first_imgQualcomm said it will benefit from the rise of 5G networks and handsets. One of its 5G modem chips is included in Apple‘s iPhone 12, the first iPhone to include 5G capabilities. Qualcomm added Wednesday that it expects about 200 million smartphones with 5G to be shipped in 2020, and about 500 million 5G smartphones to be shipped in 2021. The company also provided guidance for its fiscal first-quarter ending in December. It said it expects revenue between $7.8 billion and $8.6 billion, and adjusted EPS between $1.95 and $2.15.“With global smartphone volumes steadily recovering, Qualcomm is well-positioned to benefit from the long-term 5G investment cycle and we anticipate strong earnings through F2022 and beyond,” Canaccord Genuity analysts wrote in a note Wednesday. The firm raised its price target to $175 from $150.- Advertisement – Shares of Qualcomm extended their double-digit gain into Thursday morning after the company posted strong fourth quarter finances that exceeded Wall Street’s expectations.The company’s stock was up more than 14%.“We believe the stars are aligning for Qualcomm, with a multi-year global 5G cycle starting to ramp, the full benefit of royalties from all major OEMs increases in semiconductor content and pricing, and technology leadership,” Bank of America analysts wrote in a note Thursday. OEMs are original equipment manufacturers. The analysts raised their price target to $180 from $165.- Advertisement – A Qualcomm sign is seen at the second China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai, China November 6, 2019. REUTERS/Aly SongAly Song | Reuters – Advertisement –center_img Qualcomm reported $1.45 adjusted earnings per share on adjusted revenue of $6.5 billion, compared to Wall Street’s estimated $1.17 earnings per share on revenue of $5.93 billion.— CNBC’s Michael Bloom contributed to this report.Subscribe to CNBC PRO for access to the livestream of CNBC’s continuous election and business news coverage. – Advertisement –last_img

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first_img the planning of the work and actions of those involved the training and competence of those involved the management of the condition and use of trolleys on the railway any underlying management factors Our investigation is independent of any investigation by the railway industry, or by the industry’s regulator, the Office of Rail and Road.We will publish our findings, including any recommendations to improve safety, at the conclusion of our investigation. This report will be available on our website.You can subscribe to automated emails notifying you when we publish our reports. This item has been moved to the National Archives as RAIB has published its report describing this incident. See report 18/2018.,At around 11:15 hours on Thursday 15 March 2018, a group of track workers were working in a possession on the East Lancashire Railway north of Ramsbottom station. They were using an un-braked trolley to transport ballast over the prevailing gradient in that area, which is between 1:264 and 1:140. In order to prevent it running away while being loaded, pieces of ballast were used as improvised scotches.After being loaded with approximately 0.5 tonnes of ballast, the improvised scotches were removed and three members of the team began to move the trolley southwards, downhill towards Ramsbottom station. Shortly after this the trolley began to run away and the track workers were unable to stop it.The trolley continued south until the level crossing immediately north of the station. The wooden gates at the crossing were closed across the railway allowing road traffic to pass. The trolley struck the gates and derailed, damaging and displacing one of the gates into the road and spilling ballast onto the road. Although the road was open to traffic no one was injured.The RAIB’s investigation will determine the sequence of events and include consideration of:last_img

first_imgToday, Gregg Allman’s final album, Southern Blood, was posthumously released. The album was recorded as the iconic Allman Brothers Band co-founder’s health began to decline. Mostly featuring covers that resonated with Allman during this time, a sense of finality permeates Allman’s final album. Coinciding with Southern Blood‘s official release, today, the Gregg Allman camp also released an official music video for one of the songs off the album—a cover of Willie Dixon’s “I Love The Life I Live.” The song itself is a reassurance to fans, with “I Love The Life I Live” confirming that Allman was content with the way his life had gone and that he had enjoyed the ride.Gregg Allman’s Actual Blood Was Used To Paint Album Art For Posthumous LP ‘Southern Blood’In the music video for “I Love The Life I Live,” viewers get a glimpse into the recording process for Allman’s final album. Featuring clips of Gregg Allman in the studio as well as older footage from across Allman’s life on the road, the video is a nostalgic glance at the legendary musician’s life. Paired with the song itself and Allman singing “I live the life I love, and I love the life I live,” the video is triumphant, focusing on the high points of Allman’s life and the many people he shared those moments with. You can check out the video for Gregg Allman’s cover of Willie Dixon’s “I Love The Life I Live” below.last_img

first_imgEvery June for as long as I can remember I have participated in Pride Festivals across the United States. From Minneapolis, to Nashville, to San Francisco, to Winston Salem, the message is ALWAYS the same: LOVE is LOVE. It’s really a simple thought. Love is Love. A man and a woman, and man and a man, a woman and a woman. Sometimes the turnout varies in size at these events, but the message is always the same: Love is Love. So in order to help learn how to be a better Ally, here are just a few tips I’ve picked up along the way.1.) Be willing to listen. Not just hear words, but really listen. This one took me a long time to learn, but it has made a tremendous difference. My wife tells me all the time that I would try to offer solutions to problems that I’ve created. Meaning, when she is venting to me about her day, instead of listening, I would offer solutions. She wasn’t looking for solutions, she was looking for someone to listen. Be ready to just listen.2.) Be prepared to have your sense of what is right and what is wrong challenged.I was lucky in that I grew up in a home that supported and encouraged my siblings and me to be ourselves. My aunt to this day, tells us to “be and become the best of whom we are meant to be”. It’s not easy, but growing up and learning to unlearn discrimination is possible.3.) Educate yourself on issues the community is facing.A question I hear a lot from my friends is WHY do we need a whole month dedicated to a sexual orientation? The answer is to remind ourselves that not everyone has it has easy as we do. There are issues big and small that the LGBTQ community faces daily. Issues that include worrying about what pictures you display on your desk (there are still 28 states in which you can be fired just for being gay – not to mention many countries where being gay is illegal and punishable by death), to being limited to which bakeries you can buy your wedding cakes at.4.) Be prepared to defend against discrimination.As an Ally, you may face SOME of the same bigotry and hatred that the LGBTQ community faces. Be ready to speak up. No one can change the world alone, but we can all do our part to make a difference. People face racism, bigotry, and sexism everyday. An Ally should not just be an Ally for LGBTQ rights, but should be an Ally for HUMAN rights.5.) Treat others as you would want to be treated. The golden rule. So simple, and yet, so often forgotten.I shouldn’t be on this planet. No, really. I shouldn’t be here. Let me explain. My grandmother was a Holocaust survivor. I say survivor and truly mean survivor. At the age of 11, her family was put on a train to the Treblinka death camp and exterminated. She, along with her brother, was able to escape and survive the remaining years of the war due to the kindness, love, and bravery of others. If others didn’t step up to fight against what they believed was wrong, my grandma wouldn’t have survived. Which means my mother wouldn’t be alive, which means I wouldn’t be here. So even though the fight for equality is not being waged by any one group, there are still serious risks involved. LGBTQ persons have suicide rates that are much higher than average. Homelessness and shame are rampant among the LGBTQ youth. It’s too important of an issue to do nothing. So do something. #BeYourselflast_img

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