Carlos Amezcua, Lauren Phinney Carlos Amezcua, Lauren Phinney, San Diego Chamber of Commerce extends contract for President Jerry Sanders 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsPresident of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce Jerry Sanders and Board Chair Sam Attisha visited the studio Tuesday morning to talk about Jerry’s 2-year contract extension.The Chamber of Commerce announced in late June that Jerry’s contract as President and CEO had been extended two years through the end of 2022.“Since day one Jerry has had a positive impact on the Chamber and has been the driving force behind the Chamber’s growth and effectiveness,” said Sam Attisha, Chamber Board Chair and Senior Vice President and Region Manager of Cox Communications. “His leadership has helped move the San Diego region forward by proactively engaging our elected officials, rallying our members, and connecting with the public to address the issues most important to job creation and our region.”“We are truly fortunate to have a trusted leader like Jerry who is so invested in a prosperous future for our region,” Attisha said.Sanders commented: “I am extremely proud of the strides we have made in establishing the Chamber as a strong, effective voice for the business community and I look forward to building on that progress. The Chamber is committed as ever to providing the resources that help all businesses grow and thrive and advocating for the policies and leaders that make San Diego a great place to do business.”The San Diego Regional Chamber is the hub for connections and collaboration among the regional business community, and uses that clout to advocate for public policies and candidates that support economic growth and the creation of jobs for all businesses. As the largest local Chamber on the West Coast, representing approximately 2,500 businesses and an estimated 300,000 jobs, the San Diego Regional Chamber is fighting to make San Diego the most business-friendly region in California. For more information, please visit SDChamber.org or call 619-544-1300. Posted: July 17, 2018 July 17, 2018 Updated: 3:11 PM Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
Hit by the ban on sales of Maggi brand noodles, Nestle India Ltd on Thursday reported 60 percent fall in its net profit and 32 percent fall in its net sales for the third quarter.The company follows calendar year as its financial year.In a media statement filed with BSE, Nestle India said its net profit for the third quarter ended September 30, 2015 was Rs.124.2 crore, down from Rs.311.3 crore for the same period the previous year.The company said it had posted a net sales of Rs.1,736.2 crore for the period under review down by 32 percent over 2014 figures.The ban on sales of Maggi noodles impacted the domestic and export sales.According to Suresh Narayanan, chairman and managing director, the company has restarted manufacturing noodles.After testing the products in three accredited laboratories and their clearance the noodles the company is keen on reintroducing the products in the market, he said.Narayanan said that during the quarter under review, the Bombay High Court had set aside the ban on Maggi noodles and ordered that the earlier batches be tested in three accredited laboratories.As per the test results, the lead content in the product is well below the permissible levels, he said.
The party season approaches as the mercury seems to be taking a breather. Adding to the ever expanding list of international DJs visiting the Capital gets one more name added. Here’s Martin Beltek Bijelic, better known simply as Beltek.In just a couple of years since he won Pete Tong’s competition with Copacabana, Beltek’s name regularly pops out on top of EDM music charts and labels such as Dim Mak, Ministry of Sound etc. His versatile production skills and fingerprint mass appealing sound already assured him remixing duties for major artists such as Faithless, Booka Shade, Gareth Emery and others. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’In the city for his maiden tour by Kyoas Entertainment, Millennium Post catches up with the artiste. Read on. How do you like the music scene in India?Actually I was really happy to see that a lot of people here in India know my music. So as far as I saw the scene here, I like it big time. When did you start with this career? My career started with my first release, Copacabana on Chris Lake’s label Rising Music in 2008. And the main suspect to blame for my career start was Pete Tong. Since I won his music production contest Bedroom Bedlam back in 2007 with my track Copacabana. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixHow has the journey been? Tell us about the best and the worst times so far…My journey was most of the time and still is very inspiring, joyful and positive for me. I think if you lose joy and inspiration for whatever is that you are doing, then you should definitely change your job. The only a bit not so cherished moments of my job are the flight and airport waiting moments. Those are the worst. What songs top your own playlist right now? Define your music philosophy for us Mike Hawkins, Pablo Oliveros – Bangover Jacob Plant – Fire and obviously some of my own.My music philosophy is simple – Like, Inhale, Connect and Party.
Falmouth StakesNewmarketTIME: 2.40pm, C4 and RUKLIGHTING UP NEWMARKETIt’s a shame that just the four runners go to post for the featured Etihad Airways Falmouth Stakes Group 1 this afternoon and staggering that no owner in the country wanted the £4,842 for finishing fifth !!It still should be a decent race and it’s the chance for Sky Lantern to show not only she’s the best of her generation but also that her generation are above average.She’s officially the best horse in the race with a BHA rating of 119 and has been particularly impressive in winning the 1000 Guineas and most recently the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot where she quickened inside the final furlong to beat outsider Kenhope into second and Irish 1000 Guineas winner Just The Judge into third.Further down the field, in eighth, was another of today’s rivals, Purr Along, who surely has no chances on turning that form around.Biggest danger is likely to come from Elusive Kate who ran well in fourth behind Declaration Of War in the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot. That was on her belated reappearance and she is entitled to have come on for that run.French raider Giofra is a real globe trotter but I’ve the feeling the ground might well be a little quick for her today. It was soft when she won this last year.In summary Sky Lantern. I know she’s short but it’s one of those that looks value at current odds and I think she will prove herself and her generation special today.STAR FORECAST(stake between 0.5 and 10 points)10 point win SKY LANTERN (2.40 Newmarket)(-6 points Thursday)GETTING HOTTERBritain has already been basking in sunshine for over a week but this weekend could bring the hottest day of the year so far.Temperatures on Friday are expected to reach 27C (80.6F) in some places but it is Saturday that looks like the scorcher.Forecasters say 32C (89.6F) is possible in southeast England.In July 2006 Wisley, Surrey, saw the mercury rise to 36.5C (97.7F) after a fortnight-long hot spell.The Met Office has said there is a 70% probability of heatwave conditions between 12pm on Friday and 8pm on Sunday.