Laurentian Bank boosts dividend as earnings rise

MONTREAL — Laurentian Bank is boosting its quarterly dividend as its second-quarter profit increased 4% to $35.1 million.[np_storybar title=”Why it’s dangerous to short the Canadian banks” link=””%5DCanada’s big banks are in the awkward situation of pulling in near-record profits while also facing a record bet that they are heading for a fall. Read more [/np_storybar]The Quebec-based bank said Wednesday its dividend will increase by one cent per share to 50 cents, payable Aug. 1.Laurentian earned $1.10 per share for the period ended April 30, compared to $1.22 per share a year earlier when its net income was $33.9 million.Adjusted for one-time items, net income was $40.5 million or $1.29 per share. That compared to $36.1 million or $1.31 per share in the year-ago period.Revenues increased 8% to $214.8 million, from $198.7 million a year earlier.The acquisition of AGF Trust contributed $18.8 million of revenues.Net interest income increased 9% to $140.4 million, reflecting loan and deposit growth from the purchased portfolios of AGF Trust, partly offset by lower margins.Other income increased $4.1 million to reach $74.4 million due to higher fees and commissions.The provision for loan losses increased by $1.5 million to $9 million. That included $2.5 million related to the AGF Trust loan portfolios. read more

Ranil takes oaths as Prime Minister

Senior United National Front and United National Party members were present at the brief event. United National Front and United National Party leader Ranil Wickremesinghe took oaths today as Prime Minister before President Maithripala Sirisena.He took oaths at the Presidential Secretariat at the auspicious time of 11.16 AM.

Lowry Toronto Raptors traditionally follow up losses with big games

Kyle Lowry had a massive Game 7 against the Miami Heat in 2016, scoring 35 points and flirting with a triple-double to carry the Raptors to their first appearance in the Eastern Conference finals.On the eve of Toronto’s do-or-die Game 7 against the Philadelphia 76ers, and with a second appearance in the conference finals on the line, the team captain reflected on that big night three years ago.“It was the moment,” Lowry said at the team’s practice facility, his young son Karter in tow. “Game 7s are what you play for, what you work for. It’s one of the best games in your career and in the playoffs you get to a Game 7 you know how hard it’s going to be.“For me you go out there and you play hard. That Game 7 in Miami it was just about doing whatever it takes to win. This game it’s just working as hard as you can, leave it all out there.”The 33-year-old guard said there’s no point comparing this win-or-go-home game to 2016 – “Different game, different series, different time, different team.”But if there’s anything the Raptors can take comfort in is the fact that Lowry and Toronto traditionally bounce back with big games after losses.“We’ve had some moments of not playing very well, of getting knocked around,” said coach Nick Nurse. “This team almost always responds. I expect them to respond tomorrow.”After dispatching Orlando 4-1 in the opening round, the conference semifinals have been a see-saw series with wild shifts in momentum. After the Raptors demolished the Sixers 125-89 in Game 5 – a franchise record for margin of victory in the playoffs – Philadelphia fired back with a 112-101 rout of its own.A win Sunday would be viewed as just another step closer to the ultimate goal for a squad that was rebuilt for immediate success in mind: a spot in the NBA finals this season. A loss Sunday would be seen as an unacceptable ending, a second-round exit that would raise far-reaching questions about the franchise, including the future of star Kawhi Leonard.Nurse had zero interest in entertaining that possibility on Saturday.“I don’t know. I won’t talk about that. Talk about that later,” the coach said.Nurse believes he hasn’t seen the best of his team yet.“I still think there’s ceiling to get to,” he said. “I think you’ve seen some high peaks in these playoffs, right? We’ve got to diminish some of these valleys a little bit, but maybe that’s just who we are. But the high peaks are pretty damn good. Pretty damn good.”There are a couple key areas to clean up. The Raptors haven’t shot the ball well, particularly from the three-point line – odd for a team that scorched opponents from the perimeter in the regular season.“We had a body of work where we were the best shooting team in the league, from the Marc Gasol trade on, so it’s not like I’m pie-in-the-skying it here. So I think (the opportunity there) is exciting,” Nurse said.Danny Green led the way shooting a career-best 46 per cent from three in the regular season. But other than a solid Game 5 in which he had five threes, he hasn’t found his offensive groove against Philly. He’s made just eight in the other five games of the series combined.“He’s a phenomenal shooter,” Nurse said. “(But) maybe the greatest shooter in the history of this game (Steph Curry) was shooting 25 per cent through five games of a series. Golden State’s laid a couple eggs in the playoffs, too, you’ve just gotta look around a little bit. Things happen, you’ve gotta bounce back. That’s where we are.”The Sixers have dominated the glass, outrebounding Toronto in every game but one. In Game 6 the Raptors gave up 16 offensive rebounds.“We have to be more physical in our blockouts, we have to be super-conscientious of finding bodies running into the basket, and then we’ve got to rebound like some grown men,” Nurse said. “We’ve got to go up and grab ’em with two hands and squeeze ’em and hold onto them and get in a strong body position.”The Raptors have to deal with a healthy Joel Embiid, who shrugged off the upper-respiratory infection that dogged him in Game 5 to control both ends of the floor in Game 6 with 17 points, 12 rebounds and two blocks.Embiid played just 35 minutes on Thursday. Nurse was asked: If he plays 40 or more on Sunday, what then?“I think the minutes things for both teams are going to be off the table,” Nurse said. “So, I would expect the best players to play absolutely as many minutes as they possibly can all the way through until it’s decided.”Ahead of what could be their season finale, the Raptors appeared relaxed and confident on Saturday. Their veteran roster might be one reason. The Raptors have the more experienced roster with two NBA champions (Leonard and Green), and numerous players that have gone deep into the post-season.Gasol said he draws confidence in the team’s bounceback ability. He called Sunday another learning opportunity.“Growing, it’s not always on your terms. You’ve got to continue to grow whether you like how it’s going or not. And it’s especially when things don’t go your way that you show your growth,” he said. “I think this team faced, especially after Orlando in Game 1 (a loss), a little bit of adversity. How we responded, I liked that. When we were down 2-1 (to Philly), I liked how we responded to that as well. And now we’re 3-3.“Every time we hit a challenge we came out and responded.”Leonard, who was the Finals MVP in 2014, was asked about the Game 7 jitters.“Every playoff game, you come in nervous or with some anticipation. So just go out and play. You can’t let your nerves get the best of you. Just go play basketball,” he said.Asked what he’s been doing to stay relaxed in his down time, Leonard said: “Just hanging with my family, hanging out with my daughter, watching TV, playing games with her.“That’s the most important thing that’s really going on. Basketball is just go out there and play, do your job, have fun. That’s all you can do, leave it all on the floor. The most important thing in life is family and health.”Lowry was asked what it would mean to play in another Eastern Conference finals. He spoke for the team in that it’s got greater goals in mind.“It means a lot. Means a chance to go to the Eastern Conference finals, a chance to get another step closer to our goal, our team goal, my individual goal to make the finals,” he said. “Means a lot just overall for our team, our organization, take another step towards where we want to be.” read more

