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One Canadian Pension Fund Is Betting That ‘Cuddly Capital’ Can Raise Its Profile in Private Equity

Barrons | 13 Jan 2020

The head of buyouts at one of Canada’s largest pension plans says the amount of cash it plans to invest in private equity will double to around C$30bn in the next 10 years. Mark Redman, global head of private equity at Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System, says the pension plan expects total assets under management to increase from C$100bn

Public pension funds shun hedge funds for private credit market

The National | 08 Jan 2020

Pension funds are the ocean liners of global markets. In the US alone, state and local retirement funds have $4.57 trillion (Dh16.78tn) in assets. Across the developed world, the pool of money is close to $30 trillion. That means any change in their investment allocation, no matter how incremental, can create a seismic shift in certain corners of

Private pensions cover only six in 10 Irish workers

The Irish Times | 06 Jan 2020

Only six in 10 Irish workers have some form of private pension savings, according to new data published by the Central Statistics Office. The report shows that people continue to leave it late to start saving for retirement. The CSO figures show that fewer than one in five workers under the age of 25 had any private pension in place.

Arizona pension fund joins push toward private credit

Arkansas Online | 31 Dec 2019

Arizona's $41 billion State Retirement System is looking to dedicate one out of every six dollars it manages to direct lending -- more than five times the industry average -- in a move some see as a harbinger of what's to come for the booming asset class. Investors have plowed hundreds of billions of dollars into private-credit funds in recent

A $41 billion pension fund is betting big on private credit

Chicago Business | 31 Dec 2019

Arizona's move follows a similar one by the Teachers Retirement System of Illinois. (Bloomberg) — Arizona’s $41 billion State Retirement System is looking to dedicate one out of every six dollars it manages to direct lending -- more than five times the industry average -- in a move some see as a harbinger of what’s to come

Evolution of the market for private pensions in the first nine months of 2019

Public Technologies | 16 Dec 2019

Bucharest, December 13th, 2019 - The value of total assets under administration, at the level of the entire private pension system, reached 61.53 billion lei (12.95 billion euros), as of September 30, 2019, up 24.04% from December 2018. The share of private pensions in Gross Domestic Product was, at the end of September 2019, 6.22% compared to

Canadian pension funds eye private debt space in India

Live Mint | 08 Dec 2019

Canadian pension funds are looking to tap the private debt space in India where a prolonged credit crunch is hampering the ability of companies to raise funds from traditional lending sources. That includes Canada’s largest pension fund manager Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), which according to a 5 December report by Mint, plans to

CUPE talks pensions and ending privatization at international conference

Public Technologies | 04 Dec 2019

This week in Amsterdam, progressive voices from across the world including labour leaders, researchers, and grassroots activists, are coming together to talk about bringing public services back in house. The Future is Public conference continues the work CUPEdoes with our Canadian and international allies to end

‘Peak’ private-equity fears spread across pension world

Finance & Commerce | 02 Dec 2019

EmailPrintLinkedInFacebookTwitterReddit Investors plowing cash into private assets may recall the words of Wall Street legend Barton Biggs: There’s no asset class that too much money can’t spoil. One of the most fertile grounds for funds harvesting returns in a world of negative-yielding bonds and expensive public companies — private equity

After Looting U.S. Pensions, Private Equity Promises To Save Struggling U.K. Pensions

Forbes | 22 Nov 2019

Private equity firms claim to have found a way for U. K. businesses to keep the promises they made to millions of participants in their pension plans, many of which are under-funded. Watch out! ...

Pension giant Caisse sees risk growing in corner of private-debt market

Canada Dot Com | 12 Nov 2019

Direct lenders and big banks are competing for the largest companies in the red-hot market for private credit, which is eroding underwriting standards, according to Canada’s second-biggest pension fund manager. “The bigger, more solid companies are closer to having access to capital markets, so there’s a bit more erosion there

Personal Finance: Another blow to private pension plans

Times Free Press | 06 Nov 2019

The American industrial icon General Electric recently made an ominous announcement: it is freezing its corporate pension plan, effectively shutting off any future accrual of benefits for the 20,000 workers covered by the plan (the pool had already been closed to new hires since 2012). Like many corporations, GE had underfunded the plan over time

Has the time come for automatic private sector pensions?

