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Good start vital for Tipp minors against Galway

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first_imgThe game at O’Connor Park in Tullamore throws-in at 4 o’clock on Bank Holiday Monday. Former Tipperary senior football manager Tom McGlinchey says the first half will be crucial for Tipperary.The Newport native says Galway got their goals in the Connaught final replay against Sligo early on in the game while Tipp missed early chances against Kerry in the Munster final.He believes a good start is essential for Tipperary if they’re to stay in contention.last_img

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Parnell Walker Spar At Soldotna Gubernatorial Debate

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first_imgFour gubernatorial candidates took questions at a Chamber of Commerce forum Wednesday in Soldotna. It quickly turned into a debate between the two bigger names on the ballot, Gov. Sean Parnell and Bill Walker.Download Audio:Wednesday’s forum at the Soldotna Sports Center was mostly an opportunity to lay out broad visions for the state. Especially from the race’s lesser known candidates, like J.R. Meyers, running with the Alaska Constitution party.Meyers: “We’re hoping to gain more than 3% of the vote in this election, which will then give us political party status going into the future. We think the political marketplace in Alaska could benefit from freer exchange of diverse ideas.”Libertarian party candidate Carolyn Clift was the other quote unquote fringe candidate.Clift: “At this time when we are facing fiscal crises for the next few years, you need someone who is libertarian. That’s going to go in there and minimize government, look for the efficiencies and we are going to go in there and lean this government down.”Most of the answers came in the form of similar platitudes, based on each candidate’s agenda. For Walker and Parnell, Wednesday’s agenda was mostly filled with responses to each other’s thinly veiled attacks.Parnell: “I’m not sure it’s being under attack when I point out that Bill Walker plan for cutting the budget is about cutting 16% in one year and then asking him for the plan on how that gets allocated. I call it a fiscal plan; spending less and taxing less, which is the direction we’ve headed and we’ll continue to head.”Walker said his plan to reduce the state’s budget would be put in place over the course of years, if at all. He hopes to improve revenues so those cuts won’t be necessary in the first place.Walker: “Governor Parnell’s administration created the largest deficits we’ve ever had. Every year is deficit spending for the next ten years. That’s his plan. If that’s a plan that works for you at 7 million dollars a day, this is your guy right here.”Budgets and natural gas lines got the lion’s share of attention from the two leading candidates. But less thoroughly examined was the state’s record on domestic abuse and charges of misconduct and abuse within the upper ranks of the Alaska National Guard. After the forum, Parnell said he trusted the National Guard Bureau in its findings that misconduct reporting since 2012 has greatly improved, and he sees more changes in Guard leadership in the future.Parnell: “Certainly those (sexual assault issues) still exist, but we have to restore trust and confidence so people are willing to report. We’re interviewing people for the new adjutant general position, and that person will use their leadership role to bring about full scale change in the guard in conjunction with the National Guard Bureau.”Parnell has been criticized for delaying action after reports of sexual assault were made known to his office and allowing top Guard officers to be re-hired in the wake of misconduct investigations.last_img read more

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Emergency Food Market Expected to Reach 6142 Million by 2025

