18, 2007, Erik and an older friend paid $60 for three bags of heroin. After shooting up, Erik passed out. His breathing became labored, his lips pale. But his companions didn’t seek medical treatment, not then and not for hours. Finally, around 3 a.m., they dropped him off at the hospital. At 5:40 a.m., he was pronounced dead. Five people were charged criminally, including Erik’s friend, who received more than five years in prison. Brandler still doesn’t know why his son, who excelled at tennis, went to a good school and had loads of friends, turned to heroin. “I thought about that, of course, but it’s really a waste of energy and emotions to go down that road because I’ll never know the answer,” Brandler said from his office near the Pennsylvania Capitol, where a framed photo of Erikstrapping, shaggy-haired and swinging a tennis racketsits on a credenza. What he can do is join his fellow prosecutors in tackling the problem. In September, the Justice Department ordered all 93 U.S.
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Energy segment reported sales decline of 26% y-o-y to $84.65 million in Q1 FY17 from $113.76 million in the prior year’s comparable quarter. In the reported quarter, the segment’s core sales declined 31%, while it faced 2% foreign exchange headwind. linked hereHowever, process & pipeline services acquisition in March 2016 added 7% to segment sale. The Q1 FY17 segment’s adjusted operating profit came in at $3.33 million, or 3.9% of segment sales, versus $12.12 million, or 10.7% of segment sales, in Q1 FY16. The Company’s Engineered Solutions segment sales were $93.86 million in Q1 FY17 compared to $102.38 million reported in the year-ago same quarter. The segment’s adjusted operating profit came in at $2.83 million, or 3.0% of segment sales, in Q1 FY17 versus $4.94 million, or 4.8% of segment sales, in Q1 FY16. Cash Matters and Balance Sheet Actuant generated $12.09 million as cash from operating activities in the reported period compared to $21.31 million in Q1 FY16. The Company ended the quarter with cash and cash equivalents balance of $176.87 million versus $179.60 million as on August 31, 2016. The Company’s long-term debt was $554.37 million as on November 30, 2016, compared to $561.68 million as on August 31, 2016. Furthermore, at the end of the reported period Actuant’s net debt to EBITDA leverage was 2.7x. Read More Outlook For its full year FY17 outlook, Actuant’s management reiterated its prior sales guidance range of $1.08 billion to $1.13 billion with core sales down by 2% to 6%.click this
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Don’t do things on your work computer that your boss shouldn’t see. Work computers belong to the company you work for, and that means they can look at everything you’re doing on them. Recreational activities will not sit well with many companies, especially if your performance has been influenced as a result.