Union Bank of Nigeria Plc (UBN.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2014 interim results for the half year.For more information about Union Bank of Nigeria Plc (UBN.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Union Bank of Nigeria Plc (UBN.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Union Bank of Nigeria Plc (UBN.ng) 2014 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileUnion Bank of Nigeria Plc is a financial services institution in Nigeria providing banking products and services for individuals, small and medium-sized enterprises and corporations. The company also has business interests in the United Kingdom. The company provides a full-service offering ranging from transactional accounts, savings accounts and fixed deposits to personal and corporate loans, overdrafts and online and mobile banking services. Union Bank of Nigeria Plc also offers credit solutions which includes asset finance, corporate lending, debit capital finance, supplier finance, working capital finance and project finance as well as investment management services and trade finance solutions. The latter includes import and export letters of credit, bonds and guarantees and import and export bills of collection. Union Bank of Nigeria Plc offers treasury solutions, money market instruments, debt market services, cash management services and fixed term deposits. Founded in 2017, the company is a subsidiary of Union Global Partners Limited. Its head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Union Bank of Nigeria Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Secure Electronic Technology Plc (NSLTEC.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Technology sector has released it’s 2017 abridged results.For more information about Secure Electronic Technology Plc (NSLTEC.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Secure Electronic Technology Plc (NSLTEC.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Secure Electronic Technology Plc (NSLTEC.ng) 2017 abridged results.Company ProfileSecure Electronic Technology Plc holds the license to operate the national lottery in Nigeria. Formerly known as the National Sports Lottery, the company has an exclusive 30-year license granted by the Federal Government of Nigeria and governed by the National Lotteries Act 2005. Secure Electronic Technology Plc provides the infrastructure and technology to run the lottery and gaming products. Games managed by Secure Electronic Technology Plc includes 60F49, the newest Jackpot game; 2Sure, the game with the highest payout; 50F90, a fixed-odds game with a pre-determined payout; and Betwazobia, a dedicated 24/7 mobile and online game platform. Secure Electronic Technology Plc’s head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Secure Electronic Technology Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
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Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate TAGSFlorida Highway Patrol Previous articleApopka pastor preaches heresy from the pulpitNext articleSolar Bears looking forward to homestand Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 1 COMMENT LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply The Anatomy of Fear So very sorry this accident took this man’s life. There are getting to be so many accidents every single day. I can hear sirens all during the day and into the early morning pre-dawn hours just lying in my bed. It is getting so dangerous with all the increasing traffic, and it doesn’t matter which direction you are traveling, it is dangerous to be out and about on the roads. Updating Breaking News:From the Florida Highway PatrolA driver in Apopka was killed around midnight this morning when he was pinned between a guardrail and his car after being partially ejected from his vehicle after a collision according to reports from the FHP.Anthony Hanks, 44 of Orlando, was traveling southbound on Lakeville Road, under the overpass to State Road 414. His 2005 Chevy Tahoe left the southbound lane and crossed over the northbound lane. Hanks’ left front collided with the guardrail, partially ejecting him from the vehicle. Hanks then re-entered the southbound lane and the Tahoe’s right side collided with a guardrail. Hanks then left the southbound lane again, crossed over the northbound lane again, and the Tahoe’s left side and Hanks’ upper portion collided with the guardrail. Hanks was pinned between the car and the guardrail. He was not wearing a seat belt.The crash remains under investigation. Reply February 13, 2017 at 10:22 pm Mama Mia Please enter your comment! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
The Free Management Library is a US site that has assembled over 10,000 links to free articles about non-profit management. There is a section devoted to fundraising. Online jumpsite for non-profits Howard Lake | 11 January 2000 | News 11 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
