LPRC and Club Breweries have registered their appeals to the First Instant Board Appeal Committee, headed by vice president Musa Shannon, against their de-registration as members of the Liberia Football Association (LFA).Secretary General Alphonso Armah told newsmen yesterday that hearings are expected this weekend at the football house on Benson Street.Mr. Armah further announced that 2nd division outfits Small Town and Mighty Blue Dragon have also sought appeal.Though, Armah failed to state the appeal’s fees, reports say each team paid L$10,000.It may be recalled last week, Ansu Dorley, chairman of the First Instant Board said the clubs failed to meet up with the minimal requirement of a practice pitch, Article of Incorporation (AOI) amongst others, thus disqualifying them from the 2014/2015 LFA League.Mr. Dorley named the teams for the 1st division as BYC, FC Fassell, LISCR, Wantaga, Nimba United, Jubilee FC, NPA Anchors and Aries. IE and Keitrace were given provisional clearances up to May 31.He also named Mighty Blue Angels, Barrolle, ELWA United, Gardnersville FC, BYC II and Holder FC to participate in the 2nd division league.Georgia Conquerors and Sesay FC were given provisional clearances, while Small Town, Ganta and Might Dragon were denied participation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
It’s free to park at Clark County’s parks and boat launches after Clark County commissioners approved the removal of the fees by a 2-1 vote Tuesday night.At the end of a meeting that lasted just over three hours, Commissioners David Madore and Tom Mielke voted in favor of a resolution that removes parking fees from Frenchman’s Bar Park, Lewisville Regional Park, Vancouver Lake Park, Salmon Creek/Klineline Pond, Daybreak Park & Boat Launch and Haapa Boat Launch.Commissioner Steve Stuart voted against the resolution after offering up four proposed amendments that each died with no second vote.Stuart said he was trying to get to the heart of the “problem we are trying to solve” by removing the barrier of access to parks for those who would otherwise not be able to afford it. He also said he was trying to protect the general fund from the cost of the resolution.As the resolution was proposed, and eventually approved, the general fund will pay for the $325,000 annual shortfall that will result from the removal of parking fees.Those parking fees ranged from $2 to $8.Stuart offered up an amendment to wait for savings to come through a renegotiated interlocal agreement between the county and the city of Vancouver for operating its parks program.
BERLIN — Employee representatives at Germany’s Commerzbank are calling on managers to break off talks on a possible merger with Deutsche Bank, which they are describing as an “unmanageable adventure.”The major German lenders announced March 17 that they would discuss a possible combination, which the country’s finance minister reportedly views favourably. However, there is widespread skepticism about the merits of a merger between two companies overhauling their businesses after years of troubles, as well as concerns about the possibility of large-scale job losses.German news agency dpa reported that Commerzbank’s employee council sent a “protest note” to management Wednesday. It said: “We are of the opinion that you are launching into an unmanageable adventure without a discernible plan, without vision and support.”In Germany, employees are represented on companies’ supervisory boards.The Associated Press
WAL-MART in China to speed up the development of the same time, in the layoffs storm in the TESCO (Le Gou) is not a good day. In December 17th, China company official in the world ranked third retailers said that companies in order to obtain long-term and sustainable development in the Chinese market, is to organize the implementation of the adjustment, the adjustment of personnel section is nearing completion. The source said it was a few months ago was exposed TESCO layoffs storm.
according to previous information disclosed by the media said, in this year, Tesco conducted two rounds of layoffs, the first involving about 500 employees, second round of layoffs less, but will spread to various departments.
, who worked for many years in China TESCO company said, TESCO Chinese companies to implement layoffs, due to the group’s dissatisfaction with the performance of Chinese companies, but layoffs began two years ago. According to the latest description of Tesco layoffs, reveals the transnational retail giants after the huge market China excited helpless.
up to now, TESCO this year, only in the Chinese market opened 5 stores. According to the fiscal year (March 2012 to the end of February 2013) the company plans, TESCO ready to open 18 stores in Chinese market. In just 2 months, the need to open a supermarket in the, TESCO can reach the fiscal year target remains unknown.
plans two years ago
March 2011, TESCO CEO Shi Dunting (Tim A shdown) into the Chinese market, replacing (Ken Towle) to become the new CEO of TESCO China company. Whether it is outside or TESCO Chinese area, has been rumored "Shi Dunting will have a big movement in Chinese market".
Shi Dunting was in charge of TESCO group in Korea market, in the market, the Dunting help TESCO group to occupy the local market is about 50% of the integrated super market share. While the two largest retail giant WAL-MART, Carrefour is defeated in the market.
July 2011, Shi Dunting interview with this reporter, said confidently, "Chinese market scale is the one and only in the global market, China team is confident to catch up with WAL-MART and carrefour".
had TESCO who served as president of the Chinese said, Shi Dunting arrived China market, the group already has Chinese market performance is not satisfactory. The implementation of the Chinese market, the company hopes to be able to control unnecessary labor cost savings, in the rapid expansion of revenue data can not quickly raise the level of profitability. This view was recognized by the TESCO group.
the source, application of Dunting entry China company, was looking for a British consulting firm for the layoffs is to adjust the so-called TESCO organization strategy analysis report. As expected, the newspaper at that time