Showing posts from September, 2015

xodyne leads to Blackmotor Corporation to closed

After Trisha Woods and James Black left Tree Top Industries and then the collapse of the Company it would appear that Xodyne Corporation has taken on a similar fate.  The shares certificates that were issued by Prima Capital Group Inc., just might be wallpaper.
Now it appears that all  have surfaced again as Blackmotor Corporation with a possible association and financed through President Corporate Group and managed through Northwest Management. More to follow.  It now appears that Blackmotor Corporation has also shut down as of Dec. 1 2011.  We will see what James Black can come up with for 2012 for a another company in this never ending story?
Looks like they are back at it again in the drone business and with Trisha Woods too!
Las Vegas, Nevada Area - ‎Owner at Air Nautical - Drone Specialist View James Black CSE's professional profile on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is the world's ... Air Nautical - Drone Specialist,; DataSpace Corporation. Previous. Microsoft.

Sprint Corp (S.N) will not join the U.S. government's auction

A person walks by a Sprint store in Pasadena, California May 4, 2015. Sprint Corp will report its first-quarter results as it continues to step up new promotions and pricing plans to attract subscribers in the middle of its turnaround plan. REUTERS/MARIO ANZUONI Sprint Corp (S.N) will not join the U.S. government's auction of airwaves set for early 2016, as it has adequate airwaves to currently build out its network and for its future needs, the company said on Saturday. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is gearing up to auction off valuable 600 megahertz airwaves that can travel long distances and penetrate buildings, to wireless carriers, which are clamoring for faster speeds for data-guzzling customers. Sprint will not participate as its current holdings of airwaves are "sufficient" for its ongoing network upgrade effort and to serve customers in the future, it said in a statement, making it the first U.S carrier to announce it will sit out of the auction. &…

Ballard Power Announces $17M Deal to Provide Fuel Cell Power Products for ~300 Buses in China

Ballard Power Announces $17M Deal to Provide Fuel Cell Power Products for ~300 Buses in China
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signed a new long-term license and supply agreement with an existing partner in China, Guangdong Synergy Hydrogen Power Technology Co., Ltd. ("Synergy"), to provide fuel cell Power Products and Technology Solutions in support of the planned deployment of approximately 300 fuel cell-powered buses in the cities of Foshan and Yunfu, China. The deal has an estimated initial value of $17 million through 2016, with the opportunity for significant recurring royalties starting in 2017. The agreement includes supply and sale of fully-assembled fuel cell power modules, ready-to-assemble module kits, a technol…

5 Ways Reading Makes You a Better Leader

5 Ways Reading Makes You a Better Leader The Science Behind Reading and Influence
Pollsters say reading is in decline. As an author and former publishing executive, the statistics make me wince. But I’m optimistic for another reason.
Courtesy of iStock/mattjeacock Why? A readership crisis is really a leadership crisis. And for people who know how to respond, crisis is just another way of saying opportunity.
I’ve been a serious reader for decades: business and personal development, history, the Bible, current events, theology, philosophy, and even some fiction. I’m a content glutton. It’s part of who I am. And it’s also enabled me to become the leader I am.
I’m not alone. I know very few leaders who are uninterested in reading. And some CEOs are famous for their libraries and wide-ranging interests. Steve Jobs was, for one example, obsessed with the poet William Blake.
A readership crisis is really a leadership crisis.Michael HyattTweet QuoteReaders ar…

Worldpay launches IPO

Worldpay rejects Ingenico bid as it decides to launch IPO 18 Sep 15 | Author The saga involving a potential takeover bid for Worldpay has ended after the British payment processor decided to launch an IPO on the London Stock Exchange and looks to raise £890 million.
Worldpay specialises in processing and securing payments for a range of local and international businesses, including Google and Sony.
The company claim to process 31 million payments every day, the equivalent of 360 a second. Profits increased during the first half of the year, rising 13 per cent to £182.6m.
Worldpay will now be expected to pay 20 to 30 per cent of its profits in dividends to its shareholders, with the first instalment taking place in late 2016.

