CoucheTard firstquarter profit up from year ago increases dividend

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Couche-Tard first-quarter profit up from year ago, increases dividend by The Canadian Press Posted Aug 30, 2013 9:52 am MDT MONTREAL – Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. (TSX:ATD.B, TSX:ATD.A) increased its quarterly dividend Friday as it reported its first-quarter profits more than doubled compared with a year ago, boosted by the acquisition of Statoil Fuel & Retail.The convenience store company increased its dividend by 1.25 cents to 8.75 cents per share.The improvement came as Couche-Tard, which keeps its books in U.S. dollars, reported a first-quarter profit of US$255 million or $1.35 per share, up from a profit of $102.9 million or 57 cents per share a year ago.Excluding non-recurring items, the company said it would have earned $220 million for the quarter, up from $182 million.“The numerous improvement efforts deployed in Europe enabled us to turn around the negative trend in in-store sales as well as fuel volume” chief executive Alain Bouchard said.“In North America, we have been very active in terms of pricing strategies to support in-store traffic growth, which has allowed us to record an increase in same-store merchandise sales but which also had the adverse impact of reducing our margin percentage of the first quarter.”Revenue grew to $8.90 billion for the quarter ended July 21, up from $6.01 billion in the same period last year.Same-store merchandise revenue was up 2.7 per cent in the U.S., 0.7 per cent in Canada and 1.9 per cent in Europe.Meanwhile, same-store fuel volume sales were up 1.2 per cent in the U.S., up 1.8 per cent in Europe and down 0.4 per cent in Canada.Couche-Tard shares closed up $3.38 or nearly six per cent at $60.74 on the Toronto Stock Exchange.RBC Capital Markets analyst Irene Nattel said the results were better than expected, helped by better than expected gas margins in the U.S. and a lower than expected depreciation and tax rate.“Alimentation Couche-Tard reported a good quarter,” she wrote in a report to clients.Nattel also noted that the company disclosed creation of a joint venture to develop its presence in Asia.During the quarter, Couche-Tard said it set up a new Circle K Asia in which it holds a 50 per cent stake and invested $13.2 million to help launch it with an unnamed partner.Couche-Tard has more than 4,500 company-operated stores in North America and 1,600 locations in Europe. read more

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A more flexible UN can have real positive impact on the ground

Mr. Vejonis noted that for people to fully realize their potential, they need a stable and secure environment – adding that UN resources often go to managing and responding to crises, instead of preventing them. He emphasized that conflict prevention must be at the core of UN action, saying “saving human lives and upholding human dignity must be our common priority.” He expressed Latvia’s deep concern over nuclear proliferation, strongly condemning all nuclear tests and ballistic missile launches by Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. While saying that a peaceful and diplomatic solution to this situation is a “a priority,” he noted that in the meantime, “all States must fully implement relevant UN Security Council resolutions.” Mr. Vejonis also reiterated Latvia’s call for “long overdue” Council reform and encouraged “especially the veto-wielding members” to move beyond their domestic interests to address global challenges. He spoke about the rules-based security order in Europe, underscoring the territorial integrity of independent States, and calling Russia’s “unprovoked aggression against its neighbours” a serious breach of international security rules. The Latvian President concluded by underscoring that all Member States must work together to ensure that the UN adapt to a changing global environment, focus on priorities and deliver results. Full statement available here read more

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Thesis defences – March 26 to 30

The following is a list of thesis defences taking place at Brock’s Goodman School of Business from March 26 to 30.All are open for the University community to attend.Organizational studies thesis defenceOrganizational studies student Sunyoung (Sonya) Pyo will defend her Master of Science thesis, “Institutionalizing people: Professional identity development of postdoctoral scientists,” Wednesday, March 28 at 2:15 p.m. in PL 600F.The examination committee includes Madelyn Law, Associate Professor of Health Sciences (chair); Maxim Voronov, Professor of Management (supervisor); Trish Ruebottom, Associate Professor of Management; Narongsak (Tek) Thongpapanl, Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Programs and Professor of Marketing and Product Innovation; and Bob Hinings, Professor Emeritus, University of Alberta (external examiner). read more

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Taylor Decker suffers MCL sprain in win against Purdue

Sophomore right tackle Taylor Decker (68) walks back to the locker room after injuring his right knee during a game against Purdue Nov. 2 at Ross-Ade Stadium. OSU won, 56-0.Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editorThe No. 4-ranked Ohio State football team (9-0, 5-0) went unblemished on the scoreboard in defeating Purdue, 56-0, Saturday, but heads into its second bye week of the season with some injury concerns.The health of sophomore right tackle Taylor Decker, who suffered a sprained MCL during the third quarter of the game, is the most notable injury from the win, while junior defensive lineman Michael Bennett and linebacker Curtis Grant also went down.With OSU holding a 49-0 lead late in the third quarter, Decker was the only starting offensive lineman still in the game when he suffered the injury. He received medical attention before walking off the field with the assistance of trainers. Although he eventually walked back to the locker room without assistance, Decker had a noticeable limp and did not return to the game.OSU coach Urban Meyer said Saturday he expects Decker to be out “for a week or so,” a timetable which could put Decker on track to be back in the lineup when the Buckeyes play their next game against Illinois (3-5, 0-4) in Champaign, Ill., Nov. 16. If Decker is unable to suit up against the Fighting Illini, it will be the first time in 2013 that OSU will have had to replace someone on the offensive line.Decker is not OSU’s first offensive starter to suffer an MCL sprain this season, however. After suffering an MCL sprain of his own against San Diego State Sept. 7, junior quarterback Braxton Miller missed OSU’s following two games versus California and Florida A&M, respectively.Decker was playing alongside four backups — redshirt-junior left tackle Darryl Baldwin, redshirt-freshman left guard Pat Elflein, sophomore center Jacoby Boren and redshirt-sophomore right guard Tommy Brown — at the time of his injury. When Decker left the game, Brown slid out to right tackle while redshirt-senior Ivon Blackman entered the game at right guard.If Decker’s injury causes him to miss any games, Baldwin is likely to take his spot in the lineup. Following OSU’s 63-14 victory against Penn State Oct. 26, offensive line coach Ed Warinner said Baldwin would be the first offensive tackle off the bench if something were to happen to one of OSU’s starters at the position.“I feel confident if we had to play one of (the backup offensive linemen), we’d be just fine, we’d stay right in stride,” Warinner said Oct. 26.Decker was not the only OSU starter to leave Saturday’s game because of injury. Junior defensive lineman Michael Bennett left the game in the second quarter with what Meyer called a “stinger.” Junior linebacker Curtis Grant left the game briefly in the first half with an apparent ankle injury, then left the game early in the second half after coming out of halftime with his ankle heavily taped.“We had some guys get dinged up today,” Meyer said after the game. “We got to get them back.”Defensive coordinator Luke Fickell said he expects Bennett and Grant to be ready to go for the Buckeyes’ next game against Illinois.“(Injuries are) a part of the game, and there’s some things you got to fight through,” Fickell said. “This is the ninth week, 10th week of the season, you’re not going to feel great. And if you think you’re going to feel great, then you’re in the wrong sport.”OSU has the benefit of a bye week before a three-game stretch against Illinois, Indiana and Michigan to finish regular season play.Although some players on his team may be battling injuries, Meyer said he expects them to improve strength and conditioning during the bye week.“It’s a great time for a bye week,” Meyer said. “You know why? It’ll be a very intense bye week because you got to know that you’re coming back faster and stronger than when you went into the bye week and that has to happen.”Fickell said the Buckeyes are “not going to sit and wait and slow down” during the week off.“We’re going to have to keep pushing forward,” Fickell said.The game time for OSU’s battle with Illinois has not yet been announced. read more

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New Mining Division VP and General Manager for Komatsu

first_imgKomatsu America Corp has announced that Dan Funcannon has been appointed Vice President and General Manager of the company’s Mining Division. Funcannon replaces Erik Wilde, who accepted a position with another company. In this role, Funcannon is responsible for the sales and support of Komatsu mining products in North America, as well as Komatsu’s 200 ton and larger mining trucks globally. The appointment coincides with the launch of the new 980E-4 truck.“I’m looking forward to showing our customers how a trusted partner like Komatsu can add value with services and solutions that help their operations succeed, “ said Funcannon. “This mining environment is no time to retreat and hope the storm passes. Komatsu will press forward with leading technologies like autonomous trucks and innovative mine optimization tools that can help our customers be more efficient now and prepare them for the future,” Funcannon said.Funcannon joined Komatsu in 1994 as a design engineer and has held roles of increasing responsibility within the research and development organisation. Most recently, he was Director of Engineering, responsible for all engineering activities for large mining trucks. Funcannon also oversaw new-product research and development projects, including new AC drive haul trucks, autonomous technology adoption into large mining trucks, and innovations to mining trucks that improve safety, quality, reliability and productivity.Funcannon is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress Executive Council and the Bradley University Executive Advisory Committee for the Dean of Engineering. He received his BSME from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois.last_img read more

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Rolf Harris applies for permission to appeal convictions

first_imgROLF HARRIS HAS applied for permission to appeal against his convictions for a string of sex offences.The 84-year-old Australian-born Harris was found guilty on 30 June of 12 indecent assaults against four girls, including an eight-year-old autograph hunter and a close friend of his daughter.Harris, who had been a fixture on British television for decades, was jailed for five years and nine months for the offences, which took place between 1968 and 1986.Appeal A spokesman for the Judicial Office confirmed that Harris’ lawyers had lodged a request with the Court of Appeal this week for permission to lodge an appeal.A judge will now decide whether the artist and television star will be allowed to make a full challenge against his convictions.The move to challenge the convictions comes days after a decision to uphold Harris’ jail sentence, despite criticism that it was too lenient.Attorney General Jeremy Wright, the government’s chief legal advisor, received 150 complaints asking for a review, but announced on Wednesday that the jail term would not be challenged.The guilty verdicts caused widespread revulsion in Britain, where Harris was beloved to generations of children as a family-friendly popular entertainer, and in his homeland of Australia.The disgraced artist was made a CBE in 2006 — one step below a knighthood — and even painted a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II to celebrate the monarch’s 80th birthday.- © AFP, 2014Read: British Government expected to launch child sex abuse investigation>Read: Rolf Harris sentenced to 5 years and 9 months in prison>last_img read more

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Geek deals 138 off 2 Dell UltraSharp U2211H 1080p LCD monitors and

first_imgWe’ve all been there before: working with multiple spreadsheets, comparing information, transcribing something into a document, or whatever the situation may be where you really need to be able to view several large windows at once. One solution to this is a giant monitor, like the popular 30-incher from Dell.At around a grand, this isn’t cost effective for most people. You may also have some difficulty managing the multiple windows within that huge pixel-scape, though modern OSes are better about window management. The solution that many choose is to run with multiple monitors, and, as they will attest, it is a huge boon for us heavy multi-taskers. I’m currently running two 24-inch WUXGA monitors and a 22-inch WSXGA+ courtesy of my ThinkPad’s docking station and it literally puts me in Excel heaven.If you’ve been itching for an out-of-the-box dual-monitor setup that is a bit more elegant than cramming multiple monitors on your desk, Dell recently started offering such a package. This bundle gets you two UltraSharp U2211H 1080p IPS monitors and an Array Table Stand. With this package you mount each monitor to a single base that puts them side by side and horizontally aligned. This nets you a space saving, ergonomic design that looks like a seamless factory design.Dell is offering this bundle for $649.99 after a $138 instant rebate and with free shipping to boot.Visit LogicBuy for the Dell UltraSharp U2211H and Array Table Stand Bundlelast_img read more

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SDCC Announcement Hey Arnold The Jungle Movie Clip Renews Our Love of

first_img After more than a decade, Hey ArnoldI is finally getting its long-awaited Jungle Movie conclusion. Today at San Diego Comic Con, Nickelodeon showed off some footage from the upcoming continuation. The characters look a little different, and the voices aren’t quite the same (as the original actors are now adults), but everything about it feels like Hey Arnold! The clip recaps all the nice things Arnold did for people over the course of the series. It’s funny, it’s touching, and it has everything you remember from the series. It’s like Hey Arnold! never left.The new animation style looks great. It’s slightly more three-dimensional than the old show was, but still, retains its hand-drawn charm. It’s also different from the watercolor style featured in the theatrically released Hey Arnold!: The Movie. Even with the new style, hair and outfits, the kids are still instantly recognizable to anyone who grew up with the show.After the video runs down some of Arnold’s best moments from the original series, the intent becomes clear. The neighborhood is trying to win him a trip to San Lorenzo so he can find his parents. When the series ended, the plan was to wrap up the final episode’s cliffhanger with The Jungle Movie. Due to a dispute between Nickelodeon and creator Craig Bartlett, it never ended up happening. Arnold found a map in his parents’ old journal… and that was it. Since then, Bartlett has returned to Nickelodeon, and Hey Arnold!’s long-awaited conclusion will air this November. Judging by the clip they showed at SDCC, they’ve nailed the feel of one of Nickelodeon’s best cartoons.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. A Tale of Two Wonder WomenSDCC Announcement: IDW Games Brings 90s Nick to Life Stay on targetlast_img read more

