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— -- Senior 3Com Corp. executives are waiting for the full terms of a US$2.2 billion acquisition bid to be made public, as several important details affecting the company's future remain unclear.

Bain Capital Partners LLC and Shenzhen Huawei Investment & Holding Co. Ltd. announced an offer to buy 3Com on Sept. 28 for $5.30 per share, a 44 percent premium over 3Com's closing stock price on the previous day.

"It's clearly a win for shareholders. When you can get a 44 percent return on your investment overnight, you take it," Jay Zager, 3Com's chief financial officer, said in an interview in Singapore on Monday.

But Bain and Huawei, which is an affiliate of Chinese networking vendor Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., offered little insight into their future plans for 3Com, including whether the company's senior management will be retained and how ownership of the company will be structured.

In particular, Huawei's role and the size of its stake in 3Com if the acquisition goes through remain uncertain. The information is not revealed in any of the documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Zager said his discussions related to the bid have so far involved only Bain executives, despite several meetings that took place in China.

These questions should be resolved soon. Full details of the acquisition bid will be disclosed in a proxy statement that Zager expects to be filed during the last week of October.

The deal is likely to face some regulatory hurdles as Huawei, which is a private company, retains close ties with the Chinese government. If reaction to Lenovo Group Ltd.'s bid for IBM Corp.'s former PC division is any guide, there are may well be calls to examine national-security implications for the U.S. arising from the acquisition of 3Com.

On the other hand, Huawei and 3Com have previously worked together. In 2003, the two companies established a joint venture, called Huawei-3Com Co. Ltd. (H3C), in which 3Com held a 49 percent stake. Two years later, 3Com increased its stake to 51 percent as the company became an important provider to Huawei.

3Com bought out the remaining 49 percent of H3C from Huawei in March for $840 million, implying a valuation at that time for the joint venture of approximately $1.7 billion.

The former joint venture is the largest source of revenue for 3Com and is currently the only one of its business units that is profitable, earning an operating profit of $27 million on sales of $187 million during the quarter ended on Aug. 31. And 30 percent of H3C's revenue comes from Huawei, which signed an 18-month non-compete agreement when it sold its stake to 3Com.

Huawei's role in the acquisition bid should put to rest fears it will re-enter the market for enterprise switching network gear on its own. "The H3C-Huawei relationship, as best as we can tell, should more than likely continue far beyond the 18 months," Zager said.

Of course there's more to 3Com than H3C. The company's Data Voice Business Unit, its second-largest source of revenue after H3C, reported an operating loss of $4.7 million on sales of $140 million during the most exact quarter. And then there is TippingPoint, a security company that 3Com acquired in 2005 for $430 million, which reported an operating loss of $553,000 on sales of $25.5 million.

Earlier this year, 3Com announced plans to spin off TippingPoint in an initial public offering early next year, saying its products were not a tight fit with networking gear produced by other units. That IPO is still likely to happen, but the decision to proceed will ultimately be Bain's and Huawei's to make if the 3Com acquisition goes through, Zager said.

The value of these individual units, as indicated by their previous valuations, has some investors questioning whether the bid for 3Com reflects the company's true value. But Zager notes that 3Com's market value is reflected in the company's current stock price, not valuations done at an earlier time.

"You can argue philosophically, how did 3Com get to a valuation on the street of $1.4 billion or $1.5 billion when the individual pieces add up to more than that, and my guess is that gets down to expectations, execution, etc.," he said.

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Killexams : Battlefield 2042 Will Receive Its Final Specialist In 2023

Battlefield 2042's fourth multiplayer season will add its 14th and final Specialist, developer DICE has announced, as the game pivots to a class-based system.

In a blog post announcing what new content players can expect in the coming months, DICE revealed that a new Specialist--coming as part of Season 4 in early 2023--will be the last new playable character coming to the game's roster.

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"With the return of Classes and our roster of 14 in total, we are happy with the amount of specialists and variety of gameplay that they will allow you to experience," DICE stated. "So our focus will be continuing to listen to your feedback in order to expand the sandbox in other ways by bringing design and balance changes for your class-based combat, along with continuing to expand on skins and cosmetics to provide you more ways to stand out on the battlefield."

Specialists proved to be a controversial part of Battlefield 2042 from the start, with player-feedback leading DICE to make changes. Early next year, an update will tweak the Specialist system to be more similar to the class-based systems of previous Battlefield games, with each Specialist being assigned a class and a set of gadgets and equipment exclusive to that particular class. The game's final Specialist will be part of the Recon class, DICE confirmed.

