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Alpha and Peabody, in Multimillion-Dollar Salary Reports, Cite ‘Talent’ and ‘Excellence’ of Executives Who Led Companies Into Bankruptcy

Alpha and Peabody, in Multimillion-Dollar Salary Reports, Cite ‘Talent’ and ‘Excellence’ of Executives Who Led Companies Into Bankruptcy

first_imgAlpha and Peabody, in Multimillion-Dollar Salary Reports, Cite ‘Talent’ and ‘Excellence’ of Executives Who Led Companies Into Bankruptcy FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Julie Silvederio for SNL:Arch Coal Inc.’s Chairman and CEO John Eaves, and Peabody Energy Corp.’s President and CEO Glenn Kellow received $4.9 million and $4.8 million in total compensation in 2015, respectively, according to amended Form 10-K filings released April 29.Arch said its compensation program is designed to attract, motivate and retain highly talented executives.Peabody highlighted Kellow’s strategic vision and leadership in the areas of portfolio optimization, operational excellence, organizational efficiency, fiscal focus and health and safety were critical to the enterprise achievements in 2015, as the major factors in determining his nonequity incentive plan compensation.Full article ($): Arch Coal and Peabody Energy CEOs each had pay approaching $5M in 2015last_img read more

French Investigators in Charge of Investigating Accident Already at Work in Brazil

French Investigators in Charge of Investigating Accident Already at Work in Brazil

first_imgBy Dialogo June 03, 2009 Río de Janeiro, 03 June (EFE). – Official sources reported today that the two officials from the French Accident Investigation Bureau (BEA) in charge of investigating the accident of the Air France plane that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean with 228 people on board have already started their investigation in Brazil. Today, the Brazilian Air Force clarified that the French BEA assumed the investigation of the accident, which occurred around midnight on Sunday, despite the fact that the plane fell into Brazilian territorial waters, pursuant to stipulations set forth by international agreements. According to the Air Force, the International Civil Aviation Convention (also known as the Chicago Convention) establishes that, in this type of case, the investigation is the responsibility of the country in which the plane is registered. The report issued by the Air Force states that “two investigators from the French Bureau are already in Brazil” and are collaborating with Brazilian authorities. French Investigations will be supported by Brazil’s Center for the Investigation and Prevention of Aeronautic Accidents (CENIPA) and also by regional offices located in Río de Janeiro and Recife from the Regional Service for Investigation and Prevention of Aeronautic Accidents (SERIPA). The Brazilian government, after confirming yesterday that the debris found close to 1,200 kilometers from the coast is from the plane that had disappeared, declared mourning in honor of the victims, among whom there were 59 citizens from that country. The Air France Airbus that would have made flight AF447 between Río de Janeiro and Paris with 228 people aboard of 32 different nationalities disappeared from radar screens after transmitting an automatic message to report a technical failure. On Tuesday, Air Force Planes that participated in the search identified scattered debris from the plane floating in Brazilian waters near the archipelago of Sao Pedro and Sao Pablo, uninhabited rocky formations located some 704 kilometers from the Fernando de Noronha archipelago, the easternmost point of Brazil, and 1,296 kilometers from the city of Recife (Northeast). According to the Brazilian Minister of Defense Nelson Jobim, among other signs, a cluster of aircraft debris was spotted along a strip which extended for five kilometers.last_img read more

Operation Crush Covid: Broome County launches plan to further slow spread of pandemic