Googles most efficient data center runs at 95 degrees

first_imgAs a general rule, if you want to keep a computer running without issues then you need adequate cooling for the major components. That means a CPU fan, GPU fan, and case fans too. If you scale that up to the data center level, cooling is implemented on a massive scale and costs a small fortune in electricity and equipment.Google is always trying to make its servers more efficient and eco-friendly in a bid to save on running costs, and its St Ghislain data center in Belgium is now classed as the most efficient. The reason? It only uses fresh air cooling, which means no air conditioning units burning through electricity every day.Such efficiency comes at a price, though. The servers in the facility run incredibly hot, so hot in fact that humans cannot go near them for extended periods.The peak operating temperature Google’s Belgium data center reaches is 95 degrees Fahrenheit. It is governed by how hot it is outside, and when it reaches those temperature staff can no longer remain in the same areas as the servers. By comparison, a typical data center runs at temperatures as low as 68 degrees.The savings Google is making by running at temperatures 27 degrees higher than other facilities must be huge. According to Joe Kava, senior director for Google’s data center construction and operations, in general the company’s data centers are 50% more efficient than the competition. Belgium could be even better than that. The fact people can’t go near the servers during peak temperature periods is a minor inconvenience, and could probably be solved with the right protective gear.With the hardware in data centers clearly capable of coping with such high temperatures we should expect other facilities to take the same route in a bid to save money. The hot air pumping out of the server rooms can also be reused in a number of ways, e.g. to heat nearby homes.It’s also telling that Google released the video below in May of last year and talked about turning the temperature up to 80 degrees. Less than a year on and they have turned it up a further 15 degrees, showing you the improvements in efficiency continue to happen and that temperatures will probably continue to increase.Read more at Data Center Knowledgelast_img read more

