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ST-Ericsson parts company with CEO

first_imgHome ST-Ericsson parts company with CEO Previous ArticlePanel: The Future of MessagingNext ArticleNokia’s HTC patent complaint dismissed by German court Related Author Troubled semiconductor company ST-Ericsson announced the departure of Didier Lamouche, its president and CEO, who has “decided to resign from the company to pursue other opportunities”.Lamouche, previously COO of ST-Ericsson parent STMicroelectronics, took up the CEO position at the joint venture late in 2011, becoming the third person to hold this position since the company was created in 2009.ST-Ericsson is currently facing something of an uncertain future, after STMicro announced its intention to exit the joint venture after a transition period.Co-owner Ericsson has made little comment on the future shape of the partnership, other than stating that it will “explore various strategic options for ST-Ericsson assets”.The silicon company had already announced a restructure earlier in 2012, which saw some of its work on application processors transferred to STMicro, which would then be integrated with ST-Ericsson products under licence.ST-Ericsson has been loss-making for some time. In 2012, it reported a non-GAAP net loss of $749 million, compared with a prior-year loss of $841 million, on revenue of $1.35 billion, down from $1.65 billion.Lamouche will remain in his current role until 31 March 2013. MásMóvil amplía su contrato con Ericsson Steve works across all of Mobile World Live’s channels and played a lead role in the launch and ongoing success of our apps and devices services. He has been a journalist…More Read more Español center_img Former Ericsson employees charged in bribery case Ericsson, Leonardo team on 5G products Steve Costello AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 11 MAR 2013 Tags EricssonPeopleST-EricssonSTMicrolast_img read more

Dead & Company Plays ‘Til The Midnight Hour At Saratoga Performing Arts Center [Videos]

first_imgDead & Company made their 2019 East Coast debut on Tuesday night at Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, New York. Band members Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart, John Mayer, Jeff Chimenti, and Oteil Burbridge visited SPAC together for the fourth time, delivering a solid performance with a variable setlist which drew from all eras of Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia Band history.Related: Grateful Dead Retrospective: Hanging Off The Balcony At SPAC, 1983–1988 [Listen]The boys opened the show with a mellow “Feel Like a Stranger” before easing into “Hell in a Bucket”, which quickly gained momentum to the delight of a crowd that seems to constantly clamor for faster tempos. Mayer then took the reins for uptempo rocker “Alabama Getaway”, leading the audience through each endlessly shoutable chorus. A gorgeous rendition of Bob Dylan’s “When I Paint My Masterpiece” followed, preceding an especially tender take on “It Must’ve Been the Roses” (only its second performance by this band) featuring Mayer on lead vocals.The band heated back up with a blistering “Cumberland Blues”, leaning heavily on the improvisational interplay between Chimenti and Mayer and relying on Burbridge to lay down the law on the bass. They then transitioned into “Cassidy”, which came on softly at first but tightened up tremendously in a virtuosic improvisational jam. Finally, an unexpected and spirited “U.S. Blues” wrapped up the first set.Second set opener “Here Comes Sunshine” expanded into a lengthy jam that eventually disintegrated into a phenomenal performance of “Shakedown Street”. Though in the past Dead & Company has caught flak for overplaying this latter tune, the fact that they can still take the song in fresh musical directions is a testament to the longevity and flexibility of the arrangement, not just the popularity of the song.A moody “Wharf Rat” came next, preceding the now-classic psychedelic pairing of “Playin’ in the Band” and “Uncle John’s Band”. These two tunes predictably led into “Drums”, which unpredictably featured Burbridge sitting in on Kreutzmann’s drum kit. The “Space” that followed was particularly long, full of staccato dissonance and cyclical rhythms inspired by a humongous luna moth that had landed on the stage.After the musical moth madness, Weir and Mayer led the band through a raucous “Viola Lee Blues”. The true standout performance of the night, however, was certainly the Jerry Garcia Band-style cover of The Beatles‘ “Dear Prudence” that came next, which showcased Mayer’s most tasteful guitar soloing yet. An energetic “Casey Jones,” in which the band chose to emphasize Mayer’s soloing in the outro instead of going for their usual accelerando, capped the second set.For the encore, the band dusted off Wilson Pickett’s “In the Midnight Hour,” which they hadn’t played since July 13th, 2016 at First Niagara Pavilion in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. At long last, the reprise of “Playin’ in the Band” brought the show to a thunderous close.While Saratoga Performing Arts Center isn’t quite as large as some of the other venues on this tour (Gillette Stadium has about three times the capacity of SPAC!), there’s just something about the homegrown, upstate New York/Vermont Deadhead vibe that makes each show there feel just like a family reunion.Below, you can watch a pair of pro-shot videos from the SPAC performance.Dead & Company – SPAC – “Feel Like A Stranger” [Pro-Shot][Video: Dead & Company]Dead & Company – SPAC – “Here Comes Sunshine” [Pro-Shot][Video: Dead & Company]Catch Dead & Company next this Thursday, June 20th, at BB&T Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey. For a full list of upcoming tour dates, head here.Setlist: Dead & Company | Saratoga Performing Arts Center | Saratoga Springs, NY | 6/18/19Set 1: Feel Like a Stranger, Hell in a Bucket, Alabama Getaway, When I Paint My Masterpiece, It Must’ve Been the Roses, Cumberland Blues, Cassidy, U.S. BluesSet 2: Here Comes Sunshine, Shakedown Street, Wharf Rat, Playin’ in the Band, Uncle John’s Band, Drums, Space, Viola Lee Blues, Dear Prudence, Casey JonesEncore: In the Midnight Hour, Playin’ in the Band (reprise)last_img read more

