APTN National NewsFor many people who live on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, Christmas is a tough time of year.Many depend on what little money they receive from social assistance and community organizations to get by.Well, this year, over a hundred disadvantaged women and children were treated to a chef-prepared Christmas meal by two of the top restaurants in Vancouver.APTN National News reporter Tina House has this story.
Supporters of an Indigenous camp blocking access to a planned pipeline in northern British Columbia say they are anticipating RCMP action over an injunction filed against them.Jennifer Wickham, a member of the Gidimt’en clan of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation, says police have gathered in Smithers, B.C., and Houston, B.C., which are the closest towns to the Gidimt’en checkpoint.TransCanada has said it has signed agreements with all First Nations along the pipeline route to LNG Canada’s $40 billion liquefied natural gas project in Kitimat, B.C.But Wickham says the company does not have the authority to build through Wet’suwet’en territory because the house chiefs, who are hereditary chiefs rather than elected band council leaders, have not given consent.On Dec. 14, the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs issued a statement saying they were deeply concerned by the National Energy Board’s decision denying their request to participate in a jurisdictional challenge to the permits issued to TransCanada’s Coastal GasLink pipeline project, which would cross Wet’suwet’en territories.The RCMP and TransCanada did not immediately respond to a request for comment.The Canadian Press
The wife of a former army colonel was shot dead at Wijeyarama, Nugegoda late this evening, the police said.According to the police, Jayanthi Sunila Jayaratne (65) was alone at home at the time of the shooting. Unidentified gunmen had forced their way into her house and shot her twice using a T-56 weapon.The motive for the shooting is still not known. The Mirihana police are conducting investigations. (Colombo Gazette)
Two people were killed following a shooting incident in Jampettah Street in Colombo today.The Police said that four people had sustained injuries in the incident and were admitted to hospital. According to the Police, a 58-year-old man and a 50-year-old woman succumbed to their injuries in hospital. (Colombo Gazette)
The Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI) is hosting nine more free events as part of its annual lecture series.Professors in finance, Biological Sciences and other disciplines will share their knowledge as part of the third annual lecture series, which ends May 17. Topics include weather-related risks, grape sour rot and a rapidly developing wine region in China.Daryl Somers of the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre and Helen Fisher, an abjunct professor from the University of Guelph Department of Plant Agriculture, will speak about accelerated grape breeding from 3 to 4:30 p.m. today in MacKenzie Chown H313.Future lectures are:Professor Andy ReynoldsBiological Sciences, Brock UniversityMonday, March 15 / Time: 3 to 4:30 p.m. / Location: H313Topic: Applied geomatics.Connecting the dots between grapevine physiology, terroir and remote sensingAssistant Professor Antonia MantonakisMarketing, International Business and Strategy, Business, Brock UniversityMonday, March 22 / Time: 3 to 4:30 p.m. / Location: H313Topic: Consumer behaviourKevin KerCCOVI Professional Affiliate, Brock UniversityMonday, March 29 / Time: 3 to 4:30 p.m. / Location: H313Topic: Penglai China – The rapidly developing wine region in ChinaAdjunct Professor Wendy McFadden-SmithBiological Sciences, Brock University/ Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural AffairsMonday, April 12 / Time: 3 to 4:30 p.m. / Location: H313Topic: New initiatives in the management of grape sour rotProfessor Vincenzo DeLucaBiological Sciences, Brock UniversityMonday, April 19 / Time: 3 to 4:30 p.m. / Location: Sankey ChambersTopic: Biochemical pathway discovery in grape natural product biosynthesisAssociate Professor Don CyrFinance, Brock UniversityProfessor Martin KusyFaculty of Business, Brock UniversityProfessor Tony ShawGeography, Brock UniversityMonday, April 26 / Time: 3 to 4:30 p.m. / Location: Sankey ChambersTopic: Hedging weather-related risks in the viticulture industry with weather contractsAssociate Professor Dirk De ClercqOrganizational Behaviour, Human Resources, Entrepreneurship and Ethics (OBHREE)Assistant Professor Maxim VoronovMarketing, International and Business and Strategy, Brock UniversityMonday, May 3 / Time: 3 p.m. / Location: to be determinedTopic: Creating an identity for the Ontario wine industryProfessor Ralph BrownCollege of Physical and Engineering Science, University of GuelphMonday, May 10 / Time: 3 p.m. / Location: to be determinedTopic: Instrumentation for precision viticultureAssociate Professor George Van der MerweMolecular and Cellular Biology, University of GuelphMonday, May 17 / Time: 3 p.m. / Location: to be determinedTopic: Understanding the impact of fermentation stresses on yeast during wine production• Flyer for the event (includes maps)
