REGINA – Saskatchewan’s budget deficit is down slightly halfway through the fiscal year, tax revenue has taken a dip despite a higher provincial sales tax and a $300-million contingency fund has been drained.Finance Minister Donna Harpauer says the 2017-18 deficit projection sits at $679 million — $6 million less than the budget estimate last spring.The province is also expecting to bring in $53 million less than it had anticipated in March from taxes and non-renewable resources.Harpauer says the budget is still on track because there have been increases in other revenue sources, such as a fuel tax, and a strong economic outlook is making for positive growth in the GDP for the first time in two years.The contingency fund, however, is pretty much gone.The province had already used about half of it in the first quarter to cover public-sector salaries when workers failed to agree to a 3.5 per cent pay cut.“Compensation savings projected at budget are not likely to be achieved in 2017-18,” Harpauer said in a release Wednesday. “This, combined with the lower revenue projection, fully uses the $300-million planned contingency.”Harpauer said the government is still trying to push through wage reductions.“While it is taking longer than we would have liked, our government has asked employers to continue to pursue compensation savings, as part of continuing to manage our expenses very carefully as we pursue our plan to balance the budget by 2019-20.”The austerity budget delivered last spring was, by Premier Brad Wall’s own admission, unpopular with voters because of cuts that were made to help tackle a $1.3-billion deficit from last year.The deficit was due in large part to low resource prices, although Harpauer said Wednesday rising oil prices and strong oilfield investment are expected to support stronger growth in 2018.Another factor helping the bottom line is that expenses are now projected at $9 million less due in part to fewer than expected crop insurance claims.The Saskatchewan Party government took a number of measures in the budget to fight the deficit. They included increasing and expanding the provincial sales tax to six per cent from five and shutting down the Crown-owned Saskatchewan Transportation Co.The government also slashed funding to libraries, community-based organizations and to funeral services for people on social assistance, although it eventually backtracked on those plans.The provincial branch of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation said balancing the budget should be the top priority for all candidates vying for the leadership of the Saskatchewan Party.A replacement for Wall, who is retiring from politics, is to be elected Jan. 27.
“Social services are barely functional. The economy is in ruins. Prices have soared. Hospitals have been damaged. Schools have turned into shelters or have been taken over by armed groups,” UNICEF Executive Director Henriette Fore told journalists in Geneva on Tuesday, describing her trip to the key cities of Aden and Sana’a.Having witnessed first-hand the effects of three years of intense war, after decades of underdevelopment and chronic global indifference can do to children, Ms. Fore spelled out some of what children there are going through. She said that they were routinely “taken out of school, forced to fight, married off, hungry, dying from preventable diseases,” she began, adding that “today, 11 million children in Yemen – more than the entire population of Switzerland – need help getting food, treatment, education, water and sanitation.”Since 2015, health facilities have been cut by more than half; 1,500 schools have been damaged by airstrikes and shelling; and at least 2,200 children have been killed with around 3,400 injured, according to the UNICEF chief. “These are only numbers we have been able to verify. The actual figures could be even higher,” she said. “There is no justification for this carnage.”The protection of children…should remain paramount at all times – Henriette Fore, UNICEF Executive DirectorMs. Fore described some of the individual children she met, such as a young girl receiving psychological support after fleeing violence in the port city of Hodeida – which is living under the threat of a major offensive – who presented her with a drawing of the world she wished to live in.“It was the opposite of the world surrounding her, one of displacement, destruction and fear,” Ms. Fore said.She described visiting health facilities, and a ward for malnourished children where an eight-month old child weighed that of a newborn. In a neonatal intensive care unit, she heard how a pair of conjoined twins simply could not get the surgery they needed to survive. She said she had met committed, overstretched health staff who had not been paid in two years: “And yet the conflict goes on,” said the UNICEF chief.She explained that around 5,000 families had fled Hodeida over the past two weeks, where basic commodities including flour and cooking gas were dwindling, electricity was unavailable in most of the city and damage to the water supply had caused severe shortagesThe Executive Director called it “critical” that families be allowed to voluntarily leave and that infrastructure be kept safe. “The protection of children – from landmines, recruitment, exploitation and attack – should remain paramount at all times,” Ms. Fore addedSince January, more than 250 UNICEF staff have remained in Aden, Sanaa, Idlib, Hodeida and Saada – serving children while dealing with life in a war zone.“We are committed to doing all we can to help the children and young people of Yemen but there should be a political solution to the conflict,” she stressed. “We all need to give peace a chance. It is the only way forward,” concluded the UNICEF chief. read more
