in the united states was filed last week 251 000 unemployment compensation application, told the trade magazine.the Number was the lowest in seven weeks, and answered more or less analysts ' expectations.according to Bloomberg collected by the analysts forecast of expected applications for the 250 000.Two weeks ago the american left 233 000 unemployment compensation application.
the west metro's chairman of the board Olli Isotalo as well as the west metro's managing director Ville Saksi reveal the west metro estimated completion date of Friday.the western metro Aalto university, Keilaniemi and Tapiola stations, the so-called common testing testing have been successful.the Tests will continue in the other stations, but the west metro leaders dare to give an estimate of the project completion date of Friday, at 12 o'clock, starting the briefing.the Entire west metro project cost forecast is 1,186 billion, which is the crossing of 338 million euros of the original project plan index-adjusted price comparison.the Original estimate, according to the west metro operation was supposed to launch last mid-August.in June, was informed that this was delayed.
the Us labour market, a strong state was further evidence on Friday.the U.S. employment figures sought confirmation of the fed's rate hike expectations.Agriculture outside jobs increased in February, 235 000 song, when bloomberg was collected by the economist forecast a reading of 200 000.the January reading was revised according to the data of 238 000 copies.the U.S. industrial employment change was 28 000 copies in February.Economists were expecting 10 000 and the previous reading was 11 000.
Here's the plan for the payment giant - which already burned 4 billion in the battle to become the first choice for the world traders. It's fun to show off Sweden in this way, and fun to the weather been a little better, he says, when Breakit reach him in a pause on Tuesday afternoon. The way forward is, among other things through a quartet of new products, which invited customers to be part of the week in the Stockholm archipelago. 36,000 of them are e-retailers, a small part is both e-commerce and shops, but the rest is physical traders. The forecast for 2016 is to get additional 30,000. Bambora is owned by Nordic Capital Fund VIII.
The forestry company Stora Enso announced the investment. Stora Enso is investing EUR 70 million in a new polyeteenipäällystyslinjaan and automated roll warehouse Imatra mills. According to the company, it strengthens its position as an internationally leading provider of high-quality cartons. "PE-coating to improve barrier- ie läpäisemättömyysominaisuuksia cardboard packaging and functionality in demanding applications such as food and liquids." The investment will be launched during the second quarter of 2016 and is expected to be completed at the beginning of 2017 to the fourth quarter. "This investment is in line with the Group's investment forecast previously announced EUR 680-720 million for the year 2016."
iOS/Android/Facebook Messenger: Poncho wakes you gently with music that changes with the weather, offers a simple, useful forecast for the day, provides transit and traffic info, and helps you get through the day with a few GIFs and some jokes—and a cartoon kitty.With one glance at your phone, you ll get a simple forecast for the day, air quality and pollen alerts, and their bad hair forecast, which will let you know if it s going to be a frizzy or drizzly day.If you live in a traffic or transit-heavy city, you ll get notifications of delays, accidents, train issues, and so on.Your local forecast is delivered to your phone twice a day, and you ll also get helpful reminders to do things like bring an umbrella or layer up, which I can appreciate.Poncho started life as a text service that would clue you in on all of this, combined with a little levity to start your day on the right foot.It graduated to a full app a few months ago on the iPhone, then a Facebook Messenger service, and today, with a new beta Android app.
The company also Wednesday forecast revenue in the current quarter that topped analysts estimates, sending shares up as much as 6.6 percent in extended trading.Chief Executive Officer Marc Benioff is benefiting from a multiyear effort to persuade corporations to adopt software delivered over the Internet, or the cloud.During a call with analysts, the company touted new deals with Samsung Electronics Co., Uber Technologies Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. that expanded on existing relationships.Revenue increased 27 percent to $1.92 billion in the fiscal first quarter ended April 30, topping the average estimate of $1.89 billion.Over the last three years -- as successful as the company has always been -- we have put a particular emphasis on the enterprise and a focus on expansion in our international markets, Keith Block, president and chief operating officer, said on a conference call with analysts.Benioff said the company will continue to look for new ways to work with Amazon s cloud services, which provide computing power and storage for customers.The acquisition will help it offer AI capabilities to automate and personalize customer support, marketing and many other business processes.
