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May 20th, 2017

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UK tabloid Daily Star pays libel damages to Ozzy Osbourne

May 20th, 2017

Saturday, June 7, 2008

The Daily Star, a tabloid newspaper in the United Kingdom, has paid an undisclosed amount of libel damages to Ozzy Osbourne stemming from an inaccurate representation of his appearance at the Brit Awards.

Osbourne, famous for both his solo rock career and fronting the heavy metal band Black Sabbath, was hosting the show alongside wife Sharon and children Jack and Kelly. In an ensuing Star article titled “Ozzy Freak Show”, the 59-year old was portrayed as suffering from health problems that rendered his ability to host the show questionable.

The article claimed that he had collapsed twice before the show began, prompting the show’s organisers to enter emergency talks debating whether Osbourne was fit to continue as planned or instead should be withdrawn and hospitalised. It also reported that the singer had used an electric buggy to move around behind the scenes and had been designated a place to sit in case he felt tired. All of these allegations were found to be false.

At the settlement in London’s High Court, at which the Osbournes were not present, Kate Wilson, representing Express Newspapers, apologised for the article and accepted that it should never have been published. Express Newspapers owns the Daily Star.

Osbourne says that the money will go to his wife’s charity, the Sharon Osbourne Colon Cancer Program.

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May 20th, 2017

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Baby dies after being found abandoned behind shop in Gwent, Wales

May 20th, 2017

Saturday, March 20, 2010

According to an announcement from Gwent Police, a baby boy has died after being found abandoned behind a convenience store in Gwent, Wales. The boy, who has not yet been identified, was found behind a Spar convenience store in the town of Cwmcarn at 1815 GMT on Tuesday. The baby was found to be wrapped in a towel which was in a plastic shopping bag. Bystanders who were walking past the scene mistakenly believed that the bag had been unintentionally left there by a person who had visited the gym that is located next to the store.

A 14-year-old boy, who is the son of the man who owns the convenience store, then examinied the bag and discovered the baby. He made a phone call to the emergency services, however, when the baby was taken to Royal Gwent Hospital, it was pronounced dead on arrival. The baby was younger than one day old at the time of his death. A post-mortem examination proved to be indeterminate. Gwent Police have now launched an investigation to try and determine the identity of the baby’s mother.

Gursewak Singh, the father of the person who discovered the baby and the owner of the shop, explained: “We asked friends and colleagues what the bag was doing there, but it didn’t belong to anyone. A boy who works with us said it was just a towel in there and he didn’t open it. In the evening I went out to it and opened it, only saw a towel on top and didn’t look thoroughly. I just thought it was clothes underneath and didn’t want to root through them. I picked it up and hanged it on the gatepost so someone walking by might see it and recognise it as theirs. At about six o’clock there was a power cut and my 14-year-old son went out and picked up the bag and opened it and saw a little head in there. He called his uncle and said: ‘It’s not clothes, come and look’. They came over and saw the baby in there.” Singh commented that this incident “was shocking. We were all devastated. I wish we had checked earlier. If we had gone through the bag we could have made a difference. I’m worried what sort of condition the person who left the bag is in. We are so concerned about her. Other people saw the bag, but nobody thought about it. There could be a baby still alive. I wish we had checked straight away.”

Gwent Police member Superintendent John Burley stated about this case: “We are extremely concerned about the health and wellbeing of the mother of the baby and are appealing for her to come forward to receive any medical treatment she may require. This is a tragic incident which will sadden the local community and our priority at the moment is finding the mother of the baby. I would appeal to anyone who may have been in the vicinity of the Spar store on Thursday morning or afternoon who may be able to offer any information to assist our inquiry.”

2,200 jobs to be lost as JJB Sports goes into administration

May 20th, 2017

Monday, October 1, 2012

JJB Sports, British sports clothing and equipment retail chain, is to make 2,200 employees in the United Kingdom redundant as it enters administration.

In a £24m deal, Sports Direct have agreed to purchase and rebrand 20 stores as well as purchasing the brand, stock, website, the license to the Slazenger Golf brand and JJB’s Wigan headquarters. The deal with Sports Direct will keep 500 employees in work. In addition, 167 employees will continue working for JJB while KPMG, the appointed administrators, wind the company down.

The bulk of the money from the Sports Direct deal will go to pay back loans made by Lloyds Banking Group as well as money owned to the sports clothing brand Adidas and the American sports retailer Dick’s Sporting Goods, who had previously invested £20m in JJB. Shareholders are not expected to get any payout.