In addition to the new Specialist, new maps and additional map reworks are also coming down the pipe. A reworked version of Manifest that will feature "a tighter playspace, improved visibility, cover and sightlines" will arrive in late December, with an overhaul of Breakaway coming in early 2023. The new Breakaway will move the map's iconic oil rig much closer to the rest of the action to create a "more focused playspace." DICE additionally teased a brand-new map coming as part of Season 4 that will be "smaller, shorter, and linear designed for up close and personal, close-quarters combat that Battlefield is famous for."

Though it won't include a new Specialist, DICE confirmed Season 5 is in the works, and will include a new map, battle pass, and more. DICE additionally teased that Season 5 will see the team "lean into previous games and how they can show up in the world of 2042," with the new map possibly taking inspiration from Battlefield 4.

It's been a long road for Battlefield 2042, which launched in 2021 with numerous technical issues that caused DICE to delay the game's first multiplayer season until Summer 2022. Since then the team has steadily improved the game through bug fixes, additional content, and reworks for launch content. Battlefield 2042 was recently added to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate as a result of it coming to EA Play.

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Killexams : Rumor: Specialist Could be Coming to Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 No result found, try new keyword!Text on a tip screen for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 hints that the series’ Specialist bonus may be making its way to Infinity Ward’s hit shooter. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is ... Thu, 10 Nov 2022 01:09:00 -0600 Killexams : Making A Fortune As Automobile Gear Specialist

The advancement in Automotive industry comes with the advancement of auto technicians, and the need to specialise in particular areas as well.

One area of specialties that has been so popular and very lucrative when it comes to automotive is car gear. To become specialist in this area, one must be able to diagnose and fix the gearbox or transmission of an automatic car.

While one does not need to go to a special university to learn the skill, it thus requires training. “It requires full attention and patient to be able to learn the job, and once you are a specialist, in the repair of car gearbox in Nigeria, then you should consider yourself a millionaire,” an auto gearbox specialist in Lagos, Sunday Ayorinde, told LEADERSHIP.

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The first step of becoming a gearbox specialist is to learn the skill. There are many well known Auto mechanic shops in Nigeria, especially, in Lagos, where one can be trained.

To him, “with less than N200,000, you can register with one of the well known mechanic shops and start the learning process. The secret to learning fast, is to always be with your boss. Be humble and loyal to him. Always show the eagerness to learn.

“Be warned; you may be distracted by other unserious trainees, so keep off from them. Your boss will never force you to come to work, you have to make it as a priority to not miss a day and to learn something each day you go to work. Don’t focus on making money sharp sharp, rather focus on learning all the nitty gritty details of repairing gearbox,” Ayorinde advised.

One cannot remain a boy forever, as he needs to move to the next stage, which is becoming a boss himself, by opening a automotive mechanic shop. After one is confident that he can fix car gearbox, without calling on his boss for advise, then, he is good to open his own shop.

“After successfully completed your apprenticeship and getting the necessary certificate from your boss to operate as a gearbox specialist, then you can move to the next stage of being your own boss,” Ayorinde fittingly puts it.

The next step is to raise funds to buy the necessary tools used in repairing car gearbox. For instance, one needs the transmission jack, to lift and lower a transmission; output shaft seals, to prevent you spilling transmission fluid; a flywheel wrench; computer diagnostic tool to diagnose the exact issue with the gearbox; spline alignment tool, to align the splines on the clutch plate with the transmission’s input shaft and socket set, among others.

After getting the necessary tools, it is time to open a guarage or automotive shop.  “It is advisable to open your shop at a busy place like Owode in Lagos, where they repair cars and sell automotive parts. You may decide to join other mechanics that specialises in other areas,” the car gearbox specialist advised.

The next step is to market oneself. “Gone are those days when one will wait for cars to pull over. You have to market yourself by selling yourself to companies and car dealers. You need to print a business card, specifying your specialty. Your should open an account with all the social media platforms, that is the cheapest and easiest way to market oneself,” Ayorinde stated.

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Killexams : Formerly 'Fearful' Puppy Mill Rescue Dog Becomes 'Helper Dog' for Canines Overcoming Trauma

Lolly believes in a dog-help-dog world.

In Nov. 2021, the innocent canine was one of the over 500 dogs that the ASPCA rescued from deplorable conditions at an Iowa puppy mill. Now, she is a "helper dog" at the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center (BRC) in Weaverville, North Carolina, where she helps guide fearful dogs through new activities.

