Multiple Injuries in Ohio School Bus, Truck Collision

first_imgMIDDLETOWN, Ohio (AP) – Authorities say multiple ambulances have taken injured people, including children, from the scene of a head-on collision between a school bus and a pickup truck in southwest Ohio.There was no immediate word on their conditions, but police say they driver of the pickup truck appeared to have the most serious injuries. Several children were injured, but none was believed to be hurt seriously.The bus was a Middletown City Schools bus. The accident happened around 8 a.m. Wednesday in Franklin Township, which neighbors the city. School officials say the bus was providing shuttle service for students attending a private Christian school.last_img read more

This new rule could reveal the huge gap between CEO pay and worker pay

first_imgThe Washington Post:Thousands of public U.S. companies are likely to soon be forced to share a number many would rather keep under wraps: how much more their chief executives make than their typical rank-and-file employees.The Securities and Exchange Commission  is expected to finalize on Wednesday a long-delayed rule forcing businesses to share their “pay ratio,” a simple bit of arithmetic that would cast an unprecedented spotlight on one of corporate America’s thorniest debates.Once the pay-ratio rule is in place, millions of workers will know exactly how their top boss’s payday compares with their own, revealing a potentially embarrassing disparity in corporate riches that many companies have long fought to keep hidden.…Companies already disclose the pay of their chief executives, although not how it compares with that of personnel. Most Americans still drastically underestimate how wide that wealth gulf has become. In a Perspectives on Psychological Science study last year, researchers found that Americans estimate the pay gap between executives and unskilled workers is about 30 to 1, when in reality it’s more than 300 to 1, a misunderstanding that Harvard Business School professor Michael Norton has said can make people less likely to fight the gap.Read the whole story: The Washington Postlast_img read more

Can virtual museums threaten real museums?

first_imgThe first online museum artt.hr has opened in Croatia – a virtual place that brings together the best works of contemporary art authors applied for the competition “HT Award – MSU Zagreb” since this competition exists to this day.This is an interesting fusion of art and digital and in this way the artist and creator of the museum, Juri Armada brings creativity closer to the younger generations, while on the other hand he breathed new life into contemporary art. Neon installations, photographs and everything that has been exhibited in the museum for the last nine years are now available with a few clicks and bring art to your home.The new project is especially interesting because in a completely new way it encourages the research of art as a special form for the growth, education and mature development of each person. By the way, the HT Award for Croatian Contemporary Art is the largest and at the same time one of the most significant awards for contemporary visual creativity in Croatia. The exhibition of selected works over the past ten years has been profiled into a representative and relevant overview of the situation on the domestic art scene. Over the past decade, more than two hundred authors have applied for the competition each year, and three redemption and one audience award have been given each year. The purchased works form the collection of Hrvatski Telekom, which is an integral part of the holdings of the Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, and the works will be exhibited in a permanent exhibition.Can virtual museums threaten real museums? Will tourists travel less because they will have a 3D destination experience from the comfort of their armchairs and thus reduce the arrival of guests in real time? Is it threatening VR tourism or is it another promotional tool that can generate new feelings, experiences in tourism and ultimately increase the arrival of tourists in a tourist destination?There are a lot of questions, but you don’t have to worry, I can’t. On the contrary, new technologies (VR, AR, virtual museums) are not a threat, but an opportunity for tourism in order to better present tourist destinations. “VR can only improve tourism. When you try go-karting in virtual reality, then you really want to go go-karting or an airplane or something else. ” – pointed out Hrvoje Prpić, a business angel and a successful entrepreneur, and the originator of the 3D online shopping project Trillenium. Also, today, and there will be more and more, through virtual reality we can “be” virtually in a destination, but it will only awaken the motive for a real and real experience, ie coming to a tourist destination for a real experience.So is the virtual museum, which can only further popularize the consumption of culture and encourage you to finally visit, for example, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb. More and more individual museums also have their own virtual display, all with the goal of getting the desire and motivation to experience live art.It’s like a football match, when you see on television that something is great and cool then you want to experience it live, if it were the opposite, football matches would have been without fans in stadiums for a long time due to TV broadcastsNew technologies provide new challenges and business opportunities, the only question is whether we want to ignore it or accept it as a normal business process. It is important to follow new trends and technological achievements because if destinations and hoteliers do not follow the step, time and technology will overtake them and they will no longer be able to follow the market competition.Anyway, technology is there to help and speed up all business processes, changes are happening faster and those who ignore it will unfortunately have to close their doors. Don’t be afraid of new technologies, but use them to improve your business.last_img read more

Atlas Copco acquires Air Diffusion

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Tottenham vs Arsenal: TV channel, live stream, kick-off time and team news for North London derby

first_img Football player touch female referee s breast! 10 Best Travel Destinations in Taiwan Best caption wins🏆 Credit @4×4 Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Funny animals make you happy and laugh funny animal compilation 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures!center_img Omg this is awesome 🙂 Source: Soccer – thesun.co.uk ARSENAL make the short trip to Tottenham with local bragging rights and the chance of European football up for grabs.Both sides’ Champions League hopes were ended by midweek draws with Leicester and Bournemouth respectively but Arsenal sit one point above Spurs in what could be the final Europa League spot.Arsenal took the lead against Leicester but were held to a drawCredit: ReutersWhat time does Tottenham vs Arsenal kick off?What TV channel is Tottenham vs Arsenal on and can I live stream it?Tottenham vs Arsenal is live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event.Coverage commences at 4.15pm, following the conclusion of Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace.To stream the game live, head to Sky Go.Non-Sky Sports subscribers can still watch all the action by purchasing a Now TV Day Pass from £9.99.Team newsTottenham will be without Eric Dier as he serves the second game of a four-match ban for confronting a fan in the stand against Norwich in March.Juan Foyth and Japhet Tanganga remain injured, leaving Jose Mourinho with very limited defensive options.Arsenal will certainly be without Eddie Nketiah, who is serving a three match ban after losing an appeal against the red card he was given in the draw with Leicester.Calum Chambers, Bernd Leno, Gabriel Martinelli and Pablo Mari are all out with injuries for the Gunners.And Mikel Arteta will have to decide whether to recall Mesut Ozil, who has been frozen out recently while Matteo Guendouzi is unlikely to feature after being forced to train alone.Latest oddsLatest odds from Ladbrokes are as follows:Tottenham 8/5Draw 12/5Arsenal 8/5Both teams to score 4/7Managers’ viewTottenham boss Jose Mourinho: “We want to keep our defensive organisation as it is giving us good numbers but we’re not scoring enough goals.“We’re not being dangerous and attack-minded enough despite all the attacking players on the pitch.“At the moment there is a contradiction between the amount of attacking players we have on the pitch and our production. “We are arriving in good positions, we have good percentages of ball possession and spend the majority of the time in the opponent’s half.“But there is no sharpness or objective – there’s too many touches, we’re not clear or aggressive or making sharp killer decisions.”Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta praised opposite number Mourinho ahead of the derby.He said: “They have had some up and downs, but overall you can clearly see what he wants to bring to the club.“He manages the energy, the momentum and established a really strong culture in strong football club that does it.“I have huge respect for Jose and what he’s trying to do. He makes sure that he wins and he has won at every single club he has been.“I’m sure he will be successful. It will take him a bit of time.“He has a very clear way of playing and how he manages games. Clean sheets is a big part of what he wants to do.“They have had a lot of injuries, that’s a big disadvantage that they have.“I know that he has done it [before]. I know people who have worked with him, he always finds a way to be successful. I’m sure he will do it again.” What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!!last_img read more