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Houston-based energy giant and LNG player ConocoPhillips has elected Sharmila Mulligan, founder and chief executive officer of ClearStory Data Inc., to serve as a board member.Mulligan spent her career building innovative software companies, most recently founding ClearStory Data Inc. in 2011. She previously served in senior roles at numerous software companies, including Aster Data, Hewlett-Packard, Netscape and Opsware Inc.“We are pleased to add a new director who brings technology expertise to our board,” said Ryan Lance, chairman and chief executive officer of ConocoPhillips.“Sharmila’s experience in cloud computing, scalable data analytics and a broad range of big data technologies will add exceptional value to our board of directors as we increasingly utilize our global data assets to monitor and optimize our operations. We look forward to her contributions as we continue to execute the company’s value proposition to deliver double-digit returns to our shareholders,” said Lance.Mulligan serves on the board of Lattice Engines and serves as an advisor to numerous other technology companies. She holds bachelors’ degrees in business and economics, as well as computer science, from Northwestern University. She also holds a master’s in management from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management.The appointment of Mulligan increases the number of ConocoPhillips directors to 11, of which 10 are independent. Mulligan will serve on the Audit and Finance Committee and Public Policy Committee of the ConocoPhillips board.
NAPOLEON, Ind. — Cows in the Chick-Fil-A commercials are destined to get us to stop consuming beef and “EAT MOR CHIKIN.”It appears one local farmer unfortunately had to deal with cattle looking to join the cause even when the nation was celebrating Turkey Day.Ripley County deputies responded to U.S. 421 north of Napoleon for an accident involving cattle on the roadway around 5:20 a.m. on Thanksgiving.An Osgood driver told police there were several cows on the road and she had struck at least two. The driver was taken to the hospital for wrist injuries, deputies said.Two cows were killed in the crash and the vehicle suffered extensive front end damage.Officers discovered three additional cows near the accident scene and were able to contain the livestock until the owner arrived. The cows were rounded up and taken to the owners property around 8:30 a.m.
RelatedPosts Exciting EPL, La Liga, Serie A matches this weekend on DStv, GOtv Why it’s uncharitable to crucify Malami for ‘amending’ NBA rules, by Kayode Ajulo Premier League, La Liga back on DStv, GOtv Sports enthusiasts on GOtv Max can look forward to a variety of sports programmes such as documentaries, news and shows all weekend long and into the following week on ESPN!From shows on NBA to NRL, O.J. Simpson and so much more. Here’s what’s Hot on ESPN (channel 38): 1. Live News on NFL: Viewers get to enjoy the airing of NFL Live, which scoops the latest news and information from deep inside the National Football League. Catch this show on August 14 at 7pm. The repeat will air on August 17 to 20 at the same broadcast time. Are you into Basketball? Well, NBA: The Jump is for you: GOtv Max customers can follow the daily NBA show from LA called The Jump, which gives you everything you need to know about your favourite sport. Catch it on August 14 at 8pm. The repeat will air from August 17 to 20 at the same broadcast time. Rugby fans can enjoy NRL: The National Rugby League, presents the clash between the Tigers and the Bulldogs. Catch the live coverage on August 16 at 7:05am. Five-Part special on O.J Simpson’s life: From August 17 to 20, you get to witness the trials on the football star, OJ Simpson and the fascinating investigation into how his story parallels 50 years of racial tension and conflict in the United States. Be up to date with the latest news with SportsCenter: Catch the daily sports news show, SportsCenter, which covers various sports teams and athletes from around the world at 4:15pm. Get the low down on sports with Pardon The Interruption: Join a group of expert analysts on Pardon The Interruption, as they engage in conversation on the latest news and issues from the world of athletics. Catch this show on August 18 and 19 at 4:30pm. Football fans can watch out for ESPN FC: ESPN FC brings you a round-up of the latest news from the world of football. Do not miss this show from August 17 to 20 at 6:35pm.Stay tuned on ESPN to watch the English Football League, Major League Soccer, Scottish Premier Football League, Dutch Eredivisie and other popular premier American leagues.Reconnect now on the GOtv Max package to have access to content on the ESPN channel and other quality programming on channels such as SuperSport Select 4 & 5, BET, M-Net Movie Zone, Discovery ID, Cartoon Network and so much more for the price of N3,280! You can make use of the MyGOtv app from the comfort of your homes to upgrade or reconnect.Follow GOtv on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to get more updates. Reconnect today! Visit GOtv or download the MyGOtv app from the iOS and Android store for other self-service options.Tags: ESPNGoTVNBA
