DavidsTea reports 10 million net loss in first results since boardroom showdown

first_imgMONTREAL – DavidsTea has reported a $10 million net loss in the first results since founder Herschel Segal took back control of the company’s board.The Montreal-based retailer said Thursday the results for the quarter that ended Aug. 4 works out to a loss of 39 cents per share, compared with a $5.6 million, or 22 cent per share, loss for the same quarter last year.Comparable sales were down 14.8 per cent after its product offering “did not resonate with customers,” it was less promotional, and it had less product available for its semi-annual sale, the company said.Segal, whose Rainy Day Investments owns 46 per cent of DavidsTea shares, clashed with other significant shareholders earlier this year on company leadership, board composition, and the direction of the company.His slate of directors won by 54 per cent in a vote at its June annual meeting, prompting CEO Joel Silver to resign after the results were announced and Segal said he would step into the role of interim CEO.Since June, the company has shuffled head office to put more senior leaders in marketing, buying and product development to help turn the company around, said Segal on an earnings call Thursday.“We have begun collaborative work to reverse the tide of recent negative quarterly results.”In August, the company said it would start selling its products in 450 Loblaws stores as it looks to push further into the tea bag market in addition to its traditional loose-leaf sales.Segal said a search for a replacement CEO is ongoing, as is a search for a replacement for its CFO Howard Tafler, who will leave at the end of the month.At the end of July, shareholders representing 12.8 per cent of the company, filed suit in Quebec Superior Court against Segal and Rainy Day Investments, seeking to have him removed as executive chairman of the board and a new slate of directors be elected.last_img read more

UN takes note of claims made against Sri Lankan Army

The United Nations (UN) says it will take note of allegations made against the Sri Lanka Army.Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General said this in response to a question raised on new allegations accusing the Army of being involved in torture. Alleagtions were raised yesterday that several Sri Lankan men had been tortured while the current Government was in office. (Colombo Gazette) The UN was asked what action is taken to ensure troops involved in UN peacekeeping operations are not involved in torture since Sri Lankan troops are part of the UN peacekeeping mission. “As a matter of course, there is screening done in partnership with DPKO [Department of Peacekeeping Operations] and DFS [Department of Field Support] on ensuring that none of the troops that are committed to UN peacekeeping have any human rights abuses, allegations or issues hanging over their head.  So, that’s a screening process,” Dujarric said. read more

UN aid chief urges action to stem suffering in Occupied Palestinian Territories

Mr. Egeland, reflecting on more than two decades of travel to the region, said he had never felt such a sense of disillusionment, despair and hatred as on his last mission there in July.Calling the situation in Gaza severe, he said a cessation of hostilities and the release of the captured Israeli soldiers were needed. The humanitarian community also needed better access to Gaza, especially since the “hermetically sealed” Karni crossing made people feel like they were living in a cage, he added.During his visit to Gaza in July, Mr. Egeland called Israel’s military offensive there a “disproportionate use of force” but emphasized that all sides in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict were guilty of violating humanitarian law.

Ten Thousand Coffees connects students industry leaders

Ten Thousand Coffees founder Dave Wilkin (left), and John Betts, CEO of McDonald’s Canada, chat over a coffee while discussing the new program.Imagine being a Brock University student, recent graduate or young professional and going for coffee with Rick Mercer?How about a Skype conversation with the CEO of a multinational company?It’s now possible thanks to Ten Thousand Coffees, an initiative designed to bridge the gap between the leaders of today and the social generation.“What we’ve heard from students is it’s a very difficult process to go through networking as it is today,” founder Dave Wilkin said. “There’s so much talent in college and university, but traditional mediums aren’t allowing them to break through.”Launched only two months ago, the company matches young people (novices) looking to establish themselves with business leaders and industry professionals (experts).Novices can meet experts for coffee or chat electronically, discussing ideas and building partnerships and mentorships that are mutually beneficial.“They all talked about how they wanted to learn about the next generation, and the way they were doing it was coffee chats,” Wilkin said of the experts.The idea is taking off.There are already more than 1,000 of Canada’s top experts from over 700 companies and 30 industries signed up.All students, recent grads and young professionals have to do is sign up and find someone from a field of interest with whom they can meet.“We provide them with the ability to contact experts and allow them to learn about them in ways they couldn’t find online,” Wilkin said. “(The) request process helps students and recent grads showcase themselves.”Some experts who planned to meet for coffee a few times a month are doing so a few times a week, Wilkin said.Having one-on-one conversations over coffee (or online) helps eliminate some of the awkwardness and intimidation.“It’s way beyond having contact info. It’s learning about them and how to position yourself,” Wilkin said. “It could be anything. Not just jobs, but mentorship, insight, knowledge and being able to help industry leaders change their businesses.”So far, young people from over 400 cities and institutions from across Canada – including Brock – have signed up.Campus meet-ups will soon be available for students to meet business and industry leaders.“We’re excited to meet people from the Brock community … who want to raise their hand and meet with community leaders,” Wilkin said. “There’s such great caliber and a community at Brock, the time is now to join the movement and tell us how we can help.” read more