OSU junior forward Shayla Cooper (32) during a game against Nebraska on Feb. 18 at the Schottenstein Center. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead | Photo EditorThe Ohio State women’s basketball team nearly limped into the NCAA tournament following a pair of excruciating end-of-the-season overtime losses, a semifinal exit from the Big Ten tournament and an untimely injury to senior guard Ameryst Alston.The odds of advancing deep in the NCAA tournament are usually unfavorable to teams that have problems pile up in March, but the Buckeyes have been resilient despite facing adversity. On Sunday afternoon at St. John Arena, the pressure was at its peak with a trip to the Sweet 16 on the line.Despite a back-and-forth struggle with sixth-seeded West Virginia, the Mountaineers eventually fell victim to their plethora of turnovers, with the 27th and final one pounding the nail in their coffin. “We just started to apply more pressure in our press to get them to turn the ball over,” said junior forward Shayla Cooper.With just under 30 seconds remaining and the Buckeyes leading by four points, sophomore guard Kelsey Mitchell ran down the court to recover an errant Mountaineers pass. The heads-up play secured an 88-81 victory and Sweet 16 berth for the Buckeyes, as the layup finally put West Virginia out of reach. “These last two and a half weeks it’s been pressure, in capital words: PRESSURE,” Mitchell said. “I think when we applied that and we did that, I think it helped us.”Mitchell led the way for the Buckeyes by setting a school record for points in an NCAA tournament game with 45, aided by making 18 of her 22 attempts from the free-throw line. Cooper added 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.Senior guard Bria Holmes was the high scorer for the Mountaineers, netting 21 points.West Virginia stifled OSU from the moment the two teams tipped off. Almost immediately, one could tell the Buckeyes were going to be in for a more physical challenge than the one that No. 14 seed Buffalo imposed on Friday. On top of playing suffocating defense from the onset, the Mountaineers also had an apparent height advantage over the Buckeyes. However, after using the first quarter to settle into a comfortable pace and feel for the game, West Virginia’s defense became permeable for OSU.“I know our main focus, as coach (Kevin) McGuff put big emphasis on, is pushing the ball as fast as possible, getting the ball out as quick as possible,” Mitchell said.The Mountaineers did, though, continuously hold an advantage all afternoon on the boards. On top of outrebounding the Buckeyes by 11 boards on the day, West Virginia also did not allow an OSU offensive rebound over the entire first half.Thus, the Buckeyes did not have a sufficient amount of second-chance opportunities to counteract West Virginia’s efficient start. In addition to missing out on extra scoring opportunities, OSU had difficulties converting in the first place.“We love to run too, so it was an up-and-down game,” Holmes said. “I feel like it was anybody’s game from the tip.”One of the Buckeyes who started off cold was Mitchell, who missed her first three shots. However, she quickly became accustomed to the defensive tendencies of West Virginia. Mitchell broke the Mountaineers’ man-to-man defense with her fluid ball-handling skills and ability to open up previously closed lanes. “She handles the ball and has got speed and quickness like nobody else in college basketball,” McGuff said. “West Virginia is a really good defensive team, but I think we were able to get into transition and just play with enough spacing to give her opportunities to drive the ball, and it was really effective for us today.”The sophomore guard closed out the half as the game’s leading scorer, connecting on six of her eight successive attempts for 20 points.It was Mitchell’s aggressive efforts combined with characteristically sloppy play from the Mountaineers that fueled uncontested runs of nine and eight points during the second quarter. West Virginia averaged just over 16 turnovers per game during the regular season, but it had already racked up 14 heading into the second half. The Buckeyes ended up turning the 27 total turnovers into 40 points, which — on top of 3-point shooting and a surplus of trips to the foul line — was one of the differences in the outcome of Sunday’s second-round matchup.“The momentum of the game was up, so I felt we were just rushing things,” Holmes said. “We should’ve slowed some more and executed better.”It was runs like the Buckeyes put together in the second quarter on Sunday that buried Buffalo in the first round of the tournament two days prior. Eventually the Buckeyes did the same to West Virginia.“We tried to put a lot of pressure in the backcourt in our press, and I think it was really, really effective down the stretch,” Mitchell said.While OSU struggled at times to gain a solid footing during the first quarter, the back-to-back spurts that started off the second period tied the game, then subsequently established an eight-point lead. The Buckeyes maintained a shaky two-possession lead for most of the second half, but fatigue seemed to be setting in. Unlike Friday’s contest, the Buckeyes did not dig as deep into the bench despite Alston returning to the lineup with a sprained right wrist. Alston logged 21 minutes off the bench against the Mountaineers, but the air-tight score that lingered for most of the game primarily kept OSU’s starting five on the court.