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End of an era: Martin Gilbert’s legacy as he steps down from Standard Life Aberdeen chief executive role

first_img End of an era: Martin Gilbert’s legacy as he steps down from Standard Life Aberdeen chief executive role by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May Likebonvoyaged.comThese Celebs Are Complete Jerks In Real Life.bonvoyaged.comBleacherBreaker4 Sisters Take The Same Picture For 40 Years. Don’t Cry When You See The Last One!BleacherBreakerDefinitionMost Embarrassing Mistakes Ever Made In HistoryDefinitionFilm OracleThey Drained Niagara Falls – Their Gruesome Find Will Keep You Up All NightFilm OraclePost FunA Coast Guard Spotted Movement On A Remote Island, Then Looked CloserPost FunZen HeraldEllen Got A Little Too Personal With Blake Shelton, So He Said ThisZen HeraldPets DetectiveAfter Céline Dion’s Major Weight Loss, She Confirms What We Suspected All AlongPets DetectiveHealthyGem20 Hair Shapes That Make A Man Over 60 Look 40HealthyGemNext RefinanceThey Drained Niagara Falls — They Weren’t Prepared For This Sickening DiscoveryNext Refinance Share Aberdeen Asset Management merged with Standard Life in 2017, however the firm’s share price has plummeted as much as 49 per cent in the two years since.Read more: “Team players”: Aberdeen and Standard Life set out dual chief exec plansGilbert will remain at the company as vice chairman of Standard Life Aberdeen and chairman of Aberdeen Standard Investments in a client facing role, as Keith Skeoch stays on as chief executive.In a statement following the announcement Gilbert wrote on Twitter: “We’ve made significant progress since the merger and it’s a good time for Keith to become sole chief executive. After 36 years of being a chief executive I’m happy to have a new role focusing on clients.”CVUniversity of Aberdeen, Law LLB and Accountancy MA, graduated 1978 Wednesday 13 March 2019 4:40 pm City veteran Martin Gilbert stepped down as joint chief executive of Standard Life Aberdeen this morning as the investment firm ditched the management structure put in place following the 2017 merger of Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management.The move brings to an end Gilbert’s 36-year reign as chief executive of Aberdeen Asset Management, and Standard Life Aberdeen, which saw him grow the firm from a small Scottish investment trust in to a global company with more than £550bn in assets under management. Brander & Cruickshank, investment department, 1982Co-founder and chief executive, Aberdeen Asset Management, 1983 – 2017Director and co-chief executive, Standard Life Aberdeen, August 2017 – March 2019Vice chair, Standard Life Aberdeen and Chairman, Aberdeen Standard Investments, March 2019.Other rolesChairman of the Prudential Regulation Authority’s practitioner panel Read more: Standard Life Aberdeen scraps co-chief executive structureThe firm listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1991, eight years after it was founded, and went on to grow rapidly as it acquired assets across Asia and Europe and established offices in Singapore and Hong Kong.Gilbert continued to grow the company through multiple acquisitions including Barclays Property Investment, Murray Johnstone, Edinburgh Fund Managers and RBS Asset Management. Gilbert hinted at his imminent departure in January this year, saying chairman Douglas Flint would soon be looking for a replacement.“I’m getting on. I’m already the second-oldest chief executive [of a British blue-chip company] as well as the longest-serving. I’m in the back nine at golf,” he said at this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, the Daily Mail reported.center_img whatsapp Jessica Clark Senior independent director, GlencoreInstitute of International Finance, board memberMonetary Authority of Singapore International Advisory Panel memberBritish American Business, International Advisory Board member whatsapp Tags: Aberdeen Asset Management Asset management Company Standard Lifelast_img read more

