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- 11/23/18--03:39: All the problems Europe’s leaders have with the draft Brexit deal
- 11/23/18--04:15: Listen: Ashnikko Shares 'Unlikeable' EP
- 11/23/18--04:28: Borgward SUVs to be sold in UK and Ireland from 2019
- 11/23/18--05:24: 24 November: Saturday’s Football Accumulator – 12/1
- 11/23/18--05:56: Wheatus Singer Brendan B. Brown Just Appeared On Politics Live
Journalism is a dangerous job in eastern Europe. Hungary and the Czech Republic have shown how three or four oligarchs can hand the government an almost total stranglehold.
Reported by Deutsche Welle 3 hours ago.
Amazon workers across Europe took part in walkouts on Black Friday to protest what they say are unfair work conditions. Following similar demonstrations on Prime Day in July, employees in Spain, Italy, Germany and the UK went on strike over pay and s...
Reported by engadget 3 hours ago.
Global IT professional services consultancy, Vision33, partners with fast-growth luxury home staging company Meridith Baer Home.
IRVINE, Calif. (PRWEB) November 23, 2018
Vision33, a global IT professional services consultancy, today announced that Meridith Baer Home, the premier home staging company in the U.S., has chosen Vision33 as its partner for the implementation of an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. The solution includes SAP Business One, implementation, training services, and the Vision33 TOTAL Care customer support program to ensure the company leverages the full potential of the transformative SAP Business one solution.
Meridith Baer is the premier home staging company in the nation, celebrating 20 years of luxury home staging. The fast-growth company offers home sellers’ services including interior design, instant home, and luxury furniture leasing. Featuring beautiful materials, elegant furniture, and the keen eye of an expert designer, Meridith Baer creates alluring spaces that make houses feel luxurious and desirable. The company’s staged homes frequently sell faster and for higher prices than unstaged homes.
Meridith Baer’s successful service offering has grown to installations in over 140 properties per month, many of those sell in less than 30 days. Today, Meridith Baer maintains over 300,000 square feet of warehouse space nationwide overflowing with furniture, artwork, rugs, lighting, plants, and accessories. To keep pace with its fast-growth and expansion, Meridith Baer needed to replace its small business accounting software with a more robust integrated business management solution.
One of the key objectives of the SAP Business One implementation was to consolidate disparate systems into a single integrated business management solution for greater efficiency and provide a seamless experience for customers. It was important for the company to have the right tools to support the company’s continued growth. The company chose SAP Business One from financial systems leader SAP.
“SAP Business One offered an 'all in one' integrated solution that we were looking for to fit the needs of our ever-evolving business,” says President, Joe Asher, Meridith Baer. “Vision33 was able to deliver a customized solution with the best interest of our business and our clients in mind, which will continue to propel us as a leader in our industry with a technological advantage.”
SAP Business One provides small to midsized enterprises (SMEs) an affordable way to manage an entire business – from accounting and financials, purchasing, inventory, sales and customer relationships, and project management, to operations and human resources. The solution provides Meridith Baer with the tools needed to provide smoother business transactions internally and externally.
Meridith Baer chose to work with Vision33 because of the company’s reputation in the SAP ecosystem, as well as its wealth of experience and network of resources. Vision33’s local presence was a benefit for the company, as the Vision33 team was able to meet on a more personal level to better understand the company’s unique business needs. Currently, in the blueprinting phase, Vision33 is working with Meridith Baer to ensure the company fully leverages their investment in enterprise technology.
Vision33 Inc. is a global IT professional services consultancy that solves customer business challenges through the promise of technology and the value it delivers. We partner with growing and large organizations in both the public and private sectors to understand their vision and help them attain it with the right blend of strategy, consulting, and technology. Vision33 has unmatched experience in delivering solutions to support every core business function. Our work spans all major industries. Vision33 employs results-driven people to provide world-class experience through our more than 30 office locations across the US, Canada, and Europe. For more information about Vision33 and its technology solutions and services, please visit http://www.vision33.com.
