Marcus Watson is ready for the Commonwealth Games

first_imgWatch Marcus and England 7s training in the gym! Click here to see the sevens schedule at the Commonwealth Games. Rugby World: How’s England’s Commonwealth Games prep been going so far?  Marcus Watson: It’s been good! We’ve done a few long days in training, to try and do the same hours as we’ll be doing at the tournament. So that means we’ve had a few 9pm training sessions, because our last pool game against Australia is scheduled for 9.48pm.We’re pretty used to playing in the early evenings when we go to the Sevens World Series events, but it’s not usually past 7pm or 8pm, so this is something new for us. Before each tournament we have a mini pre-sesaon, and when you’re playing games at different times during the day, you have to try and switch on and off as much as possible.Smiles better: Watson has recovered from a toe injury sustained at the London SevensRW: What else has been going on? MW: We went to Portugal for a week’s training. We were doing two sessions a day, one fitness and one contact. People who don’t watch sevens often assume we don’t have as much contact as 15s. A lot of our fitness sessions are done on the pitch, to test our skills under pressure. It’s game-specific fitness, designed to mirror what happens in a game as much as possible. Of course we have our gym sessions too, and sessions without rugby. RW: How did you get on at Sevens and the City?MW: It was good for me personally, because I tore a ligament in my toe in the final game of the London Sevens at Twickenham, so it was good to get a bit of game time now I’m back fit. Plus England got to have a final run out, and we beat Scotland 12-10 in the final.The synthetic pitch at Allianz Park felt a little different. It’s a fast track and is very bouncy, but I did come away with a few burns. Some boys have talked about sore joints after playing on it, but none of us had anything like that the next day.  RW: Have you been to a Commonwealth Games before? MW: No, this is my first! There’s been a great buzz in the run up to the tournament. Seeing the adverts on TV has been pretty cool, knowing I’ll be playing there. I’m looking forward to the opening ceremony too, and seeing the other athletes around.I have a friend who does triple jump but unfortunately he’s just missed out on the games. I’m looking forward to watching the athletics though, especially the 100m and 200m.Big bro little bro: Anthony (left) and Marcus also have a younger brother, CallumRW: Enough of the Commonwealth Games… can you tell us any stories about Anthony?! MW: I’ve got loads! A good one is that fact that he used to cry every time we played Fifa together on the playstation. He would always want to win, but we’re both competitive so I wouldn’t ever let him win just because he’s my younger brother!Where Anthony’s got to now, I’d like to be there too, so I’m very happy to see him where he is (in the England squad). It would be nice to play with him at some point too! We’ve only played together once or twice, in an A league game at London Irish, once where he played on the wing and I played full-back, and once he came on for me.We’ve got another brother as well, Callum, who’s in his last year at school at St George’s. He plays 15s and sevens, but there’s no pressure from me or Anthony or any of the family to go professional. He’s pretty sharp, he’s got good footwork and he’s probably the most aggressive one of the three of us!center_img England Sevens have settled into Glasgow and are cranking up their preparation for the Commonwealth Games. We caught up with Marcus Watson… Glasgow bound: Tom Mitchell (centre) will lead England at the Commonwealth Games last_img read more

The Practice Stewardship 17 Ng (Issue 17: New Directions for Philanthropic Fun Draising-Pf) (J-B Pf Single Issue Philanthropic

first_imgThe Practice Stewardship 17 Ng (Issue 17: New Directions for Philanthropic Fun Draising-Pf) (J-B Pf Single Issue Philanthropic  12 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 26 October 2007 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.last_img read more

