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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Reuters Sports Schedule during 0001 GMT on Thursday, Jan 1

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Reuters sports report during 0001 GMT on Thursday:

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NBA

Clippers horde a slumping Knicks

Chris Paul and a Los Angeles Clippers will bid for their 22nd win of a deteriorate when they horde a slumping New York Knicks, who have mislaid their final 8 outings, in one of 7 games on a joining schedule. (NBA-HIGHLIGHTS/ (PIX), design by 0430 GMT/11:30 PM ET, by The Sports Xchange, 600 words)

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NHL

Ducks accommodate Sharks in conflict of Western giants

The (24-8-6) Anaheim Ducks put a league’s best record on a line when they horde their Pacific Division rivals, a San Jose Sharks, in one of 11 games on a schedule. (NHL-HIGHLIGHTS/ (PIX), design by 0600 GMT/1:00 AM ET, by The Sports Xchange, 500 words)

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NORTH AMERICAN SPORTS

Roundups of off-field developments in a vital North American veteran sports leagues. (expect by 0101 GMT/8:01 PM ET, by The Sports Xchange, 400 words)

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SOCCER

PREMIER LEAGUE (1500 kickoff unless stated)

Stoke City v Manchester United (1245)

Aston Villa v Crystal Palace

Hull City v Everton

Liverpool v Leicester City

Manchester City v Sunderland

Newcastle United v Burnley

Queens Park Rangers v Swansea City

Southampton v Arsenal

West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion

Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea (1730)

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Chelsea and City resume pretension battle

LONDON – Chelsea take a three-point lead into 2015 and start a year opposite one of their favourite opponents in Tottenham. Champions Manchester City face Sunderland and third-placed Manchester United transport to Stoke. (SOCCER-ENGLAND/, pix, design initial lead by 1445 GMT/945 AM ET, by Mitch Phillips, 650 words)

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West Brom set to name Pulis as manager

LONDON – West Bromwich Albion are set to name former Stoke City and Crystal Palace trainer Tony Pulis as their manager.(SOCCER-ENGLAND/WESTBROM-PULIS, 300 words)

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Preview package

Asian Cup, Australia, Jan. 9-31

We continue a 37-part preview package for a region’s biggest soccer contest with profiles and factboxes of a 8 teams that contain Group A and Group B.

Hosted by Australia for a initial time, this year’s Asian Cup is deliberate far-reaching open with several sides desiring they have a possibility of rising winning in Sydney on Jan. 31.

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Group A

Australia, South Korea, Kuwait and Oman.

Group B

Uzbekistan, Saudi Arabia, North Korea and China.

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Time to broach for Socceroos on home soil

SYDNEY – After a year of infrequently unpleasant transition and an enlivening nonetheless eventually purposeless World Cup campaign, Australia enter 2015 meaningful that guarantee no longer depends for anything and usually formula matter. (SOCCER-ASIA/AUSTRALIA, relocating during 0800 GMT/3 AM ET, by Nick Mulvenney, 400 words)

Also relocating during 0800 GMT are profiles and factboxes of a 8 finalists listed above with identical equipment concerning Groups C and D relocating during a same time on Friday.

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Energy batch bets for a cautious

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Energy ETFs exposure

Exposure to U.S. oil and gas is 92 percent or larger for a 8 broad, unleveraged appetite ETFs.

All prolonged appetite ETFs mislaid income in a past 3 months, according to ETF.com. Excluding different and precedence funds, ETFs with additional bearing to smaller firms (PSCE, FXN, RYE) and a movement play (PXI, that also has outsized small-cap exposure) were tough hit, pronounced ETF.com researcher Paul Britt.

PXI, for example, has 44 percent bearing to oil and gas exploration, significantly some-more than a appetite zone benchmark, 26 percent, and significantly some-more than a top-heavy VDE and XLE, during 30 percent and 31 percent, respectively.

Where to demeanour for overbought/undervalued appetite ETFs? Britt pronounced mainstream funds, including XLE and IYE, have low price-to-earnings ratios and don’t take additional risk relations to an appetite benchmark.

FXN has a lowest P/E yet also takes some-more marketplace risk (16 percent bearing to oil and gas drilling, specifically), and that overlaps with a small-cap bearing that has strike some appetite ETFs hard. RYE has a low P/E and splits a disproportion (13 percent bearing to oil and gas drilling) on marketplace risk between XLE IYE and FXN. When a supply count opposite North America starts streamer down, as it already has, a distinction margins for oil and gas drilling companies get squeezed. XLE and IYE have 3 percent bearing to oil and gas drilling. PXI, even yet it has larger altogether bearing to oil and gas scrutiny than RYE and FXN, has reduction bearing to a oil and gas drilling sector, specifically, during 5 percent.


Global Automotive Software Market

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NEW YORK, Dec. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — This news analyzes a worldwide markets for Automotive Software in US$ Million by a following Application Segments: Infotainment/Telematics, Comfort Systems, Safety Systems, and Others. The US marketplace for automotive program is serve analyzed by a following Product Segments: Operating System Software, Middleware Software, and Application Software. The news provides apart extensive analytics for a US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin-America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are supposing for a duration 2013 by 2020. Also, a seven-year ancestral investigate is supposing for these markets. Market information and analytics are subsequent from primary and delegate research. Company profiles are essentially formed on open domain information including association URLs. The news profiles 78 companies including many pivotal and niche players such as –

Access Co. Ltd.
Adobe Systems Incorporated
Airbiquity, Inc.
Atego
Autonet Mobile Inc.