Operation Crush Covid: Broome County launches plan to further slow spread of pandemic

first_imgA map detailing where cases are located can be found by clicking here. Same for people who were born on an odd year on odd calendar dates. Six people in the county have died from the virus and 14 people have recovered. It is called “Operation Crush Covid.” If you must go out in a group, use the birthday of the oldest person in your party. Operation Crush Covid For example, a person born in the year 1976 should only shop on April 8, April 10 and so on. A person born in 1977 should only shop on April 9, April 11 and so on. Garnar announced there are now 93 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Broome County. Seven are hospitalized and 66 are at their homes. This does not apply for essential medical or work needs. center_img Coronavirus numbers Broome County April 8 coronavirus update Garnar says this operation will not be enforced by store employees or police. Garnar says the operation mandates that people who were born on an even year may only go shopping, to the park or golf on even calendar dates. (WBNG) — Broome County Executive Jason Garnar announced a new social-distancing policy that aims to further slow the spread of the virus. 66 tests are pending. This policy will remain in affect until at least April 29. As of April 7, 161 people are in mandatory quarantine and 48 people are in precautionary quarantine.last_img read more

Duke University nurse from Whitney Point battles COVID-19 on frontlines

Duke University nurse from Whitney Point battles COVID-19 on frontlines

first_imgVESTAL (WBNG) — In 2018, Emma Maslin graduated from Binghamton University. Fast forward two years and the Whitney Point native is now a registered nurse at Duke University during the COVID-19 pandemic. Which puts Maslin in a situation she says she never thought she would be in. Due to the lack of bone marrow transplants during the pandemic, Maslin’s unit is set to be floated. “I have to go through screening and the line for nurses who are in shift change is really long,” says Maslin. “Last week I was floated to a unit that had seen exposure and that is pretty nerve wracking,” she says. “If you would have told me on my orientation that I would be training to treat COVID patients I wouldn’t have believed them,” Emma Maslin told 12 News. she says every week they are ending nurses to be trained for COVID-19 units. Maslin works on the bone marrow transplant floor and begins her day much earlier than normal. Through all the uncertainty, Maslin says the most strenuous part is the lack of masks for the nurses. Due to the shortage, nurses are forced to wear the same mask for the entirety of their shift. Maslin said she is trying to stay strong mentally during a tough time. “Like” Jacob Seus on Facebook and “Follow” him on Twitter. “Which also puts us at risk a little bit because are constantly breathing in stuff that maybe on the mask,” Maslin told 12 News. “It’s what you sign up for when you take the oath and it’s just part of the job and you just try and stay as positive as possible,” she says.last_img read more

Boeing to restart Washington state commercial plane manufacturing

Boeing to restart Washington state commercial plane manufacturing

first_imgThe manufacturer’s South Carolina plant, which produces the 787 Dreamliner, remains closed.”The health and safety of our employees, their families and communities is our shared priority,” said Stan Deal, chief of Boeing’s commercial plane division.”This phased approach ensures we have a reliable supply base, our personal protective equipment is readily available and we have all of the necessary safety measures in place to resume essential work for our customers.”The Washington complex will operate under modified manufacturing procedures to enhance safety, including staggered shift times; a requirement for face coverings and extra hand-washing equipment. In addition, Boeing will implement employee wellness checks at the start of every shift, including voluntary temperature screenings at many locales; and contact tracing when an employee tests positive for the virus.The announcement lifted shares in the aerospace giant in after-hours trading by 7.6 percent to US$144.50. Boeing had suffered an eight percent drop during Thursday’s session, joining other airlines that suffered another drubbing on the bleak outlook for commercial travel.In a note to employees, Boeing Chief Executive David Calhoun praised a US Treasury agreement announced earlier this week to support commercial airlines as “vital to maintaining the aviation pillar of the US economy, even if full recovery will take years, not months.”Talks between Boeing and US Treasury officials are expected later this month on terms of potential federal support for the company. US emergency aid legislation last month included about $17 billion in funds aimed at Boeing.”Our team continues to focus on the best ways to keep liquidity flowing through our business and to our supply chain until our customers are buying airplanes again,” Calhoun said. “We continue to believe strongly in the future of aviation and of Boeing as the industry leader and are willing to borrow against that future.”Topics : Boeing workers return to their jobs starting next week to resume building commercial planes in Washington state for the first time since the plant was shuttered due to the coronavirus, the company said Thursday.Boeing said it plans a “phased” ramp-up at its facilities in Everett Washington, which was closed in late March due to COVID-19 outbreakThe facility in the Puget Sound-region builds several commercial aircraft models including the 777 and the 737, and Boeing said about 27,000 workers will return to the operation. last_img read more

