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San Lorenzo Residence / Mike Jacobs Architecture

first_imgphotographs:  Michael WellsPhotographs:  Michael WellsSave this picture!© Michael WellsRecommended ProductsDoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorCompositesULMA Architectural SolutionsPolymer Concrete Facade in Sinafer HeadquartersCompositesLamitechPlastic facades PanelexDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceText description provided by the architects. Located at the end of a canyon road, the San Lorenzo House responds to and engages its surrounding landscapes: an interior private garden to the south and the manicured fairways of a golf course to the north. Save this picture!© Michael WellsFollowing a careful zoning study, two interlocking “L-shaped” formally organize the house: the first “L-shape”, an open and transparent enclosure and veranda (steel/glass), incorporates the communal living spaces of garden, pool, living rooms and theater; the second “L-shape,” an opaque enclosure (stucco/cedar), holds the basic form of the house and incorporates the private bedrooms and service spaces. Save this picture!© Michael WellsA large open living space is central to the organization of the house. Pocket sliding doors open the south wall to the garden and north facing windows unfold to view the fairways create direct connections to the exterior. These large openings passively cool the house and draw fresh air deep into the residual spaces to naturally ventilate the home. Save this picture!First Floor PlanSocial exchange is expressed by section. An elongated formal stair links the terraced living spaces to the exterior and connects to the theater below. A pair of secondary flanking stairs provide access from the residual private rooms and service areas. These multiple points-of-entry produce a constant interchange between the family unit.Project gallerySee allShow lessFilms & Architecture: “The Fifth Element”ArticlesPratt Explores the Importance of Cold War Era Pre-Fabricated Building SystemsEvent Share Year:  ArchDaily United States ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/338361/san-lorenzo-residence-mike-jacobs-architecture Clipboard Architects: Mike Jacobs Architecture Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” CopyHouses•Los Angeles, United States San Lorenzo Residence / Mike Jacobs Architecture “COPY” Photographscenter_img Projects San Lorenzo Residence / Mike Jacobs ArchitectureSave this projectSaveSan Lorenzo Residence / Mike Jacobs Architecture Save this picture!© Michael Wells+ 29 Share 2012 2012 Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/338361/san-lorenzo-residence-mike-jacobs-architecture Clipboard CopyAbout this officeMike Jacobs ArchitectureOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesLos AngelesHousesUnited StatesPublished on March 01, 2013Cite: “San Lorenzo Residence / Mike Jacobs Architecture” 01 Mar 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogAluminium CompositesTechnowoodWood Siding in KSR Villa BodrumPlasticsMitrexSolar SidingMetal PanelsAurubisOxidized Copper: Nordic BrownEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesCupa PizarrasCupaclad® 101 Random in Les PalmiersUrban ApplicationsIsland Exterior FabricatorsPublic Safety Answering Center II Envelope SystemConcreteKrytonConcrete Hardening – Hard-CemSkylightsVELUX CommercialModular Skylights – Ridgelight 25-40°Porcelain StonewareGrespaniaPorcelain Tiles – Coverlam ImperialWindowspanoramah!®ah! Vertical SlidingFastenersSchöckConcrete Façade Fasteners – Isolink®CarpetsFabromont AGTextile Floor Covering – Arena®CoatingsFormicaLaminate – ColorCore®2More products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Houseslast_img read more

HAT Market Analysis for 4/23/21 with Bob Utterback

first_img SHARE HAT Market Analysis for 4/23/21 with Bob Utterback By Andy Eubank – Apr 23, 2021 SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleCan You Safely Apply Potash Ahead of Soybeans?Next articlePlanting Forecast: Two Windows Open as Temperatures Moderate Andy Eubank Audio Playerhttps://hoosieragtoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Bob-Utterback-markets-1.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Profit taking started Friday grain trade, but it didn’t take long for buyers to come back and send the markets back up. Bob Utterback has thoughts on this “once in a lifetime event.” Click to listen. Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News HAT Market Analysis for 4/23/21 with Bob Utterbacklast_img read more

