BBC News 24
12 minutes
Now, this is the big problem, then. Sunday night into Monday, watch how that fog forms. It will be extensive across many areas of England, into Wales as well. Freezing fog in places as well, so quite dangerous on the roads. Factor that into your travel plans on Monday and Tuesday. The fog in some rural areas could persist all through the day, maybe not just rural areas, towns and cities as well.
BBC News 24
43 minutes
Mild across the west with a bit more cloud and spots of light rain and drizzle coming and going. This is the problem. Sunday night into Monday. Watch how the fog forms. It will be extensive across many areas of England and into Wales. Freezing fog in places as well, so quite dangerous on the roads. Factor that into travel plans. The fog in some rural areas could persist through the day.
ITV4
5 hours
Deterrent factor prevents Hall from launching his offence. right-hander. Hall has to push Arnfield back. Get him on the ropes. Get square and attack his body. With Arnfield in the centre of the ring and a bigger range of movement, he can box from distance, in control. The impression can box from distance, in control. In the details, very often, is.
The Huffington Post
5 hours
Establishing and maintaining the right company culture is a major key to success in any business these days, especially with the growth of the millennial generation of workers. It has a huge impact on productivity, as well as morale and loyalty to the company. In this age of interactive social media, your culture image quickly spreads to customers, and determines their loyalty. Everyone knows and admires the leaders , including Google and Zappos, but most entrepreneurs have only a fuzzy idea of what to do to get there. If you are looking for specifics, as well as the science behind it, you should take a look at a new book, " Trust Factor - The Science of Creating High-Performance Companies ," by Paul J. Zak. He says trust is the key to a good culture. Zak is the director of the Center for Neuroeconomics Studies at Claremont Graduate University, and he has studied the connection between trust and performance all over the world.
The Economic Times
6 hours
UP goes for a triangular contest with BSP, BJP & SPYouth could well prove to be the determining factor in UP, beyond caste and community.
The Huffington Post
8 hours
Rapidly declining employment in the coal industry is another example where technological change is the main factor, while climate change and now even China are being blamed. In a masterful but irrational readjustment of facts, Donald Trump once tweeted, "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive." The decline in employment in the coal industry is partly due to climate change, but the main culprit is innovation in energy production. Due to innovations in fracking, natural gas is not only now much more competitive for use as an energy source in manufacturing, it is also cleaner. Coal, like Kodak's old Brownie camera, is being innovated out of business. In 1960, Harvard professor Theodore Levitt wrote an essay in Harvard Business Review titled "Marketing Myopia." In the essay, Levitt refers to the destruction of buggy whip industries due to the advent of the automobile.
The Washington Times - Olympics
8 hours
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) - LeBron James says Gregg Popovich taking over as coach of the U.S. Olympic team will be a factor in whether he plays in the 2020 Tokyo Games. James has won two Olympic gold medals, but he skipped last summer's Rio de Janeiro Games to get rest ...
Sky News
9 hours
Yes, he made that comment in an interview and when pushed, he said that women who have abortions should be punished. And there was absolute outrage over that suggestion. The idea is that is the last person who should be punished. Women here don't want abortion to be made illegal, but it is a dividing factor, because a lot of women said they felt they could not get involved in today's March because it supports abortion rights, or the right to choose.
TIME - Top Stories
9 hours
One organizer said hatred, bigotry and racism are not only America's problems. The idea for the women's march took off after a number of women posted on social media in the hours after Trump's election about the need to mobilize. Hundreds of groups quickly joined the cause, pushing a wide range of causes, including abortion rights, gun control, climate change and immigrant rights. While the march organizers' mission and vision statement never mentions Trump and stresses broad themes, including the message that women's rights are human rights, the unifying factor among those turning out appeared to be a loathing for the new president and dismay that so much of the country voted for him. Friday's unrest during the inauguration led police to use pepper spray and stun grenades to prevent the chaos from spilling into Trump's formal procession and the evening balls.