About Meridith Baer
MERIDITH BAER HOME (http://www.meridithbaer.com) is the premier home staging company in the nation. Featuring beautiful materials, elegant furniture, and the keen eye of an expert designer, we create alluring spaces that make houses feel luxurious and desirable. Our homes frequently sell faster and for higher prices than unstaged homes. We install over 140 properties per month, and many of those sell in less than 30 days. Meridith Baer Home has been featured on ABC, NBC, CBS, Bravo, CNBC, and The Discovery Channel. We’ve been written about in The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and The Wall Street Journal. In 2013 HGTV premiered Staged To Perfection, a docuseries following Meridith and our team of designers staging multimillion-dollar homes, bringing the company to international attention.
Director of Marketing
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Company announcement, Helsinki, 23 November 2018 at 21:00
Quantity of shares in Nexstim Plc after completion of the first phase in reducing the quantity of shares
The Extraordinary General Meeting of Nexstim Plc (NXTMH:HEX, NXTMS:STO), the targeted neuromodulation company developing and marketing pioneering navigated personalised, non-invasive brain stimulation systems for the treatment of Major Depression Disorder (MDD), resolved on 21 November 2018 to reduce the quantity of Nexstim's shares without reducing share capital by way of issuing new shares to its shareholders without consideration, and by redemption of Company's own shares without consideration, in such a way that each current 30 shares of the Company shall correspond to one share of the Company after the arrangements related to the reduction of the quantity of Company's shares are completed.
As part of the arrangements in respect of shareholders registered on the Transaction Day (as defined below) in the shareholders' register of Nexstim held by Euroclear Finland Ltd, the Extraordinary General Meeting resolved that the Company shall issue on 23 November 2018 (the "Transaction Day") in maximum 188,500 new shares of the Company without consideration so that the number of all shares per book-entry accounts owned by such shareholders of the Company are dividible by the number 30. 42,721 shares were needed in order to make the number of Company's shares owned by such shareholders dividible by the number 30. Pursuant to the resolution of the Board of Directors today on 23 November 2018, the total number of the new shares issued to such shareholders without consideration was 42,721 shares. After such share issue, the number of the shares in the Company was 97,574,250 on the Transaction Day. Further, pursuant to the resolution of the Extraordinary General Meeting, as further elaborated by the Board of Directors today on 23 November 2018, the Company has on the Transaction Day in connection with the share issue referred to above, redeemed from all shareholders without consideration such number of Company's shares which is required by the redemption ratio of 30/1 to execute the reduction of the number of shares in the Company i.e. altogether 94,321,775 shares of the Company.
Pursuant to the resolution of the Extraordinary General Meeting, the Board of Directors has resolved to annul 94,321,775 Company shares, which became Company's possession on the Transaction Day. After the annulment, the number of the shares in the Company is 3,252.475.
The annulment of the shares in the Company and the new total number of the Company's shares shall be registered within the Trade Register by Monday 26 November 2018. Trading with the reduced number of the Company's shares shall commence on Nasdaq Helsinki and Nasdaq Stockholm on or around 26 November 2018.
Helsinki, 23 November 2018
The Board of Directors
Martin Jamieson, CEO
Further information is available on the website www.nexstim.com or by contacting:
Martin Jamieson, Chairman and CEO
+44 771 516 3942
Sisu Partners Oy (Certified Adviser) +358 (0)10 231 4560
Citigate Dewe Rogerson
David Dible/Shabnam Bashir/ Sylvie Berrebi
+44 (0)207 2822949
About Nexstim Plc
Nexstim is a medical technology company focused on the development and commercialization of its world-leading SmartFocusTM TMS technology, a non-invasive brain stimulation system for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD). The Company's proprietary Navigated Brain Therapy (NBT®) system, a highly sophisticated 3D navigation, is the only personalised, navigated transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) approach providing accurate targeting of the TMS to the specific area of the brain associated with MDD.
Nexstim's NBT® system has been launched in the US for the treatment of MDD following clearance from the FDA for marketing and commercial distribution for this indication. The NBT® system is CE marked in Europe for the treatment of major depression and chronic neuropathic pain.
In addition, Nexstim is commercialising its Navigated Brain Stimulation (NBS) system for diagnostic applications, based on the same technology. The NBS system is the only FDA cleared and CE marked navigated TMS system for pre-surgical mapping of the speech and motor cortices of the brain. Nexstim shares are listed on the Nasdaq First North Finland and Nasdaq First North Sweden.
For more information please visit www.nexstim.com.