Gongadze trial postponed again

first_img February 8, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Gongadze trial postponed again News to go further News News Ukrainian media group harassed by broadcasting authority “Her decision is unacceptable and increases our fears about the handling of the case of Gongadze,” who was murdered in 2000, the worldwide press freedom organisation said. “She admits the trial is highly political but refuses to provide all the openness it should have. The trial is a test for the country’s newfound democracy and its new president, Viktor Yushchenko, who made solving the case a priority. It now seems some of those implicated in the murder still have enough power to keep some of the evidence hidden.”Yushchenko, who took office in January last year, promised last March he would speedily resolve the murder of Gongadze, who was editor of the online newspaper Ukraïnska Pravda. Three policemen accused of killing him – Valery Kostenko, Mykola Protassov and Olexander Popovitch – went on trial in Kiev on 9 January. But the hearing only lasted an hour because the judge said there was not enough space in the courtroom for any more than a few journalists. The next hearing was on 23 January.Judge Grigoryeva also initially refused a request for senior officials such as former President Leonid Kuchma and current parliamentary speaker Volodymir Lytvyn to be called as witnesses. Kuchma and Lytvyn are among those suspected of giving the orders for Gongadze’s murder. The judge changed her mind on this point yesterday. Organisation Help by sharing this information Crimean journalist “confesses” to spying for Ukraine on Russian TV Receive email alerts UkraineEurope – Central Asia February 26, 2021 Find out more UkraineEurope – Central Asia RSF_en Follow the news on Ukraine Ukraine escalates “information war” by banning three pro-Kremlin media March 26, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders today criticised the new delay in the trial of the suspected killers of journalist Georgy Gongadze, supposedly because of the illness of one of the three accused. Kiev appeals court judge Irina Grigorieva agree to a request for postponement by defendant Olexander Popovitch, who said he was not well enough for further questioning, and adjourned the trial to 16 February so he could have medical treatment.Reporters Without Borders expressed surprise that the judge has so far agreed to all the defendants’ requests but rejected the call by the Gongadze family’s lawyer for the trial to be held in public.It also criticised the slowness of the trial, which suits many politicians who do not want their names mentioned at the trial only a few weeks before parliamentary elections.The Gongadze trial, which has been adjourned five times since it began on 9 January, is expected to last several months. ——6 February 2006Repeated adjournments hold up Gongadze murder trialReporters Without Borders today condemned the many interruptions and long adjournments that are slowing the progress of the trial of three policemen for the murder of journalist Georgy Gongadze in 2000. The most recent hearing, on 2 February, was adjourned because two of the defendants, Mykola Protasov and Oleksandr Popovych, felt faint and the court had to seek first aid for them. Both suffer from high blood pressure. Judge Irina Grigoryeva suggested that their feeling faint was due in part to the presence of parliamentarians in the courtroom.It was the second time that Protasov requested medical attention since he took the witness stand, and just the latest of many interruptions – in one case lasting two weeks – since the trial began on 9 January.The next hearing, scheduled for 8 February, will be held behind closed doors after the judges once again rejected a request by the lawyer representing Lessia Gongadze (the victim’s mother) for the public to be allowed to attend.——-25 January 2006Call for public trial of journalist’s accused killers_ read in RussianReporters Without Borders called today for the trial of the suspected killers of journalist Georgy Gongadze to be held in open court and expressed concern and surprise at a judge’s decision yesterday to hold it in secret. Judge Irina Grigorieva also banned journalists from the courtroom, citing article 40 of the criminal code and said evidence likely to reveal state secrets may be heard behind closed doors. Questioning of the accused, arguments in the case and announcement of the verdict will all be in secret. News September 7, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more