UK GlobalGiving office celebrates 10th anniversary & raising of almost £10m

first_img Tagged with: Global Giving UK Melanie May | 21 March 2019 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6 The GlobalGiving office in the UK has raised nearly £10m since opening in 2008.The office celebrated its 10th anniversary on 13 March, with over 82,000 UK-based donors having given more than £9.6m in the past decade, including over £300,000 claimed in Gift Aid.Globally, in 2018, GlobalGiving crossed $370M cumulative donations from more than 870,000 donors to 22,000+ projects in more than 170 countries around the world.To mark its 10-year anniversary, on 13 March GlobalGiving UK held an event, “Philanthropy Must Change: Putting People at the Centre of Giving” in London. Partner charities, donors, corporate partners, and the third sector all joined in the occasion, which saw a panel address the need for funders to be more accountable to community needs, and whether they should take more risks to better respond to these needs. Rachel Smith, co-founder and GlobalGiving UK Executive Director, said:“Ten years ago, when we set up GlobalGiving UK, crowdfunding wasn’t even a term anyone was using in relation to fundraising. The landscape for digital fundraising has changed enormously over that time.“What hasn’t changed is our focus on decentralising philanthropy and aid to ensure the needs and priorities of the community are front and centre. I’m excited by GlobalGiving’s continued desire to innovate our model, to seek evidence on how and why the community-led approach is powerful, and to share our learning so we can transform how philanthropists, funders and social changemakers work to put people first.” Advertisement UK GlobalGiving office celebrates 10th anniversary & raising of almost £10m  447 total views,  3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6  446 total views,  2 views today About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com.last_img read more

Limerick as a fair-trade City turns 15

first_img Previous articlePublic Consultation begins on N/M20 Cork to Limerick SchemeNext article#ThrowbackThursday: This week’s look back at our Out & About photos Meghann Scully King John’s CastleTHE Mayor of the City and County of Limerick has marked the 15th anniversary of Limerick as a Fairtrade City.Mayor Michael Collins took part in an online meeting this afternoon with the Limerick Fairtrade Committee to celebrate their birthday and to acknowledge the tireless work that has been going on for 15 years.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A special birthday cake to mark the 15th birthday was baked by Helen O’Donnell of the Hunt Museum Café and a long-time supporter of the Fairtrade committee and its work in Limerick.Mayor of the City and County of Limerick Cllr Michael Collins said: “I’m proud of Limerick’s status as a Fairtrade City. Choosing Fairtrade means that you care how the product was produced, who produced it and what benefit they get.“I would like to thank the Limerick Fairtrade committee for their sterling work over the last 15 years as well as all the Limerick businesses and citizens alike for continuing to stock and purchase Fairtrade items, particularly Helen O Donnell from Limerick City Tidy Towns who baked a special birthday cake to mark the occasion.”Dolores O’Meara, Chair of the Limerick City Fairtrade Committee said: “Unfortunately we have become familiar with the havoc brought about by climate change and Covid-19. Farmers in the developing world have to face these challenges also. They have to deal with flooding, landslides, drought and illness. Many of them loose the crops that they need to sell in order to survive.”“Farmers working through the Fairtrade initiative have a better chance of coping with this – they get a better price, a fair price, for their produce and some of their money goes into educating and training them to cope with environmental and climatic change.“We must continue to support them by looking for the bananas, tea, coffee, cocoa, chocolate with the Fairtrade logo and putting them in our shopping baskets.”Traditionally the birthday celebrations coincide with the announcement of the winners of the annual Limerick Fairtrade Schools Christmas Card competition, where pupils in primary and secondary schools create cards based upon the Fairtrade theme.However due to the pandemic, the competition has been postponed but will return in 2021.Limerick City was awarded status as a Fairtrade City in 2005 thanks to the concerted efforts of local people to ensure that Fairtrade produce was made widely available. It showed and continues to show Limerick City’s commitment to supporting a fairer trading system with developing countries.The Fairtrade programme ensures that producers in developing countries receive a fair price for their products. A minimum price for negotiations between producer and purchaser is set in order to ensure the producers are guaranteed a sustainable business. However, if the market price is higher than this minimum price set, then the purchaser must pay the market price.Latest available figures show that sales of Fairtrade products in Ireland grew from €342 million in 2017 to €382 million in 2018, an increase of 11% with bananas and coffee being the two biggest products purchased.Further information on how the Fairtrade programme operates is available at fairtrade.ie. Print TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Email Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live LimerickNewsLimerick as a fair-trade City turns 15By Meghann Scully – November 19, 2020 108 center_img Linkedin Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Advertisement WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Facebook WhatsApp Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limericklast_img read more