Major contract award for LGV Est Phase 2

first_imgFRANCE: RFF has awarded a major civil works contract for Phase 2 of LGV Est européene, the high speed line connecting Paris with Strasbourg. The 7∙5 km Lot 47 is to be built by the Dodin Campenon Bernard Construction joint venture including Spie Batignolles, Vinci and Cegelec under a contract worth €184∙3m.Lot 47 includes one of the major structures on Phase 2, the 4 km twin-bore Saverne tunnel under the Vosges mountains. There is also a 270 m viaduct over the course of the Haspelbaechel.With work now underway on lots 41, 42, 43A and 44, RFF hopes to award the remaining five civil works contracts for Phase 2 by the start of 2011. Running for 106 km from Baudrecourt to Vendenheim, the new line will cut Paris – Strasbourg journey times by a further 30 min.last_img read more

Uganda’s expelled Asian natives return home for fresh start

first_imgFollowing the radical expulsion of about 40,000 Asians by President Idi Amin saying God had told him to transform Uganda into “a black man’s country”. Sameena’s family fled Uganda and resettled in Canada.The family was among more than 7,000 Ugandan Asians airlifted out. Although Sameena’s parents had to take whatever jobs they could find to survive they managed to settle in the foreign country.“This country gave me the opportunity to do whatever I wanted – all I had to do was make the commitment and do the work,” Sameena Merchant said.She is now married with two children and her house has become a meeting point where three generations converge.Though several thousand Asians have since returned home, to Uganda, some Ugandans resent them because of their domination of many businesseshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNbrZKRpYbslast_img read more

Three Men Shot in Fond Cole Including Minor

first_imgLocalNews Three Men Shot in Fond Cole Including Minor by: – February 27, 2020 Sharing is caring! 206 Views   no discussions Tweet Sharecenter_img Share Share Three men were shot in Fond Cole on Tuesday evening according to police.Individuals have been brought in for questioning but released. No one has been apprehended in relation to the incident.Police PRO, Simon Edwards reported, “The Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force is conducting investigations into a shooting incident which occurred at Fond Cole about 11:15pm on Tuesday 25th February, 2020.“Three male individuals received gunshot wounds in what appeared to be an altercation among persons at Fond Cole. The three individuals which included a juvenile were transported to the Accident and Emergency Department at the Dominica China-Friendship Hospital. They were attended to by medical practitioners. The juvenile was discharged but the two male adults were admitted. Investigations are ongoing.”Meantime, the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force has confirmed that Mas Domnik 2020 was largely incident-free save for minor stabbings.Police Public Relations Officer, Simon Edwards says there were seizures of offensive weapons including four firearms and the individuals were arrested and processed. They appeared before the Magistrates Court on Wednesday, Feb 26th.last_img read more

