zoomImage Courtesy: Wikimedia/Wei-Te Wong under CC BY-SA 2.0 license South Korean shipbuilding giant Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) is to sign a formal deal to acquire compatriot rival Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), local media cited Korea Development Bank (KDB) as saying. HHI and KDB will enter into the final contract in early March, following a conditional agreement signed in January 2019.The announcement comes as Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI), another major shipbuilder in South Korea, expressed its intention not to bid for the DSME stake.The state-controlled KDB holds a 55.7 percent stake in DSME, with an estimated worth of KRW 2.16 trillion (USD 1.94 billion).Under the agreement, KDB will transfer its DSME stocks to HHI and buy KRW 1.5 trillion worth of HHI stocks that will be issued later. What is more, the bank is to consider providing KRW 1 trillion in financial help to DSME.As a result, HHI will be split into two entities of which one will be listed on the market. The shipbuilder will also be selling its stocks to the bank.If proceeded, the agreement will see HHI owning a 26 percent stake in DSME and KDB 18 percent.However, the acquisition could face obstacles as labor unions at both HHI and DSME yards opposed the deal. Workers are reportedly worried that the acquisition could result in massive layoffs.The completion of the deal, expected in five to six months, will be subject to regulatory approval as it has the potential to reshape the global shipbuilding market.World Maritime News Staff
OTTAWA — Canada is courting international support for its plan to not recognize Russian passports given to Ukrainian citizens in the parts of Ukraine occupied by Kremlin-backed separatists.Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada has presented technical details of a plan to allies attending this week’s Ukraine reform conference in Toronto so they can follow suit.Freeland says Canada won’t allow anyone travelling from Ukraine’s occupied eastern Donbass region to use a Russian passport to enter the country.Freeland didn’t have details on whether anyone has actually tried to do that.It is also not clear how Ukrainian citizens living under Russian occupation could leave the region to travel abroad.Freeland says Canada has a duty to denounce the Kremlin’s passport scheme because it represents one more attack on Ukrainian sovereignty.The Canadian Press
(With all merchandise 50 per cent off, many Iqaluit residents were stocking up on big ticket items. Photo: Kent Driscoll/APTN)The store looks remarkably untouched on the inside.A double firewall and five metres of space separated the warehouse from the sales floor.There is a noticeable smoky smell remaining.All of the fresh food in the store was disposed after the fire, and the fate of the rest was decided on a case by case basis.“The fresh food absolutely had to go,” said David Chatyrbok, vice president of major markets for the Northwest Company. “We worked with the health inspector, identified all the different product that had to go, so that product had to go.“Then everything we could donate, we absolutely worked with the health department to make sure we knew what could be donated, and we are donating that food.”(The lines were long, but deals were there for those who could bear the wait. Photo: Kent Driscoll/APTN)According to the Northwest Company, reopening the store was a 24 hours a day task that was happening right up until the moment they opened the doors.“This was the local individuals that did all of this work for us. We have to thank the community, the first responders, and all of our staff,” said Chatyrbok.While most departments have reopened, the meat and frozen food sections still require some more product.Until the meat shop is clean and repaired, butchering will take place in the Northern Store in nearby Pangnirtung, and the cuts of meat will then be flown to Iqaluit.firstname.lastname@example.org@kentdriscoll Kent DriscollAPTN NewsIn just nine days, Iqaluit’s Northmart has gone from a raging fire to a fire sale, with residents lining up at 9 am on Saturday morning to get in on some of the savings.Northmart supplies Iqaluit with about 60 per cent of the groceries, and is the largest retail store in the city.On November 8, fire destroyed the Northmart’s warehouse, furniture store and snowmobile shop.The retail and grocery stores were saved.A 17 year-old girl is facing a charge of arson endangering human life following the fire.(On Nov. 8, thick black smoke blanketed Iqaluit. Photo: Kent Driscoll/APTN)More than a week later, the fresh food has been replaced, and all retail merchandise was 50 per cent off.For many residents, the sales were a draw, but the selection provided by having the largest retail store in the territory back was appreciated.“I’m excited for the store to reopen,” said Elisapee Nowdluk just as the doors were opening. “It’s a big store based for groceries, and I miss that, the bakery, and the meat.”
