Historian and award-winning author William Dalrymple is all set to release his most ambitious and remarkable history book to date, ‘The Anarchy: The Relentless Rise of The East India Company’. It is believed that this book carries the weight of his entire body of work, a lifetime of research and nights spent reading on days gone by. It took the Scottish writer six years to complete the magnum opus, which not only recounts the most horrific story of corporate violence, but also gives a chilling augury of our future. The most discerning of readers will sense the hints as they read between the lines. Also Read – An income drop can harm brainDalrymple, a recipient of Wolfson Prize for History, Britain’s most prestigious prize for non-fiction, gave a peak into the corporate origins of British Empire. “I’m tempted to say that ‘The Anarchy’ took only six years; the truth is it has taken a lifetime. It is everything I’ve read, everything I know and everything that a reader ought to know about this extraordinary company that somehow seized an entire subcontinent. This book looks at the sweeping story of the onset of colonialism across the entire region over 200 years. It takes a concentrated look at the years between 1599 to 1803; two hundred years of a Machiavellian-style offensive, aided and enabled by Indian sepoys and paid for very largely by loans given by Indian bankers. The East India Company had a Royal Charter to “wage war” and use violence to secure its trade. But it was only in 1757, with the Battle of Plassey, that the company moved from being a trading organisation to a nascent colonial power, something that accelerated in 1765 after the Battle of Buxar. Also Read – Shallu Jindal honoured with Mahatma AwardIt can be said that it was one of the first Corporations in the world, because the Joint Stock Company was a crucial and ground-breaking Tudor invention. It soon became what we would refer to today as a “multinational company,” shipping Indian opium to China and Chinese tea to the Americas: it was East India Company tea that was dumped in Boston Harbour, triggering the American War of Independence. In the Middle Ages, people were accustomed to family businesses like the Medicis in Italy or merchants who formed guilds, pooled their resources and traded with a joint capital. But what the East India Company did was introduce the concept of large scale corporations. It pooled in the finances of people who had little say in the executive workings of the company, but just invested what they could in shares. In this way, through a joint stock, the directors were able to raise vast sums in capital. The East India Company was the fifth such corporation, and the Dutch weren’t far behind; with huge investments from everywhere, they slowly became a vast economic power. So when we talk about the company, we are not referring to a dead history or an outdated concept. What it is, is in fact history continuing; it represents the beginning of the modern world as we know it. If we look around, there are these conglomerates and commercial giants who not only lobby to influence governments and policies, but also influence the general populace thereby wielding an enormous power and that’s exactly what the East India Company did. It wasn’t the British government that conquered India, it was a corporation based in one office building, just five windows wide. The story has been muddied by Victorian and Indian nationalists, but if you look at it anew, it is a simple story of corporate violence. The history of the company is not a simple story of conquest; it contains a dark secret that people prefer to overlook. There’s no way a bunch of foreign merchants with no military might, could take over India. It was a collaboration. The degree to which it was facilitated by the Indian financial class, especially the Marwari bankers of Calcutta and Benares is what enabled it to take over. These communities of traders and bankers helped the Mughal dynasty, when it was on its last legs, by organising the finances of its governors. They used the hundi system to facilitate the movement of money and revenue. It was their money that later financed the conquest of British India, through the loans they granted to the East India Company. The Anarchy narrates not only the story of the plunder of India by the British, but also that of the funding that facilitated it. It recounts the story of Indian merchants and bankers, who realised that the Company understood the relevance and importance of contracts and the repayments of loans with interest, and therefore deliberately and calculatedly backed it against the Marathas. The sad truth is that in the end the bankers of India backed a corporate entity, the Company, over their own co-religionists. This of course, continues to be story today, when conglomerates try to dictate policy, influence government and enable one party to win elections.”
On Sunday, November 10th, 2013, Alan Alda and Joe Mantegna will host HOMEWARD BOUND, a live four-hour national telethon to support American veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).A number of stars will take part in the event, including Mark Harmon, Sean Murray, Pauley Perrette, Rocky Carroll, Michael Weatherly, and David McCallum (NCIS); Patti Austin, Jason Bateman, James Brolin, Michael Feinstein, Connie Francis, Jason Gould, Charles Hirsch, Gloria Loring, Marty Papazian, Lou Diamond Phillips, Kevin Spacey, Steve Tyrell, and Ben Vereen.A significant portion of the broadcast will be devoted to testimonials and personal stories from veterans and their families who have experienced difficulties as they returned from the battlefronts of WW II, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere: These include: decorated war veterans Staff Sergeant Ty Carter (2013 Medal of Honor recipient) and Staff Sergeant Kyle Hausman-Stokes (Bronze Medal recipient); US Paralympic Medal Winner Lance Corporal Brandon Pelletier; actor/Navy SEAL Joel Lambert (“Manhunt”); and Tuskegee Airman Lt. Bob Friend.To find out more about the telethon, click here.
8 October 2010The United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) today called on the Government to launch a “transparent and impartial” investigation into the death of a man detained in a military camp for throwing stones at President Joseph Kabila’s motorcade. The United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) today called on the Government to launch a “transparent and impartial” investigation into the death of a man detained in a military camp for throwing stones at President Joseph Kabila’s motorcade.Armand Tungulu Mudiandambu was arrested on 29 September and died in a cell in a military camp in Kinshasa, the capital, during the night of 1-2 October, the mission in the DRC, known as MONUSCO, said a communiqué.“MONUSCO solemnly reminds the Congolese authorities of the obligations incumbent upon them by virtue of national law and their international obligations concerning the deprivation of liberty,” it stressed.“These involve, among other things, the right of everybody to be detained in a place under the control of a judicial authority, the right to immediate contact with family or a lawyer, and right to physical integrity as well as the preservation of dignity, whatever the motive or the gravity of the imputed deeds…“The circumstances of his death must be clarified through a transparent and impartial investigation which MONUSCO categorically calls for.”MONUSCO’s mandate includes supporting efforts to fight impunity and ensure the protection of civilians from violation of international human rights and humanitarian law.Under various names, the mission, with nearly 20,000 uniformed personnel on the ground, has since 1999 overseen the vast country’s emergence from years of civil war and factional chaos, culminating most notably in 2006 with the first democratic elections in over four decades. But fighting has continued in the east, where the bulk of UN forces are deployed, and allegations of human rights abuses by all sides are frequent in various parts of the country.
Speaking to reporters following a meeting of representatives from countries of the so-called “Group of 21,” Mr. Brahimi, who is Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s Special Representative for Afghanistan, said all members had expressed strong support for the Secretary-General’s proposal to convene a meeting “as soon as possible.”The G-21 is comprised of a broad group of interested nations that have been directly or indirectly affected by the Afghan crisis and could help contribute to its resolution. Asked for details on the preparations, Mr. Brahimi emphasized that discussions were being held with the Afghans “to see where it is more convenient for them to hold this meeting.” He noted that the venue was “not going to be a problem” since several countries had offered to play host, including the United Arab Emirates, Kazakhstan, Germany and Austria. The meeting will bring together members of the Northern Alliance as well as several initiatives on Afghanistan, such as the Rome process, the Cyprus process and the Peshawar Convention, according to Mr. Brahimi. On the timing, the envoy noted that his deputy, Francesc Vendrell, was scheduled to hold talks in Kabul on Saturday. “We are waiting for an answer from the representatives of the Northern Alliance,” Mr. Brahimi added.Concerning the importance of proceeding quickly, he said, “we are very much aware of the necessity of speed – the Secretary-General is more aware than anybody of that – but we will go only as fast as the Afghans are willing to go; unless we have answers and expression of readiness to meet from the Afghans, obviously we cannot meet.”He emphasized that the aim was to meet “as fast as possible, but not faster than possible.”
Under-Secretary-General for Political Ibrahim Gambari told reporters today, after a briefing the Security Council behind closed doors in New York, that Myanmar has confirmed its invitation to him to visit in early November.Mr. Gambari said he hopes to hold talks with all the key figures in Myanmar during his trip, including those he spoke to when he last visited, in May this year.He said he told Council members that Myanmar has made progress recently on some areas, including the release of a prominent political prisoner and reforms on the issue of forced labour.But Mr. Gambari added that much more progress is still required from Myanmar’s Government on various fronts, including democratization, improving humanitarian access to those in need, and agreeing to a cessation of hostilities with rebel forces in Karen state.
