Gemma Collins has revealed her manifesto for if she were to ever run for prime minister – and let’s just say, her policies could not be any more GC. The reality star believes she could do a better job than Boris Johnson by “making things a lot more fun” and inventing a money tree, it seems. Speaking about the changes she’d make to the country on her Radio 1 podcast, Gemma also said that everyone having a swimming pool was “a bog standard necessity”. She said: “I think my ideal future is that everyone could have endless money, so everyone could have whatever they want. Sunshine every day, ice creams for free, everyone has to have a swimming pool – a bog standard necessity – we’d only work three days a week and then you could party the rest and you still got the same salary.“She also has plans to ban animal cruelty, increase holidays and promote the coverage of happy news so people don’t “have to think about bad things”.The self-proclaimed Essex diva also has designs on 10 Downing Street, revealing she would be changing the colour of the iconic black door were it to become her home. She continued: “Obviously Downing Street wouldn’t know what hit them. I’d make sure my door at Downing Street was pink.“And I wouldn’t be coming out doing any bog standard boring announcements.“When the GC rolls out to make an announcement to her people, she’d be coming along a pink carpet, there would be music, there would be a glass of champagne as I was delivering a message to the nation.“She added: “That would be a good future for everyone. So GC for Prime Minister, move over Boris, the GC is in town.”The Gemma Collins Podcast is available to stream now. READ MORE: 12 Times Gemma Collins' Diva On Lockdown Was The (Ridiculous) Tonic We Needed Gemma Collins Reckons She Has Something Bizarre In Common With Stranger Things' Eleven Gemma Collins Plays Down Plane Row After She's Filmed In Passenger Confrontation
Google's corporate structure has once again shifted, streamlining certain groups and assigning new titles and responsibilities to CEO Sundar Pichai's team of executives. Pichai's inner circle of direct reports are helping the Google chief steer the company through a challenging period marked by increasing regulatory scrutiny, employee unrest and a pandemic that threatens to cause the first revenue decline in Google history. Business Insider has identified the key direct reports along with their new titles and responsibilities. Do you work at Google? You can contact this reporter securely using encrypted messaging app Signal (+1 628-228-1836) or encrypted email ([email protected]). Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Google's senior leadership has gone through many incarnations over its 22-year history. But since CEO Sundar Pichai took the reins of the Alphabet parent company late last year — when Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin stepped aside — the senior leadership ranks have gone through some significant changes. With Pichai now running the entire operation, the 48-year old, India-born tech exec must build a team to help steer the company through a thicket of new challenges. In June, Pichai reshuffled several of Google's top executives in key businesses including search, advertising tech and maps.  The new "cabinet" has its work cut out for it. With the COVID-19 pandemic causing disruptions throughout the global economy and Google's advertising customers, the company must contend with rising competition, regulatory scrutiny, and employee unrest. And after more than two decades of astounding growth, Google's revenue is at risk of suffering the first ever decline in company history. Business Insider has identified the 15 senior executives at Google who report directly to Pichai. The list reflects the updated job titles and responsibilities that resulted from the latest management reorg.  Here is the who's who in Google CEO Sundar Pichai's inner circle:NOW READ: Lunch boxes, temperature checks, and no more sleep pods: Insiders reveal how Google is planning its return to the office Thomas Kurian — Google Cloud CEO Google has set 2023 as the deadline to overtake at least one of its major cloud rivals, and the pressure is on Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian to deliver. The former Oracle executive was named as Google's new Cloud chief in November 2018. "You will see us competing much more aggressively," he said just several weeks into his tenure. And so far, Kurian appears to be delivering on that promise as he pushes Google's enterprise business to catch Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. Kurian succeeded Diane Greene, who was more focused on engineering, and who insiders say had a close professional relationship with engineering SVP Urs Hölzle. "Kurian is a move back to a sales-oriented culture at the top," said one person who worked with both Greene and Kurian. "That will probably help break through in markets that have been historically skeptical of Google within the enterprise." Kurian is wielding a great deal of power inside Google