Not for sale Up until now, there has been much speculation regarding the future of the company.
It was revealed that French payment processor Ingenico tabled a £6.6 billion bid for Worldpay earlier this month, as plans to merge both companies and cre…

Canadian Payments Association

Canadian Payments Association presents modernisation vision 18 Sep 15 | Author | Insights & Analysis | Banking | Cards | Industry regulators inShare3 As part of its initiative to modernise Canada’s core national clearing and settlement framework and infrastructure, the Canadian Payments Association has set out a modernisation vision based on research conducted in collaboration with the Bank of Canada.
‘Assessing the issues’ The CPA says the report outlines the most critical issues the industry must investigate to improve the payment system to best meet the needs of Canadians.
“There are many options for the future of payment systems and many opinions on what should take top priority. This research gives us a way of assessing the issues, and the tradeoffs, in a comprehensive and systematic way,” said Carol Ann Northcott, vice president, Risk, Security and Research and chief risk officer at CPA.
Balance The research will be used to assess how a payment system should balan…

Apple customers report devices crashing on iOS 9 update

Apple customers report devices crashing on iOS 9 updateSAN FRANCISCO/SYDNEY| BY HEATHER SOMERVILLE AND JANE WARDELL The new Apple iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are displayed during an Apple media event in San Francisco, California, September 9, 2015. REUTERS/BECK DIEFENBACH A significant number of Apple Inc customers are reporting their mobile devices have crashed after attempting to upload the new iOS 9 operating system, the latest in a line of launch glitches for the tech giant.
Twitter and other social media were awash with disgruntled customers reporting two distinct faults, with one appearing to be linked specifically to older models of Apple iPhones and iPads.
"It is beyond inconvenient to not be able to use your phone for a day," said student Pip Cordi as staff in the Apple store in central Sydney looked at her phone on Friday. "I have a lot of apps that I use for school - things like language apps and dictionaries and that's all really important for my studies.&quo…

Worldpay takeover update

Worldpay takeover update: Ingenico enters auction with £6 billion bid 10 Sep 15 | Author | M&A | Banking | Cards | Online solutions

As Worldpay executives mull over a potential IPO, payments processor Ingenico looks to put a spanner in the works by offering well over £6 billion in a fresh takeover bid, with the French company including a break fee in case the deal falls through.
Is a payments ‘super group’ on the cards?
According to Sky News, Ingenico submitted a revised bid to Worldpay earlier this week, with the new terms including a cash-only deal which includes a break fee giving Advent International and Bain Capital, Worldpay’s parent companies, greater peace of mind if they eventually decide to sell their company.
Igenico hope to purchase its rival in order to create a combined payments company worth well over £11bn, only after receiving approval from its shareholders.
Reports last week suggested that Igenico has received backing from multiple financial institutions…

26,450 online specialty products

CanAnShop online shopping with 26,540 online specialty foods products from CanAmShop! is not the biggest competitor in online shopping world however it really does have one of the most extensive product selections around in the grocery/gourmet specialty foods website category. Other sites offer their products but CanAmShop’s pricing is extremely competitive and hard to beat. Shipping is not free and sales don’t exist, the best you might see is a $5.00 courtesy coupon saying thanks for shopping here. Some of CanAmShop’s categories are Allergy Free, Baking Pans, Tools, Bags, Totes, Baking Essentials, Breakfast Foods, Condiments, Drinks, Eco-Home, For Baby, Pets, dog treats, Fruits, Vegetables, Gift, Ideas, Grains, Beans, Sides, Health, Beauty, Meal Ideas, Paper, Disposable, Snacks, Soups, Bouillon, Teas, Vitamins, Supplements, organic, natural products. CanAmShop for online shopping for organic, natural, green products spanning 775 brands in over 125 product categories total…

