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Sec of State Jim Condos reminds businesses to file annual reportsSec of State Jim Condos reminds businesses to file annual reports

first_imgSecretary of State Jim Condos reminds Vermont businesses that if your business registration with the Division of Corporations/Business Services has a Fiscal Year End of December (i.e. FYE 12); your annual reports are due between January 1st and March 15th 2012. ‘The December annual reports filing is our busiest time of year. We have sent out close to 40,000 notices to Vermont businesses informing them that it is time to file their annual report’, stated Secretary Condos. ‘Maintaining your status as a Vermont entity on an annual basis is an important part of your statutory responsibilities as a business in Vermont. Furthermore, the process is quick and we encourage clients to file online.’ With a greater emphasis on reducing government waste, while being more environmentally conscious, Secretary Condos is asking Vermont businesses to file online rather than print the form and mail it in. ‘Saving a single sheet of paper, envelope and stamp may not sound like a lot, but the reduction in waste for 40,000 clients adds up quickly’, said Condos. The Division of Corporations/Business Services is in the process of revamping its entire IT database to better serve Vermont clients. Secretary Condos added, ‘The current system is outdated, and has limitations that affect the quality of our customer service. We recognize that, and are moving forward with a complete replacement of the outdated system. We look forward to making the annual report process even easier and more user friendly in the years to come.’ To complete your online annual report please visit:http://www.sec.state.vt.us/corps/annualreports/intro.htm(link is external)         Secretary of State Jim Condos has over 20 years of elected public service, including 18 years at the local level and 8 years as a Vermont State Senator, in addition to more than 30 years of private sector business experience. Montpelier, VTlast_img read more

Communication Days started: 16 leading world communication experts in RovinjCommunication Days started: 16 leading world communication experts in Rovinj

first_imgOrganized by HURA and IAB Croatia, the long-awaited and announced for months festival Days of Communications, the central event of the market communication industry, has begun. These days, Rovinj’s leading experts in the communications industry, lecturers whose functions speak volumes about the quality of content and the power of the festival, and especially the chief creative director of Twitter, campaign manager of US President Donald J. Trump and the voice of the functioning iPhone application on the principle of artificial intelligence – Siri.”This year, a record 3 participants are coming to the Communication Days, almost 000 more than last year. We have raised our own standards, and now we need to exceed the expectations of the participants. We want to offer unique content and enable our colleagues in the Croatian market not only to listen but also to discuss with global leaders in the communications industry.”, Pointed out the director of the Day of Communications and the director of the festival program, Dunja Ivana Ballon, and added:”We want to question global practices that influence the direction of industry development. We did not make the festival easier for the participants; we make them think critically and decide for themselves whether certain practices are correct or not. For the development of quality experts, it is important to hear different opinions and then openly discuss them.”The festival will last for three days and will be held in three halls in parallel. While 16 globally known names will speak in the main hall, in the other two halls the organizers offered rich content, from workshops for students to whom HURA provides free registration fees, to forums for exchange of opinions – debates and PPP (Beers after the program) speak leading domestic industry experts.April 12.04.2018, 2018, – Rovinj – Communication Days XNUMX, national festival of marketing communications at Hotel Lone. Laura Sophie Dornheim.Photo: Matija Habljak / PIXSELL”In addition to top lectures, the festival is also known for the respected professional awards that agencies and advertisers have been waiting for and wishing for throughout the year. ” emphasized Damir Ciglar, a member of the organizing committee of the festival. “All four awards, Effie, IdejaX, MIXX and Young Lions, record an increase, whether in the number of projects or applicants. A total of 215 entries were received for Effie, IdejuX and MIXX with 30 teams entered for the Young Lions competition, and the most prominent will be awarded. “, Concluded Ciglar.These days in Rovinj, the names of the most successful advertisers and agencies in the past year will be announced as part of national professional competitions – Effie for efficiency, IdejaX for creativity, Mixx for digital and Young Lions Croatia for young talent in the industry.For more information on Communication Days, visit the official website of the festival www.danikomunikacija.comRelated news: CROATIAN TOURIST BOARD BRINGS IPHONE CHEESE TO COMMUNICATION DAYSlast_img read more

Letters to the Editor for Friday, Jan. 25Letters to the Editor for Friday, Jan. 25