Former professional footballer and Wigan FC owner Dave Whelan, who founded the company in 1971 and sold his share in 2007, decided not to invest to save the business. To the BBC he said, “When I sold it — I sold it something like five years ago — just before that it was valued at a billion pounds. Now it’s completely worthless and it’s amazing how it’s happened.”

Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission to review Pan Am Flight 103 conviction

May 20th, 2017

Monday, June 25, 2007

The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC), an organisation that investigates alleged miscarriages of justice, is to complete a review on June 28, 2007 of the conviction on January 31, 2001 of Libyan Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi for the December 21, 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103. All 259 passengers and crew of the Boeing 747, and eleven people on the ground, were killed when a bomb destroyed the aircraft over the town of Lockerbie in Scotland. Megrahi was convicted on 270 counts of murder, and was sentenced to life imprisonment. It is expected that the SCCRC will refer Megrahi’s case back to the court of appeal. A summary of the Commission’s findings will be published, but the main report will not.

Today’s Scotsman reported that documents leaked from Megrahi‘s legal team include allegations that evidence used to convict him ‘was subject to deliberate destruction and manipulation for political reasons’. Officials in both the United States and the United Kingdom are accused of “a co-ordinated effort to mislead the court” in order to divert attention from other suspects with links to Iran or Syria, whose support was needed at the time of the first Gulf War.

During its three-year review, the SCCRC has been shown hundreds of documents and photographs which are alleged to show that evidence was invented, manipulated or ignored by the British police on the one hand and the CIA and FBI on the other. Veteran politician Tam Dalyell, who has campaigned against the conviction for years, has now said that the full report by the SCCRC should be made public, adding “The Crown Office has a moral obligation to hold a public inquiry. If it embarrasses the Scottish judiciary, so be it. We’re in danger of becoming the laughing stock of Europe.” He also said “I have no doubt that evidence was planted, and I have said so repeatedly in the Commons. Only a full, public and nonadversarial inquiry can finally settle this matter.” Meanwhile, defence lawyers said that if Megrahi is granted an appeal or retrial they will attempt to convince authorities to release him until the case comes to court.

The credibility of several key parts of the prosecution’s case is seriously questioned in the evidence submitted to the SCCRC, with rescue workers describing items as intact when they were discovered, but which were presented in fragmentary form at the Lockerbie bombing trial. The evidence of Maltese shopkeeper Tony Gauci is also challenged. Although Gauci testified that Megrahi bought clothes from him that were later found to have been in the suitcase containing the bomb, in reality he apparently gave a number of inconsistent and substantially different accounts of who bought the clothes, failed to pick out Megrahi at an identity parade, and even linked the clothes’ purchase to convicted Egyptian terrorist Mohammed Abu Talb, from the Iran-backed Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. Defence lawyers also alleged that two early statements by Gauci are missing altogether.

One investigator also claims that evidence was fabricated, while there was insufficient investigation into claims by a baggage handler at Heathrow International Airport that the suitcase containing the bomb was only added to the flight at the last minute.

The SCCRC refused to comment, saying: “It is not for Scottish ministers to comment or preempt the outcome of this review.” Further it said: “It is the strong view of the Scottish Government that due process of law will be followed and seen to be followed in all matters pertaining to this case.”

The SCCRC will issue it’s report on Thursday June 28, 2007.

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May 17th, 2017

Submitted by: Declin Loop

Big news on Wall Street last year, Internet search engine Google’s initial public offering was. If you were a visitor from another planet, you may be asking yourself, big, sophisticated, high technology company is behind Google’s success? It could be IBM, Microsoft, Intel, Apple, Oracle, SAP, Hewlett-Packard, Cisco, Dell Xerox, Sun Microsystems, Philips, Siemens, or? Of course not. Google brains behind two Stanford students, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, who started in 1998 are the Web site. Some six years later, the two founders are Arabs. All Benefits: With some exceptions big companies seldom new brands that become big successes, even though the launch has all the advantages of large companies. Processing of large companies, people, identity, distribution networks, media contacts have. I have an advantage an individual entrepreneur can not think of a major global group. Yet Starbucks, Red Bull, Linux, JetBlue, Amazon, Yahoo, eBay, Priceline, and a host of others behind the success of the brand as a major global organization was not.

