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GMCR to release first quarter results February 1

first_imgGreen Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMCR), a leader in specialty coffee and coffee makers, today announced that the Company plans to announce financial results for its fiscal 2012 first quarter in a press release to be issued following the close of the financial markets on Wednesday, February 1, 2012. These results are widely anticipated as GMCR stock fell from over $100 per share to under $50 late last year under a barrage of investor opposition to its business practices and a class action suit, and because of what Wall Street felt was disappointing 2011 financial results. The stock closed January 10, 2011, at $47.99 after a high of $115.98 on September 20, 2011.In conjunction with this announcement, GMCR will publish management’s prepared remarks on its quarterly results. These prepared remarks will be provided via a Current Report on Form 8-K and also posted under the events link in the Investor Relations section of the Company’s website at www.GMCR.com(link is external).The Company will host a conference call with investors and analysts on Wednesday, February 1, 2012 at 5 pm ET. As a result of publishing prepared remarks in advance of the live call, the conference call will include only brief remarks by management followed by a question and answer session.The live conference call will be simultaneously webcast and will be accessible from the events link in the Investor Relations portion of the Company’s website:http://investor.gmcr.com/events.cfm(link is external). The webcast will be archived for replay following the conclusion of the live event. Individuals who prefer not to use the internet for either the live call or the replay can call the Investor Services Department at GMCR, (802) 882-2899, to make alternate arrangements to hear the call by telephone live or the replay through Sunday, February 5, 2012.About Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMCR)As a leader in specialty coffee and coffee makers, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMCR), is recognized for its award-winning coffees, innovative brewing technology, and socially responsible business practices. GMCR supports local and global communities by offsetting 100% of its direct greenhouse gas emissions, investing in sustainably-grown coffee, and donating at least five percent of its pre-tax profits to social and environmental projects.GMCR routinely posts information that may be of importance to investors in the Investor Relations section of its website, including news releases and its complete financial statements, as filed with the SEC. The Company encourages investors to consult this section of its website regularly for important information and news. Additionally, by subscribing to the Company’s automatic email news release delivery, individuals can receive news directly from GMCR as it is released.last_img read more

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Wenger backs Theo to bounce back

first_imgArsenal manager Arsene Wenger is in no doubt that England forward Theo Walcott has the character to return “as strong as ever” from the knee injury which shattered his World Cup dream. Wenger, though, is confident Walcott’s “balanced” personality can help him recover fully from such a devastating setback. “Theo is handling it as well as you can when you have had such a shock because he is mentally strong, is very balanced as a person and he can put it into perspective,” Wenger said on Arsenal Player. “We know that he will have the dedication and the serious attitude to come back as strong as ever.” Wenger added: “He has surgery and then it’s rehab. You know that it is six months and that you hope it all goes well. The only thing I can say is it’s very sad news for us and above all for him.” Despite Wenger’s positive rhetoric for the future, the Gunners boss concedes the serious injury to Walcott removes a potent weapon in his team’s attack, with the former Southampton man having netted five goals since his return from a stomach injury. “We lost a very talented player, a very intelligent player and a player who was just grabbing his form again,” the Arsenal manager continued. “From game to game he became more influential, you have seen a complete player. “He can always decide a game through a final ball or through a goal. Sometimes in the same game he does both. The 24-year-old is set to be sidelined for six months after suffering anterior cruciate ligament damage when making a defensive tackle in the FA Cup third-round win over Tottenham on Saturday. Walcott’s loss is a major blow for both club and country, with the pacy forward set to have been a key part of England manager Roy Hodgson’s plans in Brazil this summer. “I felt against Tottenham he had a very convincing performance because he integrates well our style of play as he has been here for so many years now. “When we combine at a high pace he is involved in it because he understands exactly what we want to do.” Arsenal will now have to plan for the rest of the campaign without the electric pace of Walcott, but the imminent return of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from his own five-month lay-off with a knee injury and the emergence of German starlet Serge Gnabry – said to have sparked interest from Borussia Dortmund – does provide Wenger with options. Wenger said: “It has been five months where he has been completely out, so that means he is fresh and that should give us a boost.” Arsenal are understood to be looking to bring in back-up for lead striker Olivier Giroud during the transfer window, although Wenger concedes pushing through a big-money transfer such as Atletico Madrid’s Diego Costa – at this time of the season – is historically difficult. “[Walcott’s injury] has accelerated speculation first and of course my desire as well – but let’s not forget about Serge Gnabry who can play in the first team,” the Arsenal manager added. “We have Oxlade-Chamberlain back and we have many other players who can play on the flanks so to find better solutions than what we have internally will not be easy. “Up front we lose Theo as a potential central forward and that’s maybe where we have to look outside, but we hopefully have (Nicklas) Bendtner back in three weeks. “We are there for the opportunities, but it is very difficult at the moment.” Wenger revealed midfielder Aaron Ramsey and defender Kieran Gibbs were “very close” to making comebacks, although captain Thomas Vermaelen is doubtful because of a knee injury sustained in the FA Cup tie against Spurs. Arsenal could be usurped at the top of the table by title rivals Chelsea and then Manchester City before they kick off at Aston Villa on Monday night. Midfielder Tomas Rosicky, however, maintains the Gunners have the maturity to last the distance through to May. “This team has more experience than it did in the past. We have [Per] Mertesacker – and[Mesut] Ozil, who won things in Madrid – and the other experienced boys like Mikel [Arteta] and [Mathieu] Flamini,” the Czech playmaker said. “Plus the English boys are not kids anymore, they gained experience through the years of playing here, so that is why I think we have the maturity to do it this year.” Press Associationlast_img read more

