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Nokia cuts more jobs in IT restructure

Nokia cuts more jobs in IT restructure

first_img Alianza sobre IA entre Nokia y Microsoft Steve works across all of Mobile World Live’s channels and played a lead role in the launch and ongoing success of our apps and devices services. He has been a journalist…More Read more Nokia makes AI move with Microsoft Steve Costello Author Español Previous ArticleBoku president and co-founder steps downNext ArticleAT&T eyeing overseas expansion Nokia scores Philippines 5G deal with Ditocenter_img Home Nokia cuts more jobs in IT restructure Tags AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 17 JAN 2013 Related Nokia announced plans to “streamline” its IT organisation, in what was described as “the last anticipated reductions as part of Nokia’s focused strategy announcement of June 2012”.The company is planning to transfer some responsibilities and up to 820 staff to outsourcing companies HCL Technologies and Tata Consultancy Services.It also plans to cut its global IT organisation by up to 300 employees.The majority of the staff affected by the plan are in Nokia’s home country of Finland. It is beginning the process of engaging with employee representatives.The company said that 10,000 jobs would be lost as part of its June 2012 plan.Nokia last week guided that its Q4 2012 results – due next week – are set to show some signs of improvement. FinancialHCL TechnologiesNokiaPeopleTata Consultancy Serviceslast_img read more

John Hunter Nemechek exits Martinsville early; all eyes on Texas race

John Hunter Nemechek exits Martinsville early; all eyes on Texas race

first_imgRELATED: Truck Series Playoff standingsMARTINSVILLE, Va. — John Hunter Nemechek’s path to landing a spot in the Championship 4 just got significantly more difficult.On Lap 36 during Saturday’s playoff race at Martinsville Speedway, Nemechek lost control of his brakes and whacked the wall with the truck’s rear … ultimately ending his day at the Virginia short track.“I don’t really have any emotions right now,” Nemechek said after exiting the race. “It sucks for our team. We had a fast truck. Just lost brakes trying to get into Turn 1. I just never slowed down. Instead of taking a frontal impact, it spun out a little bit.”Nemechek is one of six drivers vying for a spot in the Championship 4 of the Camping World Truck Series Playoffs. Entering the Texas Roadhouse 200, the driver of the No. 8 was tied with veteran Matt Crafton in third place at 3014 points.The 20-year-old will have one more shot at advancing next Friday at Texas — and says he won’t have any issue keeping his head up. All eyes are on one prize.“We’re coming for them,” Nemechek said. “They won’t know what’s going to hit them in Texas.”RELATED: Nemechek looks ahead to Texaslast_img read more

Liberty University extends 12-race sponsorship with Byron through 2021

Liberty University extends 12-race sponsorship with Byron through 2021

first_imgHendrick Motorsports driver William Byron is in the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs for the first time in his career. It appears many more postseason appearances are in store for the rising young star — and through 2021, at least, Liberty University will be along for the ride.Hendrick Motorsports announced Thursday that Liberty University is extending its sponsorship of Byron’s No. 24 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for two years. Liberty’s livery will be the primary sponsor for 12 races in both 2020 and 2021.The 2018 Sunoco Rookie of the Year is 21 years old and a junior at the college, working toward an undergraduate business communications degree via Liberty’s online program.MORE: Current standings“Liberty University has been a big part of my racing career and progression through NASCAR from basically the beginning,” Byron said in a team release. “Their support on and off the track, including with my studies, has been monumental. They’ve been with me through numerous accomplishments, including race wins and championships, and I’m glad we were able to add to that list this season by making it into my first Cup Series playoffs. I’m excited about Liberty being back on board with the No. 24 team, and I look forward to what the future holds for us.”In his first season with seven-time champion Chad Knaus atop the pit box, Byron has logged three top-five finishes and 10 top 10s through 27 races. He currently sits ninth in the standings, with two races remaining in the Round of 16 — the playoff field will be trimmed from 16 drivers to 12 following the race at the Charlotte Road Course on Sept. 29.RELATED: More on ByronByron won seven races in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series in 2016, then followed that with a four-win Xfinity Series campaign in 2017, culminating in winning the series championship in Miami. Liberty sponsored Byron for 17 races that year, including the championship-deciding season finale. The school has sponsored Byron since 2014, when he drove late model stock cars.“We have been by William Byron’s side as he’s risen through the ranks at a young age, and it is an honor to continue to support one of our very own in his career,” said Jerry Falwell, president of Liberty University. “William and Hendrick Motorsports have always been a perfect fit for Liberty University. We share the same values and are committed to the same mission that makes champions on the racetrack and champions in life.”last_img read more

David Bazis named Woodworker of the Year

David Bazis named Woodworker of the Year

first_imgOn March 23 at their Annual Meeting, the Vermont Wood Manufacturers Association (VWMA) honored David Bazis of David Bazis Designs with the 2011 VWMA Woodworker of the Year Award and David Spooner of Spooner Specialties with the 2011 Friend of the Industry Award.  David Bazis currently holds the position of Instructor in the Design and Technology Education department at U-32 High School in Montpelier, VT. David has been instrumental in woodworking education for the next generation woodworkers in Vermont. Bazis has spent countless hours with his students focusing on every design and detail of their woodworking projects. The expertise and encouragement he brings with his woodworking instruction cannot be denied at the VWMAâ s Annual Vermont Woodworking Student Design Competition, as his students’work took award almost every year. David Spooner has been owner of Spooner Specialties, a full-service woodworking tools and accessories shop in Montpelier, VT since 1981. Spooner Specialties has been working with Vermont schools for over 30 years taking care of their needs with woodworking machinery and supplies.  David is a Member of the Specialty Tools & Fasteners Distributors Association (STAFDA) and has assisted the VWMA in soliciting prizes for the Vermont Woodworking Design Competition. Spooner has also contributed prizes for the student level of the Design Competition, as well as other competitions like SKILLS USA, for several years.  The VWMA would like to thank both Davidâ s for their long time commitment to the Woodworking Industry in Vermont!The Vermont Wood Manufacturers Association represents nearly 120 primary and secondary wood product companies and related businesses statewide that employ approximately 6,000 people.  VWMAâ s mission is to support the industry in Vermont and promote its long-term viability by expanding members’presence in the marketplace, ensuring a sustainable supply of raw materials, increasing workforce skill and acting as responsible employers and community member.Caption: David Bazis (left), 2011 VWMA Woodworker of the Year, and VWMA President Mike Rainville at Annual Meeting.last_img read more

Major League Soccer adds Sacramento as 29th team

Major League Soccer adds Sacramento as 29th team

first_img“Major League Soccer continues to grow throughout North America and we are so proud to welcome Sacramento as our newest team,” Commissioner Don Garber said in a release. “For many years, soccer fans in Sacramento have passionately supported Republic FC and shown that the club deserves to be competing at the highest level. Thanks to the determined efforts and commitment of new owners Ron Burkle and Matt Alvarez along with the leadership of Mayor Darren Steinberg, Sacramento will join MLS with a world-class soccer stadium that will transform the sport in California’s capital.”The city currently has only one major league franchise, the NBA’s Kings.  It’s official.🙌 Scarves up. Welcome to the league @SacRepublicFC! #MLS2SAC pic.twitter.com/JdEYCxT82M— Major League Soccer (@MLS) October 21, 2019The franchise will play in a newly built, $300 million stadium in California’s capital city, with Pittsburgh Penguins owner Ron Burkle as its lead investor. Sacramento currently plays in the second-tier USL Championship, where it won the title in its inaugural 2014 season. The club quickly established a devoted fanbase and has long been considered likely to move up to MLS.  Related News Major League Soccer on Monday made official its long-awaited move to award a franchise to Sacramento. Sacramento Republic FC will move to the top tier in 2022, making it the 29th team in a league that has exploded in size over the past decade.  MLS playoff wrap: Wayne Rooney’s DC United career ends with rout; Atlanta keeps title defense alive Congratulations, @SacRepublicFC – @MLS bound and #SacramentoProud! pic.twitter.com/w0Yz4pHQJI— Sacramento Kings (@SacramentoKings) October 21, 2019Sacramento will have a natural rival in the nearby San Jose Earthquakes and brings some geographic balance to MLS’s latest expansion wave. Only one of the last five new franchises awarded has been west of the Mississippi River: Austin FC, which will begin play in 2021. FC Cincinnati became the latest franchise to debut in 2019, and the other newcomers gearing up are Nashville SC (2020), Inter Miami CF (2020) and St. Louis (2022). MLS announced earlier this year it plans to get to 30 franchises, so only one remains to be awarded. Recent speculation has centered on Charlotte, as new Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper has made pursuing an MLS team a priority since taking over in May 2018.last_img read more