Read a full report: http://www.reportlinker.com/p0552770-summary/view-report.html

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1
Disclaimers I-2
Data Interpretation Reporting Level I-2
Quantitative Techniques Analytics I-2
Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3
By Application Area I-3
Infotainment/Telematics I-3
Comfort Systems I-4
Safety Systems I-4
Others I-4
By Product Segment I-4
Operating System Software I-4
Middleware Software I-4
Application Software I-4

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1
The Changing Face of a Automotive Industry: A Prelude II-1
Table 1: Middle-Class Consumer Spending Across Developed and
Developing Regions (2013E 2030F): Percentage Breakdown by
Region (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-3

Table 2: Emerging Dominance of OEMs From Developing Countries
in a Global Automotive Manufacturing Market (2012 2025P):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of OEMs by Origin – OEMs
from Developed Automotive Markets OEMs from Emerging
Automotive Markets (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-3

Table 3: Emerging Dominance of OEMs From Developing Countries
in a Global Passenger Car Market (2012 2025P): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Regional Foreign OEMs by Region/Country
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-4
Automotive Software: A Quick Primer II-4
New Age of Smart Cars Throws Spotlight on a Power of
Software Development II-6
Carputers for a Modern Car II-6
Market Traits II-7
Table 4: World Production of Passenger Cars: Breakdown of
Annual Production Figures in ‘000’ Units for Years 2014
2018 by Geographic Region/Country (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-7

Table 5: World Production of Commercial Vehicles: Breakdown
of Annual Production Figures in ‘000’ Units for Years 2014
2018 by Geographic Region/Country (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-8
Futuristics II-8
Impact of Economic Upheavals in a Recent Past: A
Retrospective Review II-9
2007-2009 World Economic Recession a Auto Industry II-9
2010: The Year of Recovery II-10
Years 2009-2013: The European Debt Crisis Escalates Hits
the Auto Industry Hard II-11
Table 6: European Automobile Market: Plant Capacity
Utilization for a Years 2007, 2010, 2011 2012
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-13
Year 2014: Hopes for a Recovery Despite Volatility Risks
of a Relapse II-13
Table 7: EU Real GDP Growth Rates in % (2014 2015):
Breakdown by Country (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-15
America’s Brush with a Fiscal Cliff Crisis (2011 through
2014) a Impact on a Auto Industry II-15
Years 2011 2012 Witness Continued Recovery in GDP and
Auto Sales II-15
Year 2013: GDP Slips Dragging Down Auto Production II-16
Year 2014: Mostly Positive Outlook Sprinkled With Yet
Lingering Fears II-17
Canadian Automotive Industry Declines in 2013 Squeezes
Opportunities for Automotive Software II-19
Weak Japanese Economy in H2-2013 Resulting Decline in
Auto Production Impacts Opportunities for Automotive
Software II-19
2012-2013 Cyclical Downturn of Emerging Markets Its
Impact on a Auto Industry II-20
Improvement in Global GDP Performance Encourages an
Optimistic Outlook for a Automotive Software Market II-21

2. MARKET TRENDS, DRIVERS ISSUES II-23
Software Content in Automobiles On a Rise II-23
Adoption of On-Board Vehicle Health Monitoring Diagnostic
System Drives Growth II-23
Quest for Fuel Efficiency Offers a Business Case for
Intelligent Software II-24
Emphasis on Safety Issues Take Automotive Software to Higher
Grounds II-24
Focus on Automotive Haptics Offers Opportunities for Software
Integration II-25
Sensor Fusion: Becomes Order of The Day for Modern Automotive
Platforms II-26
Government Safety Initiatives Indirectly Drive Growth II-26
TPMS Regulations Drives Demand for Software Driver Components II-27
Automotive HMI Reinforces Role of Automotive Software II-28
Introduction of Speech Recognition in Automobiles Spurs
Activity in a Automotive Software Sector II-28
Rise in In-Vehicle Communication Infotainment Spur Growth II-29
Competition Heats Up in a Automotive Operating Systems Market II-29
In-Vehicle Wi-Fi Takes Automotive Infotainment to The Next Level II-30
Cloud Enabled Car Connected Services: Set to Register Strong
Growth II-31
Move Towards Automatic Transmission Systems Sparks Growth II-31
Developing Markets Flaunt Huge Untapped Potential II-32
Table 8: Automotive Transmission Systems in Asia Pacific
(Excluding Japan) (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Unit
Sales by Product Type (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-32
Automatic Transmission Systems: A Mature Market in North America II-33
Table 9: North American Market for Automotive Transmission
Systems (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Unit Sales by
Product Type (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-33
ITS Applications Drive Up Software Content in Automobiles II-34
Table 10: World Market for Intelligent Transportation Systems
(ITS): Breakdown of Revenues (In US$ Million) of Select
Technologies for a Years 2010 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-35
Thrust towards Developing Fully Autonomous Semi Autonomous
Automobiles to Fuel Growth II-35
Introduction of Innovative Drive-by-Wire Technologies Offer
Lucrative Opportunities II-36
OEM Focus On Product Differentiation Drives Opportunities II-36
Software Development Costs: A Crucial Determinant of Adoption
of Intelligent Technologies II-37
Hybrid Cars Promise High Volume of Software Deployments II-37
Table 11: World Market for Electric Vehicles: Breakdown of
Sales Figures in Units for a Year 2015 by Vehicle Type –
Battery Powered Electric Vehicles Hybrid Electric Vehicles
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-38
Automotive Software Outsourcing Rises in Popularity II-38
Incidences of Recalls due to Software Defects Weakens
Reliability of Electronic Systems II-39
Keeping Up With a Blistering Pace of Consumer Electronics: A
Challenge to Reckon With II-39
Increase in Software Content Raises a Risk of Failure
Difficulty in Repairing II-39
Market Outlook II-40

3. PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-41
Definition II-41
Types of Software Technologies II-41
Operating System Software II-41
Middleware Software II-41
Application Software II-41
Use of Automotive Software in Vehicle Features II-41
Infotainment/Telematics II-41
Comfort Systems II-42
Safety Systems II-42
Others II-42
Industry Standards in Development II-42
AUTOSAR (Automotive Open System Architecture) II-42
Members II-43
Advantages II-43
FlexRay II-44
Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) II-44

4. PRODUCT INTRODUCTIONS/INNOVATIONS II-45
Green Hills Introduces Latest Version of Company’s Green Hills
Compiler II-45
McMurdo Unveils Fleet Management Software Platform II-45
Aricent Introduces M2M Gateway Software II-45
NNG Introduces iGO Primo nextgen Navigation Software Solution II-45
Intel Introduces Latest Technology for Autonomous Cars II-45
Huawei Introduces HUAWEI ME909T A 4G-LTE Automotive Module II-45
ALTIUM Introduces TASKING C Compiler for Automotive Software
Design Development II-46
Broadcom Introduces Bluetooth Software Stack for Automotive
In-Car Connectivity with Android Based Devices II-46
Dexter + Chaney Introduces Cloud Equipment Management Software II-46
MAM Software Developing eBay Module for Company’s Autopart
Management Software II-46
Airbiquity Unveils Choreo 5.0 II-46

5. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-47
Airbiquity Incorporates Eurosport.com and NAVX into Company’s
Choreo Platform to Serve European Market II-47
Airbiquity adds TuneIn Radio and Twitter Messaging as Content
Providers to a Choreo Platform II-47
Airbiquity Integrates Parkopedia and INRIX into Its Choreo™
Platform II-47
Airbiquity and Continental Partner to Provide Connected Car
Software Solutions to Automotive OEM Manufacturers Worldwide II-47
Teletrac Partners With AmeriQuest Business Services II-47
Mentor Graphics Buys Out Mecel AB’s AUTOSAR Assets II-47
Telit Successfully Acquires Automotive Telematics On-board
unit Platform Business from NXP II-48
Ford Successfully Acquires Livio II-48
Elektrobit and Daimler Partner to Develop Embedded Driver
Assistance Systems Software II-48
VI-grade Enters into a Partnership With MIRA II-48
Delphi and Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability
and Trust (SnT) of University of Luxembourg Ink Cooperation
Agreement II-48
Agero and XSe Partner to Develop Connected Reference Platform
for In-Vehicle Infotainment II-48
NXP forms Joint Venture With Datang Telecom Technology to Set
Up Automotive Semiconductor Company in China II-49
CSR Enters into Partnership with Mentor Graphics for Providing
Innovative In-Car Wireless Connectivity Solutions II-49
Nissan Motor Chooses Airbiquity’s Choreo™ Cloud Platform and
Smartphone Integration Solution to launch NissanConnect™ Apps
Service II-49
Airbiquity and China Unicom Partner to Offer Automotive
Telematics Services in Chinese Market II-49

6. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS II-50
Access Co. Ltd. (Japan) II-50
Adobe Systems Incorporated (USA) II-50
Airbiquity, Inc. (USA) II-50
Atego (USA) II-50
Autonet Mobile Inc. (USA) II-51
Broadcom Corporation (USA) II-51
DivX, Inc. (USA) II-51
ETAS Group (Germany) II-52
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. (USA) II-52
Green Hills Software Inc. (USA) II-52
International Business Machines Corporation (USA) II-53
Lectronix, Inc (USA) II-53
The MathWorks, Inc. (USA) II-53
Mentor Graphics Corporation (USA) II-54
Microsoft Corporation (USA) II-54
Nokia (Finland) II-54
Nuance Communications, Inc. (USA) II-55
ProSyst Software GmbH (Germany) II-55
QNX Software Systems (Canada) II-55
Renesas Electronics Corporation Inc (Japan) II-56
SpeechFX, Inc. (USA) II-56
Microchip Technology Inc. (USA) II-56
Texas Instruments Incorporated (USA) II-57
Vector Informatik GmbH (Germany) II-57
Wind River Systems, Inc (USA) II-57

7. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-58
Table 12: World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan,
Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin-America and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for
Years 2013 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-58

Table 13: World Historic Review for Automotive Software by
Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific,
Latin-America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-59

Table 14: World 15-Year Perspective for Automotive Software by
Geographic Region – Percentage Share Breakdown of Annual
Revenue for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific,
Latin-America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2006, 2014
2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-60

