CAE inks easyJet and Air China contracts worth 100million

MONTREAL — Flight simulator and training provider CAE Inc. has added more than $100-million worth of contract wins in China and Europe.The Montreal-based company said it sold three flight simulators to Air China with a total list value of $42-million.The flight simulators will be deployed at the airline’s training centre in Beijing next year. They’ll be used to train pilots and cockpit crews that fly Airbus A320, A330 and Boeing 737 passenger jets.The orders raised the total full-flight simulator sales this fiscal year to 10.“The contracts with long-time customer Air China reflect CAE’s continued leadership position in China,” said Jeff Roberts, CAE’s president of civil simulation products, training and services.“Air China has been a CAE simulator customer for nearly two decades, and we are privileged to continue to serve their flight training needs.”Benoit Poirier of Desjardins Securities said the civil aerospace environment remains solid. CAE won 37 simulator orders last year and expects orders to be in the “mid-30s” in fiscal 2013.Orders are typically slow in the summer but should ramp up in the fall, helping CAE to meet its simulator sales guidance for the year ending March 2013 on expected delivered to Airbus and Boeing, he wrote in a report.“Today’s orders reflect CAE’s strong leadership position in China, and solid penetration of emerging markets,” he said. Sixty per cent of last year’s orders came from Asia and Australia, while 16% were from the Middle East and Africa.CAE was also selected by European air transport company easyJet to provide long-term pilot training services in a contract valued at more than $60-million, the company said in a separate announcement Tuesday.CAE has provided simulators and training for easyJet pilots since 2004. The new contract will also provide competency-based Multi-crew Pilot License (MPL) First Officer program training at CAE’s recently acquired Oxford Aviation Academy.The first cadet class will graduate at the start of 2013, two others are in progress, and a fourth will begin by August this year.CAE added seven training centres to its network by acquiring Oxford in a $314-million deal announced in May. CAE also entered the pilot and maintenance crew sourcing business with the acquisition of Oxford subsidiary Parc Aviation.Although CAE has been a training supplier to easyJet for eight years the modified agreement increases the duration and scope of its relationship which is “indicative of the type of revenue synergies CAE can generate with its new bandwidth,” Poirier added.CAE will report the results of its first quarter Thursday. Analysts expect it will earn 18 cents per share on $509-million of revenues.CAE is a global leader in simulation and training for civil aviation and defence. The company employs about 8,000 people at more than 100 sites and training locations in some 30 countries.On the Toronto Stock Exchange, its shares gained five cents at $10.03 in morning trading. read more

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TSX Wall Street rise amid higher oil earnings misses Bombardier shakeup