Nor for that matter, most of the past behind the success of big brands had a large global organization. Apple, Microsoft, Digital Equipment, Dell, Sun Microsystems, Hewlett-Packard, Oracle, SAP, Siebel, Compaq, Quicken McDonald’s, Subway, brands such as Pizza Hut, Domino’s Pizza, Papa John’s, Wendy’s, Gatorade, Mountain Dew, Wal Mart or Costco. I repeat. Big companies seldom launch new brands that become big successes. Deadly Sins The event, which we call for two reasons “two deadly sins of marketing.” First Deadly Sin time. Good Book says, “There’s a time to be born and a time to die.” Time for a brand to be born in mind before the class is established. The launch of Red Bull that the Coca-Cola Co. finally responded by launching its own brand of energy drink-KMX was after 14 years what KMX have enough energy to overtake Red Bull? Not a chance. Once a competitive brand is established in the prospect’s mind, this one, I moved on to brand the leader is almost impossible.

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The 32 year head start of 32 years, Southwest Airlines, the launch of the Delta finally responded by launching its no-frills airline called Song was after. Your one third of a century’s head start is not competition for a brand can expect to make. All momentum is on the south west. No mention of money and resources. Digital Equipment Corp. to spend all day in the boardroom chief executive and his staff to convince a critical 16-bit business personal computer before starting the IBM was trying to imagine. No luck. We do not want to be first, the CEO said. And I worried about IBM he continued, am, because if IBM is to go first, “we will beat your glasses.” Well, IBM, August 1981, the first critical 16-bit business personal computer, a product that went on to dominate a burgeoning market with the launch of the PC to be the first time. And Digital Equipment did follow with not one, but the personal computer, none of which make a dent in the market despite their specs probably better to have three different lines. IBM became the standard, and if you wanted to participate in the personal computer market, you only been cloned. Digital Equipment lost Too bad. Digital Equipment was a credit to dominate the PC market. You’re the world’s largest manufacturer of small computers “brought by the digital device for personal computers was a new tagline.

In a boardroom at Xerox Corporation for the day to celebrate the launch of a desktop laser printer before the Hewlett-Packard LaserJet firmly established spent trying to imagine. No luck. Too bad. Xerox was the laser printer market dominated credit. In 1977, Xerox 5700, the world’s first successful laser printer was introduced. The second sin is naming the other deadly sins. A big company wants to keep his name on a new brand. Usually it is a mistake. New categories generally require new brand name. IBM PC business, despite the head start, the company eventually Compaq and Dell, both new personal computer built specifically for the class has lost out to brands. Most likely to IBM mainframe, PC computer not mean (it’s interesting personal computer, when in fact they were previously not moving fast enough to note how many marketing people chide IBM. “Mainframe mentality” his common complaint.). Continental Airlines to spend all day in the boardroom Imagine not manage to agree to name its new no-frills airline Continental Lite trying. You have two options. Either you a no-frills airline the Continental system (preferred) or build your new no-frills airline can give a different name than Continental. No luck. Continental Airlines crashed The company Continental Lite, an airline that took off and then just as quickly down to earth after losing many millions of dollars came forward with the left.

Then Kodak, Kodak is a company that give a different name for your new digital camera line is paying the price. Kodak film, not digital photography means photography. The irony is that Kodak invented the first digital camera (back in 1976.) Then past the Kodak name locks the company. Like Digital Equipment and IBM, Kodak identification, organization and resources to dominate an emerging new class, recognize that a new category needs a new name but had the foresight. Exception, an exception should be mentioned. In 1994, Bill Gates, Richard Barton said to include a Microsoft CD-ROM travel guide to develop the idea. Barton Gates is confident that the CD-ROM failed idea, but an online travel agency that will be successful. In addition, he persuaded Mr. Gates to give the project a different name than Microsoft. Richard Barton Microsoft’s online travel agency “Expedia.” After seven years is called Microsoft an estimated $ 1.3 billion for control of Expedia to USA Networks sold.

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Turner Broadcasting apologizes for Boston scare

May 17th, 2017

Friday, February 2, 2007

An advertising campaign for shows on Adult Swim, a programming block on Cartoon Network, which is owned by Turner Broadcasting, gave local and federal law-enforcement a scare when devices were discovered on eight different bridges and roads.

The U.S. city of Boston was snarled in traffic jams January 31 as police investigated devices with flashing lights representing a cartoon character were placed around bridges and other areas throughout the city.

Different governmental agencies were brought in to help deal with the problem, which was later found to be no threat, as described by Boston Police Department spokesperson Eddy Chrispin. A bomb squad was deployed under supervision of the FBI, Boston police, the US Coast Guard, and different federal agencies.

