They provide a contemporary counterpoint to the traditional wallpaper.The guest rooms are an extension of the lobby and dining spaces in both style and mood. Egyptian cotton sheets and residential furnishings in sumptuous fabrics set the standard in luxury. Calming, peaceful paint colors provide subtle continuity from the intimate, original home to the hotel rooms, and the look is pulled together with thoughtful accessories, art and attention to detail.It was important for the designers to carry The Mansion’s residential style throughout the property, and the look is achieved with detailed chairs and sofas, pretty lamps and furnishings one would find in the finest home. The spacious rooms are at once formal, without being fussy, and comfortable. A deliberate combination of fabric colors and textures and wood grains and finishes results in rooms that lead the industry in style and sophistication.“Those who have never been to The Mansion will feel like this is the legendary, iconic place they’ve always heard about, and those who’ve been coming for years will recognize it as the place they’ve always loved,” Booth said.The hotel redesign comes on the heels of the restoration of the historic Mansion Restaurant. In 2008, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek introduced the renovated Mansion Restaurant, which featured a mix of historic architectural details and modern art and lighting. In November 2009, Executive Chef Bruno Davaillon took the reins to lead the next generation of culinary excellence at The Mansion Restaurant.www.rosewoodhotels.com
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Richard Dreyfuss is set to star as the disgraced former stockbrocker, a major project must pass a review that certifies the need for the facility before moving on to designs. services.and the freedom to go to discos on Thursday night (No kidding: in my discussions with young Iranians that was item 1 on their agenda) It will also allow the United States to take a more balanced stance in the Middle East between the warring Sunni and Shi’ite sides We will no longer be tied to Saudi Wahhabis who have been undermining our position in the region and killing American troops through their surrogates for decades This position may not be in Israel’s best interests Israel is on the cusp of finding common cause with the Saudis and with good reason–Iran’s emissaries especially Hizballah threaten both countries But Israel’s best interests and ours while almost identical can be different AIPAC has been playing a dangerous game supporting what it perceives to be Israel’s best interests–I’m not sure an alliance with the shaky Saudis is such a good idea–while misapprehending those of the United States I don’t believe the AIPAC leadership is consciously guilty of dual loyalty–a classic anti-Semitic canard–but I don’t believe they’ve been thinking very clearly either And if they continue with their noisome often inaccurate and sometimes disgraceful opposition to this deal–if they maintain their alliance with the Republicans and continue to fight even after the game has ended–I suspect they will be inflicting a grievous wound on their organization A Nation Eager to Be Heard: Iran by Newsha Tavakolian Leaflets and campaign paraphernalia litter the floor of Heidarnia Stadium in Tehran after a rally just days before the presidential vote on June 14 Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME Yasaman Karimi 23 at a rally in Tehran for Mohammed Reza Aref Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME Iranian women at the 17th century shrine of Fatemeh Masoumeh in the holy Shiite city of Qum Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME A young woman in a car in the western part of Tehran where mostly middle class families live Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME A poster of Ayatullah Ali Khamenei looms over Tehran’s Enghelab Square Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME Young Iranians hang out in the western part of Tehran where mostly middle class families live Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME An Iranian teenager waiting to vote for the first time in his life Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME Supporters of former vice president Mohammad Reza Aref a day before he pulled out of the race to form a coalition with cleric Hassan Rouhani Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME A campaign rally for Saeed Jalili Iran’s nuclear negotiator at a stadium in Tehran Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME Supporters of Saeed Jalili chanted "No compromise no submission only Jalili" and held up flags of the Lebanese Hezbollah organization at a campaign rally for him in Tehran before the election Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME Supporters of Saeed Jalili at a campaign rally in Tehran Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME Young Iranians in Western Tehran The youth vote helped put Rouhani over the top Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME Supporters of Mohammad Reza Aref on the day before the election Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME Kian Rezaaei 21 a supporter of Hassan Rouhani helps get out the vote days before the presidential election Newsha Tavakolian—Polaris for TIME 1 of 14 Advertisement Contact us at editors@timecomSuicide in children though rare is the 10th leading cause of death for elementary school-aged kids in the US According to a study in a forthcoming issue of the journal Pediatrics it can’t be explained the same way for kids of all ages The researchers used the National Violent Death Reporting System to look at suicide data for children from 2003-2012 for 17 states in the US They then sorted the 693 cases and looked at two age groups: 5-11 which accounted for children in elementary school and early adolescents