Tags AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 03 OCT 2013 Home KPN shareholders approve E-Plus sale Related Author Ken Wieland América Móvil deberá pagar 2 millones de dólares a Colombia America Movil takes $2M Colombia hit America MovilCarlos SlimE-PlusFinancialKPNRegulatory Previous ArticleSecond bidder eyeing BlackBerryNext ArticleCardflight raises $1.6M to chase more clients Ken has been part of the MWC Mobile World Daily editorial team for the last three years, and is now contributing regularly to Mobile World Live. He has been a telecoms journalist for over 15 years, which includes eight…More Read more Shareholders of Dutch operator KPN have cleared the sale of E-Plus to Telefonica Germany. Under the terms of the agreed deal, which is subject to regulatory approval, KPN will receive €5 billion in cash and a 20.5 per cent stake in the Spanish giant’s German mobile operations.KPN said it will use the cash to step up investment in its home market and Belgium. It will also re-commence dividend payments – which were scrapped for 2013 – in the operator’s 2014 financial year.The combination of E-Plus and Telefonica Germany will create the country’s largest mobile operator by customers.KPN reckons the deal will be cleared by EU regulators by mid-2014.Eelco Blok, KPN’s chief executive, reported by Reuters, said he expected to see more industry consolidation to fund spectrum auctions and 4G investment.KPN shareholder approval to the E-Plus sale comes at a time when the Dutch operator is haggling with Carlos Slim’s America Movil – the biggest shareholder in KPN – over the price of a full takeover.KPN wants America Movil to raise its proposed €2.40 per share offer (worth €7.2 billion), not least because it has struck an agreement with Dutch authorities to book a loss of €3.7 billion on the assumption it completes the sale of E-Plus. The loss will offset the Dutch operator’s taxable income, starting in 2014, which arguably makes KPN a more attractive target.On the other hand, reports Reuters, the Mexican group is arguing that the recent entry of Dutch cable operator Ziggo into the mobile market has depressed KPN’s valuation.KPN Foundation, an independent body with the power to block America Movil’s takeover bid – it has more than 50 per cent voting rights – has so far been resistant to the overtures made by Mexican tycoon Slim.KPN Foundation abstained at the E-Plus vote by KPN shareholders on 2 October. KPN snubs two takeover approaches
Post by SA Rugby magazine AlphaCuteOprah’s New House Cost $90 Million, And This Is What It Looks LikeAlphaCute|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Published on April 23, 2020 ‘It is something not to be missed. Those three RWC final wins will demonstrate so powerfully what we as South Africans can achieve when we are #StrongerTogether.’Broadcast details (all on SS1):6:30am: 20th anniversary documentary of 1995 RWC win8:30am: 2007 RWC win10:30am: Highlights of RWC 201912pm: RWC 2019 – SA group matches3:30pm: 2019 RWC ReLived7pm: Glory Game: The Joost van der Westhuizen story8:30pm: InvictusPhoto: Shaun Botterill/Getty Images Posted in News, Springboks, Test Rugby, Top headlines, World Cup Tagged 2019 Rugby World Cup, 2019 World Cup, Jacques Nienaber, Siya Kolisi, Springboks, Test Rugby ‘ ‘ Relive RWC 2019 through the eyes of the Boks ‘ Several Springboks, including Siya Kolisi and Jacques Nienaber, will give a different perspective of the World Cup final as they talk viewers through the game against England.SuperSport has announced that its Freedom Day programming on SS1 will be dedicated to South Africa’s World Cup successes in 1995, 2007 and 2019.Starting at 6:30am on Monday, 27 April, viewers will be treated to the 20th anniversary documentary of the 1995 World Cup win (produced in 2015), followed by the 2007 RWC final, highlights of the 2019 tournament, the Boks’ pool-stage matches last year and the final relived with insights from Kolisi, Nienaber and other players and staff who were involved in the 32-12 win over England.After that, the channel will broadcast Glory Game: The Joost van der Westhuizen Story before concluding the day with Invictus – the Clint Eastwood film starring Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon that captured the remarkable Rugby World Cup-winning tale of 1995.Nienaber, who has since replaced Rassie Erasmus as head coach, encouraged Bok supporters to tune in.‘The Freedom Day RWC special on SuperSport will give the viewers an incredible opportunity to relive those memorable moments in Springbok history. The Springboks lift the World Cup BuzzAura16 Cancer Causing Foods You Probably Eat Every DayBuzzAura|SponsoredSponsoredUndo ‘ Shop Bras Online | Search AdsTake a Look at These Bra and Panty SetsShop Bras Online | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndo ‘ ‘ 熱門話題不要被酵素騙了！