Barcelona prioritising Philippe Coutinho transfer talks with Arsenal

Barcelona prioritising Philippe Coutinho transfer talks with Arsenal

first_imgBarcelona ramping up transfer talks with Arsenal over Philippe Coutinho The Spanish giants want to cash in on the playmaker as quickly as possible (Picture: Getty)Barcelona are prioritising the sale of Philippe Coutinho and are ramping up talks with Arsenal as they look to raise funds to make summer signings of their own, according to reports.The Spanish giants have been hit hard by the coronavirus crisis and need to sell before they can buy, with Coutinho – who spent last season on loan at Bayern Munich – attracting plenty of interest after the German champions declined to make the move permanent.Arsenal have already started talks with both Barca and Coutinho’s agent, Kia Joorabchian, with head of football Raul Sanllehi driving the deal. Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 5 Aug 2020 10:40 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link8kShares Advertisement Commentcenter_img Advertisement Coutinho has won the Bundesliga and German Cup and now wants European glory (Picture: Getty)Now Spanish newspaper Sport report that Barcelona want to offload the Brazilian playmaker as quickly as possible and are prioritising his sale.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThe Catalan club had initially felt the transfer market would be dominated by swap deals this summer but that has not proved to be the case, and they are looking to secure a straight cash deal for Coutinho so they can begin signing players themselves.Arsenal are said to be very keen to bring Coutinho back to the Premier League and there is a willingness from all parties to get the deal done.Mikel Arteta’s side are the clear frontrunner to land Coutinho and talks are progressing well, though Barca have not closed the door to other clubs from entering the bidding.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalBarca are looking to secure a quick deal, though the 28-year-old may have other ideas and is keen to focus on Bayern’s Champions League campaign – which could last for another two-and-a-half weeks – before thinking about a transfer.Speaking to talkSPORT about when Coutinho will decide his next move, Joorabchian explained: ‘After the Champions League, I think it’s not been a secret, we’ve not kept it a secret, that he wants to come back to the Premier League if he can. Coutinho missed a lot of football after the season restart due to injury (Picture: Getty)‘He loves playing in the Premier League, he adored playing in the Premier league, and I think that’s one of his priorities. But he’s also not at all against staying at Barcelona. So it’s still very much open.’Coutinho is unlikely to be the only Barca player heading to the Premier League this summer, with Sport also reporting that they are in talks with West Ham over striker Martin Braithwaite and Everton over young centre-back Jean-Clair Todibo.MORE: Arsenal in pole position to sign Philippe Coutinho as Raul Sanllehi drives talksMORE: Kia Joorabchian speaks out on Arsenal target Philippe Coutinho’s future and reveals when he will decide next moveFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page.last_img read more

