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Ideally, you want to invest in companies that are set to benefit from powerful long-term trends.With that in mind, here’s a look at three FTSE 100 dividend-paying companies that I believe are well positioned to profit from dominant structural trends over the next 10 years.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…DiageoThe first dividend stock I’d like to highlight is alcoholic beverage champion Diageo (LSE: DGE), which owns an outstanding portfolio of brands including Johnnie Walker, Tanqueray, and Smirnoff.The reason I like Diageo as a long-term buy-and-hold is that the company has significant exposure to the world’s emerging markets. What this means is that the firm is likely to benefit from both rising populations and rising incomes in the years ahead. Indeed, Diageo says that it expects another 550m new legal drinking age consumers across the emerging markets to enter the market by 2030 while it expects an additional 750m consumers to be able to afford international-style spirits by 2030. That’s a considerable number of extra consumers!Diageo isn’t the cheapest stock in the FTSE 100 (forward-looking P/E ratio of around 23) and its yield isn’t that eye-catching either (2.3%). I wouldn’t let these metrics put you off though – this is a high-quality company with a fantastic dividend growth track record.PrudentialNext up, financial services group Prudential (LSE: PRU). What appeals to me about PRU is that, after its recent demerger with M&G, the company is largely focused on the savings and insurance needs of those in Asia.Why is this such a big deal? Simply because incomes across Asia are growing at a rapid rate. Indeed, by 2030, Asia will represent 66% of the global middle-class population, according to projections from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), up from around 54% today. This rise in wealth across Asia is likely to create a strong demand for financial services products such as savings accounts and life insurance.Source: Prudential Prudential shares have been a little out of favour recently due to the trade war situation and the protests in Hong Kong. I think this has created an attractive buying opportunity for long-term investors. Currently, the stock’s forward-looking P/E ratio is just 10, and the prospective yield is about 2.8%.DS SmithFinally, check out sustainable packaging specialist DS Smith (LSE: SMDS). It specialises in manufacturing cardboard boxes (the type Amazon deliveries come in).To my mind, DS Smith looks set to benefit from two powerful trends in the years ahead. Firstly, there’s the growth of e-commerce. These days, more and more consumers are shopping online and this is a trend that looks set to continue. According to Statista, global retail e-commerce sales could climb to $6.5trn by 2023, up from around $3.5trn today. This means that demand for packaging is only likely to increase over time.Secondly, there’s the focus on sustainability. Increasingly, consumers are ditching plastics and looking for sustainable packaging solutions. Given that sustainability is at the heart of DS Smith’s philosophy, I see an attractive long-term growth story here.DS Smith shares currently trade on a forward-looking P/E ratio of 11.2 and offer a prospective yield of a healthy 4.3%. Looking at those metrics, I think the stock offers a lot of value right now. I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. 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On Sunday, season 7 of HBO’s Game Of Thrones wrapped up, drawing 12.1 million viewers live and a total of 16.5 million viewers if you include online streaming services—a record for the already immensely popular fantasy series. We won’t get too into the details of what went down, but we will mention that while many viewers were wrapped up in the various movements of the key players in Westeros and beyond, two players of a different type made a cameo in the season finale. In “The Dragon and the Wolf,” guitarist and singer Brent Hinds and guitarist Bill Kelliher from Mastodon, the Atlanta-based metal band, appeared as wights under the Night King’s rule, making for a special appearance that might have flown under the radar for many. This appearance was not completely out of left field, however. It turns out that the show’s co-creator and showrunner, D.B. Weiss, is a big Mastodon fan, and members from the band have previously appeared on Game of Thrones during season five as members of the Wildling army.