在萬寧賣的「這個」直接針對脂肪…熱門話題|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAaron Smith names South African as greatest World Cup scrumhalfSA Rugby MagUndoJapan-based Kiwi player: I hope to never experience this againSA Rugby MagUndoLife Exact BrazilGrace Jones Is Now 72 Years Old, This Is Her NowLife Exact Brazil|SponsoredSponsoredUndo 441 32 Watch: I wanted to rip Jean’s head off – Jaque FourieSA Rugby MagUndo World Cup-winning Bok quartet in Eddie Jones’ all-time XVMaverick coach Eddie Jones has named his Test dream team made up of players he has worked with throughout his illustrious career.SA Rugby MagUndoLoans | Search AdsLooking for loan in Hong Kong? Find options hereLoans | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCNAHow is life for Cambodian boy linguist after viral fame?CNA|SponsoredSponsoredUndoShop Bras Online | Search AdsBrilliant Bra and Panty Sets (take a look)Shop Bras Online | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndoGoGoPeak10 Most Beautiful Cities You Should Visit Once In Your LifetimeGoGoPeak|SponsoredSponsoredUndo熱門話題對肚腩脂肪感到後悔！試了在萬寧賣的這個後…熱門話題|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
Malakye.com is bringing its one of a kind career fair and networking event, The Shmooz, back to Interbike for the third consecutive year. The recruitment specialist notes that many of the bike industry’s best employers have adopted this event as a part of their recruiting strategy, and are returning again this year to meet with eager job seekers of all backgrounds and experience levels.The Shmooz at Interbike will provide a special environment for people interested in employment in the bike industry to meet with representatives from some of the industry’s leading companies.Exhibiting companies include Jenson USA, Specialized, ElliptiGO, Belgium Bike, Pivot Cycles, shebeest, Canari Cyclewear, POC, Blue Cycles, NAAWK, Prodeco Tech, Sun & Ski, and more to be announced soon.“Face-time can make a huge difference! I have no doubt it can solidify someone as a candidate,” said Chad Mihalick of Malakye.com. “I’ve experienced it myself from the employer’s perspective. Anyone who wants to pursue a current opportunity or explore future opportunities with companies represented at The Shmooz must come out.”He added, “A person can talk with a dozen leading companies within a couple hours. No other venue or communication channel can create this opportunity. It’s an event for those who want to make it happen!”The Shmooz at Interbike will be held in Lagoon C&D rooms in the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on Thursday 11 September from 11:00 to 15:00 local time.“This will be our third consecutive Shmooz at Interbike, and it’s shaping up to be the best one yet,” said Kelly Bader of Malakye.com. “Past participants like Specialized, Canari, shebeest, and Pivot Cycles were quick to jump on board, as well as newcomers like POC, ProdecoTech, and Blue Cycles. It’s going to be a field day for candidates seeking employment in the bike industry.”Participating companies will be recruiting talented individuals for a wide range of positions across all departments and experience levels. Position types include Design (product, apparel, graphics and accessories), Engineering, Product Development, Merchandising, Marketing, Ecommerce, Sales, Customer Service, Accounting, Finance, and more.Malakye.com adds that this event caters to driven and career-minded professionals. Companies interested in participating can contact Kelly Bader (Kelly[at]malakye.com) for details.Malakye.com, based in Manhattan Beach, California, provides the lifestyle-driven industries with services in employment, recruitment and business & industry news. Throughout Malakye.com’s 10-plus year history, the company has provided a platform to connect passionate jobseekers with companies looking to hire in action sports, the outdoors, fitness, cycling, power sports, and beyond.www.Malakye.com Related
The watershed approach is part of Johnson County’s new strategy to tackle flooding issues. Turkey Creek, pictured above, affects cities in watershed area 1, including Roeland Park, Merriam and Mission.The Roeland Park city council on Monday approved a watershed agreement with Johnson County as part of the county’s new stormwater management program.Working together is the county’s approach with the updated program: watershed organizations are created across city boundaries to allow for collaboration on projects that may impact more than one city. Roeland Park and 11 other cities, including Merriam and Mission, are part of watershed area 1, which is impacted by Turkey Creek and Brush Creek.