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Former Bahamas PM says unaware of hefty water bill

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #WaterandSewerageCorporation Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, September 28, 2017 – Nassau – The news of what former government leaders owed to the Water and Sewerage Corporation was a leak, described as illegal by the company after the breaking news from the Tribune newspaper on Tuesday.   The company is now promising to deal severely with whomever is responsible for exposing the information which at the very least has embarrassed a number of political leaders including former Prime Ministers Perry Christie and Hubert Ingraham, former Deputy Prime Ministers Cynthia Mother Pratt, Philip Brave Davis and Frank Watson; even the former Central Bank Governor Julian Francis and the US Embassy.In a follow up, the Tribune reports that Perry Christie was amazed at the outstanding bill, adding that he only knew about it through the article in the paper and says, if the bill is indeed accurate, it will be paid.    Christie explained that staff would have been responsible for taking care of utility bills, and that he has already called the #WaterandSewerageCorporation about the bill which he believes he should have been alerted about.The exclusive list from WSC has Perry Christie owing over $23,000.    Mr. Christie added that, his declarations as a politician requires that he list his debt, the bill at Water & Sewerage he contends was never listed because he did not know it existed.    The MP for Cat Island, Philip Davis, who is said to over $22,000 said that he is paid up and that the bill is wrong.#MagneticMediaNews Audit now ongoing at Water and Sewerage Corporationlast_img read more

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Two injured in car vs dump truck crash on Highway 14

first_imgTwo people were taken to a hospital after a car and dump truck collided on state Highway 14 just before noon Monday.The crash occurred about a half-mile east of Interstate 5, where Maria D. Elizondo, 41, of Vancouver was driving a 2010 Honda Fit eastbound next to a 1990 Kenworth dump truck.Elizondo and her passenger Carlos Elizondo, 17, also of Vancouver, were both taken to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center. The driver of the dump truck, identified as Lawrence A. Tonn, 76, of Vancouver, was not injured. According to the Washington State Patrol, Tonn was cited for making an unsafe lane change.last_img

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Washington mom accused of killing her toddler cutting teen

first_imgASTORIA, Ore. — A woman going through a divorce and custody battle is accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter and severely cutting her teenage daughter at a popular inn on the northern Oregon coast, a crime that shocked tourists and residents.Jessica Smith, 40, was ordered held without bail Monday during her first court hearing, in which she appeared via a video feed from jail. Authorities have identified Smith as a resident of Goldendale, but Clark County court records related to her pending divorce indicate she listed Vancouver as her most recent address.Her lawyer, William Falls, declined to comment, except to say the case would be tried in the courtroom, not the media. Authorities began looking for Smith on Friday after a housekeeper at the Surfsand Resort in Cannon Beach found the body of Smith’s 2-year-old daughter in a room. The other daughter, age 13, was badly cut and taken to a Portland hospital for surgery, police said. She’s expected to recover.On Sunday, a Coast Guard helicopter spotted an SUV driven by Smith in the woods east of Cannon Beach, and authorities soon took her into custody.The mother had been under a court order to turn over the children to their father, Greg Smith, at 5 p.m. Friday, the day the girls were found in the hotel room, The Oregonian reported.last_img read more

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US Marshals Service auctions highend cars in Miami