TIME - Top Stories
9 hours
One organizer said hatred, bigotry and racism are not only America's problems. The idea for the women's march took off after a number of women posted on social media in the hours after Trump's election about the need to mobilize. Hundreds of groups quickly joined the cause, pushing a wide range of causes, including abortion rights, gun control, climate change and immigrant rights. While the march organizers' mission and vision statement never mentions Trump and stresses broad themes, including the message that women's rights are human rights, the unifying factor among those turning out appeared to be a loathing for the new president and dismay that so much of the country voted for him. Friday's unrest during the inauguration led police to use pepper spray and stun grenades to prevent the chaos from spilling into Trump's formal procession and the evening balls.
Red Bull
10 hours
BBC News 24
10 hours
Let's listen to what's going on in Washington. No, we have moved to Edinburgh now. The pink hats are a unifying factor across the marches. Over 600 marches across the globe. The organisers expect over 2 million people in all to protest. Back well, expected in Washington, DC today.
Herald Courier
11 hours
Hackaday
11 hours
In the almost five years since the launch of the original Raspberry Pi we have seen a huge array of competitors emerge in the inexpensive single board computer market. Many have created their own form factors, but an increasing number have gone straight for the jugular of the fruity board from Cambridge by copying its form factor and interfaces as closely as possible. We've seen sterling efforts from the likes of Banana Pi, Odroid, and several others, but none have yet succeeded in toppling it from its pedestal. The ASUS Tinker specification. The latest contender in this arena might just make more of an impact though, because it comes from a major manufacturer, a name you will have heard of. Asus have quietly released their Tinker, board that follows the Pi form factor very closely, and packs a 1.8 GHz quad-core ARM Cortes A17 alongside an impressive spec we've captured as an image for this article.
The Huffington Post
11 hours
The key factor that is going to set in course all the dominos of Europe is Brexit. A sovereign peop le chose ... to decide its destiny itself, Le Pen said. The second coup did not come long after: the e le ction of Mr Trump to the presidency of the United States ... his position on Europe is c le ar: he does not support a system of oppression of peop le s, she added. In a joint interview with the Times of London and the German newspaper Bild published on Monday, Trump said the EU had become a vehic le for Germany and predicted that more EU member states would vote to le ave the bloc as Britain did last June. Populist anti-immigration parties are on the rise across Europe as high unemployment and austerity, the arrival of record numbers of refugees and militant attacks in France, Belgium and Germany feed voter disillusionment with traditional parties.
Herald Courier
11 hours
Voice Of America
12 hours
While Russia supports prospective nuclear arms cuts, they should be proportional and not upset the nuclear parity between Russia and the U.S., which “plays a critical role in ensuring global stability and security,” Peskov said. He noted that different composition of Russian and U.S. nuclear forces is a factor that needs to be carefully considered in negotiations. Asked to comment on Trump's recent interview with the Times of London in which he indicated that he could end sanctions imposed on Russia imposed after the 2014 annexation of Crimea in return for a nuclear arms reduction deal, Peskov said the two issues are hard to link. Peskov emphasized the U.S. role in settling the nearly six-year conflict in Syria, where Trump has offered to pool efforts with Russia in fighting the Islamic State group. “It's quite obvious that it's impossible to constructively solve the Syrian problem without the U.
MacRumors
12 hours
BBC One London
13 hours
It is surprisingly have not been there yet. We have got to turn it around. A good result midweek, so hopefully we can spring of that. Sam is famous for his bounce factor.
BBC One London
13 hours
Hopefully he will put it all behind him and he will get fit and he will add that pace and quality to Stoke. I am happy for him that he has put the West Brom factor behind him and he can concentrate on Stoke.
BBC One London
13 hours
So they are missing Sadio Mane. It is a big factor for them to get Coutinho back. I don't think there is panic in Liverpool, because they have only scored two goals in four games.
The Economic Times
16 hours
But the industry is hopeful that the implementation of GST, lower home loan interest rate regime and fiscal benefits for taxpayers will infuse a “feel good factor” – an important parameter for the revival of the industry. Read More (Ritesh Jain, formerly a top-ranked fund manager, is the founder of worldoutofwhack.com.)
The Economic Times
18 hours
The Bolton News
19 hours
MORE than 100 people have been seeking a chance to step up to the mic for Bolton's own version of the X-Factor.