“The city is not obligated [to enter the agreement], it doesn’t cost the city anything out of pocket,” Public Works Director Donnie Scharff said. “It does allow these cities to work with neighboring cities on projects.”Councilmember Jan Faidley noted that this item had not been discussed during a council workshop session, but said she was OK with the agreement because it makes sense to collaborate with neighboring cities. Councilmember Jennifer Hill said she recalled the council discussing entering the agreement, though she said it might not have been formally in a workshop.City Administrator Keith Moody said stormwater project funding through the county’s Stormwater Management Advisory Council could be jeopardized if the city chose not to participate in the watershed area. In addition to potential SMAC funding, Moody said the watershed agreement creates an opportunity to help fix issues in one city that may be caused or contributed to by surrounding cities.“You can work together in this drainage basin to fix a problem that might not be occurring in Roeland Park, but may be occurring downstream,” Moody said.The agreement does not prohibit Roeland Park from completing local projects on its own, and it does not require the city to ask for permission to complete those projects. Additionally, if a project meets a specific criteria, there is a chance it could be 100% covered by the county. Otherwise, the city and the county would split the cost and each fund 50% of the project.City council unanimously approved the agreement. Councilmember Trisha Brauer was absent. Roeland Park’s approval comes just one week after the Merriam city council unanimously entered into the watershed agreement, following a presentation from county public works staff member Lee Kellenberger. The watershed agreement goes into effect Jan 1., and will stay in effect for 10 years. Cities do have the option to opt out of the program at any time, Scharff said.
LinkedIn Share on Facebook One of the ongoing themes of the current presidential campaign is that Americans are becoming increasingly distrustful of those who walk the corridors of power – Exhibit A being the Republican presidential primary, in which three of the top four candidates are outsiders of Washington.Yet at the same time, these three – Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina – are very powerful in their own way, be it as a billionaire entertainment and real estate mogul, a neurosurgeon and conservative media pundit or a former corporate chief executive officer.So what makes us place trust in powerful people? We performed four studies on the nexus between power and trust and found some surprising results. Email Share Share on Twitter Pinterest Rational actor theoryTypically, when asked, many people will be reluctant to admit that they would place blind trust in somebody who is in a high-power position. Too many stories of politicians and top executives abusing their power run through the media. Making oneself vulnerable to such power holders thus doesn’t seem like the sensible choice.Rational actor theories agree with this anecdotal wisdom: they suggest that people will be trustworthy toward someone else only if being so is instrumental in maintaining that relationship. Given that powerful people tend to have many partners to choose from, they place – relatively speaking – less value in any particular relationship, reducing the likelihood that they will behave in a trustworthy fashion.In other words, powerful individuals can afford to betray others – they can always find new people to work with. Rational actor theories further assume that the less powerful party to an exchange will predict this behavior and, as a result, place less trust in their more powerful counterpart.However, our research shows that this is not the case. In fact, we observe exactly the opposite pattern. Over a wide variety of different experimental paradigms and measures, we find that less powerful actors place more trust in others than more powerful actors do. That is, trust is greater when power is low rather than high.In a negotiation setting, for example, low-power negotiators perceived their partners to be more trustworthy than high-power negotiators did. In an investment game, low-power players entrusted their partners with more money than did high-power players.But why would that be the case? Why didn’t we find results consistent with predictions from rational actor theories?Studies in power and trustWe conducted four experiments that tested whether being in a weaker or stronger power position is linked to differences in trust perceptions and behaviors.Study one used an established negotiation task, in which participants were asked to negotiate over a consignment of cellphones. We put participants either in a low- or high-power position, depending on the viability of their fall-back option (another buyer) in case the negotiations with the partner failed. Negotiators in the high-power position trusted their negotiation partner significantly less (as measured through a perceptual survey scale of trust) than did participants in the low-power condition.Study two was based on an investment task (also known as the “trust game”), in which participants had the option to either keep a monetary endowment to themselves or invest it in a partner, in which case the money was tripled, but it would be up to the partner to