Wolves have completed the permanent signing of Leander Dendoncker from Anderlecht, the Premier League club have confirmed.The 24-year-old joined Wanderers on a season-long loan last August, with the club having an obligation to sign him this summer. JIBE Solskjaer gives Pogba fitness update and calls him world’s best all-round midfielder Lampard appears to aim dig at Mourinho for handling of Salah and De Bruyne at Chelsea Dendoncker made 19 league appearances during his debut season at Molineux, netting twice.After two outings in the Carabao Cup in August and September, the Belgian had to wait another three months for his league debut, coming on as a substitute in a 2-1 win over Chelsea.But then became a regular member of the starting line-up in 2019.“I believe a lot of the success we had in the second part of the season was down to a big contribution from him,” added Thelwell.“There was always an obligation to turn Leander’s deal permanent, so we’re delighted it’s worked out the way it has. He has been a welcome addition to the group.”Before moving to Wolves, Dendoncker played almost 200 games for Anderlecht after coming through their youth system, making Champions League and Europa League appearances along the way. Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Liverpool update ‘Champions Wall’ after ending 2019 as European and world champions Loan ➡️ PermanentLeander Dendoncker is now officially a Wolves player after being on loan for the 2018/19 season.🐺 pic.twitter.com/z1UsNfxH1N— Wolves (@Wolves) July 1, 2019 New job Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:50Loaded: 9.01%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:50 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, 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.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 Rate1xFullscreen Former Crystal Palace and West Brom manager Pardew takes over at Dutch strugglers Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January latest 1 Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January deals Football’s top transfers from the 2019 summer transfer window so far And although it took him time to adjust, the midfielder eventually made a big impression as Nuno Espirito Santo’s side reached the FA Cup semi-final and finished seventh in the Premier League.“He came in a bit later in the window and took time to settle and get used to the way in which we operate and play,” said the club’s sporting director, Kevin Thelwell.“But since he broke into the team he’s been terrific.“He’s very professional, very honest and very hard-working, so he fits the team perfectly.”It is understood the fee Wolves have paid for Dendoncker is £12million, though the club have not announced the length of the deal. TROPHY Getty Images Tottenham issue immediate ban to supporter who threw cup at Kepa LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star targets Dendoncker became an important member of the Wolves first team REVEALED punished Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update LATEST boost
WSLM broadcast the Indiana High School Girls SectionalsThe tournament begins February 11 and will continue on February 14 and 15th.Admission: $6 per session; $10 all sessions.Sectional 15. Jennings County (6)Game 1: Seymour vs. New Albany.Game 2: Bedford North Lawrence vs. Floyd Central.Game 3: Jeffersonville vs. Winner of Game 1.Game 4: Jennings County vs. Winner of Game 2.Championship: Winner of Game 3 vs. Winner of Game 4. Regionals Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014.Admission: $7 persession; $10 both sessions. Sectional 30. Charlestown (8)Game 1: Scottsburg vs. North Harrison.Game 2: Charlestown vs. Brownstown Central.Game 3: Salem vs. Silver Creek.Game 4: Madison vs. Corydon Central.Game 5: Winner of Game 1 vs. Winner of Game 2.Game 6: Winner of Game 3 vs. Winner of Game 4.Championship: Winner of Game 5 vs. Winner of Game 6.Sectional 46. Eastern (Pekin) (6)Game 1: Paoli vs. Henryville.Game 2: Crawford County vs. Clarksville.Game 3: Providence vs. Winner of Game 1.Game 4: Eastern (Pekin) vs. Winner of Game 2.Championship: Winner of Game 3 vs. Winner of Game 4.Sectional 61. Orleans (6)Game 1: Orleans vs. Crothersville.Game 2: Springs Valley vs. West Washington.Game 3: Trinity Lutheran vs. Winner of Game 1.Game 4: Medora vs. Winner of Game 2.Championship: Winner of Game 3 vs. Winner of Game 4.Sectional 62. New Washington (6)Game 1: Rock Creek Academy vs. Lanesville. Game 2: South Central (Elizabeth) vs. New Washington.Game 3: Borden vs. Winner of Game 1.Game 4: Christian Academy of Indiana vs. Winner of Game 2.Championship: Winner of Game 3 vs. Winner of Game 4.