Gina Miller slams incoming Bank boss Andrew Bailey

first_img Gina Miller calls for review of Andrew Bailey’s Bank of England role after ‘toxic’ FCA tenure Business owner and campaigner Gina Miller (DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP via Getty Images) Campaigner and asset management boss Gina Miller today called for a review of Andrew Bailey’s appointment as governor of the Bank of England after his “toxic” tenure as head of the City watchdog. James Booth Miller said: “The report we have published today makes it clear Mr Bailey is not a fit and proper person to be the next governor of the Bank of England.” Miller’s True and Fair campaign today published as a report called “Asleep at the wheel” about the string of City scandals during Bailey’s time as chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). whatsapp Miller and her husband Alan Miller co-founded wealth management firm SCM Direct. They have been frequent critics of the FCA’s regulation of funds, previously calling for Bailey’s resignation over the Woodford scandal. The report accuses the FCA of a string of errors, including the failure to investigate a complaint by a whistle-blower against the Hbos Group, the failure to publish its independent report into the treatment of Royal Bank of Scotland business customers and its failure to respond to whistleblower warnings about London Capital & Finance which collapsed leaving 11,600 customers with losses of up to £236m. “On his watch, hundreds of thousands of Britons have lost money – in many cases, losing their life savings which has devastated their lives, families and businesses,” she added. “Andrew Bailey’s tenure as CEO of the FCA has been characterised by a toxic cocktail of negligence, incompetence and indifference to the needs of ordinary depositors, investors and pensioners,” Miller said. “Were he to be confirmed in this highly responsible and prominent role, it would be a gross betrayal of the government’s duty to protect consumers, and a textbook example of rewarding failure.” Miller called for new chancellor Rishi Sunak to launch an urgent review of Bailey’s appointment to succeed Mark Carney and urged the Treasury Committee to review the process to appoint him. Business owner and campaigner Gina Miller (DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP via Getty Images) Also Read: Gina Miller calls for review of Andrew Bailey’s Bank of England role after ‘toxic’ FCA tenure center_img Tuesday 25 February 2020 5:35 pm Show Comments ▼ Share Business owner and campaigner Gina Miller (DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP via Getty Images) Also Read: Gina Miller calls for review of Andrew Bailey’s Bank of England role after ‘toxic’ FCA tenure Former business minister Vince Cable MP said: “This report is a damning indictment of failure by the FCA to exercise proper regulatory oversight over conduct within the banking and wider UK financial services system.” Miller is also known for fronting two successful legal challenges against the government in relation to Brexit. The Bank of England declined to comment. The Treasury was contacted for comment. It also highlighted the FCA’s failure to prevent the Woodford scandal in which hundreds of thousands of investors lost millions and the suspension of illiquid funds such as the M&G Property Fund. whatsapp An FCA spokesperson said: “We utterly reject these claims which contain numerous inaccuracies and are made with little understanding of the role of the FCA. We have disagreed with the Millers on numerous issues relating to the investment industry, and our oversight of it, over recent years and we note their previous calls on Andrew to resign. This is just another example.” More From Our Partners Brave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgLA news reporter doesn’t seem to recognize actor Mark Currythegrio.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgMan on bail for murder arrested after pet tiger escapes Houston homethegrio.comNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgKansas coach fired for using N-word toward Black playerthegrio.comPorsha Williams engaged to ex-husband of ‘RHOA’ co-star Falynn Guobadiathegrio.comlast_img read more