By Application Area II-61

Table 15: World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software in Safety Security Systems Application
by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,
Asia-Pacific, Latin-America and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for
Years 2013 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-61

Table 16: World Historic Review for Automotive Software in
Safety Security Systems Application by Geographic Region –
US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin-America and
Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-62

Table 17: World 15-Year Perspective for Automotive Software in
Safety Security Systems Application by Geographic Region –
Percentage Share Breakdown of Annual Revenue for US, Canada,
Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin-America and Rest of World
Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-63

Table 18: World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software in Body Electronics/Comfort Systems
Application by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,
Asia-Pacific, Latin-America and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for
Years 2013 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-64

Table 19: World Historic Review for Automotive Software in
Body Electronics/Comfort Systems Application by Geographic
Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific,
Latin-America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-65

Table 20: World 15-Year Perspective for Automotive Software in
Body Electronics/Comfort Systems Application by Geographic
Region – Percentage Share Breakdown of Annual Revenue for US,
Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin-America and Rest of
World Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-66

Table 21: World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software in Infotainment/Telematics Systems
Application by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,
Asia-Pacific, Latin-America and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for
Years 2013 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-67

Table 22: World Historic Review for Automotive Software in
Infotainment/Telematics Systems Application by Geographic
Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific,
Latin-America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-68

Table 23: World 15-Year Perspective for Automotive Software in
Infotainment/Telematics Systems Application by Geographic
Region – Percentage Share Breakdown of Annual Revenue for US,
Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin-America and Rest of
World Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-69

Table 24: World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software in Other Automotive Software Applications
by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,
Asia-Pacific, Latin-America and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for
Years 2013 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-70

Table 25: World Historic Review for Automotive Software in
Other Automotive Software Applications by Geographic Region –
US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin-America and
Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-71

Table 26: World 15-Year Perspective for Automotive Software in
Other Automotive Software Applications by Geographic Region –
Percentage Share Breakdown of Annual Revenue for US, Canada,
Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin-America and Rest of World
Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-72

III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES III-1
A.Market Analysis III-1
Market Outlook III-1
Statutory Regulations to Drive Growth in Automotive Software
Market III-1
US: TREAD ACT III-1
Product Launches III-1
Strategic Corporate Developments III-3
Key Players III-4
B.Market Analytics III-10
Table 27: US Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety Security
Systems, Body Electronics/ Comfort Systems, Infotainment/
Telematics, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013 by 2020
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-10

Table 28: US Historic Review for Automotive Software by
Application Area – Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in
US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-11

Table 29: US 15-Year Perspective for Automotive Software by
Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of Annual
Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-12

Table 30: US Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software by Product Segment – Application
Software, Middleware, and Operating System Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million
for Years 2013 by 2020 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-13

Table 31: US Historic Review for Automotive Software by
Product Segment – Application Software, Middleware, and
Operating System Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-14

Table 32: US 15-Year Perspective for Automotive Software by
Product Segment – Percentage Share Breakdown of Annual
Revenue for Application Software, Middleware, and Operating
System Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-15

2. CANADA III-16
A.Market Analysis III-16
Market Outlook III-16
QNX Software Systems: A Key Canadian Player III-16
B.Market Analytics III-17
Table 33: Canadian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis
for Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety
Security Systems, Body Electronics/ Comfort Systems,
Infotainment/ Telematics, and Others Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013
through 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-17

Table 34: Canadian Historic Review for Automotive Software
by Application Area – Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in
US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-18

Table 35: Canadian 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/ Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-19

3. JAPAN III-20
A.Market Analysis III-20
Market Outlook III-20
Key Players III-20
B.Market Analytics III-21
Table 36: Japanese Recent Past, Current Future Analysis
for Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety
Security Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems,
Infotainment/ Telematics, and Others Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013
through 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-21

Table 37: Japanese Historic Review for Automotive Software
by Application Area – Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in
US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-22

Table 38: Japanese 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/ Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-23

4. EUROPE III-24
A.Market Analysis III-24
European Union (EU): ECE-R 64 Legislation to Drives Growth
for TPMS Software III-24
Strategic Corporate Development III-24
B.Market Analytics III-25
Table 39: European Recent Past, Current Future Analysis
for Automotive Software by Country/ Region – France,
Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million
for Years 2013 by 2020 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-25

Table 40: European Historic Review for Automotive Software
by Country/Region – France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain,
Russia and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006 through
2012 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-26

Table 41: European 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Country/ Region – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia
and Rest of Europe Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020.
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-27

Table 42: European Recent Past, Current Future Analysis
for Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety
Security Systems, Body Electronics/ Comfort Systems,
Infotainment/Telematics, and Others Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013
through 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-28

Table 43: European Historic Review for Automotive Software
by Application Area – Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/ Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in
US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-29

Table 44: European 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-30

4a. FRANCE III-31
Market Analysis III-31
Table 45: French Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety Security
Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/
Telematics, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013 by 2020
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-31

Table 46: French Historic Review for Automotive Software by
Application Area – Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in
US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-32

Table 47: French 15-Year Perspective for Automotive Software
by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of Annual
Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-33

4b. GERMANY III-34
A.Market Analysis III-34
Strategic Corporate Development III-34
Key Players III-34
B.Market Analytics III-35
Table 48: German Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety Security
Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/
Telematics, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013 by 2020
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-35

