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At current prices, the clothing-to-foods giant trades on a rock-bottom forward P/E ratio of around 8 times.Experienced investors will know this meagre rating reflects Marks & Sparks’ frightening risk profile though. They’ll be aware that clothes sales continue to retreat as its competitors run rings around it in terms of both styling and price. So too, they’ll know that huge investment in premium grocery ranges by the UK’s supermarkets has smashed demand at the FTSE 250 firm’s Food division.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…More bad newsThe coronavirus outbreak of course has damaged trading at Marks & Spencer even more severely. It’s a development laid out in all its gory detail within latest trading details last month. Then, the company said pre-tax profit for the current fiscal year (to March 2021) “could be at or below the bottom end” of its estimates of between £440m and £460m.Fresh trading news released today from Primark owner Associated British Foods underline the difficulties Britain’s clothes sellers are currently experiencing. The FTSE 100 stalwart has had to eat a £284m writedown on its stock, due to store closures. It said some items exclusive to the spring/summer season, such as Father’s Day merchandise, would be hard to shift. Meanwhile, items already in store and on display would be ‘unsaleable’ when its stores reopen.Don’t expect a mighty comebackOne advantage M&S has over Primark is that its wares can at least be sold online. Don’t expect this to prove a magic wand for its current troubles however.This particular retailer still generates the lion’s share of profits from its stores. High Street rival Next makes around 55% of group profits from products sold through its website. It’s a phenomenon probably created by Marks & Spencer’s more mature customer base, a demographic which still spends the most amount of its cash in physical stores.Go ISA shopping elsewhereDon’t expect business to surge once the retail giant opens its store doors to the public again though. As I say, M&S has been on the defensive for years now as its wearable ranges have fallen out of fashion. A painful and prolonged UK recession from the second quarter on threatens to keep the tills quite quiet into the start of the new decade. It’s a problem that further Brexit uncertainty, and/or a disruptive exit from the European Union this year, could exacerbate.So you can keep Marks & Spencer and its mega-cheap shares I’m afraid. It has slumped an appalling 83% in value over the past five years. And there’s clearly little reason for them to break out of their long-term downtrend. 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Rector Shreveport, LA Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Tags Rector Pittsburgh, PA Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Featured Events Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Submit an Event Listing This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Submit a Press Release Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Rector Hopkinsville, KY Director of Music Morristown, NJ New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Palmer Trinity School proudly announces new appointments to its Board of Trustees, Jeffrey S. Bass, Esq., Sonia Escobio O’Donnell, Esq., and Harvey B. Sperling. In addition, Jack Brumbaugh has been named Trustee Emeritus.“We are privileged to be gaining these distinguished new trustees. Each has demonstrated an unswerving commitment to continuing our mission of academic excellence and social responsibility. Their exceptional records speak for themselves, and we look forward to their combined experience bringing much benefit to our school’s diverse community,” stated Michael Baiamonte, Chairman of the Board of Trustees.Jeffrey S. Bass is a founding member of Shubin & Bass, P.A. which represents individuals, businesses, governmental entities, and universities in all manner of commercial trial court litigation, administrative proceedings, and appellate matters. Bass serves as a commissioner for the Third District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission, where he was appointed by Gov. Jeb Bush in 2006, re-appointed by Gov. Charlie Crist, and where he continues to serve. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Duke University, and his law degree from the University of Miami.Sonia Escobio O’Donnell is an attorney at Carlton Fields Jorden Burt, and represents corporations in civil litigation at both the trial and appellate levels. She advises clients on issues of grand jury subpoenas and white collar defense. Previously, she was the Executive Assistant U.S. Attorney and Special Counsel to the U.S. Attorney. O’Donnell earned both her bachelor’s degree and a law degree from the University of Florida.New member Harvey B. Sperling is a noted educational consultant, author, and former Head of School at the University of Nashville, and the University School of Milwaukee. Sperling has served on numerous education boards, including the Independent Schools Association of the Central States. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado, his master’s degree from Washington University in St. Louis, and an honorary doctorate from the Milwaukee Institute of Arts and Design.Jack Brumbaugh, Trustee Emeritus, is a board certified civil trial attorney with the Miami/West Palm Beach firm of Richman Greer, P.A., where he serves as chairman of the firm’s Executive Committee. He served on Palmer Trinity School’s Board of Trustees from 1996 through 2006, including five years as chairman of the board, and in 2003 led a successful effort to purchase land for the 33-acre South Campus. 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Share Foreign Minister Kenneth Baugh KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Trinidad based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) may be called upon to adjudicate in the case where a Jamaican woman claimed she had been sexually abused by immigration officials when she landed in Barbados last month.The Gleaner quoted Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Minister, Kenneth Baugh, as saying that the matter involving 20-year-old Shanique Myrie could be headed to the CCJ if Bridgetown and Kingston cannot work out their differences.Responding to questions from opposition spokesman Anthony Hylton during last week’s meeting of the Standing Finance Committee of Parliament, Baugh declared that Jamaica is not backing down on the Myrie case.“It is my own discussion with you concerning the problem in Barbados; it’s going through a process. But eventually, it may well end up at the Caribbean Court of Justice and we both accept that we will take it to the degree if it becomes necessary,” Baugh said.This would be the first time that the Jamaican government would be taking a case to the CCJ since it was established in 2001.Myrie said she was subjected to two demeaning cavity searches by a female immigration officer when she arrived in Barbados on March 14. She has since retained the services of Hylton, who is the former minister of foreign affairs and foreign trade.Last month Jamaica sent a high level delegation to Bridgetown for talks with Barbadian authorities on the issue.Caribbean News Now 27 Views no discussions NewsRegional Jamaica threatens to take Barbados immigration abuse issue to the CCJ by: – April 26, 2011 Share Tweet Sharing is caring! Share
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – An opposition legislator says he intends to move a motion that will allow for the use of Jamaican expletives in dancehall.“This motion is important because this is our culture. Too many aspects of our culture have been unnecessarily vilified. These little things, these words contribute to the uniqueness of the Jamaican culture and is what sets us apart from countries across the world,” Dr Andre Haughton, told the Observer newspaper.He said he was influenced to do this after police warned Japanese sound system, Mighty Crown, not to use profanity during the Fully Loaded show earlier this month.The opposition legislator told the newspaper that he believes the dancehall space should be a place where artistes can express themselves and those who attend should be aware of what to expect.“When I say the dancehall space, I mean anywhere, wherever you can go get a permit and keep a party. We want to make it like how you have X-rated movies, that way people already know what dem a sign up for,” he said, noting that there are few people in Jamaica who are affected by the use of these ‘bad words’.Haughton said overseas these words are considered comical, noting “there are a lot of people who these words don’t affect in a negative or positive way.In July, Reggae Sumfest’s Dancehall Night was halted by police due to profanity during the performance of one of the singers and in the past the Trinidad-born US-based hip hop artiste Nicki Minaj was fined for using profanity on stage during her performance.“Jamaican people need to start focusing on substance over form. A lot of things here are just form with no real substance. People across the world a have how much festival and products with our culture an’ a profit off it while we vilify these harmless words,” he told the Observer newspaper.
(Visited 12 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 Over four thousand citizens of a Georgia district voted for Charles Darwin for Congress.The campaign was dreamed up by James Leebens-Mack, a plant biologist at the University of Georgia in Athens. As a member of the U.S. House of Representative’s Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, he was troubled, Science Now reported, by a speech he heard at a church by candidate Paul Broun,”deriding teachings on evolution, embryology, and the big bang theory as ‘lies straight from the pit of Hell.’”Leebens-Mack decided to “channel his outrage” against these “anti-science statements” by setting up a “Darwin for Congress” protest vote effort on Facebook. Broun “won comfortably” the Congressional seat, but the old father of evolution did garner at least 4,000 write-in votes, possibly many more.This begs a question that Science Now thought to ask: “Would Charles Darwin Have Made a Good Congressman?”Any dead man would be better than some of the members ruling our country. At least people could see Darwin’s intelligently designed bones, and he couldn’t tell any stories in his present condition.Supporters of creation, learn some decency and rhetorical strategy. It doesn’t help in any controversy to call your opponents’ views “lies from the pit of hell.” It just hands your opponents an opportunity to mock and get their retaliation published in Science. Let the outrage come from the Darwin Party, not you.
