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KEMP, Texas, Dec. 07, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Industrial lighting leader, Larson Electronics LLC, has released a 50-watt LED dock light designed to illuminate trailers, delivery bays and other loading environments. This light produces 4,500 lumens and is mounted to an adjustable 40-inch arm that offers vertical and horizontal flexibility.The WAL-DL-40-10L-CPR from Larson Electronics is an LED loading dock light equipped with one 50-watt LED bulb that provides 4,500 lumens of illumination. The lamp operates on 100-277V AC and is constructed of sturdy die-cast aluminum with a powder coating and an acrylic, shatter-resistant lens. A cage protects the lamp from rough contact.
The light is mounted onto the end of the 14-gauge square steel adjustable arm mount. The arm mount can be surface, or wall mounted via 4 screw holes and consists of two arm sections. The first section moves vertically, and the second section offers horizontal adjustment. The WAL-DL-40-10L-CPR is IP65 waterproof and suitable for non-corrosive, outdoor environments.
“*This light is perfect for industrial loading environments that require efficient illumination for safe operations*,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “Loading bay and dock operations often run past normal daylight hours, so it’s nice having a couple of these lights around the area.”
*About Larson Electronics LLC: *Larson Electronics LLC is a manufacturer of industrial lighting equipment and accessories. The company offers an extensive catalog of industry-grade lighting and power distribution products for the following sectors: manufacturing, construction, food processing, oil and gas, military, marine and automobile. Customers can benefit from the company’s hands-on, customized approach to lighting solutions. Larson Electronics provides expedited service for quotes, customer support and shipments.
*For further information, please contact:*
Rob Bresnahan, *President and CEO
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Mettawa, IL, Dec. 07, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Brunswick Corporation (NYSE: BC) announced today that Lauren Patricia Flaherty has been elected to serve as a member of its board of directors.
Flaherty, 60, most recently was the chief marketing officer and executive vice president of CA Technologies, which was acquired by Broadcom in November 2018. During her five-year tenure there, Flaherty directed a number of initiatives including a global effort to recast the company’s reputation and positioning, and restructured marketing to enable the company’s first digital go-to-market execution model. An experienced leader, Flaherty has served a diverse profile of companies and global technology leaders, including Juniper Networks, where from 2009 – 2013 she served as chief marketing officer and executive vice president. Prior to that assignment, Flaherty spent two years as chief marketing officer for Nortel Networks.
Flaherty began her career with IBM, where she remained for 25 years. Among other assignments she held during her time with IBM were senior executive roles in the company’s corporate marketing, Software and Systems Business Units and Latin America. She also was a member of the IBM chief executive officer senior leadership team. In addition, Flaherty previously had served as an independent director of Xactly Corporation.
“We welcome Lauren to our board of directors,” said Brunswick Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mark Schwabero. “Going forward, we will value her counsel as Brunswick continues to grow and capitalize on opportunities in the global marine markets.”
Flaherty earned her baccalaureate degree from Syracuse University.
With the addition of Flaherty, the total number of members of the Brunswick Board of Directors increases to 12, 11 of which are independent.
Headquartered in Mettawa, Ill., Brunswick Corporation’s leading consumer brands include Mercury Marine outboard engines; Mercury MerCruiser sterndrive and inboard packages; Mercury global parts and accessories including propellers, and SmartCraft electronics; Power Products Integrated Solutions; MotorGuide trolling motors; Attwood, Garelick and Whale marine parts; Land ’N’ Sea, BLA, Payne’s Marine, Kellogg Marine & Lankhorst Taselaar marine parts distribution; and Mercury and Quicksilver parts and oils; Bayliner, Boston Whaler, Brunswick Commercial and Government Products, Crestliner, Cypress Cay, Harris, Lowe, Lund, Princecraft, Quicksilver, Rayglass, Sea Ray, Thunder Jet and Uttern boats; Life Fitness, Hammer Strength, Cybex, Indoor Cycling Group and SCIFIT fitness equipment; and Brunswick billiards tables, accessories and game room furniture. For more information, visit http://www.brunswick.com.