PRAGUE, Czech Republic — The Czech Republic’s prime minister has ordered his government office to stop using mobile phones by Chinese telecoms company Huawei.Tuesday’s announcement by Prime Minister Andrej Babis comes a day after the country’s National Cyber and Information Security Agency warned that the hardware and software made by Huawei and another Chinese telecommunications company, ZTE, pose a security threat.Huawei has denied the allegations.The Industry and Trade ministry immediately said it would do the same and other government ministries that use Huawei products are likely to follow suit.Huawei has become the target of U.S. security concerns because of its ties to the Chinese government. The U.S. has pressured other countries to limit use of its technology, warning they could be opening themselves up to surveillance and theft of information.The Associated Press
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Councillors Bruce Christensen and Larry Evans said goodbye on Monday during their final Fort St. John Council meeting.Councillor Christensen became emotional during this final report to Council after representing the City since 2006. “I think our leadership has been great, to our new council congratulations and welcome and my family, thank you.”Councillor Evans was elected in 2005 after retiring from the Fort St. John Fire Department. In his closing report, he thanked everyone for putting their names forward to run for Council. “I want to congratulate the four incumbents that got back in. And I want to congratulate Becky and Tony. I think you are going to have a Council that rocks. Along with the wonderful staff we have, the City is in good hands.” Watch their full comments below.Councillor Bruce Christensen and Councillor Larry Evans both lost their reelection bids in Saturday’s municipal election. Becky Grimsrud and Tony Zabinsky are the two newest members of Fort St. John City Council. Councillors Trevor Bolin, Byron Stewart, Gord Klassen and Lilia Hansen, were also re-elected. Click here to read the full results.Tony Zabinsky and Becky Grimsrud will be sworn in on November 5, 2018.
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook says it is rolling out a wide range of updates aimed at combatting the spread of false and harmful information on the social media site.The updates will limit the visibility of links found to be significantly more prominent on Facebook than across the web as a whole. The company is also expanding its fact-checking program with outside expert sources, including The Associated Press, to vet videos and other material posted on Facebook.Facebook groups will also be more closely monitored to prevent the spread of fake information.The company has been facing criticism for the spread of extremism and misinformation on its flagship site and on Instagram. Congress members questioned a company representative Tuesday about how Facebook prevents violent material from being uploaded and shared on the site.The Associated Press
A marquee of the Arango Orillac Building lists the Mossack Fonseca law firm in Panama City, Monday, April 4, 2016. Panama’s president says his government will cooperate “vigorously” with any judicial investigation arising from the leak of a vast trove of information on the offshore financial dealings of the world’s rich and famous. An international coalition of media outlets Sunday published investigations it said stemmed from the leak of 115 million records kept by the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca on behalf of clients. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco) Panama rejects money-launder label following documents leak by Juan Zamorano And Joshua Goodman, The Associated Press Posted Apr 4, 2016 10:08 pm MDT Last Updated Apr 5, 2016 at 3:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email PANAMA CITY – Panamanians have long shrugged off their country’s checkered reputation as a financial haven for drug lords, tax dodgers and corrupt oligarchs. They like to joke that if they’re crooks, they’ve learned it from the world’s wealthy nations.That same defensiveness has re-emerged amid the fallout from the leak of 11.5 million confidential documents from the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca revealing details of how some of the globe’s richest people funnel their assets into secretive shell companies set up here and in other lightly regulated jurisdictions.Ramon Fonseca, a co-founder of the firm, said Monday that his country’s success in establishing itself as an offshore banking giant has bred jealousy from first-world rivals at a time of increasing competition and scrutiny of the industry in the aftermath of the global financial crisis.“It’s very unfair what’s happening because there’s not a level playing field,” Fonseca told The Associated Press in an interview. “Without a doubt if this happened to a company in Delaware nothing would happen, but because it’s Panama it’s the front page of the world’s newspapers.”Panama cemented its status as a money laundering centre in the 1980s, when dictator Gen. Manuel Noriega rolled out the red carpet to Colombian drug cartels. It has remained a magnet for illicit money, as well as for legitimate funds, because its dollarized economy sits at the crossroad of the Americas. Breakneck economic growth averaging 8.5 per cent a year for a decade has been fed by the flood of cash, transforming the capital’s skyline into Latin America’s Dubai.But Panama isn’t alone in its permissive attitude toward shell companies, which the British-based Tax Justice Network estimates hide $21 trillion to $32 trillion in untaxed or lightly taxed financial wealth around the globe. Panama ranks 13th on the watchdog group’s financial secrecy index — better than the U.S., which is at No. 3.In 2014, a group of academics wrote a book, “Global Shell Games,” that looks at tax havens. They used emails to set up shell companies with 3,700 corporate service providers in 182 jurisdictions, posing as a range of low- to high-risk customers, including drug traffickers and terrorist groups. The findings were startling: All countries scored poorly. Service firms in Panama complied 29 per cent of the time with minimum standards like requesting photo IDs and other documents establishing the identity of the company owners. U.S. firms complied on average 25 per cent of the time, while Delaware, at 6 per cent, was even more lax.“Most of the money from these shady dealings is held in other countries, not Panama, so there is plenty of blame to share around,” said Jason Sharman, one of the book’s authors and a political scientist at Australia’s Griffith University.Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela has promised to co-operate with any judicial investigations stemming from the leaked data, and the country’s chief prosecutor’s office said Monday that it will look into the documents to see if they reveal any wrongdoing.Varela says he has “zero tolerance” for financial crimes and likes to cite the ramming through congress last year of legislation expanding supervision over more than 12 non-financial industries, from real estate to casinos. The legislation paved the way for Panama’s removal in February from a black list of high-risk jurisdictions kept by the Financial Action Task Force, an inter-government agency that sets standards for controlling money laundering and terror financing.In a statement issued Monday, Mossack Fonseca said: “Our industry is not particularly well understood by the public, and unfortunately this series of articles will only serve to deepen that confusion. The facts are these: while we may have been the victim of a data breach, nothing in this illegally obtained cache of documents suggests we’ve done anything wrong or illegal, and that’s very much in keeping with the global reputation we’ve worked hard to build over the past 40 years of doing business the right way.”Until recently, Panama was one of the few jurisdictions allowing companies to issue “bearer shares,” which obscure any record of ownership by giving whoever is in possession of a stock certificate ownership rights. Legislation last year banned the practice although outstanding bearer shares still circulate while the legislation is being implemented.Still, Varela’s close relationship with Ramon Fonseca is likely to bring questions about his commitment to transparency. Until recently, Fonseca was president of the governing Panamenista party and served in Varela’s Cabinet as a special adviser. He resigned in February after authorities in Brazil raided the offices of a Mossack Fonseca affiliate as part of the investigation into bribes paid to politicians by companies doing business with the state-run oil giant Petrobras.Varela himself was hit with unproven allegations during the 2014 presidential campaign that he evaded taxes and took money from an illegal gambling ring in the U.S.Some say Panama’s stigma as a haven for illicit cash is well deserved and cleaning up will be hard. While the regulatory framework has greatly improved, old habits are ingrained and many of Panama’s bankers and lawyers have little to fear from the country’s corrupt prosecutors and judges.“This scandal is truly an indication of the schizophrenia of Panama’s ruling class,” said RM Koster, an American-born novelist who has made his home in Panama City for decades. “They want to pretend to live in a first world country run by serious people but at the same time won’t give up the culture of graft, bribes, etcetera.”___Associated Press writer Juan Zamorano reported this story in Panama City and AP writer Joshua Goodman reported from Bogota, Colombia.___Joshua Goodman on Twitter: https://twitter.com/APjoshgoodman. His work can be found at: http://bigstory.ap.org/journalist/joshua-goodman.