A number of road closures will be in effect starting early Thursday for Supercrawl 2018 in Hamilton.The free arts and music festival runs from September 13 to 16 and is celebrating it’s tenth anniversary.James St. North will be closed from King St. to Strachan St. from 1 a.m. Thursday until Monday at 5 a.m.Starting at 1 a.m. Friday, York Blvd. will be closed between Bay St. and Hughson St. until 1 a.m. on Monday.A section of Murray St., Colborne St., Mulberry St., Vine St., and Rebecca St. near James St. will be closed during the festival.For more information on the road closures, click here.Road closures for #Supercrawl weekend are coming!JAMES St N (King-Strachan) andYORK Blvd (Bay-Hughson).@HSR detours: https://t.co/hPfrr0WJXz #HamOnt pic.twitter.com/el5fjp03MN— City of Hamilton (@cityofhamilton) September 12, 2018
Bliss Gatenby and Carson Welychka can sum up their experience in Sumter, S.C., in one word: Life-changing.Joined by a group of Brock students and staff, the pair made the trip to the U.S. in February 2016 to build a house with Habitat for Humanity as part of Alternative Reading Week (ARW).The annual service-learning initiative is offered through the Student Life and Community Experience department.“It was an incredibly eye-opening experience,” said Gatenby, who will be a student leader during this year’s trip to Sumter.“People who are our neighbours are living without everyday necessities such as heat, hydro and water, things that we don’t even think twice about.”Welychka, who was in her first year of Business Communication when she last participated in ARW, is pushing herself outside of her comfort zone by co-leading the reading week trip to Peru this year.“My experience in South Carolina is exactly what motivated me to become a leader this time around,” she said.“There’s always something to learn and understand when you broaden your perspective through opportunities like this.”Brock students and staff will join Solidarity Experiences Abroad from Feb. 16 to 26 to participate in a medical mission and educational programming for youth in Lima and Cuzco, Peru.The group travelling to South Carolina will depart Feb. 18 and return on Feb. 26.As both groups prepare to spend their week off performing physical labour, Gatenby and Welychka stressed it’s time well spent.“Everyone thinks it’s like giving up their reading week, but it’s really about putting it to good use,” said Welychka.“There’s so much value in giving back. It not only benefits you as a leader, but it also strengthens your ties to your own community,” said Gatenby.“An experience like this is extremely motivating when it comes to striving for change locally.”Spots are still open for the South Carolina trip. Students, staff and alumni are encouraged to participate. Applications will be accepted until Feb. 8, or until all spots are filled. Visit ExperienceBU to apply.
It’s been rumored for some time that HTC had designs on launching a Windows RT tablet. Now it looks like the company may be very close to doing just that.According to NPD DisplaySearch, mass production may already be under way. Some industry sources in Taiwan believe that electronics ODM Pegatron started building HTC’s tablet in the first quarter of this year.Nothing official has been revealed yet, but the HTC Windows RT tablet is expected to feature a 10.1-inch, full 1080p HD display. It’s also believed that HTC has chosen to build the tablet around a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, which wouldn’t come as a surprise. HTC leaned on Qualcomm chips in both the Flyer and Jetstream tablets, and also on its recently-launched HTC One flagship phone.At one point HTC was said to be considering an Intel processor for the slate. Ultimately it was decided that an Intel-based tablet would carry a retail price that was just too high to attract consumers.Rumors about HTC’s Windows tablet ambitions started swirling as far back as 2011. As the retail launches of Windows 8 and Windows RT approached, however, news trickled out that HTC wasn’t selected as a first-round manufacturer by Microsoft.But as Windows RT devices continue to struggle to gain market share, Microsoft is ready to redouble its efforts. That means letting additional manufacturers — like HTC — get in on the action. It also means making concessions and tweaking certification policies to allow for an even greater variety of devices.