Irish Independent | 03 Nov 2019

Dan White Email November 3 2019 7:00 AM 0 Comments Has the time come for automatic private sector pensions? Independent.ie Regina Doherty has become the latest minister to propose auto-enrolling private sector workers into pension schemes, more than 13 years after the concept was first recommended. On Wednesday, the Cabinet approved plans to

Cabinet go-ahead for automatic pension scheme for private sector workers

RTE | 30 Oct 2019

The government has given the go-ahead to the outline of a new auto-enrollment pension scheme. Private sector workers who have no pension provisions currently will be automatically enrolled into a new Government-backed scheme, which is due

Cabinet approval sought for new pension scheme for private sector workers

The Irish Times | 29 Oct 2019

Private sector workers with no pensions provisions will be automatically enrolled into a new Government-backed scheme to ensure they have adequate savings for their retirement. Minister for Social Protection Regina Doherty will ask Cabinet on

AS EKSPRESS GRUPP’S PRIVATE PLACEMENT OF EUR 5 MILLION NOTES TO PENSION FUNDS MANAGED BY ...

Nasdaq Globe Newswire | 08 Oct 2019

AS Ekspress Grupp is issuing 5,000 notes with the nominal value of 1,000 euros each note with interest rate of 6% per annum and maturity date on the 8th anniversary of the issue date, 7 October 2027. Interest payments shall be on an annual basis on the 7th of October each year. ...

AS EKSPRESS GRUPP'S PRIVATE PLACEMENT OF EUR 5 MILLION NOTES TO PENSION FUNDS MANAGED BY ...

MENA FN | 07 Oct 2019

(MENAFN - GlobeNewsWire - Nasdaq) AS Ekspress Grupp is issuing 5,000 notes with the nominal value of 1,000 euros each note with interest rate of 6% per annum and maturity date on t... ...

The evolution of the private pensions market in the first semester of 2019

Public Technologies | 07 Oct 2019

Bucharest, October 7, 2019 - The value of total assets under administration, at the level of the entire private pension system, reached 57.43 billion lei (12.13 billion euros) in the first half of 2019, compared with 45.6 billion lei, in the same last year. At the end of June 2019, the share of private pensions in the Gross Domestic Product was

Welcome to my world! Pensioner, 74, boasts Britain's BIGGEST private flag collection with 680 banners ...

The Daily Mail | 03 Oct 2019

A pensioner has revealed his incredible collection of 680 flags, including one of every country and US state. Grandfather Alex Adlam, 74, keeps Britain's biggest private collection of flags neatly folded up in boxes at his small bungalow in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. He has four flagpoles at his home - two in the front

Retirement fears boost demand for private pension plans

The Japan News | 25 Sep 2019

Bloomberg TOKYO (Bloomberg) — Japanese households are rushing to private retirement products after a government report fueled fears that the national pension system won’t be enough to support them during old age. SBI Securities Co. and Monex Group Inc. have seen applications for defined contribution pension plans surge since the report was released

Working in a private or PSU company? You may also get government pension; Here’s how to avail it

Yahoo Daily News | 25 Sep 2019

Everyone wants to get pension for getting a regular source of earning after retirement as the potential to earn active income is decreasing with time. So, those who get stable and regular earnings which are substantial to lead a comfortable life even after retirement are considered as privileged people. One of such privileged class of people

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Look for changes in retirement plans

La Junta Tribune-Democrat | 19 Jan 2020

It might not have made the headlines, but a recently passed piece of

You Won't Believe How Many People Retire Sooner Than They'd Like to

The Indiana Times | 19 Jan 2020

It's probably a larger percentage than you'd expect. ...

Longtime Lexington High School principal announces retirement plans

The News & Observer | 19 Jan 2020

The longtime principal at Lexington High School announced her plans to retire. During a meeting last week, Melissa C. Rawl informed staff she will be retiring, Lexington County School District ...

