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sunset in trakoscan…. roberto pavic
Morning at Two Jack Lake by Carl Pan on Fivehundredpx
Banff, Alberta, Canada
Moon Bridge in the Japanese Gardens ~ Fort Worth Botanical Gardens
WATCHING ~ Nasser Osman|
|THE LAST WOOLLY mammoth roamed the Earth some 4,000 years ago, but even now, they are hunted. Men roam the arctic, boring through the permafrost and excavating the remains of these mighty creatures in search of their ivory tusks. It’s risky, but lucrative, work.|
|It's Martin Luther King, Jr. Day n the US today so the markets are closed.|
|Headline: FCC's Wheeler gives passionate defense of net neutrality rules
Link to video in the artcle.
Quote: Tom Wheeler, chairman of America's comms watchdog the FCC, has given a passionate defense of net neutrality rules in his last public speech – and warned his fellow commissioners not to go backwards by removing them.
Commentary: I've just pulled the first line at the quote as I couldn't chose from many interesting points in the article. Relevance to Arris? I would just be reading tea leaves but any news that promotes interest in this sector may encourage a serious evaluation of Arris's prospects.|
|The forests of beech, oak, and ash trees that dot the Danish countryside erupt in shades of orange and gold each fall. As beautiful as it is to see from the forest floor, it’s even more impressive from above. “When you look down, the colors are more dense,” says Danish photographer Michael B. Rasmussen. “You see much more of them at once.”|
|Kevin Frayer’s photographs of illegal Chinese steel factories look like postcards from the dawn of the Industrial Revolution. Thick smoke spews out of tall stacks, steam rises from vast pits, and molten steel flows across the ground like lava. All around, men toil without even basic protective gear. “It was like stepping back in time,” says Frayer, who spent four days at two steel factories in Inner Mongolia in early November. “The way of working seemed unchanged and unaffected by technology.”|
|Full Grown: Trees Grown into Furniture and Art Objects|
|Little Mertens Falls, Western Australia, by Tony Budge
moss-covered landscape at Couran Cove, South Stradbroke Island, SE Queensland, Australia
Chinese architecture via ????|
|Very interesting Andy|
|Looks like Arris are eying up the next acquisition.|
|Bruno’s Art & Sculpture Garden in the rainforest, Marysville, Victoria, Australia|
|Companies in this market do not tend to slip on the same banana skins in the same way.|
|That was quite a slide today..|
|Technicolor trading update makes fairly grim reading for Connected Home. Let's hope their loss was Arris' gain, although Arris also called out the S. American currency problems on this afternoon's webcast.
From the Technicolor update re Connected Home:
"Connected Home will generate an Adjusted EBITDA of approximately €215 million, below Group expectations as a result of lower than anticipated revenues..."
"The fourth quarter revenue performance was affected by two main drivers:
- The devaluation of the Latin American currencies versus the US dollar accelerated in November, particularly in Mexico, resulting in substantial capex reductions in the region.
- A reduction of capex decided by two large US customers.
"The component shortages mentioned in the third quarter of 2016 were only resolved late in the fourth quarter, thus the Group did not catch up on any missed revenues."
"Overall Connected Home will record revenues for the full year of 2016 down approximately 12% compared to 2015 on a Pro forma basis."
"In addition, the Group will be affected, as the rest of the industry, by the global pricing pressure on memory chips which started in the fourth quarter of 2016."
|thanks 1gw, any comment re 2017 outlook...hopefully remains strong??|
|Pretty upbeat I thought. Seems to think 2016 went well, forex headwinds notwithstanding. Also seems ready to consider the next acquisition, with something in wireless featuring high up the wishlist.|
|Webcast just starting.|
|Porto District, Portugal.
Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong.
Verona - Italy (by Ella)
Spring in Manarola / Italy (by barros44)
A Forest of Blue by JakeSpain on Deviant Art
Sotolin at Sunset|