NYK replaces execs as losses hit $398.4MNippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line), one of the world’s largest shipping lines, has replaced its top three executives, after the company reported a net loss of Y44.5 billion or $398.4 million in fiscal year 2018. NYK Chairman Yasumi Kudo will become the Special Advisor while NYK President Tadaaki Naito will take the position as the new chairman Naito’s tenure as president will come to an early end, and the move to become NYK chairman in Japanese corporate culture is a largely ceremonial role en route to retirement. His position as president will be taken by Hitoshi Nagasawa, 61, who has been with NYK since 1980. After consulting with the Nomination Advisory Committee, the Board resolved a change of its chairman, president and Representative directors at the board of directors’ meeting.“We continue to take quick and steady actions to execute the measures in line with the Medium-Term Management Plan … [Read more...] about NYK replaces execs as losses hit $398.4M
Catch up on the latest from around the NBA as we take a look at who has helped their stock most in the last few weeks. by Juan Carlos Blanco 49s ago • 4 min read Whose stock is trending up or down? Here's the Fantasy Basketball Stock Watch: GUARDS GAINING VALUEJustise Winslow, MIA: Winslow has been thriving in his role as the primary ball handler for the Heat in the absence of Goran Dragic (knee), a role that's led to the third-year pro racking up a trio of 20-point efforts, including a near triple-double, in three of his last four games. The 22-year-old has also complemented his offense with an uptick in steals, compiling 11 swipes alone over that four-game period. Malik Beasley, DEN: Gary Harris' hip injury played a significant part, but Beasley's recent surge has put him on the Fantasy map moving forward. The 22-year-old appears to have carved himself out a sizable backcourt rotation role with contributions that include three 20-point … [Read more...] about Fantasy Basketball Stock Watch: Who’s up, who’s down in the NBA in Week 12
Rumors 30 // 07 Dec 2018, 21:39 IST SHARE What's the rumor?According to a new report, the New York Knicks are not preparing a trade for John Wall. The Wizards man is believed to be available for trade, although NBA reporter, Ian Begley, has refuted earlier rumors that the Knicks were interested in the Wizards guard:Knicks haven’t had any internal discussions about a potential trade for John Wall; a report earlier said there was belief around the NBA that NYK would make a significant push for a Wall dealToday's Wizards rumors do not end there, as the Sacramento Kings are being linked with Otto Porter Jr. NBC Sports California reports that the Kings have had a longtime interest in the 25-year-old, and they are now willing to make a trade if the price is right.In case you didn't know...John Wall is a 5-time All-Star who is among the best point guards in the NBA. The 28-year-old was the first pick of the 2010 draft, and this season he is … [Read more...] about NBA Rumors: Knicks not interested in John Wall, Kings want Otto Porter Jr.
Jason DeCrow/Associated Press The New York Knicks are reportedly interested in bringing John Wall to the Big Apple. Marc Berman of the New York Post reported the Knicks are "stocking up" their young assets and could attempt to trade for Wall if he becomes available via trade. Berman reported the Knicks would offer Frank Ntilikina, Damyean Dotson, Courtney Lee, a 2020 first-round and second-round pick as part of a three-team swap. This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available. Get the best sports content from the web and social in thenew B/R app. Get the app and get the game. … [Read more...] about Knicks Rumors: NYK Believed to Be Collecting Assets for Possible John Wall Trade
You have to take risks to beat Alabama in a big game, but Kirby Smart’s foolish call for a fake punt cost Georgia their shot to upset the Crimson Tide. Kirby Smart deserves a lot of credit for getting Georgia to the SEC Championship game, but Mercedes-Benz Stadium may forever be known as his personal house or horrors. His decision to call a fake punt late in the fourth quarter of Saturday night’s clash against Alabama will be criticized for a long time. The storybook return of Jalen Hurts will be what Alabama fans always remember, but Georgia supporters will always point to the fake punt as the play that cost them the game. With three minutes to go in the game the prudent play would have been to try to pin Alabama deep with a punt. Instead, Smart tried to outsmart Nick Saban by running Justin Fields up the middle. On 4th and 11, Georgia dialed up this fake. pic.twitter.com/FBB8DuG2Kp — CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 2, 2018 It didn’t work and it gave … [Read more...] about Kirby Smart cost Georgia the SEC, Playoff berth with costly fake punt