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(CNN Money) General Electric is getting rid of the light bulb, the most iconic product of GE 125 year existence.

UnveilingGE roadmap, newCEO John Flannery said that the company would focus on its health, power and aviation businesses. Lighting didn make the cut to be part of GE future.

The news itself isn a shock: Thecompany said in Julythat it was looking to sell its lighting business. Lighting is by far GE smallest division, making up just under 2% of the company overall revenue. And light bulb sales have fallen 66% so far this year.

Still, a GE without light bulbs feels like an AT without telephone service, Campbell without tomato soup or GM without Chevrolet.

Light bulbs and GE: An intertwined history

Thomas Edison invented the first commercially viable incandescent light bulb in 1879. A year later, he founded the Edison Lamp Company and began manufacturing light bulbs for sale. By 1890, Edison had consolidated Edison Lamp with most of his other businesses under Edison General Electric, and in 1892 merged with the Thomson Houston Electric Company to form the GE we all know.

Light bulbs quickly took off after that, as did innovation that improved the invention. In 1892, GE began machine molding bulbs instead of hand blowing them. In 1906, GE engineer William Coolidge developed the modern light bulb with a long lasting and super bright tungsten filament an improvement that GE commercialized in 1911.

Related: GE cuts its dividend for just second time since the Depression

By 1935, GE light bulbs were bright enough to light the first ever Major League Baseball night game, played in Cincinnati. GE invented the fluorescent bulb in 1938, the halogen lamp in 1959 and the LED in 1962.

GE made more recent advances too. In 2001, it introduced GE Reveal light bulbs that filter out yellow light to produce more natural illumination. And in 2010, it produced its first ever smart LED bulb that connects to the internet.

When GE ditches its lighting division, a move scheduled for next year or 2019, it will be the first time the light bulb hasn been part of GE since the darn thing was invented.

So why ditch light bulbs now? The market is dimming, so to speak.

Business was booming between 2007 and 2014, when customers bought up expensive LED light bulbs to replace their inefficient incandescents.

But there a problem for light bulb makers like GE: LEDs last for decades. With no need to replace them, the bottom fell out of the market. Prices and revenue began to tumble.

Related: GE wants to unload its iconic light bulb business

The dust finally appears to be settling, and IHSlighting analyst Jamie Fox said in arecent reportthat he expects growth to return to the light bulb market this year.

GE agrees and actually has high near term hopes for its lighting business. The company said Monday it expects light bulb sales to grow a modest 5% and profit to rise 15% next year.

But that growth will largely be fueled by Current, a billion dollar GE business that sells LED lighting systems to businesses. GE plans on selling Current along with its consumer lighting division (a buyer has yet to emerge).

In its presentation to investors Monday, GE said its future would focus on businesses with strong growth, predictability and cash generation. None of those apply to light bulbs.
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Chemung County Judge Christopher Baker on Monday sentenced Johnathan T. Byrd, 29, of Ithaca, to an indeterminate sentence of 3 to 9 years in state prison in connection with an Oct. 13,2016 accidenton Interstate 86 in Horseheads.

Byrd’s vehicle traveled off the shoulder of the highway and continued into the grassy median for several hundred feet while overturning several times, according to the sheriff’s office.

Passenger Luciano M. Servetto, 19, also of Ithaca, was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene. Another passenger, Carlton J. Clinton, 32, of Elmira, suffered a severe neck injury.

More: Ithaca man charged with manslaughter following I 86 crash

The investigation by the sheriff’s office determined Byrd, who suffered minor injuries, had been traveling at a rate of more than 100 mph and was under the influence of alcohol and drugs at the time of the crash.

Byrd was indicted in June 2017 by a Chemung County grand jury on charges ofsecond degree manslaughter, second degree vehicular manslaughter, second degree vehicular assault, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, driving while ability impaired by drugs, and operating a motor vehicle while ability impaired by the combined influence of drugs or alcohol.
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Well, it did, to some of the husbands, who initially didn’t understand the motive, says Louise Malahoff, one of the founding members of the Can Ital Ladies Society.

