Toshiba Appoints Joy Hopkins as Chief Financial Officer for Retail Solutions Business WhatsApp Local NewsBusiness By Digital AIM Web Support – February 8, 2021 Twitter Pinterest RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 8, 2021– Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions today announced Joy Hopkins is joining the company as its new Chief Financial Officer effective February 8, 2021. Hopkins has more than 20 years of experience in market and financial feasibility analysis and strategic planning in the corporate, legal, and nonprofit sectors in addition to expertise in high-growth technology sectors involving integrated hardware, software, and service offerings. In this role, she will be responsible for helping further accelerate the company’s transformation as a trusted retail commerce solutions leader. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210208005269/en/ Joy Hopkins, Chief Financial Officer, Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions (Photo: Business Wire) “Joy Hopkins is a true leader; not only a highly accomplished finance executive but also one with a global mindset and a proven record of bringing positive change to the teams and organizations she leads,” said president and chief executive officer, Rance Poehler. “Joy brings the unique combination of performance and passion that makes her an excellent fit for us as we continue to transform our retail business.” Hopkins joins Toshiba as a global finance leader who has managed high-profile, multimillion-dollar businesses at innovative technology companies including Intel Corporation and Lenovo. During her time as Chief Financial Officer of Lenovo’s new Commercial Internet of Things division, focused on the services-led commercial IoT market, she was instrumental in delivering high-growth that included addressing the unique needs of the retail industry. Her efforts earned her a Finance Bravo award for standing up the financial infrastructure and systems enabling this growth. While at Intel she held a number of senior finance leadership positions focused on global tax and trade where she led special projects netting $100M in annual savings, plus prior roles managing finance consolidation and reporting for Intel’s Corporate Marketing and Technology and Manufacturing groups. She is recognized as an expert in change management and process excellence methodologies such as Lean Six Sigma and Business Process Management. “Toshiba is in a unique position to lead the way in an industry on the verge of disruption given their trusted relationships, proven track record of innovation and growth mindset,” said Hopkins. “I’ve always looked for opportunities to have a positive impact on the teams I lead and the clients, partners and communities we serve. I could not be more excited to be joining the Toshiba team.” About Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions is a global market share leader in retail store technology and retail’s first choice for integrated in-store solutions. Together with a global team of dedicated business partners, we achieve brilliant commerce by advancing the future of retail with innovative commerce solutions that enhance customer engagement, transform the in-store experience, and accelerate digital transformation. To learn more, visit commerce.toshiba.com and engage with us on Twitter,LinkedIn,Facebook and YouTube. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210208005269/en/ CONTACT: Fredrik Carlegren Vice President of Marketing [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA NORTH CAROLINA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: HARDWARE DATA MANAGEMENT CONSUMER ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE SOURCE: Toshiba Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/08/2021 11:00 AM/DISC: 02/08/2021 11:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210208005269/en WhatsApp Facebook Facebook Pinterest Twitter TAGS Previous articleKayne Partners Establishes Leading Platform for Growth Equity Investments in the Media and Supply Chain SectorsNext articleSummer Crenshaw Joins TalentNow as CEO Digital AIM Web Support
WhatsApp WhatsApp Twitter After 3rd place finish in Nevada, Buttigieg wants answers regarding voter problems Facebook IndianaLocalNationalNews Pinterest Pinterest Google+ Facebook Twitter Google+ (Photo supplied/ABC 57) LAS VEGAS (AP) — Pete Buttigieg’s campaign has questioned his third-place finish in Nevada’s caucuses and called for the state’s Democratic party to release a more detailed breakdown of votes and address reports of more than 200 problems allocating votes in Saturday’s caucuses.In a letter sent to the Nevada State Democratic Party late Saturday night and provided to The Associated Press on Sunday, the Buttigieg campaign said the process of integrating four days of early voting into in-person caucuses held Saturday was “plagued with errors and inconsistencies.”The Nevada Democratic Party says it is not going to release a more detailed breakdown than originally planned and appeared to invite Buttigieg’s campaign to seek a recount if it wants to challenge results. By Associated Press – February 24, 2020 2 338 Previous articlePlea deal denied in 2015 crash that killed Etna Green manNext articleJudge stands firm on July 6 trial date for alleged killer Associated PressNews from the Associated Press and its network of reporters and publications.
