Previous ArticleApple takes top spot in wearables battleNext ArticleHuawei bucks declining tablet shipment trend Vivendi CEO Arnaud de Puyfontaine missed out on the executive chairman’s role at Telecom Italia, as the operator’s newly appointed board of directors opted to stick with current chair Giuseppe Recchi (pictured).However, the French media company’s chief was appointed deputy chairman by a majority vote during a board meeting held today in which the tenures of Telecom Italia’s CEO Flavio Cattaneo and CFO Piergiorgio Peluso were also renewed.The board’s decision signals an end to recent speculation Vivendi would push to appoint de Puyfontaine as chairman of Telecom Italia, which was sparked in April when the French-headquartered company nominated ten candidates for the Telecom Italia board.Telecom Italia shareholders approved all ten of Vivendi’s candidates, and its proposal to reduce the total number of board members from 16 to 15 at a meeting on 4 May.In late April, proxy advisory company Institutional Shareholder Services cautioned shareholders against choosing de Puyfontaine as chairman, noting the Vivendi executive would be left over-boarded by the decision – referring to his roles on the board of several companies: Telecom Italia, Schibsted and Gloo Networks. Telecom ItaliaVivendi Telecom Italia bets on long-term renewable energy Michael doesn’t want to admit that he has been a journalist and editor for close to 20 years covering a diverse set of subjects including shipping and shipbuilding, fixed and mobile telecoms, and motorcycling…More Read more Telecom Italia confident on hitting annual goals AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 05 MAY 2017 Related Tags Las grandes operadoras europeas ponen condiciones a las RAN abiertas Author Español Michael Carroll Home Telecom Italia board stands by chairman Recchi
A final conference and cross-border meeting of partners from seven countries in the Adriatic region in the project was held in Dubrovnik “Extension of Potentiality of Adriatic Unesco Sites”, co-financed by the European Union under the IPA Adriatic Cross-Border Cooperation Program 2007-2013. The conference presented the results of a three-year project, which enables better tourism and energy valorization of heritage under the protection of UNESCO, and contribute to the increase of international tourist arrivals in the Adriatic region.Project EX.PO is funded by the European Adriatic Cross-Border Cooperation Program, Adriatic IPA CBC 2007-2013, and involves 12 partners from seven Adriatic countries. In addition to Dubrovnik as the leading partner, the project included the County of Istria and the City of Split from Croatia, the Province of Ferrara from Italy, the Municipality of Ravenna – Ravenna Museum of Art, the Municipality of Alberobello and the Aquileia Foundation, the University of Primorska – Scientific Research Center from Slovenia. Conservation and Archeology of Montenegro, the Commission to Preserve National Monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Administrative and Coordination Office of Butrint in Albania and the Municipality of Corfu in Greece.The project brought together various aspects of the valorisation of UNESCO sites by organizing a series of cross-border meetings, lectures and conferences on both sides of the Adriatic, and by publishing various publications and materials and implementing extremely successful pilot projects. The total value of the EX.PO AUS project is EUR 3.324.700,40, and the project costs were financed with 85% from the IPA fund (EUR 2.825.995,34), while the remaining amount was covered by the project partners.The City of Dubrovnik, as the leading project partner, has successfully implemented the Pilot Project of Energy Renewal of the Natural History Museum of the City of Dubrovnik, where a smart heating / cooling system, new LED lighting and complete new carpentry have been installed for better and more efficient preservation of the existing building. C. Participated in the preparation of a publication on drywall technology in southern Dalmatia, a study of the analysis of tourist flows and the production of a professional DVD of tourist attractions of all project partners and e-Planner.The Commission to Preserve National Monuments from Sarajevo (BiH) has ensured visible and valuable restoration of mills in Mostar and the surrounding area, which are part of the rich cultural heritage of the Neretva Valley (BiH), which is a significant contribution to the local community and tourism sector.Euphrasian in Poreč (RH) and Butrint National Park (ALB) used the possibilities of restoration, and the Old Town of Corfu (GR) used the energy renovation of the palace, which additionally protected the natural and cultural heritage. The cities of Kotor (CG) and Piran (SLO), by adopting the ‘Sustainable Management Plan’ financed within the EX.PO AUS project, prevented unplanned urbanization and more efficient conservation protection of cultural heritage in the wider Adriatic area.The representative of the municipality of Alberobello (IT) presented the benefits generated by the plan of sustainability of culture and tourism and emphasized the projects that have enhanced and maintained the historical tradition of the city through the preservation of trulli – residential buildings that are UNESCO protected due to their uniqueness and uniqueness. .The representative of Aquileia (IT), a Roman medieval city, presented as key results the organization of a series of conferences on archaeological sites and the promotion of archaeological tourism, restoration of old sites (Stalla Violin), creating a file with collected articles and photographs, and brochures on protected heritage UNESCO.The municipality of Ferrara (IT) enabled the implementation of energy efficiency and savings obtained by replacing existing heating and cooling systems with new generation ones in order to better and more efficiently preserve the existing UNESCO heritage. The Municipality of Ravenna (IT) has created and established two databases for the preservation of mosaics and other valuable artistic heritage, the publication of a publication on mosaics and funded education and activities for the supervision of protected heritage within their scope.Furthermore, the project ‘Tourism – five senses’ of the Entrepreneurship Center Solin was presented, which provides an experience of the archaeological landscape through the tastes, smells and sounds of the Mediterranean as well as the richness of cultural and historical heritage and the project ‘Interpretation Center Klis’. heritage, all in favor of the development of cultural tourism.
PENSACOLA, Fla. – The No. 4 West Florida baseball team’s game Friday, Feb. 7, against Rollins has been moved to 4 p.m. in an attempt to avoid inclement weather in the forecast. The tailgate preceding the game will be begin at 2 p.m. and will conclude when the game begins. Any additional updates will be posted to GoArgos.com, Facebook.com/GoArgos and Twitter.com/GoArgos. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.#ARGOS#UWF Baseball SchedulePrint Friendly Version No. 4 UWF’s Friday game against Rollins moved to 4 p.m. Share
Dwyer: “Hillary Clinton is still the clear frontrunner of the Democratic race but for Bernie Sanders it was his biggest day yet, showing the enormous enthusiasm for his campaign. Sanders: “I will not deny for one second that we still remain the underdogs, but we have come a long, long way, you will have to concede, in the last 10 months, we do have a path toward victory.Dwyer: “It was a blowout for Bernie. Bernie Sanders sweeping the Democratic caucuses in Washington, Alaska and Hawaii by huge margins over Hillary Clinton.” Sanders still needs to win 73 percent of the remaining delegates to take the party’s nomination. That is considered by pundits a virtually impossible task. The New York primary is next on April 19th. Sanders must now make a push to win in Hillary Clinton’s backyard. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders received a big boost over the weekend, cinching victories in Alaska, Washington, and Hawaii. ABC’s Devin Dwyer is at the White House, where Sanders acknowledges there’s a long way to go…
IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 Her best in a half-marathon is 1:08:55, but for Takahashi the race in which she jogged the entire way was a success.“I was aiming for about 1:30:00. The best thing is that I completed the race and I didn’t have any pain (in my ankle),” Takahashi said.It was Takahashi’s first appearance in a competitive race since she finished second in the Tokyo International Women’s Marathon in November 2003 — the result that eventually cost her a place in last summer’s Athens Olympics.The 32-year-old is hoping to make a full-fledged comeback to marathon as soon as possible and will begin a one-month training camp Tuesday on Tokunoshima Island in Kagoshima Prefecture. CHIBA – Sydney Olympic marathon champion Naoko Takahashi ran a half-marathon race in Chiba on Sunday in a comeback bid from an ankle injury.Takahashi completed the course in 1 hour, 26 minutes, 16 seconds in her first race over 20 km since fracturing her right ankle while training in Colorado last September. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES
PGS Championship winners (left-right): Iain Wilson, Dave Plaiter, David Thomas (PGS Captain), John Chelo and Wichai Tananusorn.In the top flight Dave Cadwallader overcame problems with his shoulder to post 37 points and share second place with Mike Earley whilst Wichai Tananusorn set a tremendous pace on the front nine only to see it dissipate on the back nine greens. He still took the day however with an excellent effort totalling 39 points.The ‘2’s pot was shared by Jim Ferris, Larry Slattery, Andrew Purdie and Mike Earley. Pity Andrew Purdie with 35 points on his final round this trip as he failed to putt out on a hole on the front nine, thinking he did not have a shot, only to find the change of track by the starter would have given him one. One day they’ll get it right. Khun Wichai certainly did!Smith & Chelo take Championship honoursThe Pattaya Golf Society played its Annual Championships on Wednesday and Friday, 15th and 17th January at two very challenging courses, Green Valley and Bangpra. A strong breeze was in evidence all week and on both courses the greens were hard and running at a fast speed. Thus the thirty plus competitors had their work cut out on both days to make progress in the event.As the first day unwound at Green Valley, pre-tournament favourites Chris Smith and Iain Wilson both left shots on the course and the first day leaders in the Gross Championship were Wichai