Retiring Quiel brothers reflect on sign business’ 60 years in San Bernardino

The Press Enterprise | 19 Jan 2020

There’s a room on the second floor of Quiel Signs in San Bernardino where brothers Larry, Jerry and Gary Quiel would take prospective clients for a look at their family business. Through a window overlooking the service and installation yard, corporate decision makers could see in real time how smoothly the intricate and rather complicated

MILITARY NEWS: Brig. Gen. Shawn Clouthier, of Coxsackie, retires after 38 years of service

Daily Freeman | 19 Jan 2020

Brig. Gen. Shawn Clouthier, a Coxsackie resident and a former commander of the 109th Airlift Wing, ended his military career after 38 years of service on Sunday, Jan. 12, during a ceremony at New York National Guard headquarters in Latham, N.Y. Clouthier served as chief of staff of the 5,800-person New York Air National guard after relinquishing

65 is not 'early retirement' - Mary Lou McDonald

Public Technologies | 19 Jan 2020

19 January, 2020 - by Mary Lou McDonald TD Speaking following comments made by the Taoiseach today, Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald has said: 'The disrespect shown by Leo Varadkar and Fine Gael knows no bounds.

Former Gor Mahia striker Oliech retires from football

Goal | 19 Jan 2020

The veteran striker has decided to hang up his boots after failing to secure a move to a top tier team ...

Liz Weston: How to have a 'no regrets' retirement

Observer-Reporter | 19 Jan 2020

Most retirees regret not saving more. A 2018 study by Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies found 73% wish they’d put aside more money on a consistent basis, and half felt they waited too long to get serious about retirement saving. But retirement is about more than the balance in your 401(k). Even people with sizable nest eggs can wish they

Business Sense: New rules may alter your retirement planning strategy

Times Standard | 19 Jan 2020

In late December 2019, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Act was signed into law. Otherwise known as the SECURE Act, the rules were designed to increase access to tax-advantaged accounts and help prevent older citizens from outliving their retirement savings. Here are just a few major highlights from the act of which savers should be

This Common Social Security Scam Could Potentially Ruin Your Retirement

Muscatine Journal | 19 Jan 2020

Hundreds of thousands of Americans have fallen victim to this scam, and it can be costly. ...

Vicki Gunvalson Hints That She’s Retiring Soon As ‘RHOC’ Cast Faces Uncertainty

Inquisitr | 19 Jan 2020

Vicki Gunvalson was all smiles on her Instagram while visiting Puerto Vallarta, but the OG of the OC is facing

Sources: Retired Kuechly eyes role with Panthers

ESPN | 19 Jan 2020

Luke Kuechly is interested in having a role with the Panthers, a league source told ESPN, potentially as an adviser, coach or executive. ...

Upcoming IRT production explores retirement life

HTO | 19 Jan 2020

What’s the fastest way to get to Florida this month? Drive to Indianapolis. I’m not talking about the airport. ...

Judge permanently retires one-time lawyer Harry Kopyto 31 years after disbarment

CBC | 19 Jan 2020

A one-time Toronto lawyer known for championing underdog causes and whose high profile battles with the profession's regulator spanned decades has been forced into legal retirement. ...

COLUMN: Diego the tortoise talks retirement plans (copy)

Independent Tribune | 19 Jan 2020

Diego the lusty tortoise would be a terrible name for a children’s book, but it aptly describes the more than 100-year-old creature who went above and beyond the call of duty to save his species. As reported by media outlets all over the world that can’t resist a sexy tortoise story, Diego was part of a captive-breeding program for Espanola

Varadkar proposes ‘early retirement pension’ amid backlash over gap

The Irish Times | 19 Jan 2020

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he will create an “early retirement pension” for those who are contractually obliged to retire before the age of 67 amid public backlash over the issue. At present the qualifying age for the State pension is 66, having changed from 65 in 2014. This is set to increase again, via further seven-yearly updates, to 67 in

Air India unions to demand voluntary retirement scheme in Monday meeting

Financial Express | 19 Jan 2020

The minister is set to meet over a dozen Air India unions, including unrecognised ones, on Monday for the second time in a month over the airline's privatisation plans. ...