Lolly's journey from "nervous" puppy mill rescue to hero helper dog started last year after the ASPCA pulled Lolly from the Iowa breeding facility. Following her rescue, Lolly went to an emergency shelter operated by the ASPCA for initial exams and treatment.

According to the ASPCA, Lolly had matted fur, internal parasites, dental disease, and a severe infection during her first medical exam. After receiving treatment for these issues, Lolly was transferred to the BRC to address her avoidant behavior toward human interactions and walking on a leash.

"The BRC is the first-ever permanent facility dedicated to the study and behavioral rehabilitation of canine victims of cruelty and neglect. After being rescued from the Iowa puppy mill, Lolly needed support with her fear and under socialization, and came to the BRC for treatment," Darren Young, CPDT-KA, Lolly's behavioral rehabilitation specialist at the BRC, tells PEOPLE.

"At first, Lolly was nervous and pacing, her stress even causing her paw pads to sweat," Young adds of Lolly's initial behavior.


Young is used to working with dogs demonstrating "severe fear." The BRC cares for numerous puppy mill rescues each year. Young says dogs saved from these situations "have almost always lived in isolated environments, where they had little, if any, exposure to the outside world." Young focused on training with Lolly to help the dog gradually overcome her fears.

"Our team employed evidence-based training methods to help Lolly learn to create positive associations with new people and places, and walking on a leash. As the weeks passed, she began to come out of her shell with the help of our team as well as other dogs in the program, including some of whom were also rescued from the same puppy mill. Eventually, Lolly was more and more excited to work with her handlers and began to solicit our attention — seeking pets and time spent in our laps," the behavioral rehabilitation specialist says of Lolly's training journey.

"After six weeks, Lolly was ready for 'graduation.' She was enjoying spending time with people, car rides, and exploring local parks," he adds.


Today, Lolly lives with her forever family, which includes Dr. Ashley Eisenback, DVM, the senior director of veterinary services at the BRC.

Dr. Eisenback met Lolly at the BRC when the dog was approaching graduation and needed a vet visit to address overgrown fur near her eyes.

"Lolly seemed to be able to warm up to people fairly quickly and enjoyed playing with larger dogs at the BRC. This behavior really captured my interest as our family was wanting to adopt a smaller dog that would be a companion for my two daughters and our relatively new young dog," the senior director said of her first impressions of Lolly.

Dr. Eisenback decided to adopt Lolly, who quickly made herself comfortable with her new family.

"We saw progress with Lolly becoming more comfortable in our home each week. She had never been in a home before ours, so there was a lot for her to experience and adjust to. Now, she is fully part of the family and does everything with us. She loves sitting and cuddling with us and being petted. She loves walks in the neighborhood and exploring new places. She sleeps with my youngest daughter every night," Dr. Eisenback says.


A year after her rescue, Lolly no longer needs the BRC's services, but she still visits the center often.

"Lolly pays it forward by coming to work with me at the BRC often to serve as a helper dog for other dogs moving through the program. She also helps me teach children that are afraid of dogs, that dogs are kind and gentle," her owner adds.

At the BRC, helper dogs encourage fearful dogs to explore and enjoy new experiences.

"Helper dogs can act as guides, showing a fearful dog how to walk on a leash, jump into a car, or even how to happily engage in play. The helper dog often gives the fearful dogs the confidence they need to interact with people and their environment. This, in turn, helps them to feel more relaxed and allows their personalities to blossom," Young explains.

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Even the rescue dogs that don't come through the BRC benefit from Lolly's recovery because the dog's success shows that all neglected animals deserve a second chance.

"Dogs are very resilient when we are patient with them. Fearful dogs can become wonderful companions with patience and understanding," Dr. Eisenback says.

The ASPCA's BRC encourages everyone to fight for the dogs in commercial breeding facilities and hold the USDA accountable for protecting those animals. If you are located in Western North Carolina or the surrounding area and are interested in adopting an animal from the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center, visit the ASPCA's adoption website and view the adoptable dogs in North Carolina.

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Killexams : Battlefield 2042 Season 3: Escalation gets new specialist, weapons & map reveals

Rasheed Zain joins the Battlefield 2042 specialist roster alongside the Swedish Spearhead map, a railgun tank, and much more.

