Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Finance Tags: Race Track and Racino Arena Racing Corporation (ARC) and its subsidiaries said increased prize money and labour costs were responsible for earnings being slashed in 2018.In figures filed for the calendar year to 31 December 2018, the UK racetrack owner and operator said it achieved earnings before interest, tax, deprecitation and amortisation of £7.9m during the period, which was exactly 50.0% down on £15.8m in 2017. Including its full range of divisions and business interests, ARC saw combined EBITDA fall by 47.1% to £10.1m.ARC and its subsidiaries saw turnover increase from £100.5m in 2017 to £137.5m, with the group increasing its turnover in 2018 through the acquisition of horse racing media rights for Australia and the US together with the expansion of greyhound media rights. The group also acquired Ffos Las racecourse in May 2018.The increase in revenue was driven by the growth of The Racing Partnership, ARC’s media arm, which saw turnover surge by 156% from £24.1m to £61.9m. The subsidiary, which broadcasts racing coverage to licensed betting offices, added coverage from 13 racecourses at the start of 2018 including Bath, Newcastle, and Uttoxeter.ARC’s racecourses and a few other small subsidiaries saw revenue remain flat despite the increased rights payments, while its two greyhound stadia saw revenue fall by 3%. Total turnover for the group and its associated businesses grew by 25.2% to £190.7m in 2018.ARC said the decline in profit on ordinary activities before interest and taxation and EBITDA was principally driven by an increased prize money contribution and increased overheads, particularly labour costs, where the group has seen a further increase in the national minimum wage. ARC gave away £17.7m in prize money in its more than 500 fixtures in 2018, which was up 56% on the £11.3m figure of 2011.Administrative expenses grew by 14.7% to £39.5m.“The directors are satisfied with the results for the year and the year end position of the group,” ARC said.In December 2018, ARC announced it would be reducing its executive contribution to prize-money by £3m in 2019, blaming the cuts on the prospect of reduced media rights income.A boycott of ARC fixtures took place in March, leading to an agreement being reached between ARC and the National Trainers Federation. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Topics: Finance Sports betting Horse racing Prize money surge hits ARC earnings in 2018 Email Address 11th October 2019 | By contenteditor Arena Racing Corporation (ARC) and its subsidiaries said increased prize money and labour costs were responsible for a halving of EBITDA in 2018.
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Subscribe HerbeautyYou Can’t Go Past Our Healthy Quick RecipesHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty15 Countries Where Men Have Difficulties Finding A WifeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyInstall These Measures To Keep Your Household Safe From Covid19HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty7 Most Startling Movie Moments We Didn’t Realize Were InsensitiveHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Most Influential Women In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeauty More Cool Stuff EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. First Heatwave Expected Next Week Business News Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Top of the News faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyCitizen Service CenterPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes 70 recommendedShareShareTweetSharePin it LCPC Parent Education Board members donated 10% of proceeds to Door of Hope – From L to R: Dorothy Chen, Stephanie Ferguson, Maggie Mason, Ashley Barrett, Angela Shepherd-Isagholian, Daniela Kim, Barbara Stratte, Lynne Graves, Betsy Farhat, Darby Pearson, Charlotte MillerA Pasadena organization was the recipient of a gift from the La Cañada Presbyterian Church’s (LCPC’s) Parent Education Program. LCPC’s Volunteer Board donated 10% of its anniversary fundraising proceeds, $4,619 in total, to Door of Hope, a local non-profit organization serving homeless families. Parent Education Board Chair Maggie Mason represented the Board during a tour of Door of Hope saying, “Our Parent Ed Board is excited and humbled to be able to support such a wonderful organization that is serving our homeless brothers and sisters.” Anne Bierling, Director of Parent Education, said: “It was our honor to support Door of Hope and their mission to support families in need. Their organization is so well managed and effective in helping families recover from homelessness. The personal stories of recovery are amazing.”Since 1985, Door of Hope has helped end homelessness for nearly 700 families, and 83% have not experienced homelessness again. Because 80% of women and children who are homeless have also experienced domestic violence, one of three of Door of Hope’s sites has been dedicated exclusively to helping families heal from domestic violence while equipping them with the skills they need to thrive in permanent housing. In recent years there has been an increased demand for their domestic violence and homelessness site according to Executive Director, Rev. Megan Katerjian. To address this growing need, a second Door of Hope site was converted to exclusively serve those experiencing homelessness and domestic violence. Parent Education’s donation will be used to help with the financial needs of converting this home, for trauma-informed trainings for Door of Hope staff, and for safety and security upgrades. Door of Hope is a ministry partner of La Canada Presbyterian Church and Parent Education is honored to support their work in the community with this donation. If you wish to support this organization, a list of their in-kind needs can be found on their website at www.doorofhope.us/donate.Parent Ed will begin its 41st year in September. If you have a child between 0-18 years old, we have a class for you! In addition to our 16 daytime classes, Parent Ed will also offer a growing number of evening Parent Express classes in the fall. To find class listings, staff bios, registration information and more, please go to our website at www.lacanadapc.org/parented. Scholarships and payment plans are available. Affordable childcare is offered during all class times. La Cañada Presbyterian Church is located at 626 Foothill in La Cañada. Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Faith & Religion News La Canada Presbyterian Church’s Parent Ed Gives Back with Donation to Local Non-profit By AMANDA BAUGHMAN Published on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 | 2:35 pm Community News Make a comment Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Community News
Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article NHS cannot avoid the Internet age for everOn 22 Aug 2000 in Personnel Today The NHS is a vast and sometimes cumbersome organisation that regularly defies all attemps to manange it – to the frustration of staff, patients and politicians. It is a fact that will doubtless occur to health service HR professionals this week as they read about plans to introduce a single web site advertising every single NHS vacancy.The project is nothing if not ambitious. The NHS remains the largest employer in Europe, with a massive number of annual vacancies and an advertising recruitment bill to match. It must make sense to try to reduce both the cost of filling vacancies and the time spent on the endless paperwork involved.But the news comes at a time of growing doubts about e-recruitment. The image of recruitment web sites was tarnished recently by a report claiming the majority of sites repeatedly advertise the same job, quote inflated salaries, with many also making unsubstantiated claims about the security of personal information. Some HR professionals in the health service are also mindful of the fact that many employees are unfamiliar with the Internet, even feeling hostile towards it. They are wary of attempts to move recruitment entirely on-line – at least for the foreseeable future. Traditional recruitment advertising methods, it appears, are a long way from being knocked from their perch.So why bother? And what’s in it for health service HR practitioners? There will undoubtedly be big savings in both time and money to putting recruitment on-line. According to one HR director, filling one junior doctor’s post can involve sending each applicant’s CV to up to 15 different people involved in the short-listing process. The new system could deliver those CVs at the touch of a button.But the proposed changes are about more than simply cutting down on paperwork and speeding up the recruitment process, important as these things are. It is about dragging the NHS into the 21st century and being seen to be a modern service.The Internet has transformed almost every sphere of 21st century life. The NHS cannot hide from that fact. Internet recruitment may have its drawbacks, but the potential benefits are simply too great for the NHS to be left behind in the Internet revolution. Comments are closed.
In the present paper, phase space density functions of the form f(v) = A N /v n are fitted to statistical distributions of suprathermal electron fluxes (E = 0.213–16.5 keV) from the CRRES satellite, parameterized by L-shell, Magnetic Local Time (MLT), and geomagnetic activity. The fitted distributions are used in conjunction with ray tracing to calculate the Landau damping rates of an ensemble of rays representing whistler-mode chorus waves. The modeled propagation characteristics are compared with observations of chorus wave power from the CRRES satellite, as a function of L-shell, MLT, and magnetic latitude, in various frequency bands, and under various geomagnetic conditions. It is shown that the model results are remarkably consistent with many aspects of the observed wave distributions, including frequency, L-shell, MLT, and latitudinal dependence. In addition, the MLT distribution of wave power becomes characteristically asymmetric during active geomagnetic conditions, with small propagation lengths on the nightside which increase with MLT and maximize on the dayside. This asymmetry is shown to be directly related to the dynamics of the Landau resonant suprathermal electrons which drift around the Earth whilst undergoing scattering and loss due to a variety of plasma waves. Consequently, the suprathermal electrons play an important role in radiation belt dynamics, by controlling the distribution of chorus, which in turn contributes to the acceleration and loss of relativistic electrons in the recovery phase of storms.
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Oxford Thinking, the fundraising campaign for the University of Oxford, has passed its initial target of Â£1.25 billion and now stands at almost Â£1.3 billion.Launched only in May 2004, this marks the shortest time ever taken by a European university to reach such a target.36% of the total came from alumni of the University, with 16% of all alumni contributing last year, the highest of any university in the UK. Oxford’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Andrew Hamilton, commented, “We are enormously grateful to all those who have supported the campaign and who are helping us to secure Oxford’s place as a world-class university for generations to come.”5.4% of the money raised has been donated by corporations, providing support for academic posts such as the KPMG Professor of Taxation Law and the Lovells Professor of Law and Finance. This has had mixed responses from students: some reacted positively, with a first year linguist commenting, “I approve of positions in the University being supported by big corporations. If it’s a means to an end, I think it’s a good thing.”Others, however, were more sceptical: first-year classicist Jasmine Krishnamurthy-Spencer said that she doubted whether the donations really were “no-strings-attached money”.A University spokesperson commented, “Corporate funders providing philanthropic support are treated the same way as any other donation. Donors who choose to support academic posts do not determine the direction or academic content of a chair — this is left to the University.”23% of the money came as donations from those with no previous affiliation to the University, including major gifts from Russian-born US businessman Leonard Blavatnik and Mica Ertegun, the widow of Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun.The University’s reliance on philanthropy has led some to question the sources of the money, but a University spokesperson commented, “All proposed donations over Â£100,000 are subject to formal scrutiny and review by the University’s Committee to Review Donations, whether from individuals or organisations.”Results of the funding drive include the development of the UNIQ summer school programme and the provision of scholarships for graduate research, as well as the restoration of University buildings, notably the Ashmolean Museum and the Department of Earth Sciences.Oxford has stressed that despite the increase in fees, the accompanying reduction in government funding will “to a large extent ‘cancel out’ the increased fee income” meaning that the university will still rely heavily on outside funding.The Oxford system costs around Â£16,000 per student per year and “only around half the costs of that education have ever been met by the combination of fees and government funding.” The next stage of the campaign is said to have “a special focus on student support.”
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More than 2.4 million cancer deaths could be avoided each year in developing countries using prevention and treatment interventions that are affordable and that could be made widely available, according to a new report. And deaths due to children’s cancers are among those that could be curtailed most easily. Costs of treatment for certain common cancers are as little as $100 per course of treatment in developing nations.Even more disturbing, low-cost pain relief medications remain largely inaccessible to patients in developing countries, meaning that most people with cancer worldwide suffer tremendous pain — needlessly — before they die, the report’s authors say.These findings come from the report, “Closing the Cancer Divide: A Blueprint to Expand Access in Low and Middle Income Countries,” being released today by an international group of experts organized by the Global Task Force on Expanded Access to Cancer Care and Control in Developing Countries (GTF.CCC), and hosted by a consortium of organizations that includes Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard Global Equity Initiative, Harvard Medical School, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Partners In Health.Once considered a problem only in wealthy countries, cancer is now a leading cause of death in low- and middle-income countries. About 55 percent of the world’s 12.7 million new cases and 65 percent of the 7.6 million cancer deaths each year occur in these nations.The report was discussed at a daylong symposium Oct. 28 at Harvard Medical School. It was attended by representatives from national governments from low- and middle-income countries, global and national civil society organizations, the private sector, academia, and donors.Lead authors of the report: The report has more than 115 contributors from around the world. The lead authors include Felicia Knaul, director, Harvard Global Equity Initiative, associate professor, Harvard Medical School, Global Task Force on Expanded Access to Cancer Care and Control in Developing Countries, founder, Cáncer de Mama: Tómatelo a Pecho; Julio Frenk, dean of Harvard School of Public Health and GTF.CCC co-chair; Lawrence Shulman, chief medical officer and senior vice president medical affairs, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, co-chair GTF.CCC; Jonathan Quick, president and chief executive officer, Management Sciences for Health; Rifat Atun, director of strategy, performance and evaluation cluster, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Nancy Keating, associate professor of medicine and health care policy, Department of Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School; Peter Piot, director, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Sir George Alleyne, chancellor of the University of West Indies; Julie Gralow, professor of medical oncology, University of Washington, School of Medicine; Paul Farmer, co-founder, Partners In Health, chair of Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, Kolokotrones University Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School.[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cDFGAUncnI]