Permian breakfast honors top 10 students

first_img Registration set for engineering camp By admin – May 17, 2018 Noel earns award Pinterest Facebook OCA top 2 were ESL students Pinterest Permian Top two: From left: 1. Kristin Morton, 2. Marco Martinez. Permian High School held their Top 10 Breakfast Wednesday. Previous articleLegal clinics offered to low-income military vetsNext articleMammograms only $99 admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebookcenter_img Permian High School lauded its top 10 graduates with a breakfast Wednesday morning in the campus library.The breakfast comes the morning after the students were introduced to the Ector County Independent School District Board of Trustees, along with fellow top 10 students from Odessa High School and George H.W. Bush New Tech Odessa.Stephen M. Steen III, No. 8 in the class, has committed to the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. He had a friend a few years ago who went to West Point and told Steen about the benefits and advantages.His junior year, he received football offers from the Naval Academy and West Point.“That kind of solidified my idea to attend one of the academies,” said Steen, who has been the Permian varsity quarterback for the past two years. “It was always my dream to go to the Navy, so that was the main reason that I chose it …”The offer gives him a free education, but he has to commit to serve for five years afterward — something he said doesn’t bother him.“I’ve told several people this that the military aspect for me excites me more than the academics and the athletic life at the academy. I think I’m more excited to go and serve and kind of live out that adventure than I am for the four years I’ll be at the academy,” Steen said.He said playing football has taught him leadership and hard work, which can translate to the classroom. Those qualities, he said, will carry him through the academy and stick with him for the rest of his life.Steen said he plans to enlist in the U.S. Marine Corps when he graduates.“After that, we’ll see where life takes us,” he said.Calyha Brown, 18, was No. 9 her class. Brown plans to attend Prairie View A&M University to study psychology and earn her PhD.Her friend Braylynn Carrion, 18, is heading to the University of Texas at Austin to study chemistry. Carrion said she also plans to go to graduate school.Being in the top 10 is something Carrion said she and Brown have worked for since seventh grade. Carrion is No. 7 and Brown is No. 9.“It’s always been a goal of ours,” Carrion said. “It’s something that nobody else pushed us to do. It’s something that we wanted for ourselves.”“It’s definitely instilled in us to be the best that we can be and we had a lot of help from friends and teachers,” Brown said.Carrion said her motivation to be in the top 10 came from her brother, who graduated when she was 7.“Ever since, I’ve been going to the Permian graduations and seeing the top 10 on stage. It’s given me motivation to try hard and do well in school, so I can be successful one day,” Carrion said.Brown said it’s a chance for people to see her as more than one thing. She throws shot-put and discus for PHS and got a track scholarship to Prairie View A&M.“For me, I think it’s just knowing that there are people that look up to me and just knowing that you can be a multi-faceted person. I’m in track and field and also I’m in the top 10,” Brown said. “I just want people to see that you’re not limited to one aspect of your career, or your life, or your future,” Brown said.Carrion said even though they are going to different schools, they will still be connected and continue supporting each other.Seventeen-year-old Kayla Owen is No. 4 in the class. She plans to attend the University of Texas of the Permian Basin and major in early childhood education. She then wants to get her master’s degree in educational administration.Owen said it’s definitely not by chance that she and her peers are in the top 10.“We’ve all worked really hard for this, since pretty much junior high. … For the most part, it’s the same group of people that we’ve been in the top 10 with every year, so I’m very glad that we ended up making it,” Owen said.Marissa Williams and Megan Freeman, both 18, are ranked No. 10 and No. 5, respectively.Williams plans to attend Texas Tech University and study cell and molecular biology while Freeman is going for accounting, although she could change to music.“It’s a really cool experience (being in the top 10). It’s something I’ve wanted for the longest time, just being in the top 10 over the years because I was in the top 10 last year. It means a lot. My mom has an associate (degree) and my dad just has a high school degree, so I’m the first in my family to be top 10. …,” Williams said.Freeman said her ranking shows her hardworking mindset.Permian High School College Counselor Jennifer Perkins said this group of top 10 students is probably one of the better ones the school has had in a while.“I think they’ve between the 10 of them they’ve all volunteered over 1,400 hours. They’re all being awarded Texas Scholars tomorrow night (May 17). Five of them are academic hall of fame, which means they scored a 1,270 or higher on their SATs,” Perkins said.“A couple of them graduated this past weekend (from Odessa College) with their associate degrees and the scholarship total is over $700,000, just in this top 10. All of them are staying in the state, except for one. Steve is going to the Naval Academy, so it’s exciting for me. They’ve taken the most rigorous classes we have to offer. … They’re all leaders. I look around and … there’s not one student in here that hasn’t earned their keep at Permian. It’s a phenomenal class, for sure. They’re a good group of kids,” Perkins added. Local NewsEducation Permian breakfast honors top 10 students Twitter WhatsApp Twitter Virgin Coco MojitoFoolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinUpside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakePowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay WhatsApp Home Local News Education Permian breakfast honors top 10 studentslast_img read more

