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Steven David Lines, 40, of Millwards, Hatfield. On August 1, 2013, stole clothing tops worth 400 from Polo Ralph Lauren, Bicester; also, on same date, was in possession of article for use in course of theft. Community order made with unpaid work requirement. Costs, 145.

Paul Wood, 45, of Aldbury Grove, WGC. On May 6, 2013, fished or took fish in inland water other than with a licence by means of a road and line. Fine, costs: 347.

The following were convicted of being those in whose names vehicles were registered when they did not meet the insurance requirements of the Road Traffic Act (fine plus costs in brackets): James Mathew Lamb, 38, of Oaktree Garth, WGC (230); Andrew Niall, 51, of Longcroft Lane, WGC (330); Uzoamaka Okeke, of Walsingham Close, Hatfield (330).

Peter Hind, 66, of Stockbreach Close, Hatfield. On August 1, 2013, failed to deliver up licence issued on receipt of cheque which was subsequently dishonoured. Fine, back duty, costs: 308.34.

Ross Alexander Phillips, 34, of Glenwood, WGC. On February 11, 2013, failed to deliver to the Secretary of State that part of the registration document containing the required particulars relating to the notification of the transfer of the vehicle to a person who was not a vehicle trader. Fine, costs: 310.

Jennifer Anna, 21, of Bishops Rise, Hatfield. On June 8, 2013, at Hatfield station, failed to hand over ticket for inspection and verification. Fine, compensation, costs: 343.50.

Lawrence Chawdisa, 27, of Peartree Lane, WGC. On May 26, 2013, at Stevenage station, failed to hand over ticket for inspection and verification. Fine, compensation, costs: 345.50.

Joe Dellar, 23, of Guessens Road, WGC. On June 8, 2013, en route near Potters Bar, entered a train for travelling without having a valid ticket. Fine, compensation, costs: 285.40.

Justin Domiguez, 21, of Campion Road, Hatfield. On May 25, 2013, at Stevenage station, having failed to pay fare, gave false name and address details to officer of railway company; also, on same date, at Stevenage station, travelled on railway without having previously paid fare. Fine, compensation, costs: 276.
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The United States Olympic team’s selection of flag bearer for Friday’s Opening Ceremony sparked controversy on Thursday night, as a tweet from the account of long track speedskater Shani Davis angrily attacked the method used, even suggesting there could have been a racial element involved. Speedskating as its candidate for flag bearer. Winter Games federation, the 35 year old tied with luge athlete Erin Hamlin. Her bronze at Sochi 2014 was the first medal for an American in singles luge in Olympic history.

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Davis became the first black athlete to win a gold medal in an individual event at the Winter Olympics when he placed first in the 1,000 meters at Torino in 2006. Speedskating communications director Matt Whewell did not comment on Davis’ tweet, but spoke to the skater’s impressive Games track record.

“He was our nominee for a reason,” Whewell told USA TODAY Sports. “He was deserving of that honor.”

The United States Olympic Committee does not exercise control over social media posts made by athletes on the team, and Davis’ message was still on his account more than three hours after its initial posting.

USOC spokesman Mark Jones said of Hamlin’s selection: “It is an athlete driven process and the selection was made between two great candidates.”

During the selection meeting, each of the eight sporting federations nominated an athlete for consideration to carry the flag into the stadium on Friday. Federations cannot vote for their own nominee in the first round but are permitted to is subsequent rounds. Voting is done by one athlete from each of the governing bodies, and Olympic veteran Jonathan Garcia was the speedskating representative.

After a few rounds, the vote was tied 4 4 between Davis and Hamlin. The USOC’s official procedure, determined last year and communicated to athletes, dictated that a coin flip must be used to break the tie.
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Speaking on US talk show Today, Lochte said: “I made a mistake and I definitely learned from this. They put on a great Games. and my immature, intoxicated behaviour tarnished that a little.”

Ralph Lauren, which has removed some of Lochte’s images from its website, said its sponsorship of the swimmer had been only for the Rio Olympics and would not be renewed.

Ralph Lauren and Airweave both stressed that they would continue their support of the US Olympic and Paralympic teams.

Syneron Candela said: “We hold our employees to high standards, and we expect the same of our business partners.”