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The latest season of Battlefield 2042 has finally been revealed. Season 3: Escalation brings all sorts of goods to the game, including a new specialist, map, weapons, vehicles, and battle pass. All of it was shown off in a special gameplay trailer for Battlefield 2042 and it’s looking like players will have a lot of new and fun aspects to explore when the new season’s content launches.

EA and DICE showed off a full look at Battlefield 2042 Season 3: Escalation in a gameplay trailer on November 17, 2022. This season, players can look forward to a few new tools of warfare in the form of the Rorsch Mk-4 Railgun, NVK-S22 Shotgun, and NVK-P125 Secondary Weapon. The Rorsch in particular takes a sec to charge, but hitting shots with it will devastate an opponent and shred their health. It’s joined by more railgun tech in the form of the EMKV90-TOR tank, which features a high-caliber railgun (more like a railcannon really).

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Rasheed Zain joins the Specialist roster for this one. An Assault-based Specialist, Zain can push enemies out of cover by destroying it with his XM370A semi-automatic airburst launcher. More than that, Zain can keep on the attack by getting kills. This doubles his health recharge, allowing him to stay in the fight and engage new targets.

Finally, the new map, Spearhead, takes players to a Swedish countryside full of factories, helipads, and other outposts along the stretch.

Battlefield 2042 Season 3: Escalation launches on November 22, 2022, on all available platforms. The game has seemingly improved quite a bit from the sordid state it was in at launch and players will be able to see for themselves with upcoming free play periods. Stay tuned for more info and coverage as we enter Battlefield 2042 Season 3.

TJ Denzer is a player and writer with a passion for games that has dominated a lifetime. He found his way to the Shacknews roster in late 2019 and has worked his way to Senior News Editor since. Between news coverage, he also aides notably in livestream projects like the indie game-focused Indie-licious, the Shacknews Stimulus Games, and the Shacknews Dump. You can reach him at and also find him on Twitter @JohnnyChugs.

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Killexams : Why some people can’t stop helping others
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If you have super-helper syndrome, you have a compulsion to help other people – so much so that you can fail to look after your own needs.

It’s more common than you might think, and it’s a trait you might observe in yourself or others; those people that can’t stop themselves helping.

But why are some people so driven to help? Is it a learned behaviour, or something in their DNA?

That’s something psychologists Jess Baker and Rod Vincent explore in their book, The Super-Helper Syndrome – A Survival Guide For Compassionate People.

‘Some super-helpers are in the helping professions but many of them aren’t,’ say Jess and Rod. ‘They can range from lawyers and accountants to the self-employed, mums, teachers, nurses, therapists and social workers.

‘What they have in common is that they are 360-degree helpers, helping in all aspects of their lives.

‘People who are susceptible to the super-helper syndrome are all around us. They are the problem-solvers, the mediators, the fixers who can’t resist any opportunity to help. There is usually one in every family. The friend that always helps in a crisis or lends an ear. They are reliable.’

Ahead, the pair break down four possible causes of being a super-helper.

Different levels of empathy

For some super-helpers, it’s in their genes.

‘There is scientific evidence that helping can have a genetic component,’ say Jess and Rod. ‘Researchers have found that empathy is determined to some extent by our genes and have pinpointed the genes involved in this.’

Childhood messages

Jess and Rod tell ‘Some children (especially girls) are taught that they must help other people in order to be a good person.

‘If this socialisation is strong enough it can lead them to adopt what we call the Good Person Belief, one of the irrational beliefs that drive compulsive helping.’

An example of the Good Person Belief

Picture a little girl who finds one of her classmates crying in the playground with a grazed knee. She takes her to the school nurse who tells her she’s a really good girl.

After dinner, as she dashes off to play with her brothers, her mother calls her back, ‘Be a good girl and help me clear the plates.’

Later, she’s praised for studying her younger sister a story at bedtime.

Next morning, she is told off because she hasn’t made a birthday card for grandma. You get the picture!

A support worker who responded to the psychologists’ questionnaires listed this reason for her super-helping tendencies, explaining: ‘I got noticed when I was a good girl. Praise made me feel like I was good enough.

‘I can see where my people-pleasing comes from. Thirty-seven years of autopilot is hard to break.’

‘It’s hardly surprising when children begin to internalise their parents’ and teachers’ messages,’ Jess and Rod note. ‘They see themselves as good when they help; they criticise themselves when they don’t. They feed off the praise and rewards. They live in fear of these being taken away. They are on the way to becoming a compulsive helper.