Science in Africa is to come under the spotlight through the AU Scientific Awards. (Image: Nasa)Two South African scientists have walked off with top honours at the inaugural African Union Scientific Awards. The awards programme was launched in September 2009, and the laureates were announced earlier in 2010.Witwatersrand University’s (Wits) Professor Diane Hildebrandt and Professor Patrick Eriksson of Pretoria University were singled out for the prestigious honour from 48 entries sent in from all over Africa.Two categories were judged – Life and Earth Sciences, which Eriksson won; and Basic Science, Technology and Innovation, which Hindebrandt won. Each received a prize worth US$100 000 (R731 061).President Jacob Zuma was quick to applaud the achievement of the two scientists during the awards ceremony, which took place in Addis Ababa during the 14th AU summit.“I say with pride that South Africans continue to display excellence in various fields in the international arena,” said the president.“On behalf of the South African people I wish to congratulate Professor Hildebrandt and Professor Eriksson, and wish them well in their endeavours to make Africa and the world a better place to live.”Top achieverHildebrandt, one of South Africa’s top chemical engineers, is a professor of sustainable process engineering in the School of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering, and is also co-director at the university’s Centre for Optimisation Modelling and Process Synthesis.She started her career as a process engineer at South Africa’s fuel giant Sasol and obtained her BSc, MSc and PhD in chemical engineering from Wits University. Her career at her alma mater now spans more than 20 years.Hildebrandt was the first woman chemical engineer to earn an A rating from the National Research Foundation. A prolific author, she has more than 50 papers to her name.Winning awards is not a novelty for her – she’s already been honoured with the Vice-Chancellor’s Researcher of the Year Award in 2002; the Bill Neale-May Gold Medal of the South African Institute of Chemical Engineers in 2000; the Meiring Naudé medal of the Royal Society of South Africa in 1997; the Distinguished Researcher Award of the University of the Witwatersrand in 1996; and the President’s Award of the Foundation for Research and Development in 1996 and 2010.“I’m grateful for the award and look forward to making further contributions to Africa and its development,” she said in an interview with University World News, adding that there are many scientists who strive to improve conditions for all Africans, often under difficult circumstances.Internationally respectedEriksson is head of Pretoria University’s Geology Department, a post he has held since 2006. He joined the department as a lecturer in 1982 and rose to a professorship 12 years later. Eriksson completed his PhD in 1984 and obtained a higher doctorate from Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich in 1998.He lectures in sedimentology and his research focuses on the evolution of Precambrian (sedimentary) basins. He is a member of the New York Academy of Sciences and a Fellow of the Geological Society of Africa, and still finds time to act as editor-in-chief of the Journal of African Earth Sciences.The National Research Foundation gave him an A research rating in 2007.Well respected on an international level, he founded the Global Precambrian Sedimentation Syndicate in 1997, an informal working group comprising 16 eminent scientists from South Africa, the US, UK, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Brazil, Australia, and India.Accepting the AU award, Eriksson paid tribute to his peers on the continent.Boosting African scienceThe AU Scientific Awards programme is aimed at inspiring the continent’s best minds to bigger and better achievements, and also celebrates their efforts to boost entrepreneurship in science and research, attract investment into African science, and establish scientific centres of excellence in Africa.The African Academy of Sciences, Twas (formerly the Third World Academy of Sciences) bureau in Africa, and the Network of African Science Academies adjudicated the awards.Winners are selected according to several criteria, including the number of publications they have written or co-written, the number of graduate research students they have mentored, and the relevance of their work in tackling the challenges facing the African continent as well as the ease of application.Besides the AU Science Award, also up for grabs are the AU Young Scientist Award, handed out on a national level to promising researchers under 35 years of age, and the AU Woman Scientist Award, which is region-based. These prizes fall into the same two categories as the main accolade.