Members of the OSU women’s volleyball team huddle during a game against Lipscomb on Dec. 5 in Lexington, Ky., during the 1st round of the NCAA Tournament. OSU won, 3-0.Credit: Chris Slack / Lantern photographerThe Big Ten is “the best of the best,” outside hitter Katie Mitchell said.She’s not the only Ohio State women’s volleyball player to have said that this year and the conference has backed it up on the postseason. Five Big Ten teams remain in the NCAA tournament, which is the most from any conference.Of the remaining 16 teams, three Big Ten teams will play in Louisville, Ky., on Friday, including No. 18 Ohio State and No. 2 Wisconsin.Despite the Badgers (30-2) sweeping the Buckeyes (23-11) in each of their two matches this season, the team believes it has a great chance of pulling of the upset, OSU coach Geoff Carlston said.“We’ve been playing the underdog role all year,” Carlston said. “We like it and we enjoy it. I think we’re a different team than we were a month ago, when we played them. I know we’re a different team.”While having two AVCA All-Northeast Region players in junior outside hitter Elizabeth Campbell and sophomore middle blocker Taylor Sandbothe and All-Northeast Honorable Mention senior setter Taylor Sherwin on the roster, the Buckeyes could have their hands full with Wisconsin.The Badgers, who are the Big Ten conference champions, will be led by Big Ten Player of the Year and Setter of the Year sophomore Lauren Carlini and Defensive Player of the Year junior libero Taylor Morey.In the two matches they’ve played in the tournament, the Badgers swept both Western Michigan and Illinois State. While the Buckeyes swept Lipscomb and defeated No. 13 Kentucky in four sets on the Wildcats’ home court.Badger coach, and the conference’s Coach of the Year, Kelly Sheffield spoke highly of the Buckeyes in his press conference on Monday.“Ohio State just gives so much different challenges,” Sheffield said. “They really keep you off balance with their serving game. They serve short maybe more than any team in the country. They change their lineups constantly going into matches. So it’s really difficult preparing your team for. They’ll move players around from left to middle to right. They made a couple of changes in that Kentucky match that I think caught Kentucky off guard a little bit and that’s just one of the challenges they give.”Carlston spoke highly of the Badgers, as well.“They’re very clean and they don’t make a lot of mistakes,” he said.Against the Bisons and Wildcats, OSU combined for 47 total blocks and held both teams to under a .200 hitting percentage in all but six of the seven sets played.Sandbothe and Sherwin each set career-high’s in blocks, against the Bisons, with 10 and six, respectively. While senior outside hitter Erin Sekinger tied her career-high in blocks with six against the Wildcats.One of the changes the Buckeyes made against the Wildcats was putting Mitchell into the match, midway through the second set. Her nine kills helped the Buckeyes keep the momentum throughout the rest of the match and away from the home team.Despite that change, the team came into the weak wanting to create more problems for its conference rival.“We’ve game planned differently,” Mitchell said. “They always say if you got to do something you’ve never done, do different things in order to prepare. We’ve prepared differently and very focused this week and in the past couple days.The Badgers will be the first Big Ten team OSU has played in the tournament since the 2011-12 season, when they played Illinois in Gainesville, Fla. OSU has also been successful against Sheffield in the tournament, as they played and defeated Dayton, whom he coached for in the second round of the tournament during the 2010-11 season.The teams are set to play at the KFC Yum! Center, where neither school plays on a regular basis, with Louisville members of the ACC.“I think it kind of gives us a little bit of an advantage as we know how to conquer new places,” junior middle blocker Andrea Kacsits said. “We know how to conquer new team in different environments and I definitely think that gives us a leg up. But in the Big Ten, you’re on the road all the time, you have plenty of practice.”The Buckeyes and Badgers match is scheduled for a 5 p.m. match. The winner of the match will play on Saturday, against the winner of No. 5 Penn State and No. 12 UCLA. Saturday’s match is scheduled to start at 4 p.m.