Mens soccer Ohio State looking for redemption in Big Ten tournament against

OSU senior forward Christopher Soldat slides for the ball during the Buckeyes game against Akron on Oct. 26. Credit: Harrison Reber | For The LanternThe Ohio State men’s soccer team enters the Big Ten tournament this Sunday at 1 p.m., as they take on Wisconsin in the quarterfinals. The rematch in Madison will come just one week after the Buckeyes fell to the Badgers 2-1 in the final match of the regular season.  “We have a week to prepare and talk about how we can do things differently but so do they,” OSU coach John Bluem said. “They won, so are they going to be overconfident? Are we going to have more motivation since we lost up there? It’s an interesting problem for both teams.”The Badgers were aggressive last time against the Buckeyes, outshooting OSU 15-3 in the opening period and taking a 2-0 lead as a result. The second half seemed to flip the field, as OSU outshot Wisconsin 12-4 and closed the gap by scoring a late goal. “Statistically, we outshot them and out-possessioned them and all that in the second half,” Bluem said. “For 25 minutes we had a man advantage, and that really gave us the opportunity to take over the game. Unfortunately, we were only able to come up with the one goal.”Wisconsin finished the season with a 10-3-3 record (4-2-2 Big Ten). They outscored their opponents 25-12 on the year, with an 8-0-1 record in Madison. The Badgers are led by midfielder Christopher Mueller. The junior Illinois-native has scored a team-high six goals through the team’s 16 games. Mueller also leads his team in assists with 10. Despite the wound remaining fresh from the recent defeat at the hands of Wisconsin, the Buckeyes are excited for the rematch. “Outside of our lackadaisical start, we really took it to them,” senior forward Christian Soldat said. “It was a real hard-fought game between two teams. It always feels great to get revenge on their field and knock them out and hopefully advance to the semifinals.”The team knows its only chance at making the NCAA tournament is to win the Big Ten tournament. For the seniors especially, they do not want the season to end this weekend. “Nobody wants it to be your last game,” senior forward Danny Jensen said. “Right now, a lot of it is on the shoulders of the seniors. We are the old guys who have been through it all. If the seniors step up, I think we should be pretty good.”The Buckeyes have won the Big Ten tournament three times (2000, 2007, 2009). They have an overall record of 18-20-2 in their 25 appearances in the tournament. OSU earned the No. 1 seed in last year’s tournament, advancing to the championship match before falling to Maryland 2-0 in Columbus. While this year’s team may not have had the type of season they had hoped, earning them the sixth seed, the Buckeyes are still extremely confident they have what it takes to win the championship. “There is no doubt that we have a chance to win this tournament,” Soldat said. “We have played every single game close to the chest and have had a chance to win every single game. With this team fighting hard and getting players back from injury, there is no doubt that we can make a run all the way and win.” read more