“That’s probably their — I don’t want to say weakness because they just beat us — but they’re not as deep as a lot of teams we play,” said West Virginia coach Mike Carey. McGuff will have a few days to mull over how he wants to distribute the reserve minutes before the Buckeyes’ Sweet 16 matchup on either March 27 or March 28 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. OSU is set to face the winner of the second-round contest between No. 7 seed Tennessee and second-seeded Arizona State. Those two teams are scheduled to play Sunday at 9 p.m. in Tempe, Arizona. read more
He said: “The Prime Minister and her Government have been consistent in their attempts to reduce Stop and Search to fit a political agenda. Stop and Search is at an all-time low and knife crime is at an all-time high. This cause and effect is not difficult to understand, is it…..?” Backing a crackdown, Anne Longfield, the Children’s Commissioner, warned that the rate of exclusions and off rolling was fuelling gang violence. She said she planned to collect data from every local authority to identify schools where it was “happening the most often.”She told the Daily Telegraph: “Sometimes there is a temptation for some schools to exclude awkward or disruptive pupils from a school to game exam league tables. That temptation can be removed by insisting figures for excluded pupils are included in performance data and by fining schools who are deliberately off-rolling.“Whilst I accept that as a last resort there will be occasions where there is no other choice than to exclude a child, it cannot be right that so many children whose lives are starting to take a wrong path, and who could be diverted from that path, are being chucked out of school just because they are seen as too difficult to cope with or teach.” Yosef Makki is the latest teenager to die in Britain’s knife crime epidemic Writing in the Daily Telegraph, Mr Cooke said: “The feeling among officers in Birmingham is that the current operation is paying great dividends across the city.He went on: “Arrests are up and with them numerous dangerous weapons have been removed from the streets. The message appears clearly understood. “The number of exclusions we are seeing all seem absolutely to be heading in the wrong direction,” said the home secretary, adding that there were “no shortcuts, no single solution” and that “co-ordinated action on multiple fronts” was needed to combat the knife crime wave.With excluded children aged 10 to 15 seven times more likely to carry knives, the review by former children’s minister Edward Timpson is expected to propose schools should remain “accountable for the educational outcomes” of pupils they exclude, according to drafts of his report.This would mean their performance would count towards a school’s league table position and “remove the potential” for head teachers to game the system by “permanently excluding children at the most crucial time in their education.” Police in the Perry Barr area of the city tweeted that they had arrested one 14 and another 15-year-old in possession of knives in the past few days.Latest Home Office figures show that in the year ending March 2018, there were 279,598 stops and searches conducted by police officers in England and Wales. This was a fall of 8% compared with the previous year and continuing the downward trend since the peak in the year ending March 2011 when there 1,229,324 stop and searches. Mr Cooke’s comments were echoed by Stu Berry, the chairman of the Manchester Police Federation, where detectives continue to investigate the knife murder of 17-year-old A Level student and aspiring doctor, Yousef Makki. Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, has said there are no easy solutions to the knife crime epidemicCredit:PA Jody Chesney was murdered in east London on March 1 Emergency stop and search powers for the police need to be introduced across the country in order to stem the knife crime epidemic, a senior police leader has warned.Section 60 powers, which allow frontline officers to search suspects without grounds, have already seen scores of deadly weapons taken off the streets of Birmingham since being introduced last week.West Midlands Police gave the green light for the controversial measure following the knife murders of three teenagers in just 11 days.Now following another deadly weekend, which saw two 17-year-olds stabbed to death in Manchester and Birmingham, police leaders are calling for the measures to be rolled out nationally.Richard Cooke, the chairman of the West Midlands Police Federation, said officers had been absent from the streets for too long and this had encouraged a “sense of licence” among people to carry knives.He said the tangible success of the use of Section 60 over the past week was proof of how effective a tactic it was in saving people’s lives. There were also calls for schools to take more responsibility to pupils who were excluded.A government review has recommended that schools should be forced to include excluded pupils in their league table results, amid warnings that a culture of “off rolling” problem children is fuelling a knife crime epidemic. “For too long police have been absent from the streets in any numbers, and this has encouraged a sense of licence amongst those carrying knives, whatever their initial motivation to do so.”The Section 60 power itself was once utilised far more regularly and widely at local level in Birmingham to combat the threat of violence dynamically. Its use over last week has reminded us just how effective this tactic can be.” The Police Federation responded by accusing the Prime Minister of being “delusional” in denying there was a link between police numbers and knife crime. David Jamieson, the police and crime commissioner for the West Midlands which has seen 10 murders already this year, said schools that offrolled pupils should also face fines of £25,000 to £40,000 to pay for the education of the children they discarded. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. The review, due to be published within weeks, is also proposing the Government should tackle the “cliff edge” of the January census before children sit their GCSEs where schools can “divest themselves of responsibility so long as children move on before this point.”The number of pupils permanently excluded has risen by 75% to almost 8,000 in five years, while Ofsted found 19,000 pupils were removed from school rolls before taking their GCSEs in 2017. The use of stop and search has proved controversial Scores of weapons have been taken off the streets in stop and search operationsCredit:Julian Simmonds In #perrybarrcustody today:15 y/o male possession 3″ kitchen knife14 y/o male also with a knife21 y/o driving with baseball bat & tyre iron in car with no lawful excuse22 y/o with a hammer in passenger footwell with no lawful excuse56 y/o with a flick knife#knifecrime— CID West Midlands (@DetectivesWMP) March 1, 2019 “The offrolling of 19,000 children is nothing short of a national disgrace. They are just going onto the streets where they become victims of the gangs,” he said.Robert Halfon, chair of the education select committee, said making schools partially accountable for the outcomes of excluded and off rolled children was a “number one priority in terms of dealing with knife crime.” “This is an epidemic now,” he said.The Department for Education said a legal mechanism to hold schools accountable for excluded pupils was “not off the table.”The Prime Minister vowed to tackle the causes of knife crime by addressing the issues which led “so many young people” to carry blades. However, she maintained there was “no direct correlation between certain crimes and police numbers”.”What matters is how we ensure that police are responding to these criminal acts when they take place, that people are brought to justice,” she said.”But what also matters is, as a Government, that we look at the issues which underpin, that underlie, this use of knives and that we act on those.That’s a cross-Government approach, it’s not just about the police, it’s about the whole of Government and it’s the whole of Government that’s responding.” Deputy Assistant Commissioner Graham McNulty said officers had conducted more than 2,500 searches in the last three days alone, seizing thousands of weapons.But politicians remained at odds over the best way to tackle the crisis, which has seen eight teenagers stabbed to death across Britain since the start of 2019.Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary told MPs there was “no single solution” and “no shortcut” to tackling the problem.Former Met Commissioner, Lord Hogan-Howe called for a knife tsar to be appointed to get a grip on youth violence. Brooke Kinsella, the actress whose brother Ben was stabbed to death in London in 2008 and now campaigns against knife violence, also called for an uplift of police stop and search powers.She said: “Properly resourced policing and appropriate sentences for offenders have a role to play. Stop and search, for example, is a useful tactic for containing or diverting knife crime.”As a response to the murder of 17-year-old Jody Chesney in east London on Friday, the Metropolitan Police has dramatically increased the number of stop and searches taking place. read more
HOCKINSON — Greg Saum’s theater students at Hockinson High School refer to themselves as a “dramily,” or “drama family.”“In theater, these guys, they have to put themselves out there, and they’re at that age where it’s uncomfortable to do that,” Saum said. “I want to create an ensemble feel among the students to help with that. My feeling is, when they become a dramily, they’re in that for the long haul. Lately, we’ve been saying ‘dramily for life.’ ”The students and Saum, director for the Hockinson High School Theatre Company, are now trying to help a dramily member, John Crawford, 18, who graduated from Hockinson last year. On Jan. 7, Crawford and his brother, Justin Crawford, 21, were involved in a car crash on their way back to Washington State University in Pullman. Their friend Dashiell Mortell, 19, of Bainbridge Island died in the wreck. The troupe will donate proceeds from Wednesday’s winter show to the brothers, who are now recovering.The Crawfords have been at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle since the wreck — Justin Crawford came home to Vancouver on Saturday, but is returning to Harborview today for more treatment — and have received an outpouring of support from family, friends and the extended families in the Hockinson and WSU communities.So far, Hockinson’s basketball teams have raised money for the family, and the boy’s basketball team wrote John Crawford’s Twitter handle on their warm-up jerseys. A GoFundMe page set up for the family has brought in more than $45,400 from 400-plus donors in the last two weeks. Others have stopped by to bring the family supplies, food and whatever else they need. Roxy’s Dog Ranch in Ridgefield cared for the family dog, Zeke, after he got sick on a trip to the Seattle area. read more