TORONTO — Resource stocks gave the Toronto stock market a solid advance Thursday as a weaker U.S. dollar helped send prices for oil and metals higher.The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 78.53 points at 15,229.85, with gains limited by earnings misses from big Canadian insurers and a major corporate shakeup at transportation giant Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B).Bombardier shares tumbled 35 cents or 11.5% to $2.69 after the Canadian corporate giant suspended its dividend and announced plans to raise up to $2.5 billion. Bombardier has faced a string of delays related to its new CSeries jetliner and cost estimates keep climbing. “They have their issues with the CSeries; (it) seems like it’s taking forever,” said Allan Small, senior adviser at HollisWealth. “There’s no light at the end of the tunnel and the fact their stock is trading in the two-dollars-and-change range is not a surprise.”Bombardier also announced that Pierre Beaudoin is stepping down as president and CEO and will take over as chairman from his father, Laurent, who is retiring. The Beaudoins are members of a family that has controlled the company since it was founded.General U.S. dollar weakness also pushed the Canadian dollar ahead 0.95 of a cent to 80.06 cents US.U.S. indexes were positive as investors focused on a ceasefire deal in Ukraine. France and Germany brokered a deal that will see a ceasefire take effect in Ukraine on Sunday.The Dow Jones industrials gained 110.24 points to 17,972.38, the Nasdaq composite index was ahead 56.43 points at 4,857.61 and the S&P 500 index advanced 19.95 points to 2,088.48.Insurance stocks also weighed on the TSX in the wake of earnings reports from Manulife Financial (TSX:MFC) and Sun Life Financial (TSX:SLF).Manulife’s core earnings were 36 cents per diluted share, five cents below estimates. It also said that macroeconomic factors including low interest rates “produces headwinds in 2015.”“This low interest rate environment ensures they are going to struggle,” Small said. Sun Life’s net income on an adjusted basis came in at $360 million or 59 cents per share, missing estimates of 78 cents per share.Manulife fell 51 cents to $21.33 while Sun Life lost $2.73 to $39.23.The TSX energy sector was ahead 1.33% as March crude gained $2.37 to US$51.21 a barrel.Cenovus Energy (TSX:CVE) expects to cut its workforce by about 15%, with the bulk of the cuts coming from its contractors. Its shares dipped five cents to $24.63. Oil companies have scrambled to cut costs as prices have slid about 40% since late November amid a huge supply/demand imbalance.The base metals sector ran up 4.25% as April copper gained six cents to US$2.60 a pound.The gold sector edged up 0.1% as April bullion rose $1.10 to US$1,220.70 an ounce. The telco sector dipped 0.2% even as Telus Corp. (TSX:T) increased its fourth-quarter profit 7.6% from a year ago to $312 million, helped by growth in its wireless business. Adjusted earnings were 53 cents, in line with estimates, but its shares slipped a penny to $43.53.The Greek debt crisis also vied for investor attention after the country’s talks with eurozone creditors on overhauling its bailout loans broke down.Still, markets were optimistic a deal will be reached in time for Greece to avoid a potential exit from the euro. read more

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Alarmed by melting glacier in Norway Ban says world must act now

“I am just close to 250 metres to the glacier. It looks magnificent. But at the same time, I am alarmed that there are so many cracks that will soon break. They are melting very rapidly, and I fully agree with what scientists have been projecting. Unless we take action now, we will have to regret. We have to keep global temperature rise below two degrees as soon as possible.” Preparing for the upcoming meeting of the States parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) that will take place in Paris in 2015, the UN chief was in Norway this week to attend a number of high-level events. On board the research vessel RV Lance, he seized that opportunity to see first-hand the changes in the Blomstrandbreen glacier since he last visited in 2009. “The fjord behind us has been open every winter, throughout the winter because the ocean is warmer. So we have seen a lot of change since the Secretary-General was here last time,” said Kim Holmén, International Director of Norwegian Polar Institute. “Glaciers on land are also a very visible example of the change in climate. Every year they are retreating and here in this area we have a lowering of the surface of approximately one meter per year, due to melting,” added the Director of Norwegian Polar Institute, Jan-Gunnar Winther, who travelled with the Secretary-General on board the research vessel RV Lance. Besides taking an excursion to Blomstrandbreen, Mr. Ban today received briefings at the Kings Bay Marine Lab and the Svalbard Satellite Station, both in Norway. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon makes a trip to the Blomstrandbreen glacier to see first-hand the dramatic changes to the ice. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas ‹ › read more

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Humanitarian actors need safe unhindered access to help Yemen avert famine –

The overriding need, said Stephen O’Brien, is for all parties to the conflict to provide immediate and safe access so that humanitarian actors can provide what is needed to stave off famine. “This will require […] all parties to stop gamesmanship or efforts to support their side of the fight by producing bureaucratic impediments and delays, or doubts about inspection mechanisms so that commercial shipment can be restored and food and medicines, and crucially, fuel, so water can be pumped out of the aquifers and cereals, the main foodstuff in the remotest areas of the country, can be processed,” he explained.Briefing reporters at UN Headquarters in New York via telephone from the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, Mr. O’Brien recalled that he had headed directly to Yemen from the Oslo Humanitarian Conference on Nigeria and the Lake Chad Region, which had generated more than $670 million in pledges to help sustain critical relief operations over the next two years and beyond across four counties where millions are in need of aid.He said that along with Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Yemen is among the countries, which, for the first time in modern history, could fall into simultaneous famine. “The common factor between the four potential famines is that they are all in the context of man-made conflicts which have become protracted crises in the absence of a resolution of the underlying causes and an unwillingness of the parties to […] find their way to a political track.” RELATED: Yemen’s health system another victim of the conflict – WHOBriefing alongside Jamie McGoldrick, the Resident Coordinator in Yemen, Mr. O’Brien highlighted the difficulties faced by relief agencies to bring aid to the communities that need it and reported that yesterday, he and his team were unable to reach the city of Taiz, because it had been stopped at military checkpoint even after assurances had been received. “It was very disappointing but illustrative. If I could not get through, it would be much more difficult for caravans that require safe and unrestricted access to reach all people in need wherever they are,” he said.In this regard, he reported that he spoke with the Houthi authorities on his return to Sana’a and had been assured that effort would be made to open the routes for the flow of food and other humanitarian supplies. He went on to explain that the country’s population of internally displaced persons (IDPs) is growing and compounding the challenges of access, food insecurity and health care concerns.As he continues his visit, Mr. O’Brien s, who is also the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, said he would meet with Houthi authorities and make clear the expectation that the UN and all humanitarian implementing partners – international and local – should have immediate, safe and unimpeded access to people in need, at all times, help avert a famine, and to help mobilize resources necessary at the pledging conflict in April in Geneva. AUDIO: Continuing conflict in Yemen has left millions without adequate access to food and water, and the international community needs to do everything it can “now” to fund a major relief effort, says UN Emergency Relief Coordinator Stephen O’Brien. read more

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Young Ohio State mens basketball team looks to continue winning start

OSU freshman guard D’Angelo Russell (0) defends against Marquette redshirt-senior guard Matt Carlino (13) in a Nov. 18 game at the Schottenstein Center. OSU won, 74-63.Credit: Muyao Shen / Lantern photographerTwo games into the season, the No. 20 Ohio State men’s basketball team has seen 10 players take the court.Of those 10 players, exactly half didn’t play a minute of basketball in a Buckeye uniform last season.With its new roster settling in, OSU (2-0) is set to take on Sacred Heart (1-1) on Sunday as the Buckeyes continue to work on a new style of play.Coach Thad Matta’s team has employed a two-three zone defense through the first two games of the year, and early results have been positive as OSU has allowed just 59 points per game. Senior forward Sam Thompson said the new-look defense helps keep players fresh, but less running doesn’t equate to less thinking.“It definitely saves legs (but) I don’t want to say you don’t have to pay attention as much on the defensive end,” Thompson said Friday. “For example, when I’m on the wing … I have to cover an area form the block to the 3-point line basically.”But even though the Buckeyes have been strong on defense overall, Matta said they have to be careful when it comes to staying on task.“If one guy lets down, it really weakens the entire defense,” he said Friday.So far the new-look defense has worked to the tune of opponents shooting just .443 from the field. In comparison the Buckeyes have shot .633 percent from the field, helping them average 83 points per game.Thompson said some credit for OSU’s up-tempo offense can go to the new style of defensive play.“It’s really easy to run out of that zone because we get so many deflections, we force so many bad shots,” Thompson said. “We’re already in good running lanes (too).”Matta attributed the high shooting percentage to preparation in practice and good decisions when on the court.“I think guys are taking shots in a game that they’ve shot a high amount of repetitions of that shot,” he said. “I think we — as crazy as it sounds — we break down every single shot.”As the Buckeyes have had success on the offensive end, their next opponent is coming off a 54-point outing in a 57-54 loss to the University of Massachusetts-Lowell on Thursday. That same UMass-Lowell team is the squad that OSU beat in its season opener, and the Buckeyes scored 92 points in the process.While Sacred Heart is coming off a loss, OSU is fresh off a 74-63 win against Marquette. The Buckeyes shot better than 70 percent in the second half, and Thompson said that offensive success stems from ball movement and a specific plan.“We’re moving the ball a lot better, we’re playing a lot faster,” he said. “I think we’re playing more to people’s strengths, as opposed to playing to weaknesses.”But despite the early-season success, Matta said there is still room for improvement coming off the win against the Golden Eagles.“It’s more positioning, it’s more thinking, it’s more scouting,” Matta said. “We made some pretty decent adjustments at halftime (against Marquette) and guys did a better job, but we got up 20 … and they scored 12 points in the last four minutes.”Freshman guard D’Angelo Russell agreed that OSU could have performed at a higher level last Tuesday, but added the Buckeyes have turned their focus to a new opponent and put that game in the rearview mirror.“Honestly, I feel like as a team we could’ve played better, (we) kind of let our guard down a little bit,” Russell said. “But we take every game one at a time.”OSU and Sacred Heart are set to tip-off at 7 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center. read more