Google Chrome fête ses trois ansLe navigateur Internet du géant américain fête ce vendredi ses trois d’existence et d’innovations.Le 2 septembre 2008 un nouveau navigateur Internet voyait le jour dans sa version bêta, Google Chrome. Trois ans plus tard, le pari de l’innovation tenté avec Chrome semble réussi.Troisième navigateur en terme de part de marché derrière Internet Explorer et Mozilla Firefox, Chrome progresse toujours plus chaque année. Il talonne désormais le navigateur de la Fondation Mozilla avec 23,17% de parts de marché en août, contre 27,5% à Firefox et 40% à Internet Explorer, relaye Zdnet.À lire aussiÉquinoxe du Printemps : pourquoi tombe-t-il le 20 mars ?Google Chrome a ainsi su s’imposer grâce à son interface simplifiée au maximum, un niveau de sécurité accru avec son système de sandbox, une rapidité d’exécution qui ne se dément pas et surtout un rythme de mise à jour de 6 semaines, inédit jusque-là. Des éléments qui ont également participé au développement de ses concurrents, obligés de bouger pour faire face à tant d’innovations. Et au final, ce sont les utilisateurs qui ont en bénéficié.Le 2 septembre 2011 à 10:58 • Maxime Lambert
(WSVN) – The powerful nor’easter that battered shores along the Northeast coast unearthed an old ship that experts believe may have been from the Revolutionary War.Police in York, Maine posted a photo of the hull of the ship that was briefly revealed as tides ran out along the Maine coastline.The remains of the ship are located at Short Sands Beach.According to Seacoast Online, a Maine archaeologist believes the vessel was from the Revolutionary War.Officials say the ship was last seen during a nor’easter in 2007.You can see the photos of the ship below: Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Pentagon officials are mulling the next steps in their exploration of whether the operation of military groceries could be privatized, after a number of companies expressed interest in taking over some or all aspects of the commissary system.“We have a significant response. It’s enough of a response that we think that a real evaluation of what we’ve got is needed, but it’s going to be a thoughtful and considered process,” Peter Levine, acting undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness, told the Military Times.“The thing we need to do is assess the information we’ve gotten, determine whether it’s enough to proceed to the next step,” Levine said. The next step presumably would be a formal request for proposals for a possible contract, according to the story.“I can just tell you that we have enough that it merits a very serious consideration of where we’re going from here,” he said.In May, DOD issued a request for information to industry to assess whether the private sector could replace the Defense Commissary Agency. The department also asked whether a company could operate commissaries while maintaining customer savings without a federal subsidy. The Defense Commissary Agency receives about $1.4 billion annually in appropriations to operate military groceries around the world.One of the organizations that responded to the request was the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES), which proposed placing management of commissaries under its control as a way to streamline operations and slash the federal subsidy. Commercial grocery retailers would operate commissaries at larger installations under contract with AAFES, while the exchanges would directly operate smaller commissaries, including those overseas, under the proposal. Dan Cohen AUTHOR
Popular on Variety ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 From 2005-12, Neumann worked at private-equity firms Providence Equity Partners and Summit Partners. Before that, he held several other roles with Disney, which he first joined in 1992, including EVP of the ABC Television Network from 2001-04 and CFO of the Walt Disney Internet Group from 1999-2001. Neumann holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and an MBA from Harvard University.Netflix’s hiring of Neumann also was reported late Monday by the Wall Street Journal. Netflix wanted its next CFO to be based in L.A., where Neumann resides, to focus on production finance related to its original series and movies, per the Reuters report, citing an anonymous source. Wells has been based out of Netflix’s headquarters in Los Gatos, Calif.In its filing Monday, Activision Blizzard said it placed Neumann on paid leave and informed him that it intends to fire him “pending an opportunity for him to demonstrate why cause does not exist to terminate his employment or why termination of his employment is not otherwise justified.”With Neumann’s status in limbo, Activision Blizzard said that effective Jan. 1, 2019, chief corporate officer Dennis Durkin, 48, will assume the duties of CFO. Durkin — who previously served as chief financial officer prior to Neumann’s 2017 hire — will become permanent CFO in the event Neumann exits the post, according to the games company. Spencer Neumann is joining Netflix as its new chief financial officer and will exit as Activision Blizzard’s CFO after less than two years, according to reports.As first reported by Reuters, Neumann will start at Netflix in early 2019, replacing CFO David Wells. Netflix announced last summer that Wells planned to step down after 14 years with the company and would depart after a successor was hired.Netflix didn’t immediately respond to a request for information outside of regular business hours.In a Dec. 31 SEC filing, Activision Blizzard disclosed that it planned to fire Neumann “for cause unrelated to the Company’s financial reporting or disclosure controls and procedures.”Neumann had joined Activision Blizzard as CFO in May 2017. Previously, he had been CFO and EVP of global guest experience at Disney’s Walt Disney Parks and Resorts division since 2012.