James Martin/CNET Facebook has run into trouble with Apple over a controversial data-collecting app the social network used for market research, and that could impact Facebook’s ability to test other apps internally.Facebook paid people between the ages of 13 to 35 up to $20 per month along with referral fees to download an app that allowed the company to access a user’s phone and web activity as part of market research. That software gives Facebook access to the users’ data including web searches, location data and private messages.On Wednesday, Apple blocked Facebook from offering the Facebook Research app to iPhone users. Facebook sidestepped Apple’s review process for consumer apps by going through a program that allows companies to create apps for their employees to use and test.”We designed our Enterprise Developer Program solely for the internal distribution of apps within an organization,” Apple said in an emailed statement. “Facebook has been using their membership to distribute a data-collecting app to consumers, which is a clear breach of their agreement with Apple.” The iPhone maker said it revoked Facebook’s enterprise certificates because it used these privileges to distribute apps to consumers. Apple said it pulled Facebook’s certificate to protect its users and their data. Facebook announced earlier it would pull the Facebook Research app for iPhone users, according to TechCrunch, which earlier had reported on the existence of the app. The company did not respond to questions about whether the Facebook Research app will still work for Android users.In an emailed statement, Facebook noted it didn’t share the data it got with anyone and that people can opt out whenever they want.”Key facts about this market research program are being ignored. Despite early reports, there was nothing ‘secret’ about this; it was literally called the Facebook Research App,” a spokesperson said.Facebook also disputed that it was spying on users.”It wasn’t ‘spying’ as all of the people who signed up to participate went through a clear on-boarding process asking for their permission and were paid to participate,” the spokesperson said.The company downplayed the use of the app by teenagers.”Less than 5 percent of the people who chose to participate in this market research program were teens. All of them with signed parental consent forms,” the spokesperson said. Since 2016, fewer than 150,000 people participated in the market research program, according to Facebook. Some privacy experts say consumers should stay away from this type of market research or read the fine print carefully if they’re considering taking part.”I think it’s highly unlikely that the vast majority of the people who went through this whole process really knew the kind of power they were giving Facebook when they clicked OK to install this (app),” said Bennett Cyphers, a staff technologist for the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Facebook’s loss of the certificate means that the company can’t distribute any internal iOS apps, according to The New York Times. That means that beta versions of software involving changes to Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger apps, as well as some employee apps, have stopped working, the publication reported, citing an unnamed person familiar with the situation.Facebook confirmed that Apple’s decision impacted apps used by Facebook employees. Comments Apple, Facebook support more privacy laws 1:32 Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 Share your voice iOS 12 Facebook Apple Apple Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? Sep 1 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors reading • Apple knocks Facebook with shutdown over app privacy flap • See All Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it 13 A clash over data privacyThe conflict is the latest example of Apple and Facebook butting heads. Facebook’s apps are among the most popular available in Apple’s App Store, but the two are near polar opposites when it comes to security and privacy. Apple makes money from selling us gadgets like the iPhone, not from collecting user data, which is Facebook’s strategy.Apple CEO Tim Cook has criticized Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and the social network’s practices. He’s said that Facebook failed to regulate itself, prompting the need for government intervention. During an interview with Vice late last year, Cook said he views “privacy as one of the most important issues of the 21st century.”But Facebook isn’t the only tech firm to land in hot water. Google may have also violated Apple’s rules by distributing an app called Screenwise Meter that allows the search giant to analyze a person’s iPhone usage. Internally, the clash between Apple and Facebook has angered the social media company’s employees, according to Business Insider. An internal memo obtained by the news outlet shows that the move by Apple is affecting apps used by employees, including a workplace version of Facebook and an app to hail rides. Facebook, which makes billions of dollars from selling ads, is still