Tananusorn (79), and Marc Jensen and Iain Wilson, both with 81. In the Net Championship second and third place were held by Wichai and Mike Earley on 71 and 73 respectively whilst Canadian golfer John Chelo posted net 70 for the halfway lead.The second day dawned bright and very breezy at Bangpra and with play getting underway thirty minutes early, more than a few golfers were caught out with the typical Bangpra greens. Scores were much higher in the conditions and the best gross figures of the day involved the pairing of Chris Smith and Iain Wilson with Chris’ 75 just pipping the Scot’s fine effort of 76.In the net competition the best score was recorded again by John Chelo with net 73. This left Chris Smith and Iain Wilson sharing the Gross Champion title with 157 but as Chris had the better second eighteen on count back, 75 to 76, he was deemed the new PGS Champion. The Net Champion was John Chelo with an excellent one under 143, with Wichai Tananusorn as runner-up with 145.It had been one of the best PGS Championships for many a year and all the golfers are to be congratulated for their efforts on the two tough courses. Other presentations included the PGS Player of the Year award for 2013 and a smiling Dave Plaiter accepted the trophy after a fine year which had seen his handicap fall by seven shots and in which he had been closely challenged towards the end of the year by former Champion Wichai Tananusorn, who finished as runner-up.The excellent presentation party was splendidly hosted by Rabbi and Khun Peung back in the Elephant Bar in Soi Buakhao, presentations were made by PGS Captain David Thomas and the winners were duly toasted and bells were rung. Here’s to the next one! IPGC Pattaya Golf Society at Rabbi’s Elephant BarA large field of Pattaya Golf Society golfers visited Crystal Bay to play a stableford event on Monday, 13th January and were given the A/B option, only to find the C nine was substituted after nine holes making changes necessary to the individuals’ score indexes on the cards. The course was quite presentable but the C nine greens were scruffy and slower than those on the front, thus making scoring a touch more unpredictable. However, on a day when chaos was on the cards in Bangkok serenity ruled at Crystal Bay as the golfers set about their business.With the cut at seventeen and under the second flight saw Dave Wilkinson take third place with very solid 33 points whilst the flight win was shared by John Chelo and the gentle golfing giant Michael McGuigan, both bon 35 points.
Antonio Brown comes to the rescue, makes it look easy in last-second win over Green Bay (Photo by Courier Photographer Brian Cook)As it always does, the pendulum swings back. That’s exactly what I’m seeing with the Steelers’ offensive and defensive units as they improved to 9-2 on Sunday night, Nov. 26, after defeating the Green Bay Packers, 31-28.The offense, which had been playing way below their standards, is finally beginning to get things going the past few weeks, having put up 40 and 31 points in back-to-back weeks.Ben Roethlisberger, despite his two interceptions vs. Green Bay, is beginning to look on point. He’s sharp, extending plays and throwing the ball to the right receivers at the right time. It’s something he hadn’t done as often earlier this season. But, the pendulum had to swing back for him; he’s too good for it not to.Le’Veon Bell started coming back to normal a month or so ago and he continues to do so. He proved once again that he’s the best running back in all of football. If he’s not making plays in the run game, he’s catching the ball and allowing Roethlisberger to check the ball down. Bell was nothing short of spectacular against Green Bay and I fully expect that to continue throughout the remainder of the season.Obviously, Antonio Brown is always at a high level, but if you mix in Martavis Bryant, who appeared motivated and finally displayed some of his talents this past week, along with JuJu Smith-Schuster, you can see that this offense is finally on track after an extended slow start.