Varex Announces Financial Results for First Quarter Fiscal Year 2021

first_img 464.4 Total stockholders’ equity VAREX IMAGING CORPORATIONCONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS(Unaudited) January 1, 2021 Gross margin % $ Current liabilities: (In millions, except for per share amounts) VAREX IMAGING CORPORATIONCONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS(Unaudited) 3.6 Basic % January 3, 2020 — (4.7 ) — 39.4 Accounts payable 5.2 Adjusted EBITDA $ WhatsApp 177.1 200.1 Gross profit: (6.3 44.1 ) Amortization of intangible assets Non-GAAP gross margin % 17.3 Stock based compensation 10.8 Amortization Operating Expenses: (1.2 70.5 January 1, 2021 ) 4.6 38.5 January 1, 2021 51.1 Restructuring charges January 3, 2020 2.5 2.3 Interest expense 26.3 2.3 ) $ Goodwill (0.16 200.1 $ 100.6 Total earnings before tax adjustments $ Net loss attributable to Varex Facebook 1,137.1 9.7 Less: Net earnings attributable to noncontrolling interests 152.5 67.5 Total operating earnings adjustments $ 1.6 Other non-operational costs Assets Total current assets 57.2 2.6 57.2 9.8 Separation and related costs OPERATING EXPENSE RECONCILIATION 0.6 22.2 Revenues $ 4.6 14.2 Property, plant and equipment, net 8.3 14.1 Total current liabilities Purchase price accounting adjustments 33.9 — (0.03 1.4 2.0 January 3, 2020 64.5 434.4 $ (0.03 Deferred tax liabilities 6.1 21.7 11.6 Shares issued and outstanding: 39,184,538 and39,059,094 at January 1, 2021 and October 2, 2020,respectively. Diluted 39.1 % Basic January 1, 2021 (6.4 Other non-operational costs (includes othernon-operational impacts to cost of revenues) Common stock, $.01 par value: 150,000,000 sharesauthorized, Current assets: 51.1 Accrued expenses and other current liabilities Operating expense $ Deferred tax assets Accounts receivable, net 121.0 1.7 (In millions, except share amounts) 44.5 32.2 Loss before taxes 269.8 1.9 LOSS BEFORE TAXES RECONCILIATION 61.1 3.4 67.4 144.8 $ 39.1 8.6 13.1 $ 0.9 293.1 Investments in privately-held companies $ Amortization of intangible assets (includes amortizationimpacts to cost of revenues) — % 3.3 0.3 (10.3 $ 33.0 0.5 1.9 Total assets $ 43.8 (1.2 Operating earnings margin Separation and related costs 452.8 155.6 % 68.1 Local NewsBusiness 72.9 $ (6.4 23.8 Non-GAAP net earnings Non-GAAP earnings before taxes Other expense, net 0.5 Interest and other expense, net Additional paid-in capital 4.6 (0.5 2.5 6.1 27.7 0.1 $ 16.1 ) 672.7 0.3 2.1 2.5 ) Purchase price accounting adjustments 66.1 61.1 — GROSS PROFIT RECONCILIATION (5.4 Shareholders’ equity: Total Varex stockholders’ equity Medical Varex Announces Financial Results for First Quarter Fiscal Year 2021 — OPERATING EARNINGS RECONCILIATION (6.4 0.4 0.4 26.3 Total liabilities and shareholder’s equity Restructuring charges TAGS  $ $ $ Weighted average common shares outstanding 457.5 By Digital AIM Web Support – February 4, 2021 450.2 Three Months Ended ) Twitter 0.8 1,137.1 $ SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 4, 2021– Varex Imaging Corporation (Nasdaq: VREX) today announced its unaudited financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2021. 1QFY21 SummaryRevenues $177 millionGAAP gross margin 32% | Non-GAAP gross margin* 34%GAAP operating expense $51 million | Non-GAAP operating expense* $46 millionGAAP operating margin 3% | Non-GAAP operating margin* 8%GAAP net earnings $(0.16) per diluted share | Non-GAAP net earnings* $0.08 per diluted share “Our financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2021 were stronger than our expectations,” said Sunny Sanyal, Chief Executive Officer of Varex. “Revenues increased 4% sequentially over the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2020, indicating the start of recovery in our business. Non-GAAP gross margin improved significantly to 34% and was sequentially higher by 580 basis points due primarily to the benefits from cost reductions, as well as a favorable shift in product mix in the medical segment. Non-GAAP operating expenses declined by about $3 million sequentially, reflecting our continued focus on profitability.” Sanyal added. Balance Sheet & Cash Flow Cash flow from operations was $7 million for the first quarter of fiscal year 2021. Cash and cash equivalents improved to $106 million at the end of the first quarter. Outlook The following guidance is provided for the second quarter of fiscal year 2021:Revenues are expected to be between $180 million and $200 millionNon-GAAP earnings per diluted share is expected to be between $0.05 and $0.25 Guidance for the company’s net earnings per diluted share is provided on a non-GAAP basis only. This non-GAAP financial measure is forward-looking, and the company is unable to provide a meaningful or accurate GAAP forecast of net earnings per diluted share without unreasonable effort due to the uncertainty of amounts and timing of unusual items, such as restructuring costs. Non-GAAP Financial Measures *Please refer to “Reconciliation between GAAP and non-GAAP Financial Measures” below for a reconciliation of non-GAAP items to the comparable GAAP measures. Conference Call Information Varex will conduct its earnings conference call for the fourth quarter and fiscal year 2020 today at 3:00 p.m. Mountain Time. The conference call, including a supplemental slide presentation, will be webcast live and can be accessed at Varex’s website at investors.vareximaging.com. Access will also be available by dialing 877-524-8416 from anywhere in the U.S. or by dialing 412-902-1028 from non-U.S. locations. The webcast and supplemental slide presentation will be archived on Varex’s website. A replay of the call will be available from today through February 18th at 877-660-6853 from anywhere in the U.S. or 201-612-7415 from non-U.S. locations. The replay access code is 13715201. About Varex Varex Imaging Corporation is a leading innovator, designer and manufacturer of X-ray imaging components, which include X-ray tubes, digital detectors and other image processing solutions that are key components of X-ray imaging systems. With a 70+ year history of successful innovation, Varex’s products are used in medical imaging as well as in industrial and security imaging applications. Global OEM manufacturers incorporate Varex’s X-ray sources, digital detectors, connecting devices and imaging software in their systems to detect, diagnose, protect and inspect. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, Varex employs approximately 2,000 people located in North America, Europe, and Asia. For more information visit vareximaging.com. Forward Looking Statements This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Statements concerning unaudited financial results; the impact of COVID-19 on Varex’s business; benefits of current and future restructurings and other cost reduction actions; industry or market outlook; customer demand; potential impact of tariffs, revenues, product volumes, or other expected future financial results or performance; and any statements using the terms “believe,” “expect,” “intend,” “outlook,” “future,” “anticipate,” “will,” “could,” “estimate,” “guidance,” or similar statements are forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties that could cause Varex’s actual results to differ materially from those anticipated. While forward-looking statements are based on assumptions and analyses made by us that we believe to be reasonable under the circumstances, whether actual results and developments will meet our expectations and predictions depend on a number of risks and uncertainties which could cause our actual results, performance, and financial condition to differ materially from our expectations. Such risks and uncertainties include the severity and duration of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on both the global economy and the Varex’s business; our ability to maintain compliance with our financial covenants; shifts in product mix; not receiving the intended benefit of current or future restructurings or cost reduction actions; the continued impact of tariffs or a global trade war on Varex’s products and customer purchasing patterns; global economic conditions; demand for and delays in delivery of products of Varex or its customers; litigation costs; Varex’s ability to develop, commercialize and deploy new products; the impact of reduced or limited demand by purchasers of certain X-ray products; the impact of competitive products and pricing; the ability to remediate material weaknesses in internal control; and the other risks listed from time to time in our filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, which by this reference are incorporated herein. Any forward-looking statements made by us in this news release speaks only as of the date on which it is made. Factors or events that could cause our actual results to differ may emerge from time to time, and it is not possible for us to predict all of them. Varex assumes no obligation to update or revise the forward-looking statements in this release because of new information, future events, or otherwise. Varex has not filed its Form 10-Q for the first quarter of fiscal year 2021. All financial results described here should be considered preliminary, and are subject to change to reflect any necessary adjustments or changes in accounting estimates, that are identified prior to the time Varex files the Form 10-Q. 1,139.5 0.3 $ $ $ 39.1 Acquisition and integration related costs 38.8 Amortization of intangible assets $ Total liabilities Other assets 22.2 177.1 (0.16center_img Interest expense Deferred revenues $ — VAREX IMAGING CORPORATIONRECONCILIATION BETWEEN GAAP AND NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES(Unaudited) Non-GAAP operating earnings $ Other long-term liabilities $ — 0.1 $ Other non-operational costs Depreciation 2.5 ) 145.2 Inventories Non-GAAP gross profit $ $ Preferred stock, $.01 par value: 20,000,000 sharesauthorized, none issued Gross profit 