Charlie Gards parents angry that babys lawyer is head of charity that backs

first_imgCharlie Gard suffers from a rare condition Credit:PA Charlie Gard Charlie Gard  Mrs Butler-Cole said she was unable to comment while the High Court case was ongoing.Today Dr Michio Hirano, an American neurologist, who claims to have pioneered an experimental treatment he says can help Charlie, will examine the boy after flying in from New York.Compassion in Dying said it was wrong to suggest there was any conflict of interest between Mrs Butler-Cole’s role in representing Charlie’s guardian in court and her view that adults with full mental capacity should be allowed to plan their own death.A charity spokesman said: “There are clear differences between this case, the work of Dignity in Dying and the work of Compassion in Dying. The Charlie Gard case is about making decisions in the best interests of a seriously ill child.”The High Court ruled in April that Charlie should be allowed to “die with dignity”, a decision confirmed by the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights. A source close to the parents told The Daily Telegraph: “The family find it astonishing that the quango that appointed the barrister to act in the interests of Charlie Gard is the chairman of Compassion in Dying, the sister body of Dignity in Dying, formerly known as the Voluntary Euthanasia Society. The implication is obvious. It looks like a profound conflict of interest.” Charlie Gard’s parents have privately expressed their concern after discovering that the lawyer appointed to represent their 11-month-old son in court heads a charity that backs assisted dying. Victoria Butler-Cole, who speaks on Charlie’s behalf in court, is chairman of Compassion in Dying, a sister organisation to Dignity in Dying which campaigns for a change in the law to make assisted dying legal in the UK. Dignity in Dying used to be called the Voluntary Euthanasia Society.The two charities share the same chief executive and media team and trustees – such as Mrs Butler-Cole – can only sit on one charity if they support the aims of the other. Mrs Butler-Cole was appointed to the role by the publicly-funded state body Cafcass which acts in the best interests of children in court cases. Charlie Gard is being cared for at Great Ormond Street HospitalCredit:PA Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. But Great Ormond Street referred the case back to the High Court after Dr Hirano, backed by other experts, claimed the ground-breaking therapy might help Charlie. Connie Yates and Chris Gard, from Bedfont, in west London, believe they, as his parents, should speak for Charlie in court hearings that are deciding his fate. They don’t believe their son should have a guardian representing him in court.Charlie suffers from a rare genetic condition that has left him severely disabled and suffering brain damage.Great Ormond Street Hospital is seeking to switch off his life support machine and has been backed in court by Charlie’s state-appointed guardian, represented by Mrs Butler-Cole. Show more last_img read more

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La console qui transforme liPad en table de mixage

first_imgLa console qui transforme l’iPad en table de mixageBehringer sort des consoles portables compatibles avec iPad très impressionnantes, puisqu’elles comportent plusieurs centaines de boutons et permettent de mixer sa musique comme un pro.iX3242USB, iX2442USB et iX1642USB, ce sont les noms des trois nouvelles tables de mixage de Behringer. Appartenant à sa gamme de XENYX iX de mixers, ces consoles se connectent directement à l’iPad comme un dock. Elles permettent d’enregistrer ou de mixer du son grâce à la prise audio USB stéréo intégrée. Il suffit de la connecter à un PC ou MAC pour enregistrer tout signal musical. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Le nouveau moteur KLARK-TEKNIK FX permet 32 types de modifications, comme la réverbération, le chorus, le flange, le delay, l’augmentation du pitch et bien d’autres choses encore. Il permet également un contrôle complet de l’equalizer et une analyse spectrale complète. L’appareil est également doté d’un micro de bonne qualité, capable d’enregistrer des dynamiques de 130dB entre 10 Hz et 200 kHz.Plus en détail, les trois appareils sont des modèles 16 pistes pour le iX1642, 24 pistes pour le iX2442 et 32 pour le iX3242. Le prix n’a pas été annoncé, mais il sera sans doute affiché à côté du modèle de démonstration au NAMM 2012 (National Association of Music Merchants Show), un salon sur la technologie musicale, qui a commencé le 19 janvier. Behringer aura sans doute bien d’autres bijoux à y présenter.Le 22 janvier 2012 à 12:45 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Woman robbed at gunpoint at Hialeah home 2 at large

first_imgHIALEAH, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are looking for two masked men who, they said, robbed a woman at her Hialeah home at gunpoint.According to Hialeah Police, the 46-year-old victim opened the front door at her home to find a gun being pointed at her, Friday morning.That’s when, investigators said, the men barged in, hit her over the head with a flower vase and ransacked her bedroom.The duo took off with several items.The victim was treated at the scene with minor injuries.If you have any information on this robbery, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Pink Magazine Shuts Down Print Magazine