“The men didn’t know what we were up to,” she says. At that time, the only women’s group in town was linked with a church.

Forty five years later, the men and pretty much everyone else in the community know what the women have been up to.

Passing on culture and tradition, raising money for various charities, hosting spaghetti dinners, and cementing friendships.

On Sept. 12, the Can Ital Ladies are holding a dinner different from the others. It’s to mark their 45th anniversary.

Unlike many women’s groups, the Can Ital collective is actually thriving and drawing new members. From the base of about 20 members in 1964, it has grown to about 100.

And, says Franca Cinel, it continues to grow.

Some members have brought their daughters. Others bring friends. Some were born in Italy and immigrated to Canada. Others were born in Canada to Italian parents.

All have a love for the country they live in and the country of their roots.

Malahoff says the society started as a way to keep the culture alive as well as to socialize. They wanted to call it the Canadian Italian Ladies’ Society, but were told by the lawyer drawing up their constitution they couldn’t use the word Canadian.

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In four and a half decades, thousands of dollars have been raised through bake sales, fashion shows, spaghetti dinners and folkfest booths to contribute to health related charities and local organizations including Thrupp Manor, Royal Inland Hospital and Marjorie Willoughby Snowden Memorial Hospice House. Scholarships have gone to high school and university students.

And when new mammography equipment was needed, the women circulated petitions at their fashion show, signed sheets and sheets, and got the job done.

“Our biggest project now is $35,000 for a room at hospice,” says Malahoff.

But also high on their list of proud accomplishments is the women’s trauma room at Royal Inland Hospital. They’ve even had comments from women who have used it.

“It’s not just eating and cooking. It’s community involvement,” she says.

“I feel proud we can give back to the community,” adds Lorraine Espada.

Perhaps it’s the fashion shows that attract the younger members to begin with; other things keep them coming back.

“A lot of the younger women want to keep the culture,” Malahoff says.

The society members are keeping the culture alive as best they can, being thousands of kilometres away from the homeland.

Even rivalries can span the distance.

Gathered at Malahoff’s home to discuss the 45th anniversary, Cinel and Espada tease each other about their geographic origins.

Cinel is from the south but married a man from the north; Espada’s from the north but married a southerner. To make the world even smaller, Cinel’s husband went to school in Italy with Espada’s mother.

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Dear Vicki: There’s really no substitute for the salty, tart, sweet and meaty tastes a good soy sauce can add to a dish, whether it’s a stir fry, marinated meat or noodle bowl.

However, there are recipes for a soy sauce substitute with a somewhat similar look and taste. You make it by blending and simmering ingredients such as meaty beef bouillon or stock, tart vinegar, somewhat sweet and dark molasses and spices.

The end product looks like soy sauce and tastes similar. It doesn’t have to be salty, but you can add as much salt as needed to get the flavour you want. The mixture can be used in any recipe calling for soy sauce.

Vicki knows she must avoid all products that contain soy proteins but, unfortunately, some store bought beef bouillon and stock contain them. So she would have to make it herself or buy a product free of soy. In today’s recipe, I used a brand of beef stock called Kitchen Basics.

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This easy to make substitute can be used as you would real soy sauce.

Preparation time: A few minutes

Cooking time: About 10 minutes

1 cup homemade or low sodium or no salt added store bought beef stock

Place all ingredients, except salt, in a small pot. Bring mixture to a gentle simmer (small bubbles should just break on the surface), and simmer until reduced to about 2 cup. Sea /3 son with salt, if desired, or leave as a low salt condiment. Pour into a tight sealing jar and refrigerate up to 10 days.

Dear Eric: When using milk in a recipe, which type do you use skim, one or two per cent or homo? Does it make a difference in the outcome? In a past column, you included a muffin recipe (mini cranberry muffins), which included 1 cup of milk. Will any type do? And when in doubt, is there a standard one? I also wonder about milk in Yorkshire pudding.

Dear Pam: You’re obviously talking about cow’s milk, and I thought I’d start answering your queries by explaining what the various types are.