ages 12-14 Past research has indicated that the circumstances of suicide during these two life stages were not the same so the researchers wanted to find out how they differed for younger children TIME Health Newsletter Get the latest health and science news plus: burning questions and expert tips View Sample Sign Up Now Children of both age groups who died by suicide had several things in common Most were male most died at home and about one-third of them had diagnosed mental disorders Children in both age groups also had an identical likelihood 29%of telling another person their suicidal intentions But the researchers found distinct differences too Younger children who died by suicide were far more likely to be black than early adolescentsa surprising finding since suicide rates for young people are consistently higher in white Americans but one that bolsters recent data finding a rise of suicides in black children and a drop in white children”Theories surrounding the increase seen in the suicide rate among young black children are yet to be established” wrote Arielle Sheftall a postdoctoral research fellow at the Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Ohio and the study’s first author in an email to TIME “We are planning additional studies to investigate potential factors underlying this racial disparity in child suicide” An equally stark finding was that most of the children with mental illness who died by suicide had attention-deficit disorder not depression While about 60% of children in the younger group had ADD or ADHD only 33% had depression; in older kids 66% of them had depression and 29% had ADD or ADHD “This finding falls along developmental lines” Sheftall says “It suggests that children who die by suicide may be more vulnerable as a group to respond impulsively to interpersonal challenges” Younger kids were also more likely than their older peers to have relationship problems with family members or friends and much less likely to have troubles with girlfriends or boyfriends “Its important to ask children directly about suicide if there is a safety concern” Sheftall concludes “Parents school personnel and healthcare professionals need to know the warning signs of suicide”like sudden withdrawal from friends or activities extended unhappiness or increasing aggressiveness or irritability”and what steps to take when these signs are present” Contact us at editors@timecom June 24, Reuters Even before Russia, he believes that the universe didnt begin with a singularity that went bang, Video of the Lotterer-Vergne incident.
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Agriculture and Rural Development, Capitol Investment, opened fire in the Tree of Life synagogue Saturday morning Bowers has been taken into custody and charged with 29 counts related to federal hate crime laws including 11 counts of obstruction of religious beliefs resulting in death Outside the memorial hall hundreds of attendees who couldnt fit into the auditorium gathered in the rain to listen to the event on speakers while inside community leaders vowed to remain strong in wake of the massacre Rabbis from the three affected Tree of Life congregations spoke during the event Rabbi Jonathan Perlman Rabbi Jeffrey Myers and Rabbi Cheryl Klein Perlman who leads the New Light congregation commended the people of his congregation for their volunteerism and efforts in the local community “What happened yesterday will not break us” he said holding back tears “It will not ruin us We will continue to thrive and sing and worship and learn together and continue our historic legacy in this city with the friendliest people that we know” Myers who was leading services at Tree of Life minutes before the shooter entered said there were 12 people in his sanctuary when the mass murder started "I helped pull out the people that I could from the front" he said "But alas I had eight people in the back One fortunately survived Seven of my congregants were shot dead in my sanctuary My holy place has been defiled We will rebuild” Klein who leads Congregation Dor Hadash said the shooting left her "numb" The only reason she hadn’t been at Tree of Life during the shooting was because she was out of town celebrating Shabbat with her family she said Klein honored Jerry Rabinowitz who was killed in the shooting She said Rabinowitz died while trying to tend to the wounded calling him a "voice of reason" "Jerry defined what it is to be a mensch" she said Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto also spoke at the vigil to say the city will go to lengths to “eradicate any type of hate” “We will drive anti-semitism and the hate of any people back to the basement on their computer and away from the open discussions and dialogues around this city around the state and around the country” he said The efforts on part of other faith groups in Pittsburgh were highlighted during the event Wasi Mohamed executive director of the Islamic Center for Pittsburgh received a standing ovation after announcing that the Muslim community raised more than $70000 in an online campaign on behalf of the Jewish community to help families affected in the shooting "We realize that its such a tragic time These are our family money should not be an issue That should not be a concern Paying for a funeral or paying for medical costs that is not what should be focused on Its about mourning right now" Mohamed said "Were not going to stop We just want to know what you need Community leaders took time during the vigil to emphasize the need to be together in the wake of the massacre "After a raging anti-Semite shot up a holy place of worship on our Shabbat and murdered our extended Pittsburgh Jewish family we needed to be here because in times like these we need community" said Jeff Finkelstein CEO of Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh "We need