Table 49: German Historic Review for Automotive Software by
Application Area – Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in
US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-36

Table 50: German 15-Year Perspective for Automotive Software
by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of Annual
Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body Electronics/
Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and Others Markets
for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-37

4c. ITALY III-38
Market Analysis III-38
Table 51: Italian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety Security
Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/
Telematics, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013 by 2020
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-38

Table 52: Italian Historic Review for Automotive Software by
Application Area – Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in
US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-39

Table 53: Italian 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-40

4d. THE UNITED KINGDOM III-41
A.Market Analysis III-41
Product Launch III-41
Strategic Corporate Development III-41
B.Market Analytics III-42
Table 54: UK Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety Security
Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems,
Infotainment/Telematics, and Others Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013
through 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-42

Table 55: UK Historic Review for Automotive Software by
Application Area – Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in
US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-43

Table 56: UK 15-Year Perspective for Automotive Software by
Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of Annual
Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-44

4e. SPAIN III-45
Market Analysis III-45
Table 57: Spanish Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety Security
Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/
Telematics, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013 by 2020
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-45

Table 58: Spanish Historic Review for Automotive Software by
Application Area – Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in
US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-46

Table 59: Spanish 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-47

4f. RUSSIA III-48
Market Analysis III-48
Table 60: Russian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety Security
Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems,
Infotainment/Telematics, and Others Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013
through 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-48

Table 61: Russian Historic Review for Automotive Software by
Application Area – Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in
US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-49

Table 62: Russian 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/ Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-50

4g. REST OF EUROPE III-51
A.Market Analysis III-51
Product Launch III-51
Strategic Corporate Developments III-51
Nokia: A Key Finnish Player III-52
B.Market Analytics III-52
Table 63: Rest of Europe Recent Past, Current Future
Analysis for Automotive Software by Application Area –
Safety Security Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems,
Infotainment/ Telematics, and Others Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013
through 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-52

Table 64: Rest of Europe Historic Review for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Safety Security Systems,
Body Electronics/ Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics,
and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-53

Table 65: Rest of Europe 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/ Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-54

5. ASIA-PACIFIC III-55
A.Market Analysis III-55
Market Outlook III-55
B.Market Analytics III-55
Table 66: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current Future
Analysis for Automotive Software by Country/Region – China,
India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013
through 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-55

Table 67: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Automotive
Software by Country/Region – China, India and Rest of
Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-56

Table 68: Asia-Pacific 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Country/ Region – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific
Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-57

Table 69: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current Future
Analysis for Automotive Software by Application Area –
Safety Security Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems,
Infotainment/Telematics, and Others Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013
through 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-58

Table 70: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Safety Security Systems,
Body Electronics/ Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics,
and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-59

Table 71: Asia-Pacific 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-60

5a. CHINA III-61
A.Market Analysis III-61
Market Outlook III-61
Product Launch III-61
Strategic Corporate Developments III-61
B.Market Analytics III-62
Table 72: Chinese Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety Security
Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/
Telematics, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013 by 2020
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-62

Table 73: Chinese Historic Review for Automotive Software by
Application Area – Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in
US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-63

Table 74: Chinese 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/ Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-64

5b. INDIA III-65
A.Market Analysis III-65
Market Outlook III-65
B.Market Analytics III-65
Table 75: Indian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for
Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety Security
Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/
Telematics, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013 by 2020
(includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-65

Table 76: Indian Historic Review for Automotive Software by
Application Area – Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in
US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-66

Table 77: Indian 15-Year Perspective for Automotive Software
by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of Annual
Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-67

5c. REST OF ASIA-PACIFIC III-68
A.Market Analysis III-68
Market Outlook III-68
South Korea: Revised Motor Vehicle Safety Standards to Drive
TPMS Software Growth III-68
B.Market Analytics III-69
Table 78: Rest of Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current Future
Analysis for Automotive Software by Application Area –
Safety Security Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems,
Infotainment/Telematics, and Others Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013
through 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-69

Table 79: Rest of Asia-Pacific Historic Review for
Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety Security
Systems, Body Electronics/ Comfort Systems,
Infotainment/Telematics, and Others Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006
through 2012 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-70

Table 80: Rest of Asia-Pacific 15-Year Perspective for
Automotive Software by Application Area – Percentage Share
Breakdown of Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems,
Body Electronics/ Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics,
and Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-71

6. LATIN AMERICA III-72
A.Market Analysis III-72
Market Outlook III-72
B.Market Analytics III-72
Table 81: Latin American Recent Past, Current Future
Analysis for Automotive Software by Country/ Region – Brazil
and Rest of Latin America Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013 through
2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-72

Table 82: Latin American Historic Review for Automotive
Software by Country/Region – Brazil and Rest of Latin
America Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue
in US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-73

Table 83: Latin American 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Country/ Region – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for Brazil and Rest of Latin America Markets
for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-74

Table 84: Latin American Recent Past, Current Future
Analysis for Automotive Software by Application Area –
Safety Security Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems,
Infotainment/Telematics, and Others Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013
through 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-75

Table 85: Latin American Historic Review for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Safety Security Systems,
Body Electronics/ Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics,
and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-76

Table 86: Latin American 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-77

6a. BRAZIL III-78
A.Market Analysis III-78
Market Outlook III-78
B.Market Analytics III-78
Table 87: Brazilian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis
for Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety
Security Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems,
Infotainment/ Telematics, and Others Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013
through 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-78