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first_imgAccording to a new report published by Allied Market Research titled, “Emergency Food Market by Product Type and region: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018-2025,”the global emergency food market size was valued at $5,169 million in 2017, and is projected to reach $6,142 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 2.1% from 2018 to 2025. In 2017, the North America sector accounted for nearly 45.0 % of the emergency food market share.The global emergency food market is segmented into product type and region. Based on product type, the market is divided into ready to eat meals, protein or fruit bar, dry cereal or granola, peanut butter, dried fruit, canned juice, non-perishable pasteurized milk and infant food.Download sample report of Emergency Food Market @ https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/request-sample/5235Over the past four decades, the consumption rate of food products that requires minimal time for preparation has been on the rise especially in economically developed countries. Government of economically developing or under developed regions have been taking active steps on providing basic necessities to the part of population thriving in regions enduring various uncertain climatic conditions. This has resulted in demand for various emergency food products from the governments end which could cater to the rising needs and requirements of the people living in such regions. Several macro-economic factors have influenced the market of such emergency food products such increase in workforce participation rate, decline in prices for various convenience food products, and rise in per capita income of consumers, especially in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific which has eventually driven the emergency food industry by values sales.Emergency food products play a crucial role in the defense sector. Army personnel are posted in war zones, where there is low access to food and water. In such situations, army personnel are forced to carry food and beverages on emergency basis. Thus, emergency food products such as dried fruits and ready-to-eat meals cater to their requirements. As a result, army sector is considered as the prime customer of the emergency food market forecast.The emergency food product provides a wide range of product portfolio which caters to the varying needs and requirements of target customers. However, the penetrations of such products are low especially in economically undeveloped countries. In African nations, region experience uncertain climatic conditions due to which there is higher need for emergency food product. However, the distribution channel in these regions are low.Buy Now this Report @ https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/checkout-final/764eddab8b7c5871f0e8cb92da9277a2According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are approximately 10 million nongovernmental organizations (NGO) around the world. Helping, supporting, and providing basic amenities (food and clothing) to the poor and needy is one of their key roles. Some of the major NGOs have strategized on merging with emergency food suppliers to cater to the needs of these people. Availability of preprocessed food is anticipated to reduce cooking time and provide better & quick service to these consumers. Thus, collaboration with NGOs is anticipated to boost the demand for ready meals, thereby supplementing the emergency food market growth.Key Findings of The Emergency Food Market:In 2017, based on product type, the non-perishable pasteurized milk segment accounted for around 20.0 % of the emergency food market share, growing at a CAGR of 1.7% from 2018 to 2025.Over the forecast period, peanut butter segment is expected to gain faster traction, growing at a CAGR of 2.8% between 2018 to 2025.In 2017, North America accounted for 45.0% of the emergency food market share growing at CAGR of 1.8% from 2018 to 2025.In North America, Canada is expected to witness higher growth rate in terms of value sales over the forecast period.Asia Pacific region is expected to witness significant growth in the emergency food market over the forecast period growing at a CAGR of 3.6% from 2018 to 2025.The key players profiled in this report include the key companies profiled in the report include Nestle S.A., Kraft Foods Group Inc., General Mills Inc., Kellogs, Conagra Brands Inc., PepsiCo, The Coca-Cola Company, Del Monte Foods Inc., CHB, and Princes Limited.Source@ https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/emergency-food-market-to-reach-6-14-bn-globally-by-2025-at-2-1-cagr-says-allied-market-research-300832798.htmlContact Us: David Correa5933 NE Win Sivers Drive#205, Portland, OR 97220United StatesToll Free: +1-800-792-5285UK: +44-845-528-1300Hong Kong: +852-301-84916India (Pune): +91-20-66346060Fax: +1(855)550-5975help@alliedmarketresearch.comWeb: www.alliedmarketresearch.comlast_img read more

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This is your Data Sheet newsletter for Tuesday June 18