States Struggle to Close Their Own Gender Pay GapsStateline News by Teresa WiltzCalifornia has the most stringent equal pay laws in the nation. But among its own workers, the state is still struggling to close the pay gap between men and women.Women who work for the state earn 79 cents for every dollar that men earn, according to a 2014 report by the California Department of Human Resources. That’s a wider gap than that faced by women who work in the private sector or for the federal government in the state.California isn’t alone. While nationwide data is not available, male state workers earn more than their female counterparts in many states, including Idaho, Maryland and Texas.An assessment last year by the online salary data firm PayScale listed the gender pay gap in public administration the fourth-highest among 21 professions and industries across the economy, with women making less than 75 percent of what men make — an average of $16,900 less. The gap in public administration trailed only finance and insurance, professional services and mining.Many cities, including Alexandria, Virginia, New Orleans and Sacramento, have spotted the gap and tried to address it, just as some states have.Late last year, the California Senate gave 10 percent raises to 71 state employees in an effort to address disparities in pay between male and female workers employed in the state Legislature.In January, lawmakers in South Carolina — where women who work for the state earn 87 percent of what men earn — introduced a bill that would guarantee equal pay for equal work and prohibit gender discrimination for private sector and state employees. In Missouri and New York, lawmakers have introduced legislation that would commission studies of wage disparities among state workers.In Minnesota, which has tried for decades to address the issue, Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton announced plans in November to grant state employees up to six weeks’ paid parental leave. The plan applies to all workers, but Edwin Hudson, deputy commissioner of the state’s management and budget office, said because women often lose wages when they take time off to care for children, it could help close the wage gap. Women in Minnesota state government earn 89 percent of men’s wages on average, up from 69 percent in 1976.In general, state jobs around the country are subject to stringent transparency rules, anti-discrimination laws and standardized pay rates. Despite these safeguards, disparities at the state level persist, though they are generally smaller than the pay gap in the private sector.Advocates for women such as Kate Nielsen, state policy analyst for the American Association of University Women (AAUW), said “occupational segregation” is partially to blame.“We need to look for ways to support women in nontraditional jobs and overcome implicit bias to make sure that women are being hired at all levels,” Nielsen said.For women to break into male-dominated fields in the state workforce, states need to step up recruitment efforts and work to ensure that entrance exams are not biased, said Ariane Hegewisch, the program director for employment and earnings at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, which focuses on policies that affect women.And once they’re on the job, women need to be protected from sexual harassment and discrimination, Hegewisch said. “Even if women get into these jobs, they may not decide to stay.”Women typically need more accommodating work arrangements, such as flex-time or telecommuting, to handle family obligations. As a result, Minnesota’s Hudson said, they often gravitate to lower-paying occupations that make it easier to meet the obligations. To close the gender gap among state workers, lawmakers need to pass flex-time legislation, Hudson said. Some jobs dictate strict schedules, but state government has to be creative, he said.“We’re going to have to be more competitive, particularly as the labor market shrinks,” Hudson said.Flurry of LegislationNationwide, women experience a persistent pay gap in the public and private sector, earning 80 percent of what men do. For women of color, the gap is even larger. At the current rate of wage growth, the AAUW projects that women will not reach pay equity with men until 2152.In the absence of legislation by the U.S. Congress, bills to address the gender pay gap have been introduced this year in at least 18 states, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.Typically, equal pay legislation covers both private and public sector employees, the AAUW’s Nielsen said. One exception is Louisiana, whose equal pay law protects just public sector employees, who account for 6 percent of the workforce in the state.And it seems to be effective. Women who work in Louisiana’s private sector earn 57 cents for every dollar men earn, while women working for the state earn 78 cents for every dollar their male counterparts make.Louisiana lawmakers introduced legislation this year that would amend the state’s 1950 pay protection law to include private sector employees. It also would require