trying to rebuild trust with its users after a series of scandals. In March 2018, Facebook became embroiled in a scandal over the Cambridge Analytica research firm and its sharing of data on as many as 87 million Facebook users. That controversy, along with other aspects of Facebook’s handling of privacy issues, took center stage at hearings before the US Congress.Earlier reports pointed out that the app is similar to Facebook’s Onavo Protect app, which Apple previously banned over violations of its privacy rules. Facebook removed the Onavo app in August. Apple has also chastised other companies for violating its policies in the past. Apple CEO Tim Cook once threatened to yank Uber’s app. The problem arose after Uber reportedly built a feature into its app that could secretly identify and tag iPhone users, even after the app was deleted from users’ phones.As tech firms face calls for more regulation, some privacy groups are hoping that Facebook’s latest scandal will be the straw that finally breaks the camel’s back.”Hopefully,” Cyphers said, “this can serve as yet another cautionary tale of what these companies will do if they’re not properly regulated.”CNET’s Shara Tibken and Dara Kerr contributed to this report.First published Jan. 30, 7:03 a.m. PT.Updates, 8:45 a.m.: Adds information about problems with internal app development at Facebook; 12:19 p.m.: Includes background about Apple’s clash with Facebook and other tech firms; 5:15 p.m.: Adds comment from EFF; Jan 31 at 10:05 a.m.: Includes the number of participants in Facebook’s market research program. 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Note that the new operating-expense reporting approach doesn’t address what should be a bigger concern for Netflix investors: the $18.6 billion in “commitments and contingencies” the company reported as of Sept. 30. Of that amount, $10.4 billion isn’t reflected on the balance sheet — essentially a gigantic IOU that lets Netflix defer a big portion of what it has promised to pay talent (including Shonda Rhimes, Ryan Murphy and the Obamas), production companies, studios and other licensors until years into the future. Such off-balance-sheet arrangements aren’t unique to Netflix, but even as the company keeps increasing those long-term commitments it’s leaning heavily on debt to fund current payment obligations. Netflix reported $8.34 billion in long-term debt as of Sept. 30, up from $6.50 billion at the end of 2017.Meanwhile, in an effort to reduce the “lumpiness” in Netflix’s subscriber forecasts, the company also previously announced that starting with Q4 2018 results it will provide current-quarter guidance only for paid memberships (excluding free trial accounts). The company explained it this way: “Because growth in paid memberships is more steady, our forecast for paid net adds has been historically more accurate than our total net adds forecast.” For example, in Q2 of 2018, Netflix’s forecast for paid net adds was 11% higher than the actual number whereas its total net adds guidance was off by 17% — a miss that precipitated a plunge in the stock price.The changes in financial reporting were implemented under soon-to-be-departing CFO David Wells. He will leave the company after Netflix poached Activision Blizzard finance chief Spencer Neumann, as announced this week, to succeed Wells. Popular on Variety But the accounting change does reveal that Netflix has spent more on building out and operating the subscription-streaming business than it had previously reported, particularly overseas.Under Netflix’s restated results, for the first nine month of 2018 it spent $534 million more on streaming operations than previously reported (an amount representing about 5% of total operating costs for the period). Of that $534 million, 61% — or $328 million — was a reallocation in the international streaming segment. On the restated 2017 expenses, Netflix reallocated $532 million (around 6% of operating costs) to streaming, of which 62% was for international.In addition, the change lowered the operating profits for Netflix’s streaming segments, making them look less profitable than they did before.In the U.S., the streaming contribution margin of 38.9% as Netflix previously reported for the first nine months of 2018 was restated as 35.3%. International streaming contribution margin changed from 16.0% to 10.2% for the first three quarters of 2018; for full-year 2017, it changed from 4.5% as previously reported to -2.0%.Netflix says the change in operating-expense accounting provides a more accurate reflection of its business, especially as it shifts to “self-produce and create more of its own content rather than license or procure it from third parties.”According to Netflix, “the nature of the work performed by certain personnel has changed to be more directly related to the development, marketing and delivery of our service.” In addition, according to Netflix’s 8-K filing, the change “will also align external presentation of personnel related expenses with the way that the company’s chief operating decision maker expects to assess profitability and make resource allocation decisions going forward.”Specifically, Netflix reclassified expenses for staff who support global content and marketing (previously classified under G&A expenses) into “cost of revenues” and “marketing,” respectively. It also shifted expenses for personnel that support global streaming delivery (previously classified in “technology and development”) to “cost