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The former shoe shop Yallops in St Augustines which has been extensively restored by new owner Tony George and will soon display art exhibitions. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

R Yallop’s family footwear in St Augustine’s Street, between Bari’s hairdresser and the Catherine Wheel pub, closed several years ago and was left to deteriorate, before it was sold for 48,000 by Auction House earlier in the year.

Owner Tony George has spent about four months restoring it and he plans to call the new shop, which will be used as a community gallery space for hire, Yallop’s gallery in memory of the former shoe shop.

Mr George, who also runs the Nunn’s Yard exhibition gallery in the street, said: “When I first came to view the building none of the windows were open and it was completely black.

“Even though it had been closed for many years, it looked as if the last person who ran it had just got out of bed,
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gone for a pint of milk, and never came back. It was full of shoe boxes, price tickets and letters.

“And when I came to restore it, the whole frontage was rotten, but we have used some of the original timber on the front and will reinstate the roller blinds. We are already getting a lot of interest from passers by.”

It’s not the first time Mr George, who is a student at the Norwich University College of the Arts, has restored a property in St Augustine’s Street. He transformed a former convenience store into Nunn’s Yard, and also plans to restore another property in the street, 13a, which is next to Norwich Screen Art.
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When Jonathan Cutler joined eToys in the summer of 1999, he thought he might be at the company forever.

The Los Angeles based online toy seller appeared to be one of the dot com bubble era more promising technology companies. As director of communications, Cutler fielded an ever increasing number of media requests.

was incredible, he said. was a great euphoria in the space and I had a chance to be in an industry and a company that was growing up in front of me. than two years later, the company shut down and Cutler was searching for work. Like many web based businesses back then, eToys wasn turning a profit, which scared off investors. Remember the dot com bust?

Cutler knew that things were bad for months before the firm was shuttered the mood at the office soured and there were layoffs yet he stayed until he got his pink slip and felt terrible when he walked out the door for the last time.

all felt hugely defeated, said Cutler, who now runs JCUTLER Media Group, a communications firm he started in 2006. gave our blood, sweat and tears and we truly believed in it. are plenty of managers and executives with whom Cutler can commiserate. Many once mighty companies Blockbuster, Compaq, Enron to name a few have either closed their doors or been gobbled up by competitors, leaving surprised employees jobless and confused.

Most recently, US cupcake chain Crumbs Bake Shop surprised employees and customers when it said 7 July it would close. The following day, doors of the company 42nd Street store in New York were locked and the store was dark.

Sometimes it obvious that a company is going under. Yet employees often have little or no idea that their company is truly in trouble until the end.

She was responsible for launching a frozen food division. By 2007, frozen foods made up about 50% of total revenue for the multinational company.

At first, Boghossian was living the high life. She travelled across the country in a private jet, she had big expense accounts and her division was growing exponentially.

Then came the Great Recession. Nearly half the staff at Contessa was laid off between 2009 and 2011 and the company began cutting back on benefits such as matching employee 401(k) retirement contributions, spousal benefits and free coffee in the office.

Contessa ran into problems for multiple reasons. One of them, according to Boghossian: The company failed to change along with the industry.

During the recession, more restaurants started selling their own frozen meals. If people wanted to save money by not eating out, they went to the grocery store for a lower cost treat a version of their favourites from places, such as PF Chang said Boghossian.

In just four years, Contessa share of the frozen food industry fell from 80% to 25%. Its combined woes led Contessa to be sold to a private equity firm in 2011.

were number one, but all of these top restaurants made us irrelevant, she said. didn change, we didn get better, we didn innovate. upheaval disruption is hardly unique to food companies. US video rental chain Blockbuster went out of business in part because companies such as Netflix offered streaming online films for a fraction of what it cost to rent movies said Melissa Sonberg, a Montreal based executive in residence at McGill University Desautels Faculty of Management.

was technological disruption that people could see coming at them way back, she said about Blockbuster. pretty easy to see the impact of disruptions like this once it becomes obvious. signs

By 2009, Boghossian saw other signs of trouble.

Production fell it started making products three days a week instead of five and went from two shifts on those days to one and never recovered.

I saw that production was down and continued to get worse not better, that is when I knew the company was in serious trouble, she said.

There another way to tell that the company issues go beyond a sector downturn or recession: it the only one of its peers having problems, said Sonberg. If its competitors are thriving and the economy is growing, then whatever ailing the business is likely company specific.