first_imgPink, a five-year-old, 100,000-circ magazine targeting professional women, has announced it will no longer publish the print edition. Instead, the company will divert resources into its digital and event properties.The August-September issue, currently hitting the newsstands, will be its last. The magazine struck a deal with Meredith to fulfill remaining subscriptions with More magazine. “We’ve always loved More,” said CEO Cynthia Good in an e-mail. “And the feeling (so I’ve heard) has been mutual. We have been reaching a similar demo so it’s a great fit! Our online audience skews a bit younger.”In the meantime, Good plans to plow resources back into the digital properties, which, she said, is where the real opportunity is. The Little Pink Book e-newsletter currently reaches 750,000 subscribers and, said Good, has an open rate of five times the industry norm. Going all digital, says Good, is a decision based on reader and advertiser feedback. “Little PINK Book actually reaches more women than the magazine  ever did. Putting our full resources into LPB results from the demands of our business partners and our readers.” The staffing impact, according to Good, is minimal, with some positions being “moved around.”These days, companies often hold out hope for reintroducing a print brand when the economy gets better. AMI, which recently shut down Mom & Baby, plans to resurrect it when business turns around, carefully noting that the magazine is merely suspended, not closed. Not so for Pink. “I believe the magazine business as we know it is over, and it’s time to change the media in order to save the message” said Good in a statement.Going forward, Good plans to double the size of its audience by the end of 2009.last_img read more

Capitol Press Club Hosts Anniversary Gala

first_imgThe Capital Press Club will hold its 70th Anniversary Gala Awards Reception Dec. 4 at the National Press Club Ballroom located at 529 14th Street N.W. The reception is titled, “70 Years in the Black: Telling Our Own Stories, Pleading Our Own Cause.’” Honorees include SimeonBooker, pioneering editor from JET Magazine; Dr. Barbara Reynolds, founding editor of USA Today; J.C. Hayward, anchorwoman with WUSA; April Ryan, White House correspondent with American Urban Radio Networks; Richard Prince, columnist with the Maynard Institute; Denise Rolark Barnes, publisher of the Washington Informer; Paul Brock, journalist; Joe Madison, radio talk show host on SiriusXM Urban View and Roy Lewis, photographAFRO Sr for the Black Press.last_img

Simulations suggests Venus may once have had an ocean

first_img The planet Venus today has a barren landscape and is extremely hot—likely too hot to harbor life. But the researchers with this new effort believe that at some point in the distant past, there was enough cloud cover over the planet to make surface conditions cool enough to support an ocean.As the researchers note, Venus rotates very slowly compared to Earth—one Venus day takes approximately 116 days on Earth. This is one of the factors the researchers took into consideration as they built their model. They also added other factors such as carbon dioxide levels, heat from the sun and estimated water on the planet—along with data from prior work resulting in theories regarding how planets form. Most such theories suggest that rocky planets like Venus would have been extremely hot during their early stages due to the energy involved in their formation. The researchers assumed that was the case for Venus and attempted to recreate those early conditions in their simulation to show what might have happened as the planet cooled.The researchers note that if early Venus had the same amount of carbon dioxide as today, it would be enough to allow for water to exist on the surface under cooler conditions—and if there were sufficient cloud cover, the simulation showed, the planet would need just 30 percent of the mass of the Earth’s oceans to form its own shallow ocean. The researchers acknowledge that the computer simulations do not prove Venus had an ocean, but instead merely suggest it was possible. To date, multiple craft have made landings on the planet’s surface (the Soviet Union’s Venera series in the 1970s and early 1980s) but none were capable of digging beneath the surface to see how much water was there, if any. If enough was found, it would strongly bolster theories regarding the possibility of an ancient ocean. (Phys.org)—A team of researchers with Université Paris-Saclay has found evidence suggesting that the planet Venus may once have had an ocean. In their paper published in Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, the group describes entering a multitude of data into a computer simulation and running it using different parameters, showing the likelihood that Venus once had a thick cloud cover and a thin ocean. Explore further This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Credit: NASA Mystery of rare volcanoes on Venus © 2017 Phys.org More information: A. Salvador et al. The relative influence of H2 O and CO2 on the primitive surface conditions and evolution of rocky planets, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets (2017). DOI: 10.1002/2017JE005286AbstractHow the volatile content influences the primordial surface conditions of terrestrial planets and, thus, their future geodynamic evolution is an important question to answer. We simulate the secular convective cooling of a 1-D magma ocean (MO) in interaction with its outgassed atmosphere. The heat transfer in the atmosphere is computed either using the grey approximation or using a k-correlated method. We vary the initial CO2 and H2O contents (respectively from 0.1 × 10−2 to 14 × 10−2 wt % and from 0.03 to 1.4 times the Earth Ocean current mass) and the solar distance—from 0.63 to 1.30 AU. A first rapid cooling stage, where efficient MO cooling and degassing take place, producing the atmosphere, is followed by a second quasi steady state where the heat flux balance is dominated by the solar flux. The end of the rapid cooling stage (ERCS) is reached when the mantle heat flux becomes negligible compared to the absorbed solar flux. The resulting surface conditions at ERCS, including water ocean’s formation, strongly depend both on the initial volatile content and solar distance D. For D > DC, the “critical distance,” the volatile content controls water condensation and a new scaling law is derived for the water condensation limit. Although today’s Venus is located beyond DC due to its high albedo, its high CO2/H2O ratio prevents any water ocean formation. Depending on the formation time of its cloud cover and resulting albedo, only 0.3 Earth ocean mass might be sufficient to form a water ocean on early Venus. Citation: Simulations suggests Venus may once have had an ocean (2017, August 2) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2017-08-simulations-venus-ocean.htmllast_img read more

Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court gives tax reform bill the goahead

first_imgThe Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court declared on Friday that Costa Rica’s tax reform bill is constitutional. The bill will now go back to congress, where enough legislators have announced their support for the bill for it to pass.The court ruled on three issues put forward by legislators who claimed the bill violated the constitution. One of the main issues put forward was that the bill affected the judiciary’s independence. Costa Rica’s Plenary Court made that ruling in mid-October. This caused doubt about the bill’s chances of passing, since the ruling meant it would need a supermajority of 38 votes to pass a second congressional debate.This uncertainty surrounding the proposed bill caused Costa Rica’s credit rating to drop and the currency passed 600 colones per U.S. dollar for the first time in history in early November.Friday’s ruling means that the bill now needs a simple majority to pass. Enough legislators from multiple parties have already declared they will vote to approve the bill.To find out more about what’s in the tax reform bill, check out our episode of The Tico Times Dispatch on the topic: The bill is meant to address Costa Rica’s growing public deficit. The country finished 2017 with a deficit of 6.2 percent of GDP in 2017 and is expected to grow to 7.2 percent at the end of this year. The Central Bank of Costa Rica warned that if the deficit isn’t contained and some type of tax reform isn’t passed, the country would face an economic downturn.The bill also sparked a nationwide strike that started on Sept. 10. The strike was organized by public-sector unions and caused major disruptions throughout the country. There were sparks of violence between protesters and police, and President Carlos Alvarado was violently confronted by protesters.Albino Vargas, secretary general of the Union of Public and Private employees and one of the main architects of the strike, announced on Twitter that he was still planning to oppose the bill: Parece que, próximamente, tendremos que apelar, fuertemente, a la DEMOCRACIA DE LAS CALLES, con mayor intensidad y profundidad.— Albino Vargas (@AlbinoVargasB) November 23, 2018The bill will now return to congress for a second debate. If it passes, it will go to President Alvarado’s desk for final approval, marking his first major legislative victory since he took office in May.Thanks for reading The Tico Times. We strive to keep you up to date about everything that’s been happening in Costa Rica. We work hard to keep our reporting independent and groundbreaking, but we need your help. The Tico Times is partly funded by you and every little bit helps. If all our readers chipped in a buck a month we’d be set for years. Support the Tico Times Facebook Commentscenter_img Related posts:Supreme Court bans use of national symbols in liquor ads Costa Rica’s Supreme Court orders release of Nicaraguan unjustly imprisoned for 17 months Refusing to hire obese man is not discrimination, Costa Rican court finds Costa Rican government seeks agreement with unions to end strikelast_img read more

Libyan alQaida suspects convicted in Tunisia

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