Canadian police revisiting more than 10,000 dismissed sexual assault cases

first_imgNation & World | NPR News | Public Safety | Sexual Abuse & Domestic ViolenceCanadian police revisiting more than 10,000 dismissed sexual assault casesFebruary 13, 2017 by Camila Domonoske, NPR Share:After a newspaper investigation concluded that one-fifth of all sexual assault complaints in Canada were dismissed as “unfounded,” or baseless — a far higher percentage than for other types of crime — police forces across the country are revisiting old cases.In total, police forces are reviewing more than 10,000 rape and assault allegations that were dismissed as “unfounded,” The Globe and Mail reports.The newspaper previously reported that from 2010-2014, more than 27,000 such cases were given that designation, meaning they effectively disappeared from the Canadian justice system.The Royal Canadian Mounted Police are reviewing all such cases from 2016 as well as a “sample” of previous allegations, the CBC reports. A number of local police forces are revisiting old cases, as well — sometimes voluntarily, the broadcaster says, and sometimes at the demand of a civilian oversight board.The police chief of London, Ontario, has apologized to victims, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his administration would “do more” on the issue.The flurry of responses were prompted by an investigation published by the Globe and Mail earlier this month.The newspaper found that the number of sexual assault cases dismissed as “unfounded” was unusually high compared with other alleged crimes. The categorization means no crime had been attempted or committed. Such cases don’t factor into a police force’s crime statistics.Because the number of unfounded cases wasn’t made public, reporter Robyn Doolittle sent hundreds of freedom of information requests to police forces across Canada. She found that nationwide more than 19 percent of sexual assault cases were dismissed as “unfounded” — nearly twice the rate for physical assault, and far higher than the rate for other crimes.Here’s more from the Globe and Mail‘s original report:“True unfounded cases, which arise from malicious or mistaken reports, are rare. Between 2 per cent and 8 per cent of complaints are false reports, according to research from North America, the United Kingdom and Australia. The Globe’s findings suggest that police in Canada are closing a disproportionate number of rape cases as unfounded, a phenomenon that distorts the country’s crime statistics.“Inflated unfounded rates create the impression that police receive fewer complaints of sexual assault than they actually do. In turn, that gives the appearance that more complaints lead to an arrest.”The report also found “vast discrepancies” between jurisdictions — meaning that a person who reported a rape had very different odds of being believed by police officers, depending on where she or he lived.Police in Windsor, Ontario, dismissed 3 percent of assault allegations as unfounded; in London, Ontario, police dismissed 30 percent. Winnipeg police “unfounded” just 66 of 3,483 allegations. Police in Saint John, New Brunswick, dismissed 312 of 617.Most people whose cases were closed as unfounded were never told by police that their allegations had been dismissed. In some cases, police marked the cases as baseless without conducting interviews with witnesses or suspects.In one incident more than a decade ago, police dismissed as “unfounded” the case of a 13-year-old girl who had been impregnated and told police the father was a 27-year-old man. Authorities discredited her account, apparently without ever conducting a paternity test.The Globe‘s investigation opens with the 2010 story of a college student in London, Ontario, who told police she was raped — outdoors, with bystanders taking photos or videos as she told the man to stop, she said. In a videotaped interview, a police detective told her that her clothes weren’t “torn or anything,” erroneously said that her account of a sudden blackout while drinking wasn’t plausible, and suggested she “maybe the sex was consensual” and she was more upset by the voyeurism.A suspect was contacted and “warned,” police said, but the case was closed as unfounded.That case was reopened by police after the Globe approached the police force for comment.Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.Share this story:last_img read more

Anchorage police arrest dozens in ‘Operation Midnight Sun’

first_imgCrime & Courts | SouthcentralAnchorage police arrest dozens in ‘Operation Midnight Sun’June 23, 2018 by Casey Grove, Alaska Public Media Share:Dozens of alleged criminals were swept up this week in what Anchorage police are calling “Operation Midnight Sun.”Audio Playerhttps://media.ktoo.org/2018/06/ann-20180622-01.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Police say uniformed and undercover officers worked with state and federal law enforcement agencies over the course of several days during the coordinated, street-level crime suppression operation.Police say the operation resulted in the seizure of nearly 20 guns, a little less than a pound of drugs and five stolen vehicles. It also led to a total of about 60 felony charges or arrests for outstanding warrants, including the arrest of one man on a murder charge.Around 100 uniformed and undercover officers, including aerial support from Alaska State Troopers, were split into eight teams and conducted a variety of crime suppression activities all over Anchorage in “Operation Midnight Sun.” (Photo courtesy of the Anchorage Police Department)Anchorage police lieutenant Jack Carson says Operation Midnight Sun went beyond the department’s day-to-day police work to do something more proactive.“Crime suppression is actually going out and targeting criminal activity before they can victimize somebody,” Carson said. “So, we’re taking it to ’em prior to that, so we’re actually going out there and seeking them out and arresting them.”Anchorage police say the operation brought together the FBI, ATF, DEA and others. It also included an Alaska State Troopers helicopter helping spot and track suspects from the air.Carson says that required a highly coordinated effort.“You know, it’s one of the biggest operations that we’ve run with all of our federal partners,” Carson said. “We’re doing this type of stuff everyday,but just not to this level.”Anchorage police say the operation was possible because the department has increased the number of officers on the force and noted that Anchorage residents can expect similar coordinated efforts in the future.Share this story:last_img read more

