Rexall Health is poised to be one of the next large Canadian retailers to see an ownership change, and that could mean being acquired by a competitor or going public.National Bank Financial analyst Vishal Shreedhar believes the company owner, Katz Group, is focused on value creation and therefore would be open to deals that maximize its return.deal could take several years to manifest as Rexall Health focused on improving performance in its retail network, Shreedhar said in a research note. Hope for Katz Group is that market valuations remain favourable over the next few years and ongoing government pharmacy reforms remain balanced.Shreedhar thinks an acquisition of privately held Rexall by a large domestic incumbent in the sector is the most probable option. He cited low interest rates and a difficult retailing backdrop, where there is little opportunity for organic growth, as key drivers.aren many large scale food and drug retailing assets available in Canada and should Rexall Health be put up for sale in a few years, we believe that it will be a sought after asset, the analyst said, pegging its potential price tag at $2.5 billion to $3.8 billion.If it were to be acquired by an incumbent, the price would likely be higher than in an IPO because of the potential synergies involved.Empire Co.
Since the 1980s, a number of large church organizations, also known as mega churches or regional churches, have come under the scrutiny of financial examiners amid claims of fraud and malfeasance, especially television ministries. One of the most famous of these was the Bob Baker Ministries organization, in which pet dogs enjoyed an air conditioned dog house. A different outcome came about in Joyce Meyer Ministries when she declared that her house was too large; and she downsized.
Do you have a problem developing concentration using the body as the meditation object? Maybe it would work for you to generate concentration using the breath, then shifting to full body awareness as your object once that is established. I feel like the TMI stages should still apply, since they correspond to deepening levels of absorption/clarity, and aren dependent on any particular meditation object. I actually think the TMI tips for averting dullness and other pitfalls would be helpful to people practicing the Silent Illumination method, although as a matter of etiquette I would probably avoid bringing up content from other teachers at your sangha, or if you do, at least frame it in terms of experience, and don reference TMI directly.