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first_img by Xiaomi Adam Lashinsky @adamlashinsky Sponsored Content NEWSWORTHYLucha Libra. Fortune‘s Jeff John Roberts examines Facebook’s newly announced cryptocurrency plans and the creation of “Project Libra,” which Roberts explains is “a new type of digital money designed for the billions of people using its apps and social network.” The social networking giant is banking that its Libra digital currency will catch on with Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp users when it debuts in mid-2020.Trust us this time. Facebook’s big cryptocurrency push comes amid a series of high-profile data privacy blunders. Fortune‘s Robert Hackett looks at the privacy implications of Facebook’s new Libra cryptocurrency and its Calibra digital wallet that will let users hold, send, and receive virtual coins.Putting it all together. Now that Facebook finally detailed its cryptocurrency project, you might be wondering how people will be able to use the new Libra digital money, how much will the currency be worth, and its relationship to Bitcoin. Don’t worry, Fortune‘s Jeff John Roberts has assembled a handy guide that explains everything you need to know about Facebook’s latest bet.I love L.A. The Los Angeles Times explores how tech titans like Google, Amazon, and Netflix are reshaping the Los Angeles commercial real estate market. “Those companies are gobbling up vast chunks of Los Angeles-area office space in a race to set up shop for fast-growing entertainment divisions,” writes Roger Vincent of the Times.Remember Bebo? Social networking service Bebo has been acquired by Amazon’s video game-streaming unit Twitch for $25 million, reports TechCrunch. The report notes that AOL bought Bebo for a whopping $850 million in 2008, and then sold the service less than two years later to Criterion Capital for $25 million.FOOD FOR THOUGHTYouTube Kids needs more children: YouTube has been under fire for letting controversial videos spread on its platform, exposing children to sometimes disturbing content. As a potential remedy, the Google-owned video service created YouTube Kids, which “filters videos from the main site specifically for children under thirteen,” according to a report by Bloomberg News. But, as the report notes, “not many kids use YouTube Kids, and those who do don’t stick around.”Children who do watch YouTube Kids tend to shift over to YouTube’s main site before they hit thirteen, according to multiple people at YouTube familiar with the internal data. One person who works on the app said the departures typically happen around age seven. In India, YouTube’s biggest market by volume, usage of the Kids app is negligible, according to this employee. adam_lashinsky@fortune.comcenter_img IN CASE YOU MISSED ITJon Snow’s Deepfake Apology Video Is a Parody. But the Problem Is No Laughing Matter by Alyssa NewcombElon Musk Says He ‘Just Deleted My Twitter Account’—in a Tweet on His Still-Active Twitter Account by Don ReisingerComcast Will Let You Change The Channel With Your Eyes by Chris MorrisBEFORE YOU GOAll work and no play. The massive $138 billion video game industry keeps getting bigger, but the grueling hours game developers spend making blockbuster hits is taking its toll. Time Magazine senior economics correspondent Alana Semuels spoke to The Takeway of WNYC Studios about the unionization efforts of some video game industry developers who deal with brutal working schedules. During “crunch” time, for instance, developers can often find themselves working several 90-to-100 hour weeks without overtime pay to meet deadlines.This edition of Data Sheet was curated by Jonathan Vanian. Find past issues, and sign up for other Fortune newsletters.You May Like Achieving Globalization ShareVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration -:-Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time –:- Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Facebook and its payments partners are certain to be the talk of the Hamptons well after Thursday afternoon, when our event wraps. I can’t yet comment for certain on the color of anyone’s hair. But I do know the CEOs of Bank of America, Schwab, Citi, and Edward Jones will join reps from the likes of Ripple, Coinbase, Chime and other wannabe tech and finance titans.If you’ve waved off the hullabaloo over fintech and blockchain and cryptocurrencies, now is the time to pay attention. Expect Michal Corbat, CEO of Citi, for example, to make the case for why a big bank can be both prudent and aggressive. Harit Talwar, the head of Goldman Sachs’s consumer bank, Marcus, has an interesting yarn to tell about branchless banking and partnering with Apple. Kathryn Haun, an investor with Andreessen Horowitz, will address her journey from prosecutor of financial baddies to backer of financial mavericks.Disruptive times also lend themselves to creative commentary. If you’re remotely interested, for example, in the suit by the Securities and Exchange Commission against messaging company Kik, read this smart and funny annotation of the case by lawyer Katherin Wu.More soon from the beach. HealthFormer GE CEO Jeff Immelt: To Combat Costs, CEOs Should Run Health Care Like a BusinessHealthFor Edie Falco, an ‘Attitude of Gratitude’ After Surviving Breast CancerLeadershipGhosn Back, Tesla Drop, Boeing Report: CEO Daily for April 4, 2019AutosElon Musk’s Plan to Boost Tesla Sales Is Dealt a SetbackMPWJoe Biden, Netflix Pregnancy Lawsuit, Lesley McSpadden: Broadsheet April 4last_img read more

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