The SEC filing is a financial statement or other formal document submitted to the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Public companies, certain insiders, broker-dealers are required to make regular SEC filings. Investors and financial professionals rely on these filings for information about companies they are evaluating for investment purposes. Many, but not all SEC filings are available online through the SEC's EDGAR database; the most filed SEC forms are the 10-K and the 10-Q. These forms are composed of four main sections: The business section, the F-pages, the Risk Factors, the MD&A; the business section provides an overview of the Company. The F-pages contain the financial statements which are either audited or reviewed by an independent auditor; the Risk Factors contain a list of all of the potential risks. While the MD&A contains a narrative about the financial results of the company; this narrative is accompanied by management's expectations for the upcoming year. Other filings are required with respect to offerings by private companies.
Securities and Exchange Commission. The filings accepted by the SEC as of November 2011. Form 10-K405 All forms are filed with the SEC, many can be found for free in the SEC's EDGAR database. There are several other portals that specialize in sorting information found in individual forms, such as the financial search engine, AlphaSense. Forms which are not found in EDGAR include the Form PF, used for private funds and is kept confidential per the Dodd-Frank Act. A full listing of EDGAR form types Forms and filing instructions SEC website
Paccelis Morlende is a French basketball coach for U-17 team of the Hermine de Nantes Atlantique of the LNB Pro B and a former professional basketball player. Morlende's career started with JDA Dijon, where he spent his career prior to being drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers with the 50th overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft, he was traded on draft day to the Seattle SuperSonics for cash considerations. Morlende did not play after averaging 7.9 points per game with JDA Dijon. His NBA rights are held by the Sonics franchise, now known as the Oklahoma City Thunder. Morlende coached Hermine de Nantes Atlantique U-17 team and brought the team to final of Coupe de France U17 in 2018, but lost in final to JL Bourg Basket U-17 team. NBA.com: Prospect Profile: Paccelis Morlende NBADraft.net profile - Paccelis Morlende
Making Waves is computer software designed to produce professional quality audio from basic Windows multimedia PCs. This application was among the first of the 16-bit digital sequencers that evolved from the MS-DOS WAV trackers of the Eighties to become the digital audio workstation software available today including Steinberg Cubase, Pro Tools and ACID Pro. Making Waves enabled a small community of independent artists to use existing hardware to record, sample and render their own original work creating professional-quality audio with a modest investment of less than $100; this same dynamic user community played a significant role in the application's development, suggesting program revisions and performing extensive beta testing. These users were all organized and mentored by Stephen John Steele, the original programmer and developer of Making Waves as well as a founding director of Perceptive Solutions, Spacehead Systems and Making Waves Software Limited; the application's interface integrates a sequencer, mixer and wave editor compatible with Musical Instrument Digital Interface, Virtual Studio Technology and some DirectX plugins, the program's key feature is live mixing of MIDI input with VST and digital samples including Yamaha XG sound libraries.
Making Waves Studio renders mp3, wav and MIDI files or can be purchased as an inexpensive audio-only wav sequencer. The early commercial success of this embryonic digital audio workstation was brief and seemed to build on two significant events, the release of a stable graphical user interface version and the production of a "hit" record and album by an independent artist. First, with the release of the 32-bit Making Waves Studio version in April 1998, Perceptive Solutions had a product compatible with the Windows 95 GUI; the version provided a number of audio features never before or since consolidated at that price point. Next, Daniel Bedingfield's number one UK single was created with Making Waves and released in November 2001, his number two first album of the same name, Gotta Get Through This, soon followed. Making Waves began to gain sales and acceptance within the digital audio community as an affordable professional audio platform and VST host, a complete "recording studio-in-a-box"."
While still available for sale, Making Waves lacks a 64-bit version, is not approved for use on Windows 8 and is no longer being maintained following the death of the original developer in 2011. Sound on Sound, August 2002 Sound on Sound, July 2003 MIDI Connections 2003 Katharsis! REMASTERED! Katharsis! on Soundcloud
Love Jones is an American band from Louisville, Kentucky formed in the spring of 1990 and consists of Ben Daughtrey, Barry Thomas, Chris Hawpe, Jonathan Palmer, Stuart Johnson and Scott Lankford. According to Entertainment Weekly, Love Jones was a leader of the "Cocktail Nation" groups of the early 1990s; the genre — which included Combustible Edison, Squirrel Nut Zippers and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy — was a reaction to the grunge/alternative music of the early 1990s. Cocktail Nation bands celebrated the aesthetics and music of the 1950s and early 1960s — lounge jazz, crooning pop, martinis. Love Jones played any sort of pop music that fit within that label: pop, blues, R&B, bossa nova, doo wop. Love Jones formed in Louisville in 1990, along with bands like Slint and Palace Brothers, demonstrating the diversity of the Louisville music scene. In 1992, Love Jones moved to Los Angeles and staged a weekly Thursday night residency show at the famed nightclub Largo; the show featured frequent guest performer Jon Brion.
