West Central equipment owner, who has faced a slew of lawsuits, is ready to move on

  • October 14, 2021

By Matt RourkeThe Associated PressStaff writerCollege football equipment and training equipment company West Central Equipment has sold a record $12 million stake in the company it owns in West Central.

The transaction was announced Friday in a statement by West Central’s chief executive, Robert Foye.

West Central has been sued numerous times over its equipment and has agreed to settle at least four lawsuits.

In July, a Texas judge struck down West Central as a class-action plaintiff, but he gave the company a temporary restraining order until the judge ruled on whether the company can continue as a defendant in a case filed by the Texas attorney general’s office.

The company is now a seller of training equipment under the West Central brand.

The company said the sale would bring a combined sales of $3.8 million.

West Central bought a controlling interest in WestCentral Equipment Co. in March 2015.

That year, West Central bought out West Central Training Co. for $2.2 million.

WestCentral and WestCentral Training Co., which both are part of the WestCentral Group, have a combined market value of about $1.6 billion.

The NFL’s most important things to avoid

  • September 2, 2021

The NFL is often touted as the place where the best athletes play, but it’s also where the most valuable things are produced, like the latest equipment and the most important people.

Recode’s Adam Kramer explains what’s behind the NFL’s top 10, and how we got here.

How to become a chemist

  • July 16, 2021

A Chemistry and Physics teacher in India has been awarded a prestigious PhD degree from a prestigious university.

The Doctorate of Chemistry at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) was conferred on Aseem Kumar for his contribution to the study of the molecular mechanism of energy conversion and is the highest awarded in the field of chemistry in India.

The award is in recognition of his achievements in teaching chemistry to young students at the university.

Kumar’s doctoral thesis is titled The Mechanism of Energy Conversion and is titled: “The role of the nuclei in energy transfer.”

“This was one of the most challenging areas of research to me and I am thankful to the institute for their efforts,” said Kumar, who was awarded the PhD degree in April 2016.

The post-doc was awarded a National Medal of Technology by the President of the Indian Council of Scientific Research.

“The chemists of the world are learning from me and will be doing the same.

I am looking forward to teaching my students in the future.

I look forward to being a chemist in future,” Kumar told NDTV.

The student’s doctoral dissertation has been accepted by the National Institute of Advanced Studies (NISA) in Hyderabad, where Kumar will work in collaboration with Professor Aseemanand.

“In our country there are many chemists who have been awarded PhDs.

This is a major milestone for us.

We have a lot of chemists in the country who have also won PhDs,” said Dr Arvind Singh, Director, JNU Centre for Advanced Chemistry.

Kumar’s thesis, which was published in Science, was one among several articles submitted for publication in Science.

The PhD is a joint award between the NISA and the Institute of Technology Sciences, Hyderabad.

“I am grateful to the university for giving me the opportunity to pursue this career,” said the student, who will also receive a post-graduate diploma in the Faculty of Science and Technology.

“I hope that in the long run I will be able to share my knowledge with the public through my research.

I would like to take this opportunity to share this knowledge with others.

I feel that this will help to increase the number of chemisists in India.”

Kumar is the first Indian PhD student from the country to receive the award.

It is the second time that a PhD has been conferred on a postgraduate student from India.

In 2013, Indian chemists awarded a PhD to Aseema Sharma who was also the first postgraduate graduate from India to receive a PhD in Chemistry from the Indian Institute of Science.

Kampanika Kannan, Director of Science at NISA, said the institution was looking forward with great interest to Kumar’s academic and professional future.

“We have always looked forward to the opportunity of seeing how the chemistry of the future will be developed and we are delighted to be able, in collaboration to the faculty and students of the Institute, to offer this honour to Asem Kumar,” she said.

Which NFL team is your favorite?

  • July 12, 2021

The NFL has announced that it has hired a football training expert to lead its training programs, according to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who was named interim CEO in the wake of the Wells Report, has also hired a consultant to help run the league’s program.

The NFLPA and the NFL Players Association are also negotiating with the league on how to respond to the Wells report, which revealed that NFL employees may have been paid to lie to the investigators.