Sofia Richie’s New Boyfriend Matthew Morton ‘Likes Her a Lot’

first_imgThe 22-year-old model was previously in a long-term relationship with Scott Disick. The former couple were first linked in 2017 before calling it quits in May after nearly three years of dating. While they reconciled two months later, they split again in August.Disick, 37, has also moved on from his romance with Richie. In October, the Talentless founder stepped out for a dinner date with model Bella Banos, whom he was previously linked to in 2017. He was then spotted leaving the Kimpton La Peer Hotel in West Hollywood with model Megan Blake Irwin. On Halloween, he hit up a party with Lisa Rinna’s 19-year-old daughter, Amelia Gray Hamlin.- Advertisement – Disick shares children Mason, 10, Penelope, 8, and Reign, 5, with ex Kourtney Kardashian, whom he dated on and off from 2006 to 2015. The exes have also spent time together since his split with Richie, most recently during Kim Kardashian’s 40th birthday party on a private tropical island.During Disick and Richie’s relationship, it became “more apparent that his family [with Kourtney] was more of a priority than she was,” a source told Us. The insider added that the Flip It Like Disick star is “always going to be in love” with the 41-year-old Poosh founder.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! Going Strong! Sofia Richie’s new beau, Matthew Morton, is very much invested in their relationship.“Matt grew up with an insane amount of wealth, but always remained grounded. He is a hard worker and wants to prove himself to his dad [Hard Rock Cafe cofounder Peter Morton],” a source tells Us Weekly exclusively. “He used to be somewhat of a player and has always surrounded himself with very pretty girls and dated pretty girls. But he’s calmed down a lot and likes Sofia a lot.”Sofia Richie’s New Man Matthew Morton Likes Her a Lot 1Sofia Richie and Matthew Morton Paul Zimmerman/Shutterstock; Inset: Courtesy of HurdlePodcast/Instagram- Advertisement – Us broke the news of Richie’s new relationship with Morton on October 19. Two days earlier, the duo fueled dating rumors after being spotted grabbing dinner at Nobu in Malibu.“They’re trying not to make a big deal about their relationship or about how serious it is,” an insider told Us at the time. “But they are definitely seeing each other.”Shortly after their romance was confirmed, a source revealed to Us that Morton, 27, is “really excited” about the pair’s blossoming romance. “They both run in the same circle and have known each other. So, it’s easy and fun for both of them,” the insider shared. “Sofia’s family approves of him, which is super nice for her.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

Sanja Buterin appointed President of the Management Board of Kompas dd

first_imgAt the end of April, the process of taking over 86% of the total share in the joint stock company Kompas dd from Zagreb was completed, which made the company Inspire Investments doo the majority owner of this travel agency Kompas dd on behalf of the Inspire Fusion Fund.By taking over one of the leading domestic tourist agencies, Kompas dd, Inspire Investnents continues the announced investments in the tourism sector. With the earlier takeover of FLEET rent a car, and future investments in the most potent economic sector, the construction of a new, strong grouping entity will begin, which will further improve the development of tourism in the coming years and certainly positively affect the overall result of domestic tourism.The new owners, in line with the new and different business policy, today appointed a new President of the Management Board, Sanja Buterin, who will take up her new position as CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network, which is known as one of the world’s largest marketing communication agencies. On the occasion of her appointment to a new position, Buterin points out that for her it represents a desired business step into tourism and destination management. “My personal and company goal is to position Kompas as one of the leading tourism companies in the region. The task of the entire team that I will manage is to successfully achieve business goals that will bring significant benefits to the entire tourism sector while creating new technological and tourism trends in everyday business.“Points out Sanja Buterin, the new President of the Management Board of Kompas dd.Buterin has a rich business career behind him in the management positions of some of the renowned domestic and foreign companies operating in the domestic market and in the market of the CEE region. In recent years, before coming to Kompas, in addition to the aforementioned Dentsu Aegis, she held some of the leading positions in Atlas, Mercedes-Benz Croatia, Nokia, Valvoline, Croatia osiguranje, PZ Autu…By the way, the travel agency Kompas Zagreb celebrated 25 years of pols this year. It currently operates through eight branches, and has been recording stable revenues for the past four years, and last year ended with a revenue increase of over 20 percent. Related news: INSPIRE FUSION INVESTMENT FUND TAKES OVER KOMPAS TRAVEL AGENCYlast_img read more