Mental health awareness in the Latino community

first_img Updated: 6:03 PM 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – July is national minority mental health awareness month. Today we are focusing on the Latino community. There is a large percentage of Latinos in our county, but a low percentage seek help for mental health. Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital is currently developing a Spanish cognitive intensive therapy program geared towards the Spanish speaking community. Behavioral psychiatrist with Sharp Mesa Vista, Dr. Joseph Minick joined KUSI to discuss the program. KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, July 29, 2019center_img Posted: July 29, 2019 Mental health awareness in the Latino community Categories: Health, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Bridge work closes forest road until July

first_imgGifford Pinchot National Forest — The Gifford Pinchot National Forest this week closed Forest Road 25 as crews prepare to replace a bridge near the forest’s north end. The road is expected to reopen by the July 4 holiday when a new span crossing Benham Creek is complete.The original Benham Creek Bridge was destroyed after flooding caused a large landslide in January 2009. Crews installed the temporary bridge over the creek in its place to keep Forest Road 25 open. The new permanent bridge will use abutments designed to withstand a landslide, according to the forest service.Oakland, Ore.-based CP Construction began mobilizing equipment for the bridge replacement last week. The project’s planned completion date is July 2.last_img

Officers involved in shootings back at work

first_imgSeven Vancouver police officers involved in recent shootings are back to full duty this week. Vancouver patrol Officers Brent Donaldson, Christopher Douville, Eric McCaleb, Timothy Pfeifer and Colton Price returned to full duty status Wednesday. The five officers fired their weapons at Sebastian T. Lewandowski, 31, of Vancouver on Nov. 25 after they were called just before 11 p.m. to the Alder Creek Apartments, 11716 N.E. 49th St. An argument between a man and a woman escalated and the man, who was reported to be armed, had set an apartment on fire, according to police. Lewandowski was carrying what appeared to be an AR-15 rifle-type weapon, but what police later determined was an Airsoft-type replica. Police fired at Lewandowski, who died of multiple gunshot and shotgun wounds, according to the agency. Two Vancouver police officers in a separate officer-involved shooting also went back to work Wednesday. Vancouver police Cpl. Chris LeBlanc and Officer Brian Frances have been on administrative leave since Oct. 31. They and Clark County sheriff’s Deputy Anthony Spainhower are part of the regional SWAT team that was involved in the manhunt for John Kendall, who shot his neighbor with a rifle earlier in the day. During the manhunt, police received a 911 call from a man who reportedly found Kendall’s car in a wooded area along Northeast Blandford Drive. The man who called 911, however, parked his vehicle next to Kendall’s and remained on scene after hanging up. When SWAT arrived, they saw from a distance a white man in his 50s and, believing the man to be Kendall, police fired multiple shots at him to stop the perceived threat, police said.last_img read more

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Union environment ministry extends Polavaram project by two

first_imgNew Delhi: The Union environment ministry on Wednesday extended the construction period for the Polavaram Multipurpose Project by two years. Addressing the media at the Parliament complex, Union minister for environment, forest and climate change Prakash Javadekar said the two-year construction order was signed on Wednesday. In 2011, the then Union government had asked the Andhra Pradesh government to stop Polavaram construction. In 2014, the NDA government declared Polavaram a national project and the ministry kept the ‘stop work order’ in abeyance to allow construction work. Also Read – Chinmayanand case: Woman tells Supreme Court she wants to stay in Delhi Advertise With Us The ‘Stop Work Order’ was kept in abeyance six times for a year each time, the ministry said in a statement. “Considering the immense importance of the project, the ministry is keeping the ‘stop work order’ in abeyance to allow the construction for two years without permission to impound water,” a ministry source said.last_img read more

