earningsHuaweipatent licensingQualcomm FCC mulls expanded Huawei, ZTE bans Related Previous ArticleIndosat revenue climbs on strong ARPU gainsNext ArticleChunghwa sets 5G targets, revenue drops Home Qualcomm strikes Huawei patent deal Author Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more Qualcomm put a long-running patent row with Huawei behind it, signing a settlement and long-term licensing deal with the Chinese vendor, as it posted mixed numbers for its fiscal Q3 (30 March to 28 June).During an earnings call, CEO Steve Mollenkopf said the Huawei contract means Qualcomm is “now entering a period where we have multi-year licensing agreements with every major handset OEM”.CFO Akash Palkhiwala said Qualcomm expects to begin receiving royalty revenue from Huawei in the current quarter, including $1.8 billion from a settlement covering back payments from H2 in calendar year 2019.Qualcomm’s previous licensing deal with Huawei expired in June 2019.Inclusive of the Huawei payments, the company forecast revenue of $7.3 billion to $8.1 billion for the current quarter, despite an expected 15 per cent year-on-year drop in handset shipments due to impacts from Covid-19 (coronavirus) and a delay to an unspecified “global 5G flagship phone launch”.The comment appeared to confirm previous reports Apple planned to put off production of new iPhone models expected to be launched later this year.MetricsIn Qualcomm’s fiscal Q3, profit fell from $2.1 billion to $845 million, with revenue of $4.9 billion down from $9.6 billion.However, excluding the impact of a $4.7 billion licensing payment from Apple in fiscal Q3 2019, revenue was flat. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Blog: How is chip shortage affecting US? El fundador de Huawei propugna una transición hacia el software Diana Goovaerts AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore2 30 JUL 2020 Tags Español
This week’s post-Masters edition applauds Augusta National officials for a proactive break from tradition, Ernie Els’ preemptive team building for this year’s Presidents Cup and the PGA Tour’s peculiar compromise for world ranking points at the Tour Championship. Made Cut Prudence prevails. At Augusta National traditions mean everything. From arguably the largest group of people disconnected from the rest of the world via the club’s no cell phone policy, to the ceremonial first tee shots by Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player, the Masters is defined by tradition. But on Sunday, officials drastically broke from convention for all the right reasons. With a thunderstorm approaching and the possibility of a Monday finish looming, officials sent threesomes off the first and 10th tees for the final round for the first time in tournament history. The result was one of the most memorable finishes in Masters history thanks in large part to Tiger Woods. Those traditions are what makes the Masters so special, but it’s decisions like Sunday’s finish that makes the tournament the standard in major championship golf. Golf Central Highlights: Tiger (70) closes out fifth Masters title BY Golf Channel Digital — April 14, 2019 at 2:25 PM Tiger Woods entered the final round of the Masters just two shots off the lead, and thanks to a final-round 70, he walked off Augusta National’s 18th hole with his 15th major title – and first in 11 years. International endeavor. Next week’s field for the Zurich Classic won’t be official until Friday afternoon, but a glance at the run down reveals an intriguing trend that’s no accident. The two-man team event in New Orleans will feature 14 groups with ties to the International Presidents Cup team, including Jason Day playing with Adam Scott and Branden Grace teamed with fellow South African Justin Harding. In fact, six of the top 10 players on the International points list are in next week’s field and paired with a potential partner for this year’s matches in December, just as captain Ernie Els designed it. “We needed to take this opportunity and try some stuff,” Els told GolfChannel.com this week. “We couldn’t do all of them because some of the guys were already paired with other partners. We got a nice couple of groupings going. We’re just trying a couple different options. We’ve already started that process. Even in practice rounds, we’re getting guys playing together and allowing them to get to know each other.” Els, who is also playing next week’s event with one of his assistant captains Trevor Immelman, may not be able to stem the U.S. victory tide at Royal Melbourne, but if he does come up short it won’t be from a lack of trying. Tweet of the week: There were many who took to social media to recognize the greatest comeback of our generation on Sunday but McIlroy’s was noteworthy because of what a green jacket would mean to the Northern Irishman. Even in the grips of ultimate disappointment it was impossible not to appreciate the moment. Made Cut-Did Not Finish (MDF) Finding the point. The new strokes-based format for this year’s Tour Championship will likely take some time for fans and players to embrace, but the World Golf Ranking has finally gotten on board. Well, sort