Instagram is the worst social media site in terms of its impact on the mental health of young people, a report has suggested.The #StatusofMind survey found the photo-sharing app negatively impacted on people’s body image, sleep and fear of missing out.However, the survey of 1,479 youngsters aged 14 to 24, found Instagram was positive in terms of self-expression and self-identity.Respondents were asked to score how each of the social media platforms they use impact upon issues such as anxiety, loneliness and community building.The site with the most positive rating was YouTube, followed by Twitter. Facebook and Snapchat came third and fourth respectively.The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) report said: “The platforms that are supposed to help young people connect with each other may actually be fuelling a mental health crisis.” 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. Recommendations included introducing pop-ups on sites such as Twitter and Facebook warning users about heavy usage – which the RSPH said was supported by seven in 10 people surveyed – and social media platforms discreetly signposting help to those potentially suffering from mental health issues.Shirley Cramer CBE, chief executive of the RSPH, said: “Social media has been described as more addictive than cigarettes and alcohol, and is now so entrenched in the lives of young people that it is no longer possible to ignore it when talking about young people’s mental health issues. Dr Becky Inkster, honorary research fellow at the University of Cambridge, said: “Young people sometimes feel more comfortable talking about personal issues online.”As health professionals, we must make every attempt to understand modern youth culture expressions, lexicons, and terms to better connect with their thoughts and feelings.” “It’s interesting to see Instagram and Snapchat ranking as the worst for mental health and wellbeing – both platforms are very image-focused and it appears they may be driving feelings of inadequacy and anxiety in young people.”As the evidence grows that there may be potential harms from heavy use of social media, and as we upgrade the status of mental health within society, it is important that we have checks and balances in place to make social media less of a wild west when it comes to young people’s mental health and wellbeing.”
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedIAC condemns PPO’s ‘racial slur,’ says yet another reason why ERC neededSeptember 15, 2017In “latest news”President provides $100,000 support to mother whose son was burnt in house fireFebruary 10, 2016In “Local News”Murdered 13-year-old: ‘No proof’ that officers acted unprofessionally – RamnarineOctober 12, 2017In “Crime” Lloyda Nicholas-Garrett, who functions as Public Information and Press Services Officer for President David Granger, was a no-show at an event at State House on Wednesday. Her absence was noted as Nicholas-Garrett normally accompanies the Head of State at the majority of his outreaches and official events.This led to speculation that the press officer was avoiding the plethora of media personnel who, in the past several hours, made several unsuccessful attempts to contact her.INews understands that she also may be avoiding her co-workers as a source disclosed that she did not report for duty and was reportedly absent from work on Wednesday.Public Information and Press Services Officer Lloyda Nicholas-GarrettThe brewing controversy stems from alleged social media postings on Facebook where she purportedly exchanged messages with other users that included racial slurs and derogatory remarks about colleagues at the Ministry of the Presidency (MotP). The supposed leaks were shared by People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Member of Parliament (MP) Nigel Dharamlall, who called for her to be fired.“I would like to call for the immediate termination of the services of the Racist Staffer and a period of race relations rehabilitation for her. My taxes are not to be used to pay anyone who is racist,” Dharamlall said on Tuesday.Dharamlall’s shared post highlighted that Nicholas-Garrett and the other users, in a seemingly private conversation made disparaging remarks against Indo-Guyanese.Following the postings of her purported derogatory remarks, sources close to the controversy related that Nicholas-Garrett was often times a “difficult” person to work with and would “pressure” subordinate staff.
Tytec Recycling, a new company based in Perth, Western Australia, has announced what it states is “the world’s first environmentally friendly OTR tyre recycling. Edison Award-winning technology from Green Distillation Technologies Corp (GDTC) finally provides mining a way to convert used tyres into renewable energy sources. The innovative process consumes less energy and results in extremely low emissions and a safer work environment for system operators.”Tyre recycling has always been difficult especially for off the road (OTR) tyres used in mining. Tytec Recycling has developed an innovative solution. Using technology from GDTC, Tytec Recycling offers a one-step process to convert OTR tyres into high-quality steel, diesel oil and carbon.“We’ve been working on a way to efficiently recycle OTR tyres for the past nine years,” says Brett Fennell, Chairman of Tytec Recycling. “Tytec Recycling is collaborating with GDTC to establish an environmentally friendly way to turn old earthmoving tyres into a renewable energy source.”