“This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Royston Wild | Tuesday, 19th May, 2020 We all dream of living the Life of Riley when the time comes to hang up our work gloves. It’s not just the hope of having more free time that the ‘9 to 5’ grind currently prevents us from having. It’s having the financial freedom to pursue your goals, helped (if not necessarily dependent upon) the State Pension.There’s a growing wealth of evidence that suggests many of us will end up being left behind though. Recent State Pension rule changes mean that Britons have to wait longer and longer to receive their allowance from the government. Not that the benefit provides much to shout about. 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And almost a fifth (18%) are working more than one job.Alarmingly, Sun Life’s data shows that 40% those over-65s still in employment do so because they fear not having enough in savings, investments, and pensions to provide them with sufficient income for retirement.Offset the State PensionThings are clearly difficult for Britain’s pensioners and things threaten to worsen further following the coronavirus crisis. I recently wrote about the ‘triple lock’ mechanism and explained how minimum guaranteed rises in the State Pension could soon go extinct, for example.Sitting on your backside and hoping the government will take care of you in your old age is dangerous business. It’s why I’m building a portfolio of top-quality stocks to help me receive a nice income a few decades from now.I don’t fancy having to continue working into my 70s like a growing number of Britons have to do. 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Image: Deliveroo Rupert Hargreaves | Thursday, 27th May, 2021 | More on: ROO Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. One FTSE “Snowball Stock” With Runaway Revenues Looking for new share ideas?Grab this FREE report now.Inside, you discover one FTSE company with a runaway snowball of profits.From 2015-2019…Revenues increased 38.6%.Its net income went up 19.7 times!Since 2012, revenues from regular users have almost DOUBLEDThe opportunity here really is astounding.In fact, one of its own board members recently snapped up 25,000 shares using their own money… So why sit on the side lines a minute longer?You could have the full details on this company right now. Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. The Deliveroo (LSE: ROO) share price has been a consistent underperformer since the company’s IPO at the end of March. Indeed, the company has the unfortunate label of being one of the most unsuccessful tech IPOs in recent memory. It’s even been referred to as the “worst IPO in London’s history“. The company was launched with a market capitalisation of £7.6bn. But it’s worth just £4.7bn today. I think these figures say a lot about what the market thinks of the Deliveroo share price.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…But is this an opportunity? If the company continues to grow, as it has done over the past five years, I think it could be. Growth potentialThere’s no denying Deliveroo is a growth champion. Over the past five years, the company has grown from almost nothing into a multi-billion-pound business. Sales have surged over the past few years, thanks to an influx of new customers. The trend only accelerated last year. According to the company’s first-quarter trading update, the number of orders placed on its platform in the three months to the end of March increased 114% year-on-year. In addition, the monthly active user base on the platform increased 91% year-on-year to 7.1m users. The problem is, the company has struggled to turn this growth into cold, hard cash. The group is unprofitable and is relying on its cash reserves to fund losses. At the end of the first quarter, the Deliveroo had £1.5bn in cash, and cash equivalents, as well as access to a £150m revolving credit facility.It’s difficult to say how long this cash balance will last. In 2020, a record year for the group in terms of order value, it lost £226m. Based on that level of losses, the company has enough funding for at least five years, possibly longer. Deliveroo share price risks I think Deliveroo’s growing losses have spooked investors into selling their shares in the company.Unfortunately, the firm may continue to haemorrhage cash. The food delivery sector is incredibly competitive, and Deliveroo has to fight off better-funded competitors such as Just Eat and Uber. The longer it takes for the company to reduce its losses, the higher the chances are it will run out of cash. With that being the case, I plan to avoid the Deliveroo share price for the time being. However, I’m going to be keeping an eye on the enterprise over the next few months.As the UK moves on from the coronavirus pandemic, I think it’ll be interesting to see if the company keeps its new customers. If it does, it may be a sign these customers are here to stay. That would give management more flexibility to increase prices and reduce marketing spend, which would help margins and profitability. Therefore, while I’m not a buyer of the stock today, I could be in the future if the firm’s figures improve. Rupert Hargreaves has no position in any of the shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has recommended Just Eat Takeaway.com N.V. and Uber Technologies. 