Speedo said it would donate a $50,000 portion of Lochte’s sponsorship fee to the charity Save The Children’s Brazilian operation.

The value of Lochte’s Speedo sponsorship has not been disclosed. The contract reportedly expires this year after 10 years.

The US business magazine Forbes calculated that in the year of the 2012 London Olympics, Lochte earned about $2m in sponsorships from companies such as Gillette, Nissan, AT and Gatorade.

Lochte’s performance at Rio did not reach the heights of his London triumph, but Forbes estimated his endorsements would still have been between $1m $2m.

DisdainThe saga started when Lochte and three team mates returned to the Olympic village after a late night out in Rio.

They tried, unsuccessfully, to use the locked toilet at a garage and urinated outside instead.

After first claiming that he and his three team mates had been robbed by bogus policemen,
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Lochte back tracked and admitted he had, while still drunk, “left details out” and “over exaggerated some parts of the story”.

Despite the evidence against him, including CCTV footage, he has however denied that he actually lied in his initial account to Brazilian police.

Lochte’s behaviour has been met with disdain in the US and he has been widely pilloried in the US media.

On 19 August the New York Post carried a front page headline describing him as the “Ugly American”, along with the slogan “Liar, Liar, Speedo on fire”.

Lochte is one of the most successful swimmers in history, with 12 Olympic medals, and he once had his own reality television show in the US.

In Rio, he swam in two events, winning a gold medal in the 4x200m freestyle relay along with team mate Jack Conger.

“We appreciate his many achievements and hope he moves forward and learns from this experience,” Speedo said of Lochte. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read about our approach to external linking.
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Women cry outside Cuba’s embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, after the announcement of the death of Fidel Castro. presidents during his half century rule of Cuba, died at age 90. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

Cuban Americans celebrate the death of Fidel Castro, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, in the Little Havana area in Miami. Castro died eight years after ill health forced him to formally hand power over to his younger brother Raul, who announced his death late Friday, Nov. 25, on state television. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

The Cuban community in Miami celebrates the announcement that Fidel Castro died in front La Carreta Restaurant, early Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, in Miami. Within half an hour of the Cuban government’s official announcement that former President Fidel Castro had died, Friday, Nov. 25, 2016, at age 90, Miami’s Little Havana teemed with life and cheers. (David Santiago/El Nuevo Herald via AP)

The Cuban community in Miami celebrates the announcement that Fidel Castro died in front of La Carreta Restaurant, early Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, in Miami. Within half an hour of the Cuban government’s official announcement that former President Fidel Castro had died, Friday, Nov. 25, 2016, at age 90, Miami’s Little Havana teemed with life and cheers. (David Santiago/El Nuevo Herald via AP)

A woman walks to lay flowers to pay her last respect to Cuban President Fidel Castro, who has died on Friday, Nov. 25, 2016 at age 90 at the Cuban Embassy in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, Nov. 26,
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2016. Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a condolences telegram to Raul Castro, that Fidel Castro was a sincere and reliable friend of Russia.(AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

People celebrate the death of Cuban leader Fidel Castro in Miami, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016. presidents during his half century rule of Cuba, died at age 90. (Michael Laughlin/South Florida Sun Sentinel via AP)

FILE In this Friday, Dec. 1, 1995 file photo, Cuban President Fidel Castro stands on the Great Wall of China, 70 kilometers (44 miles) north of Beijing. presidents during his half century rule, died at age 90 on Friday, Nov 25, 2016. Viewed from the world’s largest communist country, Castro’s death is a reminder of how the communist axis has changed beyond recognition since the ideologically charged era when the bearded revolutionary cut a dashing figure on the world stage alongside leaders like Mao Zedong. (AP Photo/Greg Baker, File)

A Cuban American celebrates the death of Fidel Castro Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, in the Little Havana area in Miami. Castro died eight years after ill health forced him to formally hand power over to his younger brother Raul, who announced his death late Friday, Nov. 25, on state television. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

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While the death of Cuban leader Fidel Castro prompted cheers from the country exiles in Miami, the 90 year old revolutionary leader passing produced expressions of respect in other parts of the world and measured responses from governments that saw the devoted socialist as a threat. President Barack Obama noted that while “discord and profound political disagreements” marked the relationship between the United States and Cuba for nearly six decades, Americans were extending “a hand of friendship to the Cuban people” during their time of grief.