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NEW YORK, Dec. 07, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Pomerantz LLP announces that a class action lawsuit has been filed against Bank OZK (“Bank OZK” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: OZK) and certain of its officers. The class action, filed in United States District Court, Southern District of New York, and indexed under 18-cv-10800, is on behalf of a class consisting of all persons and entities, other than Defendants and their affiliates, who purchased or otherwise, acquired Bank OZK securities between February 19, 2016 through October 18, 2018, both dates inclusive (the “Class Period”), seeking to recover damages caused by Defendants’ violations of the federal securities laws and to pursue remedies under Sections 10(b) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the “Exchange Act”) and Rule 10b-5 promulgated thereunder, against the Company and certain of its top officials.If you are a shareholder who purchased Bank OZK securities between February 19, 2016, and October 18, 2018, both dates inclusive, you have until December 26, 2018, to ask the Court to appoint you as Lead Plaintiff for the class. A copy of the Complaint can be obtained at www.pomerantzlaw.com. To discuss this action, contact Robert S. Willoughby at email@example.com or 888.476.6529 (or 888.4-POMLAW), toll-free, Ext. 9980. Those who inquire by e-mail are encouraged to include their mailing address, telephone number, and the number of shares purchased.
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Bank OZK was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas. The Company was formerly known as Bank of the Ozarks and changed its name to Bank OZK in July 2018. As of December 31, 2017, the Company operated through 253 offices in Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, Texas, Alabama, South Carolina, California, New York, and Mississippi.
Bank OZK provides a range of retail and commercial banking services to businesses, individuals, and non-profit and governmental entities. In addition to traditional savings and checking accounts, the Company offers various loan products, including real estate loans, such as loans secured by residential 1-4 family, non-farm/non-residential, agricultural, construction/land development, multifamily residential properties, and other land loans; small business and consumer loans; indirect consumer marine and RV loans; and government guaranteed loans comprising SBA and FSA guaranteed loans.
Throughout the Class Period, Defendants made materially false and misleading statements regarding the Company’s business, operational and compliance policies. Specifically, Defendants made false and/or misleading statements and/or failed to disclose that: (i) the Company lacked adequate internal controls to assess credit risk; (ii) as a result, certain of the Company’s loans posed an increased risk of loss; (iii) certain substandard loans were reasonably likely to lead to charge-offs; and (iv) as a result, the Company’s public statements were materially false and misleading at all relevant times.
On October 18, 2018, the Company reported that it had “incurred combined charge-offs of $45.5 million on two Real Estate Specialties Group credits” that had previously been classified as substandard.
On this news, the Company’s share price fell $9.33 per share, more than 26%, to close at $25.52 per share on October 19, 2018, on unusually heavy trading volume.
The Pomerantz Firm, with offices in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Paris, is acknowledged as one of the premier firms in the areas of corporate, securities, and antitrust class litigation. Founded by the late Abraham L. Pomerantz, known as the dean of the class action bar, the Pomerantz Firm pioneered the field of securities class actions. Today, more than 80 years later, the Pomerantz Firm continues in the tradition he established, fighting for the rights of the victims of securities fraud, breaches of fiduciary duty, and corporate misconduct. The Firm has recovered numerous multimillion-dollar damages awards on behalf of class members. See www.pomerantzlaw.com
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Bioplastics are often promoted as an environmentally and climate-friendly alternative to conventional petroleum-based plastics. However, a recent study from the University of Bonn suggests that shifting to plant-based plastics could have less positive effects than expected. Specifically, an increased consumption of bioplastics in the following years is likely to generate increased greenhouse gas emissions from cropland expansion on a global scale. The study will be soon published in the scientific Journal Environmental Research Letters and is already available online.
Plastics are usually made from petroleum, with the associated impacts in terms of fossil fuel depletion but also climate change: The carbon embodied in fossil resources is suddenly released to the atmosphere by degradation or burning, hence contributing to global warming. This corresponds to about 400 million metric tonnes of CO2 per year worldwide, almost half of the total greenhouse gases that Germany emitted to the atmosphere in 2017. It is estimated that by 2050, plastics could already be responsible for 15% of the global CO2 emissions.
Bioplastics, on the other hand, are in principle climate-neutral since they are based on renewable raw materials such as maize, wheat or sugar cane. These plants get the CO2 that they need from the air through their leaves. Producing bioplastics therefore consumes CO2, which compensates for the amount that is later released at end-of-life. Overall, their net greenhouse gas balance is assumed to be zero. Bioplastics are thus often consumed as an environmentally friendly alternative.