2020 Kenai River Early-Run King Salmon Season Starts Under General Regulation

first_imgKenai River king salmon sport fishing general regulations for January 1 through June 30, 2020, in Kenai River waters downstream of Skilak Lake are as follows:Bait is prohibited, and only one single-hook, artificial lure may be used.The bag and possession limit for king salmon 20 inches or greater in length is one king salmon. Only king salmon 34 inches or less in length may be retained. King salmon greater than 34 inches in length may not be removed from the water and must be released immediately.There is a five fish annual limit for king salmon over 20 inches from all Cook Inlet Drainage waters in combination, which includes only two fish per year over 20 inches from the Kenai River, except fish under 28 inches in length caught in the Kenai River prior to July 1 do not count towards the annual limit. All harvested fish that count towards an annual limit must be recorded on a harvest record card or your license.The bag and possession limit for king salmon less than 20 inches (jacks) is 10 fish. This projection falls within the optimal escapement goal (OEG) of 3,900 to 6,600 large king salmon. If the Kenai River early-run king salmon preseason projection falls within or above the OEG, the early-run king salmon sport fishery may start under general regulations for the Kenai River (5 AAC 57.120) until an inseason projection is available. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The 2020 Kenai River early-run king salmon preseason projection is for approximately 4,800 large (> 34 inches) king salmon, according to a release from the Department of Fish and Game issued on Thursday. Anglers are reminded that regulations may be liberalized or restricted inseason by emergency order if subsequent inseason projections, based on the sonar counts at river mile 14, suggest that the king salmon OEG may not be achieved. Sufficient inseason information is typically available by approximately June 15.last_img read more

Valencia 2-1 Athletic: Basque side controversially progress on away goals

first_img That goal pulled the Basque side back within a goal of Valencia on the night at Mestalla, but handed them a crucial away goal advantage after they prevailed in the first leg at San Mames in torrid conditions by a solitary goal last week.  Gomes should have added a third, before Athletic at last showed some attacking intentions. Ryan, though, was on hand to deny Susaeta and then Aymeric Laporte.  CET Aritz Aduriz’s second half goal sent Athletic Club through to the quarter-finals of the Europa League at the expense of Valencia, whose manager Gary Neville was sent to the stands as a result.  It wasn’t to prove enough, though, as Aduriz’s 31st goal of the season carried Ernesto Valverde’s men into the next round. It leaves Neville in a kind of wilderness, out of the Copa del Rey, out of Europe and languishing in the bottom half of La Liga, unlikely to be pulled into the relegation zone, but not troubling the European spots.  The English coach was furious at the manner of Aduriz’s strike, adamant Markel Susaeta had handled in the build up. The referee didn’t agree, though, and play went on, with Oscar De Marcos’ cross sensationally, if not necessary intentionally, flicked into the path or Euro 2016 contender Aduriz. Neville was then removed from his dugout for his protests.   And while Valencia will lament and complain about the Basque side’s eventual equaliser, they also have to ask themselves why they didn’t finish the game off. Valencia, roared on by their home fans and to the backdrop of the Fallas festival in the city, had taken a two goal lead, steering themselves clear in the tie. Santi Mina had opened the scoring with a poacher’s finish and Aderlan Santos added the second with a spectacular header.  That goal took a bit of the sting out of Neville’s men, but they rose again. Andre Gomes had already come close when Santos rose highest to head home a fantastic Gaya centre just after the half hour mark.  Sam Marsden 17/03/2016 Upd. at 22:08 He’s likely to remain in charge until the end of the season, which is when his six month deal expires, but it’s not as likely he’ll be the manager of the football club by the end of the summer – even if he has began laying foundations, such as the pre-season schedule, for next season.  Negredo headed over before the break and after it another Gaya cross was deflected towards goal by the same player, but Herrerin remained big. The Athletic goalkeeper was rooted to his spot moment later, but Gaya’s shot sailed over the bar after good work from Rodrigo Moreno.  Jose Luis Gaya, who had an outstanding opening 45 minutes at left-back, was the creator of both Valencia goals. His 14th minute cross was stabbed towards goal by Negredo and Mina was alive to jump on the rebound after Iago Herrerin had saved the initial effort.  It always felt like this would be a special night. The atmosphere was electric in Mestalla and Alvaro Negredo came close with an early free-kick. Aduriz then shot straight at Mat Ryan after cutting in from the right wing, but the first half largely consisted of one way traffic.  Then came Aduriz’s controversial goal. Valencia huffed and puffed in search of another of their own, but it never came. Herrerin got in the way of Paco Alcacer’s header and Sofiane Feghouli fluffed the second chance. In stoppage time, Dani Parejo was handed a free-kick just out side the area, but his effort flew a whiske wide, Valencia’s Europa League hopes and Neville’s long-term job prospects flying with it.last_img read more