of. The World Ranking board approved a proposal that will award ranking points based on where players would have finished without the new staggered start, which will feature the FedExCup points leader beginning the week at 10 under par followed by the player second on the list at 8 under all the way to No. 30. Had the new format been used last year at East Lake, Woods, who won the event, would have finished second, three strokes behind Justin Rose. This secondary leaderboard will be kept but not published, and World Ranking points will be based on where players would have finished in a normal stroke-play event. The problem with this compromise is that the “one tournament, one leaderboard, one trophy” concept that has been touted by the PGA Tour will now come with a World Ranking asterisk. Schedule snag. This week’s RBC Heritage has arguably its best field ever thanks in large part to RBC’s savvy move of signing a handful of top players (ambassadors) to sponsorship deals, but not every tournament has that luxury. Those who can’t or won’t sway players with sponsorship deals are left to attract fields the old fashioned way and this year’s condensed schedule, which was particularly crowded in the run up to the Masters, proved to be a difficult market. Numerous tournament directors who gathered last week at Augusta National lamented the new reality, with one tournament organizer observing, “something is going to have to give and it’s not getting any easier.” The new schedule was all part of a larger makeover for the Tour to escape football’s long shadow in the fall, which will make the game stronger in the long term. But that notion doesn’t make things any easier for events impacted in the short term. Missed Cut Fifth element. Changes at Augusta National are normally subtle and often go unnoticed, but last week there was one makeover that drew plenty of attention. The fifth hole was lengthened by 40 yards for this year’s Masters, transforming what was already a difficult stop on the outward loop into the week’s most demanding test. No. 5 was the toughest hole last week with a 4.336 stroke average, bumping the 11th hole, which has traditionally been the hardest hole during the tournament, to second, with a 4.247 stroke average. The hole was particularly hard on Woods, who bogeyed it all four days, and when asked his thoughts on the fifth hole Bubba Watson only offered a sheepish grin, “it’s a golf hole.” In golf, even major championship golf, we’ve learned that longer and harder isn’t always better. Augusta National’s fifth hole is certainly longer and harder, but it remains to be seen if it’s better.
Emmick stars as Penfield girls advance to Class AA final added by Paul Cifonelli on March 10, 2021View all posts by Paul Cifonelli →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentAirPhysioThis All-Natural “Lung Cleaning” Device Helps Anyone Breathe EasierAirPhysioUndoTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat InsuranceUndoCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensUndoby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersUndoTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ SplintersUndo”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ SplintersUndo Follow on Facebook Share on Facebook Add to Google+ Print This Post Connect on Linked in Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. By Paul Cifonelli on March 10, 2021No Comment Penfield’s Haley Emmick (20) goes to the basket for two of her 22 points. Gates-Chili’s Terah Echols defends on the play. (Photo: SUE KANE)By PAUL CIFONELLIHaley Emmick carried No. 3 Penfield’s (11-3) offense at different points throughout the game and played lock-down defense to help the Patriots beat No. 2 Gates-Chili (10-4) 60-52 in the Class AA semifinals.Emmick got Penfield going early on offense, scoring 13 of her team’s first 16 points. She finished with a game-best 22 points, but only seven of it came in the second half. Penfield coach Mark Vogt knew that Emmick, the Patriots’ leading scorer at 10.9 points per game, would come through when the team needed her the most.“Big time players play big in the biggest games,” Vogt said. “I’ve been around 27 years and you don’t win the big games if your best player doesn’t have a very good game. She’s just consistent. She’s been that way for four years.”VIEW MORE SUE KANE PHOTOS HERE. On defense, Emmick held Oakland University commit Miriam Ibezim to eight points, with six of those points coming in the final frame. Ibezim averaged 21.9 points entering the contest and was slowed down due to Penfield jamming up the lane.“Haley is our leader and our best defensive player,” Vogt said. “Whether it’s a point guard or a post, we put her on the best player. What we wanted to do, because Ibezim is so tough, is really pack it in and on every catch we were running two down, so we were tripling down. She did a nice job of getting the ball out, but sometimes we forced her into a quicker shot.”Penfield won the game in the fourth quarter by outscoring Gates-Chili 25-15 in the last eight minutes. This scoring outburst included a 14-for-18 showing from the free throw line, with Emma Blumenstock going 6-for-8 with a made triple.