← Previous Story AG Copenhagen is the Danish champion 2011/2012! Next Story → Chris Mohr (Great Britain):”We are very excited about the OG” The European Handball Federation has to announce the withdrawal of the Dutch Handball Federation from the organisation of the 2012 Women’s EHF European Handball Championship Final Tournament, scheduled to take place in the Netherlands from 4 to 16 December 2012.Following discussions between the Dutch Handball Federation and the EHF, written confirmation of the federation’s withdrawal was received today.The organisational right for the women’s national team event will now be offered to an alternative host nation.The EHF is currently in positive negotiations with a number of its member federations to find a suitable host for the event.Participating nations, partners and the media will informed accordingly once an alternative organiser for the event has been confirmed.As a consequence of the withdrawal from the organisation of the event, the Final Tournament Draw scheduled to take place on Wednesday, 6 June 2012 in Rotterdam, Netherlands has been cancelled.A new date and venue for the draw event will be announced by the EHF in due course.TEXT: EHF Women’s EHF EURO 2012
Macau’s gross gaming revenue fell well short of predictions in September, rising just 2.8% year-on-year to MOP$21.9 billion due to the mid-month impact of Typhoon Mangkhut.Originally tipped to record revenue growth in the low-to-mid teens, the city’s casinos instead came in considerably below post-typhoon estimates of between 6% and 12%. The poorer than expected result has been attributed to the ongoing effects of Typhoon Mangkhut on travel routes and infrastructure, while the industry suffered its biggest hit at the height of the storm when authorities ordered all 42 of Macau’s casinos closed for a period of 29 hours from 11pm on Saturday 14 September until 4am on Monday 16 September. Big trouble in little China Strong VIP growth sees Okada Manila GGR climb 72% in August JW Marriott at Galaxy Macau named venue and Galaxy Entertainment Group named Venue Sponsor for 2019 Asian Gaming Power 50 Black Tie Gala Dinner RelatedPosts Load More According to Union Gaming’s Grant Govertsen, the lasting effects of the storm were considerably more than first thought.“Our on-the-ground assessment after the typhoon passed was that damage to Macau was very slight and that GGR could be impacted by upwards of 700 bps relative to our initial +14% forecast for the month,” Govertsen said in a Monday note.“With the benefit of hindsight, and in the context of the damage in Hong Kong being much more severe than in Macau, we believe the period of time that was needed to get casinos back to normal extended well beyond the Monday morning re-openings.”Despite the storm, September continued a run of 26 consecutive months of GGR growth for Asia’s gaming hub, with 3Q18 up 10.2% and the full year tracking at +15.9% through the first nine months.Govertsen also paints a rosy picture for the short term, stating that he had spoken with a number of casino operators in recent days and that, “Generally speaking, and the obvious Mangkhut-related slowdown notwithstanding, the outlook on current trends remains quite positive.“Importantly, all of the operators we have spoken with have confirmed that they have not yet seen any changes in customer behavior (e.g. trip frequency, wallet size), nor are they seeing any material issues or concerns with their junket partners.”
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Representational image, taken from The Economist articleThe Bangladesh Awami League does not have to rely on ‘ruthlessness’ to overcome electoral challenges, given the economic success and favourable opinion polls, says The Economist.In an article published on 8 November, the British specialised magazine welt on trends of Bangladesh elections and pointed out that when the electoral game has appeared to be fair, voter turnout has been strong.“When it has looked tilted, voters have stayed at home,” it wrote, adding that on each occasion of the elections in Bangladesh, “the political landscape has looked radically different.”The Economist narrated the history of Bangladesh elections on a single sentence: “There have been times of single-party dominance, of army rule, of fiery protest and boycott, and also times when, after millions of voters have peacefully cast their ballots, parties have politely alternated in power.”The AL came to power through a landslide victory in 2008 parliamentary polls and has clung on to power after a one-sided ballot boycotted by all major opposition parties in 2014.According to the article, the AL, which has “grown fat and bossy” after so long in power, seems to be “determined to secure a third consecutive five-year term by hook or by crook”.About the latest political developments after formation of the Jatiya Oikya Front, the Economist said all of a sudden, the mood has changed. “The country’s 165m people might just get a competitive – although certainly not fair – election.”The opposition coalition raised seven major demands including polls under non-party government, and release of former prime minister and BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia.The article mentioned that the AL says it will not bend the constitution to suit opposition demands – despite the fact that, from 1996 until 2011, when the Awami League itself changed the rules, the constitution required caretaker governments to oversee elections.The BNP, The Economist believes, still has a strong grass-roots following, and by all accounts the relentless persecution of recent months has stirred a surge of sympathy for it.The magazine also quoting the BNP said the Awami League has instigated no fewer than 90,000 lawsuits against it, entangling some 2.5 million party workers in endless litigation.Apart from higher economic growth and polls that favour the AL’s popularity, The Economist highlighted prime minister Sheikh Hasina’s capability of making change, especially the shift in forming certain informal alliance with conservative Hefajat-e-Islam.“Will these advantages persuade her [Sheikh Hasina] to let democracy run its natural course, or will she instead keep trying to tame the current?” The Economist concluded with the question.