Spotlight: Strikes against retirement reform highlight institutional crisis in France

Xinhua | 19 Jan 2020

PARIS, Jan. 19 (Xinhua) -- Strikes, protests, and disrupted traffic that began on Dec. 5, 2019 in France, are beginning to weigh on various sectors and reflect a deep crisis for the French political regime. The social movements in France have been pushing back against the government's proposed retirement system reforms. This unprecedented social

Ken Morris: Are you prepared for 8,000 days of retirement?

Royal Oak Daily Tribune | 19 Jan 2020

My financial journals are always packed with the most recent tax law changes, innovative financial strategies and, of course, new planning ideas and suggestions. I recently came across a study that I actually found quite refreshing. Conducted by Hartford Funds, the study segmented life into four 8,000-day phases. The first 8,000 days of life are

BUSH: Avoid major retirement planning mistakes

The Valdosta Daily Times | 19 Jan 2020

Much is out there about the classic financial mistakes that plague start-ups, family businesses, corporations and charities. Aside from these blunders, some classic financial missteps plague retirees. ...

SETSER: Retirement about funding, timing

The Valdosta Daily Times | 19 Jan 2020

When we talk about retirement, there are two parts of that conversation. One is the plan (how it is going to be funded) and the second is about timing. If we can answer those two questions, retirement should be a ...

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Look for changes in retirement plans

La Junta Tribune-Democrat | 19 Jan 2020

It might not have made the headlines, but a recently passed piece of

You Won't Believe How Many People Retire Sooner Than They'd Like to

The Indiana Times | 19 Jan 2020

It's probably a larger percentage than you'd expect. ...

Longtime Lexington High School principal announces retirement plans

The News & Observer | 19 Jan 2020

The longtime principal at Lexington High School announced her plans to retire. During a meeting last week, Melissa C. Rawl informed staff she will be retiring, Lexington County School District ...

Retiring Quiel brothers reflect on sign business’ 60 years in San Bernardino

The Press Enterprise | 19 Jan 2020

There’s a room on the second floor of Quiel Signs in San Bernardino where brothers Larry, Jerry and Gary Quiel would take prospective clients for a look at their family business. Through a window overlooking the service and installation yard, corporate decision makers could see in real time how smoothly the intricate and rather complicated

MILITARY NEWS: Brig. Gen. Shawn Clouthier, of Coxsackie, retires after 38 years of service

Daily Freeman | 19 Jan 2020

Brig. Gen. Shawn Clouthier, a Coxsackie resident and a former commander of the 109th Airlift Wing, ended his military career after 38 years of service on Sunday, Jan. 12, during a ceremony at New York National Guard headquarters in Latham, N.Y. Clouthier served as chief of staff of the 5,800-person New York Air National guard after relinquishing

65 is not 'early retirement' - Mary Lou McDonald

Public Technologies | 19 Jan 2020

19 January, 2020 - by Mary Lou McDonald TD Speaking following comments made by the Taoiseach today, Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald has said: 'The disrespect shown by Leo Varadkar and Fine Gael knows no bounds.

Former Gor Mahia striker Oliech retires from football

Goal | 19 Jan 2020

The veteran striker has decided to hang up his boots after failing to secure a move to a top tier team ...

Liz Weston: How to have a 'no regrets' retirement

Observer-Reporter | 19 Jan 2020

Most retirees regret not saving more. A 2018 study by Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies found 73% wish they’d put aside more money on a consistent basis, and half felt they waited too long to get serious about retirement saving. But retirement is about more than the balance in your 401(k). Even people with sizable nest eggs can wish they

Business Sense: New rules may alter your retirement planning strategy

Times Standard | 19 Jan 2020

In late December 2019, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Act was signed into law. Otherwise known as the SECURE Act, the rules were designed to increase access to tax-advantaged accounts and help prevent older citizens from outliving their retirement savings. Here are just a few major highlights from the act of which savers should be

This Common Social Security Scam Could Potentially Ruin Your Retirement

Muscatine Journal | 19 Jan 2020

Hundreds of thousands of Americans have fallen victim to this scam, and it can be costly. ...