government contractors to verify equal pay practices.In Texas, women and minorities working for the state consistently earn less than white men — a gap that has grown over the past decade, according to data analysis by The Dallas Morning News.And in Maryland, an investigation last year by The Washington Post found that the pay gap among state employees was largest in Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s office, where men hold more senior positions and women earn 68 percent of what men earn.The wage gap among Maryland state workers “tells me that there is still some discrimination out there,” said Maryland state Sen. Susan Lee, a Democrat who sponsored a 2016 law aimed at combating the gender pay gap in the state and proposed a related bill this year. “Any kind of pay gap is not only unequal, it’s unacceptable.”State EffortsIn the 1970s and ’80s, many states made a concerted effort to tackle pay inequities between male and female government workers. They required employers in the public and private sector to pay men and women equal pay for the same work.By 1989, 20 states had implemented programs to boost the pay of lower-paid female government workers. These programs are no longer in place, but a 1994 study by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research and the Urban Institute found that the pay adjustments helped close the gap among state workers. Another 23 states had studied their wage gaps by the early ’90s.Today, a Minnesota commission monitors wages for state and local employees and reports on pay inequities to the Legislature every two years. According to a 2016 report by the state, an 11 percent wage gap persists among state workers largely because women are clustered at the lower end of the wage spectrum. The study found that if office, clerical and skilled craft jobs were held equally by men and women, the wage gap would decrease from 11 to 2 percent.California has several steps in place to try to prevent the wage gap between men and women. For example, the state outlines specific job classifications with corresponding pay rates for state workers, according to Joe DeAnda of the California Department of Human Resources. The state’s merit-pay system is also codified, with a specified range of pay raises. Sometimes this can work against managers seeking to remedy pay disparities. But it also means that managers can’t give male employees bigger raises, he said.Nationwide, the pay gap persists for a complex variety of reasons, from the stubbornness of the “pink collar ghetto” to “mommy tracking” to the fact that men typically occupy more senior positions in state government, equal pay advocates say.In short: Men and women continue to do different work — a phenomenon that plays out in state workforces around the country. In California, for example, the 20 percent pay gap persists partly because women work in lower-paying, clerical jobs, while men overwhelmingly work in male-dominated fields such as engineering, state police and fire departments, DeAnda says.“We’ve got more men in the higher-paying job classifications,” DeAnda said. “For the state, our job is to encourage more women to seek those higher-paying jobs.”The size of California’s pay gap has been decreasing, and DeAnda said he expects the state to continue to see improvements. But, he said, “this is a process that will take time, and perhaps require structural changes [i.e. legislation], to ultimately close the gap.”In its 2014 report, California’s Department of Human Resources recommended that state agencies step up efforts to recruit women, increase internships and job-shadowing opportunities for women, increase career development and professional training opportunities, and improve leadership development and succession planning efforts so the next generation of female workers is ready to step into upper-level positions.Closing the pay gap helps women and families to get ahead, said the AAUW’s Nielsen. And when states give female workers “a fair paycheck and a seat at the table, it means more women’s voices are represented, which means that there are more policies that will represent the population,” Nielsen said.To close the gap, states need to first do an audit, looking at pay and gender department by department, job by job, and ferret out what’s causing the inequities, said Emily Martin of the National Women’s Law Center, which advocates for legal and public policies that benefit women and families.“Only then can you close the gap,” Martin said.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