Cash flow falls

As one of KPMG London based restructuring partners, Roger Bayly has made a career out of identifying troubled companies. His one sure fire way to tell if a company is in trouble: it is haemorrhaging cash.

is king, he said. If there not enough money to keep the business going then it will certainly fold, he said.

It not just poorly run companies that run into cash flow problems, Bayly said. Many promising fast growing operations have also folded because they didn have enough cash to keep expanding.

business can run out of cash when it growing and when it shrinking, he said. not so much about revenue, it about what really happening to their cash. easier to see cash flow at public companies since they report revenues, profits and cash flow numbers. Start by looking at the company quarterly cash flow statement. This document details what cash is coming and what going out. You want to see more dollars entering the business than leaving it, said Bayly.

View image of This cupcake chain shuttered its stores virtually overnight/ (Andrew Burton/Getty) (Credit: Andrew Burton/Getty)

A lack of funds was a big reason why eToys folded, said Cutler. In the year it went bust, the company was actually bringing millions of dollars in revenue, but because the company was expanding quickly, it was also strapped for cash, he explained.

irony is that we were running out of money and couldn raise additional funds, he said. with that revenue, the company was not going to make it. rumours When a company is on its way to going bust, people outside the firm tend to talk and rumours fly, said Sonberg.
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In early November, hosted an event with the Geneva Centre for Security Policy and the Donors and Foundations Networks in Europe (DAFNE) that drew more than forty five people from ten countries to discuss the role of philanthropy in conflict prevention and resolution. The energy around the topic was palpable and there was no shortage of knowledge shared. Here are my top 15 takeaways from the meeting:

1. Less than 1 percent of philanthropic funding is going to peace and security. It true; take a look at the data. Given the currency and the social and economic costs associated with conflicts worldwide, this is a worrying figure. According to former UN secretary general Ban Ki moon, “The economic and financial cost of conflict and violence in 2014 has been estimated to be US$14.3 trillion, or 13.4 percent of the global economy.” So why is this area of work underfunded? Is it because foundations are more risk averse than they like to believe?

2. has the ability to be adaptable, flexible, and take risks. It can play a research and development role in the field of peace and security, but it must respect that this work is high stakes and requires a great deal of flexibility; it is not philanthropy as usual and there are rules to be followed when operating in a sensitive environment. Funders must carefully consider relevant contextual and cultural information when funding and working in conflict affected environments.

3. Without peaceful and secure communities, the climate, humanitarian, and development agendas will not be realized. Conflict, humanitarian disasters, and climate change are interlinked and their effects are unevenly distributed and primarily impact economically disadvantaged communities. These different agendas can’t be realized in isolation, and we won’t make progress without expanding our efforts to prevent and resolve conflict.

4. There are roles for both large and small funders. Some smaller funders feel that the situation is just too complex for them to get involved. However, increasing the availability of small, unrestricted grants can make a critical difference in conflict affected environments, where the context is constantly shifting and flexible funding is key. Larger grants and long term funding are also crucial to ensure the continuity and long term relationships necessary for effective peacebuilding programs. Regardless of size, funders large or small, can support indigenous locally led efforts, provide core support, and commit to the long term.

5. Understanding and working within the local country context is essential. This includes working with local partners and communities of differing capacities. Without it, implementations happen to a community rather than by and for a community. Not enough emphasis can be put on the fact that interventions need to be locally led, or at least co led with local partners. They must also involve working with local communities and actually taking the time to listen.

6. Funders need to be clear about their own value statement. Why are they really there, and what can they honestly offer? Are their resources or connections adding value and do they respond to local community needs?

7. is part of a broader ecosystem and must work and fund in collaboration with other stakeholders as partners. Relationship development and trust are crucial to creating these partnerships and ensuring their success. It goes without saying this takes time, so patience and investment in those relationships are key. One example is the peace process in Colombia, where philanthropy is making key contributions and working with a range of stakeholders. The Saldarriaga Concha Foundation collaborates with USAID implement the Inclusion for Community Development program, which serves people with disabilities who are victims of armed conflict in the Montes de Maria region of northern Colombia. In partnership with Colombia Department for Social Prosperity (DPS) and other local government institutions, the program has helped more than a thousand families overcome extreme poverty. In addition, the program has enabled these families to build and consolidate support networks with community leaders and organizations in the region.” Such efforts demonstrate the importance of multi stakeholder partnerships in designing conflict sensitive development interventions.