But at least with the current level of technology, this issue is probably not as clear as often assumed. “The production of bioplastics in large amounts would change land use globally,” explains Dr. Neus Escobar from the Institute of Food and Resource Economics at the University of Bonn. “This could potentially lead to an increase in the conversion of forest areas to arable land. However, forests absorb considerably more CO2 than maize or sugar cane annually, if only because of their larger biomass.” Experience with biofuels has shown that this effect is not a theoretical speculation. The increasing demand for the “green” energy sources has brought massive deforestation to some countries across the tropics.
Dr. Neus Escobar and her colleagues Salwa Haddad, Prof. Dr. Jan Börner and Dr. Wolfgang Britz have simulated the effects of an increased demand for bioplastics in major producing countries. They used and extended a computer model that had already been used to calculate the impacts of biofuel policies. It is based on a database that depicts the entire world economy.
“For our experiment, we assume that the share of bioplastics relative to total plastic consumption increases to 5% in Europe, China, Brazil and the USA,” she explains. “We run two different scenarios: a tax on conventional plastics compared with a subsidy on bioplastics.” The most dramatic effects are found for the tax scenario: As fossil-based plastics consequently become considerably more expensive, the demand for them falls significantly. Worldwide, 0.08% fewer greenhouse gases would be released each year. However, part of this decline is due to economic distortions, as the tax also slows economic growth.
More fields, fewer forests
At the same time, the area of land used for agriculture increases in the tax scenario, while the forest area decreases by 0.17%. This translates into enormous quantities of CO2 being emitted into the atmosphere. “This is considered to occur as a one-time effect,” Escobar explains. “Nevertheless, according to our calculations, it will take more than 20 years for it to be offset by the savings achieved by fossil substitution.”
All in all, it takes a lot of time for the switch to bioplastics to pay off. Furthermore, the researchers estimate the societal costs of this policy to decrease one tonne of CO2 at more than 2,000 US dollars – a high sum as compared to biofuel mandates. A subsidy to bioplastics would have very different effects on the global economy. However, both the compensation period and the costs for climate change mitigation would remain almost the same as with the tax.
“Consuming bioplastics from food crops in greater amounts does not seem to be an effective strategy to protect the climate,” said the scientist. Especially because this would trigger many other negative effects, such as rising food prices. “But this would probably look different if other biomass resources were used for production, such as crop residues,” says Escobar. “We recommend concentrating research efforts on these advanced bioplastics and bring them to market.”
The belief that bioplastics will reduce the amount of waste in the oceans may not even come true. Just because plastics are made from plants does not automatically make them easily degradable in marine environments, Escobar emphasizes. “Bio-PE and Bio-PET are for example not biodegradable, same as their petroleum-based counterparts.” Bioplastics and biomaterials have however one clear advantage: They help to reduce the fossil fuel dependency of highly industrialized regions. The scientists conclude that if governments really want to protect the environment, they should rather pursue a different strategy: It makes more sense to use plastic sparingly and to ensure that it is actually recycled. Reported by Eurasia Review 9 hours ago.
JACKSONVILLE, FL, Dec. 07, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Jacksonville University (JU) is pleased to announce the naming of the Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts in recognition of a multi-year, multi-million-dollar gift, among the largest investments in the University’s 84-year history, from alumnus Linda Berry Stein ’69 and her husband, David Stein.
“Linda and David Stein have helped lead Jacksonville University’s robust culture of giving and serving, and we are grateful for their investment in the future success of our students,” said Tim Cost ’81, President of Jacksonville University. “Linda and David are game changers of the highest order, as advocates, mentors and friends, and we are honored to celebrate the future of the Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts.”
The Steins’ historic investment creates the Stein Artist Scholars Endowment, endowing “Steiner” student scholarships in perpetuity, as well as funding the renovation of the on-campus Phillips Fine Arts Building and the naming of the Stein Family Lobby, establishment of an outdoor study and creative collaboration plaza adjacent to the arts complex, and formation of the Linda Berry Stein Fine Arts Student of the Year award.
