Rogers Media Inc. Has slashed one third of its digital content and publishing department, laying off 75 full time staff members from legacy titles including Maclean and Chatelaine in the face of widespread challenges in the print media industry.The cuts come amid stagnating profit at Rogers Communications Inc. Media division, which increasingly relies on sports content to make money as advertisers spend less on traditional print and television ads in favour of ads on digital platforms such as Google and Facebook.Non sports media, however, has been on the chopping block.
Hi Caitlin! There have actually been a whole range of control techniques that have been trialled for the control of carp in Australia over the last couple of decades, including trapping, commercial netting, using sex pheremones to attract carp into traps, radio tracking carp to locate their school and enable the school to be targeted, adjusting water levels in wetlands to strand carp, community ‘carp buster’ events, to name a few. The unfortunate reality though, is that despite all these efforts, carp numbers have quadrupled in the Murray Darling river system in the last ten years. Put simply, we need to do something different, and biological control offers promising potential to dramatically reduce carp numbers..
FILE In this June 1, 2017, file photo, a sign stands on the campus of the Aetna headquarters, in Hartford, Conn. Insurers are dropping billions of dollars on acquisitions and expansions as they get more involved in their customers’ health. Late last year, CVS Health announced a roughly $69 billion deal to buy another insurer, Aetna.
USA Today columnist Bill McGee investigated the murky world of recalls and rental cars this past summer. What he found is that agencies generally proactively remove vehicles from their fleets or have them fixed pronto if they been subject to dangerous, high profile recalls to do so could expose them to millions in lawsuits if an accident occurred due to an unfixed recall. Hertz and Avis, among others, have said that coping with recalls has cost their companies millions of dollars this year, because when recalled vehicles are being fixed at dealerships they obviously can be rented out to customers..
“This is the part of India no one in the cities of India really sees,” says Franz Gastler, founder of Yuwa, a non profit organization teaching girls football. Gastler, who hails from Minnesota, started Yuwa in 2009 and added a school for girls in 2015. “Boys just harass girls here.