TripAdvisor and Group have entered into business cooperation in the Chinese market

first_imgTripAdvisor and Group, a Chinese online travel agency formerly called Ctrip, have entered into a business partnership. Shift. Source / photo: Skift; Pexels, TripAdvisor, Group Under the terms of the agreement, Group will, among other things, distribute TripAdvisor content through its brands such as Strip,, Qunar and Skyscanner. Also, the agreement for the Group includes the possibility of appointing one person to the management of TripAdvisor. In a joint press statement, the companies said the agreement helps Group achieve its globalization goals and strengthens TripAdvisor’s reputation as a global leader in the travel sector. “We are pleased to announce a strategic partnership with Group to expand TripAdvisor’s global reach, but also to help Chinese tourists plan more meaningful trips.”, Said Stephen Kaufer, CEO of TripAdvisor. “China is one of the largest and fastest growing passenger markets in the world. Group, with well-known brands and market leadership, is the perfect partner who can help us achieve long-term goals in the region.” RELATED NEWS: Group CEO Jane Sun pointed to the benefits of TripAdvisor’s user reviews and photos, adding that the agreements will help the company grow globally and vision to meet the needs of its customers around the world. Through business cooperation, achieved through a new brand called TripAdvisor China, TripAdvisor will own 40 percent of the company and will provide Group with exclusive rights to its Chinese brand, content licenses and other company assets. Group is the majority shareholder of this new brand. COOPERATION BOOKING.COMA AND GRAB PLATFORMS ADDITIONALLY ADDED OIL IN THE GLOBAL RACE FOR DOMINATION IN THE TOURISM SECTORlast_img read more

Bluesun opens its hotels in anticipation of the first extended weekend in June

first_imgIvana Kralj, Head of Quality Management, Hotel Operations Division, Bluesun Hotels & Resorts Booking recovery In Brela it is BSH Berulia, in Tučepi BSH Alga, in Bol BSH Elaphusa, and BSH Amor in Supetar was opened on June 6. In the meantime, the Bluesun camp Paklenica in Starigrad Paklenica was opened on May 27, and on May 29, BSH Kaj in Marija Bistrica reopened its doors to guests. Until the beginning of March, the state of reservations for the season was the same as in the same period in 2019, but they will slow down visibly in the middle of the month, BlueSun points out when asked about the state of reservations, adding that at the end of April July, August and September, and from the end of May, the market is visibly recovering – in order to further stimulate this trend, an additional 20% discount has been introduced for the opening of hotels.  Namely, they now come in large numbers from the market from which guests can come by car – primarily from Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Poland, Hungary and of course – Croatia.  Stjepko Sosic, Director of Revenue Management, Bluesun Hotels & Resorts Given the different epidemiological situation in the emitting markets and the fact that some of them are exclusively related to the air traffic that is just being established, this year Bluesun is counting on domestic guests in a larger number. Bluesun Hotel Alga in Tučepi becomes the first certified bike hotel in the chain We expect an influx of reservations from traditional markets – Germany and Scandinavia in July, after the stabilization of air traffic, he says Leo Urlić, Sales and Marketing Director, Bluesun Hotels & Resorts, adds: “This season will be shorter with a strong trend last minute reservation, which is expected, because although guests want to book, they are still waiting for the situation to stabilize. The positive thing is that our regular long-term guests come in increasing numbers and book vacations, and guests from the area waiting for concessions, intensively call and interest for our destinations. ” The number of domestic guests is expected to increase As far as the work of hotel restaurants and external hotel facilities is concerned, all measures prescribed by the teaching PHI will be respected and all points stated will be acted upon, regardless of whether they are measures or recommendations. Protective equipment and facilities are provided for all employees and guests.center_img Hotels in Brela, Tučepi and Bol open on June 10, in anticipation of the first extended weekend of the month, Bluesun reports, adding that due to the situation and the delay of the season, a hotel is opening in each of these destinations to begin with. Adjustments in business due to a pandemic “After June 15, when the border regime in some of our emitting markets should be defined, ie relaxed, with the arrival of real summer and school holidays, we expect a larger influx of families with children who make up the majority of our guests in the heart of the season. By the way, the first results of the action we placed before the opening of the hotel are encouraging and give us the right to believe that the peak of the season will look much better than predicted. In order to meet the needs of our guests to the maximum, we have facilitated the conditions of reservations and changes to existing reservations. ” expires Stjepko Sosic, revenue management director, Bluesun Hotels & Resorts, and adds that so far the reservations are dictated by the situation in air traffic.  “We will adjust the way meals are served, in order to respect the number of guests who, given the new measures – may stay in hotel restaurants at the same time by organizing two so-calledsitting for each meal. Between them, mandatory disinfection of space and inventory will be carried out. As far as the preparation and serving of food is concerned, it has so far been prepared according to strict measures prescribed by HACCP, and additional disinfection measures have been introduced in kitchens and areas where food is stored.. ”He emphasizes Ivana Kralj, Head of Quality Management, Hotel Operations Division, Bluesun Hotels & Resorts. Also, all prescribed measures of the CNIPH will be implemented in the pools. “Deckchairs will be located at the prescribed distance, instructions on mandatory keeping of space will be placed everywhere in visible places, we will make sure that a moderate number of guests stay in the pool. Before entering the pools, showering is mandatory, as well as disinfection of hands and feet. Drinks will continue to be served at the pools, of course with the prescribed distance measures and hygienic-epidemiological measures and recommendations of the CNIPH.. ”Concludes the King.  As of this season, as announced at the beginning of the article, a bike zone is opening at the Bluesun Hotel Alga in Tučepi, where a special focus is on an active holiday program with an emphasis on cycling. The hotel offers a separate hall with the possibility of indoor cycling with the most modern trainers, and in addition to the classic bike rental, we also offer electric bike rental. All guests who have booked other Bluesun hotels in these destinations, regardless of price range, are accommodated in these four most popular hotels, and other hotels in the destinations will open gradually, in accordance with market requirements, we expect that it is early July, stand out from Bluesun. BlueSun further boasted that their hotel Alga in Tučepi is the first certified bike hotel in the chain. “That’s why we have adjusted the opening date of hotels in destinations to encourage them to take advantage of the extended weekend and open the season, and we invite them to take advantage of the second extended weekend at the end of June in our destinations.” he pointed out Stjepko Sosic, Director of Revenue Management, Bluesun Hotels & Resorts.last_img read more

Apply equal justice in serious car crashes

first_imgI read recently the outrage over the high school-age boy, whose drunken crash claimed the life of two other children, being up for parole.Now it’s followed by sympathetic coverage of a prominent businessman whose same action has caused a woman to be crippled for life, a paraplegic. He has a lawyer who is paid enough to twist a story into shape that a judge must follow that twist and release the offender.  Where is the justice?Calvin MooreColonieMore from The Daily Gazette:Foss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the census Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinionlast_img read more

EU recovery summit could end with no deal, says Merkel

first_imgGermany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel warned that EU leaders may fail to reach an agreement on Sunday on a huge post-virus recovery plan for the shattered European economy.Arriving for the third and what she said was probably the “decisive” day of an extraordinary European summit, Merkel said the 27 leaders had “many positions” on the size of the fund, on rules for accessing it and on tying it to respect for the rule of law.”I still can’t say whether a solution will be found,” she said. “There is a lot of good will… but it may also be that no result will be achieved today.” Merkel was due to join French President Emmanuel Macron and the president of the European Council, summit host Charles Michel, to prepare a new offer to break the logjam after Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and his “Frugal Five” allies blocked a deal.Michel had proposed a 750-billion-euro package of EU loans and grants to help member states recover from an historic coronavirus recession, but Austria sees the package as too big and the Netherlands wants member states to be able to veto national spending plans.The rest of the 27 EU leaders were due to meet again in the full summit format from noon (1000 GMT) and talks could yet go late into the night. Topics :last_img read more

Pro Athletes Demise

first_imgHere are some sobering figures that Glen Butte shared with me for this article. We revere the young sport star when he is in his prime and yell for his retirement when we think he is not producing the results we want. Unfortunately, here are some of those sobering facts after they retire or are forced to leave the sport that made millions for them when they were playing well.Seventy-eight percent of NFL players go bankrupt or are in financial stress within two years of retirement. The same type of fate hits NBA stars but at a lesser rate of sixty percent. Divorce rates for retired athletes go as high as sixty percent, also. According to a North Carolina University study eleven percent of those retired players suffer depression.According to a SI report, many of these athletes find it very difficult to change these fates. I think the pro sport franchises need to do a lot more in educating these young men when they are first employed on what to do with the money and point out to them how fast a pro career can vanish.last_img read more