In America, safe from Nazi power, Martin Karplus began on a Nobel Prize journey quickened by intuition The Daily Gazette Sign up for daily emails to get the latest Harvard news. Every scientist starts out looking for one thing, but sometimes finds something else along the way.On Monday, newly minted Nobel laureate William G. Kaelin described a decades-long scientific journey that was like that. It started as an exploration of a condition that can lead to kidney cancer but resulted in a prize-winning discovery about how cells recognize and regulate the oxygen needed to survive, a discovery whose most tangible fruit is a drug to treat anemia.“I’m a cancer biologist and a cancer physician, but the first truly unique thing coming out of my lab was for anemia,” Kaelin said during a late-morning news conference at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.The unexpected application shows the importance of basic research and curiosity-driven science — undervalued today in a culture that often wants to know what results to expect before the work is underway, and leaves little room to pursue the unknown, Kaelin said.,Kaelin, the Sidney Farber Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, learned in a phone call from Stockholm at 4:50 a.m. that he had won the 2019 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine. In a humorous and poignant telling, Kaelin recounted the story of his discovery, the science, and the importance of those around him, particularly his late wife, Carolyn, a breast cancer surgeon and an inspiration to him. She died of a brain tumor in 2015.“I like to think she’s smiling and nodding, ‘I told you, I told you this was going to happen!’” said Kaelin, who is also a senior physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.,The Nobel committee recognized Kaelin, Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe of the Francis Crick Institute in London, and Gregg L. Semenza ’78 of Johns Hopkins University “for their discoveries of how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability.” The work centers around two main molecules, called VHL — the focus of Kaelin’s work — and HIF. Together, they found that VHL works like a cellular garbage disposal, destroying HIF molecules when oxygen is plentiful in the cell. When oxygen levels drop, HIF builds up, signaling stress to the body and triggering a response that can include producing more red blood cells and growing new blood vessels. In 2001, Kaelin and Ratcliffe simultaneously found the missing link between the chemical reactions and oxygen levels, a process that, when oxygen is plentiful, chemically tags HIF for destruction.In the years since, Kaelin said, similar pathways have been found in an array of animals, indicating it is evolutionarily conserved, a sign of its importance to survival.Kaelin cut his scientific teeth in the lab of David Livingston, the Emil Frei III Distinguished Professor of Medicine at Dana-Farber. He arrived in 1987 after finishing medical school at Duke University and a residency at Johns Hopkins. Kaelin said Livingston mentored him during his postdoctoral fellowship and remains a mentor to this day. Livingston recalled Kaelin doing “spectacular work” in his lab, leaving him impressed with the clarity of the younger researcher’s scientific mind and his commitment to scientific rigor.,“I’m overjoyed — times 10 — but not surprised,” Livingston said of his friend’s good news. In the early 1990s, Livingston said, when Kaelin left the lab to start his own, it was an easy decision to keep him at Dana-Farber.The heads of the three institutions with which Kaelin is affiliated had praise for the new laureate. Speaking at the morning news conference, Harvard Medical School Dean George Q. Daley said Kaelin’s story is an example of how clinical medicine can inform scientific discovery, describing him as the “finest medicine has to offer.”“He is the consummate physician-scientist,” Daley said. “He is fiercely dedicated to rigor and excellence in both the laboratory and in the clinic.”Dana-Farber President Laurie Glimcher said because oxygen regulation is so important to so many biological processes, understanding and being able to manipulate the pathway discovered by Kaelin and co-laureates may be transformative in a host of diseases, including cancer, heart disease, anemia, and macular degeneration.Kaelin said that popular media commonly falsely depicts scientists as loners jealously guarding research results, but it was a spirit of collaboration that boosted the Nobel-winning discoveries and, more broadly, made the Boston area’s medical-scientific community such fertile ground for discovery.,Though he didn’t collaborate directly with Semenza and Ratcliffe, they had a collegial relationship and would talk about the latest lab findings when they met at scientific gatherings, sharing work months before official scientific publication.