Glu Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2020 Financial Results

first_imgLocal NewsBusiness Glu Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2020 Financial Results 2019 $ Research and development 48,204 $ $ ) $19.0 $ $112.9 Revenue $141.4 11,260 23,216 17,643 User acquisition and marketing expenses $146.2 $118.0 (1,551 418,049 – Total liabilities and stockholders’ equity 67,754 155.8 1 37,749 Cash paid for royalty advances that are included in cash generated from operations (0.8) 14,037 15,347 265,882 2,101 $ $5.9 GAAP other operating expenses (GAAP operating expenses excluding user acquisition and marketing expenses) 141,401 653,855 37,407 $ 1,500 $32.3 Facebook 203,087 162,521 – Change in deferred royalties Hosting costs $1.8 Platform commissions, excluding any impact of deferred platform commissions * $32.4 Royalties, excluding any impact of deferred royalties* $8.0 $ $ 328,454 in millions, except per share dataDecember 31, 2020December 31, 2019 Cash paid for royalty advances that are included in cash generated from operations ($21.5) 150,754 (unaudited) $38.4 June 30, 39,669 (411,165 2019 36,792 $4.1 33,442 $ in millions, except per share dataDecember 31, 2020December 31, 2019 9,916 (1,345 Gross margin 64.6% $ Net income $20.4 29,239 184,630 $0.06 Net income per share – diluted $0.12 Accrued compensation Total current liabilities 34,571 Common stock 20,802 Depreciation $1.3 (6,382 Twitter 258,641 Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations * Platform commissions, excluding any impact of deferred platform commissions, Royalties, excluding any impact of deferred royalties, and Adjusted other operating expenses are non-GAAP financial measures. These non-GAAP financial items should be considered in addition to, but not as a substitute for, the information provided in accordance with GAAP. Reconciliations for these non-GAAP financial items to the most directly comparable financial items based on GAAP are provided in GAAP to Adjusted results reconciliation table. December 31, 2020December 31, 2019LowHigh 2020 31,013 $ $ 828,302 Royalties, excluding any impact of deferred royalties* $38.3 145.8 9,617 $411.4 Glu Mobile Inc. Net income per share – diluted $0.13 (8,798 $122.6 $ 97,629 653,855 Long-term prepaid royalties Depreciation $5.4 $ 11,467 September 30, $36.6 $1.0 2,733 Operating expenses: Pinterest 30,706 (37 $19.0 Adjusted other operating expenses 28,122 0.07 15,318 Three Months EndedGuidance provided for three monthsended December 31, 2020 25,877 35,815 147.2 540,522 23,881 ) 30,092 Deferred revenue December 31, $7.2 Glu Mobile Inc. 141,112 Operating lease right of use assets $ “Our financial results reflect the tremendous progress we made throughout the year in effectively scaling our business to increase profitability and meaningfully expand our adjusted EBITDA margin,” said Eric R. Ludwig, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer. “We reached a milestone with record profitability and operating margin on a GAAP basis for the fourth quarter and full year 2020. Our key operating metrics – player conversion, engagement and monetization reflect the initiatives we have put in place to optimize our user acquisition and marketing spend. Our debt-free balance sheet remains in excellent shape with $364 million in cash.” Management Conference Call As a result of the proposed acquisition of Glu by Electronic Arts, which was separately announced today, Glu’s quarterly results conference call previously scheduled for February 9, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time (5:00 p.m. Eastern Time) has been cancelled. Disclosure Using Social Media Channels Glu currently announces material information to its investors using SEC filings, press releases, public conference calls and webcasts. Glu uses these channels as well as social media channels to announce information about the company, games, employees and other issues. Given SEC guidance regarding the use of social media channels to announce material information to investors, Glu is notifying investors, the media, its players and others interested in the company that in the future, it might choose to communicate material information via social media channels or, it is possible that information it discloses through social media channels may be deemed to be material. Therefore, Glu encourages investors, the media, players and others interested in Glu to review the information posted on the company forum ( http://ggnbb.glu.com/forum.php ) and the company Facebook site ( https://www.facebook.com/glumobile ) and the company twitter account ( https://twitter.com/glumobile ). Investors, the media, players or other interested parties can subscribe to the company blog and twitter feed at the addresses listed above. Any updates to the list of social media channels Glu will use to announce material