Bruce: We’re halfway there

first_img Talks took place over a deal, but it failed to materialise and Bruce has indicated he may well try again to sign the Republic of Ireland international. But with Albion having recently sacked head coach Steve Clarke and Long therefore set to be soon working under a new boss, Bruce is keeping an open mind on the subject. He said: “A new head coach will come in and who knows? “If he became available, then I would love to try to do something. “But we thought we had a deal on deadline day and it didn’t quite happen. “We’ll see what the situation is, but we’ll respect the fact that he is a West Brom player.” Hull took a deserved lead in the 28th minute of Saturday’s contest when Jake Livermore, who is on loan from Tottenham, finished off a counter-attack. During his celebration, the midfielder kicked a camera set up behind the goal and he was subsequently contacted via Twitter by the owner of the equipment, photographer Richard Heathcote. Heathcote’s message included a picture of the broken “£6k” camera and said: “where do you want me to send the repair bill?” Livermore responded with a message saying “apologies mate will sort camera no problem”, adding that he would donate the same amount it cost to the charity fundraising efforts of his Hull team-mate Tom Huddlestone. The late leveller for West Brom – playing for the first time since Clarke’s dismissal and overseen by caretaker head coach Keith Downing – came from the boot of substitute Matej Vydra. It was Vydra’s maiden Albion goal and Downing later paid tribute to the Czech Republic striker, who joined on loan from Udinese over the summer, saying: “He’s waited a long time. “He’s been persevering in training. “He’s had a few niggles here and there and it’s a big step for him, a massive boost. “I’m pleased for him because he’s a good lad and works hard during the week. “He took his opportunity to score very well. “Once he gets in those one-v-one situations he is a very good finisher.” The point was Albion’s first in five games and they remain 16th in the table, three points above the relegation zone. Bruce is certainly not about to take anything for granted, though. After the game at The Hawthorns, in which the hosts equalised in the 86th minute, he said: “It would have been lovely to have 22 points. “But getting 20 points by Christmas – if someone had said that to us at the start, then we would have been delighted. “We are halfway there, but we have to repeat the whole thing in the second half of the season.” He added: “It is always difficult for a newly-promoted club, but we are making a fist of it and you can see from the way they (his players) play that they are a delight to work with. “They roll their sleeves up, have a go and they are enjoying playing in the Premier League. “Hopefully we can bring one or two in to give a bit of quality in January. But overall I am delighted.” One player Hull may look to recruit in the forthcoming winter transfer window is West Brom striker Shane Long, who had appeared set to make the switch on the final day of the last window. The Tigers, who were promoted to the Barclays Premier League in May and widely tipped ahead of this season to be relegated straight back to the Sky Bet Championship, made it to the milestone points tally on Saturday when they drew 1-1 at West Brom, their 17th fixture of the campaign. At this stage they look on course for survival, given 40 points is generally viewed as the total that will guarantee safety and Hull – currently 12th in the table – still have 21 games to play. Hull boss Steve Bruce has expressed his satisfaction at his side reaching 20 points this term – but stressed that their job is only half done. Press Associationlast_img read more

Wenger: Ozil class will tell

first_img “Is he over it now? Certainly not, because 48 hours is a short time to get over that, but it is part of the job as well to deal with disappointment and to show that you can respond to it,” Wenger said. “He apologised after the game, but I don’t think people are shocked Ozil is not Arsenal’s designated penalty taker, sitting behind Mikel Arteta and Olivier Giroud, who were both not playing on Wednesday night.” Asked whether he would let Ozil take a penalty again, Wenger said: “I believe that at the moment you have to let him recover from that. “I had examples before, with people like Dennis Bergkamp who missed an important penalty in 1999 and refused after to take any penalty (for a while)… some other people don’t mind and (take penalties) again. “It depends on how you feel and how much you want it.” Arsenal will be without full-back Kieran Gibbs because of a hamstring injury, and Wenger is likely to rotate his squad. Giroud had been left on the bench against Bayern in favour of rookie forward Yaya Sanogo. The France international was in the headlines for some personal issues in the past couple of weeks, but Wenger insists the 27-year-old is in the right frame of mind. “Some of us are different, but he is one of them who will focus completely on the pitch,” Wenger said. Sunderland are set to play Manchester City in the Capital One Cup final next weekend, with former Arsenal goalkeeper Vito Mannone helping them win a dramatic penalty shoot-out at Manchester United. Wenger, though, is not expecting Gus Poyet’s men to let their focus slip from the job in hand. “It can happen, but let’s not forget they play for survival as well,” he said. “The players who will want to play in the final will want to show that they can play well. It can go both ways. “It is always a bit on your mind certainly, but I don’t think that will be a reason to expect any weakness from Sunderland – it can galvanise them and give them some special resources.” Ozil made a promising start following his £42.5million signing from Real Madrid at the end of the summer transfer window, but has struggled to make an impact in the last few months. That frustrating inconsistency was epitomised by a costly penalty miss in the Champions League last-16 first leg tie against Bayern Munich on Wednesday night. The German playmaker has apologised via Facebook for the tame spot-kick, which was saved by Manuel Neuer after eight minutes of a game the Gunners would go on to lose 2-0 and all but end their European dreams for another season. Arsenal will unveil a bronze statue of former striker Bergkamp ahead of Saturday’s Barclays Premier League fixture against Sunderland. Much like Ozil, the ex-Holland international needed time to grow into his new surroundings following a then club-record £7.5million move from Inter Milan in June 1995, failing to score in his first seven games. Wenger is in no doubt Ozil possesses the same elements to develop into an Arsenal great. “Ozil is a classy player and on a longer period class tells, always,” said Wenger. “I would like to say how pleased I am that Dennis Bergkamp gets his statue, for his class, his contribution to the success of the club, and as well, a forgotten quality in the modern game, for his loyalty. “That is why I am so happy that he gets one, and I wish that one day Ozil will get one outside the stadium as well and I will still be well enough to come and watch it.” Wenger maintains Ozil should not dwell on his penalty miss against Munich and also not be afraid to try another one when he is ready. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is in no doubt Mesut Ozil’s class will eventually tell – and one day perhaps even see him immortalised with a statue outside the Emirates Stadium like Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henry. Press Associationlast_img read more

Monk pens new Swansea deal

first_img Monk, who had two years left on his original deal, guided Swansea to a best Premier League finish of eighth in his first full season in charge last term with a record points total. The 36-year-old – the youngest manager in the Premier League – joined Swansea as a player in 2004 and went on to make 270 appearances, becoming captain and playing his part in the club’s rise through the divisions and Capital One Cup success in 2013. Monk succeeded Michael Laudrup as Swansea manager in February 2014 and Jenkins said the new contract, which Press Association Sport understands includes a significantly increased release clause, is fully deserved. “It’s deserved reward for the fantastic season we’ve just had and all Garry’s hard work, commitment and loyalty to our football club over many years,” Jenkins said. “We also feel it is vital to have stability within our football club, especially with Garry going into such a big season where the reward for remaining within the Barclays Premier League is going to be greater than ever in terms of finance and global exposure.” Monk, who was linked with West Ham and Sunderland last season, said he was delighted to sign the new deal and plans to build on last term’s success. “We’ve been talking for a while, mostly over the finer details, so I’m glad it’s all finalised heading into a new and very important season for the club,” Monk told “It hasn’t been a distraction because I will always remain focussed, but it was a situation both myself and the club felt was important to get clarified before the season started. Swansea manager Garry Monk has signed a new three-year contract at the Liberty Stadium. Press Association The Barclays Premier League club announced the news on their official website after the 36-year-old had been in talks with Swansea since the end of last season. “As a club we are pleased to agree the new contract with Garry,” Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins said. “This is my 12th year at Swansea and I’ve always given everything for the club. “Last season was fantastic and I learned a lot to take forward. But even with the success we all had, from the staff to the players, you can never afford to stand still. “It’s been a happy and productive 18 months so far for me as manager. “I believe we have put good foundations in place, but now it’s vital we build on that and push forward. “It is probably going to be the most important and difficult season many clubs will face in the Premier League ahead of the new broadcasting deal.” last_img read more