in Daily Dose, News September 16, 2018 589 Views The Week Ahead: Keeping an Eye on Construction On Wednesday, the Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) will release the August 2018 New Residential Construction survey. The survey covers single-family residential construction statistics for the month, and previous surveys have indicated a growing market for new homes.However, the July survey indicated that construction companies may not be able to keep up with the rising demand for new homes. In July, building permits increased 1.5 percent month over month, but housing completions saw a decline of 1.7 percent.On a year-over-year basis, housing starts were 1.4 percent below their July 2017 estimates. However, building permits rose 4.2 percent over the same period last year. The rise in building permits was led by single-family unit authorizations that were at a rate of 869,000 units, a rise of 1.9 percent over the revised June figures, the data indicated.According to Mark Fleming, Chief Economist at First American, the rise in single-family permits shows that homebuilders are pushing through new construction projects despite the headwinds of rising tariffs and costs.“Despite significant cost headwinds, home builders are pushing through new construction projects. In fact, residential building permits increased 4.2 percent since this time last year,” Fleming said. “Permits for single-family homes increased 1.9 percent compared to the previous month, the largest monthly gain since October of 2017.”Here’s what else is happening in The Week Ahead:NAHB Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, Tuesday, 10 a.m. ETMBA Mortgage Apps 7:30 a.m. ETNAR Existing Home Sales 10 a.m. ETFed Balance Sheet, 4:30 p.m. ET Five Star Conference HOUSING Keystones Women in Housing 2018-09-16 Seth Welborn Share
Big Data: Changing the Mortgage Business Editor’s note: This feature originally appeared in the May issue of MReport, out now.From online shopping to social media posts, the data trail consumers leave behind these days only grows longer and more telling. In fact, data scientists estimate that 90 percent of the world’s data was generated over the last two years alone, according to a 2018 article published by Forbes. What does this mean for mortgage lenders?While the era of big data is still taking shape, no one can dispute that it’s arrived. It’s expected to transform the mortgage industry because of the insights it reveals about borrowers who are difficult to underwrite. This technology can accelerate the loan production cycle, improve risk management, render mortgage servicing more efficient, and extend the reach of marketing campaigns among other benefits.Big Data, Big Deal?Big data can mean many things, but technologists generally define it by the four Vs—massive in volume; extremely varied in format; high speed in velocity; and complex in terms of veracity. For mortgage lenders, it can include customer records (loan files, bank statements, brokerage accounts) and third-party information (credit scores, tax returns, credit card statements, or even cell-phone payment histories).Related terms, such as big data technology or big data analytics, refer to the way this information is captured, organized, and made searchable. Machine learning—a subset of artificial intelligence— uses algorithms to analyze big data, draw conclusions from it and update these conclusions as new data becomes available.Better AssessmentsBy using the insights gleaned from big data, lenders can learn a lot more about borrowers with thin credit files—meaning people who haven’t tapped enough credit to be judged on just a generic credit score. For example, a lot of millennials don’t take out car loans, use credit cards, or work as salaried employees the way their parents did. However, they do have bank accounts, pay cell phone bills, and often use mobile payment apps—all of which can help lenders to decide whether they’re a good credit risk.In the same way that lenders can build alternative credit profiles for millennials, they can also do this when evaluating mortgage applicants from underserved communities, many of whom lack definitive credit histories.First ImpressionsA digital lending platform isn’t just an online mortgage application form, but rather an interactive experience that meets or exceeds consumers’ expectations. Would-be borrowers will quickly leave a lender’s website if it asks them too many questions only to recommend generic loan products. Big data usually draws on internal analytics and third-party information to come up with the best options almost immediately. If prospective customers begin shopping for loans on a lender’s web-based platform, this initial interaction can accelerate the sales process, with loan officers or sales representatives following up with a phone call.Increasing EfficiencyIn the face higher interest rates, declining volume, and high production costs, lenders need to control costs and preserve profit margins. They can integrate big data analytics into existing systems to digitally process applications, speed up underwriting, and better onboard customers. For