right now, and his stronger focus on enterprise sales is already helping Google pick up the pace. Under Kurian, Cloud is targeting more products and services specific to certain industries, and the Cloud chief said deals over $50 million more than doubled in 2019. Fun fact: Thomas has a twin brother named George, who is the CEO of NetApp. Ruth Porat — SVP and CFO of Google and Alphabet In 2015, just months before the company morphed into Alphabet, Ruth Porat left financial firm Morgan Stanley to join Google as its new Chief Financial Officer. The timing of Porat's arrival was not a coincidence, and since the reorganization she has continued to serve as CFO for both Google and Alphabet, making her one of the most important figures inside the internet empire. Insiders say Porat has become a more prominent figure within the company over time, particularly since Sundar Pichai became CEO of Alphabet and as the company has moved through the COVID-19 pandemic.  Porat's purview extends to Alphabet's so-called Other Bets — the hodgepodge of subsidiary businesses focused on autonomous driving, biotech and drones, among other things— where she controls the purse strings, headcount and future of the various efforts.   Kent Walker — SVP Global Affairs and Chief Legal Officer As senior VP for Global Affairs and Google's Chief Legal Officer, long-time employee Kent Walker is Google's top lawyer.  Walker advises Google's leadership team on legal and policy issues that involve everything from company acquisitions to antitrust investigations. Bloomberg once called Walker "the most powerful person in tech you've never heard of." That's not wildly off the mark. Before joining Google in 2006, the Stanford Law School graduate held top legal roles at eBay and at internet browser pioneer Netscape, as well as doing a five-year stint in the US Department of Justice. Walker is a key player inside Pichai's squad, and with a bigger antitrust storm brewing for the company in 2020 his job looks set to get a lot more complex. One bit of good news for Walker: With Brin, Page and former executive chairman Eric Schmidt no longer involved in the company's day-to-day affairs, the risk of a top exec saying something regrettable during company all-hands meetings has gone down considerably. That alone, suggest some insiders, should allow Walker to breath a lot easier. Rick Osterloh — SVP, Devices and Services For the past few years, Rick Osterloh has been attempting to wrangle Google's various hardware efforts – phones, laptops, wearables – into one cohesive vision. No easy task. The former president of Motorola Mobility, who Google hired back in 2016 to lead its hardware division, has perhaps most notably helped grow Google's own brand of Pixel smartphones into a household name. In 2018, Osterloh also took charge of Nest, once an independent company bought by Google and placed in a silo under Alphabet – before being absorbed back into the Google mothership. Now the pressure is on for Osterloh to prove that Google deserves to be taken seriously as a hardware giant. Google is said to be working on its own processors for future Pixel phones and Chromebooks, which would feasibly allow Osterloh and his team to do better and more interesting things with the surrounding hardware. Osterloh's own direct reports include Nest VP Rishi Chandra, and Clay Bavor, who oversees Google's virtual and augmented reality products.   Prabhakar Raghavan — Head of Search and Geo Insiders have described Prabhakar Raghavan as a major rising star within the company, and his latest promotion just proved it. In a recent executive reshuffle, Raghavan was named Google's new head of Search and Assistant. Prabhakar previous lead Google's ads and commerce team, and before that was in charge of G Suite in Google Cloud. But search is Raghavan's bread and butter. Before Google, he founded Yahoo Labs and led the company's search strategy, not to mention that he's published various books and papers on the subject, including a book co-authored with Rajeev Motwani called Randomized Algorithms. Not only will Raghavan be grappling with Google Search, the reorg puts Raghavan right at the top of the Google money tree, overseeing ads, Geo, commerce and payments — and the voice-based Assistant product too. With the new promotion, Raghavan has a sparkly new team of direct reports, which include Jerry Dischler, who now leads Google Ads; and new Geo leads Dane Glasgow and Elizabeth Reid. Insiders say Raghavan has already begun meeting with his new leads to learn about their progress, as he transitions into the new role. Hiroshi Lockheimer — SVP, Platforms and Ecosystems A founding member of the Android team, Lockheimer currently oversees Google's range of mobile products including Android, Chrome, Chrome OS, and Play. He joined the company in 2006, after Google acquired Android, where he served as executive director and later VP of engineering. In 2015, Google's fresh CEO Sundar Pichai, who once lead Chrome and Chrome OS development himself, appointed Lockheimer as SVP of Google's