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Diego Simonet to replace Karabatic in Montpellier

← Previous Story Poland: Vive Kielce wins despite injury worries Next Story → Handball Talk – Aleksandar Brkovic (RK Partizan): “We will fight until the end” After the departure of Nikola Karabatic to Aix-en-Provence, it did not take long for Montpellier to find a replacement. The person that will join them on July 1st is Diego Simonet, and will stay three season in Montpellier according to the contract. This is the fourth signing of Montpellier for the next season, after Omeyer, Gaber and Dolenec have already been announced as signings for the next season. Diego SimonetdolenecgaberkarabaticMontpellieromeyersimonet read more

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No bond for man suspected of shooting killing man outside NW MiamiDade

first_imgNORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – A judge ordered no bond to the man suspected of shooting and killing another man outside of a gentlemen’s club in Northwest Miami-Dade.Ricky Canot faces the charge of second-degree murder for the death of 26-year-old Andrew Jackson.Canot was allegedly among several other men who got into an argument inside of Club Climaxxx near Northwest 27th Avenue and 120th Street, early Saturday morning.The argument continued outside, where police said multiple people drew their guns and opened fire.Jackson’s family said he leaves behind a 6-year-old daughter.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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Senate Armed Services Shuffles Its Lineup for New Congress

first_img Dan Cohen AUTHOR The Senate Armed Services Committee will have significant turnover in the 116th Congress, after the Republican Conference on Wednesday released a preliminary committee roster with five new members. The committee’s Democratic lineup released last month included three new members. The five new GOP members were all elected to the Senate for the first time in November — former Reps. Martha McSally (Ariz.); Kevin Cramer (N.D.) and Marsha Blackburn (Tenn.); as well as former Florida Gov. Rick Scott and former Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley. They will replace Sens. Ted Cruz (Texas), Lindsey Graham (S.C.), Ben Sasse (Neb.), Tim Scott (S.C.) and Jon Kyl (Ariz.).The additions are significant for Arizona, Florida and Missouri, which otherwise would have lost their representation on the committee. McSally, a former A-10 pilot who had served on House Armed Services, is a natural fit. Last month Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey named her to fill the late Sen. John McCain’s seat once Kyl, who had filled the seat since September, stepped down at the end of the year. McSally can be expected to remain an advocate for the A-10 Warthog, reports Defense News.Two states with a large military presence, South Carolina and Texas, no longer will have a member on the committee.On the Democratic side, the new members for the 116th Congress are Sens. Joe Manchin (W.Va.), Tammy Duckworth (Ill.) and Doug Jones (Ala.); they will fill the seats left by the departure of Bill Nelson (Fla.), Claire McCaskill (Mo.) and Joe Donnelly (Ind.). Each party’s committee assignments still must be ratified by the full Senate. The GOP assignments need to be ratified by the Republican Conference as well.DoD photo by Navy Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Kathryn Holmlast_img read more