decide whether to send back some of the money or keep all the money to him- or herself. Some participants were put in the position of the “power player,” enabling them to switch partners if they wanted to. We found that power players sent significantly less money – and thus trusted less – than non-power players.Studies three and four both used a scenario in which participants assumed the role of a typist offering services to a new potential client. They could either provide a free sample to the client and thus trust that the client would come back with follow-up jobs or they could save their time and not provide a free sample (and thus not trust the client). Participants were given several pieces of information about themselves and the new client, for example, specifying how urgently needed the typing business is for them and how much the client depended on their services, which allowed us to manipulate power.In both studies, participants in the high-power condition were significantly less trusting. Study four furthermore provided insight into the causal chain connecting power and trust. It revealed that having low power amplifies people’s hope that their exchange partner will turn out to be benevolent, which then leads to their decision to trust.Motivated cognitionIn sum, people who lack power are motivated to see their partner as more trustworthy in order to avoid the anxiety inherently attached to their feelings of dependence. This is known as “motivated cognition.”These power-disadvantaged actors thus effectively protect themselves by perceiving power holders in a positive light, even if little or no relevant information would support such perceptions. Their hope that their powerful partner will be trustworthy dominates their cognition and decision-making.The powerful partner, on the other hand, has no reason to engage in significant motivated cognition. In sum, the decision to place trust seems to be based more on one’s motivation to protect oneself from unwanted realities than on relatively rational calculations of the other party’s deliberations.Power inequitiesOur results bring new insight into the drivers of trust decisions. Trust is a critical ingredient in successful social exchange. But the threat of misplacing one’s trust and suffering the detrimental consequences of a breach make trust risky. Thus, researchers have paid considerable attention to the factors that facilitate or hinder trust in various settings.However, one potentially important source of variation in trust had received little attention so far – namely, power. This is surprising, since many, if not most, trust relationships involve nontrivial power inequalities between exchange partners. Examples include relationships between patients and doctors, students and professors, employees and supervisors, and small and large firms.It is well-known that behavior in social exchange relationships is significantly affected by power inequalities that involve one actor depending on the other. The prevalence of power inequalities in relationships in which trust is critical led us to ask: does having power or lacking power increase or decrease an actor’s tendency to place trust in others? Our results provide a clear answer to this question. They show that people low in power are significantly more trusting than more powerful people and that this effect can be explained by motivated cognition.Trust and governmentOur findings can be applied to a variety of settings, including the public’s institutional trust in powerful entities such as governments. Recent findings show that many power holders are actually admired and even seen in a very positive light.Yet this seemingly high trust in power holders contradicts the low levels of trust people have in their leaders. Americans consistently show very little trust in the federal government, with just 24% saying they trust it in 2014.A possible explanation for these divergent perspectives is provided by social distance. Following this idea, while self-reported trust in anonymous political decision makers in far-away Washington may be at all-time lows, trust in local politicians with whom people have interpersonal interactions is often high.To conclude, on the most general level, our findings may help better understand why societies with stark hierarchical differences can be functioning and enduring. In a counterfactual world where people low in power would refuse to place trust in power holders, many of the advantages of hierarchies (such as improved coordination, reduced conflict and stability) might not be attainable. These considerations underline the centrality of “irrational” acts of trust for the existence of a relatively stable society.By Martin Reimann, Assistant Professor of Marketing, University of Arizona and Oliver Schilke, Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations, University of ArizonaThis article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article.