Vicki Gunvalson Hints That She’s Retiring Soon As ‘RHOC’ Cast Faces Uncertainty

Inquisitr | 19 Jan 2020

Vicki Gunvalson was all smiles on her Instagram while visiting Puerto Vallarta, but the OG of the OC is facing

Sources: Retired Kuechly eyes role with Panthers

ESPN | 19 Jan 2020

Luke Kuechly is interested in having a role with the Panthers, a league source told ESPN, potentially as an adviser, coach or executive. ...

Upcoming IRT production explores retirement life

HTO | 19 Jan 2020

What’s the fastest way to get to Florida this month? Drive to Indianapolis. I’m not talking about the airport. ...

Judge permanently retires one-time lawyer Harry Kopyto 31 years after disbarment

CBC | 19 Jan 2020

A one-time Toronto lawyer known for championing underdog causes and whose high profile battles with the profession's regulator spanned decades has been forced into legal retirement. ...

COLUMN: Diego the tortoise talks retirement plans (copy)

Independent Tribune | 19 Jan 2020

Diego the lusty tortoise would be a terrible name for a children’s book, but it aptly describes the more than 100-year-old creature who went above and beyond the call of duty to save his species. As reported by media outlets all over the world that can’t resist a sexy tortoise story, Diego was part of a captive-breeding program for Espanola

Varadkar proposes ‘early retirement pension’ amid backlash over gap

The Irish Times | 19 Jan 2020

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he will create an “early retirement pension” for those who are contractually obliged to retire before the age of 67 amid public backlash over the issue. At present the qualifying age for the State pension is 66, having changed from 65 in 2014. This is set to increase again, via further seven-yearly updates, to 67 in

Air India unions to demand voluntary retirement scheme in Monday meeting

Financial Express | 19 Jan 2020

The minister is set to meet over a dozen Air India unions, including unrecognised ones, on Monday for the second time in a month over the airline's privatisation plans. ...

Spotlight: Strikes against retirement reform highlight institutional crisis in France

Xinhua | 19 Jan 2020

PARIS, Jan. 19 (Xinhua) -- Strikes, protests, and disrupted traffic that began on Dec. 5, 2019 in France, are beginning to weigh on various sectors and reflect a deep crisis for the French political regime. The social movements in France have been pushing back against the government's proposed retirement system reforms. This unprecedented social

Ken Morris: Are you prepared for 8,000 days of retirement?

Royal Oak Daily Tribune | 19 Jan 2020

My financial journals are always packed with the most recent tax law changes, innovative financial strategies and, of course, new planning ideas and suggestions. I recently came across a study that I actually found quite refreshing. Conducted by Hartford Funds, the study segmented life into four 8,000-day phases. The first 8,000 days of life are

BUSH: Avoid major retirement planning mistakes

The Valdosta Daily Times | 19 Jan 2020

Much is out there about the classic financial mistakes that plague start-ups, family businesses, corporations and charities. Aside from these blunders, some classic financial missteps plague retirees. ...

SETSER: Retirement about funding, timing

The Valdosta Daily Times | 19 Jan 2020

When we talk about retirement, there are two parts of that conversation. One is the plan (how it is going to be funded) and the second is about timing. If we can answer those two questions, retirement should be a ...

25th Annual International Foods Night at OJC

Fowler Tribune | 19 Jan 2020

Thursday Jan 16, 2020 at 2:43 PM Jan 19, 2020 at 1:49 PM The International Relations Office at Otero Junior College will host their 25th Annual International Food Night on Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. in the Rizzuto Banquet Room in the Student Center. The event is a primary source of funding for scholarships awarded to international students.  

LEVY: Homeless from outside city put pressure on Toronto shelters

Toronto Sun | 19 Jan 2020

They come by taxi, bus and directly from Pearson Airport to avail themselves of Toronto’s shelter services. According to reports which first came to light at a city committee last week, a homeless person recently turned up at the Peter St. assessment and referral centre in a cab — sent from a Brampton social service agency. “You

A dentist was filmed extracting a tooth while on a hoverboard. He was found guilty ...