LUBERFINER, a special brand of oil filters designed for racing will be handed out to all podium finishers at the second round of the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club’s National Race of Champions.This was confirmed yesterday by Vice President, Hansraj Singh, who indicated that the brand’s local distributor, Special Auto, is on board with the event.“We of course want to thank Special Auto for joining us in this championship. They have been a sterling sponsor of motorsport locally,” he added.Meanwhile, the company’s proprietor, Shan Seejattan, in an invited comment stated, “These brand of filters are what the professionals use. I use it in my Group Two race car as well as my endurance cars and even my drag racing cars.”“So they are high performance filters built to undergo great amounts of racing. The reason we are giving them to the podium finishers is that we want them to see this about the brand.” The second national race of Champions is billed for July 21st at the South Dakota Circuit.The sponsors are E-Networks, Tropical shipping, BM Soat Auto Sales, Mohamed’s Enterprise, Miracle Optical, Choke Gas Station, Special Auto, Prem’s Electrical, Nexus Machine Shop, Blue Spring Water, Motor Trend, Ramchand Auto Spares, Power Line Automotive and KGM security.The club is planning a 21-race programme which is expected to feature both bikes and cars in addition to its newly-installed time attack feature.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Julian Whigham didn’t realize Everett Golson threw 25 straight completions.“He had 20 straight completions?” the SU cornerback said when asked about them. “… Wow. Good for him.”They came quick. And while the Syracuse (2-2) secondary largely limited No. 8 Notre Dame’s (4-0) passing attack to short passes to the outside, time on the field with Golson took its toll. Being shorthanded in Wayne Morgan’s absence and the defensive line not getting enough pressure on Golson tore at the SU secondary enough for Notre Dame to get 362 yards and four touchdowns through the air.“That’s going to happen if you don’t get consistent pressure on the quarterback,” SU defensive line coach Tim Daoust said.Brandon Reddish had an interception in the first quarter and recovered a fumble, but he also got beat by Corey Robinson for a touchdown, despite tugging the Fighting Irish wide receiver’s jersey off his shoulder pads.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWill Fuller torched Corey Winfield for 72 yards and a score in the second quarter. Winfield converted from wideout to cornerback in training camp and slid into the No. 3 corner spot as Morgan missed the game with a knee injury.“The depth part was difficult,” Whigham said. “Obviously me and (Reddish) took a few more plays and that took a toll.”UND’s next longest pass was a 23-yarder, but the consistent stream of short passes was potent enough for the Fighting Irish. Whigham said the Irish simply took what they could get against SU’s softer zone.And when Notre Dame did go deep it was against tired defensive backs, contributing to three defensive holding penalties and two pass interference calls.Whigham said the Orange is up for the short turnaround for Friday’s game against Louisville. But as it prepares for the Cardinals, it’ll be looking to reinforce the secondary.“I think Corey (Winfield) did a good job, got his feet wet,” Whigham paused, laughing. “He got his feet wet and I think he’s confident though. He’s feeling good. He finally got some game action and that’ll really be beneficial to us going down the road.” Comments Published on September 29, 2014 at 12:15 am Contact Jacob: [email protected] | @Jacob_Klinger_ Facebook Twitter Google+
Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina will play against the national team of the Republic of Ireland in the playoffs for European Championships which is to be played next year in France. Besides for the historical placement to the European Championships, the national team players of B&H will also play for rich premiums provided by UEFA.Apart from the fact that eight teams more will play at the European Championships in France in comparison with the European Championships played in Ukraine and Poland, the prize fund provided by UEFA for the participants at the review of the best national teams on the Old Continent is a lot bigger. Thereby, the national teams which qualified for the European Championships in 2012 earned 8.5 million EUR each. Victory in the group stage was awarded with additional million EUR, and a draw with 500.000 EUR.The team that ended third-ranked in the group received a million EUR, and participants of the quarterfinals got two million EUR. Each participant in the semifinals received three million EUR. The defeated finalist got 4.5 million EUR, while the winner received additional 7.5 million EUR. Therefore, Spain earned 24 million EUR in total from the European Championships held in 2012.Rewards for EURO in France are still unknown, besides those for participation only. Thereby, all national teams that qualify for the European Championships will cash in 12 million EUR, which is by 3.5 million EUR more compared with EURO 2012. Other rewards will also probably be higher, given that the champion of Europe is expected to cash in between 30 and 35 million EUR.Prior to the beginning of qualifications for the European Championships, the coach Sušić and the captain Edin Džeko agreed on the distribution of financial means with the officials of the Federation. In case of direct qualification, distribution in the ratio 50-50 percent was agreed, and in case of qualification through playoffs 60-40 percent. Given that the only way for B&H to qualify to EURO is through playoffs, national team players of B&H will divide 4.8 million EUR. In case of qualification, the reward will be distributed according to the minutes played in the qualifications for the European Championships.(Source: radiosarajevo.ba)