Related Posts Follow the Puck Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Tags:#grit#Hampshire#Internet of Things#IoT#Libelium#Mayflower#Sensor#Waspmote#weather#Winchester#winter#Zigbee Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You… A new deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) weather sensors may reduce the amount of unnecessary sanding of roads in Winchester, a city located in the southern coast of the UK.Hampshire County Council is working with a consortium of companies, including Amey, Mayflower, and Libelium, to reduce the amount of grit used in the winter. Mayflower will be deploying the IoT sensors and Libelium is providing the sensor platform.See Also: PARC secures federal funding to develop peel-and-stick sensorsLibelium’s Waspmote Plug & Sense! Sensor Platform, coupled with the Weather Station WS-300 and Smart Agriculture PRO hardware, is able to provide highway maintenance with highly precise and accurate data on the weather near to the highway.This, according to Libelium, “enables highway maintenance teams to make more informed gritting decisions” and reduce the amount of time spent gritting the road.Most maintenance teams still use the Met Office to track the weather, but the tracking data can vary in temperature by up to 15-degrees in some areas. This creates situations where grit is unnecessarily placed on roads.The effects of over-gritting are two fold: it saves the council money to spend on other services and it reduces the carbon footprint, by lowering the amount of vans on the road or awaiting orders. Exact percentages of grit saved have not been publicized, we can expect more information after winter 2017.Mayflower will be deploying several of the IoT sensors onto main highways in the Winchester area. From there, maintenance teams will be able to see temperature, humidity, and other weather data in real-time, through the Sentilo platform, based on Amazon Web Services.Initial outcomes have been “very encouraging”, according to Rob Humby, executive member for the Environment and Transport at Hampshire County Council. The results may push other councils to look at adopting the technology in their own counties.Mayflower and Libelium also see the possibility of expanding to Nordic countries, where the climate is much colder and grit is deployed more heavily in the winter. David Curry Small Business Cybersecurity Threats and How to…
Handed a comprehensive defeat by India, Australian cricket captain Ricky Ponting has predicted that there is no stopping Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s men now and they will beat Pakistan before lifting the World Cup after a gap of 28 years.”India played well as a team and deserved victory. We were not good enough (to win). Going forward they will be pretty hard to beat. They will beat Pakistan in the semifinal and go on to win the World Cup now,” Ponting said at the post-match press conference after Australia were knocked out of the World Cup by India here last night.”India have a very good batting line up. We played very competitive cricket tonight but I’m disappointed with the two successive losses (against Pakistan in their last league game and today against India),” he said after his side’s five-wicket loss in a high-octane World Cup quarterfinal.Devastated to finish on the losing side in what was probably his last World Cup game but defiant nonetheless, Ponting insisted that the loss should not be construed as the end of an era in his country’s cricket.”It’s a bit premature to say it was the end of an era for Australian cricket, it was a pretty good game tonight. I do not think we were far away from winning the game against a very good Indian team on their home soil. I think it’s a bit too early to say it’s the end of an era,” said Ponting.He said he would not be playing in the next World Cup but ruled out quitting one-day cricket.advertisement”I am not quitting one-day cricket but this is probably my last World Cup game. I will be happy to look back after retirement that I made a century in my last innings in the World Cup,” Ponting said.Ponting said his side had chances to win the game and they were devastated by the loss.”We had great expectations from the game. We were a well organized group. We are devastated. We found it difficult to get momentum. Not performing at critical moments cost us the game. We did not grab our opportunities,” he said.”We were 15 to 20 runs short with the bat. 250-260 was a good total but we lost wickets at bad time and never got the momentum going. We did not execute the plans properly,” said the 36-year-old Tasmanian who scored a superb 104 after having struggled in the earlier part of the tournament.The Australian captain felt the schedule of the tournament could have been spread out better but said that that cannot be an excuse for his side’s crashing out in the quarterfinals.”The schedule did not help us. But that cannot be put as an excuse for the loss. Over the last ten days my team has played four games. It would have been nice to have them (games) evenly spread out,” he said.He sympathised with his key fast bowler Brett Lee who had made a great effort to get back into the team after a 14-month injury lay-off.”Brett has given a lot for Australian cricket during his entire career and at times coming back after big injuries. He will be shattered as he has worked very hard to get here,” he said.-With PTI inputs
“It’s the best decision I’ve ever made,” said De Leon who was named the Finals MVP of the season. “I’m so happy that coach O (Oliver Almadro) still called me up because he had a choice not to and he had a choice to replace me.”De Leon rewarded Almadro’s trust by embracing the captain role and leading the Lady Eagles to a league-best 12-2 record en route to the team’s third title in six years.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsAteneo’s emotional leader had six points in her final game of the season and averaged 7.7 points in the three games of the finals.“Coach O really called me up, I still remembered that day when he did and I’m still thankful for coach O for still wanting me to be part of the team,” said De Leon. MOST READ LATEST STORIES DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Catholic schools seek legislated pay hike, too ‘Rebel attack’ no cause for concern-PNP, AFP “I can’t say no to coach O. It was really the best decision I’ve ever made. We’re here and we did it.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess Two-day strike in Bicol fails to cripple transport Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Ateneo’s Kat Tolentino overcomes 3 ACL tears on way to 1st UAAP title Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netMANILA, Philippines—If there ever was a decision that Bea De Leon didn’t regret, it was her choice to stay with Ateneo for her fifth and final year.De Leon’s decision to play out her final year resulted into winning the UAAP Season 81 title after the Lady Eagles beat University of Santo Tomas, 25-17, 25-22, 25-22, in Game 3 of the finals Saturday at Mall of Asia ArenaADVERTISEMENT PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd PLAY LIST 02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd00:50Trending Articles00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss