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Leonardo Spinazzola (Atalanta),上海千花网Burke, her client fell down and ended up hospitalized.S. has only been able to find work as an aide in a group of assisted living facilities While he enjoys caring for the people there and hearing their stories he is constantly thinking about would happen to them if he is deported "I dont know that youre going to have lots of people racing to take these jobs" he says Steven Camarota director of Research at the Center for Immigration Studies which advocates for strict immigration limits sees the current state of the direct care industry as an opportunity He notes that while immigrants are a growing part of the workforce three quarters of direct care workers were born in the US Camarota believes that cutting down on the flow of immigrants will force employers to raise wages attracting unemployed Americans into the workforce "This is a real opportunity to draw in some more marginalized people and were going to miss it if we create a guest worker program or we pull back on [immigration] enforcement" he says But the solution is unlikely to be simple Medicaid is the largest payer for nursing homes and many senior care agencies also rely on Medicaid and Medicare meaning that they cannot easily raise wages And even when employers do increase salaries theres no guarantee that Americans will want to take the jobs Sherwin Sheik founded CareLinx which matches home care workers with patients and families with the goal of paying workers more and decreasing burnout Workers sign up for his system set their own rates and then CareLinx charges the patients a fee letting caregivers keep their money and make at least 25% more than they would otherwise Sheik says Still immigrants are a "massive" part of his workforce "It takes a lot to do these jobs" Sheik says "They are being filled by immigrants Having these tighter policies is going to choke this industry" Norma has seen the impact of the workforce shortage firsthand After her car accident she called everyone she knew trying to find another home care worker to help her client "But the people that I knew had a background in home care had all found jobs [in other fields] and they were getting paid more" Norma says Some now work in factories or clean houses but few stuck with direct care Norma loves her job and says she enjoys helping her clients feel comfortable in their homes She hopes that immigration policies will change again before her protected status ends in 2019 so she can stay with her current client But already feels sad thinking about the 93-year-old having to find a nursing home if she has to stop helping her next year "We will not be the only ones who are affected in this Many people will be affected and many people who are US citizens" Norma says "Consumers are going to be left without care And theyre the most vulnerable in this equation Really leaving them without care they need is what worries me the most" Write to Abigail Abrams at abigailabrams@timecomAMC released a trailer for the final seven episodes of Mad Men Thursday with the appropriate title “The Party’s Over” While the teaser for part two of season seven doesn’t give a lot of hints as to what’s in store we are certainly excited for Roger Sterling’s killer ’70s sideburns: And Megan’s belly chain: Mad Men will be back for its final run of episodes on AMC on Sunday April 5 Write to Laura Stampler at laurastampler@timecomJohn Chen isn’t a CEO plagued with doubt That’s an essential quality for anyone who has taken on the formidable task of turning around around BlackBerry but Chen also lacks the rose-colored optimism of some turnaround CEOs who quarter after quarter plead with investors for just a little more time Chen’s leadership more than anything is keeping investors from giving up on BlackBerry When the company reported its latest quarterly earnings Friday its stock fell 10% for an hour or two but by the end of the day it was unchanged on the day The stock has risen another 8% since then The initial selloff was triggered by revenue numbers well short of analysts’ expectations Revenue from devices like the recently launched BlackBerry Passport fell 24% to $361 million Even worse revenue from mobile service subscriptions fell 42% to $368 million Software seen as the company’s best hope for growth fell 4% to $54 million The stock didn’t begin its slow comeback until Chen took to the phone to discuss the company’s results Chen said BlackBerry’s revenue figures were "not satisfying" but he explained that the average selling price of $182 per device well below expectations was due to the company purging its inventory of older devices The good news: BlackBerry’s cache of older models has fallen 93% in the past year BlackBerry sold 19 million devices in the quarter shipping only 200000 units of its new Passport But a backlog of orders meant many Passports won’t be recognized as sales until this quarter Chen also said that early orders for the BlackBerry Classic with new technology stuffed into a familiar design are already surpassing the Passport’s early demand BlackBerry’s decline in services revenue however is a long-term drain that the company has little chance of stopping Carriers once paid BlackBerry to manage secure email and messaging but now they can handle that themselves So BlackBerry is now pushing software like BES12 a mobile platform aimed not at consumers but banks healthcare companies and governments Many of those companies favor the mobile security that BlackBerry has long offered something that may grow more attractive in the wake of several recent high-profile corporate hacks Chen has said BlackBerry will double its software revenue which currently stands at around $250 million annually in the coming year PHOTOS: The Rise of Mobile Phones from 1916 to Today 1916 A German field telephone station in the Aisne department of northern France during World War I Paul Thompson—FPG/Getty Images 1970 French singer and actor Johnny Hallyday in a scene from the film ‘Point de Chute’ (aka ‘Falling Point’) Keystone/Holton/Getty Images 1980 An early mobile phone during the Iranian Embassy siege at Princes Gate in South Kensington London Kypros/Getty Images 1983 Bob Maxwell general manager of Englewood-based Mobile Telephone of Colorado places a call on an FCC-approved