‘Over time, the Good Person Belief becomes part of their operating system. Helping becomes habitual.’

Another childhood message that can create super-helper syndrome is one around suffering.

Jess and Rod say: ‘Other children are socialised by childhood messages that highlight the suffering around them or they grow up with role-models who attempt to alleviate that suffering.

‘While it is understandable to want to do what we can to alleviate the suffering of others, when this is taken to extremes it can lead them to adopt another of the irrational beliefs, a sense of personal responsibility to help everyone you meet.

‘Everyone else’s problem becomes your problem if you hold the Help Everyone Belief.’

Examples of the Help Everyone Belief

One woman had an alcoholic father. He had stopped drinking as soon as she was born. He became heavily involved in setting up an alcoholics’ support group. He would disappear on errands of mercy in the middle of the night. When she was old enough he would take her on missions to ‘go and see the poorly man’. Her deep connection with her father and these formative memories were still with her more than forty years later.

When he was little it was agonising watching the news with his mother. She’d huff at every report of famine and disaster around the world, scolding the politicians on the television. She was active in many causes. She traipsed door to door for Christian Aid, distributing and collecting donation envelopes. Every Sunday she stood at the back of the cold church in her Clothkits coat, behind a trestle table heaped with bags of Traidcraft coffee. The message he most vividly recalled was whenever her children were impatient for mealtimes. If he, or any of his brothers said, ‘I’m starving,’ she reproached them. ‘Don’t say that. There are children starving in Africa.’ Her four sons went on to be a nurse, a teacher, a social worker and a psychologist.


‘Some people metamorphose into helpers as a result of childhood pain,’ say Jess and Rod.

‘When we asked people why they became a helper, they often referenced their childhood. Many had experienced early deprivation or hardship. Some grew up with volatile or abusive parents.

‘Childhood trauma doesn’t necessarily make people into helpers. It sculpts them in many forms. But it does shape compulsive helpers out of some of them.

‘They move on from their trauma to become the problem-solver, the fixer, the go-to rescuer in the family. They move on from trauma to a career as an expert helper.

‘One example of this from our research was a dentist who described her mother as very hot and cold. She said it was the cold bits she remembered.

‘She told us how she needed love but would get nothing from her mother and how that rejection has impacted her own awareness of others. “I don’t want to upset anyone; I want to do right by them and help people.”‘


Some people are made to become helpers by circumstance, as someone else is dependent on them.

‘They may or may not be a natural helper but the circumstances they find themselves in or the responsibilities they face mean that they have little choice,’ Jess and Rod note.

‘Examples that readily come to mind are looking after a child with Down’s syndrome, a grandfather who has had a stroke, a partner injured in a car accident.

‘There are an estimated 6.5 million unpaid carers in the UK alone. Dependent relationships can also occur in the workplace. They are found across all occupations, where someone believes their patients, customers or the rest of the team couldn’t survive without them.’

What to do if you have super-helper syndrome

If you’re relating to this, don’t panic – there are ways to tackle the super-helper mindset and look after yourself.

We’ve shared some self-help for super-helpers here, and Jess and Rod’s book provides practical guidance.

‘For anyone who is helping to the point where they are finding it difficult to look after their own needs, the book provides solutions,’ they say. ‘It shows how to counter any irrational beliefs you might be holding. It shows that however difficult your circumstances when you are looking after a dependent, you deserve to have your own needs met too.

‘The book provides activities for the reader to profile and analyse their own helping relationships. It offers support for people who want to adopt a Healthy Helper Mindset, including meeting their own needs, building assertiveness and setting helping boundaries.

‘It guides the reader towards countering self-criticism with mindful self-compassion. It’s only by doing these things that compassionate people can be most effective at helping others.’

Jess Baker & Rod Vincent are Chartered Psychologists and authors of The Super-Helper Syndrome – A Survival Guide for Compassionate People on sale now in hardback (£18.99) and ebook published by Flint Books.

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Killexams : Stars' Jani Hakanpaa: Puts up helper

Hakanpaa posted an assist, four shots on goal and three hits in Saturday's 6-2 win over the Oilers.

Hakanpaa has a goal and an assist over the last two games, though that's an unusual burst of offense for the physical defenseman. He's at three points, 40 hits, 15 blocked shots, 19 PIM, 18 shots on net and a plus-4 rating in 12 contests overall. Hakanpaa may see top-four minutes, but he's not a factor on the power play and shouldn't be counted on for offense.

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