6.1 271.9 1.0 $ 56.5 30.5 160.6 Acquisition and integration related costs Net loss attributable to Varex % Prepaid expenses and other current assets 0.9 $ October 2, 2020 Operating lease assets % Three Months Ended (1.3 Selling, general and administrative ) Acquisition related (benefit) costs 522.6 56.5 7.9 ) 10.8 Research and development ) Liabilities and shareholder’s equity Intangibles assets, net 0.8 Non-GAAP operating expense Discussion of Non-GAAP Financial Measures This press release includes non-GAAP financial measures derived from our Condensed Consolidated Statements of Earnings. These measures are not presented in accordance with, nor are they a substitute for U.S. generally accepted accounting principles, or GAAP. These measures include: non-GAAP gross profit; non-GAAP gross margin; non-GAAP operating expense; non-GAAP operating earnings; non-GAAP operating earnings margin; non-GAAP earnings before taxes; non-GAAP net earnings; non-GAAP net earnings per diluted share, non-GAAP dilutive shares; and non-GAAP EBITDA. We are providing a reconciliation above of each non-GAAP financial measure used in this earnings release to the most directly comparable GAAP financial measure. We are unable to provide without unreasonable effort a reconciliation of non-GAAP guidance measures to the corresponding GAAP measures on a forward-looking basis due to the potential significant variability and limited visibility of the excluded items discussed. We utilize a number of different financial measures, both GAAP and non-GAAP, in analyzing and assessing the overall performance of our business, in making operating decisions, and forecasting and planning for future periods. We consider the use of the non-GAAP measures to be helpful in assessing the performance of the ongoing operation of our business by excluding unusual and one-time costs. We believe that disclosing non-GAAP financial measures provides useful supplemental data that allows for greater transparency in the review of our financial and operational performance. We also believe that disclosing non-GAAP financial measures provides useful information to investors and others in understanding and evaluating our operating results and future prospects in the same manner as management and in comparing financial results across accounting periods and to those of peer companies. Non-GAAP measures include the following items: Amortization of intangible assets: We do not acquire businesses and assets on a predictable cycle. The amount of purchase price allocated to intangible assets and the term of amortization can vary significantly and are unique to each acquisition or purchase. We believe that excluding amortization of intangible assets allows the users of our financial statements to better review and understand the historic and current results of our operations, and also facilitates comparisons to peer companies. Purchase price accounting charges to cost of revenues: We may incur charges to cost of revenues as a result of acquisitions. We believe that excluding these charges allows the users of our financial statements to better understand the historic and current cost of our products, our gross margin, and also facilitates comparisons to peer companies. Separation and related costs: We separated from Varian Medical Systems on January 28, 2017 and incurred non-operational expenses associated with the separation. We believe that excluding separation costs allows the users of our financial statements to better understand the historic and current results of our operations, and also facilitates comparisons to peer companies. Restructuring charges: We incur restructuring charges that result from events, which arise from unforeseen circumstances and/or often occur outside of the ordinary course of our on-going business. Although these events are reflected in our GAAP financials, these unique transactions may limit the comparability of our on-going operations with prior and future periods. Acquisition and integration related costs: We incur expenses or benefits with respect to certain items associated with our acquisitions, such as transaction costs, changes in fair value of acquisition related hedges, changes in the fair value of contingent consideration liabilities, gain or expense on settlement of pre-existing relationships, etc. We exclude such expenses or benefits as they are related to acquisitions and have no direct correlation to the operation of our on-going business. We also incur expenses or benefits with respect to certain items associated with our acquisitions, such as integration costs relating to acquisitions for any costs incurred prior to closing and up to 12 months after the closing date of the acquisition. Impairment charges: We may incur impairment charges that result from events, which arise from unforeseen circumstances and/or often occur outside of the ordinary course of our on-going business and such charges may limit the comparability of our on-going operations with