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Former Stobart Group boss at heart of boardroom battle suggested reuniting group

Sunday 24 June 2018 11:28 am whatsapp “Look forward to seeing you and Ben at the Castle tomorrow night.”The Castle, is understood to refer to Day’s home in Cumbria, Edmond Castle, a nineteenth century mansion not far from Tinkler’s own Cumbria home.In a later email Day wrote: “Just read project park and its looks very interesting, can see why you would want to combine! WinWin.”We can chat tomorrow night when we meet up.”Day signed off the email: “Take care mate and speak soon”. Former Stobart Group boss at heart of boardroom battle suggested reuniting group In his reply Tinkler wrote: “Today is de day for the Chairman I sent a email yesterday telling now is a good time for him to step down or I will have to call a EGM which is not in the best interest of him or the company, will keep you updated as it unwinds.”Tinkler, who owns 7.7 per cent of the Stobart Group, is planning on voting against Ferguson’s re-appointment as chair at the company’s 6 July annual general meeting.He has the support of shareholders who control at least 33 per cent of the shares in the company, including fund manager Neil Woodford.In another email exchange Jaeger-owner Day invited Tinkler to attend a future press event for the luxury brand – “you have to come to one, good fun,” he wrote.The pair also exchanged banter about a new boat Day was planning on buying in Greece and in earlier emails talked about a blackjack table he was thinking about installing in his house in Cumbria. James Booth by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeweniixTop 5 best crossover sedans of 2021 – WENIIXweniixHousediverAfter Spotting Trouble, Teen Jumps Into ActionHousediverZenfirYou Will Never Throw Away a Banana Peel Again After You See ThisZenfirInternational Airmed Ambulance | Search AdsInternational Critical Care Flight Nurse Might Be Needed For Elder Patient. Check Options!International Airmed Ambulance | Search Adsmylovelymalinois[Pics] Ex-cop dog barks at tree, dad cuts it downmylovelymalinoisBrilliant TravelerThere’s One Reason Baby Boomers Eat This Strange SnackBrilliant TravelerLocksmith | Search AdsYou Might Need Locksmith More Than You ThinkLocksmith | Search Adsslow-watches.comHandmade in Switzerland: 24 hours and only 1 hand. The Slow Watch helps you to live for the moment.slow-watches.comI Love CatsTop 10 most expensive cat breeds in the world 2020I Love Cats A spokesperson for Tinkler said that ‘project park’, was an example of him trying to create value for the company.“In fulfilling his board appointed role Andrew generated numerous ideas at Stobart Capital to enhance shareholder value for the group,” they said.Tinkler was fired from Stobart’s board earlier this month and the two sides are at legal loggerheads with Stobart accusing Tinkler of making unlawful use of company information and Tinkler accusing the company of defamation. Share Former Stobart Group chief executive Andrew Tinkler drew up plans to merge Stobart Group with trucking business Eddie Stobart Logistics, which it span off in 2014.The merger, which was discussed as recently as last month, would have created a business with a market capitalisation of £1.7bn. whatsapp Tinkler is currently engaged in a bitter battle with the board of the Stobart Group and is trying to unseat its chairman Iain Ferguson, calling for his replacement by Edinburgh Woollen Mills boss Philip Day.The Stobart Group board has accused Tinkler of trying to parachute a friend and ally into the role of chair.Tinkler has previously said he has only met Day a handful of times, but emails between the pair referencing the Stobart merger appear to show a cordial relationship.In emails from last month seen by City A.M., Tinkler asked Day for his input on the proposed merger, dubbed ‘project park’.Day wrote in an email to Tinkler last month: “Now got project park, will read tonight. read more

National Weather Service issues flood advisory for Juneau

first_imgJuneau | WeatherNational Weather Service issues flood advisory for JuneauSeptember 15, 2016 by Tripp J Crouse, KTOO Share:The National Weather Service in Juneau issues a flood advisory for the area around Mendenhall Lake and River in the central channels until 3:45 a.m. Friday.Mendenhall Lake and River were at 8.5 feet at 3:39 p.m. Flood stage is 9 feet.A water level of 9.4 feet causes minor flooding for yards along View Drive.At 9.7 feet, water will flow over West Glacier Spur Road between Skaters Cabin and West Glacier Trailhead.Share this story:last_img