Round three of the Leitrim club championships gets underway this evening; while the club championship action also throws-in in Sligo this weekend.In Leitrim, the heavyweight clash of the champions gets things underway this weekend, as reigning senior champions Aughawillan face reigning intermediate champions Ballinamore Sean O’Heslin’s in Cloone at 8.30pm.Tomorrow there is a senior double-header at Pairc Sean, as Dromahair take on St Mary’s and Melvin Gaels face Allen Gaels.Glencar/Manorhamilton will look to make it three wins from three when they face Bornacoola in Drumshanbo, while Mohill face Gortmettragh and Annaduff face Drumreilly.In the intermediate grade, Ballinaglera and Aughnasheelin also clash in Drumshanbo tomorrow, while Glenfarne/Kiltyclogher play Cloone in Ballinammore on Sunday, the same day as Drumkeerin face Aughavas in Pairc Sean.The Junior A teams from Glencar/Manor, Drumkeerin and Melvin Gaels are also in round two action on Sunday.In Sligo, Markievicz Park hosts a senior double-header tomorrow as Coolera/Strandhill face St Molaise Gaels and holders Tourlestrane take on Drumcliffe/Rosses Point.Gaels midfielder Cathal Burns says that his side are determined to be competitive at the senior grade…Audio Playerhttps://www.oceanfm.ie/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Cathal-Burns-Clip.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Markievicz also hosts Sunday’s meeting of St Mary’s and Eastern Harps.But the big game of the weekend could be in Bunninadden, as south Sligo rivals Tubbercurry and Curry go head to head tomorrow evening.Tubber were winners as recently as 2014, and reached this year’s league final.Defender Brian Curran believes they can be contenders once again…Audio Playerhttps://www.oceanfm.ie/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Brian-Curran-Clip.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Curry last won the championship in 2012, but midfielder Dennis Coffey says they have come close in recent seasons…Audio Playerhttps://www.oceanfm.ie/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Dennis-Coffey-Clip.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.In the intermediate championship this weekend, St Michael’s play Shamrock Gaels, Geevagh take on Easkey and St John’s play Enniscrone/Kilglass on Saturday, while Castleconnor take on Bunninadden on Sunday.
The six-person jury in a civil trial about the tragic plane crash off Pelee Island nearly 16 years ago that killed all 10 on board found the pilot, Capt. Wayne Price, as entirely at fault.The verdict, delivered by the jury around 10:30 p.m. Friday after three weeks of testimony before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Chatham, only awarded $345,000 in financial compensation, far short of the $5.8 million in punitive and aggravated damages being sought by the plaintiffs.Londoner Paul Brisco, 71, was suing the estate of Price, airline company Georgian Express and ferry operator Owen Sound Transportation Company on behalf of himself and the estate of his brother Robert Brisco, 46, of Chatham, one of eight area hunters killed when Georgian Express Flight 126 crashed through the Lake Erie ice shortly after taking off from the Pelee Island Airport on Jan. 17, 2004.The other hunters who died in the crash included brothers Ted Reeve, 53, and Tom Reeve, 49, of Chatham; Dr. Jim Allen, 51, of Mitchell’s Bay; Ronald Spencler, 53, and Wally Sadowski, 48, both of Windsor; and Fred Freitas, 38, and Larry Janik, of Kingsville.The jury was asked to decide if there was conduct by Price “for which it ought to be punished and deterred by an award of punitive damages.”The jury answered yes in deciding to impose a financial penalty of $300,000 against Price’s estate, compared to the $1 million the plaintiffs were seeking.The particulars of the jury’s ruling included the pilot deciding to fly a plane contaminated by ice that was also overweight, due in part to being over-fuelled by Price.The jury also noted Price had his girlfriend, Jamie Levine, as a passenger on the flight, a decision that was against company policy without making a jump-seat request. The members of the jury also found Price at fault for not taking a company-provided de-icing canister before he departed from Toronto to Windsor, where he would later make two trips to Pelee Island as part of regularly scheduled flights by Georgian Express, which was under contract with the Owen Sound Transportation Company to provide winter air service to the island.An investigation by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada in the wake of the crash determined the plane was 576 kilograms over its maximum allowable weight and contaminated with ice when Price decided to take off.The jury didn’t levy an financial penalties against Georgian Express or the Owen Sound Transportation Company, effectively answering no to the question of whether there was conduct by either company that ought to be punished and deterred.The