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Loftleidir Icelandic, a subsidiary of Icelandair Group, will, together with Icelandic investors, submit a binding offer for a 51% of the shares in Cabo Verde Airlines on Cape Verde. Authorities in Cape Verde and Loftleidir Icelandic have been cooperating for some time. In August 2017, Loftleidir Icelandic signed a management agreement with the Cape Verde Government on restructuring Cabo Verde Airlines. The agreement also aimed to strengthen the international airport in Cape Verde, to develop the islands as a promising tourist destination and to build an international hub for connecting flights. Coinciding with the agreement, it was announced that the company was due to be privatised. Cabo Verde Airlines already has operating licenses to fly scheduled flights to Europe and the United States.The purchase price is confidential. However, the acquisition would partly be paid for by the work already completed by Loftleidir Icelandic’s employees. The acquisition is made through a new company, Loftleidir Cabo Verde. Loftleidir Icelandic holds a 70% stake in the company, and other investors 30%. Loftleidir Icelandic’s acquisition of Cabo Verde Airlines does not have significant effect on Icelandair Group's financial statements since Cabo Verde Airlines will not be reflected in the group’s consolidated financial statements. The share will classified as an associated company.
Árni Hermannsson, Managing Director of Loftleidir Icelandic:
“The participation in the acquisition of a majority share in Cabo Verde Airlines holds great opportunities for Loftleidir Icelandic, especially in light of the expected growth in passenger demand in Africa in the coming years. We have already participated in the restructuring of the company, and Cabo Verde Airlines’ operations are well suited to Loftleidir Icelandic’s projects around the world. The knowledge and experience already available within Loftleidir Icelandic and its sister companies has come to good use in restructuring the company and will continue to assist in further developments. Further opportunities are related to shared use of airplanes from Icelandair Group's fleet, and crews where applicable, as is already being done in various projects. In developing connecting routes, we can also draw further on Icelandair's experience. In the case of Cabo Verde Airlines, we have opportunities for well-organized connecting routes between Europe and South America on one hand, and West Africa and North America on the other, along with West Africa and Europe. The island’s location is ideal for developing connecting flights.”
For further information, please contact:
Erlendur Svavarsson, SVP Sales and Marketing at Loftleidir Icelandic,
email: firstname.lastname@example.org Reported by GlobeNewswire 1 hour ago.
The new property is inspired by Europe's Mediterranean coastline.
Reported by bizjournals 1 hour ago.
Steep losses in Chinese share markets dented Asian equities on Friday as lingering trade war tensions and weak corporate earnings in Europe added to worries about global growth.
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More powerful variant of upcoming compact SUV will use the 302bhp drivetrain from the A35 hatchback
The hot AMG 35 variant of Mercedes-Benz's upcoming GLB compact SUV has been spotted testing in Europe.
Visual differences from the previously spotted standard model include larger wheels to house uprated brakes, a larger air intake on the lower front bumper and a redesigned grille pattern echoing that of other AMG models.
The design of the rear bumper has also been revised to allow for the addition of a dual-exit exhaust system, while the car's lower stance hints at a sportier suspension set-up.
Using the same 2.0-litre mild hybrid petrol engine found in the new A35 hot hatch, the GLB 35 will produce around 302bhp. It will be joined by a range-topping AMG 45 variant after launch.
Previous images showed Mercedes' new BMW X1 rival lapping the Nürburgring Nordschleife in standard form.
Due to arrive in showrooms next year, the GLB mixes old-school G-Class influences, including a boxy profile and an upright rear end, with contemporary details such as the brand's softer front-end design and LED headlights.
The GLB, a sibling to the GLA, has been given this less conventional appearance in an attempt to stand out against softer-looking rivals, including the X1 and Audi Q3.
Recent trademark filings suggest that variants badged 200, 220 and 250 will be available, with engines shared with smaller Mercedes offerings such as the A-Class and CLA.
The engine line-up will feature an updated range of Mercedes and Renault/Nissan-sourced four-cylinder petrol and diesel units, producing upwards of 160bhp. Also planned is a plug-in petrol-electric hybrid variant with a modest pure-electric range.
Development of the long-mooted GLB has been accelerated in order to bring the car to market in 2019.
The move is part of Mercedes’ plan to retain sales momentum in the lucrative premium compact car class.
The GLB is part of a future eight-strong family of compact models announced by Mercedes chairman Dieter Zetsche at the 2018 Detroit motor show. The new high-riding model will slot into the range above the GLA and below the GLC. Its likely starting price will be around £32,000 when it goes on sale in 2019.
