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Over time, this realisation could see the Deliveroo share price move back towards 390p.Another element that I think shows that the company is stable for the long run is average monthly orders per customer. This hasn’t changed over several quarters, and is between three and 3.3. If the growth was being driven mostly by consumers staying at home, I’d expect to see more variation in this figure between the different lockdowns.I think global orders can continue to grow with the pursuit of new markets and deepening existing ones. The company was able to raise over £1bn in funding during Q1, giving it cash and cash equivalents of around £1.5bn. This allows the growth strategy to be pursued without the financial constraints that other companies might have.Patience needed on the Deliveroo share priceDespite this positive outlook, the Deliveroo share price hasn’t been moving higher. I think that one major point potential investors are looking for is a turn towards profitability. 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The company intends to use its subsidiary as a vehicle to take part in future licensing rounds conducted by the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy The establishment of the new subsidiary follows the announcement made on 9 December last year (Credit: Pixabay/skeeze) Canada-based oil and gas production company, Zenith Energy has announced the creation of its completely owned Norwegian subsidiary, named as Zenith Energy (Zenith Norway).The establishment of the new subsidiary follows the announcement made on 9 December last year to use the subsidiary as a vehicle to take part in future licensing rounds to be conducted by the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.Additionally, the new subsidiary has been formed to pursue the acquisition of ownership interests in mature energy production fields in Northern Europe.The Canadian oil and gas company intends to mandate a Norwegian law firm to secure pre-qualification status for the acquisition of participating interests in Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) energy production licenses.Zenith Energy is the operator of onshore oil field in AzerbaijanZenith Energy CEO Andrea Cattaneo said: “We are pleased to have formally established our presence in Norway and look forward to successfully obtaining pre-qualification status, the first step towards becoming a licensee.“The Company is exploring a number of avenues to enrich our portfolio at a time of great opportunity for counter-cyclical expansion.”The company is the operator of the giant onshore oil field in Azerbaijan following the signing of a 25-year rehabilitation, exploration, development and production sharing agreement (REDPSA), with State Oil Company of the Republic of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) in 2016.Zenith also operates, or has working interests in many natural gas production concessions in Italy, where it produces natural gas, condensate and electricity.In December last year, the Canadian oil and gas company scrapped its plans to acquire Norway-based oil and gas company Nordic Petroleum, owing to unexpected complications and high costs.Zenith has also acquired Coro Energy‘s producing assets in Italy for a total consideration of £3.9m.The acquisition is expected to position the company as one of Italy’s major natural gas producers and operators.
A Postdoctoral Associate position is available in the Laboratoriesof Neurogenetics & Neuroscience (LNN) in the McKnight BrainInstitute at the University of Florida, focused on geneticdeterminants of brain health and disease. The research is fundedand directed by Prof. Matt Farrer in the Department of Neurology.Over the past 20 years, our team has helped define the geneticetiology of neurodegeneration using a combination of population andpedigree-based molecular genetics (high-throughput sequencing,genotyping and Sanger sequencing), bioinformatics (vcf tools,galaxy, python, perl, java) and applied statistics (R archive,(Plink, Beagle, linkage software). Dr. Farrer is best known for hiscontributions to Parkinson’s disease. The discoveries and insightsgained have improved diagnosis and have led to insightful models toadvance novel therapeutics into clinical trials.The successful applicant would join a team studying the majormolecular genetic determinants of neurologic disease and severalprojects are available (depending upon the aptitude and skill setof the applicant). The appointment represents a superb trainingopportunity to learn/apply a variety of molecular genetic,bioinformatic and statistical techniques for new Fellows or forSenior Fellows looking to make the transition to independentFaculty appointment.LNN is located in a vibrant neuroscience research atmosphere thatincludes the Center for Translational Research in NeurodegenerativeDisease, the Biomedical Sciences Center, the Center forNeurogenetics, the McKnight Brain Institute and the Fixel Institutefor Neurologic Disorders. The successful applicant will joindedicated, experienced and highly motivated teams. The research isfast-paced and exciting, the laboratories are modern andwell-equipped, and there are superb opportunities for advancedtraining in relevant techniques.A recent PhD, MD or MD/PhD, and experience in a field directlyrelevant to human genetics, molecular and/or population genetics.Applicants should have excellent oral and written communicationskills, and experience in the collection and analysis of data.Preferred candidates will have a strong record of productivity fromprevious training. They must have a high level of independence inthe design and execution of in vitro and in vivoexperiments. The position is initially available for one year withthe possibility of annual extensions. Salary will be commensuratewith experience and qualifications.Applications should include a CV, cover letter of intent, and alist of 3 references with contact information. Review ofapplications will begin immediately and will continue untilposition is filled. Questions may be directed to Dr. Matt Farrer [email protected] ; however,applications must be submitted online.All candidates for employment are subject to a pre-employmentscreening which includes a review of criminal records, referencechecks, and verification of education.The selected candidate will be required to provide an officialtranscript to the hiring department upon hire. A transcript willnot be considered “official” if a designation of “Issued toStudent” is visible. Degrees earned from an educational institutionoutside of the United States require evaluation by a professionalcredentialing service provider approved by the National Associationof Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), which can be found at http://www.naces.org/ .The University of Florida is an equal opportunity institutiondedicated to building a broadly diverse and inclusive faculty andstaff. Searches are conducted in accordance with Florida’s SunshineLaw. If an accommodation due to disability is needed in order toapply for this position, please call (352) 392-2477 or the FloridaRelay System at (800) 955-8771 (TDD).#category=35The University of Florida is committed to non-discrimination withrespect to race, creed, color, religion, age, disability, sex,sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status,national origin, political opinions or affiliations, geneticinformation and veteran status in all aspects of employmentincluding recruitment, hiring, promotions, transfers, discipline,terminations, wage and salary administration, benefits, andtraining.