plaintiffs were seeking $4 million in punitive damages against Georgian Express, having produced witness testimony that Price felt pressured to fly during bad weather conditions. Other witness testimony presented evidence the pilot was missing training on the day of the crash and noted the company’s failure to provide de-icing equipment or even a ladder for pilots to use to check the plane for ice contamination at the Pelee Island Airport.Both of those safety measures, along with adding a second crew member to the Pelee Island fights, were implemented by Georgian Express shortly after the crash.The aggravated damages by the jury also fell well short of what the plaintiffs were seeking.Paul Brisco was awarded $20,000 for the loss of care, guidance and companionship of his brother Robert after seeking $50,000 for this loss.The jury decided there would be no financial compensation for the mental injury Brisco suffered in dealing with the tragic death of his brother or for the value of his services in wrapping up his brother’s property management and real estate businesses.However, the jury agreed with the plaintiffs’ request for $25,000 in compensation to the estate of Robert Brisco for the mental injury he would have suffered in the final moments of his life as the plane crashed.There was silence in the courtroom as Superior Court Justice Thomas Carey read the verdict.Members of the Brisco family declined comment immediately after trial ended, noting they wanted time to process the verdict.Bob Love, a lawyer for the defendants, told the jury members during the closing arguments they had the “difficult task” of trying to decide this case without emotion and feeling, based solely on the facts.After the trial, he acknowledged it was challenging to deal with the emotion of the case.“It’s a very dramatic, tragic event, so it’s difficult on all sides,” Love firstname.lastname@example.org@Chathamnews
A new study hooked up eye trackers to people who were using a Ouija board, and the researchers found that, yeah, everyone was pushing it a little bit. Sorry to ruin your first experience with crossovers from the spirit world. Remember that slumber party when you were a kid where someone busted out the Ouija board . . . it spelled out some random stuff . . . and then you took turns accusing each other of pushing the thing to affect the results? Well . . . it turns out you were all guilty.
17 June 2009The football fans of Mangaung/Bloemfontein are well known in South Africa as being among the country’s most vociferous, charismatic, and hospitable followers of the beautiful game.And now the city’s warmth and love of the game has received the highest praise, after an enjoyable few days spent in the “City of Roses” by Brazil’s superstar Seleçao at the start of the Fifa Confederations Cup.The Brazilians arrived in Mangaung/Bloemfontein on 11 June and held an open training session at the Seisa Ramabodu Stadium the next day, which was attended by thousands of ecstatic fans clamouring to see the likes of Kaka, Robinho, Alexandre Pato and Dani Alves in the heart of the area’s Rocklands township.For South Africa’s organisers, it has been important to give ordinary football fans a taste of the tournament and its stars. And for the Brazilians, training in a familiar-looking favela and entertaining the football-loving locals was clearly equally important.With the team’s welcome matched by good logistical preparations and facilities and the city’s first game seeing Brazil overcome Egypt in a 4-3 thriller at the Free State Stadium on Monday, excitement in the city is sky-high.“I’ve really enjoyed being in Bloemfontein a lot,” said the team’s 2002 World Cup-winning midfielder, Gilberto Silva, after the game against Egypt. “We’ve had a good experience here. Everyone’s very happy with the conditions and the organisation.“We had a very good crowd at our training sessions and at the match, and it’s been great seeing the passion people here have for the game,” Silva added. “They’ve been singing and dancing all the time.”For the decorated former Arsenal player, who now plays for Greek club Panathinaikos, the Confederations Cup – and Brazil – is set to get even better over the next few days.“It’s been a fantastic competition, and I am sure it will get even better,” Silva said. “We are very excited to be playing in a very important competition.”One of the biggest names in the game, Kaka, was even more effusive in his praise of the locals.“This is exactly the World Cup in Africa we were longing for and that we were expecting,” Kaka said. “It’s great to see the passion people here have for the game and how they celebrate and enjoy us being here. I am sure the World Cup next year will be even better.”The Brazilian team’s media officer, Rodrigo Pavia, said his message to the Brazilian press and the team’s multitudes of supporters back home was that their reception and experience in South Africa has been “wonderful”.