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Keith Urban On The Meaning Of His New Album Graffiti U

first_imgNews Inside Keith Urban’s New Album ‘Graffiti U’ keith-urban-meaning-his-new-album-graffiti-u Twitter Email Keith Urban On The Meaning Of His New Album ‘Graffiti U’ Facebook The GRAMMY-winning singer/songwriter shares an exclusive look at the making of his 10th studio album in a new trailerNate HertweckGRAMMYs Apr 27, 2018 – 8:21 am Country superstar Keith Urban released his 10th studio album today, Graffiti U. In a behind-the-scenes trailer for the project, Urban reveals the meaning of the album’s title and the production-focused writing process that shaped the album’s eclectic sound.”The title of ‘Graffiti U’ came quite a way into recording,” Urban says in the video. “I was trying to find something that felt like all the songs. And I thought, it’s a very expressive album, musically. It’s very honest. It’s very pure expression from me. The studio’s like a blank canvas, and the more I thought about that, the more I thought about graffiti. The word ‘graffiti’ kept coming to me. It felt right. Then I thought, well there’s also the audience. That’s what the ‘U’ is. It’s inclusive. I just simply changed ‘U’ to the first letter of my last name.”Urban also shares with his fans that every song except one on his new album was co-produced by the song’s co-writer, a unique approach that accounts for the album’s multiple sonic personalities.”As much as they change, stylistically there might be a real wide range of styles and feels and energies covered on the record,” says Urban. “I think there’s a very strong through line, and that’s my contribution to it, either in the writing or certainly in the producing, because I’m involved in every track.”Urban will be at Stagecoach on April 28, followed by two more festival appearances before he hits the road in support of Graffiti U, starting on June 15 in St. Louis, Mo. For a full list of tour dates and ticket information, visit Urban’s website.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read morelast_img read more

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New book tells untold story of black soldiers who built the Alaska

first_imgThe 10,000 U.S. soldiers who built the Alaska Highway included about 3,500 African-American troops, who mainly worked from Alaska southward into Canada. (Photo: U.S. Army/University of Alaska archives)Much of the history of the Alaska Highway up to this point has overlooked the sacrifices and mistreatment of the black men involved in its construction. Dennis and Christine McClure hope to bring these issues to light in their book ‘We Fought the Road.’Listen nowThe McClures first started researching the highway when Christine found some of her father’s letters written during his military service. Lieutenant Colonel Turner Timberlake had been an officer of an all-black unit working on the highway. Dennis says that a 2013 trip up the highway to see where Christine’s father had worked sparked the idea for the book.“As we traveled we realized that very few people knew there had been any black soldiers up here, and that bothered us,” Dennis said. “We’re two middle-class white folks, but the more we learned about this the madder we got.”Through their research, the McClures uncovered military policies that prevented black men from performing certain jobs and even denied them leave from their posts.During a winter when temperatures dropped to 40 below, Christine says black troops were ordered to build barracks for their white officers, while they lived in tents.“So the Jim Crow that was evident in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama or Florida, where these soldiers came from, was very much alive while they were in the army,” Christine said.Some of these men are still alive today. The McClures were contacted by 97 year old Leonard Larkins about his experience building the highway.After he enlisted in the military, Larkins said he was put on a train without receiving any information about where he was going or what he would be doing. After weeks of travel, he arrived in Skagway to start work on the highway.“And nobody ever said a word to him or even acknowledged that he and the other 3,000 men just like him even existed,” Dennis said.However, the experiences of these men are starting to gain recognition.At the end of May, Larkins was invited to Alaska for the 75th anniversary of the Alaska Highway at Fort Greely. At the ceremony, he was thanked by Governor Bill Walker for his service.The McClures are on tour, promoting “We Fought the Road.’ The book will be released in October.last_img read more