The Band’s The Last Waltz is arguably one of the greatest recognizable concerts and live albums of all time. On Thanksgiving day of 1976 in San Francisco’s Winterland Ballroom, the group ended their tenure with an all-star cast of musicians, celebrating an enormous musical legacy with one final performance. Throughout the night, The Band hosted musical guests like Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, Dr. John, Neil Young, Neil Diamond, Ringo Starr, Emmylou Harris, Joni Mitchell and so many more over the course of the night. Adding to the legacy of The Last Waltz is the accompanying concert footage, as it was captured in documentary form by the great Martin Scorsese and first released in April of 1978.Today, we’ve learned that The Last Waltz will soon be re-released as a massive box set, going deeper into The Band’s final show than ever before. Rhino Records will put out the release in a number of formats, including a remastered two-CD version, four-CD/Blu-ray Deluxe Edition and six-LP Deluxe Edition vinyl on November 11th. That will be followed by a massive four-CD/2-Blu-ray Collector’s Edition on December 9th.The initial Deluxe Edition releases will feature complete concert audio, with rehearsals and outtakes, and the vinyl version will feature 180-gram records in an ornate life-top box. These editions include songs that were not featured in the classic Last Waltz film, including “Furry Sings the Blues” with Joni Mitchell and “All Our Past Times” with Eric Clapton.Meanwhile, the limited Collector’s Edition includes the complete audio, as well as a full Blu-ray of the film and a second Blu-ray with a rare interview from Scorsese and Robbie Robertson from the 1990s. This also features a full 300-page book with Scorsese’s shooting script, and previously unseen photos from the night. Scorsese himself has penned the foreword for this collector’s item, and only 2,500 will be released worldwide.Check out the full tracklisting for The Last Waltz Collector’s Edition, below.Disc One1. “Theme From The Last Waltz” (with orchestra)2. “Up On Cripple Creek”3. “The Shape I’m In”4. “It Makes No Difference”5. “Who Do You Love” (with Ronnie Hawkins)6. “Life Is A Carnival”7. “Such A Night” (with Dr. John)8. “The Weight”9. “Down South In New Orleans” (with Bobby Charles)10. “This Wheel’s On Fire”11. “Mystery Train” (with Paul Butterfield)12. “Caldonia” (with Muddy Waters)13. “Mannish Boy” (with Muddy Waters)14. “Stagefright”Disc Two1. “Rag Mama Rag”2. “All Our Past Times” (with Eric Clapton)3. “Further On Up The Road” (with Eric Clapton)4. “Ophelia”5. “Helpless” (with Neil Young)6. “Four Strong Winds” (with Neil Young)7. “Coyote” (with Joni Mitchell)8. “Shadows And Light” (with Joni Mitchell)9. “Furry Sings The Blues” (with Joni Mitchell)10. “Acadian Driftwood”11. “Dry Your Eyes” (with Neil Diamond)12. “The W.S. Walcott Medicine Show”13. “Tura Lura Lura (That’s An Irish Lullaby)” (with Van Morrison)14. “Caravan” (with Van Morrison)Disc Three1. “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down”2. “The Genetic Method/Chest Fever”3. “Baby Let Me Follow You Down” (with Bob Dylan)4. “Hazel” – with Bob Dylan5. “I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Live We Never Have Met)” (with Bob Dylan)6. “Forever Young” (with Bob Dylan)7. “Baby Let Me Follow You Down” (Reprise) (with Bob Dylan)8. “I Shall Be Released”9. Jam #110. Jam #211. “Don’t Do It”12. “Greensleeves” (From Movie Soundtrack)Disc Four: “The Last Waltz Suite”1. “The Well”2. “Evangeline” (with Emmylou Harris)3. “Out Of The Blue”4. “The Weight” (with The Staples)5. “The Last Waltz Refrain”6. Concert Rehearsal7. “King Harvest (Has Surely Come)”8. “Tura Lura Lura (That’s An Irish Lullaby)”9. “Caravan”10. “Such A Night”11. “Rag Mama Rag”12. “Mad Waltz” (Sketch track for “The Well”)13. “The Last Waltz” (Instrumental)14. “The Last Waltz (Sketch)Disc Five: Blu Ray1. “Theme From The Last Waltz” (with orchestra)2. “Up on Cripple Creek”3. “The Shape I’m In”4. “It Makes No Difference”5. “Who Do You Love” (with Ronnie Hawkins)6. “Life Is A Carnival”7. “Such A Night” (with Dr. John)8. “Down South In New Orleans” (with Bobby Charles)9. “Mystery Train” (with Paul Butterfield)10. “Mannish Boy” (with Muddy Waters)11. “Stagefright”12. “Further On Up The Road” (with Eric Clapton)13. “Ophelia”14. “Helpless” (with Neil Young)15. “Coyote” (with Joni Mitchell)16. “Dry Your Eyes” (with Neil Diamond)17. “Tura Lura Lura (That’s An Irish Lullaby)” (with Van Morrison)18. “Caravan” (with Van Morrison)19. “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down”20. “Baby Let Me Follow You Down” (with Bob Dylan)21. “I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Live We Never Have Met)” (with Bob Dylan)22. “Forever Young” (with Bob Dylan)23. “Baby Let Me Follow You Down” (Reprise)24. “I Shall Be Released” (Finale)25. “The Well”26. “Evangeline” (with Emmylou Harris)27. “Out Of The Blue”28. “The Weight” (with The Staples)29. “The Last Waltz Refrain”30. “Theme From The Last Waltz”[H/T Rolling Stone]
Today, jamgrass quintet Greensky Bluegrass has released their seventh studio album, All For Money, via the band’s own label, Big Blue Zoo Records.The follow up to 2016’s Shouted, Written Down & Quoted, the new twelve-track record was recorded at Echo Mountain Recording in Asheville, NC alongside co-producers Dominic John Davis (Jack White’s longtime bassist) and Glenn Brown.From the instant you hit play, you know this Greensky record is a new thing. “Do It Alone” is brought to life with the slight feedback of an instrument being plugged into a hot amp, giving way to an ethereal swirling of energy that Paul Hoffman quickly fills with a slippery, staccato beat, and distorted, dream-like vocals that draws the listener in. Greensky’s effortless slipping back and forth between a whisper and a howl is a fan favorite weapon in their arsenal, and it never fails to enchant. Guitarist Dave Bruzza quickly launches the second track, “Murder Of Crows,” with his nasal vocal counter point to Hoffman’s histrionics to great effect. Aided by dobro wizard Anders Beck‘s first break out moments of the new disc, the track’s frenetic pace gets the blood pumping in a way that only bluegrass can.The confidence that Greensky Bluegrass has in themselves is well earned and on full display with this new release.”What You Need” isn’t overtly braggadocios, just self sure and fearless. Having established their strength, the band allows themselves a moment of introspection with “Ashes” that showcases not only Hoffman’s talent for vulnerable lyrics, but the delicate string work the band is more than capable of.Fans love when Greensky stretches things out onstage, and “Courage For The Road” shows them ready to go that route in the studio as well. Clearly this nine-minute masterpiece, with its epic lyrical narrative and swirling solos, is destined to become a show centerpiece for decades to come. After scaling such heights on early tracks like “Collateral Damage”, “Like Reflections” could be overlooked by dazed listeners if it wasn’t for the amount of sheer heart the band gives each note. “Like Reflections” stands tall as the most entrancing Bruzza lead yet recorded by the band, and his bandmates aid in making the song an unforgettable experience.“Wish I Didn’t Know” evokes other Hoffman tunes with it’s vulnerability and echoing sincere humanity, which perfectly counterpoints the mechanical precision of Michael Arlen Bont‘s deft banjo fretwork. Never a band to shy away from the darkness that lies within us all, Greensky gets scary with “It’s Not Mine Anymore.” The track’s soaring fills from Beck and the distorted, overlapping vocals, brings a nightmare element to the song, which lasts with the listener long after the last note fades. Luckily for the easily scared, Hoffman has a perfectly conceived and presented ode to the feeling we feel when in the presence of the one who lights your life, and the fear we feel when we have to part to wash away the lingering doubt.The album’s title track “All For Money” feeds off the quickened heartbeat that bassist Mike Devol imbues it with, to ask a rather poignant philosophical question, “Why do we do the things we do?” Over its nearly eight-minute run time, the band posits the fact that life is better when we do things for personal growth not financial gain. It’s a remarkably astute observation and one that is clearly born from the success that Greensky has achieved.All For Money is a significant step forward for Greensky Bluegrass. The sheer advancement in every facet of their collective whole, including string work, lyrical thought, vocal presence, and sonic diversity, is astounding and inspiring. Greensky Bluegrass hasn’t just created an album to be proud of, they’ve charted a path to success through hard work, dedication, and inspiration that all bands would do well to follow.Greensky Bluegrass – ‘All For Money’ All For Money Tracklisting: 1. Do It Alone2. Murder of Crows3. What You Need4. Ashes5. Courage for the Road6. Collateral Damage7. Like Reflections8. Cathedral Eyes9. Wish I Didn’t Know10. It’s Not Mine Anymore11. Do Harm12. All For MoneyView TracklistingFans across the country have the remainder of January and the first week into February to catch the band on their winter tour, before they begin their presumable spring and summer concert runs, which will include stops at High Sierra and Telluride Bluegrass Festivals. Fans can click here for tickets to the band’s upcoming shows.Greensky Bluegrass 2019 Winter Tour Dates:January 18 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant *January 19 – Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle *January 22 – St. Petersburg, FL – Jannus Landing Terrace ^January 23 – Charleston, SC – Charleston Music Hall ^January 24 – Knoxville, TN – The Mill & Mine ^January 25 – Raleigh, NC – The Ritz ^January 26 – Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore Charlotte ^January 27 – Charleston, WV – Mountain StageJanuary 29 – Portland, ME – State Theatre #January 30 – Boston, MA – House of Blues #January 31 – Jim Thorpe, PA – Penn’s PeakFebruary 1 – Washington, DC – The Anthem #February 2 – Washington DC – The Anthem #February 5 – Cleveland, OH – House of Blues #February 6 – Columbus, OH – Express Live! #February 7 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE #February 8 – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore DetroitFebruary 9 – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore Detroit*w/ Circles Around the Sun#w/ Billy Strings^Cris Jacobs BandView All Tour Dates