Loading… The midfielder also paid tribute to match-winner Richarlison, saluting the Brazilian’s explosive attacking quality and relentless work rate. Everton created a host of chances against Brighton but Richarlison’s skilfully manufactured 38th-minute goal ultimately proved decisive as the Blues secured a deserved victory. Everton have won three of their four top-flight matches under Ancelotti’s stewardship and just four points separate the Blues from sixth place in the table. Academy graduate Davies – who has started 12 of Everton’s past 14 Premier League matches – delivered another accomplished midfield performance against Brighton, with his energy and positive intent helping the Blues dominate for extended periods. Davies believes the Toffees will continue to improve as the manager further implements his ideas and principles. “We’re working hard to try to get better,” he said. “Last week training was good for us. It was the first time we’ve had a full week of training with the manager, with the fixture schedule we’ve had. “The manager has been brilliant since he’s come in – him and all his staff. I’m just looking to improve as much as I can under him. “Everybody knows how great a career he’s had in football – both as a manager and playing. “His staff have all got great knowledge of football, too. For me, being a young player, I’ve just got to try to pick up everything I can from the manager. “He’s been great so far and I’m looking forward to the rest of the season Promoted Content8 Shows That Went From “Funny” To “Why Am I Watching This”7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phone14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Insane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterTop 10 Tiniest Phones Ever Made7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better “It was a good performance from us all [against Brighton]. We needed the three points. “We’re doing well in the league of late. We’ve only lost to Man City in the past seven league games. It’s all about looking forward now. “We’re close to the top half of the table and we want to push on. “The way we’ve been playing in the league, I don’t see why we can’t finish high up. We need to keep our consistency and, if we do that, we’ll climb the table.” Richarlison’s strike represented his 10th of the season, moving the Brazil international level with Dominic Calvert-Lewin as Everton’s joint-top goalscorer Richarlison provided a constant attacking threat against Brighton, with his five shots the highest total of any player on the pitch. He contested 22 duels – eight more than any other individual during the game – and recovered possession eight times for his team. Davies explained how Richarlison’s all-action performances have a galvanising effect on the team. “He’s a quality player and he’s banging them in now for fun now,” he said. “I’m made up to have him on my team and to be able to train and play with him is brilliant. “It’s not only his quality in scoring goals, it’s his work rate. Read Also:EPL: Southampton stun Leicester as Everton pip Brighton “He’s shown that again [against Brighton]. The lad just keeps going. “When you think you’ve got nothing left, he’s there running, and it picks you up again. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Tom Davies is confident Everton’s win over Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday can kickstart another strong series of results and revealed his belief the Blues will climb the Premier League table under “brilliant” manager Carlo Ancelotti.
The Palm Beach County School District is trying to gauge how prepared families are in case schools need to close in order to protect students and staff from the coronavirus.A district spokesperson said Thursday a short technology survey is being sent to all principals to share with parents in the coming days.The survey will ask parents about their family’s access to WiFi at home, in the event learning needs to happen remotely or through digital instruction.District Coronavirus Update for 3/11/20 Read the letter to parents and staff: https://t.co/DSKbN3RXp7 pic.twitter.com/KGrc6LLhEr— PBCSD (@pbcsd) March 11, 2020 “Every child is entitled to equal access to high quality education,” says Claudia Shea, Director of Communications and Engagement for the district.Shea adds that the district sends out surveys on a regular basis, although this is the first one to have a technology focus.The district may also use its television channels to get information out to students if remote learning becomes necessary, she explains.It is unknown when the survey will be distributed.
November 19, 2013 561 Views in Secondary Market Share “”JPMorgan Chase””:http://www.jpmorganchase.com has struck a deal with the U.S. Department of Justice to resolve civil claims from both federal and state officials over residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) issued prior to January 1, 2009, by the bank and two financial institutions it acquired in 2008├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô-Bear Stearns and Washington Mutual.[IMAGE]The $13 billion settlement is the largest in American history between the U.S. government and a single entity.Under the agreement reached, JPMorgan will pay $9 billion in restitution and provide an additional $4 billion in relief for homeowners at risk of foreclosure and communities impacted by the housing crisis. Federal officials say the relief funding could benefit more than 100,000 borrowers. According to JPMorgan, the cash portion of the settlement payment consists of a $2 billion civil monetary penalty and $7 billion in compensatory payments, including a previously announced $4 billion payment to resolve litigation “”claims from the Federal Housing Finance Agency””:https://themreport.com/articles/jpmorgan-fhfa-settle-on-51b-deal-over-soured-loans-2013-10-28. Borrower relief will be in the form of principal reduction, forbearance, and other direct benefits from various relief programs, the bank explained. JPMorgan Chase has committed to complete delivery of the promised relief to borrowers before the end of 2017.The settlement was negotiated through the Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities Working Group, a joint state and federal unit formed in 2012 by President Obama to investigate wrongdoing within the mortgage-backed securities market that helped to trigger, contribute to, or exacerbate the U.S. financial crisis.[COLUMN_BREAK]””New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman””:http://www.ag.ny.gov/ co-chairs the RMBS Working Group. Tuesday’s settlement comes 13 months after Schneiderman sued JPMorgan for fraudulent RMBS packaged and sold by Bear Stearns before it was acquired by JPMorgan at the behest of government officials at the Federal Reserve, FDIC, and U.S. Treasury. In announcing the unprecedented settlement, Schneiderman said, “”Since my first day in office, I have insisted that there must be accountability for the misconduct that led to the crash of the housing market and the collapse of the American economy. This historic deal … is exactly what our working group was created to do.””He continued, “”We refused to allow systemic frauds that harmed so many New York homeowners and investors to simply be forgotten, and as a result we’ve won a major victory today in the fight to hold those who caused the financial crisis accountable.””Separately, the “”FDIC””:http://www.fdic.gov announced Tuesday that it also reached a settlement with JPMorgan Chase and its affiliates in relation to the failure of six banks. The FDIC, acting as receiver for the failed institutions, says misrepresentations where made in the offering documents for 40 RMBS purchased by the now-defunct banks. JPMorgan agreed to pay $515.4 million, which will be distributed among the receiverships for the failed Citizens National Bank (failed May 22, 2009), Strategic Capital Bank (May 22, 2009), Colonial Bank (August 14, 2009), Guaranty Bank (August 21, 2009), Irwin Union Bank and Trust Company (September 18, 2009), and United Western Bank (January 21, 2011).From May 2012 to September 2012, the FDIC as receiver for five of the failed banks filed 10 lawsuits against JPMorgan, its affiliates, and other defendants for violations of federal and state securities laws in connection with the sale of RMBS.As part of the global settlement reached, JPMorgan acknowledged it made serious, material misrepresentations to the public–including the investing public–about numerous RMBS transactions, according to a statement on the New York attorney general’s website.JPMorgan Chase says it is fully reserved for this settlement. JPMorgan, Feds Reach Record $13B Deal on RMBS Claims Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Fannie Mae FDIC FHFA Freddie Mac Investors JPMorgan Chase Justice Department Lenders & Servicers Mortgage-Backed Securities RMBS Service Providers 2013-11-19 Carrie Bay
When it comes to selling into major accounts, it used to be that working harder than your competition was enough to provide valuable separation from them. But today, writes Richard Ruff for the Sales Hunter, that strategy is a one-way ticket to parity, not competitive advantage. And it’s the latter that companies – especially at the expansion stage – need if they want to win those major accounts.So, how can you create it in today’s uber-competitive markets?Thinking and acting strategically is one important piece of the puzzle, Ruff argues. But all too often, “random activity conducted with urgency” is confused with strategic thinking. And three common follies are the root causes of bad strategy.According to Ruff, those strategic follies include:Foolery: Occurs when the hard work of collecting and analyzing information about the account is neglected or marginalized. You can’t assume that what’s worked in the past will automatically continue to work.Fluff: When mastery of the obvious becomes common practice and buzzwords are substituted for substance, it’s fluff – not strategy.Fuzziness: True strategy is defined as a coordinated series of steps to accomplish a well-defined goal. Fuzziness is a disconnected set of things to do.Wondering where your strategy falls? Read the rest of Ruff’s post here.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis