Kevin Toland, a former chief executive and president of Glanbia USA & Global Nutritionals, is to replace Owen Killian as CEO of global bakery business Aryzta.Killian, chief financial officer Patrick McEniff, and Americas CEO John Yamin all resigned their roles earlier this year following a period of trading described as “unexpected and extremely disappointing” by Killian.Toland is currently chief executive of DAA Plc, which operates Dublin and Cork airports, travel retailer ARI and DAA International. Before joining DAA in 2013 he was chief executive and president of Glanbia USA & Global Nutritionals, a division of Glanbia plc, based in Chicago.He will join Aryzta following a six-month notice period, or earlier, if agreed by both parties. The appointment follows a search by Aryzta and international recruitment firm Russell Reynolds to “select and recruit a world-class CEO with the necessary blend of skills and expertise to lead Aryzta”.The Aryzta board said it selected Toland on the basis of his “proven track record, deep global sector expertise, and the specific relevance of his background and experience for Aryzta today”.During his time as CEO of DAA, passenger numbers at Dublin airport increased from 19 million to 28 million a year. At Glanbia, Toland led the growth of Glanbia USA & Global Nutritionals to become the largest manufacturer and exporter of American-style cheese in the US, said Aryzta, and the number one globally in sports nutrition.He has held other senior roles at Glanbia including group development director, chief executive of consumer foods, and director of strategy and marketing. Before joining Glanbia, he held management positions with Coca Cola Bottlers in Russia and with Grand Metropolitan in Ireland and Central Europe.“Kevin has an outstanding track record for delivering strategically, operationally and financially,” said Aryzta chairman Gary McGann. “He is a proven CEO of businesses undergoing significant transformation and brings extensive experience of the food sector.”Toland said he was delighted to be joining Aryzta: “I have watched Aryzta develop over the years and it has established real-scale and deep competitive advantage in its core categories. I look forward to working with the Aryzta board, management and employees to deliver, in time, the objective of performance and growth.”
On a walk along the Charles River you might encounter an artist painting, a lone man running, or a woman meditating among the sweeping branches of a weeping willow tree. Look up and you’ll see bird formations sweeping across a pastel blue sky. On the water are paddle boarders and crew boats. Breaking the near-silence of the early morning are muffled shouts from motorboats to rowers.The Charles River, an 80-mile expanse of water, named for a former king of England — by the king himself — is prettiest as the sun sets and rises each day. At these hours, the river feels meditative and restorative, as the woman sitting cross-legged in the weeping willows has surely discovered.Bridges connect the Charles to Boston and Cambridge. From east to west the bridges are the Longfellow (or Salt and Pepper), the Mass. Ave., the BU, Weeks Footbridge, and the Anderson Bridge at Harvard. Countless more bridges stretch through 23 towns and cities ending in Hopkinton at the river’s source.Soon the bustling Anderson Bridge, which connects Harvard Yard and Harvard Square via JFK Street to the Harvard Stadium and Business School in Boston, will become even more so with the planned opening of the Science and Engineering Complex next fall.This river and its bridges, which we’ve traversed many times, have connected us, too. Through beauty in nature, exercise, and social interactions, we celebrate the Charles.,Oft in sadness and in illness,I have watched thy current glide,Till the beauty of its stillnessOverflowed me, like a tide.– Henry Wadsworth Longfellow from “To the River Charles”,Related Autumnal exposures: Colorful moments in passing Harvard, in the background Missing campus? Zoom can include images of favorite views. Here are some of ours … A symphony of seasons Capturing the passing of time across Harvard’s campus Harvard photographer captures the beauty of the season The Daily Gazette Sign up for daily emails to get the latest Harvard news.
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) WNY News Now / MGN Stock Image.JAMESTOWN – Two new cases of the novel Coronavirus, COVID-19, were reported in Chautauqua County on Thursday afternoon.The county Health Department says the cases both involve 20-year-old women living in the northern part of the county.Since the outbreak began, one of the two new cases reported is in the northwest part of the county, which previously had zero.There is now a total of 40 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county, with five active, 31 recovered and four deaths. There remains more than 70 people under an isolation order by the Public Health Director and being monitored.Officials say not all of those being monitored are confirmed to have COVID-19 but have either shown symptoms, are awaiting results, or have risk factors.
View Comments Season two of Younger wraps up on March 23, but before we find out what happens to Liza and the gang, Sutton Foster has a message for her newer fans: She can sing. She can sing pretty well, in fact! While visiting Late Night, the two-time Tony winner explained to Seth Meyers that following her TV Land fame, several people have come up to her or commented on social media that they didn’t know she could sing, or that she should try doing theater. Sutton Foster on Broadway? Imagine that! She also discussed her upcoming project: the highly anticipated Gilmore Girls revival on Netflix. “I might have cried a little bit,” Foster said about getting to visit and work in the fictional Stars Hollow. Watch these tidbits, plus why Grease was almost decidedly not the word or her and her brother (spoiler: incest), below. Sutton Foster
For someone like myself who cares deeply about my relationships with family, friends, and coworkers, it can be difficult to be assertive, for fear of being inconsiderate or argumentative. Many mistake not being forceful or opinionated with a lack of strength; this could not be further from the truth. Here are four scenarios when speaking up is not just okay, but the best decision you can make.When you witness misconductFor some, it’s easy to come forward when another employee demonstrates dishonest or inappropriate behavior. For others, the misconduct is not mentioned for fear of future strife with the particular employee. No matter if your relationship with the individual becomes strained, speaking up on what you’ve witnessed (or heard) is always the right thing to do. Your supervisors will respect your adherence to company policy.When you’re being taken advantage ofWe all must work outside our given job descriptions. Contributing to the team by going above and beyond your given duties is essential not only to the company’s success, but also to your professional advancement. Keep in mind, though, that there’s a difference between being trusted with additional tasks and being stretched too thin. If you feel you have reached your limit in what you are able to do, speak up. If you have too many balls in the air your work may suffer. So, coming forward and being honest will demonstrate to your supervisor that you not only care about the quantity of work given but most importantly its quality.When you don’t understandNo matter if you’re in an entry-level position or in a supervisory role, never be afraid to ask questions. Don’t pretend to know more than you do. Speak up if you have concerns or need more information about the work you’ve been tasked with. It’s better to be confident in what the expectations are then to not completely understand. That way you know you’ll get it right.When you just feel strongly about somethingThere is a difference between being aggressive with your concerns and opinions and actually asserting yourself in what you feel strongly about. Don’t be afraid to be different than your colleagues. If things are going a way you don’t agree with or a work topic is being discussed that you truly have passion for, step up and make your feelings known. As long as you do so in a professional manner, your coworkers should respect your strength and your confidence. 28SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Wendy Moody Wendy Moody is a Senior Editor with CUInsight.com. Wendy works with the editorial team to help edit the content including current news, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details
– Advertisement – F.T.C. commissioners serve staggered terms and need Senate approval, so it could take time for the balance to shift. In any case, experts say the political climate isn’t ripe for an aggressive policy overhaul. David Vladeck, a Georgetown University law professor and former director of the F.T.C.’s consumer protection unit, said that even though “antitrust laws haven’t worked very well in the digital economy,” he doubted a revolution was either desirable or possible. Similarly, Eleanor Fox and Harry First of New York University, who recently outlined new rules to rein in Big Tech, said there was plenty of room for consensus in the ideological middle, balancing nuanced views on market efficiency and consolidation. – Advertisement – The F.T.C.’s five commissioners are currently three Republicans and two Democrats. The Democrats, Rohit Chopra and Rebecca Slaughter, often oppose the majority’s “permissive” treatment of corporations, and one of them could become the new head of the agency. Indeed, the House Committee on Energy and Commerce recently urged Mr. Simons to “immediately stop work on all partisan, controversial items,” noting that leadership “will undoubtedly be changing.” – Advertisement – A debate has raged between more laissez-faire conservatives and the so-called progressive “hipster antitrust movement” seeking a more muscular competition policy overhaul, especially toward Big Tech. President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. is expected to seek a balance between these competing ideologies. And Sean Royall, a former deputy director of the F.T.C.’s competition bureau who is now a partner at the legal giant Kirkland & Ellis, said, “The changes we expect are on balance fairly moderate.” Joe Simons, the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, said Thursday that monopolies could “squash” smaller competitors by buying them, a possible warning shot ahead of the agency’s expected lawsuit against Facebook. The statement highlights how the agency’s approach to antitrust could change under a Biden administration, as the Democratic Party’s left wing pushes for even tougher enforcement, the DealBook newsletter reports.- Advertisement –
Advertisement Lacazette shared the clip where Giroud looked despondent (Picture: Instagram)There has been some previous with Giroud and his former club.AdvertisementAdvertisementAfter Chelsea thumped Arsenal 4-1 in the Europa League final last season, Giroud openly mocked the Gunners in an Instagram video filmed by team-mate Jorginho.‘Thank you, Arsenal,’ Giroud exclaimed as he lifted the trophy aloft a year ago.The Frenchmen did cross over at the Emirates when Lacazette joined in the summer of 2017 but Giroud departed six months later, moving to Arsenal’s London rivals. Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Comment Giroud appeared to be mocked (Picture: AFP via Getty Images)Alexandre Lacazette played his part in bashing Olivier Giroud on social media after Arsenal’s FA Cup win over Chelsea. The Arsenal striker was part of Mikel Arteta’s side that beat Chelsea 2-1 on Saturday, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s double securing the Gunners a record 14th FA Cup triumph.Former Arsenal striker Giroud was on the losing side and was snapped looking despondent in the stands as his current team went down to his ex-club. Lacazette shared a video on Instagram of Giroud looking desolate and underneath the clip was a cartoon of the Arsenal No. 9 dancing, along with some laughing emojis. ADVERTISEMENT Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 1 Aug 2020 9:41 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.4kShares Advertisement Alexandre Lacazette shares social media post trolling Olivier Giroud after Arsenal FA Cup win
They return with Leicester in desperate need of a home win after just two league victories at the King Power Stadium this term. The record does not do the Foxes justice and it is a source of frustration for boss Nigel Pearson. “We are aware of the fact our home form has to improve, there’s no doubt about it. Before a ball is kicked you know your home performances and results are going to be very important,” Pearson said. “We haven’t played that badly, that’s one of the things which has been frustrating for us. We have had plenty of good performances but the results haven’t always come. We’re confident that will change.” Palace come to Leicester unbeaten in five games since Alan Pardew was appointed last month. Pearson is out to end Pardew’s fine start, although he admits the pressure is on his Foxes team. “People would look at a game like Saturday, whatever camp you sit in, and hope your team is capable of winning,” he said. “In some ways that puts more pressure on games like this. Ultimately, at our best, we are going to be a difficult team to play against. The defender, who signed on loan from Stoke on deadline day, was banned for two games and fined £15,000 by the Football Association after breaching rules in relation to social media comments, and is halfway through the suspension. Matty James is available after suspension, Riyad Mahrez is back following Algeria’s African Nations Cup campaign and Matt Upson is available after a long-term foot injury. Press Association “We have a healthy respect for people and on their day Palace are a very capable side. We have to make sure we’re getting our home form right and pick up three points. “We have been in the bottom spot for a while so it’s always an incentive to know three points gives you a chance to progress.” Pardew will throw non-league signing Keshi Anderson straight into the squad. Anderson, 19, joined Palace on deadline day from Barton Rovers, who play in Southern League Division One Central – seven tiers below the top flight. The striker has scored 19 goals for Rovers this season but secured his move after notching a six-minute hat-trick against Palace in a trial match for Brentford. “Six minutes isn’t bad is it? He’s just got a chance, that’s what it is,” Pardew said. “It’s an opportunity for him, he trained with us today and I’ve put him in the squad tomorrow. “It’ll be good experience for him to come to see what goes on and his headlights are still full on.” Palace will be without captain Mile Jedinak for the trip to the Foxes after the midfielder returned from helping Australia win the Asian Cup with a sore ankle. Yannick Bolasie is also unavailable. The winger is at the African Nations Cup with DR Congo, who play a third-place play-off on Saturday. Robert Huth is suspended so cannot make his Leicester debut against Crystal Palace on Saturday.
A ruptured anterior cruciate ligament means it has been over a year since the 25-year-old last played, but that has not prevented speculation about a summer move mounting. Tottenham, Manchester City and Liverpool were among those to have reportedly shown an interest, but Rodriguez has dashed their hopes by agreeing a new deal at Southampton. The England international’s contract was due to expire next summer, but he has now penned an extension taking him through to 2019. “I’m delighted,” Rodriguez said. “It’s a great club and we’ve done amazingly this year. “It’s been a tough year for myself being out, but I’m really delighted to sign the contract. It’s now about looking forward to the future. “The medical staff have all worked tirelessly with me, so this is great news. I just want to carry on improving now and to try to get some game time.” The last of Rodriguez’s 76 Southampton appearances came at Manchester City last April, when an awkward fall ended his World Cup dreams. That injury has kept him out ever since but the forward could well make a first-team return before the season comes to a close. Rodriguez’s return will be a big boost for Southampton, while his renewed commitment to the club is a welcome development following last summer’s unparalleled talent drain. “This is very good news for the club because there was some speculation about Jay and interest from other big clubs, so it is a compliment to the club that we have an agreement,” manager Ronald Koeman told Southampton’s official YouTube channel. “It has been a difficult time for Jay who has been doing everything to come back in a good shape. “It’s a good start to the summer business for us because it shows that everyone here is convinced by what we want to achieve.” Rodriguez was not the only Southampton player approaching the last year of their contract, with Nathaniel Clyne also in the same position. Speculation about the right-back has increased in recent months, with Manchester United strongly linked with a summer move for the England international. The fact Clyne is out of contract next summer has fuelled talk and Saints manager Koeman has repeatedly underlined the importance of knowing whether he would sign a new and improved deal or not. Executive director Les Reed planned to sit down with the full-back after Saturday’s defeat to Leicester and it appears there is a chance he could yet stay on the south coast. Previous talks over extending Clyne’s contract have stalled, but Press Association Sport understands negotiations over a new deal have reopened. Whether a deal can be struck is another matter, but the resumption of talks is a positive move given it appeared all but certain the 24-year-old would be heading for the exit. Press Association Jay Rodriguez has ended speculation over his future by signing a new and improved contract at Southampton, keeping him at St Mary’s until 2019.
ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth swim team closed out an excellent regular season Tuesday with a Senior Night sweep against the visiting Washington Academy Raiders at the Down East Family YMCA.The meet, which was postponed from Friday after bad weather prevented Washington Academy from traveling to Hancock County as scheduled that day, served as a final chance for the Eagles to tune up for the conference and state championship meets later this month. The Eagles’ won the boys’ matchup 118-38 and the girls’ matchup by a score of 116-30.On the boys’ side, Ellsworth won all but one race on the evening. Camden Holmes (200-yard freestyle and 100-yard backstroke) and Richie Matthews (50- and 100-yard freestyles) provided the Eagles with two individual event wins apiece. Matthews, a senior, was competing in his final home meet.Ellsworth also came close to winning every event on the girls’ side, falling just short in the 50-yard freestyle. Ellie Clarke (100 freestyle and 200 individual medley) and Caitlin MacPherson (100-yard breaststroke and 100-yard butterfly) each earned a pair of individual wins for the Eagles.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textEllsworth will compete in the Penobscot Valley Conference championships this weekend at the University of Maine. The boys’ meet will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 9, and the girls’ meet is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10.