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  • The Fans Have Spoken! Readers Name the Best Song From A Chorus Line

    first_img“AT THE BALLET” “ONE” “NOTHING” “ONE (REPRISE) / FINALE” “WHAT I DID FOR LOVE” “OPENING: I HOPE I GET IT” “I CAN DO THAT”center_img View Comments Step, kick, kick, leap, kick, touch, again! In honor of the 40th anniversary of A Chorus Line on July 25, we asked fans to rank their favorite songs from the beloved Broadway musical. From Mike’s upbeat “I Can Do That” to Diana’s emotional “What I Did For Love,” A Chorus Line is packed with so many unforgettable songs, it’s tough to pick favorites. But too bad, life is hard. The results are in—check them out below! “MONTAGE PART 1: HELLO TWELVE, HELLO THIRTEEN, HELLO LOVE” “THE MUSIC AND THE MIRROR” “DANCE: TEN; LOOKS: THREE”last_img read more

  • A layered approach to fraud

    first_img 14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr What we know to be true today is not going to change – and that is growth in fraud and attacks on the payments system are not going away. When attempting to combat fraud, think about layers – of people, technology, and processes that have to be in place to keep up the good fight.Though there continues to be a forecast that card present (CP) fraud will decrease significantly through 2018, we anticipate that card not present (CNP) fraud will continue to grow, with some estimating as much as a 50% increase in incidents. Why?  Well, fraudsters are getting more sophisticated, improving their technology and keeping in step with the security we’re all trying to put in place.I get asked all the time, what about EMV? Wasn’t that supposed to stop CNP fraud? The short answer is yes. We have seen a significant slow-down in fraud with the continued adoption of EMV on both the issuer and merchant side. EMV definitely mitigates CNP fraud and we reap those benefits; the counter to that is that we continue to see more attacks on CNP payment scenarios. continue reading »last_img read more

  • Gold Fields headlines PGA Golf Championship

    first_imgGold Fields Ghana has secured exclusive rights to sponsor this year’s Professional Golfers Association (PGA), of Ghana Golf Championship fixed for December 3- 6.The first ever PGA Championship will be held at the Damang Golf Course, Western Region.According to the Executive Vice President and Head of West Africa Gold Fields, Alfred Baku, the company has been keenly involved in the promotion and development of sports in Ghana over the years.He said this goes beyond their social responsibility in the areas of education, health, water, sanitation, infrastructure, agriculture and agribusiness.He said “ In 2011, Gold Fields Ghana sponsored golf tournaments at the Achimota, Celebrity, and Takoradi Golf clubs therefore, sponsoring the PGA Championship is a delight for us’’.President of PGA Ghana, Bliss Ayivor commended the company for coming on board to sponsor the competition which he hoped will be an annual event.Ayivor said that, PGA Ghana was formed to promote the national and international interests of Professional Golfers in the country while boosting the image and also enhance the skills of members, encourage amateur and junior golfers. He reiterated that, this will stimulate interest in the game of golf and generate an overall appreciation of the game.He said “one of our missions is to promote golf awareness in Ghana, with an eye on the future, to educate Ghanaians about Golf as an alternative sport, and expect that this will open many doors for the Professional and for the country at large’’.Gold Fields Ghana was the headline sponsor of the Black Stars, for the 2006 and 2010 World Cups, as well as the 2008 African Cup of Nations, with approximately US$15 million for the three tournaments.last_img read more

  • Fire at Raven Oilfield Rentals not deemed suspicious, caused by electrical issue

    first_img“There is heavy smoke damage throughout the building, and some of the equipment that was involved had damage as well,” says Chief Truchan.The fire started at approximately 6:30 p.m., and when the Charlie Lake Fire Department arrived on scene, smoke could be seen billowing from almost all the shops bay doors.Approximately 20 firefighters from Charlie Lake and six from Fort St. John attended the scene, and Chief Truchan says once the “seed of the fire” was discovered, the incident was quickly under control.- Advertisement -“There was so much equipment and trucks in the bays, it was like a maze in there,” explains Truchan. “Once we located the vehicles that were involved there, it was very easy to knock it down.”Chief Turchan says luckily nobody was inside the building at the time, and none of the firefighters on scene reported any injuries.The fire is not deemed suspicious but is still under investigation.Advertisementlast_img read more