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Barnwell sparks Guyana Jaguars to massive UDECOTT T10 win

first_img… beat South-Central by 8 wickets at Brian Lara Cricket AcademyBy Brij ParasnathEXPLOSIVE big-hitting has become the norm of modern-day cricket. And while cricket fans have been disappointed in the many low-scoring matches in the current ICC World Cup matches, Guyana Jaguars all-rounder Christopher Barnwell displayed his power stroke-making ability in grand fashion during a fine exhibition of calculated big-hitting against a combined South-Central outfit, in the opening match of the inaugural UDECOTT T10 match, contested at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, on Friday evening.With Guyana Jaguars set 84 runs to win from the allotted 10 overs, the sturdy built Barnwell lighted up the evening skyline with his right-handed pyrotechnics that sent the white ball sailing into orbit and well beyond the boundary markers and into the stands on eight occasions, as he raced to an unbeaten 57 off only 16 deliveries.Barnwell had replaced former West Indies ODIs opener Chandrapaul Hemraj (1×4 off six balls) who departed centre-stage with only five runs to his name. His lofted stroke ended into the hands of Kjorn Ottley off the bowling of T&T’s leg-spinner JonRuss Jagessar.Ottley accepted the catch gleefully just inside the boundary while his teammates and the supportive crowd cheered lustily. The Jaguars were nine for one wicket. And if there were any thoughts of more quick wickets tumbling after the dismissal of left-handed opener Trevon Griffith who joined his partner Hemraj at the team’s hut on the northern side of the iconic stadium, Barnwell dispelled those emotional fantasy with his clean purposeful hitting that hastened the commanding victory with 21 balls remaining.Barnwell was spurred into his big-hitting ways after his DCC clubmate Griffith was bowled by former West Indies Under off-spinner Jyd Goolie for 14 that contained one six and a four off six deliveries. The scoreboard showed that the Jaguars were 20 for 2.Barnwell was joined by captain Leon Johnson and he took a special liking for the floated deliveries from Goolie, whom he smashed for three huge sixes. He repeated a similar feat with three gigantic maximums off T&T’s spinner Mark Deyal, who was introduced at the southern end. Johnson played a watchful role and finished with 12 not out (1×4) off eleven deliveries while Barnwell blazed to a hurricane unbeaten 57, as the Guyanese contingent signalled their intention to win the TT$75 000 first prize in the four-team series.Barnwell’s 50 (1×4, 7×6) was scored off 15 deliveries. His eighth six was the winning stroke after he registered the first fifty of the tournament.The second match between a formidable North-Tobago and Windwards Hurricanes was abandoned without a completed innings when a heavy downpour left the outfield in an unplayable state.Windwards had reached 61 for 6 after 8.3 overs when the deluge forced the players off the field. And although the showers stopped, too much water forced the organisers to abandon play for the rest of the evening.It was a major disappointment for the ardent fans who showed up with the expectation of plenty fireworks from West Indies and T20 superstars Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo and Sunil Narine who were members of the North-Tobago team.Pollard is serving as captain of the team that also includes established players Rayad Emrit, Yannic Cariah, Akeal Hosein, Tion Webster and Khary Pierre.The Hurricanes were shocked into disbelief when left-arm spinning all-rounder Akeal Hosein produced a magical spell to claim four wickets in his two-over spell without conceding a single run and left the visitors stunned at 5 runs for 4 wickets after three overs.Hosein bowled West Indies T20 player Andre Fletcher with a quicker one with the first ball of the match and then shattered the stumps of Kavem Hodge three balls later. It was a sensational start for the QPCC player, as he repeated the feat in his second over and third of the innings.He bowled opener Desron Maloney for a solitary single and then forced Dillon Douglas to offer a simple return catch. He left the arena completely dumbfounded as their dreams of a positive start against the star-studded North-Tobago outfit became a nightmarish experience.Junior Henry and Ryan John averted further disaster and stitched together an 18-run fifth-wicket partnership. Henry made eight runs off eleven balls before Ryan Emrit sent him marching forlornly to the pavilion, caught by wicketkeeper Joshua DaSilva.John was joined by West Indies Under-19 player  Alick Athanaze and together they restored some respectability to the proceedings. John struck three boundaries off 17 balls while Athanaze did better with four fours off nine deliveries.They featured in an encouraging 31-run sixth-wicket stand when John, the top-scorer with 25; exited by offering Terrence Hinds a return catch. Athanaze was not-out on 20 while Keron Cottoy was undefeated on 7 when the showers thundered down and eventually forced the abandonment.There were four matches yesterday and the final will be contested this afternoon at the same venue.last_img read more