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Facebook Linkedin Previous article#newmusic Post Punk Podge & The Technohippies – An Lucht SiúilNext articleDeath of a Salesman Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print Twitter Email WhatsApp Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Advertisement TAGSlimerickMaura O’Briensteve collins Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” HIGH Court proceedings have been initiated against Steve Collins over causing the accidental death of a Limerick pensioner that he rolled over last year.Proceedings have been issued to Mr Collins by the Conor O’Sullivan, the 26-year-old grandson of deceased grandmother Maura O’Brien (89) of Milford Grange, Castletroy, Limerick over her death on February 17, 2016.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Conor O’Sullivan had driven his grandmother to the Ulster Bank at Castletroy in Limerick as the 89-year-old had been planning her finances for a proposed trip to the US to visit her sister.Ms O’Brien left her grandson’s vehicle and walked behind Steve Collins parked jeep in the car park.Second later, Mr Collins started his jeep and proceeded to reverse out of the parking space.Ms O’Brien was subsequently rolled over by Mr Collins in his 2.7tonne Range Rover jeep. She died as a result of her extensive and traumatic injuries.Last week, a jury at Limerick Coroner’s Court returned a verdict of accidental death after a two-day hearing into Ms O’Brien’s death.Limerick Coroner John McNamara had been told by Mr Collins in his evidence that he engaged the reverse gear, checked his mirrors and windows as he slowly moved off.However the jeep stopped after a few feet and he felt the wheels lift upwards. When he got out, he saw that Mrs O’Brien was trapped underneath.He told the court that he did not see her when he started reversing and that his reversing sensors and camera “didn’t show up anything”.PSV inspector Garda Redy said he found no defects when he inspected Mr Collins’ 2010 registered jeep but noticed that a reversing camera took between 14 and 26 seconds to engage if the jeep was put into reverse from a parked position.Forensic collision inspector Garda Conor McDermott said there were no indents on the jeep’s bodywork to suggest a heavy impact. The only areas he could clearly determine had struck Mrs O’Brien were the rear passenger wheel and the underside of the jeep at the rear axel and wishbone.He said there was “insufficient evidence to suggest that the pedestrian was upright,” and that Mrs O’Brien, who used a walking stick, would be classed as a “vulnerable road user”.Ms O’Brien would have “offered no match for the jeep”.Witnesses said Mr Collins was left traumatised at the scene in the aftermath of what had happened.The jury at Limerick coroner’s court returned a verdict of accidental death.This week it has emerged that Conor O’Sullivan initiated High Court civil proceedings against Mr Collins for personal damages.See more Limerick news here WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Proceedings have been initiated at the High Court against Steve Collins NewsHigh court proceedings initiated against Steve Collins over accidental deathBy Staff Reporter – October 23, 2017 7989
DL Debate – 24/05/21 Intreo Centres – Buncrana, Dunfanaghy, Dungloe and LetterkennyOpen to the public from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm daily, Monday to Friday. Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Pinterest By News Highland – October 15, 2020 Commenting today, Minister Humphreys said:“In the interests of the public health advice and observing social distancing, I am asking people, if at all possible, not to attend their local Intreo Centre or social welfare office. Instead, they should avail of the online services available through www.MyWelfare.ie.This is the quickest and easiest way to apply. It is also the quickest and most efficient way for the Department to process the applications and is the safest option for our customers and our staff. Minister Humphreys added:“It is essential that all of us follow the advice from NPHET. I am asking everyone of all ages who has a social welfare enquiry not to choose to visit their social welfare office. My Department’s telephone helpline is also available at the cost of a local call, and the officials will guide and advise callers from 9.00am to 5.00pm every day, Monday to Friday. I particularly want to thank our customers who have moved to use the online service and for respecting public health advice. It is up to each one of us to take the measures now in place under Level 4 extremely seriously if we are to suppress the virus. Together, we can do it.” WhatsApp Google+ Twitter Wednesday, 15th October, 2020 People who are diagnosed with the Covid-19 virus or who have to self-isolate and are medically certified by their doctor, also have the option of applying for the Enhanced Illness Benefit online at www.MyWelfare.ie. Google+ Minister Humphreys is reminding people that they can apply for the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) or a Jobseeker’s Payment at www.MyWelfare.ie, rather than making an unnecessary visit in person to their Intreo Centre or social welfare branch office. To observe the strict public health advice and to safeguard both our customers and our staff, the Department will be reducing our public office opening hours in the affected areas with effect from tomorrow, Friday, 16th October. These are emergency temporary measures and will be kept under review. Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Due to the restrictions, which come into effect at midnight, the opening hours of Intreo Offices are being reduced. Previous articleFisheries central to any Brexit deal – TaoiseachNext article“We are committed to cross border transport links” – Coveney News Highland Branch Offices in Donegal town and KillybegsOpen to the public from 9.30am to 12.30pm daily, Monday to Friday. Pinterest Twitter Full information on the Enhanced Illness Benefit is available here. Intreo urges people to interact with welfare services online To contact the Department of Social Protection by phone, the helpline number is 1890 800 024, from 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday. As Cavan, Monaghan and Donegal move to Level 4, Social Protection Minister, Heather Humphreys T.D., is reminding people in these counties to avail of welfare services online. Facebook Branch Offices in Ballybofey and BallyshannonOpen to the public from 9.30 to 12.30pm and 2.00pm to 4.00pm daily Monday to Friday. Homepage BannerNews Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Implementation of Level 4 Measures results in reduced Intreo Office hours Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Over 95% of people who applied for PUP this week did so online, ensuring that the payment can be processed quickly. WhatsApp As Donegal, Cavan and Monaghan move to Level 4 this evening, peoploe who need to do so are being asked to apply for welfare services online.Due to the restrictions, which come into effect at midnight, the opening hours of Intreo Offices are being reduced.Minister Heather Humphreys is urging people to apply for the Pandemic Unemployment Payment or a Jobseeker’s Payment at www.MyWelfare.ie, rather than making an unnecessary visit in person to their Intreo Centre or social welfare branch office.***********************Social Protection customers in Donegal urged to use online services
Sir Ken Jackson believes that new super-union Amicus will change the shapeof employment relationsA new union with a million members opened for business on New Year’s Day. Two unions have merged – the Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union(AEEU) and the Manufacturing, Science, Finance (MSF) – to create Amicus. Amicus is the ancient word for friend, supporter, partner and wisecounsellor. We shall be membership based, relying on an industrial structure ofworkplace-based activists, with huge conferences and ballots of the membersbacking up day-to-day activist democracy. The new union has a huge mandate of support with members voting by more thanfour to one to set up Amicus in a massive ballot. What will be the implications of our new union for the HR profession? Most importantly, we shall have the resources to support our workplacerepresentatives. They will need a new depth of support to give our membersauthoritative advice on the many issues thrown up by the global economy.Accomplished and confident reps are needed in the modern process ofconsultation, with managers needing to be coolly challenged on theirunderstanding of the business by staff who have the company’s future at heart. Amicus will also have the best trade union education service in the UK andthe best research, pensions, lifelong learning and lobbying facilitiesavailable. Our assets are valued at more than £100m and our annual income will exceed£66m. We include over 110 MPs and MEPs as members. The new union expects to build on more than 200 AEEU and MSF recognitionsuccesses, which in 2001 included companies as diverse as Virgin Atlantic,Tibbett and Britten, Penguin Books, Saudi Arabian Airlines and Honda. Amicus’ breadth of appeal is based on the positive competencies we can bringto the party. We don’t instinctively trade on managers’ petty tyrannies – realor imagined – but prefer to trade on our practical services. All of this is available to the employers we deal with. We shall be theunion of partnership both with employers and employees. Our partnership approach is not a tactical manoeuvre, but a preferred way ofindustrial life. It is not a new word for deference either. Partnership will promotemutual help, respect and deliver better work from people because they feelvalued. One of our biggest challenges will be to boost productivity through skillsdevelopment. Our representatives will all be taking advantage of skills andprofessional development at every level of business. We shall do our bit and spend around £4m of our own money to show companiesthat our dedication to skills reform is not just rhetoric. The newly launched union is not the finished article. We are already inmerger talks with other British unions that will make us the biggest union inthe UK. Our structures are robust enough to welcome every group into our fold. Everyone of our initial 21 industrial groups will have its own consultationprocesses, yet every group will be able to call on the best full-time officersand general support services available. As the largest affiliate of the Labour Party, we have immense politicalinfluence in Brussels and Whitehall alike. With professional and skilled members in both the private sector and publicservices, we effectively represent the attitudes of the UK workplace – we areBritain in microcosm. We are determined that our new strength is placed at thedisposal of this country’s economic reform and future success. I am looking forward to introducing Britain’s management teams to Amicus –your new friend. Sir Ken Jackson is joint general secretary of Amicus www.aeeu.org.ukwww.msf.org.uk Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Union heralds a new partnership between employer and workerOn 8 Jan 2002 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.