CNN | 19 Jan 2020

(CNN)A dentist in Anchorage, Alaska, has been convicted on dozens of charges after he was filmed extracting a patient's tooth as he stood on a hoverboard, according to the Alaska Department of Law. Seth Lookhart was convicted on 46 felony and misdemeanor counts in Anchorage Superior Court on Friday by Judge Michael Wolverton, who called the

Commission approves synthetic turf field at Westwood Park after months of debate

Daily Bruin | 19 Jan 2020

The Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks commissioners unanimously approved a plan Thursday for a new synthetic turf field in Westwood Park. Tommy’s Field, named after Tommy Mark, a local youth soccer player who died in 2018, will replace the open grass area in the park without removing any adjacent tennis courts. The field will measure

Doctors seek 2,000 additional hospital beds and investment in GPs

The Irish Times | 19 Jan 2020

Doctors are seeking 2,000 additional hospital beds to be provided in the first two years of the next government, an end to lower pay rates in place for recently-appointed consultants and new investment in general practice. The Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) said it was “reckless for politicians to talk about

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I’ve always told my firefighter Dad 'I love you' as he leaves for work, just in case

The Irish Times | 19 Jan 2020

To be an Australian means knowing that the land you love could kill you. Indiscriminately. For the craic, if it feels like it. Habits like kicking up toilet seats in parks and service stations to check for spiders are formed over a lifetime and hard to get rid of. Without thinking, I’ve even nudged up the seat at the Shelbourne with a heel more

Girl Scout Cookies: Tasty treat for buyers, business lesson for sellers

The St Helens Chronicle | 19 Jan 2020

Girl Scout Cookie sales have returned, providing a tasty treat for neighbors, revenue for troops and an invaluable experience for scouts. Right now, Girl Scouts throughout Columbia County are collecting cookie orders for the pre-sale period, which began Jan. 4, and they will soon be stationed in front of local stores for booth sales, which will

Column: Cap and Trade: Clever Accounting and Creative PR

The St Helens Chronicle | 19 Jan 2020

“The real danger is when politicians and CEOs are making it look like real action is happening when in fact almost nothing is being done apart from clever accounting and creative PR.” –Greta Thunberg Thunberg’s right when it comes to Oregon cap-and-trade. Here’s why: the Oregon Global Warming Commission’s board vacancies in industries most

Cyprus blasts ‘pirate state’ Turkey’s new gas drilling bid

Arab News | 19 Jan 2020

NICOSIA: Cyprus on Sunday denounced Turkey as a “pirate state” that flouts international law as Turkey’s bid to drill for natural gas in waters where Cyprus has economic rights rekindled tensions over energy reserves in the eastern Mediterranean. Cyprus said Turkey was now attempting to drill inside an exploration area, or block, south of the

Vermont Senate approves paid family leave bill

San Francisco Chronicle | 19 Jan 2020

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — The Vermont Senate approved a paid family leave bill by enough votes to override a potential veto by

Richmond schools to close because of teacher rally

Herald-Standard | 19 Jan 2020

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Richmond's schools superintendent says so many teachers are planning to attend a rally at the state Capitol next week in support of increased school funding the district

Family sue TSA after man, 79, has $82K life savings he kept in tupperware box ...

The Sun | 19 Jan 2020

A FAMILY are suing the TSA after an elderly man's $82K life savings stored in a Tupperware box were seized at a US airport for no apparent reason. Terrence Rolin, 79, from Pennsylvania and his daughter Rebecca Brown are lead plaintiff's in a lawsuit filed this week, after agents confiscated Rolin's "suspicious" $82,373 in

Companies will 'line up' to do business with Harry and Meghan - royal commentator

TVNZ | 19 Jan 2020

It's still up in the air how Prince Harry and Meghan will make money after their decision to step down as senior members of the royal family, live most their time in North America and become financially independent. Your playlist will load after this ad CNN royal commentator Victoria Arbiter discusses the couple’s decision to step back from royal