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Damir Dzumhur is finishing the Season as the 30th Player in the World

first_imgGregor Dimitrov defeated Richard Gasquet in Paris and won the ATP Tournament and in that way enabled Damir Dzumhur to advance to the 30th position of the ATP list.Dimitrov achieved the result 6: 4, 6: 4, and we recall that Damir Dzumhur decided to not participate in this tournament because of his injury.This is Dzumhur’s highest ranking in his career.The best Bosnian tennis player Damir Dzumhur has the best career season behind him. He also won his first two ATP titles in 2017.(Source: Radiosarajevo.ba)last_img read more

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Lucky mother wins trip to Queens, NY for Jubilee celebrations

first_imgThe winner of a collaborated promotion between Western Union and Caribbean Airlines, on ThursdayFrom left to right: Winner Nandaney Budram receives her plain tickets from Caribbean Airlines’ representative Dion Inniss, while Western Union’s Reena Williams looks onexpressed sheer jubilation after receiving her prize of an all-expense paid nine-day return trip to the United States to participate in Guyana’s 50th Independence Anniversary Celebrations in Queens.According to the Marketing Assistant of Western Union, Reena Williams, the promotion commenced on 25 April and ended on 20 May. She highlighted that within the promotional period, anyone who used their Western Union card to transact business was automatically eligible.The winner, Nandaney Budhram expressed appreciation towards Western Union and Caribbean Airlines and pronounced that she was oblivious to the promotion, thus being sceptical when she was informed she had won.“I am so very happy. I can’t even express. When I was called and told that I won, I wasn’t sure, because, you know, a lot of fraud is going on. I didn’t even know there was a promotion or anything. But I’m so very happy and thankful,” Budhram said.Western Union Marketing Officer, Christel Vansluytman explained that the winning package entails an all-expense paid trip and accommodation for two to New York, along with US$800 pocket money.Caribbean Airlines Sales Executive Deon Innis extended congratulations to Budhram and encouraged her to “enjoy the opportunity to the fullest.”last_img read more

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