One of three additions to Mercedes' existing compact car range of five, the GLB joins a new four-door A-Class Saloon, along with an as-yet-unknown model; one possibility is a dedicated coupé in the mould of the Audi TT. The new line-up has kicked off with the launch of the fourth-generation A-Class.
The GLB is known under the internal codename X247 and is said to draw heavily on the well-received Ener-G-Force concept seen at the 2015 Los Angeles motor show.
It combines styling cues inspired by the tough military vehicle design of the 38-year-old G-Class with more contemporary flourishes from the 2014 G-Code concept, although latest shots of the development model suggest a lower, boxy appearance of the GLK, the GLC predecessor that was never sold in the UK.
Buyers will be able to choose between a series of optional styling packages, including a rugged-looking off-road appearance, with extra cladding and increased ride height, according to insiders privy to the final design.
Chosen by Mercedes board members over an alternative long-wheelbase B-Class, the standard GLB earmarked for sale in the UK is set to be around 4600mm in length, making it 180mm longer than the recently facelifted GLA.
The GLB is based on a version of Mercedes’ MFA platform that will be reworked to have greater production flexibility and lower weight than today’s structure. It will be offered with a choice of two wheelbases, with either a five-seat or seven-seat layout, in a move mirroring that of the Q3, X1 and Volkswagen Tiguan.
Details remain scarce, but sources suggest the long-wheelbase variant, which extends to almost 4800mm, may be sold only in selected markets, such as China and the US.
Inside, the GLB is expected to share its dashboard and appointments, including a new Comand 6.0in touchscreen infotainment system, with other new compact Mercedes models, including the fourth-gen A-Class, third-gen B-Class and second-gen CLA and CLA Shooting Brake, as well as the new A-Class Saloon.
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Check out her track by track guide...
*Ashnikko* was born in the United States, before her parents opted to move to Eastern Europe just as her teens dawned.
Left to come of age in a strange, unfamiliar environment, she poured her feelings into music, pinching from the latest Stateside rap and hyper-real pop in the process.
Moving to London to pursue her dreams, Ashnikko got caught up in a blizzard of hype, with major labels on her trail.
New EP 'Unlikeable' is out now, and it might just be her most potent, most visceral, most outspoken document yet.
It's a stellar return, with Ashnikko also penning a full track by track guide. Now, we don't normally post something second hand, but this guide is definitely worth exploring...
Tune in now.
“The song starts with ‘Take it off and show them how much you want it’, which is calling out the culture of women being exploited in music. I’m tired of being brainwashed that my body is my biggest asset. And it’s me saying to myself that I will never exploit myself in a way that doesn’t empower me, I will stay authentic. Me having my tits out is my choice, I’ll do it if I feel like it.
It’s a motivational speech to myself, a ‘fuck you’ to the people who treated me like I didn’t exist, and a reminder that I need to love myself. Recently I’ve had people tell me that I’m really lucky to get to where I am now. Obviously I am lucky – I’m a healthy girl and I’ve lived a relatively comfortable life – but in music, I’ve been busting my ass for eight years.
It’s been a long uphill struggle, as I left my whole family to move to the other side of the world on my own. It was absolutely terrifying. That wasn’t luck.
It was about my ex and not wanting to be someone else for someone else. I’m not a nice girl that you can make into your perfect wifey. The waves I’m making aren’t big, yet, but I still get little boys in my inbox telling me to kill myself, calling me ugly– just for having the audacity to speak my mind.
Any woman with opinions is going to be hated by someone. All of my role models are unapologetically vocal with their opinions and I want to do the same. I will not be nice and lady-like just to make the patriarchy feel comfortable with my existence.
*‘INVITATION’ – FEATURING KODIE SHANE*
When I’m on the street at night alone and some guy blows kisses at me and follows me all the way to my door, I wish I could just take a knife out and cut his dick off… but I know I can’t even stand up for myself verbally in that situation because he probably has a physical advantage over me. He could overpower me, assault me, or worse.
There’s always a sense of panic when a man is inappropriate and harassing you in public because the situation might escalate. The fact that women have to fear for their safety on a day-to-day-basis and are altering their lives to exist in a male-dominated world makes me want to be violent.