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Sony cut the PS4 camera to hit the magic price of 399

first_imgSony Computer Entertainment CEO Andy House has admitted that Sony originally intended to include the PlayStation Camera as part of the base package PS4 console that will be available on November 15. The reason they ended up cutting it from the pack was one of price.Apparently $399 is seen as “the magic price.” It’s $200 cheaper than the PS3’s launch price, and $100 cheaper than the Xbox One. So I guess that’s what they see as being magic. Even so, it is thought every PS4 console sold will net a loss of around $60 for Sony, and that’s ultimately why the camera isn’t bundled. The camera on its own retails for $60, but the cost of including it (which would be lower than that) was deemed too high to be reasonable by Sony’s upper management.Even though some may see a lack of camera as an advantage for the Xbox One, House doesn’t view it that way as you’d expect. He makes the fair point that early adopters of the PS4 console will, like is usually the case for console launches, be made up of “serious gamers” who aren’t bothered about a camera. They want the controller for input and don’t want camera controlled games.This also suggests to me that eventually we may see the camera becoming a standard inclusion with the PS4 when manufacturing prices start to drop and the console is attracting a more mainstream consumer audience. However, if the camera proves unpopular or games supporting it don’t appear in great enough quantities, then it can remain a niche peripheral for the life of the console.last_img read more

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Why Google Drive Wont Be a Dropbox Killer

first_img Google has released its new cloud service, Google Drive, and so far it doesn’t look like it’s going to blow any of its competition out of the water.Like other Web-based cloud syncing and sharing apps such as Dropbox and Box, Google Drive enables users to share and update many types of files, from photos to documents. And it does so across PCs, Macs and mobile devices, though iPhones are not quite yet supported. Download the app, place the content to be sunk in it, and material is kept up to date across all tools.Here are my first-blush opinions on Google Drive:  Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Register Now » Related: One Tool for Managing All Your Business SchedulesGoogle Drive is basically Google Docs on steroids.Google Drive gives users 5G of free storage and can definitely bulk up the storage, syncing and backup options for businesses already using a Google Apps account. Documents, photos, presentations — just about any file type can be shared. Depending on a business’ needs, usage can be expanded to 25GB for about $2.50 a month, all the way up to 16 terabytes for $799 per month. That is far more than most companies need.Billing is managed through a firm’s existing Google Apps relationship, making it a quick and easy way to add cloud-based storage when needed.There are promising business features, but also some limitations. As should be expected, Google Drive’s search functions are excellent. Also, users can do away with bulky email attachments by sharing files through Google Drive.The tool also adds offline work features. For people who prefer using software that runs on a local computer, such as Microsoft Word, Google Drive can automatically sync the current version of a document so it’s updated in the cloud each time it is saved.But deployment can be a headache. Enabling Google Drive for existing Google Apps users takes numerous manipulations of the account control panels. Some files need to be migrated. Employees need to be trained.Related: Three Reasons Apple’s iCloud Isn’t Ready for BusinessThe migration is most definitely not plug-and-play.Overall, businesses should find Google Drive to be a feature-rich option for backing up and syncing business files. But for most businesses, there is no reason to abandon other solutions for it.What are your initial thoughts on Google’s new cloud service? Let us know in the comments section below.center_img April 25, 2012 Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global min readlast_img read more

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Equifax Introduces New Indicator to Reduce Friction in Lending