“History will record and judge the enormous impact of this singular figure on the people and world around him,” Obama said. President elect Donald Trump took to Twitter to share a thought that proved pithy even for the medium: “Fidel Castro is dead!”

Elsewhere in world, Castro was honored and mourned by many present and former national leaders.

In a telegram to Cuban President Raul Castro, Fidel 85 year old brother, Pope Francis offered “my sense of grief to your excellency and family.”

Francis broke from the Vatican usual practice of having the secretary of state send official condolences. In a mark of the esteem the pope held for Castro, whom he met during a visit to Cuba last year, Francis signed the telegram himself.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose country was Cuba main ally and supporter during the Soviet era, called Castro “a sincere and reliable friend of Russia” who had built “an inspiring example for many countries and nations.”

“With his death, the Chinese people have lost a close comrade and a sincere friend,” Xi said in a telegram to Raul Castro,
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state broadcaster CCTV reported. “His glorious image and great achievements will be recorded in history forever.”

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki moon said he had vivid memories of meeting Castro in January 2014 and having “a lively discussion that covered developments around the world as well as sustainable development and climate change.”

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Wall Street investment strategists are buckling up for a bumpy ride and keeping a wary eye on Europe, but there are some stock market bulls who expect their forecasts for the US stock market to be vindicated.

Optimism has been strained since late April as US equity indexes have been buffeted by worries that Greece sovereign debt crisis could spread into much of southern Europe.

In May alone, when Greece became the worry du jour of markets, the Dow Jones industrial average lost roughly 9% and the benchmark Standard Poor 500 fell 8%.

Gina Sanchez, director of equity and asset allocation strategy at Roubini Global Economics (RGE), was wary that slower growth in Europe will spill over to the global economy, including the United States.

“Our base case is for a slow recovery in Europe, and the risk is for a potential L shaped recovery or even a double dip (recession) there,” said Sanchez.

The weakening Euro will, in turn, weigh on exports by the United States, China and Japan to Europe and likely usher in “a year of two halves” for US growth, as robust growth in gross domestic product in the first half turns sourer in the second, she said.

RGE analysts believe markets entered a new phase of risk aversion in early May that should continue for now.

“Between equities and bonds, we prefer bonds,” said Sanchez.

“Bouts of risk seeking” that could flare up in the stock market from here on are “likely to be chances for rebalancing.”

All told, though, Sanchez said Roubini Global Economics, home to economist Nouriel Roubini known as Dr Doom for his bearish, and prescient, forecasts does not see a double dip recession for the United States.

Jeffrey Rubin, senior markets researcher with Birinyi Associates in Westport, Connecticut, seconded that and recommended that US investors stay exposed at home.

Undeterred by European jitters, he said the firm favourite investment is US equity.

sticking with a 1,325 point target for the S 500 for the year end Rubin said.

“That implies a healthy gain from here.” The S 500, a broad based measure of US large cap stocks, closed up 1.1 % on Tuesday at 1,062 points, but is still down about 13 % from its April closing high.

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“Coach isn doing well because of federal stimulus money,” he said of the luxury leather goods maker.

Maria Fiorini Ramirez, president of economic consulting firm Maria Fiorini Ramirez Inc., was more guarded.

The US economy has momentum, she said, but it remains an open question as to which indicators are “genuinely good” and which are “temporary fluff,” stirred up by stimulus programs.

Still, companies are through with big layoffs, and hiring is likely to continue, albeit at a modest pace, she said.

“Corporate balance sheets are in the best shape they ever been,” which means companies have the financial flexibility to hire once they see a greater need, Ramirez said

For many investors, after years of market volatility,” “there an attitude of principal preservation that I don think is going to change,” Ramirez said. But fortune will, as always, favour the brave.

“It hard to buy things when everyone is telling you not to. But that how the big money is made,” she said.

“You have to be willing to sit through the clobbering.”