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BASSETERRE, St Kitts, CMC – Skipper Jason Holder says while West Indies’ batting was a huge disappointment in the Twenty20 series, it could not overshadow the massive strides made by the Caribbean side during the overall tour against England. West Indies crumbled for record lows in the two final T20 Internationals here at Warner Park to suffer comprehensive defeats, and ultimately, a 3-0 series whitewash.But with the Windies – written off by pundits before the tour – stunning England 2-1 in the three-Test series to regain the Wisden Trophy, and coming from behind in the one-day series to earn a 2-2 draw in the five-match rubber against the world number one side, Holder said there was little reason for his side to be ashamed.“The Test series was exceptional, the ODI series was equally as good,” Holder told reporters following the final T20 here Sunday. “We arguably let ourselves down in the ODI series but England still played some very good cricket as well, and the T20 series just wasn’t ours to be fair – we were outplayed – but overall I’m pretty pleased,”He continued: “We just weren’t good enough [in the T20 series]. We didn’t adjust to the wicket – I felt it was a bit two-paced – and I felt England bowled a really hard length and asked us to hit them off their lengths and we just didn’t adjust to what the wicket threw at us and we didn’t really play well.“I still feel the batsmen are fairly confident. We didn’t play the surface as well as we would’ve liked but I’m not too disheartened by the performance. Obviously we’re disappointed to be rolled over on home court in two games but overall the guys had a pretty good ODI leg of the series and there’s a lot to build on.” West Indies lost the opening T20 in St Lucia by four wickets but batting meltdowns here ensured the series was a virtual no-contest. In last Friday’s second match, they were dismissed for 45 – the second lowest total in T20s – to lose by 137 runs.On Sunday, they were rolled over for 71 – their third lowest T20 total – as England strolled to a comfortable eight-wicket win. Holder said while the Windies had prepared and executed well in the ODIs, they failed to make the adjustment to the shortest format – especially after opting to retain the one-day squad for the T20s in order to further their World Cup preparations.“We probably just didn’t adjust to the T20 format – we had our plans pretty much nailed down for the ODIs and I felt we played a really good ODI series,” the all-rounder pointed out. “There is still a lot of improvement to be had and fielding is obviously one of our key points to really, really touch up on going into England (World Cup) and obviously we need to be a little bit tighter at the top [of the order] to build a few more partnerships and dig a bit deeper up front.”
FLEX: TE Rhett Ellison ($200)It’s no secret it’s smart to load up on the principals of the Patriots’ offense tonight and round it out with their defense. We were greedy and double-stacked Brady and his top two wideouts minus Dorsett and then Michel and their defense, too.Gordon is the tournament-style captain we like, and again, if Ellison gives us even 2-20 and a TD for a 5x return on our investment, we should be in business. ‘Thursday Night Football’ can either make or break your fantasy football results for a given week in your seasonal leagues — or at least make you feel that way as you look at your small-sample score for three days. There’s also a lot on the line when it comes Showdown DFS contests on DraftKings, too, especially in a weirdly lopsided game like Week 6’s Giants vs. Patriots.Start ’em, sit ’em decisions are always magnified, as no one wants to start the week in a hole. Here’s a breakdown of Week 6’s Thursday game between the Giants and Patriots in New England (8:20 p.m. ET, FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video): MORE TNF: DraftKings lineup | Betting preview | Edelman injury news | Gordon injury newsGiants: Who to start or sit in fantasy football on Thursday nightSit: QB Daniel JonesThe Patriots’ pass defense has dominated early and allows the fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks. A rookie with limited weapons against a Bill Belichick scheme? Nope.Sit: RB Jonathan HillmanThere’s no Saquon Barkley (ankle) or Wayne Gallman (concussion), but you cannot trust the inept Hillman in a game where there will be a hugely negative game script, especially as he’s shown nothing in the passing game.Sit: WR Darius SlaytonThe promising rookie has some juice after delivering