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionWe must help people of Central AmericaWhy are people from Central American countries like Guatemala and Honduras flocking to the United States?They say they fear for their lives because of outlaw gangs or political oppression and that they want better financial opportunities for themselves and their children. We have the ability to remove both these reasons by using our military to bring law and order to these countries.We have troops all over the world doing police actions. Why not close to home? Once law and order is established, we could leave.These military actions would be in our own interest, since it would stop the invasion of our country by refugees. It could be argued that it’s a humanitarian action to help persecuted people.A financial investment in Guatemala and Honduras by the United States could bring financial prosperity and opportunity to the people of these countries. The $5.7 billion proposed for a border wall would go a long way to get the financial ball rolling.It’s interesting that people from Costa Rica aren’t flocking to our country, even though it’s in a similar geographical location. The reason is Costa Rican people feel safe, with a stable government and a prosperous economy.I don’t believe people leave their homes and subject themselves to all kinds of dangers unless they have good reasons. Fear for your life or near starvation are good reasons. Trump’s border wall is a waste of moneyTrump’s southern border wall is nothing more than an attempt to satisfy his Make America Hate Again” base. The wall will not solve the problems that Trump claims it will. Eighty to ninety percent of the hard, illegal drugs that are smuggled into the United States are done so through legal ports of entry such as border crossings, airports, seaports and the mail. Most migrants showing up at U.S. borders are children and families seeking the protection of U.S. authorities. Eminent domain lawsuits in southern Texas have gone on for over 10 years and cost taxpayers millions, and there are still 80 unsettled cases.The Democratic staff of the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee noted that the real cost of the wall would more likely be $70 billion to build and $150 million a year to maintain. Grateful to all who deliver newspapersOne thing we do not want to forget during these trying times is the people who deliver our newspapers. They deliver no matter what the weather and while most of us are asleep.We owe them all a big thank you.Joseph GibsonBallston LakeMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusGov. Andrew Cuomo’s press conference for Sunday, Oct. 18center_img To give you an idea of how much money this is, the $5.8 billion that the administration is currently asking for is enough money to give every teacher in America a $1,700 raise.A poll by the Pew Research Center found that 62 percent of Americans oppose the wall while 36 percent support it.Let’s reopen the government and work on common-sense immigration solutions like more immigration judges, better interdiction technology and a path to citizenship for the Dreamers. The wall is a waste.Bob KarandyBurnt Hills For humanitarian reasons, we should do something to help these people by fixing the problems in these Central American countries.Walter MorlockRexfordlast_img read more

Mikel Arteta reveals message to Pep Guardiola after Manchester City’s Champions League banMikel Arteta reveals message to Pep Guardiola after Manchester City’s Champions League ban

first_img Comment Mikel Arteta reveals message to Pep Guardiola after Manchester City’s Champions League ban Arteta was Guardiola’s right-hand man at the Etihad before joining Arsenal (Picture: Getty)But Arteta, whose team are six points off fifth place after beating Newcastle, is not thinking about that and says he was shocked by the decision, quickly reaching out to Guardiola when he heard the news.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTAsked if he had spoken to the City manager, Arteta said: ‘Yes I’ve been in contact with him. I just want the best for City.‘The admiration and love I have for Pep, not only Pep but the staff, the players, I just want the best for them. I know how hard they work and hopefully a positive thing can come from it.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalAsked about Arsenal potentially getting into the Champions League by finishing fifth, Arteta continued: ‘I don’t think about it. I just want the best for Manchester City, I really do, because that’s the way I feel.‘And now I have to do not the best, but the very best of me for Arsenal to try to maximise everything we have here to try to bring this club as high as possible again.’ Arsenal beat Newcastle 4-0 on Sunday thanks to a thumping second half (Picture: Getty)On how he reacted to the news, he added: ‘My first reaction was I was shocked, then being in contact with Pep and the people at the club that I know to feel for them because I know they are suffering.’It has also been suggested that City could be docked points from previous Premier League seasons, but Arteta did not want to speculate: ‘I don’t know, I don’t want to guess. Again, I just want to say I want the best for them and hopefully a good outcome.’MORE: Graeme Souness slams Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for comments after Arsenal’s win over NewcastleMORE: Graeme Souness compares Nicolas Pepe to Thierry Henry after Arsenal beat NewcastleMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Advertisementcenter_img Advertisement The Arsenal boss left City in December to take over at the Emirates (Picture: Getty)Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has revealed that he reached out to Pep Guardiola and his old Manchester City colleagues after they were handed a two-year Champions League ban.The reigning Premier League champions were adjudged to have breached Financial Fair Play rules by UEFA and kicked out of the competition, though City intend to appeal the decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).Arteta left City in December to take over at Arsenal and his new club could benefit if the ban is upheld, with fifth place potentially getting a spot in the Champions League. Metro Sport ReporterSunday 16 Feb 2020 8:04 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link470Shareslast_img read more

Dana Rettke: Wisconsin’s powerhouse freshman hitter reveals season goalsDana Rettke: Wisconsin’s powerhouse freshman hitter reveals season goals

first_imgFor Dana Rettke, hard work, teamwork and having fun are the keys to success. A freshman on Wisconsin’s volleyball team, Rettke has taken the volleyball world by storm. A native of Riverside, Illinois, Rettke did not start playing volleyball until her freshman year of high school. She was named No.8 on the Senior Aces list her senior year of high school, and since beginning college, has received nine Big Ten Freshman of the Week awards and two Player of the Week awards in Big Ten play.What chances does Wisconsin volleyball pose in the 2017 NCAA tournament?With the conference seasons coming to a close in a few weeks, and NCAA releasing their first round of rankings, Read…When her high school volleyball season ended, Rettke was ready to be a Badger. She graduated early, and enrolled at the university in the spring so she could get more experience and start building a relationship with fellow early enrollee and setter, Sydney Hilley.When Rettke arrived in Madison, she was not sure how much of an impact she was going to have this season on the court. Since arriving, she had been growing as a player every week and by the time the fall came around, she earned a spot in the starting lineup, and quickly started to make a name for herself.“I just knew I had a lot of work to do. I started playing volleyball so late and everyone is so good in the Big Ten, so I knew I had a lot to work on and I told myself that I was going to come in and do whatever I could.” Thus far, Rettke as proven herself to be one of the best middle blockers in the conference, and has made her case to receive Big Ten Freshman of the year. However, Rettke did not expect to receive all of this recognition.  “It’s really cool. It’s not something I strive for, I want to be the best but when I get those awards it’s not really a me thing, I think of it more as a team thing because I couldn’t really do that without by teammates.” Rettke is a team player that wants to improve to not only help her team in any way she can, but also wants to leave her own individual mark on the Wisconsin program. She is filling a space left by four-year starter Haleigh Nelson. In 2015, her junior season, Nelson had the highest hitting percentage in program history with .422, but Rettke is on track to pass that record this year by hitting .445 through Big Ten play.“I always want to be the best,” Rettke said. “Just to think that I can be, and its very attainable right now and into the future, that’s just awesome.” All the acknowledgements and success have just motived her more. She knows that other teams are watching her, but she’s willing to put in the effort to elevate her game to the next level.Hilley vs Carlini: Comparing two of the greatest Wisconsin settersLauren Carlini and Sindey Hilley have both been bringing a lot of attention to the University of Wisconsin volleyball program Read…For Rettke, getting to the gym and practicing is fun. She loves seeing the results that all of her hard work have earned her as the season continues to progress. Rettke is not worried about hitting her volleyball ceiling any time soon. She believes that as long as she is working hard, she has more space to improve. Rettke has high expectations for herself, and puts a lot of pressure on herself to keep improving and helping her team.“I still have so much I can get better at,” Rettke said, “I was watching film and seeing that there is still so much I have to get better on, so this is not my plateau. It’s going to keep going up.”Hopefully Rettke can continue making strides as a player as the NCAA tournament begins. The Badgers failed rank in the top 16, so they will be traveling to Iowa State to take on Marquette in the first round on Friday, and hopefully the winner of the Iowa State game and Princeton on Saturday. Mentally, Rettke seems prepared and warns against counting the Badgers out from making a run for the National Championship. She knows that this is a close knit team who will do anything to help each other succeed, especially during such a crucial time of the year.“NCAA tournament time is the best time for any sport, and we need to just play.” Rettke said. “We can’t play scared against anybody and we need to leave it all on the court for our seniors because any game could be their last in the tournament, so we have to play for them.”At the end of the day, Rettke wants to walk out of her freshman year a national champion. If Rettke has any say, the Badgers are going to put up a fight.They went 10-0 in their non-conference season, but have faced adversity since then. Wisconsin dropped their first match of the Big Ten season to an experienced Michigan State team in five sets. The Big Ten is the strongest conference and every night is a battle, as proven by Wisconsin’s conference record.Molly Haggerty: From Big Ten Freshman of the Year to injured reserveMolly Haggerty put in years of hard work and had an impressive resume even before setting foot on the University Read…They have played in four matches that have gone to five sets and played ten top 25 teams. In the Big Ten, players need to focus on the match in front of them, not matches in the future.The Badgers rigorous schedule during the Big Ten will only help them in the NCAA tournament where grit and focus are imperative to surviving and advancing.At the end of the day, Dana Rettke is just trying to enjoy her time in Wisconsin’s volleyball program while achieving personal and team goals. She knows what she is capable of, and wants to do everything she can to help her team succeed. She’s a hardworking individual that appreciates the game and her team’s success.last_img read more

FIFA 18 player ratings release: 40-31FIFA 18 player ratings release: 40-31

first_imgWTF FIFA 18 player ratings: EA Sports unveil players ranked 40-31 Oli Platt Last updated 2 years ago 01:32 9/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) WTF eSports Premier League EA Sports’ countdown of the top 100 players in this year’s game continues with the unveiling of the stars that will be ranked 40-31 EA Sports’ countdown of the best 100 players on FIFA 18 has continued with the unveiling of the stars ranked 40-31 on Friday.After releasing the list of players ranked 60-41 on Thursday, the latest group features some of the top players on the planet – including Paul Pogba and Mesut Ozil – who rate at 87 and 88 overall respectively.There are upgrades for N’Golo Kante and Christian Eriksen, who have risen up the rankings and are drawing closer to the very best players in the world. Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing EA will continue to release the top 100 in the coming days, leading up to the unveiling of the game’s best player.You can check out the complete list of players to have featured on the list so far on our dedicated page. Below is the full rundown of the players ranked between 40-31 and their stats as they will be seen on Ultimate Team when FIFA 18 hits the shelves on September 29.40. CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN | Tottenham Christian Eriksen FIFA 18Eriksen has established himself as one of the top playmakers in the Premier League and risen from an 84 rating on FIFA 17 release day to 87 overall as a result.39. ARTURO VIDAL | Bayern MunichArturo Vidal FIFA 18Now an important member of Bayern Munich’s midfield, Chile’s ball of energy Vidal keeps his 87 rating intact from FIFA 17.38. MARCELO | Real MadridMarcelo FIFA 18Real Madrid star Marcelo has leapfrogged David Alaba to become the highest-rated left-back in the world on FIFA 18.37. EDINSON CAVANI | PSGEdinson Cavani FIFA 18Cavani’s incredible 49-goal season for PSG sees his rating rise to 87. He started FIFA 17 with an 85 rating before going up to 86 in the mid-season refresh.36. PAUL POGBA | Manchester UnitedPaul Pogba FIFA 18Pogba seems to be settling into life back at Manchester United now but actually takes a one-point hit compared to his FIFA 17 rating. He still has five-star skill moves, however.35. N’GOLO KANTE | Chelsea N'Golo Kante FIFA 18Kante is one of the biggest risers in this year’s ratings. He started FIFA 17 at 81 overall before being pushed to 83, and has now rocketed up to 87 as the reigning Premier League Player of the Year.34. MARCO VERRATTI | PSGMarco Verratti FIFA 18Verratti’s status as one of the top midfield metronomes on the planet is in no doubt and he rises two points to 87 overall on FIFA 18.33. JEROME BOATENG | Bayern MunichJerome Boateng FIFA 18Boateng continues to struggle with injuries and after starting FIFA 17 with a 90 overall rating, he has now been brought down to 88.32. MESUT OZIL | ArsenalMesut Ozil FIFA 18Germany international Ozil is down one point from 89 to 88 overall on the back of another disappointing season for Arsenal.31. JAN OBLAK | Atletico MadridJan Oblak FIFA 18Oblak rises from 87 overall to 88, meaning only a handful of goalkeepers worldwide remain ahead of Atletico Madrid’s emerging shot-stopper.EA SPORTS is revealing all players’ ratings ahead of the release of FIFA 18 on the September 29. To pre-order your copy, head to: https://www.easports.com/uk/fifa/buy/united-kingdomlast_img read more