This transformational gift continues Linda Berry Stein’s deep relationship with the arts at Jacksonville University. She left her hometown of Savannah, Georgia to enroll at JU under the tutelage of then-Dean of Fine Arts Dr. Frances Bartlett Kinne. Linda Berry Stein became a proud member of the Tri Delta Sorority, was crowned Miss Jacksonville University in her junior year, named Miss Riparian, and sweetheart for the Alpha Kappa Psi and Phi Delta Theta fraternities, and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1969. More recently, the Steins were honored as Outstanding Philanthropists in 2016 by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and Linda Berry Stein was celebrated as the recipient of the 2018 EVE Award from the Florida Times-Union, as well as the 2018 Bernard Selevan Tree of Life Award from the Jewish National Fund.
“I came to JU as a young woman looking to build my future. My mother and father believed in a strong education and always supported my passions,” said Linda Berry Stein. “I earned scholarships, worked hard, studied, pursued a music degree and made lifelong friends here. To have this opportunity to reinvest in my alma mater, my home away from home, and our talented students fills my heart. It is a joy for David and me to make this commitment to a place that means so much to us.”
“Linda Berry Stein exemplifies the best of our Jacksonville University graduates,” said Chancellor Emerita Frances Bartlett Kinne. “I always tell our students to go out and make the world a better place, and the Steins have taken that to heart, supporting young people in so many parts of Jacksonville, and keeping the University close to their hearts.”
The unveiling occurred December 7 in conjunction with the Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts’ annual, sold-out holiday orchestra concert at the recently-renovated Terry Concert Hall, home of the newest JU glass masterpiece, Creative Current. The Stein gift comes on the heels of the University’s unprecedented fundraising effort – ASPIRE, which concluded on June 30, 2018. The ASPIRE philanthropic campaign surpassed both initial and elevated goals, raising $121.4 million for University priorities set forth by President Cost and the Board of Trustees. This latest gift also marks the second multi-million-dollar investment in the University in less than three months. JU received a $6.3 million unrestricted gift from The Carl S. Swisher Foundation in September.
“As an alumna, the chair of the College of Fine Arts’ 50^th Anniversary Celebration, a 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award honoree, and a charter member of the College of Fine Arts’ Advisory Board, Linda’s history of kindness and generosity toward our college is extraordinary,” said Dr. Tim Snyder, Dean of the Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts. “This visionary gift from the Steins promises to transform the Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts and help us fulfill our mission of training young artists to succeed in the world and to change it for the better.”
Approaching nearly six decades of world-renowned and award-winning arts education, the Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts offers undergraduate students in Dance, Music, Theater and the Visual Arts, and graduate degrees in Choreography and Visual Arts. Past graduates have gone on to win Tony awards on Broadway and Emmy awards on television, as well as recognition for composition, visual arts, and choreography. Notable Dolphins include actor, theater director and singer Terrence Mann and the late actor, comedian and radio personality Jay Thomas. The Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts is also renowned for its glassblowing program, with Jacksonville University student and faculty work on display at the Florida Times-Union Center, the Cummer Museum, and the Jacksonville University Davis College of Business.
Named an “America’s Best College” in the south for more than 10 consecutive years by U.S. News & World Report, Jacksonville University is a premier private institution in northeast Florida. Founded in 1934, JU offers more than 100 majors, minors, and programs, including in-demand degrees in Business, Marine Science, Engineering, Finance, Physics, and Nursing, as well as those in the more contemporary and specialized fields of Aviation, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Film, Animation, and Sport Business.
Jacksonville University is located in a beautiful riverfront setting in suburban Jacksonville, across the St. Johns River from downtown and just minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. The 240-acre campus includes a half-mile of riverfront, oak-lined paths, and a mix of historic and new campus buildings.
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By Bernhard Schell
Israel has hailed U.S. President Donald Trump’s announcement that he will nominate former Fox news reporter and current State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert to be the U.S. ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations headquarters in New York, according to agencies and The Times of Israel.
Nauert will replace Nikki Haley, the former South Carolina governor who announced in October that she would step down as ambassador at the end of this year.
“Heather Nauert will be nominated,” Trump said on December 7 before leaving the White House on Marine One for an event in Kansas City. “She’s very talented, very smart, very quick, and I think she’s going to be respected by all.”
The Times of Israel writes: “Israeli envoy to the UN Danny Danon welcomed the announcement and paid tribute to Haley who became a darling of the Trump administration and the pro-Israel community for her vociferous defense of the Jewish state at the UN, a body often seen as hostile to Israel.”
