SAN JOSE — By signing a relatively modest one-year, $1 million contract with the Sharks on Monday, winger Kevin Labanc is betting he can have another solid season.After all, if his NHL career continues on an upward trajectory, a bigger payday is sure to follow.One week after announcing a four-year contract extension for forward Timo Meier, general manager Doug Wilson came to terms with Labanc, the Sharks’ other major restricted free agent.The deal for Meier, who had 108 points in his …
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David McNew—Getty Images Donald Fields, Write to Justin Worland at justin.C. firm Passman & Kaplan says that in his experience the most common reasons for a finding of unsuitability are lying about one’s educational background one’s employment history or one’s criminal record “If OPM determines that the person has misled or provided false information” he says “they can be declared unfit for federal service” Kaplan says he’s never heard of anyone being drummed out for political activity that occurred decades ago At the same time he says the government’s decision is based not on anything Barr did during the 1980s but on how she explained those activities to federal investigators after coming to work at NSF He also believes that the US government has become more cautious since the 2001 terrorist attacks “Ever since 9/11 the government has been much more vigorous in finding people unfit for service” Kaplan says ScienceInsider was unable to verify that claim An OPM representative says the agency “does not [OPM’s emphasis] track data on people found unsuitable for federal service” Although NSF keeps its own statistics it declined to provide them However Sunley suggests that the numbers although small could be rising “NSF has been gradually upgrading its personnel security program for the past 2 years and those doing background investigations are being held to higher standards as well” she says “Thus numbers from past years are not good indicators for the future although it is safe to say that they have been and will likely remain very small” Cohen speculates that the massive leaks by Edward Snowden of national security secrets which began in June 2013 could also have been a factor in NSF’s decision “If it’s a matter of weighing the employee’s statement against what the investigator says he has found agencies will resolve it in favor of national security” Cohen says “That’s just how it is especially after Snowden” Not surprisingly Barr feels such a policy doesn’t do enough to protect innocent people like herself Without access to the evidence that OPM used to make its case against her she says “all I have been able to do is repeatedly assert that I told the truth” Barr says she is thankful that Union College has welcomed her back with open arms and says she will soon resume her teaching and research activities In addition she regards her year at NSF as “a very rewarding experience in many ways” Even so she has written to her representatives in Congress and to NSF Director France Córdova asking them to examine what she labels an “Orwellian process” for vetting rotators like herself “We volunteer to do this” she wrote Cordova on 29 August Until a better process is put in place Barr says “NSF runs the risk that many highly qualified scientists will not even consider serving as IPAs That will be a tremendous loss”New Delhi: The dues by scam-hit Punjab National Bank’s (PNB) big wilful defaulters grew to Rs 1490465 crore in February up 21 percent from the previous month according to the bank data These wilful defaulters who have taken loans of Rs 25 lakh and above had total outstanding of Rs 1459316 crore in January PNB started listing the names of such wilful defaulters and the loans outstanding against them from last June Within the first nine months these defaults have seen 25 percent jump from Rs 1187974 crore in June 2017 Among the major wilful defaulters are chemical manufacturer Kudos Chemie Ltd Rs 130182 crore; Kingfisher Airlines Rs 59744 crore; Jas infrastructure and Power Ltd – Rs 41096 crore; VMC Systems Ltd – Rs 29608 crore and Arvind Remedies – Rs 15816 crore All these companies were given loan as part of a consortium by Punjab National Bank PNB Representational image Reuters Of the others in the list include Winsome Diamonds and Jewellery Rs 89970 crore; Zoom Developers Rs 41018 crore; Apple Industries Rs 24834 crore; Nafed – Rs 22424 crore and S Kumar Nationwide Rs 14682 crore For third quarter ended December of last fiscal the bank’s gross non-performing assets (NPAs) stood at Rs 5751941 crore or 1211 percent of the gross advances as on 31 December 2017 In 2016-17 the gross NPAs or bad loans were 1253 percent of the gross advances at Rs 5537045 crore Hit by the Rs 13000 crore fraud PNB has been trying to clean up its books Multiple agencies are working on bringing back the alleged wrongdoers billionaire diamond jeweller Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi of Gitanjali Gems who had fled the country One of the last times the late Steve Jobs made a public appearance in front of a camera he was trying to sell local officials on Apple’s vision of a massive spaceship-style corporate campus His June 7 2011 presentation for the Cupertino California project (now a work in progress) is among the last footage recorded of Jobs before he died from pancreatic cancer that following October In the video Jobs describes the building’s futuristic design which includes curved glass and sustainable energy sources a physical embodiment of Apple’s (and Jobs’) forward-looking mentality The “Spaceship” campus presentation is worth watching this week because we’re about to get to see a never-before-seen video of Jobs A video deposition Jobs taped months before his death is expected to be released publicly this week as Apple is fending off an old antitrust lawsuit The footage will show Jobs addressing complaints that early iPods only played songs sold on the iTunes Store or from downloaded CDs and not music from rival stores See The 7 Most Important Tech CEOs You Wouldn’t Recognize Jack Ma founder of Chinese Internet giant Alibaba stepped down as that firm’s CEO in 2013 But he’s still the company’s most public face and after Alibaba’s September IPO China’s single richest man Scott Eells—Bloomberg/Getty Images Larry Ellison stunned the tech world in September by announcing he’s stepping down as CEO of Oracle the enterprise software company he co-founded in 1977 Since Oracle doesn’t sell products to the public like Apple or Microsoft Ellison’s a little less-known outside Silicon Valley: But he’s a hugely important figure having heavily influenced Steve Jobs and a host of other tech leaders Tomohiro Ohsumi—Bloomberg/Getty Images Tony Hsieh CEO of shoe-tailer Zapposcom is a controversial figure in the world of tech chief officers He’s pouring money into Zappos’ corporate home of Las Vegas Nevada which is welcome by some locals but spurned by others Still Zappos is known for being a very fun and very different place to work thanks in part to Hsieh setting those qualities up as priorities for the company Noah Berger—Bloomberg/Getty Images Satya Nadella just took over the reins at Microsoft earlier this year from now-Clippers owner Steve Ballmer but he’s already making his presence known through sizable layoffs and simultaneous acquisitions Nadella’s Microsoft has let go of nearly 15000 employees this year — a chunk of whom were made redundant when Microsoft closed an approximately $72 billion deal for Nokia’s device wing Also on Microsoft’s tab $25 billion for the Swedish gaming company behind top-hit Minecraft Microsoft/Corbis Linkedin CEO Jeff Weiner formerly a longtime Yahoo employee has grown the "Facebook For Professionals’" user base and revenue exponentially since coming becoming CEO in 2009 He’s got quite the fan base too: His workers 100% of whom support him as CEO according to Glassdoor Robert Galbrath—Reuters/Corbis John Donahoe has been president and CEO of eBay since 2008 He’s now guiding the company in a time of deep uncertainty: In early 2014 eBay settled a nasty public feud with activist investor Carl Icahn who wants eBay to spin off payment service PayPal as an independent business — and Icahn isn’t the only one who thinks that’s a good idea Paul Morris—Bloomberg/Getty Images Don Mattrick became CEO of Zynga the social gaming company that brought us FarmVille in 2013 coming over from Microsoft He’s been tasked with leading Zynga through a tumultuous 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