Watch Chief Justice Craig Stowers’ State of the Judiciary address live

first_imgState GovernmentWatch Chief Justice Craig Stowers’ State of the Judiciary address liveFebruary 7, 2018 by Tripp J Crouse, KTOO Share:Alaska Chief Justice Craig Stowers delivers the annual State of the Judiciary Address at 11 a.m. today.Chief Justice Craig Stowers delivers the State of the Judiciary address Feb. 8, 2017, to a joint session of the Alaska Legislature. (Photo by Skip Gray/360 North)Come back to this post at 11 a.m. for a live stream of Gavel Alaska coverage. Or watch on 360 North television, which is available in Juneau over the air on channel 3.3, or on cable and satellite.You can also listen to coverage here on KTOO and over the air.#akleg TweetsShare this story:last_img

Jon Favreau

first_imgCelebrityJon FavreauBy Ed Leibowitz – May 7, 20141671ShareEmailFacebookTwitterPinterestReddItAfter moving to L.A. from Chicago in 1993, I lived in a building on Franklin Avenue. The shopping strip across the street didn’t really amount to much then. There was the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, a little place where you could get a drink, another where you could get a cup of coffee. But the neighborhood was right under the Hollywood sign, and my friends and I dug that because we were all wanna-be actors.One morning my phone rang. A guy says, “It’s the LAPD calling.” I asked what’s wrong, and he says, “We have your car.” I said, “My car’s parked in a lot next to the building.” He said, “Why don’t you look?” I looked out my window—and there was no car.They had stolen the seats and the air bags. They had stripped it fast, even though the cops had recovered it almost immediately. It was a Honda, and the cop told me that Hondas get stolen all the time. I asked him what I could get that doesn’t get stolen. He said, “They don’t steal old cars.” So I took the insurance money and bought a 1964 Mercury Comet Caliente convertible, which we used in Swingers.Queue ’Em UpChef(Opens May 9)Favreau writes, directs, and stars in this comedy about a failed restaurateur turned food-truck cook.Iron Man(2008)As director, he resuscitated Robert Downey Jr.’s career by insisting that the actor play the lead in the Marvel blockbuster.Swingers(1996)Favreau wrote the script and starred with Vince Vaughn in the indie comedy, which was set in retro-hipster Los Feliz.I waited months for the classic car dealer to restore it. Finally he finished it, and it looked beautiful. It was a good thing I’m so neurotic. I made sure I got my insurance before I even drove off the lot. The first day, I parked in front of the Actors’ Gang theater on Santa Monica Boulevard because I was doing a show at the time. There was a screech and a slam. The car that ran into the Comet was a stolen one—I think it was a Caprice—and it was totaled. The people inside it ran away from the accident. The whole back left rear of my Comet was completely accordioned. It took forever to find a replacement piece, and they ended up taking it off of a four-door. You can see in the movie it’s missing the trim in the back because my car was a two-door, and the trim didn’t fit.With Swingers, the level of attention became overwhelming— it’s debilitating. I’ve grown very Zen about [success] as I’ve gotten older. People aren’t really equipped to handle it, and when it happens to you, what you really want to do is hide. So I sublet an apartment in Santa Monica and just sort of hung out away from the scene.After the movie, Vince [Vaughn] got a new Bronco. I bought a used Cadillac DeVille sedan. Vince said I looked like a hillbilly who had just gotten a record contract. I loved it—it’s the car my grandfather used to drive. I met the woman who was to become my wife not long after. She told me later that, for her and her mother, it was definitely a plus that I was a young guy driving around in a big old Cadillac. I was kind of an old man even then.One day I saw Vince driving toward me on Sunset Boulevard. By then he was exploding beyond anything that any of us had ever experienced and making more money than any of us had ever seen. We were the toast of the town for the moment. I slowed down, and Vince saw me coming the other way. I said, “Hey, man, what’s up? How are you doing?” Vince said, “I’m miserable.” I said, “Me, too.” TAGSJon FavreauL.A. StoryPrevious article5 Can’t-Miss Craft Beer Anniversary PartiesNext articleDía de CampoEd Leibowitz RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR10 Famous Filming Locations from Steve Martin’s ‘L.A. Story’The Wildly Popular Dudes Who Power Pod Save America Have Moved Political Discourse to the Left…CoastGarry Shandling’s Funny Friends Play One Final Basketball Game at His L.A. Homelast_img read more