“We’re good foul shooters,” Vogt said. “Emma Blumenstock is a tremendous floor general and at the end of the game she wants the ball and she’s going to knock them down.”Before the final free throws were made, it was a back-and-forth affair consisting of 13 lead lead changes and 10 ties. Both teams held slim leads throughout, with nobody taking a lead larger than eight in the first three quarters. Subscribe by Email This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Emmick’s 22 points represented the only Penfield player in double figures, but Blumenstock and Elisa Faklaris backed her up with nine points apiece. Eva Elliot netted eight points and Kennedy Cone scored seven. Grace Alexander (3) and Jackie Funk (2) rounded out Penfield’s scoring.Paris Anthony led Gates-Chili with 15 points, but she played limited minutes in the second half due to foul trouble then fouled out with her team down 54-48 with 1:26 left in the game. Terah Echols added 14 points for the Spartans, including eight in the team’s 20-point second quarter. Maylee Kerns scored nine points, all in the first half, Ibezim had eight and Emily McManus contributed six second-half points.Penfield advances to face No. 1 Bishop Kearney on Friday at 7 p.m. This is a rematch of last year’s sectional final, which the Kings won 54-44. Despite this, Vogt knows this is a new year, and one in which the team’s haven’t matched up before.“They’re a different team and we’re a different team,” Vogt said. “We expect their best and they’re going to get our best.” Emmick stars as Penfield girls advance to Class AA final
Malcolm Wilson (left) and Richard Cawston By Alex Lennane 18/09/2017 Mr Cawston has been with ND and XPO for 13 years, most recently as MD supply chain for the UK and Ireland.Mr Cooper said: “Malcolm is uniquely qualified to lead XPO Logistics Europe. He’s a high-impact executive with a talent for getting results.“Malcolm’s 23 years in the logistics industry include a decade at the helm of our multinational supply chain business in Europe. He has longstanding working relationships with our two divisional managing directors, Luis Gomez and Richard Cawston, making this a seamless transition for our transport and supply chain customers.” XPO Logistics has appointed Malcolm Wilson as CEO of its Europe division.He has been promoted from managing director, supply chain Europe, a position that will be filled by Richard Cawston.Mr Wilson replaces Troy Cooper, CEO since 2015, and will continue as global chief operating officer for XPO.Mr Wilson has headed supply chain and logistics for XPO Europe since it bought Norbert Dentressangle in 2015, holding the same role with the French company. He is also now president of XPO Logistics Europe’s board.
Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party For Whom The Bell Rings Share In the state of Georgia, it’s illegal to openly drink alcohol in public places. That’s unless local laws say otherwise.The city of Roswell is looking to amend its city ordinance to allow the public to drink outside in its downtown district.City spokeswoman Julie Brechbill says legalizing outside consumption there would make it easier for police officers when thousands gather downtown for spring festivals like Alive After 5. “What we were seeing was people were actually carrying alcohol beverages out of the restaurants and that is against our ordinance,” Brechbill says. “So I think the police department wanted to come forward and say, let’s have this designated area so that we don’t have to stop and ticket people.”The ordinance limits people to one drink per person, and it must be less than 16 ounces in a paper or plastic cup.City Council members will discuss the proposed ordinance Monday night. Add to My List In My List Related Stories
Everyone without a doubt goes through changes in their lives whether it is a physical state of literal ageing, or a mental state of emotional maturity, or regression in some cases. They all nonetheless signify change, yet some of us seem to embrace it better than others.Acceptance requires being free of judgment. The reason we are unable to get over things is that we are still judging what happened. What happened happened. It’s in the past. Your judgments about it continue to keep it present and impact your future.Now you may be thinking, “What happened was awful – I cannot imagine accepting it!” Acceptance does not mean you condone or agree; but rather that you are removing the charge you have on it by judging it. When you accept, you move out of victim consciousness and empower yourself with the freedom of forgiveness.It’s not the reality that’s important, but rather, how you perceive your reality. Being able to control how you look at things is the key to breaking free, and starting over again. Shaping your perception is so powerful that just a small change in perspective can completely change everything–from your motivation, outlook, and self-esteem to your limitationsRewind your outlook and bring your energy and motivation back to when life was still full of dreams and possibilities. But, this time, actually start to achieve them.
Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! SIGN UP Email* Horse Sport Enews We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. More from Horse Sport:Christilot Boylen Retires From Team SportAfter an exemplary career as one of Canada’s top Dressage riders, seven-time Olympian Christilot Boylen has announced her retirement from team competition.2020 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair CancelledFor only the second time in its history, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has been cancelled but plans are being made for some virtual competitions.Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Statement on 2020 EventAs the Province of Ontario starts to reopen, The Royal’s Board and staff will adhere to all recommendations put forward by government and health officials.Government Financial Assistance for Ontario FarmersOntario Equestrian has recently released this update of several financial assistance packages available, including those for farm business. Four of six Dutch horses offered for sale by the Showjumping Fund of the Netherlands (SFN) in an online auction have been sold. Surprisingly, the highest-profile horse of the lot, SFN Zenith N.O.P., ridden to seventh place individually at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games by Jeroen Dubbeldam, was not one of them.SFN did not feel Zenith’s true value was reflected in the five bids he received, considering his stellar record under Dubbeldam: 2015 FEI European Championship team and individual gold; 2014 World Equestrian Games individual gold; 2014 Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final team gold. As such, SFN will retain ownership of the 12-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding by Rash R. A statement released by the group said:“The management of the SFN represents the interest of the shareholders and decided to place the last bid of €850,000 [$948,582 at current exchange rates] for SFN Zenith N.O.P. Thus, the SFN has repurchased this horse. This is because the management determined that the expected value of this horse, as was determined in advance by experts, is not in accordance with the bids. The next time the management will focus on the private sale of SFN Zenith N.O.P.“During the auction, there appeared on the Dutch side little or no interest to preserve Dutch ownership of horses for the exceptionally high level of the sport. This once again underlines the importance of an institution like the SFN. We are even more grateful to our shareholders for the support they want to give in the last few years to Dutch jumping.”The SFN, whose mission is to purchase and develop top class horses for their international show jumpers, conducted the sale on September 21st through BVA Auctions in the Netherlands. Also available for sale were:Aquila SFNThe 11-year-old gelding by Ovidius, who was competed by Wout-Jan van der Schans, was the top-selling horse, going to France for €750.000 ($836,847) after five bids.Ferrari SFNThe six-year-old stallion by Thunder van de Zuuthoeve, ridden by Hester Klompmaker, sold to Belgium for €165.000 ($184,121) after 10 bids.Djumpsina SFNThe eight-year-old mare by Zürich, ridden by Gerco Schröder, went to Belgium’s Jos Lansink for €90.000 ($100,431) after three bids.Elmoa’s Blue SFNThe seven-year-old stallion by Mr. Blue was repurchased by SFN for €70.000 ($78,112) after two bids, and will continue to be ridden by Wout-Jan van der Schans.Chuck Blue SFNNo bids were made on the nine-year-old stallion by Mr. Blue, ridden by Niels Knape, out of Emile Hendrix’s stable. Negotiations are ongoing.The SFN release noted that: “Aquila SFN goes to a reputable French rider. Ferrari SFN was sold to a famous Belgian jumping stable. Djumpsina SFN moved to Jos Lansink. Eloma’s Blue SFN was purchased by the successor of the SFN, SFN II. [And Wout-Jan van der Schans] will continue to show Eloma’s Blue SFN.Moving forward, the fund will be referred to as SFN II and will continue to acquire and train horses under this unique format whereby a group of leading horse dealers and trainers, including Emile Hendrix, Willy van der Ham, Egbert Schep, Teus van den Brink and Johan Heins, must all agree unanimously on the potential of a horse before it is purchased. Tags: SFN, SFN Zenith N.O.P., SFN Zenith, Showjumping Fund of the Netherlands,