of revenues.” Netflix has changed the way it accounts for personnel expenses related to its streaming service — a move showing the company has invested more in its global streaming rollout than previously disclosed.As detailed in an SEC filing posted Thursday, Netflix is reallocating costs for employees previously recorded in “general and administrative” (G&A) and “technology and development” line items into cost of revenues and marketing, a change that will take effect in its reporting fourth-quarter 2018 results. The company released revised operating expense results going back to 2016 to provide comparable financial info.Overall, the change doesn’t alter the picture of Netflix’s financial health. The new accounting method has no effect on Netflix’s consolidated operating income, net income or cash flows. Netflix had previously announced the plans to reclassify the operating expense line items in announcing Q3 earnings. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 read more
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Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Torrijos called it “propagandistic pragmatism,” which he said is apt to play well among people who like to cheer on anyone who stands up to the United States and its allies.Such people have played a big role in electing leftist leaders all across South America over the past decade such as Evo Morales in Bolivia and Cristina Fernandez in Argentina.Marta Lagos, director of the Chile-based Latinobarometro polling firm, said she found it remarkable how Correa seized an opportunity to become standard-bearer of the sovereignty of little nations fed up with the sometimes imperious U.S. meddling in Latin America exposed in 2010 when WikiLeaks unleashed a quarter million cables sent home by Washington’s diplomats.“It makes the world bigger,” she said. “There have been very few times when an emerging, underdeveloped country like Ecuador has committed an international political act of this potency.”Correa was a big cheerleader of that effort and he and Assange shared a clear affinity in May when the former Australian hacker interviewed Correa for his Kremlin-funded TV program.“Your WikiLeaks have made us stronger,” he told Assange.One cable published by WikiLeaks prompted Correa to expel a U.S. ambassador in 2010 for alleging a former Ecuadorean police chief was corrupt and suggesting Correa had looked the other way. 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Don Shooter shows health improvement Comments Share He was referring to the alliance that includes Cuba, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Argentina and President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, whose longevity is in question after a bout with cancer.“It’s not just done because Julian Assange should have freedom or shouldn’t be persecuted,” Engel said of Correa. “If that were the case, why is he persecuting his own journalists?”Correa was why the director of Ecuador’s main opposition newspaper did some asylum-seeking of his own early this year, holing up in Panama’s embassy in Quito for 14 days when Ecuador’s high court upheld a criminal defamation ruling against him and other top editors.Correa later pardoned them and forgave a $42 million damage award against the paper, but free press and human rights groups say the Ecuadorean leader remains a threat to any speech not to his liking.He has also used media ownership restrictions enacted by a loyal congress to gag opposition-owned media that he claims are corrupt and intent on destroying him.Political scientist Vicente Torrijos of Universidad del Rosario in Colombia said giving Assange asylum provides Correa with “a huge smokescreen to try to hide his treatment of the press.” Sponsored Stories Still, Correa has never been a shrill critic of Washington, though he has courted U.S. global counterweights like Russia, Iran and China. The latter is now Ecuador’s main lender and buys most of its oil.But he has cultivated a reputation as a diplomatic maverick, boycotting a regional summit in Colombia in April to protest Washington’s continued insistence on excluding Cuba.Correa is up for re-election in February and his approval ratings top 70 percent, in large part due to generous public spending that has made him popular with the lower class.___Associated Press writers Gonzalo Solano in Quito, Ecuador; Michael Warren in Buenos Aires, Argentina; and Vivian Sequera in Bogota, Colombia, contributed to this report.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Correa, 49, knew he would likely deeply offend the United States, Britain and Sweden and likely the European Union. He also knew he would be inviting commercial and political retaliation that might hurt his small petroleum-exporting nation of 14 million people.No such retaliation has yet come, though Britain says it won’t allow Assange safe passage out of the country. Sweden, where Assange is wanted for questioning for alleged sexual misconduct, summoned Ecuador’s ambassador to issue a stern protest.Offering asylum to the man responsible for the biggest-ever spilling of U.S. secrets was apparently too attractive for Correa to resist. It let him stake a claim to moral high ground, associating himself with a man whose loyalists consider him a digital age Robin Hood crusading against abuses of big governments and corporations.U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel, a ranking member of the U.S. House’s Western Hemisphere subcommittee, has met Correa several times and believes he understands the wager.