8. Long term commitment and relationship building are key. Preventing and resolving conflict requires consistent effort over time. Short term, project based approaches are not well suited to the building of long term, trust based relationships or the achievement of sustainable outcomes. needs to think about how it can make longer term commitments and not exit too early, while not overstaying or deepening dependency.

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10. Social media and technology should be leveraged. Amnesty International is now using satellite imagery to document and improve their response to human rights abuses. In Syria, satellite imagery and sound engineering was used to triangulate and verify accounts from survivors of a prison to create a 3D model of what was happening on the ground.

11. There is a need to better connect existing networks and look for unusual allies. In particular, different types of donors can bring varying levels of flexibility and approaches to funding, which can lead to more opportunities for blended finance and more strategic partnerships. Not one organization will ever have all the funds or all the expertise.

12. The closing space for civil society and cross border giving are major issues. Legal and operational restrictions on civil society organizations, in particular restrictions on foreign funding, are especially prevalent in conflict affected environments. This makes it challenging for funders to work effectively and identify the right local partners, and hence get funds to where they are most needed.

13. Leverage Sustainable Development Goal 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions. The SDGs provide a universal, global framework for development stakeholders to measure their progress against. Juan David Ferreira and Carolina Suarez of AFE Colombia understand the importance of integrating peace throughout the development agenda: “Peace interrelates closely with the SDGs, not only because peace is a specific SDG, but because a peaceful society makes it easier for development actors to engage in closing inequality gaps, work for environmental causes, establish new educational centers and health centers in different areas of the country, build capacity and create new jobs and improve quality conditions particularly in the rural areas of the country.” Want to understand how your organization is working toward achieving the SDGs? Find out here.

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Now that the formalities are over with, and the new council has to start performing, is it possible, in this world, that they’ll all be able to get along? The mayor has been alluding to a focus on “teamwork” in the coming term. The thing about getting along, in civic politics, is not that everyone must agree all the time. Nor does it mean council must do what everybody out there wants it to do, since that’s impossible. No, it means conducting business in a respectful manner, agreeing when possible but disagreeing, when that is necessary, without rancor. The mayor, of course, has the biggest responsibility in seeing that this happens as much as is possible. But there are others on the “team” whose roles will be almost as important, whose talents will be influential in certain situations. These include: KEN CHRISTIAN:He who is said to covet the mayor’s chair three years hence, will be the dour voice of reason and calm, the fellow with practical solutions. He’s the logical one to fill the shoes of John O’Fee, who, besides knowing more obscure facts and quirks of history and science than most, had a keen knack for procedural tactics that were helpful whenever council got bogged down in unproductive debate. PAT WALLACE:The veteran who has said, on occasion, that she’ll keep running as long as people keep electing her or until she’s carted out on a stretcher,
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(facebook) Jacob was a fan of sneakers, according to his foster mother. Police said the argument between Jacob and Michael Crocker was over shoes. (facebook)

He was killed over a pair of kicks.

A 20 year old man was stabbed to death in the Bronx by his mother’s boyfriend a 57 year old ex con after the younger man accused him of stealing his brand new sneakers, cops said Wednesday.

The senseless slaying left victim Malcolm Jacob’s foster mom in a pain stricken rage.

“You didn’t have to kill a kid!” the foster parent cried Wednesday at the Brooklyn apartment she and Jacob shared. “He’s a kid. That’s all he was!”

“I just wish I could hold him if I could just hold him!” she said as tears streamed down her face. “It was easy to love Malcolm. He made it easy for me to love him. He extended his heart to me.”

“His smile, you just wanted to hug him,” she said, reflecting on her murdered foster son. “Just his smile alone brought life and joy.”

Jacob was visiting his biological mother on Merriam Ave. near W. 170th St. Tuesday when he accused boyfriend Michael Crocker of swiping his sneakers, police said.

The argument quickly escalated into a brawl, a police source said.

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Jacob’s killer then ran out of the apartment. He remained at large Wednesday.

Crocker served three years in prison beginning in 1991 after being convicted of robbery, officials said.

Jacob was rushed to Lincoln Hospital, but doctors couldn’t save him.