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – If you’ve ever wondered what happens to high-end luxury vehicles seized by U.S. Marshals, then here is your answer: They get auctioned in Miami.The online auction ends at 11 a.m., Thursday. Just to be able to take part in the auction, bidders must submit a deposit of $25,000.“We have, right now, currently 38 registered bidders who have all paid a $25,000 pre-bid deposit just to be able to bid on the cars,” said live auctioneer Kevin Skully.2003 Ferrari EnzoUp for auction are a total of 10 luxury vehicles. One of these vehicles is a white Bentley that was seized from a case out of New Jersey. The other nine vehicles up for auction once belonged to Miami drug lord Alvaro Lopez Tardon, who went from riches to a jail cell where he is currently serving life in prison.Tardon was convicted of conspiracy and 13 counts of money laundering, totaling 150 years behind bars.“I hope the message that we send out today from the U.S. Marshal Service is that, at the end of the day, crime doesn’t pay,” said U.S. Marshal Amos Rojas. “They might have been driving that a year ago, but today they’re sitting in jail being told when to go eat, when to go sleep, and looking out the window to see bars, instead of looking out of the Ferrari’s windows.”2008 Bugatti Veyron 16.4The cars include a 2003 Ferrari Enzo, one of only 400 made in the world, that is currently up for grabs for $1.9 million. Also up for auction are a Bugatti, a Rolls-Royce Ghost, and other European luxury vehicles such as Range Rovers and a Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUV. For information on the auction, visit Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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Thursday Noon Update Crews Complete Intentional Burning Along Sterling Highway

first_imgFacebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Swan Lake Fire is estimated at 48,119 acres with 517 crew members working on the fire with 10% containment. Fire crews have completed their intentional burning along the highway and the Homer Electric transmission line this Thursday morning using swing shift crews who worked into the early morning hours. According to Emery Johnson with the State Division of Forestry, firefighters are now working on the East side of the East fork of moose river today with support of boat operations on Watson lake. Call the Fire Information line at 208-391-3488, visit or Ben Bartos, Incident Meteorologist out of Anchorage: “The next few days, with Friday looking like the warmest day. Just want to keep everyone aware that it is going to be hot and dry over the next couple days. We are confident in that forecast. It’s a pretty stable pattern and we don’t anticipate a lot of change. But, really want to drive that hot and dry home, with the weather.” Failed to fetch Error: URL to the PDF file must be on exactly the same domain as the current web page. Click here for more infocenter_img Johnson: “Smoke may affect visibility in the afternoon when winds are expected to switch out of the north.  Nighttime inversions also may cause areas of smoke and fog.”Forecasters say a high pressure system is likely to move in over the Kenai Peninsula this week, bringing warmer temperatures to the area where the over 40,000 acre Swan Lake fire continues to burn. An air quality advisory continues through Friday, June 28. Johnson: “Today crews will complete the remaining mile of firing operations northwest between Watson and Afonasi lakes on the East Fork Moose River, helping to protect the community of Sterling. Helicopters and drones with Plastic Sphere Dispensing (PSD) machines that drop ping-pong like balls with reactive chemicals inside were used to increase the burned area of the firing operation in front of the main fire. “ Motorists can expect traffic delays to continue Thursday along the Sterling Highway. Flaggers and pilot cars will be moving traffic through a single lane along approximately 10 miles of the fire area as firefighters use the lane nearest the fire.last_img read more

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Honda is building a new Passport at an Indy race popup style

first_img 2019 Honda Passport: A name from the past returns for Honda’s new SUV Share your voice Car Culture Car Industry SUVs Honda 64 Photos Tags 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value 1center_img 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous Enlarge ImageHonda is going to build one of these, live and in front of a crowd at an Indy race. It’s gonna be wild. Steven Ewing/Roadshow Pretty much everyone knows that modern cars are complicated machines. Like, unbelievably complicated. The factories that build them are massive, spanning hundreds of thousands of square feet, employing many robots and thousands of people to help the assembly process along.But, what if all that stuff wasn’t necessary. What if all you needed was a few skilled people, around 2,000 parts, three days and an Indy race in Alabama? Crazy right? Well, that’s not stopping Honda from giving it a whirl at Barber Motorsports Park this weekend.Read the 2019 Honda Passport reviewYou read that right. Honda announced Sunday that it’s going to attempt to build a brand new Passport live, in front of a crowd at the Honda Indy Grand Prix in Alabama. Think of it as a pop-up restaurant, but even less useful when you’re hungry and way more time-consuming.We’ve been watching the Honda crew do a practice run for a while now online, and it’s more than a little mesmerizing. The time-lapse videos are especially good. If you want to check those out, Honda has a website set up with all of them.Even better, Honda is planning on streaming the whole build live this weekend, and who knows, the race to finish this Passport in three days may end up being better than the actual Indy race. Comment 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better More From Roadshow Hondalast_img read more