Privacy vs. personalizationUnlike Google, Facebook, and other tech companies that make money from advertising, Apple doesn t collect your personal data because it doesn t need to.It makes money by selling you hardware and getting you to sign up for monthly subscription services like iCloud storage and Apple Music, among other revenue generators.The company has a trio of so-called privacy czars who vet every decision, even inspecting lines of code that might violate laws or company standards.Siri usually reverts to a web search for questions it doesn t know the answers to, and now I ve come to expect that if I want anything more than a timer set or the weather forecast, I ll have to look it up myself.The assistant is hugely helpful on the fourth-gen Apple TV and in Apple Music, and iOS 9 included a Siri search API for deep-linking.Engineers in Cupertino may be working right now on a Siri reboot to rival Google and Amazon s assistants, and maybe even an Apple version of a voice-activated hub like Google Home or Amazon Echo.
For investors in Taiwan s $841 billion stock market, Tim Cook matters more than Tsai Ing-wen.While the ascension of independence-leaning Tsai to the presidency on Friday has sparked concern relations with China will deteriorate, JPMorgan Asset Management and BlackRock Inc. say the bigger risk is the slowdown in the global smartphone business.Apple reported its first quarterly sales decline in 13 years, with Chief Executive Officer Cook acknowledging on April 26 that -- nine years after the iPhone s game-changing debut -- the market had stopped growing.Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. and Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. both reported falling profit last quarter.Investor confidence in Taiwan s stock market reflects "export demand, and by far the dominant export demand factor is electronics and Apple in particular," said Howard Wang, Hong Kong-based head of greater China for JPMorgan Asset Management, which managed $1.7 trillion as of March 31.Pegatron Corp., which assembles iPhones, missed profit expectations and said April sales dived 16 percent.TSMC, one of the largest manufacturers of the application processors that are a mobile device s brains --- cut its 2016 smartphone demand forecast in April.In March, Chinese President Xi Jinping vowed to "resolutely contain Taiwan independence secessionist activities in any form," a warning to Tsai s incoming government.The Communist Party considers the island a province, even though it has been governed separately for more than 66 years, and reserves the right to use force to prevent it from moving toward formal independence."Taiwan having a government that s uninterested in unification with China is nothing new," Chou said, referring to two former presidents who leaned toward independence.She will focus on economic and social issues."
Tesla Motors Inc. has set an unrealistic goal for itself and will probably miss 2018 production forecasts by a whopping 66 percent, according to a report Wednesday by Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Should that dissuade you from buying the stock?"This is the sort of wild disconnect that Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk has wrought.By moving up his already-ambitious goal of building 500,000 electric cars in 2020 by a full two years, he's left Wall Street models in disarray.Tesla announced Wednesday that it's selling another $1.4 billion in stock to help fund the company's expansion.Joseph Spak, an analyst at RBC Capital Markets, said the capital round was about $100 million less than his forecast, though it comes more than a year sooner than expected.Goldman Sachs joined RBC and Robert Baird in brushing aside the new 2018 goal while simultaneously adjusting their expectations for 2020 to a range that's more consistent with Musk's original target—one that until recently had mostly been considered fantasy.
Networking routers and switches and services don t play as well in a TV commercial as do iPhones shooting 4K video.You could make an argument that the only time Cisco was really cool was back in 2009, when it paid $590 million for Pure Digital, the maker of the then-popular line of Flip Video digital video cameras.And whether it was because a consumer gadget didn t fit in with its traditional networking gear business, or people just didn t buy enough Flips once they really got into shooting video on their iPhones, Cisco shut down Flip, and stopped making its video cameras in 2011.And on Thursday, Cisco s shares rose 3.2 percent to close at $27.57 after the company reported one of its typically solid business quarters.So, in case you missed it…Late Wednesday, Cisco reported fiscal third-quarter earnings of 57 cents a share on $12 billion in sales, while Wall Street analysts had forecast the company to earn 55 cents a share on $11.97 billion.By contrast, sales of routers were off by 5 percent and switching-gear revenue declined by 3 percent.No, it s not the kind of stuff that will have the cool factor of something like a 50-foot-high green wall and a park where you can wander in and contemplate whether you should get the 64-gigabyte or 128GB iPhone 6 Plus.: If Cisco is boring, yet consistent, anything involving John McAfee is going to be like 17 straight rides on Disneyland s Big Thunder Mountain Railroad without being strapped into your seat.It was barely a week ago, that McAfee, founder of McAfee, one of the first big anti-virus software companies, one-time-kinda-but-not-really fugitive from Belize, and current Libertarian Party presidential candidate, was named Chief Executive to MGT Capital Investments.Actually, it was more like McAfee took over the company, as part of his joining MGT was it acquiring his latest venture, anti-spy technology company D-Vasive, and saying it would rename itself John McAfee Global Technologies.So, it should come as no surprise that investing in a John McAfee company would be as wild an experience as McAfee being McAfee.