“I learned years ago that I learn fastest when surrounded by people smarter than me,” Kaelin said. “Science today is not done by an individual, but by an ecosystem.”Kaelin has worked to create such an ecosystem in his lab, a series of rooms on the fourth floor of the Mayer Building. The rooms, containing laboratory benches crowded with equipment, host 10 to 15 postdoctoral fellows at a time working on related projects.,Hilary Nicholson, a fourth-year postdoctoral fellow whose work on a treatment for the most common kind of kidney cancer was recently on the cover of the journal Science Signaling, said Kaelin freely shares equipment with colleagues and selects people for his lab based not only on their interest in advancing science but also on their willingness to help others.Nicholson said an important feature of their research is that it has potential applications that one day may help patients in the waiting rooms they pass each morning when they arrive at work.“One of the great things about Bill’s discovery is that it’s been translatable, and it’s fundamental, and it’s stood up against the test of time. He always pursues the truth, very doggedly,” Nicholson said. “For me, it’s all about the patients waiting for you to come up with something amazing.”With Kaelin’s Nobel, Harvard now has 49 current and former Harvard faculty members who are Nobel laureates. For a full list, visit the website. A 5 a.m. phone call rewards restless night ‘I had the conviction that my ideas were correct’ Harvard’s Oliver Hart wins Nobel in economics Related
ALAMEDA – Only one player in NFL history has recorded an interception and multiple sacks in the same Super Bowl.That player had been unemployed since Sept. 1 until the Raiders signed him on Monday.Kony Ealy, who tallied an interception, forced fumble and three sacks for the Panthers in a 24-10 Super Bowl loss to Peyton Manning’s Broncos in 2016, is the latest to hop on the Raiders’ defensive end turnstyle.He trotted off the practice field with assistant defensive line coach Marco Coleman …
ALAMEDA — Clelin Ferrell played on a Clemson team that went 55-4 and won two national championships in four years.Back-to-back losses? Unthinkable.So how does the Raiders defensive end and first-round draft pick feel after taking consecutive losses to the Kansas City Chiefs and Minnesota Vikings?“It’s the realization that this ain’t college no more,” Ferrell said Thursday as the Raiders (1-2) prepared for their Week 4 road game against the Indianapolis Colts. “You don’t get used to losing, …
Modular construction with net-zero capabilityThe house was built by Keiser Industries in Oxford, Maine, and delivered to the site in 48-ft. long modules. Keiser is the same modular builder that Kaplan Thompson had worked with previously on a pilot project to deliver two net-zero modular homes to Peaks Island in Casco Bay, just off Portland. That project has been on hold.Ware says that the idea is to deliver a building envelope capable of net-zero energy performance even if homeowners choose not to add renewable energy systems as soon as they move in. Houses will have conduits running from the basement to the attic allowing easy installation of PV panels at a later date.At the model house, the PV panels added about $12,000 to the price tag after federal rebates. The 4.3-kW capacity, Ware says, is a little short of being able to deliver net-zero performance. To get all the way there, homeowners would have to add slightly more PV capacity.Futuro took what steps it could to keep the house affordable. The siding, for example, is vinyl, and kitchen cabinetry while better than basic, is, in Ware’s words, “not over the top.” Bathrooms are relatively modest in size with tile floors but plastic, not tile, shower surrounds. Another cost-cutting move, Ware says, was not to seek LEED certification, which would have added some $5,000 to the cost.In all, there are four house models, ranging in size up to 2400 sq. ft. Futuro hopes to build seven houses this year, but if demand over the next 30 to 60 days is strong, the partnership may extend the road into the subdivision to speed up construction. Betting on strong demandDespite efforts to keep costs down, the houses are not inexpensive, and local real estate agents quoted in an article about the project in the Portland Press Herald weren’t convinced the houses would have broad market appeal.But Ware is betting buyers will be willing to invest in a house where there are no energy costs.“We’re betting they will,” he says. Using energy modeling, architects determined the house would be 67% more efficient than a house with the same floor plan built to current energy code standards, Ware says.And even with significantly more insulation and triple-glazed windows, Kaplan says the house is no more expensive to build than one of comparable size without the energy features, mainly because it doesn’t need a conventional heating system.“I got real serious about this two years ago,” Ware says, “and starting looking around for a place to do it. My initial inspiration was to go to NESEA and see some of the homes that were done down on the Cape in Massachusetts, and we said, ‘Gee, we need to bring those to Maine.’ I think this will work.”This also seemed like the right time to try a net-zero community in the area. Wells is within easy driving distance of the greater Portland area, as well as both New Hampshire and Massachusetts.“Real estate sales were starting to uptick in this area,” he says. “That was one thing that made us feel more comfortable about doing this, and I think it was just a gut feeling that the time was right to get this kind of construction out to the mainstream public. And that’s our goal here, to try to bring a green, self-sustainable product to a middle-range buyer, to make this attainable as possible.