When a portion of that fat is removed (skimmed),
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With whole milk being more than 96 per cent fat free, it seems “light” when compared with other dairy products, such as whipping cream, which contains 33 per cent milk fat.

When you taste and compare skim milk with whole milk, however, you will agree the additional milk fat does give it more body and richness.

For example, in Regan Daley’s book In the Sweet Kitchen, she says that although whole milk has fallen out favour for drinking, it is by far the best to use for baking. She writes that the higher fat content can extend shelf life and adds a smoothness and richness lacking with lower fat varieties.

Partially skimmed milk, such as two per cent, can be successfully used in baking and dessert making, Daley says, but she stresses it should not be used when whole milk is specified or in recipes that aim for a richer taste, such as ice cream.

Daley says if a recipe specifies skim milk, that is what you should use to get the moistness and texture the original chef achieved. If you want them to have the finest, richest taste, whole milk will deliver that. And you can enhance the taste by, for example, adding some grated fullflavoured cheese to a white sauce, or by whisking chocolate in a cream pie filling.

Pam, I rarely specify what type of milk to use in a recipe such as the muffin recipe you mentioned. I usually use one or two per cent milk when I’m cooking it’s what I drink and therefore what I have on hand to cook with. In the future,
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The commentators for the last game had a lot to say about a Packers player slamming a receiver to the ground in the fourth quarter. To me, it was just a tackle. Do you think that defenders will soon be penalized for how they tackle?

They already have been, and I’ve seen what Pipkins did get flagged many times over as unnecessary roughness.

Todd from Rochester, NY

Let’s talk about Josh Hawkins.

Hawkins has come a long, long way since that play at the end of the first half vs. Detroit last season in Week 3. He might be the most improved player on the entire roster from last year to this year. McCarthy said he had the highest grade among the corners in the Washington game. His comment about the special teams coaches pushing to get Hawkins active on gameday late last season was enlightening, too.

Scott from Norton Shores, MI

On the play that Rodgers caught the Redskins with 12 men on the field, Bennett was moving forward and was not set at the snap. The ref/replay official is supposed to notice something like that and call it while reviewing the potential defensive infraction, correct? I’m thinking there should have been offsetting penalties there if the play was reviewed correctly.

That’s a rub of the replay system. The false start or illegal motion on the offense, whatever it might have been, isn’t subject to review. If they see it on the replay while looking for the 12 men infraction, they can’t call it, and the opposing coach can’t challenge it. After what happened last night, the officials got their wake up call on free plays. They’re going to be on their guard to call it correctly in Green Bay’s games, similar to the aftermath of the early barrage in 2015. The opposing coaches will be alerting the officials to it in their pregame meetings.

Keith from Greenfield, WI

Where was Josh Jones on Saturday night? With the way the Washington RBs abused the coverage LB, the “nitro” package looks even more important.

He didn’t dress. He got stepped on in practice on Tuesday, wrapped his foot/ankle in ice, came back to practice on Wednesday, but was held out of the game. Washington’s pass offense was entirely predicated on finding a one on one matchup to attack. Their receivers took a back seat to the backs and tight ends.

Chris from Milwaukee, WI

Jeff Janis made several well contested, well covered grabs. No exaggeration here, he looks a lot more polished than I remember. And G mo is pretty incredible after the catch. Very smooth but with surprising jump cut ability.

I wrote about Janis late last week before the game, and he backed it up. Allison’s open field moves were impressive. It’s neat to see young players expand their games. and movie quotes, in reference to Edger Bennett’s ability to run in the slop, “He’s a mudder. His father was a mudder. His mother was a mudder.”

I’m incredibly disappointed I didn’t think of that one myself.

Carly from St. Joseph, MI

We spend a good amount of time talking about rookie RBs learning pass protection. Why is it that these guys haven’t got a solid background of pass protection from their college years?

They have some background, but NFL pressure schemes are more complex than college ones, in terms of offensive players deciphering their assignments. Plus, everything happens faster at this level. It takes in game exposure.