information will be posted on the Investor Relations page of the company’s website at www.glu.com/investors. Use of Non-GAAP Financial Measures To supplement Glu’s unaudited condensed consolidated financial data presented in accordance with GAAP, Glu uses certain non-GAAP measures of financial performance. The presentation of these non-GAAP financial measures is not intended to be considered in isolation from, as a substitute for, or superior to, the financial information prepared and presented in accordance with GAAP, and may be different from non-GAAP financial measures used by other companies. In addition, these non-GAAP measures have limitations in that they do not reflect all of the amounts associated with Glu’s results of operations as determined in accordance with GAAP. The non-GAAP financial measures used by Glu include historical and estimated bookings, platform commissions, excluding any impact of deferred platform commissions, royalties, excluding any impact of deferred royalties, and adjusted operating expenses. These non-GAAP financial measures exclude the following items from Glu’s unaudited consolidated statements of operations:Change in deferred platform commissions;Change in deferred royalties;Amortization of intangible assets;Stock-based compensation expense;Transitional costs;Litigation costs; andRestructuring costs Bookings do not reflect the deferral of certain game revenue that Glu recognizes over the estimated useful lives of paying users of Glu’s games and excludes changes in deferred revenue. Glu may consider whether significant items that arise in the future should also be excluded in calculating the non-GAAP financial measures it uses. Glu believes that these non-GAAP financial measures, when taken together with the corresponding GAAP financial measures, provide meaningful supplemental information regarding Glu’s performance by excluding certain items that may not be indicative of Glu’s core business, operating results or future outlook. Glu’s management uses, and believes that investors benefit from referring to, these non-GAAP financial measures in assessing Glu’s operating results, as well as when planning, forecasting and analyzing future periods. These non-GAAP financial measures also facilitate comparisons of Glu’s performance to prior periods. About Glu Mobile Glu Mobile (NASDAQ: GLUU) is a leading developer and publisher of mobile games. Founded in 2001, Glu is headquartered in San Francisco with additional locations in Foster City, Orlando, Toronto and Hyderabad. With a history spanning over a decade, Glu’s culture is rooted in taking smart risks and fostering creativity to deliver world-class interactive experiences for our players. Glu’s diverse portfolio features top-grossing and award-winning original and licensed IP titles including, Covet Fashion, Deer Hunter, Design Home, Diner DASH Adventures, Disney Sorcerer’s Arena,Kim Kardashian: Hollywood and MLB Tap Sports Baseball available worldwide on various platforms including the App Store and Google Play. For more information, visit www.glu.com or follow Glu on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Covet Fashion, Deer Hunter, Design Home, Diner DASH, Table & Taste, Tap Sports, Glu and Glu Mobile are trademarks of Glu Mobile Inc. 43,921 Cash generated from operations excluding royalty advances 47.6 0.12 48,799 Total liabilities Short-term operating lease liabilities Other long-term assets $0.07 Net income $23.9 – $ $127.1 $ 117,672 Weighted-average common shares outstanding – diluted 184.6 Income before income taxes $ 95,127 Sales and marketing 2019 Accumulated deficit 510 140,298 32,438 Additional paid-in capital 5,751 38,278 $ Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets Prepaid expenses and other assets $25.4 ) Cash generated from operations excluding royalty advances $97.6 – 9,071 (471 (in thousands) (4,461 $ 39,317 Weighted-average common shares outstanding – basic 172.4 3,972 Net income per common share – basic 26,842 25,137 (4,080 By Digital AIM Web Support – February 8, 2021 – Income tax provision $ 2020 Cash and cash equivalents Platform Commissions, excluding any impact of deferred platform commissions (1,139 214,639 $ Hosting costs $7.6 ) Accounts payable and accrued liabilities Additional Financial Information Twitter September 30, 145,838 62,641 Adjusted other operating expenses* $147.3 $ (1,256 $ 0.14 8,974 127,053 20,626 5,875 348,969 (1 Net income per common share – diluted $24.7 $1.7 ($4.1) 43,040 $ (410 Weighted average common shares outstanding – diluted $ Weighted average common shares outstanding – basic (in thousands, except per share data) Prepaid royalties Income from operations $119.5 Twelve Months Ended Net income per share – basic $0.13 Three Months Ended 172,407 $124.5 ) 9,342 11,431 Pinterest December 31, December 31, 92,602 Total cost of revenue