Sensex Nifty end 2016 trading with gains despite Brexit demonetisation

first_imgBombay Stock ExchangeReuters fileThe BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty — India’s benchmark stock market indices ended calendar year 2017 trading with gains of 1.94 percent and 3 percent, respectively. On Friday (December 30), the Sensex closed 260 points higher at 26,626, while the 50-scrip Nifty ended with gains of 82 points at 8,1,86.Read: Urge Indians to do 5 transactions through BHIM app till Jan 1: Modi at Digi-Dhan MelaOn December 31, 2015, the Sensex rose 157 points to close at 26,117 while the NSE Nifty was up 50 points to end at 7,946.The 1.94 percent and 3 percent gain for Sensex and Nifty respectively is a reversal of sorts, considering the indices had lost 5 percent and 4 percent in calendar year 2015.The year also saw change of guard at the Reserve Bank of India, with Raghuram Rajan paving the way for Urjit Patel’s elevation as the governor.Year of surprisesFor the stock markets, there were many negative surprises such as Brexit, Donald Trump’s surprise victory in the US presidential elections, interest rate hike by the US Fed and last but not the least, demonetisation decision announced by PM Narendra Modi on November 8, 2016.A minor setback to stock markets was also witnessed after the DGMO of the Indian Army briefed the media about surgical strike on terror launchpads located along the LoC in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, on September 29, 2016.”This year, the performance of the markets has remained lacklustre as a host of events brought high volatility in the markets. The gains recorded by the markets until September were completely erased by the outcome of the US election and government whip on black money through demonetisation. This also impacted the positive sentiment created by this year’s normal monsoon and 7th pay commission payout,” Angel Broking had said in its note a few days ago.Bank stocks outperformed the Sensex, with the sectoral BSE Bankex index closing with gains of 7.34 percent (20,748 on December 30, 2016 and 19,328 on December 31, 2015).The IT index on the BSE ended in the red, though it gained 1.09 percent on Friday.Rupee closes with lossesThe Indian rupee was also a victim of the global and domestic headwinds, losing 2.67 percent during the year to close at 67.93 to the US dollar on December 30 in comparison to 66.16 closing on December 31, 2015. Factors that impacted the domestic currency included redemption of FCNR deposits of 2013, in addition to persistent selling by FPIs, especially in the second half of the year.Stock market outlook, triggers for 2017Investors would be cautious in the initial weeks and wait for signals from the Budget 2017, especially in direct taxes (personal and corporate tax rates) since the scope for tweaking indirect taxes is limited in view of the Goods and Services Tax (GST). The first major signal could as early as on January 2 on Lucknow where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to address BJP workers at a rally, months before the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.The second big trigger would of course be Budget 2017 likely to be presented on February 1 by finance minister Arun Jaitley. The Economic Survey that precedes would give some pointers on the macroeconomic scenario.”Going ahead, we still see the demonetisation impact to keep hovering on the market gains even as the disruption caused to the Indian economy is likely to take two to three quarters to turn back. We are building high expectations from the upcoming union budget 2017-18,” Abnish Kumar Sudhanshu, Director & Research Head, Amrapali Aadya Trading & Investments, said in a note.Angel Broking said in a note that Asian Granito, Infosys, Power Grid Corporation, Alkem Laboratories and Jagran Prakashan are top picks for 2017.Gold gains, silver flat on FridayGold prices ended with gains of Rs 150 to close at Rs 28,500 per 10 gm, while silver remained unchanged at Rs 39,900 per kg.last_img read more

