continue reading » Whether they realize it or not, every financial institution is now a data company. Data is the lifeblood of digital organizations — critical to understanding consumers so you can improve service, develop better products and, ultimately, increase revenues by selling more.“Many organizations are working with their marketing agencies and vendors to figure out where they can gather data to get that understanding,” according to Ali Hanyaloglu, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Criteo, speaking during an eMarketer webinar on trends in marketing technology.This is why, within marketing, larger and ongoing investments into an institution’s martech stack have become increasingly important.Together with Hanyaloglu, Nicole Perrin, Senior Analyst at eMarketer, addressed six martech issues centered on data, AI and automation that will loom large in 2019. 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Three counts of aggravated assaultPossession of an instrument of a crime with intent to use it criminallyThree counts of simple assaultThree counts of recklessly endangering another personCriminal mischief – damaging propertyThree counts of harassmentDisorderly conductCarry/discharge an air rifle in a public place Police say Yurick is accused of a “shooting incident” in Bethlehem, Pa. just three-hours earlier. Police say Yurick will be charged with menacing a police officer and criminal possession of a weapon in the 3rd degree. Bethlehem Police have issued warrants for the following charges VESTAL (WBNG) — Authorities identified the suspect in an officer-involved shooting on May 13 on the Vestal Parkway. When he was removed from his vehicle, a pellet pistol fell from his lap, authorities say. They say he shot at least three people with a pellet gun at a gas station. At least one of the victims required hospital treatment. The charges have not been filed due to Yurick being in the hospital recovering from two non-life threatening gunshot wounds. The Vestal Police Department says 29-year-old Colin Yurick of Michigan is accused of drawing a weapon on an officer and causing a three-hour long standoff with multiple law enforcement agencies. Vestal authorities say Yurick was arrested in Michigan in August 2019 for brandishing a pellet pistol. Vestal Police say authorities in Bethlehem did not identify Yurick as a suspect until five days after the incident in Vestal occurred. They say they do not know why Yurick was in Vestal.
After scoring just one goal in her past four games, Megan Carney knew that she needed to pick up her play. The freshman attack already had a five-game, multi-goal streak earlier this season, and knew she was capable of more. “I woke up and I was like, ‘I need to play well today, I need to get my head out of my ass,’” Carney said. “I guess that’s what happened.” Carney broke out of her recent slump on Wednesday, notching career-highs with four goals and five assists to help push No. 3 Syracuse (13-2, 5-1 Atlantic Coast) past Virginia Tech (8-6, 1-3), 14-13. Her nine points are two more than any other SU player has tallied in a game this season, while her five assists also mark a season-high for an Orange player. Both totals are more than Carney had in her last six games combined, and every point was important in Syracuse’s fourth one-goal victory of the season. It took little time for her to earn her first point of the game, as she found Mary Rahal just 58 seconds into the game. Her first goal came two minutes later, after Nicole Levy rebounded a shot that went awry and set up her fellow attack to put Syracuse up 2-0. When her second goal, off a feed from Meaghan Tyrrell, found the back of the net with just under 22 minutes left in the first half, the SU bench exploded with cheers. “Yee-haw!” They yelled. “Yeah country Meg!”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textCarney, a McKinney, Texas native, was hit in the head and pushed down on the play, but it didn’t affect her. To end the first half, Levy pump faked a pass before dishing it to Carney, who dropped in her third goal of the game. SU head coach Gary Gait attributed her success in part to the defensive formation the Hokies used throughout. They employed four players to defend Syracuse’s three midfielders, allowing one of the Orange attack to be left unguarded at all times. More often than not that attack ended up being Carney, who stationed herself behind the goal in order to facilitate the offense. “The way the defense played, she got to play quarterback,” Gait said. “She was aggressive early and things were going for her. We need players to step up in situations like this where they were giving us the advantage coming from behind the goal, and she took advantage of it.”When Virginia Tech cut Syracuse’s lead to three late in the first half, Carney used her “quarterback” position to give the Orange some breathing room heading into halftime. First, she found Tyrrell rolling to the front of the net to push SU’s lead back up to four. Then she followed up Levy’s pair of assists with one of her own, finding the senior for a slick goal with 17 seconds left in the half. Her five assists has her up to 16 on the season, second on the team behind Levy, while her 21 goals rank fifth on the Orange. Her versatility has impressed Tyrrell, who noted that Carney can both shoot off the run and pass off a feed. Tyrrell is one half of Syracuse’s high-scoring, freshman duo, but the team’s offense is undoubtedly led by Emily Hawryschuk, whose 51 goals are more than anyone else on the team has points. Even Hawryschuk was in awe of Carney’s play on Wednesday, though.“I don’t think I ever had nine points (as a freshman), so she already has me beat there,” Hawryschuk said. “She’s an awesome player, she’s very smart, she executes every game, so it’s awesome to see her excel.”The freshman starred at the start of the second half, when Carney scored on an empty-net, free-position shot and then assisted on a Hawryschuk goal. She finished her performance the same way she started it, with an assist on Syracuse’s last goal of the game. “She has that potential, that’s why she plays,” Gait said. “She’s got unbelievable talent, she’s got great potential, and today she delivered on it.” Comments Published on April 3, 2019 at 8:06 pm Contact Eric: [email protected] | @esblack34 Facebook Twitter Google+
Ghana premier league side Tema Youth could end up benefiting the most for giving out five of its players to the national U-20 football team.Joseph Atama Larweh, Francis Narh, Moses Odjer, Derek Mensah and Jeremiah Akorful are likely to be signed by some clubs in Europe and Northern Africa by the end of the U-20 world cup in Turkey which begins in June.These five players were key in achieving the silver medal feat at the just ended Africa U-20 Youth Championship in Algeria.Chief Executive Officer of Tema Youth Winfred Osei said he is “delighted about [the] in coming prospects”.He told JOY Sports “we are receiving a lot of calls from prospective clubs. I must say we are very impressed at the level of interest being shown in the players.”Tema Youth is not the only club which will be smiling to the bank in the coming days as Winfred Osei “cross-checked with the other club owners who also had representatives in the Satellites squad and they say the future is very bright in terms of prospects. So far we receive nothing short of three calls per day from clubs in Turkey, Egypt, Tunisia, Portugal, Russia, Latvia, Sweden and a host of other countries. This just adds credence to the fact that these boys did well in the Africa Youth Tournament.”. Ghana’s Black Satellites finished second in the AYC, losing on penalties to the Young Pharoahs of Egypt.