“So often you say, ‘green’ or ‘net-zero’ and people go, ‘Oh my God, I’ve got to spend a million bucks.’ It doesn’t have to be, and we’re proving that here. It doesn’t have to be a million dollar house. We’re in the high threes, starting, and that’s a pretty good value, I think.” Two southern Maine builders have teamed up with Kaplan Thompson Architects on a subdivision that will include as many as 26 houses built to net-zero standards.The first of the houses in a Wells, Maine, subdivision called Brackett Estates, is a 1750-sq. ft., three-bedroom model called the Appledore, which was completed in mid-June. The two-story, all-electric house includes double-stud walls insulated to R-40, triple-glazed windows, and a roof insulated to R-60 with dense-pack cellulose. It’s on the market for $429,000, or just under $250 a sq. ft.Among its other energy features:Mitsubishi ductless mini-splits for heating and cooling.A heat pump water heater for domestic hot water.Passive whole-house ventilation with wall-mounted air inlets and timed bathroom fans.A 4.3 kilowatt, grid-tied photovoltaic array mounted on the roof.The subdivision is the work of Futuro, a partnership of builders Jesse Ware and Craig Briggs, and Kaplan Thompson Architects of Portland, Maine.Architecturally, the house has a contemporary New England flavor, with an exterior finished in white (vinyl) clapboards, a porch protecting the front entry, and an attached, two-car garage. Inside, the house is clean and bright with amenities that Futuro hopes will interest savvy buyers: strip maple floors, granite countertops, high-end kitchen appliances and an attached deck at the rear of the house.But the emphasis is clearly on performance. Ware says the design follows the 60-40-20-10 insulation standard, meaning the roof is insulated to R-60, walls to R-40, basement walls to R-20 and insulation beneath the slab at R-10.Because insulation was still to be sprayed on the inside of basement walls in early July, blower-door test results were not available. Architect Phil Kaplan said the house was designed with Passive House energy modeling software, and that he hoped it would test at between 1.5 and 2.0 ACH50 (the Passive House standard is 0.6 ACH50).
Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting dan rowinski 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#Apple#WWDC A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Apple on Monday announced a new version of its Mac operating system at its World Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco. The newest version of Max OS X is called “Mavericks” and has three primary new features Mac users.Apple senior vice president of software engineering Craig Federighi showed off the three biggest features of Mac OS X Mavericks: Finder Tabs, Tagging and Multiple Displays.Finder Tabs: In Mac OS X, the finder is the primary point of contact for accessing apps and documents in the operating system. Finder Tabs brings a browser-like tab interface to Mac computers.Tagging: Mac users can now “tag” documents, pictures or videos saved to their computers by topic. For instance, if you are saving pictures of your family, you can tag the pictures as “family.” Tags should make it much easier for users to search for documents and other content through the finder.Multiple Displays: Mac OS X has always worked with multiple screens. Apple has just made it easier to organize your desktop across multiple displays by allow users to draw content from one screen to another without disrupting the content that is on the desktop Multi-diplay in Mac OS X MavericksApple also announced several performance improvements to Mac OS X with Mavericks:Improvements to the Safari Web Browser. The changes include Nitro Tiered JIT and Fast Start technologies to speed performance, shared links in the redesigned sidebar that list links by people you follow on Facebook and Twitter and an updated Top Sites display.Notifications. Get updated and respond to messages and calls without leaving the app you’re in. iBooks for the Mac. Books you’ve downloaded to your iOS device will automatically appear on your Mac. Controls are similar, too, including the ability to “turn pages with a swipe, zoom in on images with a pinch, or scroll from cover to cover.”Apple Maps for the Mac. The best part, you can send your map directly to your iPhone for turn by turn directions.Apple Calendar. Continuous scrolling and a new “event inspector.” When you enter a location, “it shows your event’s location on a map, calculates travel time, and displays a weather forecast.”iCloud Keychain. Store and encrypt your website user names and passwords across all your Apple devices – then have them autofilled where needed. If you need help coming up with passwords, the new Password Generator will suggest them for you.Advanced features. The ability to compress memory, put apps to sleep (App Nap) when not in use and save power by grouping low-level operations. New features in Mac OS X MavericksMavericks is the first of Apple’s Mac OS X versions to not be named after a “big cat” (such as a Mountain Lion or Leopard) that was championed by Steve Jobs. (The company joked that the last possibility was Sea Lion.) The new naming convention for Mac OS going forward will be based on “inspiring” locations in California. OS X Mavericks is due to be widely available this Fall.