mobile software efforts. Insiders have described Lockheimer as having a "quiet strength" about him, calling him a well-respected leader in the company. Pichai's prior history working on Chrome means this is an area the Google chief is particularly close to. Lockheimer is also leading the charge on a new OS called Fuschia, an open-source sort-of-blend of Android and Chrome OS, which remains shrouded in much mystery. Susan Wojcicki — YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki not only serves as YouTube's CEO, she's also a card-carrying member of the old-school Google club. In fact, it was Wojcicki's garage where Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin built their first office in 1998. It was also Wojcicki who proposed Google buy YouTube in 2006, and now almost 15 years later the founders are surely glad they listened. Wojcicki, who studied history and literature at Harvard University, has transformed YouTube into one of Google's biggest success stories. And now that the company has started revealing YouTube's revenue, we can see just how successful it is. The business brought in $4.04 billion in revenue for the last quarter alone, marking a 33% year-over-year growth. Check out our list of the 33 insiders who hold the most power at YouTube featuring, naturally, the CEO herself. Lorraine Twohill — SVP of Global Marketing Lorraine Twohill joined Google in 2003 as the company's first marketing hire outside of the US, and quickly rose through the ranks to lead the company's marketing division. Twohill, who also created Google's in-house advertising agency Creative Lab, has her own wide range of reports across Google products, from Search to Chrome. "She's humanized Google with Super Bowl Sunday ads," wrote Business Insider in its list of the most innovative CMOs of 2020. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Twohill has worked with the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to promote official health information across Google's products. Ben Gomes — SVP, Education Another early member of the company, Ben Gomes joined Google in 1999 where he was tasked with, among other things, scaling Google's 'PageRank' beyond 25 million pages. Gomes has been described as Google's search czar. "I think of Ben as our diplomat," Marissa Mayer once said during her Google tenure. However, it wasn't until 2018 that Gomes was appointed head of Google's Search business. Now, Gomes has transitioned to a new role overseeing Google's education and learning products. In this new position at Google, Gomes will tie together the company's various education-oriented efforts, which includes everything from school Chromebook programs to the Google Scholar service. "Ben has always had a deep interest in education innovation, and we're excited to see him build on our work here," said CEO Sundar Pichai when announcing Gomes' new role in June. Gomes will continue to report directly to Pichai in his new role. He will remain a technical advisor on Search, assisting Prabhakar Raghavan as he leads the division, and will work closely with Google.org on corporate philanthropy.   Jen Fitzpatrick — SVP of Core and Corp Eng Jen Fitzpatrick, who joined Google via its internship program in 1999, was one of the first 30 employees at the company. She was also one of Google's first women engineers. Fitzpatrick has led teams on Search, Google News, shopping, and AdWords. In 2014, she was appointed VP for Geo, overseeing the entire Google Maps business. Fitzpatrick has just transitioned into a new role, moving out of Geo to lead the company's core engineering teams, overseeing more than 8,000 employees. "Jen's deep product knowledge and experience focusing on important areas such as privacy will set her up well to lead these teams," Pichai wrote in a memo announcing the move. She continues to service inside Pichai's inner team, just in a different capacity. Google engineering VP and company veteran Luiz André Barroso will remain working in Core, and now report to Fitzpatrick. Jeffrey Dean — Head of Google AI Jeffrey Dean is a Google Senior Fellow and head of the Google AI division. Another 1999 member of the company, Dean gained a reputation for his exceptional coding talent and joined Google's X lab in 2011 to work on deep neural networks. That eventually led to the creation of Google Brain, the company's research group which Dean continues to lead. Dean was appointed the head of Google's entire AI division in 2018 during a leadership reshuffle, which spun AI into its own business. During college, Dean worked on the World Health Organization's Global Programme on AIDS, and continues to have a deep interest in Google's work in the health sector. Philipp Schindler — SVP and Chief Business Officer Google's Chief Business Officer has been extremely busy over the past few months, as the company continues to fend off the effects of COVID-19. Schindler, who joined Google in 2005, took the job of Chief Business Officer when Google restructured itself under Alphabet in 2015. Not just the face of Google's advertising business, Schindler also weighs in on everything from Google News to the company's moonshots. Insiders have talked up Schindler's friendly persona, and say his "P Staff" meetings have become famous inside the company. The German-born Schindler is a veteran of the early online days, having worked at AOL and Compuserve during the 1990s. While Google is seeing the coronavirus pandemic ravage its advertising business, some analysts have been encouraged by the work Schindler has done to push much larger ad deals that could bolster these effects. Under the new world order, expect Schindler to work more closely with Raghavan as he steers Google's search and advertising business.   