“Nauert has stood behind Israel in her previous positions and I have no doubt that the cooperation between our countries will continue to strengthen during her term,” Danon is quoted saying.
“During the last two years we succeeded, through close cooperation in changing the hostile atmosphere in the UN and making unprecedented achievements,” he said.
A former Fox News Channel reporter, Nauert had little foreign policy experience before becoming State Department spokeswoman. If confirmed by the Senate, she would be a leading administration voice on Trump’s foreign policy.
Nauert is also seen as close to Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband, senior White House adviser Jared Kushner.
Like Haley, a former South Carolina governor, Nauert would come to the job with little experience in diplomacy, maintains The Times of Israel.
The newspaper points out that President Trump’s announcement about Nauert’s appointment comes hours after a resolution championed by Haley condemning the Hamas failed to pass in the General Assembly. The measure won a large majority, but not enough to secure the two-thirds needed for it to pass. Israeli leaders nonetheless thanked her and feted the results as proof of wide support for Israel’s position.
Haley rattled the United Nations when she arrived in January 2017 vowing that the United States will be “taking names” of countries that oppose Trump’s foreign policy, particularly regarding Israel.
Ahead of the vote, the U.S. ambassador sent a letter to all UN missions to make clear that “the United States takes the outcome of this vote very seriously.”
It was not immediately clear if Nauert would be able to defend Israel in the same powerful way as Haley did. Following the vote, she retweeted a comment by U.S. special envoy Jason Greenblatt condemning the world body’s inability to pass the measure, but did not publicly comment herself, says The Times of Israel.
Other candidates considered for the job, according to Bloomberg, were former White House adviser Dina Powell, ambassador to Canada Kelly Craft and ambassador to Germany Ric Grenell.
Grabbed from Fox by the White House to serve as State Department spokeswoman, Nauert catapulted into the upper echelons of the agency’s hierarchy when Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was fired in March and replaced with Mike Pompeo.
Nauert was then appointed acting undersecretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs and was for a time the highest-ranking woman and fourth highest-ranking official in the building. She did not have a good relationship with Tillerson and had considered leaving the department.
Her associates said at the time she was surprised by the promotion offer and recommended a colleague for the job. But when White House officials told her they wanted her, she accepted.
In her current job, she has responsibilities far beyond the news conferences she held in the State Department briefing room. She oversees public diplomacy in Washington and all of the roughly 275 overseas U.S. embassies, consulates and other posts. She is in charge of the Global Engagement Center that fights extremist messaging from the Islamic State group and others, and she has a seat on the U.S. Agency for Global Media that oversees government broadcast networks such as Voice of America.
Just 18 months earlier, she wasn’t even in government, notes The Times of Israel. Reported by Eurasia Review 8 hours ago.
Apple celebrated the holiday season today with a live performance by award-winning singer Idina Menzel, who sang a handful of songs from the Disney animated film Frozen, including the soundtrack Let It Go.
A big thank-you from our Apple family to the phenomenally talented @idinamenzel. Your voice is a gift — thank you for sharing it with us. What a wonderful way to celebrate the holidays! ☃️ pic.twitter.com/nc9SOpVmMj
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) December 8, 2018"A big thank-you from our Apple family to the phenomenally talented Idina Menzel," tweeted Apple CEO Tim Cook. "Your voice is a gift — thank you for sharing it with us. What a wonderful way to celebrate the holidays!"
The concert took place at Apple's Infinite Loop campus in Cupertino, California during its recurring Beer Bash employee gathering today.Idina Menzel performing at Apple Infinite Loop via Elton
Apple today also hosted its annual celebration of Toys for Tots, a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve, which distributes toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for Christmas.