Russian statistics authority Rosstat, the Russian GDP drop readings mitigated the impact of the current leap year, the Bank of Finland Economies in Transition BOFIT says. an exceptionally strong increase in crude oil production is also supported GDP. Russian and international energy authorities estimate that Russian oil production growth is slow end of the year. They suggest the perception of the overall development of the heterogeneity complicates the GDP time series, due to the ongoing status Rosstat store a vision, in which the methods of calculating GDP statistics updated to reflect the more recent international recommendations. BOFIT according to most recent forecasts estimate Russia's GDP decline this year to 1.2-1.3 per cent. The economy ministry's forecast of -0.2 per cent is obviously one of the most favorable.
Tesla raised $1.46 billion in the stock sale it announced earlier this week, raking in fresh capital to help pay for its ambitious goal of producing 500,000 cars annually by 2018.The shares were priced at $215, according to a prospectus supplement filed Thursday.The Palo Alto electric car maker offered about 6.5 million shares and CEO Elon Musk sold nearly 2.8 million shares.Reuters notes that Tesla has raised $4.5 billion in debt and equity offerings in the past six years, when it raised $226 million in its June 2010 IPO.The company has gone back to the markets to raise capital several times ; in August 2015 the company sold stock at a price of $242, raising $738 million.Tesla is ramping up production amid unprecedented demand for its vehicles.The company has boosted its 2016 capital spending forecast to about $2.25 billion; it had about $1.44 billion in cash as of March 31.Tesla shares are up about 1 percent to $217.50 today.In related news, Reuters is reporting that some suppliers are skeptical about Tesla s production goals, which Musk himself has referred to as aggressive.Among the reasons analysts and supplier executives are raising doubts, according to Reuters: The design and specifications of the Model 3 sedan hasn t been finalized, although Musk has said that will happen next month.Photo: The Tesla factory complex in Fremont, Calif., on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016.
Laura A. Oda/Bay Area News Group The East Bay economy and job market turned in a solid performance during 2015, marking an upswing that is expected to continue thanks in large measure to the region's edge in office costs and housing prices, according to a new forecast released Thursday."Office space is cheaper, the environment is good, housing is less expensive and companies are coming to the East Bay," said Christopher Thornberg, principal executive with Beacon Economics, which presented its study to the East Bay Economic Development Alliance.The East Bay, consisting of Alameda County and Contra Costa County, last year added 30,000 jobs, which produced a 2.8 percent increase in jobs compared with 2014."Economic growth in the East Bay is expected to remain strong in 2016, building on the gains achieved in 2015," Beacon's report said.However, both Santa Clara County and the San Francisco-San Mateo region grew more rapidly last year.The job market grew by 4.2 percent in Santa Clara County and by 4.4 percent in the San Francisco-San Mateo area.Major hiring booms by big Silicon Valley companies such as Cupertino-based Apple and Mountain View-based Google, coupled with expansions of Facebook in Menlo Park, along with a tech boom in San Francisco, have caused the economy to surge.We want to become the place of choice because the East Bay is such a good place to do business," said Darien Louie, executive director of the East Bay Economic Development Alliance.In the technology sector, computer systems design and related services generated 2,100 East Bay jobs over the 12 months that ended in February, according to Beacon.