Press Association World number one Rory McIlroy admits he does not love golf as much as he used to when he played with “just pure joy” as a child. The 25-year-old, looking to complete a career grand slam at the Masters next week, said in an interview with the Daily Telegraph that the feeling of looking forward to time away from the course is something he never experienced as a kid. “I would be dishonest if I said my love of golf now is as big as it was back then,” he said. “I still love the game, still love playing great courses and playing with my friends and my dad. I took a trip to Augusta after Doral with dad and it was just so good. But then I don’t love golf as much as when it was just pure joy to get on to the course to play. “When I was a kid, if I spent a day away from the game, I couldn’t wait to get back. Now I can’t wait for a week off. There’s just not the, ‘I can’t wait to get out of the house as quick as I can to get to the course’ feeling. “Listen, this is not a job – let’s face it, I’ve never done a day’s work in my life. But it’s an intense environment I play in and it’s just nice to get away from it for a while. When I was a kid, I never, ever wanted to get away from it.” McIlroy will head to Augusta seeking a first green jacket, having come so close in 2011 only to crash from four shots in front overnight to 10 shots behind and joint 15th place with a nightmare final-round 80. He responded superbly, however, to win his first major at the US Open two months later, and approaches the 2015 tournament with a different mindset to keep things tight. “I have to play the par fives more efficiently,” he said. “I can reach all the par fives in two without even hitting driver. Yet, maybe I have to curb my natural enthusiasm to go for pins and go for fours, not threes. For example, on the second, when they put the pin on the left, then maybe just play down to the bottom right and have an easy chip up the green. It’s still a shot gained. “And focus is everything there. One slip in concentration and you make that double bogey that really drops you down the field. If there’s any course in the world where you need 100 per cent concentration for the full four days, it’s Augusta.” Tiger Woods confirmed on Thursday that he will compete at Augusta, his participation having been in doubt with poor form and injuries in recent years having seen the American slump to 104 in the world rankings. Despite his four major wins and rise to the top of the world rankings, McIlroy does not believe he will ever match the profile of 14-time major winner Woods. “People tell me I am the new face of golf, but that is a hard one for me to fathom because, growing up, I never even thought about being that,” the Northern Irishman said. “Tiger Woods is the face of the game to the wider public and I don’t think I’ll ever be that, just because of who I am, who he is, what he represents and the people he brought to the sport. I’m never going to do that – it’s not something that’s going to be possible.”
The roads and waterways of Broward County will be under close watch by law enforcement officials from July 2 through 7.The Broward Sheriff’s Office DUI Task Force and Marine Unit will be looking for drunk drivers in partnership with local police departments, as well as the Florida Highway Patrol and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission.Authorities will also be watching for speeding, boating violations, underage drinking, and seat belt violations.Keep in mind that Florida’s new law which makes texting while driving a primary offense goes into effect on July 1. That means police can now pull you over simply for texting.The good news? The new law comes with a grace period through the end of this year. Police will issue warnings while the state conducts a public education campaign on the issue.After that, a first violation will carry a $30 fine plus court costs, which could result in a total fine up to $108. A subsequent violation committed within five years would have a $60 fine plus court costs.You have been warned. 850 WFTL wishes you a safe and happy 4th of July week.
Mark Hughes has claimed that managers have lost faith in referees because of a spate of poor decisions in key games.Hughes’ QPR side were not helped by some dismal refereeing at Old Trafford, where they were beaten 2-0 by Manchester United.Match official Lee Mason awarded United a 15th-minute penalty and sent off Shaun Derry after the midfielder’s challenge on Ashley Young.AdChoices广告Not only was contact minimal, but Young was in an offside position as he gathered Wayne Rooney’s pass.It left Rangers facing an uphill task and came a day after fellow strugglers Wigan were beaten by two disputed goals at Chelsea.Derry was sent off.“We’re desperately disappointed with the performance of the referee,” said Hughes.“The boy [Young] has gone over too easily and the referee has bought it.“The key thing is you have to be 100% right to give the decisions and at the moment I think people are guessing and hoping they get decisions correct.“You should have confidence that the referees are going to make the key decisions in the game and lately I think a lot of managers have lost faith in them.“All we want is the officials to get the big decisions right and unfortunately this weekend they haven’t covered themselves in glory.“I know [Wigan manager] Roberto Martinez has commented on the performance of the officials at his game. These are massive decisions affecting people’s livelihoods.”Click here for our Man Utd v QPR quizSee also: United helped by officials as they see off 10-man RangersQPR will appeal against Derry’s red cardFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Black Stars captain, Andre Ayew is enjoying a stellar campaign in front of goal this season for Swansea in the Championship.The forward scored the Welsh club’s all-important winner on Saturday in the 82nd minute against Luton Town.Andre has now scored five goals in his last six games.He has been in fine goalscoring form for Swansea this season having now scored ten goals in all competitions this season, including eight in the league.Swansea looked set to drop two points at Luton before Jay Fulton’s deflected cross looped over everyone and found Andre unmarked to chest home the winner 8 minutes from time.The goal sparked wild celebrations from Swansea’s travelling fans, players and from Andre himself.The win, Swansea’s second in a row after a six-game winless run, takes them up to sixth, the final Playoff spot in the Championship.Swansea manager, Steve Cooper said after the game that the goal was well deserved given how hard his team had worked for it.“It came from a move that we’ve been working on. We pressed and pressed and the breakthrough was a reward for our effort.”The matchwinner said after the game that he was pleased with the goal and happy to have aided in the side’s victory.“What a game, perfect results to keep our winning run going and happy again to be on the score sheet.”