Job Summary:To provide managerial and general office support to thedepartment Chair. Provide support to Occupational Therapy (OT)faculty as directed by department Chair. Coordinate the activities,anticipate the needs of the program and recommend and initiatepolicies and procedures to enhance the efficiency and effectivenessof the program and to implement the Chair’s decisions. Carries outrequirements of position with an exceptional level of independence,requiring little to no direct supervision. Demonstrates a very highlevel of discretion and good judgment both in sensitive orconfidential matters, as well as in decisions on when to consultChair before taking action.Job Duties and Accountabilities:An Asterisk (*) denotes an “essential job function”for ADA purposes.75% – Provide managerial and office support to thedepartment chair, faculty, and studentsDepartment, Chair, and Faculty Support:*Handle routine telephone and e-mail communication. *Open, identify, route and delegate or answer mail addressed tothe program or to the Chair as needed. Maintain calendar for the Chair, as requested*Maintain master departmental schedule/calendar. *Initiate independent action relative to written communicationsincluding but not limited to memos, correspondence, requests forsupplies, and forms.*Initiates Independent letters to accreditation agency to beforwarded to the Chair for review. *Attend and act as recorder at program meetings. Independentlyconfirm with all OT faculty that action items have been completed,including Chair.*Manage program budget including generation of requests fordisbursement, requisitions, purchase orders, and other suchmaterial as needed. Track and report to Chair any over-budgetitems.Assist faculty and students with reimbursement submissions asneeded.*Develop, maintain and keep current program database and filesfor the director and OT faculty, including internal studentfiles.*Initiate MOT course schedule and revise with all facultyinput.*Liaison with college facilities personnel for scheduling ofclassrooms, meetings and related services, and college purchasingpersonnel in procuring and maintaining supplies and equipment forthe program and distribution of supplies to appropriatefaculty.*Will complete the on-line room scheduling for all classroomsand will work with faculty to resolve room scheduling preferencesand problems.*Initiate, design, implement and coordinate all departmentadministrative and extracurricular activities.Assist faculty with preparation of course materials.*Provide training to faculty on use of programs new to thefaculty.*Fully manage all departmental duties during the summer monthswhile the Department Chair is away. Will inform Department Chair ofpressing matters and will collaborate in their completion.*Will work with the faculty of record for both on-campusclinics to secure materials needed (including parking tickets),communication with all clients as needed, and assure the smoothcoordination of client care.*Assist in maintaining clean department spaces includingoffice, entrance, conference room, and copy room.*Keeps copy room supplied of paper, toner, and other tools forfaculty use.* Make all calls for repair or maintenance of copy roomequipment.*Refer students as necessary to proper resources for identifiedproblems*Respond to all applicant calls and e-mails to the departmentand direct calls as needed.*Interview, hire and manage all OT work-study students.Assist in management of any on-line or distance learningclasses (as required by accreditation standards for the OTDprogram).*As directed by Chair, assist in compiling/researchinginformation and statistics for program maintenance or growth (i.e.accreditation-related reporting)Manages work-study student(s)5% – FieldworkAssist Fieldwork Level I and II coordinators as directedby chair10% – Interviews*Following the Interview Committee Chair’s recommendations forforms and scheduling, will prepare all needed materials for theinterview dates, will invite all qualified applicants andcommunicate as needed with applicants and will organize andimplement the entire applicant interview process for the OTDepartment, under the direction of the Interview Committee Chair,Admissions representative and the Chair of OT. Liaison with Officeof Admissions department to support admissions asneeded. *Assist faculty search committees with interview process forpotential faculty by arranging interviews, preparation of packetsfor committees, coordination of presentation by applicant, viapreparation and distribution of materials, make room arrangementsand/or setup digital meetings.10% – Other duties as assignedSkills and Abilities:Ability to carry out instructionsAbility to perform basic mathematical calculations, includingfractions, decimals and percentagesAbility to read and produce