To learn more and subscribe, please click here.Delivering packages to consumers is one of the most discussed uses for drones here in the U.S., but FAA regulations have prevented companies such as Amazon from doing so.European governments, on the other hand, have been far more receptive to drone delivery, and German transportation and logistics company DHL has taken full advantage of this situation.People can visit a DHL "Skyports" location where it stores the drones, insert their package into a box, and input a code that attaches the package to a drone and activates it.The drone then departs and can travel between the two villages in eight minutes, compared to the half hour it takes by road.The Parcelcoptor can travel up to 45 miles per hour, has a six-foot wingspan, and can carry up to 4.5 pounds.This method is much simpler than delivering packages to individual homes, which is Amazon's plan for its Prime Air delivery system.So it might be prudent or the retail giant and other drone delivery programs to consider this approach.Drones turned the corner in 2015 to become a popular consumer device, while a framework for regulation that legitimizes drones in the US began to take shape.The accelerating pace of drone adoption is also pushing governments to create new regulations that balance safety and innovation.Safer technology and better regulation will open up new applications for drones in the commercial sector, including drone delivery programs like Amazon s Prime Air and Google s Project Wing initiatives.Jonathan Camhi, research analyst for BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service, has compiled a detailed drones report that forecasts sales revenues for consumer, enterprise, and military drones.It also projects the growth of drone shipments for consumers and enterprises.The report details several of world s major drone suppliers and examines trends in drone adoption among several leading industries.Finally, it examines the regulatory landscape in several markets and explains how technologies like obstacle avoidance and drone-to-drone communications will impact drone adoption.Here are some of the key takeaways from the report:We project revenues from drones sales to top $12 billion in 2021, up from just over $8 billion last year.Shipments of consumer drones will more than quadruple over the next five years, fueled by increasing price competition and new technologies that make flying drones easier for beginners.Growth in the enterprise sector will outpace the consumer sector in both shipments and revenues as regulations open up new use cases in the US and EU, the two biggest potential markets for enterprise drones.Technologies like geo-fencing and collision avoidance will make flying drones safer and make regulators feel more comfortable with larger numbers of drones taking to the skies.Right now FAA regulations have limited commercial drones to a select few industries and applications like aerial surveying in the agriculture, mining, and oil and gas sectors.The military sector will continue to lead all other sectors in drone spending during our forecast period thanks to the high cost of military drones and the growing number of countries seeking to acquire them.In full, the report:Compares drone adoption across the consumer, enterprise, and government sectors.Breaks down drone regulations across several key markets and explains how they ve impacted adoption.Discusses popular use cases for drones in the enterprise sector, as well as nascent use case that are on the rise.Analyzes how different drone manufacturers are trying to differentiate their offerings with better hardware and software components.Explains how drone manufacturers are quickly enabling autonomous flight in their products that will be a major boon for drone adoption.To get your copy of this invaluable guide, choose one of these options:Subscribe to an ALL-ACCESS Membership with BI Intelligence and gain immediate access to this report AND over 100 other expertly researched deep-dive reports, subscriptions to all of our daily newsletters, and much more.
To learn more and subscribe, please click here.The world is increasingly becoming mobile-first, which means businesses must provide a seamless mobile experience to please their customers.This is especially true in retail, as mobile users now expect brands and businesses to create personalized apps and sites that provide targeted and contextual experiences within the next three years, according to a survey from Sitecore and Vanson Bourne.Approximately one-third of the respondents 4,500 mobile users and 450 brands said they would give up on a brand completely after just one poor mobile experience, a statistic that should make retailers take notice.More than one-third 35% of the respondents expect personalized apps and websites in the near future, while 27% want to be able to place orders "on the move."The company expects these app value additions to further increase app member growth for the remainder of this year.Mobile payments are becoming more popular, but they still face some high barriers, such as consumers' continued loyalty to traditional payment methods and fragmented acceptance among merchants.But as loyalty programs are integrated and more consumers rely on their mobile wallets for other features like in-app payments, adoption and usage will surge over the next few years.Evan Bakker, research analyst for BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service, has compiled a detailed report on mobile payments that forecasts the growth of in-store mobile payments in the U.S., analyzes the performance of major mobile wallets like Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Samsung Pay, and addresses the barriers holding mobile payments back as well as the benefits that will propel adoption.Here are some key takeaways from the report:In our latest US in-store mobile payments forecast, we find that volume will reach $75 billion this year.Consumers are showing interest in wallets with integrated loyalty programs.This strategy has been proved successful in China with platforms like WeChat and Alipay.In full, the report: Forecasts the growth of US in-store mobile payments volume and users through 2020.Measures mobile wallet user engagement by forecasting mobile payments' share of their annual retail spending.Reviews the performance of major mobile wallets like Apple Pay and Samsung Pay.Addresses the key barriers that are preventing mobile in-store payments from taking off.Identifies the growth drivers that will ultimately carve a path for mainstream adoption.To get your copy of this invaluable guide, choose one of these options:Subscribe to an ALL-ACCESS Membership with BI Intelligence and gain immediate access to this report AND over 100 other expertly researched deep-dive reports, subscriptions to all of our daily newsletters, and much more.But however you decide to acquire this report, you ve given yourself a powerful advantage in your understanding of how mobile payments are rapidly evolving.