News / US withdrawal from Iran deal could have ‘significant’ impact on transport and logistics

first_imgShahid Rajaee Port A similar commentary from insurer North P&I Club added: “The decision by President Trump announced on 8 May to cease the US participation in the JCPOA and to begin re-imposing US nuclear-related sanctions is likely to have significant ramifications for maritime trade with Iran and the insurance of such trade.“As the sanctions relief introduced by the US pursuant to the JCPOA focused to a large extent on the relaxation of secondary sanctions and thus permitted non-US persons to trade more freely with Iran, the re-imposition of these secondary sanctions will have the opposite effect,” it said.The US decision could affect scores of firms, according to the recent Transport Intelligence report Middle East Logistics Investments Opportunities, published before Trump’s decision this week.“Following the removal of UN and EU sanctions in January 2016, international business has flocked to Iran en masse. In the logistics industry, this includes airlines, container lines, freight forwarders and international road freight providers linking with Europe.“Outside of logistics, numerous major manufacturers, especially in the oil & gas sectors, automotive and renewables sectors have ramped up operations there.“However, The Trump administration has taken a hostile stance to the country’s leadership. The US government still has in force numerous unilateral sanctions, largely prohibiting US companies doing business with Iran,” it said.It noted that Maersk relaunched services to country, which it called a 1.4m teu market, in October 2016, while MSC, CMA CGM, Evergreen and Hyundai all returned the year before.“In a nutshell, container lines have returned en masse.“A similar story applies for air freight. Many major European airlines have resumed services to Iran. KLM commenced in October 2016, IAG Cargo in September and Air France in April.“In addition, Iran has ordered 80 jets from Boeing and 100 from Airbus, the country’s first planes acquired from Western manufacturers since 1979.”From air transport media outlets it would appear that both Boeing and Airbus are resigned to losing these contracts.TOMORROW: The Loadstar examines the impact on freight forwarders The response of the remaining countries to the US decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal will likely determine whether non-US maritime and freight forwarding companies can continue trading with the country.The JCPOA [Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action] was signed by Iran, the EU, and the P5+1 – the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (China, France, Russia, UK and the US) plus Germany.Nigel Carden, deputy chairman for the UK Club Managers Thomas Miller P&I, said: “The decision is expected to have significant implications for maritime trade with Iran and the insurance of such trade.“However, a full assessment of the likely impact of the decision will only be possible following receipt of clarification of the position of the remaining JCPOA partners, who have recently reaffirmed their support for the JCPOA, together with further clarification from the US Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) in relation to the management of the “wind-down” periods envisaged under the decision.”center_img By Gavin van Marle 10/05/2018last_img read more

NCAA recruiting dead period expires

first_imgFGCU experiences large scale power outage on campus May 28, 2021 FORT MYERS, Fla.– For FGCU Head Men’s Basketball Coach Michael Fly, recruiting new players to his program over the last 15 months has not been easy. “The last year and a half really we’ve been recruiting guys and taking commitments and signing guys without ever meeting them in person” said Fly. At the onset of the pandemic, the NCAA instituted a ban known as a dead period on all in person recruiting. Coaches could not leave campus to recruit while prospective recruits could not visit campuses. “It’s hard because you’re not spending that kind of quality time with them,” said Fly. Gov. DeSantis signs bill barring transgender females from women’s sports June 2, 2021 AdvertisementTags: FGCUsports Advertisement“They’re not spending quality time with your players, which I think is an important part of the recruiting process.”Instead, coaches gave virtual tours to their recruits while they relied on game film to evaluate them. Throughout the last 15 months the NCAA continued to extend its dead period until finally allowing it to expire at midnight, on Tuesday morning.  FGCU invites 2020 graduates back for in-person Grad Walk May 29, 2021 AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments With the dead period now over, coaches immediately welcomed recruits back to campus, such as North Fort Myers High School sophomore Levontai Summersett. “It’s a totally different feeling from talking over the phone,” said Summersett. Just days after the NCAA’s dead period expired, Summersett was in Atlanta taking an unofficial visit to Georgia Tech and to meet with the Yellowjackets’ football coaches. “I can’t explain it. It was just exciting to see them in person than over the phone,” Summersett said. Summersett’s excitement is shared by Fly and his new class of recruits. “One of our signees’ moms called me last night and told me it is finally going to be nice to meet me in person because he has been signed with us for a while and we’ve never met face to face,” Fly recalledRight now, however, Fly and other NCAA coaches cannot leave campus to recruit, only welcome players for official visits. Fly and his coaching staff will officially be allowed to leave campus to recruit in July.  RELATEDTOPICS Advertisement Advertisement AdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments FGCU digs up answers on Tulsa Massacre that killed hundreds in black community June 4, 2021last_img read more