radio frequency while driving to work Lyn Alweis—Denver Post/Getty Images 1986 THE A-TEAM "The Say UNCLE Affair" Episode 5 (l-r) Eddie Velez as Frankie Santana Robert Vaughn as General Hunt Stockwell George Peppard as John ‘Hannibal’ Smith Bill Dow—NBC/Getty Images 1992 Democratic presidential nominee Bill Clinton talks on a cell phone while meeting with Boston Mayor Ray Flynn in a New York hotel on Sept 25 Mark Lennihan—AP 1993 Whoopi Goldberg during ShoWest in Las Vegas Jeff Kravitz—FilmMagic/Getty Images 1997 A farmer with his family sitting on a Bullock Cart and talking on a mobile Phone in Delhi India Today Group/Getty Images 2001 A woman watches smoke pour out of the World Trade Center Towers in New York on September 11 Nicholas Goldberg—Gamma-Rapho/Getty Images 2011 A rebel militiaman speaks on his mobile phone after capturing territory from government troops on March 25 in Ben Jawat Libya John Moore—Getty Images 2011 A youth films the aftermath of tear gas police fired at protestors in Muhammed Mahmoud Street near Tahrir Square on November 23 in Cairo Peter Macdiarmid—Getty Images 2012 Audience members take pictures of President Barack Obama at Florida Atlantic University on April 10 in Boca Raton Florida Marc Serota—Getty Images 2014 A teenager takes a selfie in front of Queen Elizabeth II during a walk around St Georges Market in Belfast The Queen has apparently voiced her dismay that when she carries out engagements she is greeted by a sea of mobile phones Peter Macdiarmid—PA Wire/Press Association Images/AP 1 of 13 Advertisement Investors have had faith in BlackBerry even as they despaired over its future because Chen has been consistent with his bold predictions rather than kicking the can of a promised turnaround down the road a year ago Chen said the company would be profitable by 2016 Still there’s a long way to go By one measure BlackBerry posted a profit of a penny per share last quarter But by another count BlackBerry saw a 28 cent loss The company has to prove it can sustain any profit just by growing its revenue One key measure suggests it might: the company turned its cash flow positive (meaning it’s generating money rather than burning through it) last quarter one quarter earlier than it projected Those metrics are meaningful in that Chen’s restructuring of BlackBerry has been a two-part plan: Cut costs and eliminate older unwanted businesses to become profitable and cash-flow positive After that Chen’s plan will be to drive revenue growth with new devices and software The last year has seen the first phase of that plan roll out quickly: BlackBerry cut its workforce by 40% then told workers in August it was finished with layoffs It outsourced manufacturing and refocused on the enterprise market And its success in clearing inventory of old models means an increased average selling price in future quarters should increase profit margins Increasing revenue is going to be trickier Chen’s predecessors found it much easier to cut costs than revive growth Still the Classic and Passport devices are designed to appeal to fans of BlackBerry’s iconic keyboard And the BES12 platform has drawn partners like Samsung and Boeing along with potential customers like Air Canada BlackBerry says it may take a few quarters for evidence of revenue growth to occur because of the way it accounts for device sales (it records revenue not when units are shipped to distributors but when users turn them on) and for software (which includes subscriptions and support spread over several quarters) BlackBerry’s recent report did give bears plenty of fodder for gloomy predictions revenue was down 34% $125 million under the Street’s consensus forecast But the company’s stock has shown an ability to recover quickly from such grim metrics The bad news reflected BlackBerry’s past but a better future still seems plausible Gone are the days in which BlackBerry can beat Apple But 2015 may be the year when BlackBerry shows reports of its demise were greatly exaggerated and that alone would make for a remarkable achievement Contact us at editors@timecomJapan:Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi was due in Tokyo on Sunday for a visit seen as a sign of a gradual thaw between the Asian rivals amid flurries of diplomacy over North Korea Shortly after his arrival Wang will meet his Japanese counterpart Taro Kono with their talks expected to touch on key subjects such as economic relations territorial disputes in the East China Sea and ways to push North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons Japanese officials have said Representational image Reuters Kono met Wang in China in January when he became the first Japanese foreign minister to visit the country in nearly two years "I hope that we will be able to discuss what Japan and China can work together on in the international arena not just bilateral issues" Kono told reporters on Friday "Of course the North Korean issue will surely come up in the meeting" he said The visit by Wang a veteran Japan handler who had served as an ambassador to Tokyo comes as the world’s second and third largest economies attempt to ease tension caused by longstanding disputes over maritime claims and Japan’s wartime legacy His visit is also seen as paving a way towards Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe’s wish to host Chinese premier Li Keqiang in May for a trilateral summit including South Korean president Moon Jae-in Such a meeting Tokyo hopes would lead to a long awaited exchange of state visits between Abe and Chinese president Xi Jinping Tokyo also hopes to expand its exchanges with China to stay relevant in increasing international efforts to engage with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un China has demonstrated its significant influence over its reclusive ally with Xi hosting Kim and his wife in Beijing South Korea’s Moon and US president Donald Trump are also preparing for separate direct talks with Kim leaving Abe to continue asserting a "maximum pressure" campaign against the North Abe who is due to meet with Trump in Florida on Tuesday to discuss North Korea may also meet with Wang Wang who will be in Tokyo until Tuesday will also participate in the fourth China-Japan High-level Economic Dialogue Bloomberg reports.
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