Table 88: Brazilian Historic Review for Automotive Software
by Application Area – Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in
US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-79

Table 89: Brazilian 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/ Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-80

6b. REST OF LATIN AMERICA III-81
A.Market Analysis III-81
Market Outlook III-81
B.Market Analytics III-81
Table 90: Rest of Latin America Recent Past, Current
Future Analysis for Automotive Software by Application Area
– Safety Security Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort
Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and Others Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million
for Years 2013 by 2020 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-81

Table 91: Rest of Latin America Historic Review for
Automotive Software by Application Area – Safety Security
Systems, Body Electronics/ Comfort Systems,
Infotainment/Telematics, and Others Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006
through 2012 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-82

Table 92: Rest of Latin America 15-Year Perspective for
Automotive Software by Application Area – Percentage Share
Breakdown of Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems,
Body Electronics/ Comfort Systems, Infotainment/ Telematics,
and Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-83

7. REST OF WORLD III-84
A.Market Analysis III-84
Market Outlook III-84
B.Market Analytics III-84
Table 93: Rest of World Recent Past, Current Future
Analysis for Automotive Software by Application Area –
Safety Security Systems, Body Electronics/Comfort Systems,
Infotainment/Telematics, and Others Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2013
through 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-84

Table 94: Rest of World Historic Review for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Safety Security Systems,
Body Electronics/ Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics,
and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2006 by 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-85

Table 95: Rest of World 15-Year Perspective for Automotive
Software by Application Area – Percentage Share Breakdown of
Annual Revenue for Safety Security Systems, Body
Electronics/Comfort Systems, Infotainment/Telematics, and
Others Markets for Years 2006, 2014 2020 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-86

IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 78 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries – 80)

The United States (44)
Canada (2)
Japan (3)
Europe (23)
– France (1)
– Germany (6)
– The United Kingdom (7)
– Italy (2)
– Rest of Europe (7)
Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (7)
Middle-East (1)

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The Simple New Year's Resolution That Can Change Your Life

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A crony of cave recently distinguished his 67th birthday. When we common his age with a 40-year-old buddy we hang out with, a friend flippantly remarked, “I need some younger friends,” and proceeded to trifle conflicting a room sanctimonious to be an aged gentleman.

I suspicion to myself, “I need some friends who aren’t unresponsive jerks.”

After a exasperation wore off and we suspicion about it, we satisfied that there competence be a reason for a shuffling stereotype. People remove coherence as they age, so they competence drag their feet instead of holding prolonged strides conflicting a room. Sometimes, their lives competence follow suit: Older people can turn set in their ways or even stranded in a rut.

I beheld this as my relatives got older. They became confirmed in routines to a fault: They went to a same caf� for lunch, vacationed during a same mark (even seeking for a same room any time), watched a same TV shows. Their lives got smaller and smaller.
we didn’t wish that to occur to me. So a year we incited 50 (and each year since), we motionless to try a new kind of New Year’s resolution. Instead of a common “lose 10 pounds” or “read a classics,” we chose something really different.

My New Year’s fortitude was to have 52 singular adventures: Try something new each singular week of a year. At a finish of a year, we would have had during slightest 52 new use — a conflicting of being in a rut!

 The idea was to be open to what life has to offer and use being some-more flexible. we wish to stay immature and vibrant.

 It turns out that perplexing new things and formulating new memories helps to kindle a brain. According to Harvard Medical School Family Health Guide, one of a ways to keep your mind immature is mental stimulation.

They write, “Through investigate with mice and humans, doctors think that brainy activities kindle new connectors between haughtiness cells and competence even assistance a mind beget new cells, building neurological “plasticity” and building adult a organic haven that provides a sidestep opposite destiny dungeon loss.”


Kentucky family recuperating after staircase collapsed during Christmas photo

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This family from Kentucky are recuperating after a staircase collapsed during Christmas photo. Photo: WLKY

A family’s Christmas unraveled into a holiday calamity when their outward staircase collapsed during a organisation photo.

But there was one china backing to a frightful occurrence — a healthy baby was innate afterward.

About 20 members of a Gillenwater family from Kentucky, USA, lined a staircase outward a home in Elizabethtown when it buckled underneath a weight — dropping a gratifying family to a ground.

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“The chairman during a tip substantially fell about 20 feet,” John Malcomson, executive of a Hardin County EMS, told Yahoo News. “All of a ambulances that were on avocation that day responded.”

About 8 people were harmed in a fall, though usually 6 were taken to circuitously Hardin Memorial Hospital, according to Malcomson.

“There were no fatalities,” he said. “Most of a injuries were damaged skeleton and things like that. No life-threatening injuries.”

WLKY, that was a initial to news a story, says that some of a family members — including dual profound women — were station during a bottom of a staircase when it defeated over.

One of a profound women was taken to Baptist Hospital East in St. Matthews, where she gave birth to a healthy child.

The family of 20 fell off a staircase identical to this one. Photo: WLKY

The family does not consider a occurrence prompted her labor since her due date was usually a few days off,

Mrs. Gillenwater says a annual family photos are a holiday tradition, and they are simply blissful no one was severely injured.

“My son and my grandson have another medicine entrance adult Thursday,” she pronounced in an talk with Yahoo News Tuesday. “That’s about where we are right now.”