for Jones in a tough matchup against the Vikings last week and could do some good things with Sterling Shepard (concussion) out, but he’s likely the one getting the most of Stephon Gilmore outside here.Start: WR Golden TateThis is a PPR special, as we know Tate doesn’t score very often and the Patriots don’t allow many scores. The veteran should work the slot on shorter routes to rack up a few catches off high targets from Jones. Something like six catches for 70 would do the trick for you as a WR3.Start: TE Rhett EllisonHe’s been OK for the Giants when Evan Engram has been unavailable in the past, so this is more of a streaming replacement option for desperate Engram owners only. Given the sorry state of the position deep on waivers, you might as well take a shot here with Patrick Chung hurting. The Patriots have faced only two viable tight ends all season, Vance McDonald and Dawson Knox, and gave up a little something to them. Ellison is a best bet for a random short garbage TD.Sit: Giants D/STBut you knew that already.Patriots: Who to start or sit in fantasy football on Thursday nightStart: QB Tom BradyIt’s more C-A-K-E for the G-O-A-T. Around 300 yards and three TDs should happen again.Start: WRs Julian Edelman and Josh Gordon.Edelman wil destroy Grant Haley in the slot after his hundy and a score against the Redskins. Between Janoris Jenkins and rookie DeAndre Baker, Gordon should have his biggest game of the season. No Phillip Dorsett (hamstring) will ensure they are the top targets for Brady here.Start: RB Sony MichelIt’s looking like Rex Burkhead (foot) will miss another game here, which was a nice boost to Michel’s volume (he even caught passes!) last week, adding up to terrific RB2 production. The Giants’ run defense is better than you think, but it’s not good enough to think they can slow down MIchel in a highly positive game script.Start: RB James WhiteWe’re liking him more in PPR leagues for sure given his limited yardage in this offense and others better positioned to get the touchdowns. But the Giants can be burned all night on checkdowns and swing passes out of the backfield.Start: Patriots D/STBut you knew that already.Giants-Patriots DraftKings Showdown lineup for Thursday nightCaptain: WR Josh Gordon ($13,500)FLEX: QB Tom Brady ($11,800)FLEX: WR Julian Edelman ($10,400)FLEX: RB Sony MIchel ($7,600)FLEX: Patriots D/ST ($6,200)
Tiger Woods and family(NNPA)–Lindsey Vonn says she feels lucky to be part of the lives of Tiger Woods’ two children, and says that both the golfer and his kids are “amazing.”Vonn made the comments praising the parenting skills of Woods and how impressed she is with daughter Sam, 7, and son Charlie, 6, while attending the New York premiere of “The Age of Adaline” Sunday night.“They’re great. They’re amazing kids, and he’s an amazing father,” Vonn told PEOPLE. “You know, I feel privileged to be along for the ride, and I help as much as I can. They’re great kids. I love them.”Vonn has become a significant person in the children’s lives, and it has been that way for some time, going all the way back to when she and Woods took them to school at the onset of their relationship and later escorting the kids around the course at the 2013 Tour Championship.The Olympic hero also was present when Sam and Charlie joined their father on the course during practice at Augusta National as well as took part in the Masters Par-3 Contest, the first time he has participated in that event in years, a further indication that Woods is tremendously dedicated to his kids.Vonn, who has been a near-constant presence at tournaments, to which Woods has responded in kind by supporting her at her events, has called Woods a “teddy bear” and once revealed he doesn’t even leave the seat up after after using the bathroom. She has also been known to vehemently defend her beau in the media.Vonn and Woods remarkably have forged what by all appearances seems to be a very close, surprisingly private relationship. When whispers of the sports supercouple’s relationship first emerged, rumors the two publicly confirmed with joint announcements in March 2013, many suspected it was nothing more than a fling of sorts, or alternatively something of a PR stunt, given how Woods was attempting to rehabilitate his image in the wake of his infidelity scandal and Vonn was coming off a divorce.But now, over two years later, their relationship seems as strong as ever. And it appears Woods’ children may be the two biggest benefactors.Special to the NNPA from the Houston Forward Times
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