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first_imgHelloworld Travel appoints new Group General ManagerHelloworld Travel Limited (ASX: HLO) today announced that John Constable, former Global head of STA, has been appointed as the new Group General Manager – Retail and Commercial. Mr. Constable, who has also held senior positions with Tui and other major UK travel retail and wholesale businesses will take up the position, based in Melbourne, on 12th February 2018. Julie Primmer, Head of Branded Network, David Padman, Head of Corporate, Associate and Affiliate Networks, Mike Thompson, Group General Manager Partnerships and Stan Scott, Head of Commercial, will report into Mr. Constable.“I am delighted that John has agreed to join Helloworld Travel Limited” said Helloworld Travel CEO Andrew Burnes. “John brings with him a wealth of experience in the wholesale and retail global travel distribution business and I am confident he will have a very positive impact on our retail businesses, including our commercial operations”.This appointment now establishes the four pillars of Helloworld Travel’s operational management team, with Mr. Constable heading up the Retail and Commercial divisions in Australia, Cinzia Burnes heading up the Wholesale and Inbound divisions, Russell Carstensen heading up the Corporate and Air Tickets businesses and Simon McKearney heading up Helloworld’s extensive operations in New Zealand.Mr. Constable will report to Helloworld Travel CEO Andrew Burnes.Source = Helloworld Travel Limitedlast_img read more

first_img Comments   Share   Cleveland Browns cornerback Jamar Taylor (21) lines up against the Jacksonville Jaguars during an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017, in Cleveland. (Jeff Haynes/AP Images for Panini) Seeking a second cornerback opposite Patrick Peterson, the Cardinals reportedly worked out Bashaud Breeland on Thursday. The four-year NFL vet had a strong resume with at least 14 games played in the past four years but suffered a foot injury that required a skin graft — the injury led the Carolina Panthers to rescinding a three-year contract with Breeland in March.Related LinksReport: Free agent CB Bashaud Breeland to visit CardinalsBreeland had also visited the Indianapolis Colts. It’s unclear if he was leaning toward signing with them over the Cardinals, or if Arizona decided trading for Taylor was the better option.Taylor, a 2013 second-round pick, played the last two seasons with Cleveland, compiling 119 tackles, three interceptions and 23 passes defensed over 31 games played.The 27-year-old played his first three NFL seasons for the Miami Dolphins, appearing in 33 games with them.Taylor, who played college football at Boise State, has compiled 201 tackles, three interceptions, one forced fumble and 27 passes defensed over five years in the NFL. The Arizona Cardinals announced they acquired cornerback Jamar Taylor from the Cleveland Browns.The Cardinals will send the Browns a 2020 sixth-round pick in return.Taylor had two years remaining on his deal but 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s John Gambadoro reports that the corner agreed to drop his 2018 base salary from $4.25 million to $975,000 to help Arizona’s cap situation.Arizona and Cleveland had discussed a deal during the 2018 NFL Draft in late April but remained in contact after not coming to an agreement, Rapoport added. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retireslast_img read more