One of my favorite holiday traditions — our annual @ToysForTots_USA celebration. Thanks @USMC for your service to our country and for spreading holiday magic to children in need. pic.twitter.com/P7syRpP14v
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) December 8, 2018Last year, Apple's holiday Beer Bash featured a live performance by singer Gwen Stefani.Tag: Tim Cook
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A Rapid marine biodiversity assessment of the coral reefs in morales Beach, Benoni, Glan, Sarangani Province, Philippine By: Justin Rhea M. Bandiola, Chenny Rose M. Rodriguez, Ralph Jan G. Saluna, Bencel John B. Robles, Hazel Kareen C. Villacanas, Mark Anthony J. Torres, Maria Luisa N. Cabrera, Elani A. Requieron Key Words: Coral reef ecosystem, Hard corals, Point intercept transect, Physico-chemical parameters, Shannon diversity index J. Bio. Env. Sci. 8(2), 233-239, February 2016.Abstract Morales beach is one of the beaches located in the coastal town of Glan, Sarangani Province and noted for its quite enormous coral reef which is continuously degrading. This study was conducted to assess...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump announced Saturday that he’s picked a battle-hardened commander who oversaw troops in Iraq and Afghanistan to be the nation’s next top military adviser. If confirmed by the Senate, Gen. Mark Milley, who has been chief of the Army since August 2015, would succeed Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford as chairman […]
Reported by Seattle Times 19 hours ago.
If confirmed by the Senate, Army Gen. Mark Milley would replace Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford whose second, two-year term expires in 2019.
Reported by USATODAY.com 20 hours ago.
KEMP, Texas, Dec. 08, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Industrial lighting leader, Larson Electronics, has announced the release of a 30-foot 8/3 SOOW extension power cord equipped with a 30-amp rated L6-30 NEMA male plug and female connector. This extension cord is designed for heavy duty outdoor applications, allowing operators to extend power to equipment for maintenance, power generator operation, construction equipment and other temporary applications where weatherproof outlets are not readily available.The EXC-30-8.3-30A-L6.30-WP is a rugged weatherproof extension cord constructed of 8/3 SOOW cable terminated in a male NEMA L6-30P cord cap and NEMA L6-30C female connector. This 30-foot 250V SOOW extension cord is flexible and weatherproof. This industrial extension cord is popular for use in remote outdoor locations to connect generators, stage equipment, UPS battery backups and other industrial equipment.
“This SOOW extension cord is ideal for operators who need weatherproofed power for their equipment in remote locations where regular weatherproof outlets are unavailable,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “The cord is suitable for use indoors and outdoors for construction sites, plant turnarounds, exhibits, stage equipment and shipyard applications.”
*About Larson Electronics LLC:* Larson Electronics LLC is a manufacturer of industrial lighting equipment and accessories. The company offers an extensive catalog of industry-grade lighting and power distribution products for the following sectors: manufacturing, construction, food processing, oil and gas, military, marine and automobile. Customers can benefit from the company’s hands-on, customized approach to lighting solutions. Larson Electronics provides expedited service for quotes, customer support and shipments.
*For further information, please contact:*
Rob Bresnahan, *President and CEO
A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/07495b0b-b197-4910-9465-a12a4a8f15d4 Reported by GlobeNewswire 18 hours ago.
President Donald Trump introduced Saturday that he’s picked a battle-hardened commander who oversaw troops in Iraq and Afghanistan to be the country’s subsequent most sensible army adviser. If showed by means of the Senate, Gen. Mark Milley, who has been leader of the Military since August 2015, would be successful Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford as …
Reported by The News Articles 16 hours ago.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump says chief of staff John Kelly will leave his job at the end of the year. Trump isn’t saying immediately who will replace Kelly, a retired Marine general who has served as chief of staff since July 2017. But the president says an announcement about a replacement will be […]
Reported by Seattle Times 16 hours ago.
The retired Marine Corps general sought to bring discipline and process to a chaotic White House but ultimately could not put a check on President Trump's desire to go unmanaged.
Reported by NPR 16 hours ago.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly will leave his job at the end of this year, U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday, adding that the former Marine Corps general has been a loyal aide during his tenure.
Reported by CBC.ca 16 hours ago.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly will leave his job at the end of this year, U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday, describing the former Marine Corps general as a loyal aide during his tenure.
Reported by Reuters 16 hours ago.
US President Donald Trump has stated his leader of body of workers John Kelly will go away his submit on the finish of the 12 months. Mr Kelly, a retired Marine basic, has been within the function because the finish of July remaining 12 months. His substitute has now not been introduced. Extra follows…
Reported by The News Articles 16 hours ago.
During John Kelly's 17-month tenure, he tried, but largely failed, to bring a Marine Corps-style order to the White House – and President Trump.
Reported by Delawareonline 16 hours ago.