“Everything’s been great,” Pavia said. “The hotels, the structure and the stadium. In Brazil we don’t have any stadiums like [Free State stadium]. The pitch was OK and the security perfect.“Everyone here in South Africa has been really nice, and our open training session was wonderful, amazing,” Pavia added. “The fans danced and sang throughout. We have the same kind of atmosphere and way of life in Brazil, and the players have really enjoyed being here.”Having charmed their way into the hearts of Mangaung/Bloemfontein, the Seleçao are now in Tshwane/Pretoria for Thursday’s game against the United States at Loftus Versfeld Stadium – and their highly anticipated, sold-out clash against current world champions Italy at the same venue on Saturday.The most popular football team on the planet can rest assured that the reception they receive in Pretoria will be equally warm and friendly.Source: 2010 Fifa World Cup South Africa Organising Committee
This week’s International Association of Interviewers interview and interrogation training tip provided by Wicklander-Zulawski, has Dave Thompson, CFI, discussing the importance of withholding key evidence during an interview or interrogation.The term “withholding” really means keeping the information within the investigative resources, meaning you (and maybe your witness) is aware of that information. By not releasing that information to your subject, it gives you several advantages in the conversation.First of all, the subject does not know exactly what you know, which sometimes leads the subject to admit to crimes that you were unaware of in the first place. If you show them an example of them taking money out of a register on video, they might admit to that one instance, but not to the five other times they’ve committed the same crime.- Sponsor – The other benefit of withholding a key piece of evidence is that if your subject is able to give you specific details about the crime and about the act, and you never prompted them with that information, that helps you substantiate that information. If they can give you information that only the guilty person would know, it helps you understand they’re being truthful—which also helps you validate or vouch for the rest of the story that they’re going to provide.Often, investigators will feel frustrated and will want to present the subject with evidence in order to get the admission. Challenge yourself to withhold that evidence or make it more of a gradual release for the reasons discussed here.Watch the video, then let us know what topics you’d like to hear more about in upcoming Tips of the Week: Take the survey.Every loss prevention investigator should continuously strive to enhance their investigative interviewing skills as part of an ongoing commitment to best-in-class interviewing performance. This includes holding ourselves to an elite standard of interview and interrogation training that is ethical, moral and legal while demanding excellence in the pursuit of the truth. The International Association of Interviewers (IAI) and Wicklander-Zulawski (WZ) provide interview and interrogation training programs and additional guidance to investigators when dealing with dishonest employees, employee theft, sexual harassment, policy violations, building rapport, pre-employment interviewing, lying, denials and obtaining a statement.By focusing on the latest information and research from experts in the field as well as academia, legal and psychological resources, these video tips provide interview and interrogation training techniques that can enhance the skill sets of professionals with backgrounds in law enforcement, loss prevention, security, asset protection, human resources, auditors or anyone looking to obtain the truth.To learn more about interview and interrogation training and how you can further develop your professional skill sets, visit www.w-z.com or www.certifiedinterviewer.com.This post was originally published in 2017 and was updated July 9, 2018. Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox. Sign up now
We’re already living in the world of the Internet of Things (IoT). IDC estimates that there are already 20 billion devices that can connect to the internet and that number will grow to 32 billion by 2020.Tony Olvet, IDC Canada group vice-president, said that “we’re not talking about SIMs or sensors. There are lots of different players. It’s a fragmented constellation of markets.”Two areas where IDC sees rapid IoT adoption are with Healthcare and Retail. The IoT healthcare monitoring market is expected to grow from $8.2 billion in 2014 to more than $12.4 billion i n2018. Similarly, Retail IT IoT is expected to grow from $181 million this year to $223 million in 2018.Other areas of application for IoT technology noted by IDC include personal wellness, smart buildings, remote patient monitoring, food traceability, in store consumer digital offers, air traffic monitoring and smart meters.JP Rangaswami, chief scientist for