Greencore has announced its food-to-go sandwiches and quiche bakery business has delivered a “good sales performance” in its interim management statement.It said the good weather in the early part of the summer helped drive sandwich sales as well as salads and sushi. Within its UK portfolio, cakes & desserts saw a fall in sales, which was offset by a rise in food-to-go, prepared meals and ambient cooking sauces, with sales 1.8% ahead overall.Its UK Chilled Foods division saw volumes increase 4.4% for the four months to 24 July 2009, compared to the same period last year.The Irish firm said the UK environment remains challenging, however it said there had been a slight improvement in “consumer sentiment” in recent months.Looking ahead, Greencore said it “expects to deliver full year operating profit modestly ahead of FY08 on constant currency basis”.
Christine Tacon: GCA Annual Report and Review 2017 to 2018 (PDF, 2.06MB, 20 pages) Gavin Ellison (YouGov): GCA Annual Sector Survey – the results (PDF, 1.94MB, 24 pages) Christine Tacon: GCA forward look 2018 (PDF, 1.59MB, 13 pages) Darren Blackhurst: Darren Blackhurst – Group Commercial Director at Morrisons (PDF, 126KB, 9 pages) The Groceries Code Adjudicator 2018 Annual Conference took place on 25 June 2018, at Church House, Westminster. Over 250 people registered to attend to hear from the Adjudicator and a range of other speakers about progress over the past 12 months, current Code related issues in the groceries sector and plans for the future.The theme of the conference was “Strong Progress: Fresh Challenges”Speakers and their presentations:
The exams regulator has responded to the update from Pearson on the A level maths exam paper breach with the following statement:An Ofqual spokesperson said: “Students, parents and teachers have been understandably upset by the rare, irresponsible actions of one centre which breached the security of Pearson’s maths exam taken on Friday. This is completely unacceptable. The integrity of the exam system relies on the trust and diligence of exams officers, teachers, students, exam boards and their suppliers and social media companies – the vast majority of whom take seriously their responsibilities. When that trust is breached our priority, and that of exam boards, is to protect the interests of hard working students.“We have a team closely monitoring Pearson’s investigation and its approach to awarding the qualification. Our aim is that the outcomes are fair to students. We have been assured by Pearson’s prompt action on Friday to identify the source of the breach and the involvement of the police. As a result of risks identified during its investigation, Pearson has taken the precautionary decision to protect students by replacing the paper for Thursday’s A level further maths exam.“We will continue to work with the exam boards to make sure the remaining exams of the summer are safely taken. Once results are issued, we will review the summer, including this incident, and consider what more can be done to protect the integrity of the exam system.”
New contracts have prompted Genesis Crafty – which was sold in pre-pack deal a year ago – to invest and take on new staff.The company, which produces the Genesis Crafty range and own-label cakes and breads for retailers including Marks & Spencer and Waitrose, was sold as a private investment to Paul Allen, CEO of Tayto Group, last August.Genesis Crafty is now launching a recruitment drive for 35 staff and investing £750,000 in the business after winning new contracts for all year-round and Christmas products. The positions include machine operators, supervisors, engineers and skilled bakers.The company currently employs more than 350 staff, producing goods including pancakes, scones, cakes and bread.“This shows the significant progress that Genesis has made in the last number of months,” said Allen.“We have consolidated our operations, refined our distribution and sought to build upon the strong relationships that we have with premium retailers across the UK and Ireland.”Allen said this was an “exciting new era for the company”.Genesis Crafty was founded by Joe and Roberta McErlain in 1968.