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Email Address Churchill Downs Incorporated (CDI) has posted a net loss of $23.4m (£18.7m/€21.5m) for the first quarter, primarily due to write-downs of business assets.Net revenue in the three months to March 31, 2020, amounted to $252.9m, down 4.7% year-on-year from $265.4m in the corresponding period in 2019.CDI saw the biggest drop within its gaming business, with revenue down 12.4% to $149.1m, as the operator was hit by the closure of its gaming properties as a result of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.However, in contrast, online wagering revenue was up 6.8% to $67.7m, mainly due to a $3.7m increase in revenue from its TwinSpires business. The TwinSpires handle climbed 8.3% year-on-year and active players jumped 11.6%, despite the impact of coronavirus in the latter part of the quarter.Online sports betting and igaming net revenues also climbed $600,000, with CDI putting this down to a full quarter of igaming results in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. That said, sports betting revenue was impacted by the suspension of all major US and international sporting events due to Covid-19.Elsewhere, CDI’s Churchill Downs business saw revenue climb 11.2% to $23.8m, boosted by a $2.9m increase from Derby City Gaming’s continued growth prior to the temporary closure of the facility. However, the temporary suspension of simulcasting operations at Churchill Downs knocked $500,000 off the total.Read the full story on iGB North America. Impairment expenses push CDI to loss in Q1 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Churchill Downs Incorporated (CDI) has posted a net loss of $23.4m for the first quarter, primarily due to write-downs of business assets. Topics: Casino & games Finance Sports betting Casino & games Regions: US Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 30th April 2020 | By contenteditor
Image source: Getty Images. Recent brutality on financial markets has finally taken a breather on Friday. Phew. Investors hope that more Bank of England monetary loosening (as announced yesterday) will help stave off economic armageddon. They’re quietly confident that Chancellor Rishi Sunak is hours away from announcing more government help for battered business too.Share pickers desperately need respite after the shocking bloodbath on equity markets of the past month. Things can change very quickly in this fast-moving crisis, though, so investors need to keep taking steps to protect themselves. News of spiking infection rates, and failures to find a treatment and vaccine for coronavirus in the coming days, could easily send stock exchanges into a tailspin again.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…Defensive dynamoOne great way to keep investing in a safe and sensible way is by buying shares in utility companies. For some, they’re the ultimate safe-haven asset.. The services of these businesses — whether it be supplying water, electricity, broadband or waste management services — will remain essential however hard the coronavirus hits the UK economy.I recently explained why National Grid is one great way for FTSE 100 investors to play this theme. United Utilities Group (LSE: UU) is a similarly-great buy in these troubled times.This business provides water and wastewater services in the North West of England. It therefore doesn’t have to worry about the sort of earnings turbulence that most of the broader market is expecting. If anything, contamination fears have driven demand for water through the roof more recently as we collectively wash our hands like never before.In recent days, United Utilities has received an extra, less obvious, boost. Those extra Bank of England rate reductions this week make it cheaper for the firm to service its enormous debt mountain. Fresh from cutting the benchmark to 0.25% last week, the bank went one step further and cut it to new record lows of 0.1% on Thursday. And a reduction all the way back to zero still can’t be ruled out.Too cheap to missUnited Utilities hasn’t been spared the rout that has enveloped share markets over the past month. Just as a high tide lifts all boats, plummeting investor confidence can pull all stocks — regardless of their risk profile and their overall quality — below the surface as well.There are two important things to note though. Firstly, United Utilities’ 19% price drop over the past month is less than the comparable 30% decline endured by the broader FTSE 100. This illustrates the water giant’s supreme defensive qualities versus most other blue-chips.And next, at least from a long-term buyer’s perspective, this provides a terrific dip-buying opportunity. At current prices, United Utilities deals on a cheap forward price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 14.6 times. It boasts a meaty 5% dividend yield too. The defensiveness of its operations means that it’s in much better shape to make good on its dividend forecasts than much of the broader market. This is one share that I think all income investors need to pay serious attention to today. 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Rector Pittsburgh, PA Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Youth Minister Lorton, VA New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Rector Bath, NC People Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Rector Tampa, FL Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Palmer Trinity School welcomes the Rev. 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VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK [Palmer Trinity School press release] “It is with great pleasure that we welcome The Reverend Dr. Mary Ellen Cassini to our faculty at Palmer Trinity School. She is highly esteemed and has decades of experience working in the Episcopal educational system. We are confident she will be a tremendous asset in both her administrative and pastoral roles,” stated Head of School, Patrick H. F. RobertsCassini joins Palmer Trinity with over 35 years of experience in education as a teacher and an administrator. After teaching English, history and drama for 20 years, she became the Head of Middle School at Saint Andrew’s School in Boca Raton, Florida. After her seven-year tenure, Cassini completed a year of Anglican Studies and was ordained to the deaconate in 2006 and to the priesthood in 2007. She returned to Saint Andrew’s in 2005 where she served as Chaplain for an additional seven years.Following her time at Saint Andrew’s, Cassini became the Associate Rector at St. Mark’s Church and School in Ft. Lauderdale where she served in pastoral work, outreach and mission experiences. Soon after, she returned to education and became the Head of School at St. Christopher’s Montessori Church and School.Cassini earned her Bachelor of Arts in history, with a secondary teaching certificate from Barry University. She later earned a Master’s of Arts degree in English and a Doctorate of Ministry also from Barry University.About Palmer Trinity School:Palmer Trinity School—a coeducational, Episcopal day school—provides a rigorous college preparatory curriculum that integrates knowledge, compassion and social responsibility, an essential goal of the school’s mission. Palmer Trinity School serves students from a broad range of socio-economic, ethnic, and religious backgrounds in grades 6-12. 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Howard Lake | 12 April 2004 | News Tagged with: Volunteering The debate will take place at Bournemouth International Conference Centre. The role of volunteers in the 21st Century will be debated in “Question Time”-style panel discussion with 2,500 delegates at the annual Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland Conference on 24 April 2004.The panel will be chaired by Dame Stephanie Shirley and the guest panellists are Major Bill Cochrane, Secretary for Communications The Salvation Army; Stuart Etherington, Chief Executive National Council for Voluntary Organisations; David Varney, Chairman of Business in the Community and Chairman of mmO2 plc; and Mr Rodney Huggins, past President of Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland. Brian Stoyel, President of Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland, commented: “Rotarians in Great Britain and Ireland gave more than 14 million man hours in community service last year which is worth more than £160 million in commercial terms “ Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Rotary hold panel discussion on role of volunteers today 22 total views, 1 views today 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.
Volunteers outside a warehouse in Queens, N.Y.,load a truck with materials bound for Cuba. WW photo: Anne PrudenFollowing a struggle at the border crossing between British Colombia, Canada, and Washington state, the 23rd Pastors for Peace Friendshipment Caravan to Cuba is rolling through the U.S. It will cross from Texas into Mexico, arriving in Havana on July 21. On July 31, the participants will cross back into the U.S. — openly declaring their travel to Cuba without the required U.S. government approval.On July 1, U.S. Customs at the West Coast Peace Arch border crossing stopped a Caravan truck full of humanitarian aid, diverting it to a parking lot at the commercial Pacific Truck border crossing. This shipment of aid included items such as medical supplies like wheelchairs, educational supplies and sports equipment, collected from cities and communities throughout the Canadian province of British Columbia.The U.S. Customs officials targeted the sporting equipment for banning and demanded the purchase of a bond. But public outcry and a determined mobilization prevailed. On July 2, the truck crossed with soccer balls and baseball mitts, license – and bond-free. East coast crossings from Canada into the U.S. were uneventful.Cuba is planning special events to welcome the travelers, including a tribute to IFCO founder and leader, the late Rev. Lucius Walker, whose ashes are kept at the Martin Luther King Center in Havana, and a 23-bus caravan that will circle through Havana, made up of some of the many school buses donated over the years.The school bus has become a symbol of this persistent and courageous challenge to the 53-year U.S. economic and terror war against Cuba. In 1993, during the Second Friendshipment, U.S. Treasury officials seized a little yellow school bus on the Texas-Mexico border near Laredo. The 13 Caravanistas on board refused to leave the bus and turned the fenced compound into liberated territory. They began a hunger strike that lasted 23 days until the bus was released to travel on to Cuba.The Friendshipment Caravan, which began in 1992, is the most extensive national outreach initiative challenging the U.S. blockade of the socialist island. Currently, it publicizes the unjust U.S. imprisonment of the Cuban 5 and defies the U.S. ban on its residents being able to freely travel to Cuba. The theme for the 2012 Caravan is Occupy Solidarity and it will celebrate Cuba’s commitment to sustainable development.The caravan stops in large and small communities, including Richmond, Va.; Witchita, Kan.; Birmingham, Ala.; Carbondale, Ill.; Pleasant Hill and Knoxville, Tenn.; El Paso, Dallas, Houston and Corpus Christi, Texas; Little Rock, Ark.; Colorado Springs, Colo.; Corvallis, Wash.; Oklahoma City; Indianapolis; Boston; New York; Chicago; Washington; San Francisco; Los Angeles; Detroit; and many, many more. For more information, to volunteer and donate go to www.pastorsforpeace.org.