Jamaica, Cuba to Sign MoU

first_imgJamaica, Cuba to Sign MoU UncategorizedDecember 15, 2008 RelatedJamaica, Cuba to Sign MoU RelatedJamaica, Cuba to Sign MoU RelatedJamaica, Cuba to Sign MoUcenter_img Advertisements FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Jamaica will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Cuba within the next few weeks, which will provide for joint destination marketing and airlift arrangements between the Caribbean island states.Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett speaking at a media forum on issues affecting Jamaica’s tourism sector at the Creative Production and Training Centre (CPTC) in Kingston on Thursday (Dec. 11), said the MoU evolved out of negotiations, which Prime Minister Bruce Golding commenced with the Cuban administration earlier this year, when he led a delegation, which included the Tourism Minister, to that Spanish-speaking nation.“We started the negotiations, and the Foreign Affairs team, along with a team from my Ministry, visited Cuba again. about September, and we are ready now (to sign the MoU),” Mr. Bartlett explained.The Minister informed that the agreement will facilitate the “marrying” of both countries as destinations of choice for visitors.“Cuba has very strong European traffic at the moment. Perhaps 60 per cent of the Cuban traffic is out of Europe, for example, there are about 100,000 Italians that go to Cuba every year. The Europeans have the luxury of vacation time. they get three weeks or more,” he said, noting that they could spent some of them time in Cuba and Jamaica.Mr. Bartlett advised that Jamaica Vacations (JamVac), an agency of the Tourism Ministry, which has responsibility for developing new travel gateways for Jamaica, will be working with entities that co-ordinate flights out of Europe into Cuba, to facilitate code sharing arrangements with Air Jamaica.In the meantime, he said that Jamaican could benefit from the possible lifting of the United States’ economic embargo on Cuba.“Jamaica and Cuba, as you know, enjoy a good relationship, and in our marketing, we have looked beyond the opening up of Cuba, and. completed (the) Memorandum of Understanding. We see Cuba’s opening, not as a threat, but as an opportunity for co-marketing and for regional cooperation,” Mr. Bartlett stated.last_img read more