News / Whitehall unveils route for new Thames crossing to link with M2

first_img© Chris Moncrieff | Dreamstime.com – Dartford River Crossing By Gavin van Marle 12/04/2017 The UK government has announced the route for the new Thames crossing to supplement links that have become increasingly congested.The preferred route for the Lower Thames Crossing will run between the M25 at North Ockendon, east of Tilbury, under the Thames to linkup with the A2 that links up with the M2 to Dover.It is expected to carry 4,500,000 freight vehicles in its first year of operation, although no dates for construction have been announced. Over the next year, the Highways Agency will decide on the exact details of the route and links to existing roads.The government has also announced a £66m investment to widen the A13 Stanford-le-Hope bypass from two to three lanes, which it said would “unlock the development of hundreds of new houses and improve links to Tilbury and London Gateway ports”.Charles Hammond, chief executive of Forth Ports, which owns the port of Tilbury, welcomed the decision, but said his support was dependent on a new junction being built directly into the port itself.“This investment is as much about north-south connectivity, as east-west road links on and off the motorway.“It is vital that nationally significant transport operations like the port of Tilbury have high-quality and reliable road connections. That’s why we will maintain the case for an all-moves junction off the new motorway into the expanding port area,” he said.Christian Brodie, chairman of the South East Local Enterprise Partnership, said: “The benefits go far beyond Kent and Essex. With the current Dartford Crossing already operating at capacity and freight traffic continuing to grow, the new crossing will also support the government’s wider economic aspirations for the Northern Powerhouse and Midlands Engine.”Port of Dover chief executive Tim Waggott added: “Dover handles up to £119bn of trade, or 17% of the UK’s trade in goods, and is vital to the UK’s trading relationship with Europe – our largest and nearest trading partner. Half of its freight traffic is heading beyond London to support economic activity in the Midlands Engine and Northern Powerhouse government priority areas.“With freight traffic through Dover growing by a third in only four years, and with a forecast 40% growth in freight traffic by the end of the next decade, it is essential that traffic fluidity is enhanced on this key trade corridor connecting the rest of the UK with mainland Europe.”However, some transport campaigners argue that the trade-off between environmental considerations and the UK’s freight transport needs could be better served.Bridget Fox, sustainable transport campaigner at the Campaign for Better Transport, said: “Building a major new road through protected countryside is not the right way to address the long-standing problems of traffic, much of it HGVs, through Kent.“Instead of squandering billions on yet another expensive new road that will inevitably fill up with traffic, leading to more congestion, a better solution would be to expand port capacity north of the Thames, improve freight and passenger rail links to Kent and look at measures like distance-based HGV charging to better manage traffic.”last_img read more

Medicaid cuts, more uninsured: 3 takeaways from new estimates of the GOP’s health plan

first_img What’s included? Tags Medicaidpolicywomen’s health Politics Lev Facher Log In | Learn More About the Authors Reprints By Dylan Scott and Lev Facher March 13, 2017 Reprints What is it? Daily reporting and analysis The most comprehensive industry coverage from a powerhouse team of reporters Subscriber-only newsletters Daily newsletters to brief you on the most important industry news of the day STAT+ Conversations Weekly opportunities to engage with our reporters and leading industry experts in live video conversations Exclusive industry events Premium access to subscriber-only networking events around the country The best reporters in the industry The most trusted and well-connected newsroom in the health care industry And much more Exclusive interviews with industry leaders, profiles, and premium tools, like our CRISPR Trackr. STAT+ is STAT’s premium subscription service for in-depth biotech, pharma, policy, and life science coverage and analysis. Our award-winning team covers news on Wall Street, policy developments in Washington, early science breakthroughs and clinical trial results, and health care disruption in Silicon Valley and beyond.center_img [email protected] WASHINGTON — The official scorekeepers in Washington have weighed in on the GOP’s health care plan and put the stakes of the debate in full view: Millions more Americans would be uninsured if the legislation were approved, and federal spending on Medicaid, the largest health insurance program in the nation, would be dramatically reduced.Republicans have preemptively argued that the Congressional Budget Office, which released its analysis of the American Health Care Act on Monday, sometimes gets its estimates wrong. But for now, the CBO’s report is the official projection of what would happen under President Trump and the GOP’s plan. Medicaid cuts, more uninsured: 3 takeaways from new estimates of the GOP’s health plan Unlock this article — plus daily intelligence on Capitol Hill and the life sciences industry — by subscribing to STAT+. First 30 days free. GET STARTED Washington Correspondent Lev Facher covers the politics of health and life sciences. A clinician at Planned Parenthood, which would see its funding cut under the GOP health care bill. LAURA SEGALL/AFP/Getty Images GET STARTED @levfacher last_img read more

Florida vaccine site overrun after false rumors said all could come

first_imgAdvertisementThe site, run by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, administers 500 doses per day. It had enforced Gov. Ron DeSantis’ rules Saturday morning, but when it became clear not enough eligible people would arrive, the workers invited anyone in for a shot. That is not unusual — many drugstores, for example, will inject anyone in the store at closing time if they have leftover vaccines that would spoil otherwise.Social media spread the news Saturday and people came from miles to the small town on the Florida peninsula’s southern tip to get their shots. Florida nursing homes report COVID-19 infection rates nearly double the national average June 16, 2021 FLORIDA CITY, Fla. — A Florida vaccination site had so few eligible takers Saturday that it started inoculating any adult who wanted a shot rather than let the vaccine on hand go to waste.Word spread and on Sunday the Florida City site was overwhelmed, particularly after local state Sen. Annette Taddeo incorrectly tweeted that the federally run site would again take all comers. The Democrat, who was the party’s lieutenant governor candidate in 2014, later deleted that tweet and corrected herself.Police had to calm the crowd Sunday when the site again enforced the state’s eligibility rules: 65 and older; frontline medical workers and police officers, teachers and firefighters over 50; and younger people with a physician’s note saying they would be endangered if they caught the virus.According to the Miami Herald, a Florida City police officer through a megaphone told 200 people waiting in line, “If you do not meet the criteria, you will not be vaccinated today.” Vaccines must be refrigerated at extremely cold temperatures and used that day once they are removed. AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments Two suffer shark bites off Florida beach June 16, 2021 Over 1,000 unemployment claim call takers let go as DEO cancels contract June 12, 2021 AdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 commentscenter_img Florida moves against foreign theft of intellectual property June 8, 2021 AdvertisementTags: FloridaVaccine Advertisement RELATEDTOPICS Advertisementlast_img read more

Physics Of Sound Is Topic Of May 26 CU Wizards Show

first_img Published: May 9, 2001 Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail The scientific aspects of sound and air pressure will be explained when CU Wizard Michael Dubson presents his show “Boom! The Physics of Sound and Air Pressure,” on Saturday, May 26, at 9:30 a.m. in Duane Physics, room G1B30. During the free hour-long show, Dubson, who is a senior instructor in the physics department at the University of Colorado at Boulder, will implode a 50-gallon steel drum using air pressure, create a sonic boom with a bullwhip and stage a tug-of-war with the pressure of the atmosphere. Dubson and the audience will explore the sounds made by several exotic musical instruments including an electronic theremin, which emits sounds when a hand is waved in the air near its antenna. The audience also will learn how sound waves are made, why they can be heard and what makes some sounds “musical.” Dubson said he will be handing out colored cards to the audience at the beginning of the show, and they will vote on answers to questions asked by raising colored cards. Other highlights of the show include an exploding hydrogen balloon, a strobe light on a vibrating drumhead and a bed of nails. CU Wizards is a monthly series during the academic year that introduces topics in astronomy, chemistry and physics. Though intended primarily for students in grades five through nine, the shows are educational and entertaining to persons of any age. Dubson was one of two CU-Boulder faculty members featured in an educational program that aired on Denver’s CBS television station KCNC-TV last November. The two-week series “Convection Connection” featured News4 anchor Larry Green, Alex Weaver, former K-12 outreach director at CU’s Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, and Dubson. The award-winning series featured experiments to explain the scientific concept of convection. The final CU Wizards show of the spring, “Black Holes,” is on Saturday, June 16, at 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. The show will feature Professor Andrew Hamilton of the astrophysical and planetary sciences department at CU-Boulder. Free parking for the May 26 show is available in lot 169 northeast of Folsom Stadium off Folsom Street, lot 396 off Stadium Drive, lot 436 east of the Engineering Center and lot 308 south of Regent Drive and west of Kittredge Loop Road. Parking also is available in the Euclid Avenue Autopark for a nominal fee. Anyone with a disability or special need should notify the physics office at (303) 492-6952 a few days prior to the show. For information about CU Wizards call (303) 492-4318 or visit the Web site at http://physics.colorado.edu/wizards/cuwizards.html.last_img read more

Endurance PhD and Build Your Base programs kick off Sept. 8

first_img Published: Aug. 26, 2020 Join other doctoral and master’s students for the Grad+ weekly Zoom seminars. Get support and structure to help you set goals and maintain good writing habits, while fostering relationships with peers across disciplines. Email questions to [email protected] the Graduate School website for more information, including dates and times.Categories:Workshops & SeminarsEvents & Exhibits Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-maillast_img

Afternoon Brief, October 4

first_imgPinterest Email Trending Story:Eyeing a Possible Recession, California Wineries Cut Back on Production — and Farmers SufferPaul Johnson farms 450 acres of wine grapes in Monterey County for his family’s Johnson Vineyard Co. Normally, a range of local wineries, under multiyear contracts, buy his Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes. But after last year’s harvest, Johnson began to worry when no winery clients renewed their contracts…Today’s News:College Admissions Scam: A Winemaker Was Sentenced to Five Months in PrisonA former Napa Valley vineyard owner was sentenced to five months in prison on Friday for his role in the national college admissions scam, the US Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts said. Agustin Huneeus, the fifth parent sentenced in the scam, pleaded guilty in May to conspiracy to commit fraud…Red Flag Warning Issued for North Bay Mountains, Elevated Risk of Power Shut-OffsThe National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for high elevation areas of Sonoma County starting Saturday night, when dry weather and breezy winds are expected to pass through, increasing fire risk and raising the possibility of power shutoffs in the region, according to PG&E…Italian Wine Escapes US Tariff HikeSingle-malt Scotch and Irish whisky, supermarket wine and sommelier-friendly wine are being punished. Italian wine, Champagne, and Robert Parker-style wine are being let off for good behavior…Rombauer Vineyards Wins Big Wine Production Increase – and PraiseMeasuring Wine’s Apathy ProblemWine Becomes Casualty in Trump’s Trade War with European UnionThe Willamette Valley Wine Pioneers – Legends of the Wine IndustryVirginia Winemaker Says the Heat Helps with BusinessPetaluma Cannabis Grower’s Permit Success Illustrates Lumbering Regulatory ProcessGet in Line: Mobile Bottling and Canning Units Can Save Time and Money for Small ProducersConstellation Marks Down Cannabis Investment by $839mDo New U.S. Wine Tariffs Mean the End of Most $10 European Wine?Arab Wineries in Israel Tell of the Palestinian Struggle in Each GlassDan Berger: The Costs of Unexpected CostsIndustry Events:Webinar: Designing Your Holiday Marketing CampaignOctober 8, 2019 – WebinarSommCon® San DiegoNovember 13, 2019 – San Diego, CA, USAWine Women 2019 ConferenceNovember 5 , 2019 – Sonoma, CA, USARootstockNovember 14, 2019 – Napa, CA, USA8th Annual North Coast Wine Industry ExpoDecember 5, 2019 – Santa Rosa, CA, USAMore Wine Industry Events…WineIndustry.Jobs:Head Chef/Kitchen ManagerCoyote Sonoma – Healdsburg, CA, USAExecutive Administrative AssistantWilson Artisan Wineries – Geyserville, CA, USASales RepresentativePolarClad Tank Insulation – CA, USAMore Wine Industry Jobs…Feature Your Job Listing in the Afternoon BriefTop Stories of the Week:Jackson Family Wines CEO: No Big Buyout Planned to Counter Gallo-Constellation DealWhat Part of Reality Are You Missing? Augmenting Smart PackagingWhat Farmers and Wineries Can Do to Prepare for PG&E Power ShutoffsManaging the Impact of Climate ChangeFour Ways to Make a Winery More ProfitableCannabis Is Coming to California Wine Country: First One-Acre Permit for Growing Craft Cannabis Has Been Awarded in Sonoma CountyHow Vintners Use Cover Crops in VineyardsAuthentic Storytelling to Attract a New Generation of TouristUnderstanding Perceived Minerality in WineWine Industry Network Announces the Date and New Location for the 2nd Annual 3-Tier Wine SymposiumClimate Silver Lining for European WineConsumer Study by Drizly Paints Emerging Picture of How Gen Z Shops for Alcohol In-Store and OnlinePolice Dismantle Grape Harvest Human Trafficking RingDan Berger: The Imminent Glut: The State Industry Is Facing a Major Wine SurplusThere Is No Room on the Shelf for Your Brand Share Home Afternoon Brief Afternoon Brief, October 4Afternoon BriefAfternoon Brief, October 4By Editor – October 4, 2019 237 0 TAGSAgustin Huneeus Jr.Constellation BrandsDan BergerJackson Family WinesRombauer VineyardsSonoma Hills FarmTariffVirginiaWillamette ValleyWine Industry IMPACT Conference Twitter Advertisementcenter_img Subscribe to the Afternoon BriefAdvertisement Linkedin Previous articleEPIC Wine & Spirits Tags Bill Young as Executive Vice President of SalesNext articleNapa’s Barnett Vineyards Launches La Caccia, a New Super Tuscan Wine, and Tasting Room in Tuscany Editor ReddIt Facebook Subscribe to the Afternoon Brieflast_img read more