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Chelsea ManningOver the strenuous objections of Pentagon chief Ash Carter, President Obama commuted the 35-year sentence of Chelsea Manning. She is now slated for release in May. Manning, who announced the day after she was sentenced by a military court that she is transgender, has spent the last seven years in a Marine stockade and federal male prison.Manning was a U.S. Marine intelligence analyst in Iraq. She turned over some 750,000 military files, diplomatic cables and videos to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks. One video showed helicopter crews laughing as they machine gunned several civilians in Baghdad in 2007, including two Reuters news reporters holding cameras.Additional files revealed that the Pentagon counted thousands more of its civilian victims than it had revealed to the U.S. public. Still others showed that the military knew that there was no justification for detaining prisoners at Guantánamo and that the detainees had nothing to do with the 9/11 attacks. Manning revealed pressure by Washington on other countries to maintain the infamous “rendition” torture chambers scattered around the globe.Since Chelsea Manning was arrested in 2010, she has been supported by many progressive organizations as well as the LGBTQ community. In the last few months, more than 117,000 online petition signatures were collected, calling on President Obama to commute Manning’s draconian sentence and release her.Faced with oppression so intense that she twice tried to commit suicide, last summer Manning conducted a highly publicized hunger strike. Although her jailers punished her for that by putting her in solitary confinement, she won key demands for hormone treatments and permission to wear some makeup and female undergarments.Manning has reported that she has not been harassed by fellow inmates at the Fort Leavenworth federal men’s prison. “I have friends,” she said.Manning and her determined supporters had to overcome intense opposition from the imperialist establishment, the military brass and the same intelligence agencies that conducted the tortures that she exposed. House Speaker Paul Ryan called Manning’s commutation “outrageous.” Trump’s pick for deputy national security director, K.T. McFarland, called for Manning to be tried for treason and executed. (talkingpointsmemo.com, Jan. 18)With Donald Trump and many of his advisors openly advocating attacks on civilians, torture and other war crimes, Chelsea Manning’s hard-won release is an important victory. It means that these hard-core right-wingers, despite all their forces of repression, will face exposure of their crimes by brave heroes like Chelsea Manning and, sooner than they think, will face the judgment of the workers and oppressed here and across the planet.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Limerick on Covid watch list Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April A MEDICAL expert has described the delayed diagnosis of fatal cancer in a 61-year old man, who had been in and out of the University Hospital in Limerick for a decade, as “astounding”.UK based Consultant Urological Surgeon, Ron Miller, made the remarks at the conclusion of his report into the treatment of the late Timothy Moynihan from Hospital in Co. Limerick who died of cancer in 2009.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Mr Moynihan’s son, Gerard, settled a civil High Court case for damages against the HSE for an undisclosed sum before Christmas.Mr Miller said that raised levels in tests carried out ten years earlier and later abnormalities in Mr Moynihan’s prostate should have set off alarm bells and led to further tests and treatment which could have saved him.“Patients do not turn up with disseminated prostate cancer with bone secondaries in a period of days or weeks. This process usually takes many years,” he said.Having examined the medical notes of Mr Moynihan’s treatment and investigations, which began in 1997 and led to a diagnosis of early bladder cancer in 1998, Mr Miller criticised the lack of a particular procedure – a bimanual examination – which he said was vital in checking the prostate of anyone at risk.The prostate cancer was not diagnosed until two months before Mr Moynihan’s death.“While it is not uncommon to find difficulties in the diagnosis of prostate cancer by General Practitioners, the negligence of the Urology Department remains astounding.“In 2008, Mr Moynihan presented to hospital with terminal disseminated prostate cancer, despite the fact that he had undergone 10 years of intensive hospital monitoring for a superficial bladder cancer involving regular check cystoscopies by experienced Urological Surgeons,” Mr Miller said.“The fact that multiple check cystoscopies for bladder cancer were carried out without bimanual examination is prima facie evidence of poor standard of care. On the balance of probabilities, there is no doubt that had Mr Moynihan’s prostate cancer being diagnosed at an earlier stage curative treatment could have been instituted thus preventing the disseminated nature of disease and fatal outcome,” he concluded.The dead man’s son, Gerard told the Limerick Post: “these were basic tests but they were not done. It’s unbelievable that urologists did not diagnose the cancer”,Gerard obtained his father’s medical records on foot of a Freedom of Information request.“I would urge everyone who is reading this and has any symptoms to insist on having these tests, particularly men over the age of fifty”.The HSE said it cannot comment on individual cases. Facebook Vicky calls for right to die with dignity Linkedin Email Limerick Post Show | Careers & Health Sciences Event for TY Students NewsExpert astounded at negligence of Limerick hospital consultantsBy Bernie English – January 9, 2014 2705 Hospital bosses deny claims of manipulating trolley figures Previous articleThey might be giantsNext articleLimerick hurlers return to action Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. No vaccines in Limerick yet Advertisement Print WhatsApp TAGSfeaturedhealth