The advertising campaign, for the widely popular program Aqua Teen Hunger Force, featuring characters from that series, was in place for two to three weeks in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and many other major US cities.

Two people have been arrested for alleged participation in this incident.

Turner Broadcasting Systems hired New York marketing firm Interference Inc. which in turn hired individuals in the various cities to place the devices promoting the cartoon’s fifth season, scheduled for a February 23 premiere. Road and rail traffic was disrupted by police as they investigated and removed the devices.

The mostly flat devices resemble two-foot-square Lite-Brites with batteries attached to the bottom and visible wires.

G4TV has dubbed the incident “Aquagate” on its broadcast of Attack of the Show segment The Feed.

It is not known why the devices took police several weeks to notice, nor why the devices were believed to be dangerous.

New Zealand’s anti-spam legislation kicks in – exclusive report

May 17th, 2017

Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Freelance journalist, Gabriel Pollard, spoke to Joe Stewart and David Farrar about the new anti-spam legislation in New Zealand that comes into effect today. Joe Stewart is the Unit Manager of the Department of Internal Affairs new Anti-Spam Compliance Unit, and David Farrar is Chair of InternetNZ’s Public Policy Committee, who also had significant input into the final bill.

Keith Norris, CEO of the New Zealand Marketing Association, didn’t respond to multiple requests for an interview.

The anti-spam legislation, or the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007, promotes spam education and awareness and will enable international agencies to work together to share information and will enable cross-border pursuit of serious law breakers. And it doesn’t just cover e-mail spam, but all electronic messaging such as SMS/text messaging, etc.

However, New Zealand isn’t the most up-to-date country with implementing similar legislation, Farrar says, “We are in fact almost the last country in the OECD to have such legislation.” He urges Eastern Europe and China to take part in the fight against spam.

Stewart said that the new law would only help combat a small amount of spam, as 99%-99.9% of all spam received originates from overseas. He says the legislation alone will not solve the problem.

As well as it helping to fight New Zealand-sourced spam and preventing New Zealand from “becoming a haven for spammers”, it will promote good practices within the e-marketing community, Stewart said.

The new Act will affect legitimate marketers in New Zealand by making sure they have expressed or inferred consent to continue sending marketing messages to people on their database. Inferred consent is where the marketers have the e-mail address and send messages to those on their database, but didn’t get expressed consent to send messages. Stewart does issue a warning against using inferred consent saying, “They may have been sending these people messages for years, but this does not establish consent.”

A surge in emails has also been felt with companies/marketers making sure they have consent to continue the e-mails and asking those to confirm they wish to continue their subscription.

“However, many marketers are already fulfilling these requirements because they are standard good e-marketing practice,” Stewart said.

Due to legislative requirements, as well as having consent, businesses will have to provide details about the company sending the item, and provide a free way to unsubscribe from future mailings.

Those found breaking these requirements deliberately could find themselves facing a personal fine of up to NZ$200,000. Organisations could face a fine of up to $500,000. Farrar said, “Experience from Australia shows most cases are dealt with by way of education.”

Farrar also gives a final piece of advice to those annoyed with spam levels, “Never ever respond to a spam e-mail, and only give your real address out to people you trust.”

Immigration and asylum turn voters off UK Tories

May 17th, 2017

Saturday, April 23, 2005

Opinion polls are showing that the Conservative Party‘s tough stance on immigration in the UK general election is turning more voters away than it is winning.

The policies of tighter border control and quotas on asylum seekers are part of the big five promises in the Conservative manifesto and have featured prominently in the party’s advertising campaign and party election broadcasts.

The policy has increasingly been an embarrassment for the Tories, however, since a Guardian/ICM opinion poll last week showed that floating voters and those on the liberal side of the party were being put off by the policy, and that only 8% of voters consider immigration a significant problem.

This was followed by the revelation that tighter border control would apply only to the country’s largest air and sea ports.

The Tories’ Australian election strategist, Lynton Crosby, is widely credited with having prompted the unpopular policy, so similar to that used to swing voters by previous employer the Australian Liberal Party in a recent Australian election. The tactic, harping on supposed xenophobia of the average voter, has been called ‘Dog Whistle’ politics.

Intellectual debate was completely bypassed in the Australian election, when Labor, the major opposition party, failed to tackle the subject through rational debate, but instead competed with the government, scrambling to tackle the supposed external threat.

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