Kim Ji Hyun Meet the new coach who shaped PV Sindhus World

first_img Close Kim Ji Hyun has played a big part in Sindhu’s successBWFIndian culture regards the guru or teacher with paramount reverence. A good pupil is supposed to regard his or her guru as being on par with their parents in the order of importance. So, it was wonderful to see PV Sindhu thank her coaches before everyone else after winning the BWF World Championships 2019.Pullella Gopichand has been a mentor of Sindhu for a long time but the 24-year old shuttler seems to have benefitted enormously from the guidance of another person who joined her in April this year. That person is Kim Ji Hyun – a decorated former South Korean player. With Pullela Gopichand having to look after the entire group of Indian players, her job is to focus on Sindhu and Saina Nehwal.The 44-year old was a player of great repute in her day. Her crowning achievement came in the 1994 Asian Games in Hiroshima where she won the gold. But this wasn’t the only medal that came the way of Sindhu’s newest guru.Kim had also become the World Junior Champion at the 1989 World Championship. Unfortunately for her, she couldn’t achieve the same distinction at the senior level. But she has guided her protégé Sindhu to the World Championship title and that must feel very sweet for the Korean. Kim Ji Hyun is known for being very animated on the courtsideBWFPeople who saw Sindhu’s matches would have noticed the huge contrast between the body language of her two coaches. While Gopichand remained calm and stoic, Kim looked highly animated and seemed to be deeply invested in every point that Sindhu played.This intensity on the courtside from the former South Korean champion may be a sign of her strong drive for success. Her comments about Sindhu before the tournament are a case in point.”The way she plays, I feel it’s not smart enough. I mean, at the top level, you have to be smart. It has to be a combination, like your technique, and hitting and mentality,” Kim told the official website of the BWF World Championship.These comments may appear a tad harsh coming from a coach but they probably show her desperation to turn Sindhu into a world beater. In the mid-games and inter-game intervals, she could be seen and heard not only telling the Indian badminton queen what to do but also motivating her and boosting her confidence. She talked about this aspect of coaching in her interview as well. Kim Ji Hyun has been a coach for a long time and has worked with the likes of Sung Ji HyunBWF”The no.1 factor is trust in each other. If you don’t trust each other, what’s the point? You have to believe in yourself, and you have to believe in your player. Always stay positive. No matter what, you have to create a positive (atmosphere) for your player.”Kim also outlined the areas that need to be worked on for her ward to become better in the same interview. “Sindhu’s powerful and has a good physique, but I feel she has to develop more skills.”There are so many skills she has to work on, especially net skills and deception. Step by step. We’re working on skills, and changing tactics, as you can’t use the same tactics over and over again. If you play the same kind of game, you won’t have a chance,” she added in her interaction with BWF website.And Kim didn’t just talk the talk but walked the walk as well. In the BWF World Championships this year, Sindhu’s net game looked flawless and played a key role in her victory over Tai Tzu Ying, Chen Yufei and eventually, Nozomi Okuhara. One could also see a clear improvement in her tactical acumen. The way she made Okuhara run around the court and dominated the front court herself is an example of that. 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COPY LINKAD Loading … PV Sindhu creates history, becomes first Indian to win BWF World Championship The training style of Kim is also not run of the mill. The former Asian Games champion described the unique way in which she gets her players to practice.”I devise some funny exercises, so it’s not the same things over and over again. I have to integrate more skills. I create more exercises that make the players think. Sometimes we have lunch or dinner together.”It was in 2001 that Kim ended her career with a silver medal on her home soil in the Korean Open. Since then, she has been a leading coach and has even been with her country’s national team.Earlier in the year, Sindhu had seemed listless and unwilling to fight hard in her matches against top players. Perhaps, it’s the combination of motivation and skill training provided by Kim that she has regained her form and reached a new level of success.last_img read more

Washington Redskins Racial Bias and a Divided High Court

first_imgRacial justice tops the opening of the Supreme Court’s new term. When Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead in Feb. conservative Republicans vowed to stall President Barack Obama’s nomination of Judge Merrick Garland. The eight-member Court is limping forward with race questions involving the death penalty, voting districts, jury deliberations, and the name of the Washington Football Team.It was life or death for Duane Buck. Then, Dr. Walter Quijano, a psychology expert, testified Buck was dangerous because he was Black and male. So dangerous, in fact, Buck should receive a death sentence in the murder of his girlfriend. And, he did. That expert had been called to testify by Buck’s very own attorney. Because this defense attorney knowingly called an expert witness to testify against his client, Buck brought his case to the high Court seeking to re-open it based on ineffective assistance of counsel.The Supreme Court will hear a First Amendment challenge over the government’s refusal to register offensive trademarks in a case that could affect the Washington Football Team. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)In a case in Texas a judge determined a mentally incompetent man, Bobby Moore, was fit for execution using a fictional farmhand character in the stageplay “Of Mice and Men.” Now, the Supreme Court will review this legal standard created by Judge Cathy Cochran who ruled Moore, who cannot tell time, add or subtract, and has an average IQ of 70 should die for the murder of a 70 year-old store clerk.  Under Cochran’s Lennie-standard Moore knew what he was doing and is therefore competent enough to be executed. Executing an incompetent person violates the cruel and unusual punishment under the Eighth Amendment.Voter suppression cases add more controversy to this Presidential election. In North Carolina, Governor Patrick McCrory was sued by David Harris and Christine Bowser who argued Blacks there were crammed into two racially gerrymandered voting districts to reduce Black political influence in other districts. In McCrory v. Harris, the Supreme Court must decide if North Carolina’s redistricting plan was politically or racially motivated and a violation of the Equal Protection clause of the Constitution. A split-decision favors Harris because it means the lower court’s decision stands. McCrory lost in the lower court.In Virginia the Board of Elections was sued over allegations of racial gerrymandering in a redistricting plan. But, is it necessary to prove race was the main motivating factor to win a racial gerrymandering case under the Voting Rights Act. Last term, the Court unanimously overturned the corruption conviction of former Va. Gov. Robert F. McDonnell. A few months ago, current Va. Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed thousands of petitions restoring the voting rights of formerly convicted felons. Virginia has a long history of intentionally depriving voting rights to African-Americans, along with many other States.The fate of the name Washington Redskins may be decided by a case involving The Slants, an Asian band. When the Federal government denied a trademark to The Slants the band appealed to the Supreme Court. Under the Lanham Act, the Federal trademark office can refuse to give a trademark protection to any name that disparages persons, institutions, beliefs, national symbols or bring them into contempt or disrepute.In Lee v. Tam, Michelle Lee, the first woman and Asian-American director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark office, denied a trademark to Simon Tam, lead singer of The Slants. Tam argued that denying his trademark due to an offensive name violated his freedom of speech. Trademarks are granted to identify and distinguish names and goods. The band intentionally uses the ethnic slur slants to take on stereotypes about Asians. A decision in this case may decide if the name Washington Redskins is a violation of federal law or freedom of speech.Biased lending practices are a reminder of the tactics brought to light during The Great Recession.  Wells Fargo Bank and Bank of America are attempting to evade punishment for their racially discriminatory lending schemes in Miami, FL. The banks are challenging whether the Fair Housing Act was meant to cover their biased practices.Immigration reform eludes President Barack Obama, again. The Court refused his recent request for a re-hearing of the U.S. v. Texas case. The Supreme Court was tied in that case where President Obama used his Executive Power to create a pathway to citizenship for children brought into America illegally.  A 4-4 split means the lower court’s decision against the measure stands.Religion is on the docket again in this Missouri case about denying a church access to a State program giving recycled tires to cover playground.The Court’s 2016 term, which began Oct. 3, will end in June.Gloria J. Browne-Marshall is a legal correspondent covering the U.S. Supreme Court for AANIC (African-American News & Information Consortium), an associate professor of constitutional law at John Jay College (CUNY), and author of the new book “The Voting Rights War: The NAACP and the Ongoing Struggle for Justice.”last_img read more