Tags: Cal State Bakersfield/Central Michigan/Randy Rahe/San Jose State/Weber State Men’s Basketball May 22, 2018 /Sports News – Local Weber State Men’s Basketball Heads To Junkanoo Jam FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah-Tuesday, Weber State men’s basketball announced a return to the Bahamas for the second consecutive season.The Wildcats were selected to play in the inaugural Junkanoo Jam November 15-18 at Bimini, Bahamas.Weber State will play three games in the Junkanoo Jam and will be joined by the Central Michigan Chippewas of the Mid-American Conference (MAC), the Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners of the Big West and the San Jose State Spartans of the Mountain West.This tournament will occur at the Gateway Christian Academy of Bimini, Bahamas.The Wildcats will commence the tournament against San Jose State on November 15 at 6:30 pm MST. They will then face either Cal State Bakersfield or Central Michigan on November 16 or 17 and then face the other team on November 18.This commemorates the fifth-straight season the Wildcats will participate in a preseason tournament. Weber State played three games at the Island of the Bahamas Showcase at Nassau last year and competed in the Paradise Jam in the Virgin Islands in 2014.At Estero, Fla., in 2015, the Wildcats won the title at the Gulf Coast Showcase and played in the Great Alaska Shootout in 2016.Weber State men’s basketball coach Randy Rahe stated “The preseason tournaments are really important to our program and this will be another great opportunity for us to play three games against high-quality opponents.” Brad James Written by
View post tag: HMS Defender HMS Defender. Photo: Royal NavyRoyal Navy’s Type 45 destroyer HMS Defender is set to return home to Portsmouth on July 8 following her nine-month deployment to the Middle East where the ship worked with American and French Carrier strike groups as part of on-going operations against Daesh in Iraq and Syria.During her 263 days away from the UK, Defender has visited 19 ports in 11 countries. She has participated in two major international maritime exercises, represented the UK at the International Indian Fleet review, and conducted numerous boarding operations resulting in one major drugs bust, while carrying out her primary role providing air command and control support to two international carrier strike groups in the Gulf.Last month while working on counter narcotics and counter terrorist operations the Type 45 destroyer intercepted a suspect fishing dhow off the south coast of Oman.After the dhow was secured by a Royal Marines boarding team with the support of HMS Defender’s Lynx helicopter, a Navy search team seized over a tonne of hashish being trafficked across the Indian Ocean.The ship has travelled 47,538 nautical miles, the equivalent of going more than twice around the world. To cover this distance, she has used 10,551,000 litres of fuel, enough to fill 4.2 Olympic-size swimming pools.It’s not just the ship that requires fuelling. During the deployment the 248 sailors on board have consumed 75,600 eggs, 19,000 kg of potatoes, or the equivalent of 16 mini Coopers, and 54,720 sausages weighing 3420 kg, which would cover three miles if laid end to end.Commanding Officer Steve Higham said: “As Captain, I could not be prouder of the men and women who have worked alongside me over the last 18 months and particularly over the course of this deployment.“Every Sailor, Royal Marine, Airman and Soldier who has served in Defender has been bold, confident and extraordinary, confident that what we have done here has made a difference and that we have directly contributed to the national security of the United Kingdom.” View post tag: Royal Navy Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today Royal Navy destroyer returns from Middle East Royal Navy destroyer returns from Middle East July 7, 2016 Share this article