Kennedy brings campaign to Peabody

Gloucester Times | 19 Jan 2020

PEABODY — Carole Rein of Beverly was "undecided" before she walked into the packed Ancient Order of Hibernians Hall just off Peabody Square on Saturday morning to hear Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy III make his pitch for U.S. Senate, However, amid the thumping music, the standing-room-only crowd of about 150 young people, seniors, North Shore

Libya summit to call for sanctions if ceasefire violated, draft agreement says

CNN | 19 Jan 2020

(CNN)A conference in Berlin that has convened warring factions in Libya as well as their foreign backers to establish a permanent ceasefire is calling for sanctions against parties found in violation of any truce agreed, a draft communique obtained by CNN shows. Tens of thousands of children in Libya at risk amid violence and chaos of civil war The

The SEC Is Telling People to Stay Away from IEOs

LB News | 19 Jan 2020

Initial exchange offerings (IEOs) are getting a bad rap from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which claims that they’re just initial coin offerings (ICOs) under a different brand. IEOs Are Not What They Claim To Be The SEC is warning investors to steer clear of IEOs in that they could come from unregulated exchanges. If the exchange

Feb. 3 meeting focuses on planned relocation of Shandaken Post Office

Daily Freeman | 19 Jan 2020

ALLABEN, N.Y.The public is invited to a community meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, at the Shandaken Town Hall, 7209 state Route 28,

On the edge of America, census begins in a tiny Alaska town

Times Free Press | 19 Jan 2020

TOKSOOK BAY, Alaska (AP) — There are no restaurants in Toksook Bay, Alaska. No motels or movie theater, either. There also aren't any factories. Or roads. But the first Americans to be counted in the 2020 census live in this tiny community of 661 on the edge of the American expanse. Their homes are huddled together in a windswept Bering

'You aren't leading the country on climate change': Karl Stefanovic slams Scott Morrison during fiery ...

The Daily Mail | 19 Jan 2020

Karl Stefanovic slammed Scott Morrison in a fiery interview on the Today Show this morning, saying he was not doing enough to tackle climate change. The Prime Minister outlined new policies to support bushfire victims, including zero-interest loans for small businesses, but Stefanovic swiftly brought up global warming. He said: 'The country has

Mumbai: Shabana Azmi’s driver booked, overtook vehicle on wrong side, say police

Indian Express | 19 Jan 2020

A day after she was injured in a car accident on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway, police booked veteran actor Shabana Azmi’s driver for rash and negligent driving. Inspector Vishwajeet Kaigade of Khalapur police station said the accused, Amalesh Kamat, had not been arrested yet. According to police, Kamat overtook a vehicle from the wrong side and

17th Mumbai Marathon: Avid trekker and runner at 64, man dies of cardiac arrest; 17 hospitalised

Indian Express | 19 Jan 2020

An avid trekker and runner, 64-year-old Gajendra Manjalkar suffered a cardiac arrest and died during the Tata Mumbai Marathon on Sunday morning, while 17 other runners were hospitalised, including one who suffered a heart attack and another a brain stroke. The deceased was a retired bank clerk, who has been taking part in marathons for the past

17th Mumbai Marathon: Ethiopian breaks record for 42-km full marathon

Indian Express | 19 Jan 2020

(Written by Parth Khatau) People made their way from all over the city to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus on Sunday to participate in the Mumbai Marathon, one of the city’s most iconic events. Flagged off for the 17th time, the main attraction of the morning was the elite athlete’s full marathon (42 km), which was won by Derara Hurisa of Ethiopia.

Chhota Udepur: Man booked for ‘killing’ his wife

Indian Express | 19 Jan 2020

The Chhota Udepur police on Sunday booked a man for allegedly killing his wife and then fleeing away with their children. The deceased has been identified as Alpa Jhala (28), a resident of Gadboriyad village of Naswadi taluka in Chhota Udepur. She married Mukesh Solanki eight years ago and have two children, police said. Solanki has been booked