“There are plenty of ways to break down tyres but none of them are effective for OTR tires,” says Fennell.Tytec reports that most tyre recycling requires up to six steps, including removing the steel beading from tires, cutting the tyres into small pieces, then shredding or grinding the tyre cuttings. The final step in the recycling preparation is to perform magnetic sorting to remove any remaining steel for crumb rubber sales. Crumb rubber is commonly used in athletic surfaces, playgrounds and equestrian footings.In order to extract oil and carbon from old tyres, an additional process is required using pyrolysis reactors.The current recycling process is time-consuming, energy intensive and expensive. The larger the tyre, the more costly, maintenance intensive and difficult each step becomes.“The Destructive Distillation process used by Tytec Recycling allows a whole OTR tyre to be recycled in a single step,” explains Fennell. “We’re using continuous heating technology that’s incredibly energy efficient and results in extremely low emissions. Our reactors operate at a much lower temperature and pressure, providing the added advantage of being safer for system operators and reducing the wear and tear on the plant.”The result from the distillation process is reclaimed steel, carbon and diesel of saleable quality.Tytec Recycling holds an exclusive global technology license for the Destructive Distillation process for OTR tyres, allowing it to provide, it says, “the most environmentally friendly OTR tyre recycling in the world. All emissions meet or exceed EPA, European Environment Agency (EEA) and the Australian Department of Environment Regulation (DER) standards and approvals.“We’re currently on track to begin OTR recycling in June 2016 and will open our purpose-built recycling center in Perth in January 2017, then Queensland soon after,” Fennell says.Tytec Recycling will attend MINExpo 2016 in Las Vegas this September to showcase the process and explore potential opportunities to expand the company to other locations around the globe.GDTC has developed proprietary destructive distillation technology capable of recycling end-of-life tyres into saleable commodities of carbon, oil and steel. It received a 2015 Edison Award in the Resource Management or Renewable Resources category.
Republican Senator Martha McSally testifies in front of yesterday’s Senate committee Image: SIPA USA/PA Images First US female fighter pilot to fly in combat claims she was raped while serving in Air Force Martha McSally made the claim at a Senate hearing yesterday. Short URL Image: SIPA USA/PA Images Share64 Tweet Email Republican Senator Martha McSally testifies in front of yesterday’s Senate committee Mar 7th 2019, 7:51 AM https://jrnl.ie/4528049 15 Comments 40,051 Views Thursday 7 Mar 2019, 7:51 AM By Stephen McDermott MARTHA MCSALLY, THE first woman to ever fly in combat for the US, has revealed she was sexually assaulted by a superior officer when she was in the Air Force.The Republican senator made the disclosure yesterday at a Senate hearing on the military’s efforts to prevent sexual assaults and improve the response when they occur.McSally, a 26-year military veteran, was in the ninth class at the Air Force Academy to allow women, where she said sexual harassment and assault were prevalent.She also told yesterday’s hearing that she felt like the system was raping her “all over again” when she tried to discuss the issue with officials, adding that she was ashamed and confused over the incident.McSally did not say whether her assaults happened at the academy or during active duty, and did not name the alleged perpetrator, but focused on a need for accountability.“I was horrified at how my attempt to share generally my experiences was handled,” she said. “Like many victims, I felt like the system was raping me all over again.”Despite staying silent for years, McSally said she felt like speaking out after watching the military grapple with how to handle sexual assaults.Captain Carrie Volpe, an Air Force spokeswoman, said the branch was appalled at and “deeply sorry” about what McSally’s experience.“The criminal actions reported today by Senator McSally violate every part of what it means to be an Airman,” she said in a statement.“And we stand behind her and all victims of sexual assault. We are steadfast in our commitment to eliminate this reprehensible behavior and breach of trust in our ranks.”With reporting from Associated Press. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Amy Schumer, one of the top comedians in America, is coming to ilani’s new Cowlitz Ballroom on Aug. 9. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday through Tickemaster and www.ilaniresort.com for “Amy Schumer and Friends.”Schumer hosted “Saturday Night Live” last weekend, and her film “I Feel Pretty” is showing in cinemas nationwide. Reviews for that have been mixed, but praise for Schumer’s usual sharp, perceptive performance has been strong; far more universally praised was 2015’s “Trainwreck,” a biting send-up of sweet romantic comedies, which Schumer wrote as well as starred in.She’s also noted for writing, directing, producing and starring in her own Comedy Central sketch series, “Inside Amy Schumer,” which ran from 2013 to 2016 and won two Emmy awards.Schumer will share the stage at ilani’s Cowlitz Ballroom with fellow comedians Bridgett Everett, Rachel Feinstein and Mia Jackson. Tickets are $59 and $99.Schumer fans already know what ilani warns us: The show is adult content, intended for mature audiences only. Additionally, her performance will be phone free. No phones, cameras or recording devices will be permitted in the Cowlitz Ballroom; all phones and smart watches will be locked in Yondr pouches that guests will keep with them — but won’t be unlocked until the end of the show. If you must use your phone during the show, you’ll need to go to a designated Phone Use Area away from the rest of the audience.
(WSVN) – There are plenty of amazing photos circulating of Monday’s solar eclipse. But one NASA photographer captured a unique sight: the International Space Station as it crossed in front of the partially-eclipsed sun.Photographer Bill Ingalls took the photo from Northern Cascades National Park in Washington, showing the space station’s silhouette in front of the sun.NASA says the space station was moving at roughly five miles per second.Six people are currently aboard the ISS, including NASA astronauts Peggy Whitson, Jack Fischer, and Randy Bresnik. Whitson narrated a video aboard the station, showing the shadow of the moon on the Earth’s surface.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – As South Floridians continue to recover from Hurricane Irma’s path of destruction across the Sunshine State, thousands of residents received a show of support from a local organization in the form of free hot meals.Forty food trucks lined the campus of Dillard High School in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday as the Urban League of Broward County treated residents to lunch.“We’re restoring 954 with the Family Fun and Food Truck Festival,” said Urban League CEO Germaine Baugh. “We really just wanted to create an opportunity for family and friends and residents to come out and share a hot meal together.”The generous gesture comes at a time of need for these residents, many of whom are still living without electricity one week after Hurricane Irma.“I think this is a great idea to do this,” said event volunteer Bennie Moultroy. “Just to see those faces on these parents, these children, it just makes me feel great to be part of it and help and serve.” @MiamiDolphins Special Teams at Dillard HS with @browardschools @RobertwRuncie @ULBroward passing out meals #recovery #rebuild pic.twitter.com/n1teiEIuW1— Jason Jenkins (@jasonljenkins) September 16, 2017 The day was filled with food, fun and some football. But the focus remained helping people across Broward and Miami-Dade, as well as restoring areas hit hardest by the storm.“Our special teams, we’re going to be out here helping to rebuild and recovery,” said Jennifer Jehn with the Miami Dolphins Foundation. “We’ll be out at the schools helping out with the schools here today, helping to clean up and recovery. We are here for the community: Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, the west coast of Florida and especially the Keys.”Saturday’s event was made possible by the dozens of people who came together to show their commitment to our community. “All of the local businesses and sponsors who stepped up to make this happen, we’re just really pleased about how everybody is pulling together to help each other,” said Urban League of Broward spokesperson Chris Paterson.Attendees were also given some personal hygiene products like toothbrushes, toothpaste and soap.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
StyleWatch has an audience of 5.198 million, according to the February 2017 Brand 360 report. The magazine reports a rate base of 825,000. Time Inc. is rebranding StyleWatch as PeopleStyle magazine, combing the print title with digital assets that already exist under the “PeopleStyle” moniker, in a move the publisher says will boost e-commerce efforts while growing the magazine’s audience. The rebranded title is led by StyleWatch editor-in-chief Bethany Heitman, and Andrea Lavinthal, beauty and style director of People. Heitman and Lavinthal will report to Jess Cagle, EIC of People. Cece Ryan will continue to oversee sales as SVP of Celebrity, Entertainment, Style and Multicultural. “As we continue to build the People brand and its digital verticals, fashion is a critical part of our strategy,” said Cagle in a press release. “StyleWatch’s young audience is remarkably receptive to advertisers, and it will play a key role in Time Inc.’s e-commerce expansion. By rebranding as PeopleStyle, the magazine becomes part of a singular multimedia brand that lives on digital, mobile and social platforms and as a weekly print section in People.” PeopleStyle magazine will sit under the People brand and include slightly more celebrity coverage, beginning with the September 2017 issue. There will be eight issues total throughout 2017.
Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more Video Player is loading.Building the Right Team for Enterprise Imaging Success – Part 1Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 8:44Loaded: 1.86%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -8:44 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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News | Remote Viewing Systems | July 16, 2019 Anatomage Releases Anatomage Cloud Platform Anatomage Inc. released an update to the Anatomage Cloud platform that allows medical and dental professionals to… read more December 19, 2016 — Client Outlook, a provider of FDA Class II diagnostic and clinical image viewing solutions, announced recently that Chinese company eimageglobal has selected eUnity as its diagnostic enterprise image viewing platform, and both parties have formed a strategic long-term partnership. Eimageglobal’s physician/patient/scheduling platform won the China National Innovation and Entrepreneurial award this year, and the integration of eUnity allows physicians, healthcare providers and patients to have increased and timely access to critical health information.”When we first evaluated eUnity, we were impressed by the flexible architecture and back-end, as well as its amazing speed and how easily it integrated with our platform,” said Mark Liu, vice president, eimageglobal. “China has a vast population, with many of our installations having to reach the size of an entire province. Because of this we required a virtual machine architecture that could scale in the cloud to tens of thousands of users, without the need of expensive GPU server hardware. eUnity addressed this need as well as providing a rich set of features that allow our various types of users the tools they need to make the appropriate decisions for their patients.” Liu also stated, “eimageglobal is also bringing our platform to the U.S. market, and the integration with the very strong eUnity brand makes our strategic partnership that much more valuable.”For more information: www.clientoutlook.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more Technology | Enterprise Imaging | July 05, 2019 Hyland Healthcare Adds ImageNext Imaging Workflow Optimizer to Enterprise Imaging Suite Hyland Healthcare is launching ImageNext, a vendor-neutral imaging workflow optimizer that combines intelligent imaging… read more CarolinaEast Health System Related Content Building the Right Team for Success in the Consolidated Enterprise – Part 2Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:52Loaded: 1.65%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:52 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Campaign spending results reveal that Luis Guillermo Solís and the Citizen Action Party (PAC) won Costa Rica’s 2014 presidential elections despite being outspent by a substantial margin.PAC spent the third most of any party, behind the National Liberation Party (PLN) and the Libertarian Movement Party (ML), according to results obtained by the Supreme Elections Tribunal (TSE). The PLN and its candidate, former San José mayor Johnny Araya, spent $10.8 million compared to Solís’ figure of $2.8 millon. ML and its nominee, Otto Guevara, had the worst return on its investment, spending $4 million and coming in fourth in a first-round vote in February.PLN outspent PAC in virtually every category, especially in staff salaries, where it maintained almost a 10-to-one advantage. However, PAC reported spending $64,000 on Internet advertising and web design compared to PLN’s $28,000. Prior to February’s Election Day, Solís said that his strong online and social media organizing would help vault him to victory.Of the top five parties, PAC and FA were the most efficient with their elections spending, getting one vote for every $2.55 and $0.72 spent, respectively. FA’s numbers are misleading, as the TSE did not have their spending reports from January and February. ML had the worst performance on its campaign dollars, spending $10.10 for every vote received. This analysis included votes for president and the Legislative Assembly on Feb. 6, and did not include votes in the runoff election in April.The TSE figures track spending by parties from October 2013 until the end April. Explore the full spending results below. The comparison with the U.S. election only includes spending from Costa Rica’s top five parties. “Office costs and supplies” refers to rent, electricity, computers, vehicles, fuel and other similar expenses.Learn About Tableau Facebook Comments Related posts:A look at Costa Rica’s 2014 elections Johnny Araya to launch ‘gratitude tour’ next week Costa Rica’s runoff campaign season ended Sunday with Solís pressing supporters to get out and vote Non-career politician Luis Guillermo Solís wins Costa Rica presidential runoff in a landslide
The state government of Punjab has announced its plans to develop Ranjit Sagar Lake as an international tourist destination by promoting activities including water sports and eco-tourism. Parkash Singh Badal, Deputy Chief Minister informed that Shivalik Dhauladhar Tourism Development Board (SDTDB) has been set up already for this purpose.A pre-feasibility report had been prepared on this project where possible activities at various locations around the lake site would be provided which includes star category eco resorts, convention center, water based and adventure activities etc.At present, the state government has begun developing nearly 300 plus acres of land, including two islands of Kulara and Musharba, spread across nearly 17 and 3 acres respectively. While nearly 2.5 acres Mango Island is being promoted by a private developer of the region, Deepak Maini.To conserve the rich heritage of the state, Punjab state government has allocated Rs 300 crore on conserving the heritage buildings of religious and historical importance, said Sohan Singh Thandal, Tourism and Cultural Affairs Minister of Punjab on the occasion of World Heritage Day. Besides, thousands of crores of rupees have been spent to build world class historical monuments.The tourism department has also launched ‘Punjab Tourism’ Mobile App which is available in Google Play Store. This unique app integrated with Google Maps contains information about tourist places in all the districts of the state.
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