Old Salisbury home given a new life

Old Salisbury home given a new life

first_imgThe house at 285 Lillian Ave, Salisbury, is for sale.EMMA Vearing and Brock Turton were trying to break into the property market when they bought an old cottage at Salisbury.The paint was peeling, but Ms Vearing could see past the tired facade of the highset house at 285 Lillian Ave. The bathroom is fresh and modern.Ms Vearing said the area was community-orientated, and there were a number of tightly held houses on Lillian Ave.“Our neighbours across the road have been there for 50 years. Everyone goes out of their way to say hello and we all give each other Christmas presents.” The house is fresh, but still retains character elements.“The house looked like it was falling down but we could see the potential,” Ms Vearing said.“There is a trend in the area of houses being knocked down, but we made a point of wanting to restore it.” The bedroom with stained glass windows is Ms Vearing’s favourite.Besides the potential of the house, there was one other aspect that drew Ms Vearing to the house.“Walking out into the backyard and seeing the big mango tree helped sell us the house,” she said.“It alternates years, but right now it has got fruit.” The turquoise glass is original and has been restored.That restored glass adds to what is now Ms Vearing’s favourite room in the house.“My favourite room would probably be that front bedroom with the leadlight windows.“It’s got a beautiful feel and I’ve always had a good night sleep in that room.” The kitchen is modern, but fits the look of the house.Restoration, not modernisation, was the focus of the couple’s project.“We had all the leadlight windows professionally restored, and when they came out they said that the turquoise glass in our window, and the green and yellow glass was pre-1900s.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours ago“When we were doing up the house, it cost a fortune to have all of those things restored, but we wanted to keep all of that character for someone else to love.” The back deck is a great place to entertain.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:51Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:51 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p432p432p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenStarting your hunt for a dream home00:51last_img read more

De’Ron Davis

De’Ron Davis

first_imgDe’Ron Davis is a 6’10” center for Indiana University.  When Davis came to Indiana, he had a lot of problems and injuries.  This made his first year with IU not only frustrating but it left fans wondering whether he would ever be able to help the Hoosiers win.  Colorado’s high school Mr. Basketball was just another big man on the court.  His high school coach noticed that when he lost weight and got faster he also gained a lot more confidence.  The confidence helped him become a dominating force inside.If his early season play continues to improve, IU may have found a leader for a team that has lacked someone since Yogi Ferrell graduated.  For all of you IU fans in the area, things are improving!  After 2 early season loses, IU and Archie Miller appear to be getting on the right track.  They will need to be,because the Big Ten is loaded again this year!last_img read more

‘Octoberfest’ draws hundreds to Batesville, includes preview of Walnut Street improvement project

‘Octoberfest’ draws hundreds to Batesville, includes preview of Walnut Street improvement project

first_imgBatesville, In. — On Friday, September 14, The Sherman hosted the second annual Oktoberfest in downtown Batesville.  About 1200 people participated in the celebration at The Sherman Biergarten, which was expanded to include the adjacent city blocks. German dresses (drindls) of all colors and rugged lederhosen were the dominate attire seen on the streets this evening.“We had several objectives for this Oktoberfest,” commented owner, Georg Heringer. “Along with creating an exciting community event where neighbor meets neighbor, old friends meet again and new friends are made, we wanted to bring a unique entertainment experience to Batesville by hosting musicians from the region of Bavaria, which is, of course, where Oktoberfest was started in 1810.”The entertainment program began at 6 pm with 16 musicians direct from Germany. Founded in 1935, the Heuboden Musikanten (Hayloft Musicians) can now add The Sherman to their long list of audiences, which includes the Pope at the Vatican in 2007.Shortly after 9 pm, the Ripley County mobile stage positioned in the intersection directly in front of the Biergarten was suddenly illuminated as rock ban FIVE Lights filled the streets of downtown Batesville with three hours of dance-rock fun.German and domestic beer flowed steadily all evening from beer trucks and “bottle beer stations” found on both streets as well as inside the Biergarten at the self-serve window. Off the grill burgers, brats, chicken sandwiches and giant pretzels etc. were available from two street locations and one inside the Biergarten.Around this back drop down Walnut Street, Kid’s Discovery Factory hosted a variety of activities for kids of all ages including giant chalk drawings and an oversized kaleidoscope.Batesville Main Street and the Rural Alliance for the Arts (future BAAC) were present to pre-enact a Walnut Street improvement project and share the news of a National Endowment for the Arts, Our Town Grant award.  The grant funds will facilitate Land Use Planning of the downtown Batesville area, Preliminary Design of a Living Street Concept for the Walnut Street corridor and a Public Art Installation.   A section of Walnut street was transformed with trees, a patch of grass and string lights to show how a pedestrian-friendly street would have a dual role of being both a street and at times a beautiful pedestrian area.Anne Raver, BAAC Community Liaison and Batesville Main Street Board member explained the grant, early drawings and talked about the benefits. She added, “all are welcome to join BAAC and the Batesville Main Street in continuing the momentum created by the efforts of The Sherman and several other downtown initiatives to continue to restore downtown Batesville  with place-making  and revitalization initiatives. Contact us to be a part of the village.”At 6:30 nearly 100 registered runners participated in a 5K run organized by the “What the Hill” running club, The Sherman and several volunteers. The first annual OktoBEERfest, a special event at the Oktoberfest, featured a competitive run to raise funds for the Batesville-based Matthew 19:26 Mission Team who will be helping an orphanage in Kenya with building projects this fall. “We were fortunate to raise several thousand dollars to support their work thanks to amazing sponsors and volunteers,” noted Curtis Gillman.The running tour through downtown Batesville started and ended at The Sherman. All runners were rewarded with t-shirts, a special color-changing mug and a free beer. The “What the Hill” running club of Batesville and The Sherman were one of 25 sponsors supporting the Mission Team’s 2018 program.The Sherman would like to thank several music sponsors; 1) The Friendship State Bank, The Stone Studio, Gehring, Inc., Leising Excavating & Mulch, Budweiser, Fitzpatrick Construction, Gillman Home Center and Pro-Prints, 2) the extra hands who worked the event including the Batesville Youth Baseball/Softball Club, the Batesville High School Tennis Team, and Batesville Main Street and 3) Mayor Mike Bettice and the City of Batesville for their support in closing the streets and donating the tables and chairs among other supporting activities through the course of the months leading up to the event.“Most importantly, the guests who came out to celebrate made it a special event,” added Heringer. “Many walked from neighboring streets, others came from Greensburg, Cincinnati or further. Where ever they came from we are grateful for the visit and look forward to seeing you back at The Sherman soon,” said Heringer.last_img read more