Weighted-average common shares outstanding – diluted 173.2 3,528 $ 8,629 ) Adjusted other operating expenses* $37.7 $108.4 $26.4 418,049 December 31, $1.5center_img December 31, Deferred royalties 27,246 24,848 Deferred platform commission fees – Accounts receivable, net (in thousands) Royalties, excluding any impact of deferred royalties $ Total current assets 463,072 4,693 10,790 ) Total operating expenses $ $ ) 9,688 28,727 0.07 191,553 20,476 December 31, ASSETS Revenue $540.5 4,758 $7.6 $ 116,227 ) Restructuring costs 15 Change in deferred platform commissions ) 30,989 Net income per share – basic $0.14 Platform commissions, excluding any impact of deferred platform commissions * $150.2 Accumulated other comprehensive loss 145,499 $ 7,960 119,718 $ 15,773 236,761 6,643 6,381 In addition to the reasons stated above, which are generally applicable to each of the items Glu excludes from its non-GAAP financial measures, Glu believes it is appropriate to exclude certain items for the following reasons: Change in Deferred Platform Commissions and Deferred Royalties. At the date we sell certain premium games and micro-transactions, Glu has an obligation to provide additional services and incremental unspecified digital content in the future without an additional fee. In these cases, we recognize any associated cost of revenue, including platform commissions and royalties, on a straight-line basis over the estimated life of the paying user. Internally, Glu’s management excludes the impact of the changes in deferred platform commissions and deferred royalties related to its premium and free-to-play games in its non-GAAP financial measures when evaluating the company’s operating performance, when planning, forecasting and analyzing future periods, and when assessing the performance of its management team. Glu believes that excluding the impact of the changes in deferred platform commissions and deferred royalties from its operating results is important to facilitate comparisons to prior periods and to understand Glu’s operations. Amortization of Intangible Assets. When analyzing the operating performance of an acquired entity or intangible asset, Glu’s management focuses on the total return provided by the investment (i.e., operating profit generated from the acquired entity as compared to the purchase price paid) without taking into consideration any allocations made for accounting purposes. Because the purchase price for an acquisition necessarily reflects the accounting value assigned to intangible assets (including acquired in-process technology and goodwill), when analyzing the operating performance of an acquisition in subsequent periods, Glu’s management excludes the GAAP impact of acquired intangible assets to its financial results. Glu believes that such an approach is useful in understanding the long-term return provided by an acquisition, and that investors benefit from a supplemental non-GAAP financial measure that excludes the accounting expense associated with acquired intangible assets. Stock-Based Compensation Expense. Glu applies the fair value provisions of Accounting Standard Codification Topic 718, Compensation-Stock Compensation (“ASC 718”). ASC 718 requires the recognition of compensation expense, using a fair-value based method, for costs related to all share-based payments. Glu’s management team excludes stock-based compensation expense from its short and long-term operating plans. In contrast, Glu’s management team is held accountable for cash-based compensation and such amounts are included in its operating plans. Further, when considering the impact of equity award grants, Glu places a greater emphasis on overall stockholder dilution rather than the accounting charges associated with such grants. Glu believes it is useful to provide a non-GAAP financial measure that excludes stock-based compensation in order to better understand the long-term performance of its business. Transitional Costs. GAAP requires expenses to be recognized for various types of events associated with a business acquisition such as legal, accounting and other deal related expenses. Transitional costs also include divestiture related expenses and termination of certain game related contracts. Glu believes that these transitional costs affect comparability from period to period and that investors benefit from a supplemental non-GAAP financial measure that excludes these expenses. Litigation Costs. Glu incurred legal costs related to the complaint filed by the former Chief Executive Officer of Crowdstar in the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Santa Clara against Glu, Time Warner Inc., Intel Capital Corporation, Middlefield Ventures Inc., Rachel Lam, and Jose Blanc. Glu believes that these legal costs have no direct correlation to the operation of its ongoing core business and affect