the comfort of each other We need love not hate And we need that giant hug that this Pittsburgh Jewish community always gives" Write to Mahita Gajanan at mahitagajanan@timecomMumbai: Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Monday said India had failed to get international support on its issues with Pakistan and China despite Prime Minister Narendra Modi making friends with world leaders Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray PTI Thackeray whose party is a constituent of the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre and in Maharashtra also said it would be an injustice to the nation if the senior ally remained embroiled in elections and internal politics "What has happened which caused a severe unrest in Kashmir and has made the dragon (China) our enemy Are we lacking somewhere The PM roams around the world and has made many friends Then why is it that nobody is openly supporting us against these enemies" Thackeray asked in the second part of his interview to Sena mouthpiece Saamana "The BJP might be considering the Shiv Sena as its number one enemy That is why may be Pakistan and China have been ignored If they feel the Sena is a bigger enemy than these two nations it is their misfortune not mine" he said There has been nearly a month-long border standoff between India and China in the Sikkim sector which is seen as part of Chinese coercive tactics to change the status quo India has taken a strong stand against such a Chinese move According to Thackeray China’s strength cannot be ignored and India needs to make efforts to match it "If the ruling party remains stuck in elections and internal politics it will be an injustice to the nation. 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(@DailyMailUK) November 2, Our vote matters our choice matters the seat we take matters" Many of the millions who have used ride apps live in urban markets where residents were left feeling like their votes didnt matter in the last election and have turned to their wallets to feel a sense of agency So when Lyft’s massive rival Uber started becoming the subject of a relentless stream of bad headlines in late January some users started questioning Uber’s values as a company and looking around for an alternative "Were not the nice guys" Zimmer says "Were a better boyfriend" Lyft did its best to demonstrate that behavior during the final weekend in January President Trump had just issued his first controversial immigration order which temporarily banned refugees and limited travel from seven Muslim-majority countries and taxi drivers were striking in protest at New York City’s JFK airport on a Saturday along with crowds of angry locals That evening Uber sent out a tweet noting that the company was still offering rides to the airport and there would no surge pricing hikes that typically take effect in times of low supply and high demand Though Uber later explained that the move was meant to let riders know they still had a way to catch their flights and to show respect for the taxi drivers by making sure the company was not profiting off the strike much like the company limits surge prices during disasters Internet critics were fast to interpret the move as heartless strike-breaking behavior A #DeleteUber hashtag started trending Saturday night into Sunday morning as people shared screen shots of flushing the app off their phones on social media By some counts more than 200000 users left Uber as January gave way to February an exodus that Lyft employees started noticing in the form of an influx one boosted by the fact that Zimmer and Lyft CEO Logan Green decided to make a $1 million donation to the American Civil Liberties Union that same weekend Some of the companys employees cautioned against the donation suggesting that taking a political stance might alienate some users "There was risk" says Zimmer whose wife is in the US on a green card from Spain "and that was part of the reason we wanted to take action It should be more okay to stick your neck out" The executives scheduled an email on Saturday night that would announce the donation on Sunday morning as Uber CEO Travis Kalanick said that he would maintain a position on Trump’s business advisory council despite the “unjust” order "In our minds theres been a contrast in the values theres been a contrast in the type of business were building" says Zimmer "And so we werent shocked that there was a contrast Theres been that contrast" As media stories about the rival companies swirled that weekend Lyft saw a 40% increase in installations of the app the company says and more than a 60% increase in activations of the app (meaning people put in their credit card details so they can actually hail a ride) compared to what might normally be a low single-digit increase week over week The pop happened in New York first says VP of operations Woody Hartman before spreading to nearby cities like Boston and Philadelphia and then to the West Coast "where the ACLU investment or donation really resonated" Hartman says they questioned whether theyd see defectors in more conservative markets like the areas surrounding Atlanta and Dallas but downloads ticked up there too Employees scrambled to alert drivers through emails and texts both active ones and those that had lapsed that there would be increased demand knowing the company had one shot to deliver sufficient supply to new users if they were to keep them around The operations team offered bonuses to get drivers on the road and Hartman says that in major markets Lyft was generally able to hit three-minute-or-less wait times as Sunday evening rides gave way to Monday morning commutes That weekend marked a turning point for the company employees say one the company has been able to stick to in part because Uber has had so many tough PR days since then Some Lyft employees sat in disbelief as a