Juventus set to announce signing of Barcelona forward

Juventus set to announce signing of Barcelona forward

first_img Despite hitting 21 goals in an injury-hit season, Suarez’s physical levels have dropped in recent seasons since his prime and his future has come under increasing scrutiny in recent times. Luis Suarez says Barcelona’s board must match the ambitions of strike partner Lionel Messi. Read Also: No more Messi chase for now, says Inter vice-president Barcelona transfer news has been defined by their interest in Inter striker Lautaro Martinez, who has been touted to be the long-term replacement for the Uruguayan at the Camp Nou. Suarez has netted 197 goals across 283 appearances for Barcelona since joining the club from Liverpool in the summer of 2014 but last week reports claimed he had no intention of leaving the club despite interest from elsewhere. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Juventus are completing the final details on signing Barcelona striker Luis Suarez with an official announcement expected soon. The details are outlined by Diario Sport, the deal is likely going to be similar to the one that took Ivan Rakitic to Sevilla – a small upfront fee with several minimal performance-related add-ons. Relations between the Italian champions and Barca are good after the clubs concluded a swap deal between midfielders Arthur Melo and Miralem Pjanic earlier this summer, and this will be another key bit of business between the two. Last week, reports claimed that the deal was being held up by a passport issue with Suarez taking up a non-EU spot in Barcelona’s squad due to Spain’s rules on his marriage to an Italian citizen, but Italy’s regulations means he must first undergo a small test. Suarez will still need to successfully complete his application form for an Italian passport but this will have no bearing on the deal going through. A separate report claimed Juve were willing to match Suarez’s current wage packet of €10m per annum as he looks set to leave the Blaugrana.Advertisement Loading… center_img Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoHere Are The Secret Origins Of Famous FoodsLook Up At The Most Fascinated Ceilings In The World13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksTop 10 Disney Male Role Models10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest PocketJason Statham Bought And Sold A Multi-Million Dollar Houselast_img read more