Advertisement Ousmane Dembele was not in the squad of Barcelona against Real Betis in the La Liga match on Sunday. The young French footballer was absent in the training session and he was located at his house one and half hour later with a stomach bug. The unhealthy lifestyle of Ousmane Dembele is going to be an area of concern for the club management of the Catalan Giants. Advertisement Gerard Pique tried to defend the youngster and offered him the helping hand. According to him,Advertisement “It’s the coach’s decision [not to call him up],” Advertisement “He has a lot of talent and a lot of room to improve. If the coach doesn’t call him up, it’s to help him improve. We’re all here to help him. We’ve all been young like him, we’ve all made mistakes like him. “From experience, you have to teach [the young players] that football lasts for all 24 hours of the day — you have to live it from the first minute until the last. I am sure he knows that and that he will keep improving with time.” Ousmane Dembele joined Barcelona from Borussia Dortmund in the previous summer transfer window. However, he is still not able to seal his position in the first team of Barcelona yet. According to the sources, the club management of Barcelona still do not have any plan to sell this star French winger in the next summer transfer windows. Many top European clubs are interested to sign Ousmane Dembele; but Barcelona will like to give him more time to settle at Camp Nou. Advertisement
All this means Pochettino will probably need to begin a clear-out of Tottenham’s fringe players to raise funds and reshape his squad in readiness for the club’s move into their new stadium next season.Manchester United have made an approach for star defender Alderweireld, with the Londoners willing to listen to offers and maybe tie up a swap deal involving Martial.5 Spurs also want Anthony Martial from Manchester UnitedCredit: PA:Press Association5 Toby Alderweireld could be involved in a swap deal for MartialCredit: Getty Images – Getty Left-back Danny Rose, midfielder Mousa Dembele and striker Fernando Llorente are all available, too.Pochettino had hinted that he might not stay at Spurs after guiding them into three Champions League campaigns.But after penning his new deal he said:Tottenham show off new stadium in stunning drone footage as 62,000 all-seated ground nears completion How to claim your FREE £10 bet1 Register for Sun Bets here2 Bet £5 or more3 Sun Bets will stick a £10 bet in your account “I am honoured to have signed a new long-term contract as we approach one of the most significant periods in the club’s history and be the manager that will lead this team into our new world-class stadium.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLRETRACING STEPSJack Charlton’s granddaughter Emma Wilkinson ‘would love’ to visit IrelandROY RAGEFurious Roy Keane launched foul-mouthed rant at Pique over Fabregas friendshipPicturedTOP FORMBrazil icon Ronaldo soaks up sun with partner Celina Locks on yacht in FormenteraPicturedON THE PAOLPaolo Maldini shows off shredded physique at 52 while on holiday with wifeLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordExclusiveLOCK CLOWNPaul Scholes flouts local lockdown rules by throwing huge 7-hour birthday bashPicturedMADD FOR ITPrem aces Dele, Maddison & Grealish enjoy hard-earned break in sun-soaked IbizaLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea transfer news LIVE: Havertz deal LATEST, Willian move updatesLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesMISS-RON IMPOSSIBLERonaldo LOSES Golden Boot race after axe from Juve squad for final game”Daniel [Levy] and I have spoken at length about our aspirations for this football club.“We both share the same philosophies to achieve long-term, sustainable success.“This is a special club – we always strive to be creative in the way we work both on and off the pitch and will continue to stick to our principles in order to achieve the success this club deserves.” MAURICO POCHETTINO has set out his summer transfer stall after signing his own new deal with Tottenham.The Argentinian trousered a five-year contract worth £42.5million – and immediately set his sights on three major targets.5 Mauricio Pochettino has signed his own £52.5million deal – now he wants to freshen his squad with new faces this summerCredit: REUTERSApart from trying to prise Anthony Martial away from Manchester United, the Mirror report that Pochettino will be chasing teenage Ajax centre-back Matthijs de Ligt and Fulham’s rising-star wide-man Ryan Sessegnon.Spurs are preparing for life without Toby Alderweireld and have admired De Ligt, aged 18, since he broke into Ajax’s team in 2016.But the 18-year-old is also a target for a host of top European clubs, including Manchester City.And Tottenham would have to beat the club-record £42million paid Ajax for Davinson Sanchez last summer. GLOVES ARE OFF Klitschko helps Liverpool fans left stranded after flights to Kiev are axed 5 Matthijs de Ligt could be on his way to Spurs in a big-money move this summerCredit: Getty5 Ryan Sessegnon has guided Fulham to the Championship play-off finalCredit: PA:Press Association It is understood, though, there have already been discussions between the clubs about a possible deal.Sessegnon, 18, is high on the wanted list of several Premier League clubs after a smashing season for Fulham that has helped guide them to the Championship play-off final.
14 February 2013 South African Airways has been awarded a 4-star airline rating by global independent airline rating firm Skytrax for the 11th year running. The rating recognises the airline’s improvement in onboard product and service levels and in enhancing the customer experience. “South African Airways have managed to maintain quality levels throughout the past year and are delivering a solid project and service standard to their customers, making their 4-star ranking well-deserved,” Skytrax chief executive, Edward Plaisted, said in a statement on Tuesday. “The Skytrax star ranking audit examines more than 800 areas of product and service delivery, across all areas of the airport operations and the cabin experience, and demonstrates that South African Airways passengers can look forward to a high quality of product and service.” Obtaining a 4-star rating means that the airline in question has achieved high standards across all travel categories, including staff service standards. “Accolades and rankings such as this one from Skytrax reconfirms that our dedication and focus on strategic objectives to improve our customer value proposition will ensure that we eventually become a fully sustainable business that can compete successfully in the global airline market in the near future,” said SAA customer service executive, Suretha Cruse. “This ranking, together with a number of awards from other foremost institutions as well as the prestigious Skytrax Best Airline in Africa Award for 10 years in a row and the Skytrax Excellence Award for the third consecutive year, further exemplifies our customer-focused efforts.” SAinfo reporter