Corey duBrowa — VP, Global Communications and Public Affairs When it comes to Google's communications, the buck stops with Corey duBrowa. After stints shaping the PR strategy for Starbucks and Salesforce, duBrowa joined Google in 2018 to help build the company's brand. Corey duBrowa has a direct line to Pichai and wrangles a team of more than 200 staffers. Early on in his Google tenure, duBrowa introduced 'objectives and key results' (OKRs) for the company communications team – something Pichai uses with his own direct reports. "For years, Google was data-rich and analysis poor," DuBrowa told listeners during an interview at a Holmes Report event last year. "We're in the process of building the kind of analytics engine and team to help us be more precise."  And if you happen to come across Corey duBrowa's byline in Rolling Stone and GQ, that's because he was also a music journalist in a past life. Ben Smith — Google Fellow Like Jen Fitzpatrick, Ben Smith joined Google in 1999 from the company's internship program. He was so enamored with the company at the time that he left his graduate program to join Google's Search efforts — and has remained with Google ever since. Smith is a member of the old guard, and a technical advisor to the office of the CEO. While he's less in the public eye than other members of Pichai's squad, you'll occasionally see his name appear alongside various Google blog posts. Tom Oliveri — VP, CEO Team Tom Oliveri joined Google in 2005 where he worked on Google's first payment service, before transitioning to lead marketing for various Google products, eventually overseeing marketing for Chrome and Android in a VP role. Oliveri is currently a VP of the CEO team, reporting directly to Pichai. Oliveri's reports include, Jeff Markowitz, who joined Google as a leadership advisor in 2019.
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Money Tree, originally called Pachira aquatica, is just a tropical shrub from the family Malvaceae.This shrub is known by different names such as French peanut, Malabar chestnut, Saba nut, Guiana chestnut, etc.. Pachira aquatica is known as the currency plant or Currency Tree.If you anticipate putting the stem from the water to allow the roots to develop before placing them from the soil, it should be held at least two centimeters deep in water.But keep in mind, don't put the plant where sunlight is overly unpleasant.Once the roots in the water grow, you may take it out and set them.Be gentle during this technique since the origins are sensitive only at that stage.These plants are placed in shady areas with direct sunlight.
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Within this article, let's look at a few of the approaches to disperse Money Tree.Cutting has proven to be an effective way of replicating the money plant.It is vital to know the time for propagating the plantlife.So the best time for stem trimming is throughout summer time.Therefore, in the event you realize your Currency Tree is perishing, this means that you will need to reduce mowing the plants.These plants are placed in shady areas with direct sun.If the leaves turn yellow, this usually means that more sunlight is needed by it.
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[롯데자이언츠 : 두산베어스] 롯데의 장원삼 투입은 혹시나 했지만 역시나로 끝났다.부상에 따른 수요 증발 우려, 약 70척의 VLCC(초대형유조선)이 원유를 실은 채 최근 4주 연속 해상에서 배회 중이라는 소식과 콘탱고 시장의 스프레드 감소에 배팅한 월물 간 스프레드 거래로 7월물 매도물량이 공급되어 하락.원금 손실이 발생 할수 있다는 기준점입니다.공을 잡은 사람은 발을 움직일 수 없다.다운로드 됩니다 핸드폰 잠금화면, 배경화면, 카카오톡 채팅 화면 등 다양하게 적용 가능합니다!​ 첨부파일 도영_배경화면[email protected]배팅 .다운로드 됩니다 핸드폰 잠금화면, 배경화면, 카카오톡 채팅 화면 등 다양하게 적용 가능합니다!​ 첨부파일 재현_배경화면[email protected]배팅 .할 화장실 문이 안쪽에서 잠긴 것을 발견하는데 ] 2.이 후 1장의 공유카드가 더 오픈 되었으며 3번째 뱃을 진행하는 것.당연이 필수겠죠^^ ​ 파워볼 오토프로그램을 실행하신후 금액별로 구간과 패턴 안전한 마틴게일 시스템 셋팅을 10단계~12단계 셋팅을 합니다.토토사이트 더해져도 16-17시즌 여름이적시장에서 사실상 레스터가 동원할 수 있는 최대 자금력은 1,000억 미만, 900억 언저리 수준이다.11까지의 데이터를 기준으로 작성한 데이터 분석의 결과가 5월 13일 경기를 예측해봤었는데요!적중률이 생각보다 꽤높은 것 같습니다.금융위기 또는 이번 코로나19 사태와 같이 역대급 자산시장 충격 요인이 닥쳤을 때, 투자의 기회는 어떻게 잡아가야 할까?자산가격 재반등에 성급하게 배팅하는 것은 위험한 일이다.우위도 1차전에 이어 가져갈 수 있을 것으로 보여집니다.요게 삼성전자를 매수 매도한 현황인데 날짜를 보시면 4월 7, 8일에 매수를 급하게 한것을 볼수가 있습니다.이 글의 제목처럼 가는 놈이 계속 갑니다.하는데다 뉴스가 나온다 해도 원하는 시나리오대로 주가가 오르지 않을 수도 있습니다.고교 시절부터 이미 우투좌타 선수들이 많지만 오지환은 반대팔 스윙이 몸의 회전 방향과 잘맞지 않는 것 같습니다.로손 코치는 선수 시절 세 시즌을 뛰는 동안 하이싱글A를 벗어난 적이 없는 별볼일 없는 타자였습니다.말씀드릴 수 있습니다 LG SK 많은 분들이 “스포츠토토”는 흔히 도박이라고 많은 분들이 생각하고 계십니다.
