WALLDORF, Germany, Oct. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- After an initial review of its third quarter 2019 performance, SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced its preliminary financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2019. All 2019 figures in this release are approximate due to the preliminary nature of the announcement.
IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The future of Orange County's workforce is expected to undergo dramatic changes due to evolving technologies and demographic shifts, according to Orange County Business Council's 2020 Orange County Workforce Indicators Report released on October 10.
CALGARY, Oct. 10, 2019 /CNW/ - Keyera Corp. (TSX:KEY) ("Keyera") announced today a cash dividend for October 2019 of 16.00 cents per common share. The dividend will be payable on November 15, 2019, to shareholders of record on October 22, 2019. The ex-dividend date is October 21, 2019. This dividend is an eligible dividend for the purposes of the Income Tax Act (Canada). For non-resident shareholders, Keyera's dividends are subject to Canadian withholding tax.
Hilco Real Estate Announces The Sale Of Operating 48-Room, Assisted & Independent Living Facility In Girard, Ill
NORTHBROOK, Ill., Oct. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Hilco Real Estate, LLC announces November 14, 2019 as the court-ordered sealed bid deadline for Pleasant Hill Village, a 48-room assisted and independent living facility in Girard, Ill. The property is comprised of 48 living units set over two buildings, averaging 735 square feet per room. Currently operating at 60% occupancy, the facility is licensed for 25 assisted living residents and includes such amenities as a commercial kitchen, 21-stall garage, leased beauty shop, walking trails, and stocked fishing pond with 20 acres of leased farmland. Included in the sale is a 98-bed former nursing care facility as well. In 2018, the 50-room former nursing care facility shut its doors due, in large part, to delinquent Medicaid payments from the State of Illinois. The east wing of the facility was built in 2002 with 24 rooms and currently accommodates assisted living residents, while the west wing was built in 2005 with 24 additional rooms and currently accommodates independent living residents. The property offers a good mix of one and two-bedroom units that contain well-furnished kitchens, in-unit washers and dryers, and sweeping country views from every window. Girard is well located approximately 30 miles south of Springfield, Illinois, and 75 miles north of St. Louis, Missouri. The property also sits less than one mile from IL-4 and seven miles from I-55, making it easily accessible from major transportation routes. Demographic trends tied to the aging "baby boomer" population have contributed greatly to the demand for senior housing and care options throughout the country. Numbering some 73 million, the baby boomers constitute the largest generation in American history, the first of which turned 65 in 2011. According to the Marcus & Millichap Second Half 2019 Seniors Housing Research Report, over the next five years, the U.S. population of those 75 and older will grow by 5 million, a 22 percent increase, a much more rapid expansion than the 2.8 million people age 75 or older added over the previous five years. This massive demographic shift, coupled with the rise in medical services the aging population could require, ensures broad-based demand across all forms of seniors housing for this sizeable portion of the population. The report further states that by 2027, healthcare spending will account for nearly 20 percent of the overall GDP, driven in large part by the boomer generation. According to the U.S. Department of Human Services, at least 70% of the population 65 or older will require some type of long-term care, with an estimated 40%+ needing skilled nursing services. The American Society of Aging concurs, indicating that after 65, the average American has more than a 70% chance of requiring help with activities of daily living. As such, gains in occupancy levels are anticipated in the near-term for this offering. Jeff Azuse, Senior Vice President with Hilco Real Estate, said, "The sale represents a great opportunity to acquire a turnkey facility at a great price with all the necessary infrastructure and staff already in place – the ability to begin operating from day one." Azuse continued, "Pleasant Hill Village is a special place, and we are confident the right operator can unlock the true potential of this property as a strong, income-generating investment, while continuing the rich, century-long legacy of caring and service the residents of this community have come to know and love." The Bid Deadline is scheduled for Tuesday, November 14, 2019. Bids must be delivered to the offices of Hilco Real Estate on or before 5 p.m. (CT) on the day of the deadline to be considered. Interested buyers should review the detailed bid procedures for requirements in order to participate in the sale process available on Hilco's website. For more information regarding site viewings, please contact Jake Soyka at (847) 504-3224 or jsoyka@hilcoglobal.com. Interested buyers can submit their bids via mail to the following address: Hilco Real Estate, 5 Revere Drive, Suite 320, Northbrook, IL 60062, or via email to jsoyka@hilcoglobal.com. For further information on the property, an explanation of the sale process, sale terms or to obtain access to property due diligence documents, please visit HilcoRealEstate.com or call (855) 755-2300. For more information about this or other properties available for sale, please visit HilcoRealEstate.com. About Hilco Real Estate Hilco Real Estate ("HRE"), a Hilco Global company (HilcoGlobal.com), is headquartered in Northbrook, Illinois (USA). HRE is a national provider of strategic real estate disposition services. Acting as an agent or principal, HRE uses its experience to advise and execute strategies to assist clients in deriving the maximum value from their real estate assets. By leveraging multi-faceted sales strategies and techniques, aggressive repositioning and restructuring experience, a vast and motivated network of buyers and sellers, and substantial access to capital, HRE exceeds expectations even in the most complex transactions. Media Contact: Gary EpsteinHilco GlobalOffice: (847) 418-2712Mobile: (847) 323-4943Email: gepstein@hilcoglobal.com View original content to download multimedia:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/hilco-real-estate-announces-the-sale-of-operating-48-room-assisted--independent-living-facility-in-girard-ill-300936934.html SOURCE Hilco Real Estate, LLC
ORLANDO, Fla., Nov. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Housing 21, a leading not for profit provider of Retirement Housing and Extra Care in England, has won the 2019 HDI Award for Best Change Management Initiative. The award recognizes Housing 21's rollout of a digital service aimed at improving elderly care. Housing 21's success demonstrates how SysAid's IT solutions can catalyze enterprise service management across an organization.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Having access to a workplace retirement plan is a top predictor of retirement preparedness. Unfortunately, many small businesses find it difficult to offer these benefits to employees for a number of reasons, including cost, administrative difficulties and lack of expected participation among employees. With almost half of the American workforce employed by small businesses, this compromises a large portion of our population's financial future.
NEW YORK, Nov. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Stony Lonesome Group (SLG), a boutique venture capital firm and early pioneer in the Military Veteran entrepreneurship space, announced today the addition of Lieutenant General Brooks Bash as a General Partner and Military Advisor for Stony Lonesome Group. Bash has been named a General Partner to Stony Lonesome Capital II LP venture capital fund with a sector focus on Military Medicine, Healthcare and Veteran Care as well as Stony Lonesome Capital III LP fund with a sector focus of Cybersecurity and Big Data.
Study shows 65% of U.S. dioceses post audited financial reports online, but 27% post no financial information
BOSTON, Nov. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Voice of the Faithful has completed its third annual study of U.S. Catholic dioceses' online financial transparency and concluded that, although a majority of dioceses have made a commitment to financial transparency, a sizable minority share little or no verifiable financial information with their members. The report, "Measuring and Ranking Diocesan Online Financial Transparency: 2019 Report," found that: 65% of U.S. dioceses have exhibited a commitment to financial transparency by sharing audited financial reports on their websites; The percentage of U.S. dioceses posting audited financial reports has increased from 56% in 2017 to 61% in 2018 to 65% in 2019; 8% of the dioceses provided only unaudited reports in 2019, and the remaining 27% posted no financial information at all; The average diocesan transparency score dropped slightly in 2019 due to tighter scoring criteria, but some dioceses achieved dramatic improvement; and Other dioceses have stopped posting audited reports, causing their scores to drop sharply.The average overall score achieved by all 177 dioceses comprising the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in Voice of the Faithful's 2019 report was 65.25%. Five dioceses received perfect scores of 100%: Archdiocese of Anchorage, Alaska; Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina; Diocese of Erie, Pennsylvania; Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Diocese of Rochester, New York.The report pointed out that "financial transparency can help address an array of problems that have emerged within the Church." One of these problems is the "horror" of worldwide clergy sexual abuse. "If the extent of the financial settlements made by bishops to hide clerical sexual abuse had become known through transparent financial reporting when abuse reports started breaking long before 2002," the report said, "lay Catholics would have been aware that the abuse was not a rare exception, but widespread." Another problem is "fraudulent" diversion of funds donated by the faithful by clergy or laity. "The absence of clear and accessible financial reports, certified by audits, and of properly implemented collection and reporting protocols, makes it much easier to divert funds donated by members of a diocese … Without access to financial reports and information on diocesan finance councils, budgets and the overall financial health of a diocese, ordinary Catholics cannot exercise their full responsibility of stewardship or verify where their donations to the diocese go." You can read the 2018 report by clicking here and the 2017 report by clicking here. Voice of the Faithful®: Voice of the Faithful® is a worldwide movement of faithful Roman Catholics working to support survivors of clergy sexual abuse, support priests of integrity and increase the laity's role in the governance and guidance of the Church. More information is at www.votf.org. View original content to download multimedia:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/study-shows-65-of-us-dioceses-post-audited-financial-reports-online-but-27-post-no-financial-information-300963422.html SOURCE Voice of the Faithful