Brian Lancaster, head of securities bond strategy for North America at RBS, said the real estate market, so long a drag on the US economy, is near a bottom.
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The Ultimate Mompreneur Julie AignerClark Gets Her Start

She never wanted to run her own business; she just wanted to be the best mom she knew how to be. But today, what began as a single children’s educational video that she filmed in her basement with a friend’s camera and her cat as a prop, has morphed into a billion dollar company that continues to be an industry leader. Julie Aigner Clark might not have predicted her own success with her Baby Einstein series of videos, but she was certainly happy to roll with it. Today, mothers the world over know this entrepreneur’s name, and love her for the intelligent videos she has brought to the market.

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A Fresh Face in the World Mary Kay Ash is Born

“Most people live and die with their music still unplayed,” Mary Kay Ash once said. “They never dare to try.” Ash was not one of those people. Raised in a time when few women were in business, let alone successful in business, Ash broke down barriers on her rise up to creating a multi billion dollar operation. Today, Mary Kay Cosmetics Inc. continues to be a leader in the industry, with outlets in over 30 countries that are staffed by 1.6 million employees. Barnum. He was a master showman whose rise to fame came in the 19th century thanks to his traveling “freak shows”. But Barnum was more than that; he was above all else an entrepreneur and a highly successful salesman. Barnum knew how to get people talking. Today, the legacy of his work lives on in the Ringling Bros. and Barnum Bailey Circus, still billed as ‘The Greatest Show On Earth.’

King of the Online Jungle The Early Years of Jeff Bezos

When McKenzie Tuttle walked down the aisle to say “I do” to her husband to be Jeff Bezos, she thought she was marrying into a secure future. At the time, Bezos was in his 30s and serving as Vice President of an investment firm in New York City. As fate would have it, Bezos’ small garage startup would go on to become one of the leading e commerce sites in the world, with revenues exceeding $8 billion.

The Man Behind CocaCola The Early Years of Asa Candler

It has become such an integral part of American culture that when the Coca Cola Company tried to change the original formula for its flagship drink in the mid 1980s, the public backlash was overwhelming; the Old Cola Drinkers of America was even established and tried to sue the company. Today, Coke is sold in the stores, restaurants, and vending machines of over 200 countries. The company is one of the largest in America, and also the largest manufacturer, distributor and marketer of nonalcoholic drink concentrates in the world, with over $24 billion in revenue and 71,000 employees. The man behind all of that growth is Asa Candler.

The Weight Loss Guru The Early Years of Jenny Craig

When Jenny Craig had her second child, she was thrilled. That excitement, however, quickly turned to depression when the weight she had gained during the pregnancy refused to go away. But Craig was not one to sit and while away her time being depressed. Instead, she decided to do something. Not only did she lose her own excess weight, but she created a business empire in the process. Today, with over 650 centres around the world, Jenny Craig Inc. has become one of the largest and most recognized companies in the weight management industry.

Direct From Houston Dell is Born

In 1999, Michael Dell was giving a lecture on the ABCs of entrepreneurship to a business class at his psuedo alma mater, the University of Texas. When it came time for the question and answer period, one of the students eagerly stood up and asked Dell why, despite being worth over $17 billion, he continues going to work each day. “You’ve got so much money,” the student said. “Why don’t you just sell out, buy a boat, and sail off to the Caribbean?” Dell stared back at the student and replied, “Sailing’s boring. Do you have any idea how much fun it is to run a billion dollar company?”

The Sandwich King The Early Years of Subways Fred DeLuca

Fred DeLuca was nothing more than a kid from “The Projects”, looking for a way to pay his college tuition when he opened up a sandwich store in Bridgeport, Connecticut. At the time, he could not even afford the $25 lawyer’s fee he needed to sign the lease. That was back in 1956. Today, his store has blossomed into the third largest fast food chain in the world. Subway remains one of the largest global privately held companies and earns revenues in excess of $9.5 billion.

The Cookie Connoisseur The Early Years of Debbi Fields

“I was really happy being a housewife,” says Debbi Fields, founder of Mrs. Fields Cookies. She did not have a business degree or the support from her family, but what Fields did have was a dream.