Marin from West Lawn, PA

QB Taysom Hill’s skill set, during the past two preseason games, makes it appear the arrow is pointing up for this young man. However, how much stock do the coaches give for his play, considering he is up mostly against the opponents’ late round picks and street FAs?

The next step for Hill is to get in the game sooner and do what he’s done against better competition. It’s up to the coaches to give him that chance.
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“I had to unlearn a lot of television learning to get into digital programming,” this is how Ekta Kapoor started her keynote at vdonxt asia 2018 (a digital video convention organised by afaqs!). The joint managing director/ creative director, Balaji Telefilms, was on stage to talk about her digital journey with ALTBalaji.

“TV has done a lot for me; it has given me a name and a brand, but in some ways it has also constrained me. There are a lot of limitations when you are making content for television and one of the biggest is that you will have to cater to a full home at one time,” Kapoor added.

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It is her understanding that every individual is different from one another and all have polarised tastes in this polarised society. “In the next couple of years, as more and more shows hit the digital screens, making one show for the entire house will be a little low on priority,” She opined.

“We are very different people when we are with our families. With our mother, with our father, with our children; we try to present ourselves in a certain way. We are different when we are with our friends and we are extremely different when we are alone. Each one of us here has three different personalitiesp; TV, Films and Digital cater to our three different personalities,” she shared.

“When we are watching TV, we do not want our sensibilities to be hurt and the common Indian sensibility is that when we are with our family, we want to uphold our high moral ground. So, when we are with family, we want to be the perfect parents and we want our parents to believe that we are the perfect children. When we are alone, we watch things we believe in or like,” she said about consumer behaviour.

Kapoor believes that what we call digital is actually “personal television” where one watches what he or she wants to watch when they want to watch it. “This medium called digital has given us a chance to create and cater to individuals,” she said.

“When we were launching ALTBalaji we decided we will launch with five different shows catering to five different communities. Out of the five we decided to continue with three and offer them more. Here (on ALT) you don’t need the entire house or the masses to follow your content regularly. If a small community likes your content, mission accomplished,” she added.

“I do not like ‘Crown’ (Netflix) I am a ‘Game of Thrones’ (HBO) audience. I am a Shonda Rhymes fan; you may not think I am an evolved viewer, but that’s okay. I have a medium which respects a viewer like me and offers me what I like and that medium is digital,” Kapoor feels this is how a viewer defines the digital medium.

“When I was entering TV, we used to have the discussion of when you have Doordarshan for free why would someone pay for cable channels and technology being a challenge etc. Well, I used to say back then that it is not the technology that will make everybody pay Rs 250 for channels, it is content that will make it happen. We had ‘Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’ which turned out to be a mass show. I am saying this today it will take one show for all of us to start downloading apps, pay and consume content on digital platforms. Now I might make this content for ALTBalaji or Amazon Prime Video might make it, or Netflix or Viu or Hotstar, but someone will make a show, which will start a wave,” she concluded.
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POCATELLO, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) Helping the world hear.

That the mission of an Idaho State University student. Fernando Espinoza has started a fundraiser to earn money to buy hearing aids for those in need.

He said he grew up lacking some of the privileges that others had, so he has a sense of understanding for those in need. He said the idea for the fundraiser just kind of came to him.

“It kind of started strangely,” Espionza described. “One day I woke up and it just kind of hit me and I told my best friend about it and she thought it was a good idea and two days later, I saw this video of this ten year old boy on Ellen DeGeneres kind of doing a similar thing and I took that as a sign.”

Espinoza, who had been facing some personal trials of his own, decided to turn those trials into a positive situation. He decided to pick himself back up by helping others. So he started researching where the biggest need was and where he could help make a difference.

“There 360 million people in the world who suffer from hearing loss and 32 million of those are kids,” Espinoza said. “And most insurances don cover hearing aids and from talking to audiologists, they told me that hearing aids can vary from $500 to $6000 so that a lot of money to cover.”

