London banker lovers nicknamed ‘Pops’ and ‘Popsy’ face insider trading charges The Telegraph Search Icon Save Facebook icon Twitter icon Instagram icon LinkedIn icon Facebook icon Twitter icon Instagram icon LinkedIn icon

An investment banking couple who nicknamed each other “Pops” and “Popsy” have been charged in the US with selling secret information in exchange for cash, trips and luxury watches.  US court documents unsealed on Monday accused bankers Benjamin Taylor and Darina Windsor, who met while working in London, of helping generate tens of millions of dollars in illicit profits by sharing “material, non-public information” about upcoming deals.   The prosecutors claim that the pair, who called each other “Pops” and “Popsy” as pet names, received more than $1m worth of cash, trips and luxury watches in exchange for the insider trading tips.   According to an indictment the bankers allegedly “participated in a large-scale, international insider trading ring” and attempted to hide what they were doing in cryptic messages or by using “burner” phones. In one alleged example, Ms Windsor sent an email to Mr Taylor titled “once upon a time, there was a Pops searching for Truffles in the Forest”. Attached to the email was confidential information relating to one of the bank’s clients, Onyx Pharm...

‘Make4Covid’: Colorado Students Use 3D Printing To Make Medical Equipment

The effort began two weeks ago, when an area doctor reached out to engineering departments at a handful of Colorado schools via email. “I was really banging my head and really wanted to do something,” explained Dr. Karstan Bartels. “I just put in the line ‘ICU doctor at Anschutz needs your help.’” Seeing what other fellow colleagues are facing in Italy and Seattle, Dr. Bartels wanted to look for ways to prepare for a possible shortage of medical equipment in Colorado. Immediately, students with the Idea Lab at Red Rocks Community College responded to the plea, and began creating medical parts, such as a shared ventilator prototype with a 3D printer. “We started rapid prototyping designs in our homes,” explained Jeremy Beard, part of the engineering faculty at RRCC. “Hospitals we’ve talked to say they could run low on ventilators.” With the help and advice of medical professionals, the team narrowed down their designs to two prototypes to test in a local hospital on Thursday. “The doctors said it was a success,” Beard explained. “There are still some things we need to work out. Today we demonstrated that we can maintain flow control, with two different complying lungs.” “We’re t...

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Utah’s first breast milk pasteurization lab is open, easing donations to the state’s fragile infants

For babies born prematurely or with health problems, human milk can drastically reduce the risk of complications — but until now, breast milk donated from Utah has had to be shipped around the Mountain West before it could be fed safely to babies here. With a new human milk pasteurization facility now open in Utah, donated breast milk can be sent directly to Utah babies, making the process more efficient and cutting down on potential losses to the supply available to hospitals. “Now we can get it there more quickly,” said Elizabeth Smith, board chairwoman of the nonprofit Mountain West Mothers’ Milk Bank, Utah’s first fully operational milk bank. The facility is located in South Salt Lake at 2995 S. West Temple. Previously, Utah donations had to be shipped to Denver, where the milk would be pasteurized and distributed to hospitals, including those in Utah. But any problem in shipping — for instance, a case being left on a dock or a truck being stopped in hot temperatures, Smith said — could warm the frozen milk and invite bacteria growth. Hospitals cannot afford those losses; just a month ago, the region’s milk supply was running low, Smith said, prompting worries in Utah’s neo...

Tungsten Sheets Industry Current Trends and Challenges Analysis by 2020-2025 | American Elements, Eagle Alloys Corporation, Best Tungsten Metal, Scientific Instrument, etc

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In 1851 Herbert Spencer published a treatise called Social Statics; or, The Conditions Essential to Human Happiness Specified. Among other specifications, this work established and made clear the fundamental principle that society should be organised on the basis of voluntary coöperation, not on the basis of compulsory coöperation, or under the threat of it. In a word, it established the principle of individualism as against Statism—against the principle underlying all the collectivist doctrines which are everywhere dominant at the present time. It contemplated the reduction of State power over the individual to an absolute minimum, and the raising of social power to its maximum; as against the principle of Statism, which contemplates the precise opposite. Spencer maintained that the State’s interventions upon the individual should be confined to punishing those crimes against person or property which are recognised as such by what the Scots philosophers called “the common sense of mankind;”[1] enforcing the obligations of contract; and making justice costless and easily accessible. Beyond this the State should not go; it should put no further coercive restraint upon the individ...

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Gear-obsessed editors choose every product we review. We may earn money if you buy from a link. How we test gear. These 47 exceptional tools—the best we’ve tested that are on the market now—will unleash your capability and help you take any project to the next level. At Popular Mechanics, we’ve been evaluating tools for more than 100 years. We test nearly 1,000 each year—out in the field, in our shop, and on projects throughout our homes. The ones here are the models that we’ve found deliver reliable performance, quality craftsmanship, and often a strong value, excelling in our use and earning our admiration. Most are new, but a few have been kicking around for a while because better options have yet to arrive. No matter their age, we’re confident these will help you get any job done. The EGO’s design is outstanding, featuring lots of aluminum and impact-resistant plastic. And the mower cuts an impressive amount of grass on one charge (about 8,400 square feet in our test), plus the controls and adjustment are easy and intuitive, even for first-time users. Its handle folds forward quickly and easily, then telescopes in for rapid and compact storage in a garage or shed. If you’re...

Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 development engine showcased

A true successor to the McLaren F1, Gordon Murray Automotive has revealed further information about its spectacular T.50 hypercar Gordon Murray Automotive (GMA) has released a video of the engine destined for its T.50 hypercar revving to a staggering 12,100rpm, albeit running on just three cylinders. Late last year, the brand confirmed that the ‘son of F1’ would be revealed in May 2020, with cars reaching customers from 2022. Unlike many of its hypercar rivals, such as the Lotus Evija and Pininfarina Battista, the T.50 boasts a naturally aspirated V12 engine, developed by Cosworth, powering the rear wheels via a six-speed manual transmission. It’ll also seat three, with the driver commanding a central driving position in front of a ram air engine intake. Sound familiar? But the T.50 isn’t devoid of innovation, as it will combine cutting-edge ground effect active aero, a newly announced 48V mild-hybrid system boosting power, and the latest innovations in carbonfibre material development to keep the overall weight to 980kg – quite an achievement in 2019. Though a full reveal is still to come, GMA also revealed an image of the T.50, with a rear-quarter rendering giving our first lo...