His foster mom, who wished to remain anonymous, didn’t know what pair of sneakers was stolen, but said the church going Medgar Evers College student, who dreamed of one day becoming a journalist, liked collecting different types of footwear.

“He didn’t care if they cost $2 or $2 million . He just liked sneakers,” she said.

Jacob, who was schizophrenic according to family members, came to live with his foster mom in Canarsie when he was about 16.

Jacob left for a year to live with his foster brother Darian Pressley, but returned to his foster mother’s home in October.

It was not immediately revealed why Jacob was pulled from his biological mother’s home.

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A call to the city’s Administration for Children’s Services about the case was not immediately returned.

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Former Emmerdale actress Leah Bracknell shares moving poem as she continues to battle lung cancerThe actress was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer in September 201601:50, 3 AUG 2017The actress was diagnosed last year (Image: REX) Get soaps updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailLeah Bracknell has shared a touching poem online as she continues to battle cancer.The former Emmerdale actress who played Zoe Tate in the ITV soap for 16 years until 2005 was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer in September 2016.The 53 year old has now posted a moving poem on Facebook which she is thought to have written herself in which she mentions “the pain” and says a “sky full of blessings” is headed her way.It says: “I got me a butterfly net to catch me all the love and beauty and wishes and dreams and black cat kinda luck.Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell reveals terminal lung cancer diagnosis is having a “positive” impact on her life as she starts new medicationThe mother of two currently writes a blog about her journey entitled Something Beginning With C and recently shared a photograph of herself looking frail as she enjoyed a walk.A post written in May says: “Every morning, I open my eyes, and the first thing I say to myself is: Thank you for my life. Every damn bit of it. Why not? I am alive, I have my family, a roof over my head, food in my belly, and love and support. That makes me pretty rich.”Thank you for my life. Thank you for my Life.”Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterSoaps NewsletterShopping adviceSavvy shopper reveals best times of day to visit Primark, Zara, Mango and Topshop to beat crowds and get new itemsIf you time it well, you could have an advantage over other shoppersDarren DayJustice to go! Darren Day OWNS Twitter troll who accused him of attention seeking in Costa coffeeThe performer, who’s currently starring in Peter Pan at Hull’s New Theatre, took no nonsenseLove IslandLove Island’s Jamie Jewitt rages at weeping Camilla Thurlow as body language expert dismisses his explanation for rowThe pair were seen arguing outside The Charge II boxing fundraiser at The Lindley HallLauren GoodgerLauren Goodger’s startling new look has shocked fans hinting she has reconciled with jailbird loverThe TOWIE star, who has split from jailbird boyfriend Joey MorrisonTeachersLecturer slammed after getting down on her knees and demonstrating on student how to put condom on with your mouthThe lecturer was filmed putting a condom onto a plastic penis being held by a shell shocked student in BrazilCourt caseSchoolboy is ‘beaten by Pakistani men for dating a girl from their family who told him “Don’t mess with our blood”‘The Bengali student was taken prisoner by the Pakistani girl’s uncle, before her father, brother and cousin all joined in the attack, a court heardFIFA Club World CupReal Madrid vs Gremio LIVE score and goal updates from Club World Cup final in Abu DhabiGareth Bale stepped off the bench to score the winner in the semi final victory over Al Jazira in midweek
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The business began when Tsakalos worked as a truck driver for Athens Bakery, where he met Steve Paterakis, a baker, whose daughter he married in 1942.

In 1943, the two men later bough Olga and Son Bakery in east Baltimore and reopened under the name H Bakery “H” for Harry and “S” for Steve. The business grew into one of the largest bakers on the East Coast, producing more than 100 varieties of breads, rolls and specialty items.

The business has remained in the family as Tsakalos’ son, Nicholas, and Paterakis and his four sons Steve, Bill, John and Chuck continue to run the company. Tsakalos’ three grandsons Harry, Michael and Christopher represent the third generation working for the company.

Tsakalos is survived by his wife of 70 years, Liberty, his son, Nicholas, and his wife, three grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Tsakalos was the second oldest of nine brothers. His brother, James, survives him.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Tsakalos’ memory to the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation, 24 W. Preston St., Baltimore, MD 21201.

Memorial gifts may also be made to the IOCC Foundation earmarked to the “Harry and Liberty Tsakalos Endowment,” 110 West Road, Suite 360, Baltimore, MD 21204.
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