News Roundup: These automakers are aiding Canadian customers pinched by COVID-19

first_img We encourage all readers to share their views on our articles using Facebook commenting Visit our FAQ page for more information. See More Videos Canadian billionaire buys up almost 20-per-cent stake in Aston Martin The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car ever PlayThe Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car everPlay3 common new car problems (and how to prevent them) | Maintenance Advice | Driving.caPlayFinal 5 Minivan Contenders | Driving.caPlay2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge | Ministry of Interior Affairs | Driving.caPlayThe 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is a new take on Canada’s fave truck | Driving.caPlayBuying a used Toyota Tundra? Check these 5 things first | Used Truck Advice | Driving.caPlayCanada’s most efficient trucks in 2021 | Driving.caPlay3 ways to make night driving safer and more comfortable | Advice | Driving.caPlayDriving into the Future: Sustainability and Innovation in tomorrow’s cars | virtual panelPlayThese spy shots get us an early glimpse of some future models | The Canadian billionaire will take over as executive chairman of Aston Martin next month. His Yew Tree consortium is set to get a bigger chunk of Aston after it renogotiated the terms of the fundraising this month.In January, Stroll had agreed to pay US$239 million for a 16.7-per-cent stake in Aston Martin, and inject US$72.8 million in short-term funding in the company. Now his group is expected to net a 25-per-cent stake for just US$210 million, after it injects the marque with US$112 million in short-term funding.RELATED advertisement First Look: 2021 Aston Martin DBXThe investment “gives the necessary stability to reset the business for its long-term future,” Stroll said. “We have a clear plan to make this happen,” including Aston Martin entering an F1 works team next season.While the coronavirus pandemic could dent demand, the company says its order book “remains significant,” including over 2,000 commitments for the DBX SUV. The company is banking on the US$189,000 DBX selling in higher volumes than the stylish sports cars made famous in the James Bond movies. Deliveries of the DBX are planned to begin in summer. They will compete with prestige brands like Lamborghini’s Urus and the Bentley Bentayga, which have already established themselves in the ultra-luxury SUV market. center_img COMMENTSSHARE YOUR THOUGHTS RELATED TAGSAston MartinDBXLuxurySupercarsLuxury VehiclesNew VehiclesSupercars Buy It! Princess Diana’s humble little 1981 Ford Escort is up for auction An engagement gift from Prince Charles, the car is being sold by a Princess Di “superfan” Trending in Canada Aston Martin said it may need to tap into high-interest notes it was trying to avoid drawing down, even after a US$663-million capital infusion from a group led by billionaire Lawrence Stroll.The U.K. luxury carmaker doesn’t have sufficient working capital based on European Securities and Markets Authority rules, because the coronavirus has created “increased and unquantifiable uncertainty” in its business, Aston Martin said in a statement. That’s made it impossible to come up with a model for a “reasonable worse case downside,” it said.“Taking into account the proceeds of the capital raise, the company is of the opinion that the group does not have sufficient working capital to meet its requirements for 12 months” from February, when it published the original prospectus for the Stroll bailout, it said late Monday. Trending Videos ‹ Previous Next ›last_img read more

US operators push for staffing boost

first_img Diana Goovaerts Apps A coalition of US operator groups urged President Joe Biden and Congress to prioritise skills training for telecommunications jobs, arguing many more workers are needed to meet the demands of 5G network rollouts.In a letter, US Telecom, the Competitive Carriers Association (CCA), the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) and others said next-generation deployments were expected to create 850,000 new direct jobs by 2025, but warned “our American workforce is not currently ready to fill them”.They pressed for upcoming broadband legislation to include “support for employers to expand registered apprenticeships” and cover certification costs for workers. The groups also sought assistance for educational programmes covering “broadband and network engineering, network deployment and field activities, and cybersecurity”.“The stakes are high. Without a properly trained 5G workforce, China can use centralised authority to quickly focus labour resources to beat us to the finish line.”Staffing has been an ongoing challenge for operators in the country: the Federal Communications Commission and NATE flagged expected shortages as a key issue in the run up to 5G deployments. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back US US chip association presses for export control review Related Tags Previous ArticleMobile Mix: We built this cityNext ArticleHuawei China smartphone shipments tumble center_img Author China hit as US limits tech imports AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 28 JAN 2021 Home US operators push for staffing boost Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more ByteDance US TikTok sale rumbles onlast_img read more

Man Convicted in 2005 Death of St. Ignatius Man

first_img Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox. POLSON – A Lake County jury has convicted a 24-year-old man in the 2005 death of a St. Ignatius man whose body was found in his burned trailer.KERR-AM reports the jury deliberated 90 minutes before finding Clifford Oldhorn guilty of deliberate homicide in the July 7, 2005 death of Harold Mitchell Jr.In closing arguments Friday, defense attorney Ronald Piper argued that Oldhorn’s jailhouse confession that he and three others conspired to rob Mitchell because he was rumored to keep a lot of cash was made up to gain leniency in a burglary case.Oldhorn testified that it was a coincidence that his made-up confession matched evidence in the case.Mitchell died of a severed carotid artery. His body and trailer were then set on fire.Sentencing is set for Aug. 31. Emaillast_img read more