Whenever I have to walk an alternate route home to avoid the group of guys who are harassing me I get so so frustrated. I want to regain my power the only way I know how, which is through music. I'm sick and tired of our female experience not being believed. The clothes we wear, the makeup on our faces, the drinks in our systems, the tits on our chests, OUR BODIES ARE NOT INVITATIONS FOR OBJECTIFICATION AND HARASSMENT.
I wrote ‘No Brainer’ during a really emotionally tumultuous period of my life. I'm pretty sure I was crying while writing it. I'm so emo I love it. I've never written a song quicker. The song is about me finally FINALLY coming into my own and not letting a partner hold me back. It's me telling myself that it is an absolute no brainer that I'm going to fucking smash it in my career. I have no other option. It's all I'm good at. There is no Plan B.
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The Audi Q5-sized Borgward BX7 SUV
Chinese-owned German brand continues its push into Western markets with its range of affordable premium SUVs
Reborn German car maker Borgward will begin selling its models in the UK and Ireland next year.
The Stuttgart-based firm has signed a deal with importer International Motors to begin importing right-hand-drive variants of its models, with a prospective start date in late 2019.
Founded in 1919 in Bremen, Borgward rivalled manufacturers such as Mercedes-Benz throughout the 1950s, with cars such as the Hansa 1500, Isabella and P1000, before filing for bankruptcy in 1961.
Now owned by Beiqi Foton Motor, a subsidiary of Chinese giant BAIC, the reborn marque is targeting the global premium SUV market.
Petrol-engined variants of the Audi Q3-sized BX5 and larger BX7 are already available in Europe, but Borgward will soon reveal electric versions of each, the BXi5 and BXi7, taking aim at the Jaguar I-Pace and Mercedes-Benz EQC respectively.
The range-topping BX7 TS was revealed at the 2017 Guangzhou motor show and went on sale in Germany in early 2018, at a competitive price of €44,200.
An SUV-coupé, the BX6, was unveiled at the Beijing motor show earlier this year, with a right-hand-drive variant planned for South Africa.
Borgward’s entry into the British and Irish markets will follow similar launches in other international markets, including Russia and the Middle East, as the company expands westwards.
Birmingham-based International Motors is already responsible for bringing cars from East Asia to the UK, currently holding contracts with Great Wall, Isuzu and Subaru, and previously introduced Hyundai and Ssangyong.
Prices for Borgward models here have not been announced but are likely to be less than those of primary competitors such as BMW and Audi.
*Borgward BX7 2017 review *
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We're through the looking glass, people...
*Wheatus* singer *Brendan B. Brown* made a surprise guest appearance on Politics Live this morning (November 23rd).
The BBC political team seem to be making a habit of curious guests, with Bobby Gillespie's ashen-faced turn on This Week turning into a meme.
Perhaps aiming for the same impact, Politics Live just invited Wheatus singer Brendan B. Brown to discuss Brexit - no, really - and a lot more besides.
Although being a little more erudite than many politicians the move didn't exactly go down well online...
The singer from Wheatus is currently arguing about Beto O'Rourke with Fraser Nelson on BBC2. pic.twitter.com/LRrwTjXasp
— Jim Waterson (@jimwaterson) November 23, 2018
Just seen some of Politics Live for the first time - not sure if the lead singer of Wheatus is on every episode? Maybe he alternates with the guy from Semisonic. Either way, lol that he is more engaging on politics than the editor of Politico
— dan hancox (@danhancox) November 23, 2018
. #politicslive has been reduced to the frontman of Wheatus (American band) telling the UK public what the current situation is with British politics... I actually despair.
— Meghan Gallacher (@GallacherMeghan) November 23, 2018
Although Brendan did actually win over some viewers...
In fairness the guy from Wheatus is no less qualified to talk about UK politics than many of the opinion columnists, lobbyists and business dickheads that are routinely invited on TV
— RopesToInfinity (@RopesToInfinity) November 23, 2018
Interesting what Brendan from @wheatus was saying on #PoliticsLive We've toured UK & Ireland. Organising that was stressful enough. Touring Europe post Brexit will be WAY more complicated, but like so many things that will effect us & other industries, Brexiteers don't care. R
— Ryker Sear (@RykerSear) November 23, 2018
We can't see this one taking off like Bobby Gillespie's stern This Week turn, but hats off to Brendan B. Brown for making a go of it.
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