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Met Police Technology Tender Emphasises Changing Face of Analysis

Joseph B. Hash

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Simulation dynamics and speedy prototyping will let investigators to create 3D computer types of crime scenes

A new market engagement workout by the Achieved Police offers a sneak preview into some of the exceptional approaches in which it is organizing to use rising tech, from spinning up 3D computer types of crime scenes, as a result of to drone surveys and speedy prototyping/3D printing. The tender, which will be well worth all-around £1.5 million, is for assist solutions to the Met’s Computer Aided Modelling Bureau (CAMB)

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CFOs On the Move: Week Ending August 14

Joseph B. Hash

Paul Lundstrom

Paul Lundstrom will be part of Flex as CFO on September 1. Most a short while ago, Lundstrom has served as vice president of finance and chief economic officer at Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings. Previously, he held various division CFO positions as effectively as company finance roles in the course of his 19 a long time with United Technologies. Lundstrom succeeds Chris Collier, who is resigning for personal reasons. Collier has served as the company’s chief economic officer for the earlier 7 a long time and will continue to be at the firm to enable with the changeover by

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FAT Brands to Buy Johnny Rockets

Joseph B. Hash

Body fat Makes, the owner of Fatburger, has reached a deal to get Johnny Rockets for about $twenty five million from its private equity agency owner Sun Capital Associates.

“This acquisition is a transformative occasion for Body fat Makes in conditions of scale and brand consciousness,” Body fat Makes chief government officer Andy Wiederhorn said in a statement. “We see a good deal of synergy with Johnny Rockets and our present-day cafe principles and we are eager to consider the brand to new heights.”

Body fat Makes is funding the deal with hard cash on hand and proceeds from its

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Revlon Accused of Fraud Over $1.8B Loan

Joseph B. Hash

Buyers in Revlon have accused the battling splendor enterprise of “pillaging” intellectual home it had pledged as collateral for a $1.8 billion financial loan as part of a “brazen” plan to increase new funds.

In a lawsuit filed Wednesday, UMB Lender, the administrative agent for the loan providers, claimed the collateral, which features logos and other rights linked with “many of the best regarded, very well-founded splendor manufacturers in the planet,” has been “ripped away and pledged to other loan providers.”

Revlon secured the $1.8 billion financial loan in 2016 to assistance finance its acquisition of the legendary Elizabeth Arden

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