Running an NFL franchise isn’t as hard as the Browns make it look The Browns fired Executive VP of Football Operations, Sashi Brown, after an 0-12 start to the 2017 season, and only one win last season. This means it’s time for yet another front office overhaul for Cleveland, who hasn’t had a franchise quarterback since Vinny Testaverde.Colin is the first to admit that running an NFL franchise isn’t easy, but if someone just used mock drafts and coin flips to make decisions they wouldn’t do better than Cleveland has done. The good news is the Browns are only 2 to 3 rebuilds away from contending for a playoff spot.There’s no end in sight for the biggest dumpster fire in professional sports. NFL players don’t need to be lectured about the risks of playing footballThe Bengals and Steelers held their latest AFC North UFC fight which saw numerous flags, multiple suspendable hits, and a scary injury to Pittsburgh linebacker Ryan Shazier. The game renewed the outrage from those that say football poses serious long term health risks for players, but Colin thinks people need to stop lecturing NFL players about the risks of CTE and injury like they’re incapable of understanding.The NFL has the highest percentage of players with college degrees of any major professional sports league, and its players understand the risks brain damage, and the potential that a catastrophic injury like Shazier’s can happen at anytime. They also understand there are also immense benefits that playing in the NFL affords them, and they are willing to take the risk.The NFL isn’t for everyone, but its players see the risks up close every week and know them better than anyone.Guests:Chris Broussard – FS1 NBA Analyst is in-studio breaking down the Cavs 13-game when streak; why Colin should give their roster more credit; if LaVar Ball’s antics are affecting the Lakers; and his Top 5 NBA players under 21.Jason McIntyre – FS1 Analyst and founder of The Big Lead is in-studio talking LeBron to L.A.; why he could win the MVP this season; and how the Jets could end up with Baker Mayfield.Peter Schrager – Fox NFL Insider joins the show to talk Browns rebooting again; why Giants fans are so invested in Eli; and the player comp for Baker Mayfield.Greg Cosell – NFL Network Senior Producer joins the show to discuss the Patriots game plan without Gronk; and what he sees with Dak and Goff.