example, with a customer’s consent, a lender can more efficiently gain a broader picture of borrower financials with third-party data providers, such as employers, banks, brokerage firms, and credit bureaus.In addition to enhancing data integrity, machine-learning models can help lenders prevent last-minute delays by flagging a data point that requires further investigation. For example, if the system uncovers a large deposit or withdrawal in a borrower’s bank account, the processor or underwriter can request clarification via an account status alert, with the customer’s answer feeding into the analytics application assessing her overall credit risk.The speed and efficiency of approving and closing a loan directly affect production and underwriting costs. With more comprehensive, better-organized, and easily searchable data loan processors can deliver higher-quality files more quickly to underwriters. Underwriters can focus on automated, flagged exceptions rather than having to discover them with “stare and compare” work. This can help shave days off the lending cycle timeline.Maximizing Servicing ReturnsServicing is a highly commoditized, volume-driven, low-margin business. With big data analytics, servicers stand to maximize collections and better control costs by helping them to identify borrowers on the cusp of missing an upcoming payment and optimize customer outreach to reduce delinquencies.Within this new analytical paradigm, servicers can supplement existing customer data with borrowers’ current credit card balances or payment status on student debt or car loans. Machine-learning models rate these variables against credit risk scoring methodologies to determine the most effective, cost-efficient means of working with at-risk borrowers.When it comes to predicting actual delinquencies and defaults in a servicer’s portfolio, a model is only as good as the data supporting it. Today, the volume of relevant data exceeds the storage capacity of traditional warehousing systems. However, with big data technology, servicers can run machine learning driven models in a quicker span of time without consuming additional computing power.Getting MoreBy tapping into big data, lenders can gain additional insights into borrowers beyond what they learn from credit scores and tax returns. They can get a better, more recent picture of borrowers with credit card transactions and income fluctuations reflected in their bank accounts. Once they aggregate this data, it’s easier to more precisely segment customers and market products best suited to their needs at any point in their lives. Models powered by machine-learning algorithms identify correlations or reveal hidden trends to help a lender extend the reach of marketing campaigns to generate repeat business or win new customers.Detecting FraudWith their shift to digital services, lenders must stay on top of fraud, especially since the mortgage industry is the most frequently targeted sector in financial services. At the same time, they don’t want to lose legitimate business or run afoul of regulators by rejecting applications too aggressively. Fortunately, big data analytics can help to balance these competing goals.Fintech vendors, lenders, and third-party data suppliers are moving beyond traditional detection measures dependent on siloed data and manual processes to distinguish actual fraud from anything flagged as suspicious activity. Their technology can help lenders to minimize false positives and spot questionable transactions within seconds, and then score risk against thousands of variables.Embracing this technology often requires a new managerial mindset toward risk, and such analytics are not an overnight fix. However, they can yield significant benefits within a reasonable time period and reduce the costs of solely relying on legacy systems.Strengthening ComplianceManaging compliance risk is a herculean task due to the matrix of mortgage lending regulations and housing finance programs that the government put in place after the 2008 financial crisis. Lenders now answer to a lot more government entities that want information sliced and diced differently depending on what part of the business they scrutinize. With the help of big data, lenders can integrate systems and models—which have been siloed in different departments—to speed up compliance and reporting and upgrade reporting quality.To promote regulatory compliance, lenders have traditionally managed their day-today business by focusing on one loan application at a time, as it’s processed through the mortgage cycle. Operations departments are tasked with feeding application data into systems that are then maintained by risk management. Machine-learning models can draw upon massive volumes of data delivered in real time to test a portfolio against a broad range of compliance criteria, and more accurately predict problems before regulators point them out.Analytics and Big Data in ActionEvery lender knows that selling to existing customers is less costly than acquiring new ones, but success depends on improving the borrower experience. In early 2018, a Minnesota credit union used