Facebook now hosts an interactive video and payment system

Facebook now hosts an interactive video and payment system » PaymentEye Facebook now hosts an interactive video and payment system 10 Sep 15 | Author  Payment processor Total-Apps has introduced Video Checkout, an interactive video platform that embeds a secure payment form into any video posted and shared on Facebook.
It’s no surprise that companies and charities are striving to introduce ways of making payments on Facebook’s platform. Even payments in the context of videos is less surprising when one considers that over four billion videos are streamed on Facebook each year. Clearly there is ample opportunity exists for nonprofits and political groups to utilize their library of videos for fundraising efforts on the social network.
Total-Apps’ video check out will allow any group or political figure to add an interactive element to their Facebook video to accept donations directly in the Facebook news feed. This means that viewers can make a contribution without ever h…

Payments and Gateways at CanAmPay

Apply for High Risk Merchant Account Services today. CanAmPay merchant accounts - High Risk Credit Card Processing . CanAmPay merchant account credit card processing services to businesses, working with not only traditional businesses but high risk and high volume businesses as well. CanAmPay is established with many International Business and Banking Services and will match your company with a Bank worldwide. In order to provide the most effective and efficient credit card payment processing solutions to our merchants, we operate various business units dedicated to industry segments while working closely with our providers to determine which of the varied services in the market are best suited to their business needs. Some of our accepted businesses: ADULT, PHARMACY, GAMING, TRAVEL SERVICES,  GENERIC DRUGS. PayPal Holdings says starting Oct. 1 it will eliminate volume-based price tiers and charge all of its small U.S. merchants 2.9 percent of a sale and an additional 30 cents per domesti…

40% of UK consumers say they won’t use cash

40% of UK consumers say they won’t use cash in 10 years’ time 02 Sep 15 | Author | Four out of ten people (43 per cent) have said that contactless payments are the future, whilst a quarter believe that cash won’t be used to pay for goods or services in just five years.
The research, conducted by Lloyds Bank, comes as new figures reveal that people spent £2.5 billion via contactless cards in the first six months of 2015. That number is bound to be surpassed much quicker in next year’s first six months as the contactless payment limit has just been raised from £20 to £30.
Payments 10 years down the line
Lloyds’ research revealed that traditional cards such as debit and credit will still have a future in 2025 as 63 per cent of respondents said they expect to use them in day-to-day transactions.
Over half of respondents (52 per cent) still believe they will be using cash for everyday transactions.
Just under half of people (48 per cent) have said that they will use contactles…

Scam running Takeda Pharmaceutical Peter J Boni and others on LinkedIn

I will flag the following account because I had this, also, today, which is why I'm here, researched the guy and company, found this LinkedIn thread.: Hello Good Morning Thank you for accepting my invitation. My sincere apologies for this unannounced approach. I am Mr. Peter Helander, a Principal and CEO at Heartland Business Systems and a Public Relations officer with Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Ltd in my district and this is a reach out to you that Takeda Pharmaceutical are in need of a Financial Coordinator/Representative agent in Canada. This is a part-time job offer, so you can earn extra income while doing your normal job/business. If interested, kindly reply to Mr. Martin Freymond ( ) for more information. Best Regards, Peter Helander Principal and CEO at Heartland Business Systems/Avastone Technologies, LLC Earn Extra Income!!! Part-Time Job Offer!! Representative Required in Canada

Apple Takes Aim At Netflix

Apple Takes Aim At Netflix, As Competition In TV Streaming Intensifies - StrategyEye StrategyEye Apple Takes Aim At Netflix, As Competition In TV Streaming Intensifies 01 Sep 15 | Author | Another Apple product launch event, another spate of rumours over its plans in TV, but this time the word is that Apple is moving into original video content. The fourth generation of Apple TV, which is expected to launch this month with much deeper Siri integration, is reported to retail for between USD149 and USD199. That’s a significant step up from the USD69 figure for the current product, suggesting the device will be packed with a lot more features. Apple is expected to release a programming bundle aimed at replacing cable service, with current price estimates pegged at around USD40 per month, next year, according to 9to5Mac sources. However, more interesting news comes in the form of further rumours about the future of Apple’s content plans.

According to reports by Variet…