Gillenwater’s son suffered a damaged femur and heel and her grandson pennyless his ankle in a fall, according to a report.

“Everyone is only gradually removing better,” Gillenwater said, “and thanking God that it’s no worse.”

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Top 2014 wastes of government money

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Every year the federal government loses tens of billions of dollars to waste, fraud and abuse. Unfortunately, 2014 was no exception.

Federal auditors issued plenty of scathing reports this year flagging programs and projects that were inefficient or wasteful. They also identified numerous costly instances of wrongdoing by federal employees.

Drawing on much of our reporting throughout the year, The Fiscal Times identified 5 of the most egregious examples of government waste in 2014.

Afghanistan Reconstruction: It’s basically been standard operating procedure for John Sopko, the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), to warn Congress about the failing $104 billion reconstruction effort in that country. Numerous projects have gone well over budget and been left finished, while millions of dollars have vanished and likely ended up in the wrong hands. In 2010, auditors said they could only account for about 10 percent of the total money spent repairing the war-torn country. Read more about the vast amounts squandered in Afghanistan here.

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Entitlement Programs: Government agencies in charge of major federal programs such as Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security have doled out about $100 million in improper payments each year for the last five years. The payments include everything from outright fraud to errors made by the agencies or errors made by people claiming the payments. Between 2002 and 2012, federal agencies gave out about $688 billion to the wrong people.

Agencies are required to estimate the payment error rate of their programs. For example, Medicare’s Fee for Service program had an error rate of 10.1 percent in 2013 –about $33.2 billion of the program’s total payments were improper. Read more about it here.

Rewarded for Bad Behavior: The Government Accountability Office revealed this year that the federal government paid $3.1 billion to federal workers on administrative leave over the last three years. Of this amount, $775 million went to 57,000 employees who were off work for a month or longer.

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Though not all of this money can be considered waste, lawmakers have questioned federal agencies’ use of administrative leave – especially when the departments place those employees accused of wrongdoing on leave for extended periods of time while they collect government salaries. Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) had referred to these instances as “taxpayer-funded vacations.” Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) said in an interview earlier this year, “Instead of firing misbehaving employees, Washington rewards those who have broken the law or engaged in misconduct by paying them to do nothing – sometimes for many years.”

In one example, Veterans Affairs executives at a Phoenix, Virginia health care center – caught covering up hidden wait lists – were put on administrative leave in May and continue to receive their annual government salaries of $85,000. Read more here.

I.T. Failures Cost Taxpayers a Fortune: The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s new case filing system, “Sentinel,” is just the latest chapter in federal IT flops. The system, ridden with problems, has spiraled $100 million over budget – and it still barely works. Auditors say the system, which is supposed to make it easier to search case files, is so flawed it actually makes the process more time consuming and difficult. Read more here.

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FEMA Fumbles Funding and Fails: FEMA spent $240 million building a high-tech system to help deliver supplies and coordinate the multi-agency response to national disasters. But a review by the Department of Homeland Security’s Inspector General found the Logistics Supply Chain Management System so riddled with errors that it can’t “interface” with other agencies – making it nearly impossible to locate and deliver emergency supplies.

The IG also said that even if the system worked, agency employees have not been trained properly to use it. Overall, auditors concluded, “Despite spending about $247 million over nine years, FEMA cannot be certain its supply chain management system will be effective during a catastrophic disaster.”

This is a huge problem: FEMA is notorious for botching its delivery of disaster relief. Just ask Hurricane Sandy victims. Read more here.


Will Computer Sciences (CSC) Stock be Hurt Today by SEC Penalty?

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US home cost expansion slows for 11th uninterrupted month

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WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. home prices rose in Oct during a somewhat slower pace, as genuine estate sales have depressed and affordability has increasingly turn a plea for intensity buyers.

The Standard Poor’s/Case-Shiller 20-city home cost index increasing 4.5 percent in Oct from 12 months prior. The total reported Tuesday symbol a eleventh true month of cost gains decelerating and a smallest benefit given Oct 2012.

The slack in cost expansion comes after surging double-digit increases for most of 2013. Home values climbed as a marketplace recovered from bottoming out in 2011 in a issue of a housing bust and a Great Recession. But home prices have outpaced muted salary growth, withdrawal many intensity buyers incompetent to means homes and causing both sales and cost expansion to case this year.

The new decrease in debt rates has nonetheless to move some-more buyers into a market. Simultaneously, there are fewer unsettled properties and bargains entrance onto a marketplace that attract investors as buyers. All of that has occurred notwithstanding an improving U.S. economy that has generated 2.65 million new jobs so distant this year, as a stagnation rate has forsaken to 5.8 percent from 6.7 percent during a start of 2014.

Prices hardly budged over a past 12 months in Cleveland (up 0.9 percent), Chicago (1.9 percent), New York (2 percent), Phoenix (2.1 percent) and Washington, DC (2.2 percent).

Still, there are signs that broader improvements in a U.S. economy might be causing prices to arise faster in some cities. Compared to September, 8 cities reported stronger year-over year prices expansion in October. This includes San Francisco (up 9.1 percent), Denver (7.2 percent) and Tampa (6.1 percent).

“We are saying hints that prices could finish 2014 on a clever note and accelerate into 2015,” pronounced David Blitzer, handling executive and authority of a index cabinet during SP Dow Jones Indices.