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While short selling is not permitted by the Shariah, more and more Islamic institutions and hedge funds claim to offer Shariah compliant shorting solutions. Islamic short selling is often being presented as if it were a major innovation or a significant breakthrough for Islamic finance. In reality, however, basically every contract can be slamisedusing concepts from modern financial engineering. The question is rather how high the transaction costs are, and, especially, whether one regards such mechanics as Shariah compliant, or as just an undesirable ploy, which strikes at the foundations of the objectives of Islamic finance.

This article briefly reviews the characteristics of conventional shorting, before outlining three approaches based on Salam, Arbun and Wa, and discussing the pros and cons of each one of them.

If at any time the broker runs out of shares to borrow, the investor is forced to close out his short position immediately, even if that leads to financial losses for him.

The lender of the asset incurs a credit exposure to the borrower and will thus seek collateral in the form of the cash received by the borrower from the sale of the asset.

As the asset price is likely to fluctuate, usually a collateral amount exceeding the value of the asset, the so called hair cut, is asked for, meaning that the full proceeds of the short sale may not be available to the investor.

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Salam contracts do not entail borrowing the underlying asset from another party. It is likewise not identical to naked shorting, which is usually restricted to a T+3 delivery.

The underlying of a Salam contract can be a single asset or a basket of securities.

Salam is an individual contract between two parties, which does not affect any third parties.

Salam is a fixed term contract.

As a consequence, the investor has no risk of being hort squeezedat some stage in the future.

The price paid in a Salam is usually lower than the asset market price, with the discount accounting for counterparty credit risk.

The selling party accepts a down payment for an asset, just like writing a call option. If the down payment is set on a very high level, close to its market price, the similarity to short selling is increased, as the buyer is economically forced to execute the option even with falling prices, in order to minimise his losses. However, such a high down payment level would be tantamount to paying an excessive option premium, or to a combination of Salam and a forward contract, which makes it unattractive for many counterparties.

Alternatively, the selling party could receive a down payment from a counterparty, combined with a subsequent binding promise, or Wa, by the counterparty to purchase the asset even in case of the market price being below the pre agreed price at maturity. Again, the selling party cashes in on falling prices, even though this structure is not equivalent to short selling.
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The alarmist stories about Buderus’ back, the begging of Andrew Johns to return to the Origin fold (which he inevitably declines), Mal Meninga’s ominous predictions that if Queensland don’t win it could signal the end of league in Queensland and, the biggest laugh of all, it makes heroes of ordinary men.

Come on.

I don’t remember anyone dying on the field defending a maiden’s honour or whatever the deed is that constitutes a hero these days (sneezing within five feet of Eddie McGuire and his cheque book?).

As for league dying in Queensland, what else are they going to do up there? Read books? I don’t think so.

And Andrew Johns?

The Blues begging for his inclusion is just another tactic to distract the league loving public from the realisation Johns isn’t actually in the team any more.

Maybe it’s age, but I just don’t buy it any more.

Don’t get me wrong, I used to look forward to Origin night, but the last time I remember getting excited about it was in the mid ’90s when St George were winning (albeit losing grand finals) and league still had the holy glow of the untouched.

Now it all seems a little tired, soiled and dirty like a drunken uncle.

Boom boom, Dad!

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Although the idea is generally bally hooed (ask any expectant mother), it’s something hardcore sports fans should consider as the northern hemisphere prepares to unleash one of the biggest sporting summers us poor,
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Pull out the pillows and slip on the ugg boots folks, because it’s going to be one very long night for a very long time, here’s a taste: French Open May 28 to June 11; Soccer World Cup June 9 to July 9; Tour de France July 1 to 23; and Wimbledon June 26 to July 9.

Throw in the Wallabies’ international season opener on June 11 and subsequent Tri Nations series and Bledisloe Cup and, to coin Darrell Eastlake, it’s going to be huuuuuge!

I’ve already made preparations, with the purchase of a new heater on the weekend. It’s remote controlled so I won’t have to leave the sofa at all, ever.

Once I get the toasted sandwich maker set up on an extension cord into the lougeroom, the sloth will be complete.

As of next week, don’t call me,
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