Salesforce.com, said of IoT that “the net effect will be to reduce waste everywhere: in physical flows and logistics, in the movement of people and goods; in logical flows and logistics, in the movement of ideas and information; decisions will be made faster and better, based on more accurate information. ‘Inventory’ will be reduced, as will the waste associated with the decay that is an intrinsic part of inventory. This will affect the food you buy and cook and eat; the fuel you use to power yourself, your devices, and your vehicles; the time you take to do things; and, as you learn to live longer, the burden of care will reduce as a result of far better monitoring of, and response to, your physical and emotional state, in terms of healthcare. “
Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… Tags:#enterprise#Trends scott fulton A recently published business development analysis by research firm Gartner looked into social networks’ need for a more structurally sound revenue stream, and came to the conclusion that to maintain viability and competitiveness, they will soon enter the financial services industry. One Gartner analyst, Juergen Weiss, went so far as to predict that by the end of 2014, one of the major social networks – by implication, Facebook – would enter the business of property and casualty (P&C) insurance.“Offering insurance products to their communities would be a natural extension of social media providers’ financial services strategies,” reads Weiss’ conclusions, “and would allow them to capitalize on their extensive set of information they constantly collect about their users.”The predictions appear in the latest of a Gartner series of “Top Industry Predicts 2012” reports, using data compiled late last November. The report’s editor, Kimberly Harris-Ferrante, cited “radical shifts in customer behavioral changes and buying habits… challenging many industries to reinvent their product development and sales and services processes to align with customer expectations and technology use.”The train of logic begins with Gartner analysts Stessa Cohen and Peter Redshaw, who cite a rapid increase in the number of online banking transactions. This increase has already driven banks to accelerate the establishment of their social presences through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and yes, if you can believe it, Flickr. (Banks share their family photos with their customers. No joke.)“Traditional banks risk being disintermediated by social media websites that are increasingly looking for additional revenue streams beyond advertising,” Redshaw and Cohen write. “This is a natural extension of the rise already seen in comparison and aggregator sites, especially for more commoditized products such as small loans, general insurance and credit cards. Examples of recent activity include the social payments startup Twitpay, the virtual currency Facebook Credits and the acquisition of the U.K. price comparison site BeatThatQuote by Google.”This “disintermediation,” as Gartner’s analysts put it, includes the enablement of online debt management services and peer-to-peer loan pools, all of which happens by way of social networks more than by stand-alone Web sites. To stay competitive, traditional banks (Gartner cites Citibank as the leader here) have launched services that reach their customers through Facebook, and enable them to conduct transactions through a social network rather than a Web site.Here’s where Juergen Weiss takes over. Weiss notes Facebook’s Timeline feature as conducive for users to share their everyday events – getting married, getting a new job, entering retirement. Financial institutions are already using tools like Salesforce.com’s Radian6 to search for these events as social net users share them. Weiss believes this could become the social net proprietors’ opportunity to pre-empt those institutions from stealing away their own customers. Within just the next few years, he predicts, the social networks themselves (again, implying mainly Facebook, though perhaps Google also) will offer banking services, and then “naturally,” insurance services as well, perhaps initially through joint ventures with existing financial institutions but not necessarily the bigger firms.The Gartner analysts perceive this as a genuine threat to the existing insurance industry. In their report, they advise insurers to plan now for the commoditization of their products and services, implying that they should perhaps be sold through portals the way cloud service customers purchase bandwidth and virtual machines today. A ripple effect from this seismic shift could impact government regulators worldwide, whose inability to adjust to changing circumstances has already been blamed for such events as the collapse of the Central Bank of Ireland, and the sub-prime mortgage loan crisis in the U.S. Related Posts Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now IT + Project Management: A Love Affair