Calcutta Premier Division A Mohun Bagan official calls Calcutta Football League a ‘circus’ after East Bengal’s win Ashish Peter Last updated 2 years ago 17:45 7/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Calcutta Premier Division A East Bengal v Patha Chakra East Bengal Patha Chakra Mohun Bagan The senior Mohun Bagan official was reacting to East Bengal being awarded a late penalty in their 2-1 win over Patha Chakra….. Srinjoy Bose, a senior Mohun Bagan official, created quite a stir on social media when he compared the Calcutta Football League (CFL) to a circus following eternal rivals East Bengal’s 2-1 win over minnows Patha Chakra.Bose posted a meme on Facebook which compared their Kolkata rivals to European behemoths Barcelona with respect to the degree of help they get from officials.The senior official from Bagan accompanied the meme with a caption saying, “It is best not to play this circus called Calcutta Football League. I have no regrets that last year we did not play the so called big circus match. See how true is this pix [sic] which I saw on facebook.” Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing The Mohun Bagan official seemed to infer that the entire state-association has been bought by their rivals.The controversial moment Bose was referring to came in the dying moments of East Bengal’s clash with the score locked at 1-1. Syrian midfielder Mahmoud Amnah went down in the Patha Chakra penalty-box leading the referee to point to the spot.The penalty was converted by East Bengal to keep its perfect record in the league so far alive with six wins from as many games. The late winner helped the club climb to the top of the CFL with a two-point lead over the Green and Maroons who dropped points on Wednesday after being held to a 1-1 draw by Rainbow AC.The two Kolkata giants were united in their discussions with Indian Super League (ISL) stakeholders where the Indian Football Association (IFA) secretary Utpal Ganguli seemed to be their spokesperson. However, the truce now seems to have come to an end, with Mohun Bagan accusing the governing body of partisan behaviour – an allegation they have put forward quite often in the last few years.Goal reached out to Ganguli for a comment on the matter but he said he was in a meeting and would respond later.
Login/Register With: TORONTO, ONTARIO – CHCH and Motion Content Group today announce a partnership to invest in the creation of original high-quality Canadian programming with international appeal.The drama development partnership will see CHCH and Motion Content Group jointly select projects to be developed, produced and distributed worldwide. Together, the companies will work directly with writers as well as third party producers to secure premium returnable series.The creative sensibilities and domestic relationships of CHCH, together with Motion Content Group’s global relationships and interest in supporting quality content creation will allow the companies to build international co-productions speeding up the process to get original series from development to air. The initiative is being led by Jennifer Chen, Vice President of Programming for CHCH, and Tony Moulsdale, Global Director of Programming for Motion Content Group.“Motion is committed to developing new funding models which bring premium content to the international market and which support our broadcast partner’s programming ambitions,” said Tony Moulsdale. “This deal builds on the success of our previous deals with CHCH on THE PINKERTONS and WYNONNA EARP.”“This collaboration will unlock great opportunities for Canadian content-creators, and we’re looking to work with new talent as well as world-leading established writers,” added Jennifer Chen.About CHCH-TVCHCH-TV started broadcasting in 1954 and is proud to be the news leader for Hamilton and the surrounding Halton and Niagara regions of Southwestern Ontario. CHCH produces over 24 hours of original local news programming each week. With a primetime line-up anchored by movies, news magazine shows, and hit dramas, CHCH is available to over 92% of Ontario households and is viewed by millions nationally each week. CHCH News is produced daily out of its broadcast studio located in Hamilton, Ontario. For more information, please visit chch.com.About Motion Content GroupMotion Content Group is a global content investment and rights management company which invests and partners with the world’s leading talent, producers, and distributors to fund, develop, produce, and distribute premium content for the global benefit of our content partners and networks, platforms, and advertisers.Motion utilises the unique worldwide infrastructure and deep commercial relationships of GroupM and WPP to the benefit of our content partners and advertisers. Motion investments and partnerships support the editorial and commercial requirements of producers, networks, and platforms in order to support contextually safe, high-quality advertising environments.Headquartered in London and Los Angeles, the business currently operates in 26 countries worldwide, with Motion’s broad range of award winning programming distributed globally. Advertisement Advertisement Facebook Twitter Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment