the British brexit-vote could cost the country's economy tens of billions of euros.That the third research institute of CEBR's business leader survey participated companies have either postponed or cancelled investment to Britain after the vote.most of the arguments were plans to amend the pounds weakness or inflation in the expected to accelerate the.the Research estimates that the lost investment, the total value could rise to up to 75 billion.
in October 2016 with the completion of the Finavia board according to the report, including derivative contracts related to the powers and reporting relationships, as well as their practices have been in Finavia in 2011, incomplete.powers and reporting relations of definition and the process of ensuring the functioning of the stock in the company are the ceo's key tasks.finavia's general meeting of shareholders required by the company from the new government in 31.5.2016, that the government still carefully measures assess and decide on potential action for damages, the initiation of the related damage, for which the company incurred in 2011, entered into derivative contracts.the annual general meeting in accordance with the mandate of Finavia, the government made clear yet again the company's derivative losses related to liability issues.a Careful study on the basis of the company's board of directors present unanimously by the annual general meeting decide that the company is seeking court action in damages from the former ceo from Sam aspen salolta.according to the Survey by Finavia in 2011, served as the government has issued instructions to the then leads to take care of the company's management as to the appropriateness and control.
the Union and Danske Bank survey commissioned by the graduates you hope to come from work to jobs, security and relevance.Young people worried about permanent employment is found.plans does not dare to do, if the future does not feel secure."Job relevance is an important role.the Relevance of the form, above all, opportunities to develop and influence their work, but also of helping others", Danske bank's business development director Rami Tättilä said."newly graduated life seems to meet the balance and well-being finding professionally as well as economically.
the number of Employed persons growth slowed and the unemployment rate rose slightly in December in the united states.the non-farm number of employed persons grew in the united states in December, 156 000, the U.s. labor department report.the Growth was lower than expected, as the newspaper The Wall Street Journal survey, economists on average had expected the number of employed persons increase to 183 000 persons.Jobs growth slowed in December, as in November's non-farm number of employed increased by 204 000 persons.the U.s. unemployment rate in December was 4.7 percent.the unemployment rate rose slightly in November to 4.6%.
the economic survey asked the Finnish Grocery trade association:no by nearly 2 to 100 consumer assessment of what strength beer, cider and tendrils consumers to buy preferably in the grocery trade.the respondents were all of age, because their age ranged from 18-79 years.the most Surprising information concerning cider and tendrils, which the Finnish consumers are really not particularly interested, because cider would not buy at all, 49% of respondents and tendrils already more than half, or 51% of the respondents.Still, as much as 26% of the respondents reported that did not buy beer at the store.Stronger oluitakaan don't want to really buy from the store, for now, alko of purchased a 5.0-to 5.5% beer would buy in the supermarket for 37% of the respondents.a Slight 7% of the minority would like to purchase a maximum of 4,7-4,9% beer.
p One in four adults has been diagnosed with a mental illness – but a fifth of people still think "one of the main causes of mental illness is a lack of self-discipline and willpower".A survey conducted by the National Centre of Social Research asked 5,000 adults about their experience of mental health and found that 26 per cent had been diagnosed with a mental illness.A further 18 per cent of adults reported having experienced a mental illness but not having been diagnosed.Women were more likely to have been diagnosed with a common mental health disorder – 31 per cent of women compared to 17 per cent of men.The most common diagnosis was depression, with 19 per cent of people surveyed saying they had been diagnosed with the condition.Other common diagnoses were anxiety, phobias and OCD, with bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and eating disorders categorised as "serious conditions".
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western car Tommi Köninki suggest that if the car tax would be decided to remove the minister of transport and communications Anne berner in its presentation and in accordance with the motorist enters the vehicle, the use of the payment world, in the car, the remaining car tax will be able to get back.Practice Köninki suggest already a working system, i.e., how the tax is returned to the car from the country of export in connection with the so-called export refund procedure.export the recovery procedure, the tax is returned to the amount that the car has tax remaining – ie, the car, the fair value is assessed, and tax refunded emission tax rate according to amount.berner's ministry of the fairway on the tax returns a lot of talking, but only briefly, that the car trade continuity is this year somehow be secured, if the car tax will be completely removed next year.Debt should be more than the car value"Consumers' wealth is in these car tax in however, billion – and a large part of it is financed by debt", Köninki said.
in the Previous several perceive culture to be a part of citizens ' basic services, told the membership of Specific areas of the association by the query.according to the Survey, this view is shared by 82% of respondents, while two years ago the corresponding figure was 71 percent.more Than 80 per cent of the respondents hope the municipal contribution to the library, museums and cultural services.Kantar TNS:no implement of the internet questionnaire responded to in January more than a thousand people.the margin of Error is 2.9 percentage points in either direction.
the Finnish Transport safety agency Trafi is planning a more rigorous inspection policies, which would mean that in the future more and more of the car might reject repair call instead.auto union, according to the strict would not have essential significance for traffic safety.Tightening would only cause the federation considers unnecessary costs.If trafi's proposal is realized, the rejection would lead to, for example, non-functional license plate light or headlight."the Bulb can return to the testing hall door in when driving.Or it can return immediately after survey.
the Helsinki education department survey has revealed that nine employee has had the former data manager Hannu suoniemi in addition to the work of the unrelated equipment, which has acquired tax money.the education manager Liisa pohjolainen says that such devices have had at least a television, cameras and speakers, Tivi tell."I can't take a position on whether this was a general way, in any case, it is not the city's instructions and relevant activities", Pohjolainen said.the base types, there is no certainty whether the present use cases a direct link to the former data manager of the criminal suspect.however, They were revealed in the investigations, which were initiated criminal suspect.
the highest trained of unemployment turned last year at the end of the decline.the membership of the unemployment survey, for example engineers and business administration graduates, the employment situation improved, while the master of law, unemployment increased.at the end of February a higher education were unemployed had a total of 47 071, a decline from last year was 4.5%.the Engineers were unemployed, 10.2 percent last year, fewer graduates are 6.3% less, master of philosophy (hum.)2.6% less, and diploma-engineers 9.2% less than in the previous year.the number of Unemployed persons increased further legal science master's degree for which had unemployment of 14.7 percent over last year.
employee organisations SAK's industrial policy expert Sauli Hievanen told me he was worried about Finland and the rest of Europe between the relative distance.Hievanen tells about his views on SAK's website."Finland needs a number of electoral-scale infrastructure program, which will improve with our accessibility", Hievanen to write.Finland's relative distance to the rest of Europe growing according to him, neighbouring countries with large investments in fast and the remote connections."even Though Sweden, Denmark and Norway are practically closed to the European continent, they are investing heavily in international train connections to accelerate", Hievanen said.SAK was involved in the infrastructure survey, which survey the various industries of the future needs of the transport corridors.
the Consumer ombudsman, the consumer association and the edps in favour of a model where phone sales would require the consumer's prior consent.Today, the phone sales have to stop separately.Competition and consumer authority (FCCA) according to the study, also three of the four Finnish support to telephone sales of the licensed product.Almost half of the respondents said that they had received inadequate or misleading information to telemarketers.more Than a third told me she was afraid that the phone seller cheat them.the FCCA's survey respondents, there was over a thousand consumers.
Financial scams is becoming more complex and less identifiable, and they do not decrease – on the contrary, the scams will be more rapid terminal connection rate.the Aalto university school of economics professor of finance Puttonen wrote together washingtonians counterparts, the American university professor H. Kent Baker, with more than 400-page book I: Investment Traps Exposed – Navigating Investor Mistakes and Behavioral Biases.the Book came in last week for sale on Amazon.'s.in Finland, according to records from, among other things, Wincapita and nordea of ten percent minus the financial crisis sunk into the ”low-risk” short-term funds.from the World Puttonen chose the Bernie Madoff pyramid scheme.wincapita to fall to the finns, with the level of education and mathematical knowledge are in the Pisa-survey in the light of the world”, Puttonen said.
The system can process 90 million instructions per second at less than 40 watts.That means the system uses less power than Nvidia s competing Drive PX2 computer, which consumes nearly 250 watts, according to CNET s Road Show blog.The system first started shipping in September of last year, and is now widely available to the whole automotive industry.Next level computers like the BlueBox and Nvidia s Drive PX2 provide far more computing power than ADAS processors, so they can process mountains of data from a large number of sensors in real time for instant decision-making.The introduction of this computer is a major step on the road to getting self-driving cars all over the road, which could happen sooner rather than later.John Greenough, senior research analyst for BI Intelligence, has compiled a detailed report on self-driving cars that examines the major strides automakers and tech companies have made to overcome the barriers currently preventing fully autonomous cars from hitting the market.Further, the report examines global survey results showing where fully autonomous cars are highly desired.Here are some key takeaways from the report:Three barriers have been preventing fully autonomous cars from hitting the road: 1 high technological component prices; 2 varying degrees of consumer trust in the technology; and 3 relatively nonexistent regulations.California's regulations stipulate that a fully autonomous car must have a driver behind the wheel at all times, discouraging Google's and Uber's idea of a driverless taxi system.In full, the report:Examines consumer trust in fully autonomous vehiclesIdentifies technological advancements that have been made in the industryAnalyzes the cost of fully autonomous technology and identifies how cost is being reducedExplains the current regulations surrounding fully autonomous carsTo get your copy of this invaluable guide, choose one of these options:Subscribe to an ALL-ACCESS Membership with BI Intelligence and gain immediate access to this report AND over 100 other expertly researched deep-dive reports, subscriptions to all of our daily newsletters, and much more.But however you decide to acquire this report, you ve given yourself a powerful advantage in your understanding of the emerging world of self-driving cars.
The starting salaries also reflect the sums that student developers can earn as summer interns at leading tech companies.According to a crowd-sourced report by Rodney Folz, interns can earn up to $10,400 a month, with an extra $10,000 for relocation and housing costs.Many top companies are reportedly paying between $6,000 a month Amazon and $8,000 a month Facebook , with Google $6.6k/m , Apple $6.7k/m and Microsoft $7.2k/m in-between.To be fair, a significant proportion of student developers - more than 25 percent - only expect to start on $50,000 to $70,000, and almost 20 percent expect less than $50,000 a year.According to Devpost's survey, students identified three key problems with recruiting: lack of information about desirable job opportunities; job applications that don't represent them effectively; and interviews that are stressful and unproductive.Kessler says: "There are plenty of companies who focus on the top schools, in terms of ranking and so on, but I think you're seeing a general opinion among software developers that it's not where you went to school - or, frankly, whether you went to school - but about what you've built, the experience you have, and your passions and personality."
But American voters don t really care, according to a survey from news analytics firm Morning Consult.Forty-seven percent of survey respondents said they were very comfortable or somewhat comfortable with social media networks determining the news that people see on their sites.Fifty-five percent of Democrats and only 42 percent of Republicans were at least somewhat comfortable.If the bias allegations are true — Facebook says they aren t — the social giant s news editors would sometimes suppress articles from conservative outlets in the Trending Topics module, a sort of sidebar where people can see popular stories.Morning ConsultIn the same poll, Republicans were more likely than Democrats — 36 percent to 28 percent — to say the selection of news stories on social media should be determined purely by the level of reader interest.Of course, Facebook s automated process is still constructed and tweaked by humans who ultimately determine which parameters are prioritized.
Photo: SCMP PicturesAustralian scientists have found evidence of a huge asteroid they say slammed into Earth some 3.46 billion years ago – making it the second oldest known to have hit the planet and larger than the one blamed for wiping out the dinosaurs.Andrew Glikson, from the Australian National University s Planetary Institute, said that while the asteroid would have been massive, the exact location of where it hit was not known.The impact would have triggered earthquakes orders of magnitude greater than terrestrial earthquakes, it would have caused huge tsunamis and would have made cliffs crumble, he said in a statement.On Wednesday, Glikson said he and Arthur Hickman from the Geological Survey of Western Australia had found tiny glass beads called spherules, which are formed by vaporised material from an asteroid s impact, in Australia s remote northwest.It dates from 3.46 billion years ago.Tests on the beads found in Western Australia found levels of elements such as platinum, nickel and chromium corresponding with those found in asteroids, according to the scientists paper in Precambrian Research.
This demonstrates why so many people are looking to move to the San Francisco Bay Area, said Andrew Chamberlain, chief economist with Glassdoor.com.Job satisfaction, work-life balance and hiring opportunity are unparalleled compared to anywhere else in the country in the Bay Area, Chamberlain added.The 2016 results demonstrate a huge improvement in the job hiring scores for both the San Jose and the San Francisco areas.The Boston area and the Washington, D.C. metro areas rounded out the top 5.The survey determined that the median base salary in Santa Clara County is $112,000.1 among the top 25 cities that were listed in the survey, every other metro area in the country is a distant second to the South Bay.Santa Clara County s base median salary is 27 percent higher than the San Francisco metro area and 32 percent higher than the Seattle region.The survey created a job score that was calculated from four equally weighted factors: hiring opportunity, cost of living, job satisfaction and work-life balance, said Allison Berry, a Glassdoor spokeswoman.San Jose had the highest score for hiring opportunity, cost of living and job satisfaction, Berry said.Photo: An aerial view of downtown San Jose.
It is claimed 1.5 million users are signing up for the service each month.Android Pay in the UKAndroid Pay 2American Express cards are not supported at launch despite working the US, while NatWest, RBS and Santander accounts are not compatible.The average number of journeys made on London s transport network using mobile devices has increased from 7,500 a day to more than 35,000, with more than 200,000 unique devices used to make trips in the six months leading up to February – an increase of 1,000 devices per day.A survey we carried out revealed 57 percent of Britons don t feel comfortable paying for goods and services through their mobile phones, and 45 percent are concerned about security and fraud.It ll take years not months to build trust in mobile payments among the mainstream and, while the openness of Android as a platform for developers might be a good thing for the user experience, just one data breach or financial hack could destroy all that trust and goodwill – so vigilance is key.Try our quiz!
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