Smartisan-backed messaging service Liaotianbao, an updated version of the once-popular Bullet Messenger, has fallen victim to a major software bug, erroneously awarding users millions of RMB in virtual coins.On Tuesday, users began posting on social media about how they were able to collect large amounts of virtual coins, which can be exchanged for cash, in an in-app game dubbed “Money Tree.” The first report came from a user on microblogging platform Weibo, saying they were awarded more than 1.6 billion coins—worth nearly RMB 1 million (around $150,000)—after playing the game once.The user urged Kuairu Technologies, Liantianbao’s developer, as well as its struggling backer Luo Yonghao, founder of smartphone maker Smartisan, to “cope with the setbacks and bring better products to users.”Liaotianbao responded (in Chinese) later that day, saying the gaming feature “Money Tree” had been temporarily removed and that it would recover all the virtual funds that had been given out in error.It updated the app on Wednesday and relaunched the feature after resolving the issue.Kuairu Technology attempted to reinvent its Bullet Messenger app by launching Liaotianbao, roughly meaning a good tool for chatting in Beijing on Jan.15.
In the last few days of the General Election campaign earlier this year, Theresa May was confronted by a nurse at a Question Time debate, who asked if it was fair that her pay had barely increased since 2009.The Prime Minister responded by saying that while she recognises the work that she does, hard choices have to be made and that 'there isn't a magic money tree that we can shake which suddenly provides for everything that we want'.NHS workers, as with workers across the public sector, have faced seven-year long pay squeeze.The pay freeze was followed by five years of pay being effectively capped at 1%.A band five nurse is now paid £3,200 less in real terms today than in 2010/11.The NHS Five Year Forward View set out in 2014 that "as the economy returns to growth, NHS pay will need to stay broadly in line with private sector wages in order to recruit and retain frontline staff".
"Endorsements can be a great benefit to any small business, but they're especially beneficial to start-ups," explains marketing expert Patrick Bishop, co-author of Money Tree Marketing: Innovative Secrets That Will Double Your Small-Business Profits in 90 Days or Less.And image is everything (or nothing, according to Sprite, whose ad campaign with NBA star Grant Hill, by the way, is a good example of a celebrity endorsement)."How do [customers] know if this business is reputable or has good products, good guarantees or good customer service?"On the other hand, if a celebrity is endorsing them or [the business] is selling the products of a well-known person or entity, then [people assume] they must be a good company to deal with."A number of start-ups have jumped on the endorsement bandwagon, including Priceline.com with William Shatner, eStyle with Cindy Crawford and online gift currency company Flooz.com Inc. with Whoopi Goldberg.Flooz co-founder and CEO Robert Levitan says he's seen brand awareness jump from 7 to 64 percent since bringing Goldberg aboard a couple years ago.
Even though regular people won t be driving autonomous cars for a long time, Delphi Automotive is already reaping the benefits from the concept.Of the company s anticipated global sales of $16.2 billion to $16.5 billion this year, sales of active-safety equipment, including radar and cameras to help avoid collisions, are estimated to reach $350 million.According to Delphi CEO, Kevin Clark, those revenues are increasing by 50 percent per year.See Also: Which cities are leading the autonomous car revolution?Delphi, and partner Quanery Systems Inc., will soon be introducing a lidar unit that emits pulses of light to figure out an object s distance, for automakers that want a safer variety of sensors on their autonomous vehicles.It s real money, Clark states.
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