Fri.Aug 24, 2018

Cannon fodder

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

I’m continually amazed by the hidden gems buried in the pink pages of the Financial Times. Today’s edition has a fascinating article on the manner in which auto companies protect their fleets of new vehicles parked in the open at distribution centers in places at risk of hailstones.

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This Is Getting Serious: Les Moonves Lawyers Up

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Is it a sign of the stress he's under that CBC CEO Les Moonves has lawyered up during the internal probe of his alleged sexual misconduct? Here are more details from Odwyerpr.com. The big-name lawyer he selected is Daniel Petrocelli. He recently defended the ATT-Time Warner merger.

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Max Atkinson - Untitled Article

Max Atkinson

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Thomas Frieden - Let's Hear What His Legal Team Says

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

For about 15 years this man headed complex bureaucratic organizations such as the New York City's health commission (2002-2009) and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (2009 to 2017).

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Timothy Maher - Why Didn't This Man Receive Treatment?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The human heart can have more flashpoints than the global economy driven by technology. The late administrative judge at Miami Social Security Administration - Timothy Maher - had recently been distraught. Here are the complete details from Joe Patrice at Abovethelaw.com. 

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Make Your Money in Your 70s - Yes, Your 70s

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

An interesting item is buried in Sara Zeff Geber's article on aging in MarketWatch. That's the reality that significant physical and cognitive declines don't necessarily set in until your 80s and beyond. Of course, they may never set in.

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Endings as New Beginnings - Donald Trump Post-Impeachment (there could be Noble Prize in future)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The American Way of Careers has become The Start Over. X doesn't work out, try Y. In prison, like Watergate lawyer Chuck Colson, find something inside there to be a platform for a fresh career path. Shame. That doesn't live in America any more. 

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