prior and future periods. Other non-operational costs: Certain items may be non-recurring, unusual, infrequent and directly related to an event that is distinct and non-reflective of the Company’s ongoing business operations. These may include such items as non-ordinary course litigation, legal settlements, inventory write-downs for discontinued products, cost of facilities no longer in use, extinguishment of debt and hedge costs, environmental settlements, governmental settlements including tax settlements, and other items of similar nature. Convertible notes non-cash interest expense: We issued convertible notes in June 2020 at a discount related to the conversion feature of the notes and capitalized certain costs related to the issuance of these notes. The discount and capitalized issuance costs are amortized into interest expense over the term of the convertible notes. The amortization recognized for the convertible notes will be greater than the cash interest payments for the notes. We believe that excluding the convertible notes non-cash interest expense allows the users of our financial statements to better understand the historic and current results of our operations. This also facilitates comparisons to peer companies. Non-operational tax adjustments: Certain tax items may be non-recurring, unusual, infrequent and directly related to an event that is distinct and non-reflective of the Company’s normal business operations, including the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in December 2017. These may include such items as the retroactive impact of significant changes in tax laws, including changes to statutory tax rates and one-time tax charges. Tax effects of operating earnings adjustments: We apply our GAAP consolidated effective tax rate to our non-GAAP financial measures as our historical annual consolidated effective tax rate has remained fairly consistent and is expected to remain consistent for the foreseeable future. This application of our effective tax rate excludes any discrete items, as defined in the guidance for accounting for income taxes in interim periods, such as those related to tax reform or any other non-operational tax adjustments. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210204005317/en/ CONTACT: Howard Goldman Director of Investor & Public Relations Varex Imaging Corporation 801.978.5274 |[email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA UTAH INDUSTRY KEYWORD: RADIOLOGY HARDWARE HEALTH MEDICAL DEVICES ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURING OTHER TECHNOLOGY SOURCE: Varex Imaging Corporation Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/04/2021 04:05 PM/DISC: 02/04/2021 04:06 PM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210204005317/en Restructuring charges $ 2.5 139.2 2.5 % 0.9 — 7.9 — 4.2 — $ 11.6 Income tax expense Revenues: Operating earnings: 2.5 Restructuring charges (includes restructuring impact tocost of revenues) 0.9 0.8 Operating earnings Operating expenses 0.6 — — 295.3 Facebook Long-term debt % Operating lease liabilities ) 45.5 $ (In millions, except per share amounts) $ 15.4 123.8 Medical Net loss attributable to Varex 2.0 Industrial Non-GAAP operating earnings margin $ ) $ 5.1 $ 451.7 — Estimated annual effective tax rate Retained earnings $ 0.1 59.5 (4.7 ) Current maturities of long-term debt 4.2 $ % Twitter 2.2 Convertible notes non-cash interest expense 25.7 0.3 34.9 0.21 34.4 % ) 3.2 $ Income tax expense $ 49.7 Dilutive shares Pinterest $ (0.03 ) 14.0 522.0 7.7 (0.16 (1.3 Three Months Ended ) ) $ $ (1.3 $ ) 673.7 19.0 Current operating lease liabilities Effective tax rate for non-GAAP adjustments Total earnings before taxes adjustments Total operating earnings adjustments $ Net loss 2.5 (In millions, except per share amounts) 0.08 Industrial Diluted net loss per share $ 8.1 (1.2 Cash and cash equivalents 105.5 ) Loss before taxes 32.3 Pinterest Non-GAAP diluted net earnings per share WhatsApp 6.1 ) $ 0.2 VAREX IMAGING CORPORATIONRECONCILIATION BETWEEN GAAP AND NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES(Unaudited) 50.7 Non-GAAP dilutive shares Net loss per common share attributable to Varex 39.1 ADJUSTED EBITDA RECONCILIATION 0.1 $ $ Separation and related costs 7.9 38.5 Acquisition and integration related costs 2.0 10.3 ) NET LOSS AND DILUTED NET LOSS PER SHARE RECONCILIATION 1.6 ) 33.6 Total revenues (10.8 $ ) 16.7 Total gross profit $ (0.1 ) 0.3 0.5 5.2 34.8 (5.8 (2.2 Noncontrolling interests 1,139.5 (0.4 38.5 ) Other non-operational costs 51.3 Diluted 4.6 Purchase price accounting adjustments (includes purchase price accounting impacts to cost of revenues) 23.1 0.3 9.8 10.4 Accumulated other comprehensive (loss) income 37.9 465.8 439.2 5.4 Previous articleUniversal Electronics to Host Fourth Quarter 2020 Financial Results Conference Call on February 18Next articleTeradata Reports Fourth-Quarter and Full-Year 2020 Financial Results Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

Separatists grow majority in Catalonia despite Socialist win

first_img WhatsApp TAGS  WhatsApp Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 14, 2021 Facebook Twitter Separatists grow majority in Catalonia despite Socialist win Pinterest Local NewsUS NewsWorld News Pinterest Facebook Previous articleDrake rallies to beat No. 22 Loyola Chicago in OT, 51-50Next articleLukaku scores 300th goal as Inter beats Lazio 3-1 to go top Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

Appeal for information after 3D MUGA pitch vandalised in Glebe area

first_img DL Debate – 24/05/21 AudioHomepage BannerNews Twitter Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Twitter WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Previous articleFears €10m funding for Killybegs Harbour has been reprioritisedNext articleMain Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Thursday October 4th News Highland Pinterest Pinterest Google+center_img By News Highland – October 4, 2018 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp Facebook Appeal for information after 3D MUGA pitch vandalised in Glebe area Google+ FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th A West Tyrone MLA has hit out at those responsible for what he terms is a reckless act of vandalism.On Monday night last, a waste bin was set alight and placed against the fence of a 3D MUGA pitch in the Glebe area , just outside Strabane, resulting in significant damage being caused to the facility.Daniel McCrossan is appealing to anyone who may have any information relating to the incident to come forward:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/mccrossan5pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population growslast_img read more

Harding has 25 points, Weber St. tops Sacramento St. 75-65

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah (AP) — Jerrick Harding had 25 points and Brekkott Chapman added 15 to go with seven rebounds and four assists as Weber State got back on the winning track, beating Sacramento State 75-65 on Saturday night. Tags: Big Sky/Jerrick Harding/Weber State Wildcats Basketball The Wildcats finished the first half on a 20-9 run to go up 42-31 at the break. They pushed that to 63-42 at the 11:14 mark of the second half. James Bridges nailed a 3 to start Sacramento State on its own run as the Hornets closed to 66-61 following Ethan Esposito’s layup with 3:39 remaining. Harding responded by scoring nine points, including a trey, in the final 2:32 as the defense held the Hornets to just four points in the final minutes to secure the win. Weber State (14-8, 8-3) had won four straight Big Sky Conference games before dropping two in a row to Montana and Portland State. Associated Presscenter_img February 2, 2019 /Sports News – Local Harding has 25 points, Weber St. tops Sacramento St. 75-65 Marcus Graves had 14 points for Sacramento State (9-10, 3-7). Written bylast_img read more