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DSR Sena felicitates photo journalists

first_imgLB Nagar: On the occasion of World Photography Day DSR Yuva Sena felicitated photo journalists here on Monday. Youth leader Praveen Reddy said photos help in recalling past memories. He appreciated photo journalists for their relentless services. Photo journalists Anil Reddy, Subhash, Krishna Sagar, Narsing, Yagna, Madhu, Praveen, Madhu Sagar, Tilak and others were present.last_img

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Attorney Faults Parole Process for MOVE Members Still Jailed

first_imgBy The Associated PressA defense attorney for three members of the radical group MOVE said June 19 he’s confused why one was paroled and two others were denied parole despite having similar records and recommendations for release from the new Philadelphia District Attorney’s office.Debbie Africa, who left a state prison Saturday after serving 40 years, is the first of the so-called “MOVE 9” to be released on parole. Attorney Brad Thomson said at an event for Debbie to speak to the public with her son, Mike Africa Jr., the other two women who were denied parole should be at the table as well.Debbie Africa, a member of the radical group MOVE, was released from prison, nearly 40 years after the group engaged in a shootout that killed a Philadelphia police officer in 1978. (AP Photo/Jacqueline Larma)“The decisions and the reasons (the parole board) list are entirely discretionary to the point of being arbitrary,” he said after the speaking panel. “There’s nothing in the statutory provisions that requires someone to be remorseful or accept responsibility to receive parole.”Nine of the anti-establishment, back-to-nature group’s members was convicted of third-degree murder after Officer James Ramp was killed during a 1978 standoff with police attempting to evict MOVE from its headquarters in Philadelphia. Police had said they received complaints from neighbors. The members barricaded themselves in and have said they believe Ramp was killed by friendly fire.The women, including Debbie Africa, who was eight months pregnant, took shelter with their children in the basement during the confrontation. Debbie’s son, Mike Africa Jr., was born in prison a few weeks after she was arrested and taken away three days after he was born.The two took turns comforting each other as they talked about the past 40 years apart and continuing to work for the release of the remaining six members of the group including Debbie’s husband, Mike Africa Sr.Mike Africa Jr., described knocking on his mother’s door and seeing her without shoes.“I noticed this was the first time I’d ever seen her feet,” he said. “A friend of mine said, ‘You are learning at almost 40 years old, what babies learn about their parents.’”Ben Waxman, a spokesman for District Attorney Larry Krasner, said staff had reviewed the records of Debbie Africa, Jeanene Africa and Janet Africa and had submitted recommendations that they be paroled. The letters, which were the first positive recommendations from a prosecution attorney for the three women, said prosecutors were “confident that she will not pose a threat to the Philadelphia community to which she wishes to return” for all three women.According to information obtained from the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole, Janet and Jeanene Africa were denied parole because the board said the women lacked remorse, minimized the circumstance of their offense and received a negative recommendation in the past from a prosecuting attorney.Tensions between MOVE and police continued after the initial standoff, culminating in the 1985 bombing of MOVE’s west Philadelphia headquarters. The bomb ignited fuel for a generator and spread to more than 60 rowhomes and killed 11 people including five children, two of whom were the children of Janet Africa and Jeanene Africa.No one from the police department or city was criminally charged for in the investigation that followed.last_img read more

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IATA Profit expectations stay strong

first_imgSource = ETB News: Lana Bogunovich However, input costs are expected to continue to decline over the next year, due to cost cutting measures. The 2014 Airline Business Confidence Index survey conducted by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), has shown airline profit expectations remain strong and in line with levels seen over the past year. Airline employment is reported to be stable and consistent in comparison to 12 months ago and an expected increase in employment is consistent with the positive profits reported.center_img 76 per cent of airline managers expect passenger travel to grow at a faster rate than shown in the January survey results, with better yields, while cargo yields are expected to decline, despite the expectation of stronger volume growth ahead. In the quarterly survey, airline chief financial operators and heads of cargo conveyed confidence that air transport volumes will continue growing over the next 12 months, which is consistent with recent world trade growth and developments.last_img read more

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