Mortgage Servicing Rights new residential corp Ocwen ocwen shares 2017-05-02 Aly J. Yale It seems Ocwen is finally getting a reprieve from its recent streak of bad news. The servicer’s stock has spiked since a recent acquisition announcement by New Residential Corporation, which will purchase a portion of Ocwen’s mortgage servicing rights for the next five years.Ocwen stock rose as high as 46 percent following the announcement, reaching $3.32 per share at its peak. Shares currently sit at $3.08 as of 1 p.m. May 2—a stark contrast to prices just a few weeks before.Ocwen shares have plummeted since the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, along with 21 U.S. states, sued the lender for committing errors in its mortgaging process. At one point, Ocwen’s shares dropped more than 50 percent, hitting as low as $2.23 toward the end of April.Stock on New Residential Corp. has also jumped following the acquisition announcement, rising more than 3 percent just this week; it now sits at $16.90 per share.According to the deal, New Residential act as a subservicer for Ocwen for the next five years, taking on $117 billion in mortgage servicing rights. It will also pay an upfront fee of $425 million, as well as an equity investment. The investment will entitle New Residential to 4.9 percent of the company. The two companies had partnered previously, though New Residential’s servicing rights were never “fully-owned.””We are excited about the prospect of this new arrangement and expect that this agreement will further strengthen what I view as an already strong partnership by eliminating some of the uncertainties inherent in the existing arrangement, which will be good for shareholders of both companies,” said Ron Faris, President and CEO of Ocwen.Ocwen has made lots of headlines as of late, as the CFPB and numerous states filed suit against it. The company responded by filing restraining orders against cease and desists issued by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation and the Commissioner of Banks of the Massachusetts Division of Banks. Ocwen has also filed two motions to expedite a court ruling on the constitutionality of the CFPB, as well as a third motion to invite the Department of Justice to take part in the case.Fitch Ratings recently issued a new Servicer Rating for the organization, dropping it from “Stable” to “Negative.” May 2, 2017 600 Views Ocwen Gets Good News; Shares Spike in Daily Dose, Headlines, Servicing Share
Azamara Club Cruises has announced the appointment of Carol Cabezas to Chief Operation Officer. As COO for Azamara Club Cruises, she will be responsible for the full range of operations of the cruise line including sales, marketing, revenue, finance deployment and shipboard operations.Cabezas has been a part of the Royal Caribbean team for the last 17 years and has held a variety of leadership roles across sales, finance and revenue management. Most recently, she served as Vice President of Investor Relations for Royal Caribbean Cruises LTD. “Carol is no stranger to the Royal Caribbean family and we know she will be an incredible asset to Azamara,” said Larry Pimentel President & CEO of Azamara Club Cruises. “She brings expertise across a variety of important channels and we look forward to elevating the brand through strategic planning and ideas coming from our internal leadership team.” appointmentsAzamara ClubcruiseRoyal Caribbean
(AP Photo/Darron Cummings) Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact He listed several options for the second round early Friday morning.James Daniels, G/C, IowaDaniels had the No. 1 run-block grade from Pro Football Focus last season at 89.1. Running back David Johnson could thrive behind him as he aims for a comeback, and Daniels would add depth to the Cardinals line that faced injury after injury in 2017.Combine profile: 21 bench press reps, 30.5-inch vertical jump.Mock draft placement: CBS – No. 39 (Before Thursday, No. 21), NFL – No. 44 SI – No. 34 (Before Thursday, No. 22)Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota StateGoedert had a 1,293-yard junior year and an 1,111-yard senior year, combining for 164 receptions and 18 touchdowns during those two seasons. He would be a likely replacement for Troy Niklas, who signed with the Patriots. The Cardinals also have Ricky Seals-Jones on their roster.Combine profile: 23 bench press reps.Mock draft placement: CBS – No. 40, NFL – No. 55 (Before Thursday, No. 32), SI – No. 44Will Hernandez, OL, University of Texas, El PasoHe was Pro Football Focus’ top ranked guard in 2016 and was listed at No. 19 on PFF’s Top-100. Like Daniels, Hernandez would provide a boost at a thin Cardinals position. Combine profile: 5.15-second 40-yard dash, 37 bench press reps, 24-inch vertical jump.Mock draft placement: CBS – No. 34 (No. 18), NFL – No. 34 (No. 21), SI – No. 40 (No. 30)Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&MThe Scottsdale Saguaro High School product logged 919 receiving yards and 26 touchdowns last season. He also served as a kick and punt returner and was given some running plays at A&M. Kirk could be a receiver to fill the shoes of Larry Fitzgerald when the time comes.Combine profile: 4.47-second 40-yard dash, 20 bench prep reps, 35.5-inch vertical jump.Mock draft placement: CBS – No. 47, NFL – No. 59, SI – No. 47 (No. 29)Connor Williams, OL, TexasGambo’s 5 is full of offensive lineman. Though Williams was injured in 2017, he was dominant in 2016, only allowing four pressures all season, according to PFF, which gave him a 91.1 rating that season.Combine profile: 5.05-second 40-yard dash, 26 bench press reps, 34-inch vertical jump.Mock draft placement: CBS – No. 35 (No. 32), NFL – No. 38, SI – No. 33 (No. 32) Ahead of the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft on Friday, 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s John Gambadoro has released the second round of his Top 5.For those unfamiliar, Gambo narrows down the targets he believes the Cardinals will target in the draft. On Day 1, he listed Josh Rosen as an honorable mention: “If they do make a move to go get a quarterback, it’s not for Baker Mayfield (and) it’s not for Josh Allen because I don’t think those guys are reachable. How far will Rosen fall?” Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 13 Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling
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produced from solar or wind power plants according to the researchers Read More: Why Climate Change Could Hurt Power Production "A process like this would allow you to consume extra electricity when its available to make and store as ethanol" Rondinone said "This could help to balance a grid supplied by intermittent renewable sources" Write to Justin Worland at justinworland@timecomIDEAS Marjorie S Rosenthal is Assistant Director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the Yale University School of Medicine and Public Voices Fellow with The Op-Ed Project About six weeks before my parents 53rd wedding anniversary each one of them got on the phone and told me that living together wasnt working out My mother called and told me that my father had walked across the hall to the neighbors apartment and refused to come back He was over there complaining about her He went over just after they got home from what she thought had been a lovely day "I wonder if he should be living here" she told me When my father came back to the apartment my mother put him on the phone "Its just not working out" he told me "I am living with this woman and I am doing so much work for her I am constantly cleaning for her and she is not helping me" "Dad thats Mom youre living with Your wife" I reminded him "Who" asked my father who had Alzheimers Disease For weeks before this incident my mother had been half-heartedly investigating Alzheimers units in residential settings Now he was saying it was the right time Could they really be in sync on this one of their last decisions as a married couple Was just enough of my fathers brain working that he and my mother were still emotionally tied in that same way they were when they celebrated milestones or meted out punishments for the adolescent foibles of their offspring When it became clear to me a few years earlier that my father had early Alzheimers I told my mother she should ask him what he wanted to do if the disease took over his ability to reasonWhere did he want to live What kinds of medical interventions did he want What were his values about how he wanted to live and die She said she would have the discussion And then she didnt She said it was too hard My mother is not alone Of the family members caring for the more than 5 million Americans with Alzheimer’s many never have conversations with their loved ones regarding what they want other people to do for them when they get sick or disabled While more than 80% of elderly people already living in a nursing home have written plans for what they want their loved ones to do only 35% of Americans have written down their end-of-life wishes Interventions aimed at increasing advance-care planning are successful in creating plans increasing discussions among loved ones having the plans carried out and decreasing the stress anxiety and depression among family members that can accompany making these decisions Yet without a specific intervention aimed at increasing the process the barriers are all too real Family members don’t want to talk about it because they don’t want to worry each other they mistrust the health-care system or they dont live close enough to each other to have the discussion face-to-face Health-care providers don’t initiate the discussions because they don’t feel skilled at it they don’t have a long-standing relationship with the family they think the conversation should be initiated by the patient or they don’t want to deprive the patient and family of hope During this month National Alzheimers Disease and Caregiver Month I hope we can work on increasing these discussions Since doctors dont feel trained well enough to have these discussions we as a health-care system can highlight ways to change that and empower families to have these conversations with one another and their health-care providers Starting Jan 1 2016 Medicare will start reimbursing for these discussions Private health insurance is likely to follow Since its hard to know exactly when my father’s Alzheimers started its hard to know how long my mother was caring for my father at home Over those years she dutifully lovingly and increasingly cared for his needs Yet despite what I am convinced was a great marriage for the first 45 years she never knew his wishes because they never talked about them Maybe she wanted him to initiate the conversation Maybe she didn’t want to deprive himor herselfof hope Maybe their health-care providers felt the same way Six months after my parents’ phone call to me my mother moved my father into a long-term residential care facility where he lived until his death about 15 months later Those 15 months and the nine months since have been hard for my mother in a million big and tiny ways She made decisions for both of them without the benefit of his input She survived and is thriving I just wish the health-care system could have eased the process for 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