The Wine Giant How Ernest Gallo Got His Start

Ernest Gallo was not your typical billionaire. Up until the day he died, he insisted on keeping his home number listed in the public phone book; he wanted everyone to be able to find him. But it is exactly traits like that which continue to make this winemaker stand out. Today, the business he started with his brother back in 1933 with just $6,000 in capital remains the leading exporter of California wine, producing some 2.64 million bottles of wine every day.

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Chris Gardner wears a $10,000 watch on each wrist. On the right hand is a Cartier set to Chicago time, and on the left is a Roger Dubuis set to South African time. “I was late once and it cost me $50,000,” explains Gardner. “I figure it was cheaper to wear two watches.” For a man who not too long ago had only two suits to his name and could not even afford to pay rent, Gardner has come a long way. From living on the streets and bathing in public restrooms to owning a successful multi million dollar stock brokerage firm, Gardner is living out the American dream.

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He used to teach mathematics in Swaziland as an American Peace Corps volunteer. So, when 48 year old Reed Hastings decided to found his own software company, some eyebrows were raised. With over 10 million subscribers and sales in the billions, Hastings proved he was able to go from living in Africa, to living in affluence.
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Lately, while many of us have become used to seeing pop superstar Nick Jonas in just his skivvies, in the latest issue of GQ (which hits newsstands Jan 27), the man behind the Number One hit “Jealous” is donning a variety of high end double breasted suits for an impressive 6 page fashion spread in the prestigious men’s magazine. Modeling suits by such designers as Bally, Marc Jacobs, Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Dolce Gabbana, our once little Nicky looks quite dapper,mature and sophisticated.

“I think the whole shirtless Nick thing is really kind of funny,” he said to me in September. “It’s been interesting, though, that over the last couple of months my physicality has become such a big thing. But, that’s okay, because we should all prioritize physical fitness. Honestly, I don’t take it too seriously. I think that you just have to have a good time with it. I understand what it is and I definitely care about fitness because now it is a big part of my life. Hopefully, if it inspires people to do the same thing to get health conscious and to prioritize things in their lives,
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With kids back to school in their new threads and the fall garage sale season quickly approaching, now is the time when moms and dads seem to be shedding their homes of piles of clutter.

What to do with all the leftovers, however, has always been a tough decision. Some will pack up the old stuff and take it to Goodwill, Salvation Army or Red Racks. Others will try to sell a few choice items and likely trash a few others.

“All ‘Frozen’ related toys and clothes are being purchased as soon as they hit the shelves,” she says. “If your items are part of the current trend, you will be able to sell them quickly. Chances are, if your child wanted the items, other children will too.”

That doesn’t just go for Disney characters. Items featuring superheroes, popular musicians or anything with broad pop culture appeal is likely to sell. The same goes for sports and college memorabilia especially items that have a local connection.

“If it’s football season, anything Chiefs will do well,” says Julie Schock, manager for Spotted Dog Consignment in St. Joseph.

But brand appeal isn’t the only driver for used goods, Mrs. Schock says. Often, the condition of an item is what matters most.

“Sure, we love to have bigger brands. Who doesn’t like to see Polo Ralph Lauren and stuff like that? But in our case, as long as it’s clean, gently used and in like new condition, it seems to do pretty well.”

As long it’s still in style and season, Mrs. Schock says that any piece of clothing purchased in the last two years should sell at a consignment store or a garage sale. She says that small appliances and costume jewelry also sell relatively quickly at the Spotted Dog.

Ms. Thompson adds that there’s a market for toys and baby clothes that have only been used by one child. The same goes for any item that remains tagged or in its original packaging.

Both suggest donating items that are out of style or were not gently used. Mrs. Schock says that in most cases, a piece of clothing that’s more than five years old or heavily worn should be donated to a thrift store. Ms. Thompson agrees, saying these items still have value to some folks and shouldn’t merely be thrown away.

“If your daughter’s dance shoes are a little worn down or your son’s jeans have a small hole from excessive use, you will likely make no money through selling these items,” Ms. Thompson says. “However, if you donate these items, someone else may appreciate them.”

There are only two cases in which clothing or old household goods should be trashed, Ms. Thompson says. The first is if it’s broken or unusable. No one is shopping Goodwill for torn socks, headless Barbie dolls or toy cars that are missing their wheels. When these things reach “the point of no return,” she says it’s best to throw them out.
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