big data analytics to target only 1,400 members after calculating the amount of money they’d save by converting into short-term mortgages. By refining its target market, the lender maximized its marketing dollars and wrote nearly $30 million in new loans.Using third-party data for income and asset verification, instead of requiring documents from borrowers directly, is increasingly common to ease the documentation demands on borrowers. In March, a Georgia-based nonbank mortgage lender integrated an application through which it receives employment status, income, and W2s from a major credit bureau into its loan origination system. It reported that within six months, it had automatically validated borrower financials for about three-quarters of some 25,000 loan applications, valued at $6.5 billion. In doing this, the lender said it sped up its pipeline by about a third and cut closing times by about five days.Cost containment is the biggest challenge in the servicing business. An industry leader headquartered in Texas is using big data analytics to boost the productivity of its customer call centers. With more robust cost-benefit analyses, it’s helping employees make the most of the time they spend talking to customers to prevent delinquencies and defaults. Using output generated by machine learning models, the servicer has determined the best day and time to call customers whose payment activity deviates from prior months. For example, employees might wait a week to call a customer who has a high FICO score and regularly makes a direct deposit on the 12th of the month for payment due on the 15th. However, they might phone a borrower a day after her balance is past due if she has a history of late payments.A New FrontierThe success of any mortgage lender hinges on the scope and quality of its borrower data, the speed at which it can verify and process such data, the technology it uses to approve its loans, and the degree to which it can meet evolving customer expectations. With the help of big data and the analytics that make sense of it, lenders stand to extend credit beyond their traditional client base and do it more quickly and efficiently than they’ve been able to thus far. To take full advantage of advanced analytics, a lender should treat both internal and third-party data as equally valuable and leverage them across all its functions. Share May 7, 2019 5,235 Views in Daily Dose, Featured, News, Print Features AI Big Data Borrowers Lenders Lending Loan Applications machine learning mortgage technology 2019-05-07 Radhika Ojha
As had been noted repeatedly since Palmer suffered the injury, there was really no specific timetable for when it would heal. He underwent various different treatments over the last few weeks all in an effort to get back on the field as soon as possible. Palmer said he first noticed things took a big turn for the better Monday morning, and while he was hoping it would have gotten better sooner, he’s glad to be where he’s at now. And while some of his teammates may be using their bye week to get away from football, Palmer will continue to immerse himself in it. “I’ll be in that room over there,” he said, pointing to the training room, “I’ll be over in that room over there until playoffs end for us. I’ll be out on the field all this week and in the training room getting treatment. So it’s not a bye week for me.” Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling TEMPE, Ariz. — Arizona Cardinals practice ended about half an hour early Wednesday. Carson Palmer was glad the team took the field at all for its final session before the bye week.“I heard practice might get canceled today, and I was the only one in this locker room that was really bummed,” he said. “I’m very excited — it’s just a big relief off your shoulders because there’s always just that sliver of doubt in the back of your mind. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 0 Comments Share Top Stories “But I trusted in our guys and they were right.”You see, Wednesday was the first day in a while where Palmer, who has been dealing with a nerve injury in his right shoulder, was able to throw a bit. Palmer, who has missed the last two games because of the ailment, said he did not throw a ball any farther than 10 yards. While that may not seem like much, it was a giant step forward for someone who had been incrementally improving but lacked some real, tangible results.“It looks like it’s getting better and better,” Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Wednesday. “He’ll throw it, as treatment, throughout the weekend. Hope to have him back full speed by Monday — that’s our goal right now.”Palmer said he felt great Wednesday, and his goal is to be “firing on all cylinders, at least by Wednesday of next week.”That would put him on track to start in the team’s Week 5 matchup with the Denver Broncos.“Yeah, I do, I do,” he said when asked if he hopes to be ready for the game. “Obviously if I can’t Drew is more than ready — he’s proved that the last two weeks — but it’s part of the timetable and I expect to be ready.”
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