“He’s a very smart guy and this wasn’t done in a vacuum,” Engel, a New York Democrat, said. “The reason is to kind of be the head of the poke-the-United States-in-the-eye group.” Associated PressLIMA, Peru (AP) – Rafael Correa is a committed leftist and former lay missionary whose first run at elected office was his successful 2006 election as Ecuador’s president.He is also a U.S.- and European-educated economist who tempers his trademark impulsiveness with high calculation. His decision to grant WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange asylum Thursday was anything but an emotional roll of the dice. Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Top Stories Parents, stop beating yourself up Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project read more
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: S.P It appears people are holidaying more each year, with a recent survey revealing Aussie intentions to take a vacation has increased to 71 percent for April 2012 quarter.The survey conducted by Roy Morgan Research has found that the 71 percent increase or 13.2 million is up from the 68 percent increase for the same period last year.Roy Morgan international director of tourism, travel and leisure Jane Ianniello said since the major banks increased their interest rates, holiday intention has dropped slightly to 71 percent from its historic high of 72 percent at the beginning of this year.“However holiday intention is till higher than the April quarter 2011 and it will be interesting to see whether the interest rate cuts in May and June will boost holiday intention further,” Ms Ianniello said.Additionally, the survey found that in the April 2012 quarter 56 percent of Aussies plan to take a domestic vacation on their next holiday, up 55 percent from April 2011.Despite the percentage of Australians intending to travel internationally indicating a steady increase at nine percent compared to last year, figures show this percentage has been slightly increasing over the last five years.“Melbourne, Sydney, the Gold Coast, and the Northern NSW coast remain the most popular domestic destinations, with intention to holiday at these destinations staying strong,” Ms Ianniello said.“With so many overseas and domestic destinations competing for the Australian tourism dollar, destination marketers are looking closely at their Australian target markets.” read more
Tall-ship sailing specialist Star Clippers has announced that it will operate a winter season in Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore from December 2016 to April 2017. This marks the line’s return to the region for the first time since March 2010.The 170-passenger Star Clipper will end its summer season in the Mediterranean and sail via the Suez Canal and Sri Lanka to its winter home port of Phuket, where it will operate seven-night round trip cruises on two different routes from 2 December 2016, as well as some voyages to Singapore. There are two itineraries, northbound and southbound, as well as seven departures that either begin or end in Singapore.Star Clipper will explore the many islands scattered off the coast of Phuket, accessible only by water, with some of the most beautiful beaches and dazzling marine life in the world. There will be numerous opportunities for sunbathing, snorkelling, other watersports, exploring on foot and taking photo safaris in the ship’s Zodiacs. Ports of call include:Northbound from PhuketKo Surin National Marine Park, a cluster of five forested islands with exquisite beaches and underwater lifeThe Similan Islands, an archipelago of coral and granite with crystal-clear water and diverse wildlifeKo Rok Nok, an uninhabited island with incredible reefsLangkawi in Malaysia, with beautiful beaches and templesKo Kradan, a laid-back beach resortPhang Nga Bay, offering spectacular scenery of forested limestone towers and hidden covesSouthbound from PhuketKo Butang, with gorgeous beaches and world-class snorkellingPenang, with diverse colonial heritageKo Adang, a tiny, unspoiled island in the Tarutao National Marine ParkKo Rok Nok, an uninhabited island with incredible reefsPhang Nga Bay, offering spectacular scenery of forested limestone towers and hidden covesThe Similan Islands, an archipelago of coral and granite with crystal-clear water and diverse wildlifeMikael Krafft, Owner and President of Star Clippers says, “We have been waiting a long time to resume these popular itineraries and are now returning to South-East Asia to explore beaches, islands and anchorages not visited by any other cruise ship. We know from 15 years of past experience, when we based a ship in this region every winter, how popular these voyages are with nature-lovers and those who enjoy the sensation of sailing on a graceful tall ship in the tropics.”Meanwhile, Star Flyer will continue to operate in-depth Cuba voyages from Havana and Cienfuegos for the winter of 2016/17, interspersed with longer cruises taking in St Maarten and the Panama Canal. Royal Clipper will sail from Barbados all season, exploring the Grenadines and the British Virgin Islands, with two extended 14-night voyages to the ‘ABC Islands’ (Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao) and extended voyages to accommodate Christmas and New Year. Star Clippers’ winter 2016/17 programme goes on sale in June 2015.www.starclippers.com read more
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