memos and correspondence in aclear concise mannerAbility to organize and prioritize work loadAbility to complete work/project in a busy workenvironmentExcellent communication skills and ability to effectively andquickly organize thoughts and communicate clearly with faculty,students and publicSkilled in typing and word processingExtensive computer experience on Windows platform with Word,Excel, Access and other related softwareEducation and/or Experience:High school diploma required, Bachelor’s degree preferredMinimum of three years of experience as administrative supportin a fast-paced, multi-task environment requiring a high degree ofaccuracy and independent activity, preferredPhysical Requirements: Ability to lift twenty pounds, carry, push, pull, kneel, stoop,bend, climb stairs and standAbility to accomplish office tasks – make copies, travel oncampus for departmental events and support, file, mail documents,assist with events set up and oversight, and other office workAbility to exchange information with faculty, staff, students,and publicThe University has an institution-wide commitment todiversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming andsupportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is aneducational imperative to achieve excellence.
Impressive Benjamin Buric stunned Lomza Vive Kielce! EHF CL: Meshkov, PSG and Telekom Veszprem cruised to QF EHF CL: Aalborg, Kiel and Nantes reach quater-finals Recommended for you Related Items:EHF Champions League, RK Vardar Skopje ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsRK Vardar Skopje left wing, Timur Dibirov, believes that his team will stay among the best teams in Europe. The 34-years old flying Russian talked for Balkan-Handball.com just after winning the SEHA Gazprom League trophy in Skopje, about future after “era of Raul Gonzales”:– I do not agree, you know why? The most important thing Raul did was to make a machine from this club, an institution that can work without him, without Arpad, me, other players. Raul leaves, we know what coach we are talking about, but this machine just needs to continue working, working, working. I do not expect that Vardar will be weaker. We will go up, we want to continue. We all say that Kiel or Barcelona are institutions. While we have such support from the State, fans, the entire Balkans, why not? – said Dibirov and confirmed that his plans are linked with staying in Skopje in team which won’t be “Russian” as media writing:– Yes. Why a lot of Russian? That’s all speculation, that’s not true. Now, we are just like Serbs or Croats. Nevertheless, whether in Vardar one Russian player, three, the only important thing is result. So, we can talk about Spaniards and others. My plan is to help the club every day, and if the club has confidence in me, I will be happy to work this job for many years here – concluded Dibirov.Arpad Sterbik (RK Vardar), Mijailo Marsenic (Fuchse Berlin), Luka Cindric (PGE Vive Kielce), coach Raul Gonzales (PSG Handball) will leave Skopje at the end of the season. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Click to comment
Stagecoach in South Wales has shared kind messages and appreciation it has received from communities across South Wales.It includes signs giving thanks to key workers from two young girls whose uncle works as a bus driver in Stagecoach Aberdare depot. The girls showed their signs as he drove past on his shift.One four-year-old has been making hand sanitiser at home and handing it to drivers as he catches the bus.A pair of young boys dressed up as their fathers – who work as bus drivers for Stagecoach in South Wales – for National Superhero Day.All the children were spent special ‘goody bags’ by Stagecoach for their support in lifting staff spirits.Meanwhile, pictures of buses and rainbows have flooded Stagecoach’s depots. Messages from key workers have been shared on the Stagecoach Wales Twitter profile, including from staff at hospitals and care homes. Cakes have been sent to depots as a thank you for keeping services running.The pictures and messages are now displayed on the staff intranet and in the depots as well as across Twitter, which continues to help raise spirits during the ongoing public health emergency.Managing Director for Stagecoach in South Wales Nigel Winter says: “We are extremely grateful for all the supportive messages we have received from the public during the pandemic.“The kind gestures reinforce how important we are to the local communities and how buses continue to play a vital role in the country’s long-term recovery.”