Dirk Nowitzki to the Warriors rumors make zero sense

first_img Advertisement The Warriors are licking their wounds and now have to decide whether to make any significant additions in the off season. Today, rumors surfaced in the San Jose Mercury News that Golden State has interest in speaking with Dirk Nowitzki, who opted out of his contract with the Mavericks today.One big name free-agent who probably will get a call from the Warriors in July: Dirk Nowitzki.— Tim Kawakami (@timkawakami) June 21, 2016Nowitzki seems like an odd fit for the Warriors because they need another shooter who can’t defend like a hoarder needs another ceramic animal figurine. Their Finals loss to the Cavs was largely due to a lack of interior depth, which the Cavs exploited once Andrew Bogut went down for the series with a knee injury after Game 4. Today on Speak for Yourself, Colin and Jason played “Good Read or Bad Read?” about whether Nowitzki makes any sense for the Warriors.Colin sees the Warriors adding Nowitzki as a massive overreaction and a bad read.“Bad Read. They missed out on back to back titles by a jumper. It was 89 all for about 4 minutes, and Kyrie hit a jumper, and Klay or Steph didn’t. Tweak. This is the constant overreaction. Oklahoma City. No big moves, had them down 3 – 1. Tweak. Everybody wants to blow stuff up.”Whitlock thinks the Warriors are better off standing pat, or addressing more glaring needs.“You stand pat. You don’t make a splashy move. You make a move for substance. And the substantive move to make is some toughness and some rebounding  and some defense.”Both guys agreed that an ideal addition that would address Golden State’s defense and rebounding needs is free agent Joakim Noah. He can contribute as a defender, passer, and a rebounder without needing designed plays or heavy ball possession.Substance > Splash. @ColinCowherd and @WhitlockJason discuss the type of off-season moves the Warriors should make.— Speak For Yourself (@SFY) June 22, 2016last_img read more

Company registrations up 17 in June

first_imgBy Stelios OrphanidesThe number of company registrations rose in June an annual 17 per cent to 1,123 unaffected by tougher anti-money laundering measures including shell companies being banned from the banking system, official figures show.The number of company registrations, an indicator of the performance of the corporate services sector, rose 15 per cent in the first half of the year to 7,405 compared to the respective period of 2017, the Department of Company Registrar and Official Receiver said in an emailed statement.Applications for names rose in June an annual 16 per cent to 2,622 and in January to June 26 per cent to 17,190, the department said. The issue of certified documents rose 13 per cent in June to 29,167 and 7.8 per cent in the first six months to 173,376 while the submission of documents rose 15 per cent in June to 11,973 and 9.5 per cent to 72,272 respectively.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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