female engineer who left Uber wrote a viral memo alleging sexism and mismanagement at the company; as Uber weathered allegations that it had deceived local government regulators through so-called "greyballing"; as CEO Travis Kalanick was caught lashing out at an Uber driver on a dash cam and made promises that he would "grow up"; and as Uber’s president left after less than a year on the job and early investors wrote an open letter criticizing "toxic patterns" in the companys culture Under pressure from riders and company employees alike Kalanick resigned from Trump’s advisory group On a March 21 conference call Uber board member Arianna Huffington and other company representatives said the company "must change" as reporters repeatedly asked whether the board was considering asking Kalanick to step down They acknowledged that relationships with many drivers are "frayed" and that the company was working to engage those workers in a "more human" way An investigation into company practices by former Attorney General Eric Holders law firm is ongoing they said expected to be concluded in April when those findings will be made public and shared with the press The ride-app market including Lyft has been blasted for plenty as a whole Both Lyft and Uber have been criticized for their employment practices including how they deal with worker status Drivers for both companies have been accused of racially discriminating Both have been challenged for not releasing reports on company diversity though both say those are forthcoming But Lyft has had a reputation as a more welcoming friendly company than “other rideshare programs” as one survey commissioned by the company put it since the ride-app war began From early days Uber and Lyft positioned themselves as different services even though they provide essentially the same function for customers Lyft founded in 2012 was all fist bumps and fluffy pink mustaches advertising ride-sharing as a way to build community and encouraging drivers to invite riders to sit in the front seat Uber launched in 2009 was all black-cars and cool factor advertising the promise that everyone deserves their own private driver the type of employee with whom one has little obligation to chitchat Lyft’s feel-good vibes certainly didn’t stop Uber from growing into the most valuable startup in the world worth more than $60 billion 10 times the valuation that Lyft reportedly is chasing And Zimmer says it took time for Lyft to realize that a reputation for warmth wouldn’t mean much until the company’s wait times and prices were as just as good as “the other guys” He says they are competitive on both those factors in US markets now and believes cultural “contrasts are becoming more and more important” Lyft has tried to play up those contrasts in the recent past as in ads released late last year that featured a thinly-veiled "Ride Corp" and painted Lyft as the bright-side alternative to callous guys hatching evil plans in a board room But Zimmer says the company is done with such attacks "Lets be Lyft and lets focus on our customer" Zimmer says "Thats what we can control and thats what ultimately is going to enable us to win Honestly Thats how we are" On Sunday Lyft announced a new feature called “Round Up & Donate” with a splashy ad in the New York Times In the app the ad explains users will have the option to round up their fare to the nearest dollar and donate that money to a specified charity The ad does not mention Uber by name but says “treating people better” is part of how Lyft does business There can be big drawbacks to overtly going after No 1 in a marketplace when a company is No 2 "Its often a thin line in a consumers mind between attacking the competitor" says Rohit Bhargava who teaches marketing at Georgetown University and runs a firm called the Non-Obvious Company "and attacking them as a consumer for buying from that competitor" Thats the kind of strategy better suited to a “very distant" No 2 or a No 3 trying to establish itself he says Lyft is still a pretty distant No 2 After the #DeleteUber hashtag started trending about 5% of Uber’s market share shifted to Lyft ("It may have been a little more than that" Zimmer says) according to TXN Solutions which tracks debit and credit card spending Still that meant Lyft was capturing about 20% of the ride app market to Ubers nearly 80% On the conference call amid the mea culpas the Uber representatives said the company has still experienced faster growth in the first quarter of 2017 than it did the previous year Though Lyft now covers areas where more than 70% of the US population lives Uber reached that point about two years ago But both have room to grow: though two-thirds of US adults had heard about ride apps by the beginning of last year according to Pew only 15% had actually used them Georgetown’s Bhargava believes that Uber has benefitted from what he calls passive loyalty the kind that exists out of convenience and can quickly evaporate when a consumer is given a reason and opportunity to go elsewhere "And the cost to switch in the case of Uber versus Lyft is pretty low" he says "You press a different button and you get your ride" Zimmer tells TIME that Lyft now has 40% of the market share in multiple US markets and that however ambitious it may seem the company is serious about plans to be the top ride-app in the US eventually When asked how he would characterize the historically fraught relationship between the two companies these days with headquarters about 15 minutes apart the talkative Zimmer goes quiet He pauses for a full twenty seconds "Were out to win" he says "And theyre our competition" Write to Katy Steinmetz at katysteinmetz@timecom BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Representatives of Argentina Canada Australia Mexico Chile and the United States 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