The Case-Shiller index covers roughly half of U.S. homes. The index measures prices compared with those in Jan 2000 and creates a three-month relocating average. The Oct total are a latest available.

Other housing reports endorse a broader slowdown.

The National Association of Realtors guess that 2014 sales will finish adult next 2013 levels. The trade organisation forecasts that 4.94 million existent homes will be sole this year, down 3 percent from 5.09 million in 2013. Analysts contend sales of roughly 5.5 million existent homes are common in a healthy genuine estate market.

The Commerce Department pronounced final week that new home sales slid 1.6 in Nov to a seasonally practiced annual rate of 438,000. That stays significantly next a annual rate of 700,000 seen during a 1990s.

The genuine estate brokerage Redfin reported Monday that a marketplace tracker found that home sales plummeted 5 percent in Nov compared to 12 months earlier. Nearly a third of a buyers surveyed by Redfin pronounced that their biggest barrier to purchasing a home was affordability.

Stan Humphries, arch economist during a genuine estate information organisation Zillow, remarkable that slower cost expansion should eventually be useful for a economy. When prices arise during levels closer to wages, some-more people are customarily means to buy a home.

“A slower-moving housing marketplace is inherently some-more stable, some-more offset between buyers and sellers and some-more tolerable over a long-term,” Humphries said.

Buying could be helped by normal 30-year debt rates staying sealed to a 19-month low. Rates national averaged 3.83 percent final week, according to a debt association Freddie Mac.


Bogota, Moscow, and Other Underrated Fashion Capitals

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Forget Paris and Milan—these 5 underrated character meccas should be on everyone’s conform radar in 2015.

Every year, gifted transplants make their approach to New York, London, Milan, and Paris. But, discordant to renouned belief, pattern talent exists over a “it” cities that make adult a Fashion Month circuit. Here are 5 of a many underrated conform capitals.

Antwerp, Belgium

Noteworthy designers: Dries Van Noten, Martin Margiela, Ann Demeulemeester

Known for being: Challenging and subversive

Antwerp’s fashionistas are substantially a many inclusive in all of these underrated conform capitals. Case in point: The “Antwerp Six”—all graduates of a city’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts—is a common of rarely influential, hyper-avant-garde designers. The organisation is done adult of Walter Van Beirendonck, Ann DemeulemeesterDries Van NotenDirk Van SaeneDirk Bikkembergs, and Marina Yee.

Fun fact: Martin Margiela (the male behind Maison Martin Margiela) is an unaccepted seventh member of a collective. While a strange sextet pennyless by during a London Fashion Week display in a late ’80s, Margiela headed true to Paris to work underneath Jean Paul Gaultier before finally going off on his own.

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Sydney, Australia

Noteworthy designers: Sass Bide, Josh Goot, Nicholas, Ellery

Known for being: Youthful and fashion-forward

Yes, there’s some-more to a “Land Down Under” than a claim swim- and surf-wear. Some of a many sparkling contemporary designers are born-and-bred Aussies. Our favorite is Josh Goot—his partner is a street-style demi-goddess (and Vogue Australia comparison conform editor) Christine Centenera, who reportedly desirous Kanye’s “makeover” of Kim Kardashian. Props also go out to Ellery, Alice McCall, and valuables engineer Estelle Dévé.

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Los Angeles, California

Noteworthy designers: Jeremy Scott, Tom Binns, Anita Ko, Hedi Slimane, Mansur Gavriel

Known for being: Statement-makers

Los Angeles gets an astray repute for being full of tracksuits, Uggs, and trucker hats. But a city is experiencing a vital conform moment. Jeremy Scott, valuables designers Tom Binns and Anita Ko, and Hedi Slimane (the new conduct engineer for Saint Laurent) all call a city home. Add in a half-a-month-long-waitlist for handbags from accessories twin Mansur Gavriel, and you’ve got yourself a conform collateral in training.

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Photograph © Victor Boyko/Getty Images around Condé Nast Traveler

Moscow, Russia

Noteworthy designers: Ulyana Sergeenko, Vika Gazinskaya, Gosha Rubchinskiy

Known for being: Ultra-feminine

As a unaccepted faces of a Moscow “fash pack,” street-style star Miroslava Duma and companion Elena Perminova foster Russian designers Ulyana Sergeenko and Vika Gazinskaya, both of whom adore a tailored bodice and a broad, unconditional round skirt. On a finish conflicting finish of a spectrum is Gosha Rubchinskiy, who’s turn famous for his choice of print-heavy streetwear and is a favorite of judgment shops like Dover Street MarketOpening Ceremony.

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Photograph © JT Blatty/Alamy around Condé Nast Traveler

Bogotá, Colombia

Noteworthy designers: Haider Ackermann, Paula Mendoza, M2Malletier

Known for being: Classic with a complicated twist

From São Paulo to Buenos Aires, South America is murdering it on a conform front, though Bogotá takes a cake. Haider Ackermann, best famous as BFF of singer Tilda Swinton, spent his childhood in Bogotá before venturing to Antwerp (see a initial object on this list) to mangle new ground. Also assisting put a city on a map are appendage specialists like valuables engineer Paula Mendoza and luxe leather handbag–makers Melissa Losada and Marcela Velez, who pattern as M2Malletier.

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