Book Review: The House at Midnight, by Lucie Whitehouse

first_imgLucie Whitehouse’s debut novel, The House at Midnight, is certainly written with the commercial market in mind, but beneath the lengthy descriptions and clichés which threaten to saturate the pages, a gripping storyline emerges which dramatises the complications of leaving youth and accepting adulthood. The novel revolves around a tight-knit group of Oxford graduates, one of whom, Lucas, has inherited ‘a Cotswold stone-pilestone’ from his uncle who recently committed suicide. The group gathers at the house for New Year’s Eve where the narrator, Jo, immediately senses something sinister and oppressive about the atmosphere of the grand house. Predictably, the house, and the economic inequality it introduces, unbalances the social dynamic, and there follows a series of relationships, affairs and heart-breaks which lead to the dissolution of the group. The opening line of the novel, ‘Even now, I can remember the first time I saw the house as clearly as if there were a video of it playing in my head’ should prepare the reader for the lack of subtlety that afflicts the book. The apolitical characters lack depth and are accordingly hard to warm to. Characterisations: ‘We hated sports, especially the team varieties, and loved indie music, which we listened to all the time’ and ‘Lucas, wearing a black corduroy jacket that gave him an air of the Left Bank’ do nothing to elevate the characters above social stereotypes. The indulgence of abundant glaring classical allusion, insertions of Ancient Greek proverbs such as ‘μεγαν αγαν – nothing in excess’ and superfluously detailed page-long descriptions of classical paintings, suggest that Whitehouse has not wholly left her Oxford days behind. With the book centered around an impressive house and a small group of friends from an elite university, it seeks association with The Great Gatsby or Bridsehead Revisited, but transparent references such as ‘the wind might have been blowing across Oxfordshire but Long Island Sound and Jay Gatsby might have stepped away just a moment before’ refuse the refinement of such established classics.  Although hardly an intellectual tour de force, the dramas which the group endures make for an exciting page-turner as Whitehouse imbues familiar Oxbridge aspirations with a Gothic doom. Jo’s disillusionment at the frustration of her unfulfilled ambitions lends the novel a personal poignancy, realising some of the fears that haunt the average undergraduate. The gang’s lust, obsession, ambition and sheer desperation suck the reader into the mysterious melodrama. It’s probably worth a read as an escapist distraction from the less grandiose realities of the average coffee and ink stained Oxford experience.  by Francesca Angelini The House at Midnight was published in January by Bloomsbury, £12.99 (hardback)last_img read more

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first_imgBig Pie NightBristol-based pie-maker Pieminister is to launch ’Big Pie Night’ a pie menu solution that it said can help pubs and bars achieve a gross profit of over 60%. The launch will coincide with British Pie Week (1-7 March 2010), and the firm will be giving away free pies, gravy, mash and peas to participating pubs. It will also provide point-of-sale and online promotional material.CBeebies licenceCake and dessert supplier Elisabeth the Chef has won a licensing deal to create celebration cakes for the CBeebies pre-school television show Big and Small. The firm will launch the cakes from late 2010. Part of French-company Groupe Senoble, Elisabeth the Chef produces a number of other licensed celebration cakes, from Noddy to Premier League football clubs.Burton’s palm pledgeBurton’s Foods claims it is thefirst UK sweet biscuit manufacturer to acquire Green Palm certificates for100% of its palm oil and palm kernel oil usage. The company plans to move to segregated sustainable material by 2013.Finsbury financeFinsbury Food has appointed Stephen Boyd as its new group finance director, with immediate effect. Boyd has previously held key positions at WT Foods, Noon Products and Golden Wonder. He replaces Lisa Morgan.Malt messageTwo-thirds of consumers view malt as a healthy ingredient, according to research commissioned by Muntons. The survey, carried out by Cognet Research, involved 100 interviews with consumers, of which nearly two-thirds (64%) said they felt malt increased the nutritional value of food.last_img read more