Brian Steinberg, provided by Published 6:50 am PDT, Monday, June 17, 2019 Photo: Courtesy Of Meredith Corp. Photo: Courtesy Of Meredith Corp. Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Courtesy Of Meredith Corp. In New Era, Entertainment Weekly Must Appeal Moment by Moment 1 / 1 Back to Gallery When Entertainment Weekly launched in 1990, ambitious executives running the new publication – which debuted with a relatively unknown K.D. Lang on the cover – tread deliberately into uncharted territory. Nearly 30 years later, personnel are carving out a similar path. EW will have to chronicle entertainment of the moment, even as its print magazine is scaled back to … [Read more...] about In New Era, Entertainment Weekly Must Appeal Moment by Moment
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By Abdullah Ansari Published: June 3, 2019 Tweet Email To start off his role, Fawad Chaudhry announced the launch of a five-year lunar calendar. PHOTO: SCREENSHOT/THECURRENT It’s March 25, 1992. England is chasing a target of 250 to become the victor of the cricket World Cup in Australia. Experienced duo Allan Lamb and Neil Fairbrother have tilted the game in England’s favour, and Pakistan captain Imran Khan has to apply his cricket dexterity to take a wicket as blocking runs isn’t going to work. He needs to ensure the right person throws the ball, and brings in Wasim Akram. The rest, as they say, is history. References to the 1992 World Cup final are generally used a lot these days to offer sarcastic commentary on PM Imran and his government’s performance. However, my point here is to highlight the importance of selecting the right person for the right job. Imran was clearly capable of doing this on the cricket field. Unfortunately, he has been … [Read more...] about Is Fawad Chaudhry really the best person for the job?
How Belfast worker lost job over selfie Snapchat posts BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A worker at a security cash-in-transit firm who ignored tiger kidnap warnings by taking and posting 'selfies' from a restricted area at work has lost an unfair dismissal claim. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sunday-life/news/how-belfast-worker-lost-job-over-selfie-snapchat-posts-37809652.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article37826560.ece/334d7/AUTOCROP/h342/sn_jamie_phone.jpg Email A worker at a security cash-in-transit firm who ignored tiger kidnap warnings by taking and posting 'selfies' from a restricted area at work has lost an unfair dismissal claim. East Belfast based firm RMS Cash Solutions sacked secure area operator Jamie Elliott after a series of reckless Snapchat posts, a tribunal was told. In one string of posts, Elliott named a Polish co-worker and gave other details about him which put his safety at risk. Elliott joined cash transit firm RMS - which also has offices … [Read more...] about How Belfast worker lost job over selfie Snapchat posts
By Ap Mcclatchy | [email protected] | January 9, 2019 at 6:04 pm By Ryan Faughnder After exiting Walt Disney Co. under a cloud, Pixar Animation pioneer John Lasseter has resurfaced with a new job at prominent production company Skydance Media. Lasseter, 61, has been named head of animation at David Ellison’s film and television company and will start later this month, the Santa Monica company said Wednesday. The surprise move represents a major gamble by Skydance and is already facing backlash from anti-sexual harassment groups. Lasseter, known for spearheading blockbusters including “Toy Story” and “Cars,” was ousted in June as chief creative officer of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios after allegations that he engaged in inappropriate workplace behavior. He had been on a leave of absence since November 2017. His return to the animation business could mark a comeback and a new chapter in his storied career following complaints from … [Read more...] about Ousted Pixar head John Lasseter joins Skydance Media, sparking criticism from activists
Sean Hannity was very busy getting the law very wrong over the weekend. This time, the law as it relates to the U.S. military system of justice. And how. During the November 30 edition of The Sean Hannity Show, a caller brought up the idea that President Donald Trump might be able to investigate the U.S. Department of Justice by way of a military tribunal. Here’s how the relevant part of that interaction went: Caller: I haven’t heard an idea that I have, and I don’t know if it’s feasible or not. With the corruption in the Department of Justice, the people that are demanded to appear, they don’t appear, they appear, they lie, everything that’s going on with all the corruption–what about–does President Trump have the authority to do–have the JAG in the military do a tribunal, and investigate the Department of Justice that way? Where Congress… Hannity: He actually does have that authority. Caller: …apparently cannot do its … [Read more...] about Sean Hannity Apparently Thinks Trump Can Investigate the DOJ via Military Tribunal. That’s ‘Completely False.’