Ben Daughtrey Jonathan Palmer Barry Thomas Chris Hawpe Stuart Johnson Phil Gough Scott Lankford Todd Johnson In 1992 Love Jones signed with Zoo Entertainment/BMG shortly after releasing a single on Minty Fresh Records. The band was first brought to the attention of Zoo Entertainment/BMG by guitarist Adam Jones of Tool, who were with the label at the time; the band would contribute the hidden track "Santa Monica and Orange" to Love Jones' debut album for Zoo, 1993's Here's to the Losers. Here's to the Losers—co-produced by the band and Rod O'Brien—contains a wide mix of styles, including disco, Blaxploitation film soundtracks, samba and funk. Key tracks include "Central Avenue," "Li'l Black Book," "Custom Van," "Drive-In," "Ohio River" and "Fragile." Jon Brion is featured on playing piano and organ. Ben Daughtrey directed the music video for "Pineapple." 1995's Powerful Pain Relief—co-produced by the band and Paul duGré—reveals more of Love Jones' influences, including Isaac Hayes, early Chicago, Earth Wind & Fire and Chic.
Key tracks include the title track, "World of Summer," "You Don't Know Me" and "The Thing." Jon Brion again contributes. Liz Friedlander directed the music video for "The Thing." 2010's independent release Forever—co-produced by Love Jones and Matthew Libman—includes key tracks "Charm City" and "Hey California." Love Jones' signature song "Paid For Lovin'" was featured in the Miramax film Swingers after the band developed a relationship with Jon Favreau and Vince Vaughn, who attended Love Jones' shows. Love Jones bassist Barry Thomas was a Music Consultant on Swingers; the band built a fanbase across the United States through touring in support of alternative rock bands of the day, such as Afghan Whigs and The Presidents of the United States of America. In addition to recorded works and live performances, Love Jones appeared in the films Since You've Been Gone starring Teri Hatcher, French Exit starring Jonathan Silverman; the band appeared in the film The Sweetest Thing as the wedding band. They can be seen in the Pedro Zamora tribute episode of The Real World: San Francisco.
The band is schedule to perform on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on January 10, 2019. Drummer Stuart Johnson appeared in the film Austin Powers as part of Austin's fictional band Ming Tea, which featured Susanna Hoffs and Matthew Sweet, he played drums for the New Radicals and Simon Dawes. He is a member of the Los Angeles band Leftover Cuties. Official website Love Jones at AllMusic Love Jones discography at Discogs
Heshmat Sanjari transcribed as Sandjari was a well-known Persian conductor and composer, the son of Hossein Sanjari, well-known player on tar in Persia. Heshmat Sanjari studied violin at the Tehran Conservatory of Music under Serge Khotsief and Conducting at the Vienna Music Academy as a pupil of Hans Swarowsky. Claudio Abbado, Zubin Mehta studied in the same class under Swarowsky. Maestro Sanjari studied Persian Classical music under Ali-Naqi Vaziri. After studying violin at the conservatory, Sanjari was the conductor of Tehran Conservatory Students Orchestra and the director of the Conservatory for a short time in 1951. From 1960 until 1971 he was the permanent conductor of the Tehran Symphony Orchestra, the longest in the history of orchestra. Many notable musicians like Yehudi Menuhin and Isaac Stern played with the orchestra, with him as the conductor; as a guest conductor he conducted the National Iranian Radio and Television Chamber Orchestra and several European orchestras. He composed the works Persian Niayesh for choir and orchestra.
The former is regarded by some as a masterpiece of contemporary Persian symphonic music. Both works have been recorded by Manuchehr Sahbai in Bulgaria with Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra. After the 1979 Iranian revolution, the new government look to music as a promotion of western culture, against Islamic values, so Sanjari and orchestra played only a few concerts in 10 years after revolution, the pressure of this new situation made him sick in 1989 and after 5 years he died on January 4, 1995. Music of Iran List of Iranian musicians Biography Persian Pictures Reference Gaudeamus Scores Anthem of 1974 Asian Games in Tehran by Heshmat Sandjari
The International Council for Ski Mountaineering Competitions located in the Floridablanca 84 in Barcelona was part of the Union Internationale des Associations d'Alpinisme and responsible for ski mountaineering and vertical race competitions. The ISMC, founded in 1999 as follow-up institution of the Comité International du Ski-Alpinisme de Compétition, merged into the International Ski Mountaineering Federation in 2008. European Cups of Ski Mountaineering since 1992 European Championships of Ski Mountaineering since 2001, prior by the CISAC since 1992 World Championships of Ski Mountaineering since 2002 World Cups of Ski Mountaineering since 2004Age classes: Cadets Juniors Contenders Seniors International Sky Mountaineering Council UIAA-ISMC, skimountaineering.org