comparability from period to period and, as a result, that investors benefit from a supplemental non-GAAP financial measure that excludes these expenses. Restructuring Costs. Glu undertook restructuring activities in the third quarter of 2020 and recorded restructuring charges due to the termination of certain employees in its Canada and U.S. offices. Glu recorded the severance costs as an operating expense when it communicated the benefit arrangement to the employees and no significant future services, other than a minimum retention period, were required of the employees to earn the termination benefits. Glu believes that these restructuring charges do not reflect its ongoing operations and that investors benefit from a supplemental non-GAAP financial measure that excludes these charges. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210208005860/en/ CONTACT: Investor Relations Contact: Bob Jones / Taylor Krafchik Ellipsis [email protected] 646-776-0886 KEYWORD: CALIFORNIA UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CANADA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ELECTRONIC GAMES ENTERTAINMENT MOBILE ENTERTAINMENT SOURCE: Glu Mobile Inc. Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/08/2021 04:11 PM/DISC: 02/08/2021 04:11 PM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210208005860/en 1,039 $0.06 2020 Other long-term liabilities $39.3 31,491 1,018 GAAP platform commissions $ (61 $1.9 Bookings $124.8 188,295 Amortization of intangible assets 15 Total assets General and administrative 214,962 $ Gross profit 157,383 6,924 WhatsApp 634,721 Long-term operating lease liabilities 43,307 ) 7,241 Platform commissions, royalties and other ($0.4) Three Months Ended Interest and other income, net: $ $ 37,351 (unaudited) 289 29,304 (232 $111.5 37,904 $ 26,879 Total stockholders’ equity $ (unaudited)Three Months Ended (5 5,315 14,613 $38.6 Glu Mobile Inc. Cost of revenue: 2019 $ $33.4 147,211 2020 32,094 8,871 $ ) Accrued royalties 0.06 $ 157.4 (4,969 5,067 $ Twelve Months Ended Bookings $560.6 0.13 3,258 $1.8 2020 73,562 28,747 20,515 March 31, (3,371 Cash and cash equivalents $364.4 35,032 Stock-based compensation ) December 31, 2020December 31, 2019 180,702 $423.3 $1.5 155,770 28,495 $ 49,645 Intangible assets, net $10.8 GAAP royalties (including impairment of royalties and minimum guarantees) 2019 592 Transitional costs 35,170 65.2% 6,285 $ Goodwill 1,071 0.06 46,330 35,279 18 595 $8.0 $ 12,831 (8,523 4,387 4,420 0.13 ) (1,014 20,447 Net income $ 2020 34,565 ) LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS’ EQUITY 6,382 Weighted-average common shares outstanding – basic 162.5 December 31, $28.7 ) $ 364,396 $127.1 $ 34,791 ) Property and equipment, net $ 112,879 $ TAGS  417,094 $ 31,461 48,689 Long-term accrued royalties (431,612 ) SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 8, 2021– Glu Mobile Inc. (NASDAQ: GLUU), a leading global developer and publisher of mobile games, today announced financial results for its fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2020. “Our fourth quarter results capped off another strong year for Glu,” said Nick Earl, Chief Executive Officer. “The performance of our Growth Games and the resurgence of Kim Kardashian: Hollywood coupled with a strong contribution from the title we launched during the year, Disney Sorcerer’s Arena, drove a 32% year over year increase in bookings in 2020. The operating initiatives we put in place to improve productivity and scale our business took hold in the second half of 2020 resulting in a significant increase in profitability and increased margin expansion.” Fourth Quarter 2020 Financial Highlights: ) ) ) ) 15,654 10,921 ) – Additional Financial InformationTwelve Months Ended (641 64.6% 116,227 December 31, * Platform commissions, excluding any impact of deferred platform commissions, Royalties, excluding any impact of deferred royalties, and Adjusted other operating expenses are non-GAAP financial measures. These non-GAAP financial items should be considered in addition to, but not as a substitute for, the information provided in accordance with GAAP. Reconciliations for these non-GAAP financial items to the most directly comparable financial items based on GAAP are provided in GAAP to Adjusted results reconciliation table. Revenue ) 27,077 ) (2,142 2020 $ Full Year 2020 Financial Highlights: User acquisition and marketing expenses $19.1 GAAP to Adjusted Results Reconciliation Cash and cash equivalents $364.4 (1,015 411,381 $ ) $ $ 173,167 $8.9 (8,106 36,921 Gross margin 65.5% 17,535 WhatsApp $ 21,586 177,245 (4 $ Facebook 7,235 $ $0.07 Previous articleAECOM amends and extends its credit facility and links borrowing cost to sustainability and diversity goalsNext articleMan charged with assaulting, spitting on police officer Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

6 killed in plane crash at famed golf course in Arizona

first_imgKNXV via ABCNews.com(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.) — Six people died after their small plane crashed at the TPC Scottsdale Champions Course in Arizona on Monday, killing everyone on board, police said.Emergency crews responded to the fiery crash site, located just north of the Scottsdale Airport, at around 9 p.m. on Monday, authorities said.The aircraft, a Piper PA24, crashed and caught fire just after takeoff from Scottsdale Airport, FAA spokesman Allen Kenitzer said in a statement.“At this point in the investigation we can confirm that the flight originated from the Scottsdale airport and crashed shortly after takeoff,” the department said in a statement. “None of the six passengers aboard the aircraft survived.”The department said it would withhold the identities of the victims until next-of-kin notifications are complete.The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the accident.The golf course was designed by Randy Heckenkemper, and is the sister course of the Stadium Course, where the PGA holds one of its most-popular annual tournaments.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

RICS says supply to England’s sales market continues to “wane”

first_imgHome » News » Housing Market » RICS says supply to England’s sales market continues to “wane” previous nextHousing MarketRICS says supply to England’s sales market continues to “wane”13th April 20170861 Views RICS has reported an ailing sales market within its latest survey of agent sentiment, which each month is carried out among its members across UK.In an unusually forthright report, the figures for March have prompted it to use strong language to describe the UK sales market, including “stagnant” and “waning interest”.RICS reveals that new buyer enquiries and sales remained flat and stock levels hit a new record low “as the number of properties coming on to the market continues to decline”, the report says.“The key theme that really runs through the whole of this survey is the lack of supply in the market,” says Simon Rubinsohn, RICS Chief Economist (picture, left)“Our key measures – average stock per surveyor – has actually hit a new low, and this explains why house prices on balance remain in modestly positive territory.For the time being it is hard to see any major impetus for change in the market, something also being reflected in the flat trend in transaction levels.”RICS says new instruction dropped during March with 13% more respondents experiencing a drop in new listings, and agents now hold 43 properties for sale on their books, on average.Some 3% more respondents saw a drop in the number of agreed sales although this problem was restricted to England – Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland respondents saw sales agreed picking up.Lettings doing betterBut RICS reveals that the lettings market is an entirely different picture. 11% more of its respondents reported increasing tenant demand, although landlord instruction remained weak, as they have done over the past six months, RICS says.“Contributors anticipate further growth in rents in virtually all areas over the next twelve months with the exception of the capital, where rents are anticipated to continue to decline over the near term,” the report says.Commenting on the RICS figures, Stephen Wasserman, Managing Director of West One Loans, says: “Despite a challenging period of economic turbulence, over the next few months we predict that house prices and lettings activity will pick up again.“In large part, this is because the chasm between supply and demand persists and cannot be quickly fixed. In this climate, speed is of the essence and we’re seeing increasing interest from landlords and developers who are seeking out the flexible financing options needed to compete. Bridging is entering the mainstream as a favoured option for those who are needing to prop up chains, complete in just a matter of days or secure auction purchases.”RICS Simon Rubinsohn April 13, 2017Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

MECCA, PATRICIA ANN

first_img63, passed away at her home in Bayonne surrounded by her family after suffering a long illness. Patricia was born and lived most her life in Hoboken; before moving to Bayonne almost 20 years ago. She worked for many years at the Register & Transfer Co. in Cranford, NJ. Surviving are her sons Anthony and Phillip Mecca, her granddaughter Ava Marie, as well as many nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements by LAWTON Funeral Home, 631 Washington St., Hoboken.last_img

Bill Kreutzmann Debuts Rooster Conspiracy Band With Video Of Improvisational Jam Session [Watch]

first_imgBeloved Grateful Dead drummer sat in with Leftover Salmon at The Fillmore last weekend, promising fans that he had something in store for Inauguration Day. The news began to develop as Streamstock was announced, an online, stream-only event that would air simultaneously with the Inauguration. Kreutzmann was announced as a headliner for Streamstock, with his video submission set to stream at the same time as the Inauguration itself.Kreutzmann chose to perform with a brand new band for the occasion, taking footage from an early January jam session with a group dubbed the Rooster Conspiracy. After teasing the members on social media for a day or two, Kreutzmann revealed that Eric Krasno, Reed Mathis, and Todd Stoops were the three men involved with the project.Behold the video of the quartet’s debut jam session from Kauai, HI, a free flowing improvisational masterpiece with all four veterans staking their claim. You can read more about the inspiration for the project on Kreutzmann’s website, and watch the two-part video below.last_img read more