first_img To reduce friction in lending, credit scores provider, and global solutions company, Equifax has introduced The Work Number Indicator, an instant alert of whether an employment and income record exists on The Work Number database. The database is the nation’s largest centralized repository of payroll data managed by the Atlanta-headquartered company. According to Equifax, the alert has been introduced to support initiatives that make the mortgage industry more consumer-oriented and to help lenders and borrowers gain operational efficiencies through quicker, paperless processes similar to the digital experiences already being offered by many retailers.The Work Number Indicator, delivered along with the credit report, proactively signals to lenders whether a borrower’s income and employment information is already available within Equifax’s U.S. database, which can help eliminate a tedious documentation process for borrowers, and significantly expedite the mortgage origination process for lenders.“As the industry continues to move toward a more streamlined, technology-enabled origination process, ready access to verifications data like income and employment are key to ensuring that the process isn’t hindered,” said Craig Crabtree, SVP and General Manager of Equifax Mortgage and Housing Services. “When lenders use The Work Number Indicator, they are able to more efficiently manage their workflows, ultimately resulting in an improved experience for borrowers and lenders’ staff alike.”Giving an example of AmeriSave Mortgage Corporation, Equifax said that the mortgage lender realized a 15 percent improvement in mortgage origination efficiency through the use of The Work Number report for verification of employment and income. “For AmeriSave’s borrowers, this accelerated the path to closing by an average of five days, valuable time that helps enable borrowers to move into homes quicker,” Equifax said in a statement.Equifax operates or has investments in 24 countries in North America, Central and South America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific region. It is a member of Standard & Poor’s (S&P) 500 Index, and its common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol EFX. Equifax employs approximately 10,400 employees worldwide. June 8, 2018 555 Views in Headlines, News, Origination Sharecenter_img AmeriSave Mortgage Corporation Borrowers Closing Time Data Equifax HOUSING Lenders mortgage 2018-06-08 Radhika Ojha Equifax Introduces New Indicator to Reduce Friction in Lendinglast_img read more

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Akinci signs amendment for early elections

first_imgTurkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci on Wednesday signed an amendment to the so-called electoral law in the north, which is expected to come into force after it has been published in the ‘official government gazette’.According to Turkish Cypriot press reports, following a session with party officials in Akinci’s office on Tuesday, the Turkish Cypriot leader announced he will sign the amendment, while leader of ‘parliament’ Sibel Siber saying that after publication the plenum will set a date for snap elections.Although Siber did not elaborate, it is understood that the election will be held either on January 7 or 14, with the decision to be debated on November 13.Attending Tuesday’s meeting were Siber, ‘prime minister’ Huseyin Ozgurgun, ‘supreme court chairwoman’ Narin Sefik, main opposition leader Tufan Erhurman, ‘deputy prime minister’ Serdar Denktash and Communal Democracy Party leader Cemal Ozyigit.The so-called legislative elections, which produce the ‘assembly’ and the ‘cabinet’ of the unrecognized Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, had been originally set for April, but the ruling parties were forced to relent amid mounting pressure from the opposition and accusations that the ‘government’ no longer enjoys popular support.You May LikeLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Search For 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Former minster joins Quantum

first_imgFormer transport minister Marios Demetriades has joined the Quantum Cable team as senior advisor to the Strategic Council of the “massive data highway” project that will extend from Asia across the Mediterranean and on to the United States.Quantum Cable will connect Cyprus with Israel, Cyprus with Crete and Attica in Greece, and extend further to Italy, France and Bilbao, Spain reaching the 160 Tbps MAREA submarine cable stretching 6,600 kms across the Atlantic Ocean from Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA, to Bilbao, Spain.According to a press release, the cable has the capacity to handle up to 60 per cent of the world’s internet traffic at peak time or enough capacity to handle tens of millions high-definition video conference calls between Asia and Europe at the same time.“Mr. Demetriades joins the Strategic Council at the most critical juncture of the Quantum Cable. His sound advice and experience will contribute significantly to the smooth development of the project,” CEO Nasos Ktorides said.The entire cost of the project is estimated at US$200 million which will be undertaken by Quantum. The Quantum Cable system will be in operation by October 2020.The Quantum Cable, the super-fast subsea cable of up to 160Tbps in the Mediterranean, is supported by the governments of Israel, Greece and Cyprus. You May LikeFood Eat SafeFruits that Burn FatFood Eat SafeUndoStuff Answered5 Laptops That Are Guaranteed To Impress For Any Type Of UserStuff AnsweredUndoPostFunFor Just 100 This Man Turned An Old Wooden Shack Into Something ExtraordinaryPostFunUndo Limassol police investigating attempted murderUndoBrazil prison riot kills 52, with 16 decapitatedUndoNew York state decriminalizes pot, stops short of Cuomo’s legalisation callUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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