The economy The EU could bring to remain Britain's population of 5.23 million by 2030, claims the British EU the difference between a profitable Vote Leave campaign. According to the British health care system would be number of people due to too hard. Calculation is based on the fact that the EU in 2020, accompanied by five new states and Britain's support system continues to withdraw its new intra-EU migrants attracted to. Campaign According to calculations by other EU countries 170 000 to 430 000 people, so that by 2030 the population had grown from 2.58 to 5.23 million people passed on to Britain each year. Also, the UK Statistics Authority forecast that Britain's population is growing as a result of immigration, all a little less than three million by the year 2029 at the latest. British Prime Minister David Cameron that it takes dozens of years before Turkey joins the EU, and the acceptance of Albania, Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro have an exact timetable.
New developer APIs will make in-app and mobile web integration simpler.In-app: Android Pay is already integrated into a limited number of apps.That could further broaden the wallet s addressable audience, since mobile users tend to spend the majority of their commerce-related shopping time in browsers but complete purchases at a much lower rate than PC users due to friction associated with slower connections and small screens.Loyalty: Android Pay users can add loyalty and gift cards by selecting a deep link via an email, SMS message, or push notification.Google s expansion of Android Pay s use cases could help make Android Pay more competitive while accelerating adoption and pushing users to test the service.Mobile wallets have lagged in adoption because limited in-store and in-app acceptance has hindered habit formation among potential wallet users.But as loyalty programs are integrated and more consumers rely on their mobile wallets for other features like in-app payments, adoption and usage will surge over the next few years.Evan Bakker, research analyst for BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service, has compiled a detailed report on mobile payments that forecasts the growth of in-store mobile payments in the U.S., analyzes the performance of major mobile wallets like Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Samsung Pay, and addresses the barriers holding mobile payments back as well as the benefits that will propel adoption.Here are some key takeaways from the report:In our latest US in-store mobile payments forecast, we find that volume will reach $75 billion this year.Other potential add-ons, like in-app, in-browser, and P2P payments, will also start fueling adoption.
The lack of transparency effects enhances clarity, and tab-based access to app sections improves on the swipe-happy iPhone navigation.At the foot of the screen, the tab bar enables you to quickly jump to today s forecast, predictions for the coming week, a satellite rainfall/temperature globe map that you can spin with a finger, alerts, and the means to report local weather to help improve subsequent forecasts .Needless to say, people are annoyed about the discrepancy and making lots of noise about what the developer is calling a bit of an experiment .For our money, we reckon it s worth looking at the bigger picture.Ultimately, the users of any platform must decide whether they re going to support developers by paying for nice things, or put up with intrusive ads.Liked that?
Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done.Android/iOS/Web: Today, Google announced a brand new tool called Spaces that allows multiple users to create a shared workspace for projects.Alfred 3.0 Brings More Flexibility to Workflows, Better Text Expansion, and a Multimedia ClipboardOS X: Alfred, one of our favorite app launchers, just updated with a ton of useful new features.Now, it s added a sweet new feature that allows you to track your sleep habits over time, on top of the usual alarm features.Android: Yahoo may not be the first app you think of to manage your email, but the company s mobile apps are still pretty sweet.iOS/Android/Facebook Messenger: Poncho wakes you gently with music that changes with the weather, offers a simple, useful forecast for the day, provides transit and traffic info, and helps you get through the day with a few GIFs and some jokes—and a cartoon kitty.
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