Wed.Dec 05, 2018

Vicki Archer - Like So Many of Us, She Felt She "Needed a Break"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Today, the medical types in England confirmed that the death last August of Vicki Archer was a suicide. Here are more details.    During the middle of her popular BBC Radio Shropshire Show, she got up and left. She announced that she "needed a break."

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Startup No Longer American Dream, Organization Man/Woman Back

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The American Dream for youth is no longer the startup. That's what Stephen Harrison chronicles in The Atlantic.    What killed off that dream are intersecting factors.

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Credit Cards as Economic Indicator - Fear Is Palpable

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

It's obvious. Many in the U.S. don't feel good about the economy. Not how it is right now, despite low unemployment. And not how it may play out in 2019. Those I coach fear loss. Loss in their portfolios. Loss of their jobs. Loss of their dream of a better job.

Unintended Consequences of #MeToo on Women's Careers

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Of course, this would happen. Males working on Wall Street and in other industries have been spooked by the #MeToo movement. Here are the details from Bloomberg. 

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Unity - Democrats, GOP Join Together to Save Lordstown

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In March 2019, the GM plant in Lordstown, Ohio is scheduled to stop production of the slow-selling Cruze sedan. That means it will go idle. But not necessary shut down completely. In a bipartisan initiative, Democratic U.S. senator Sherrod Brown and Republican U.S.

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Like Thrown Confetti - Bits and Pieces of Emotional Growth Throughout "A Million Little Things"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

She worked for that moment for nine years. Then it comes: Two members of the law firm offer Katherine partnership.    But before she accepts she states that she must be home each night to have dinner with her son Theo.

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Among the Unforgiven: Les Moonves

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Les Moonves's lifestyle could downsize without the $120 million severance he could have received from his former employer CBS. 

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From Sheldon Whitehouse to Mike DeWine - Public Nuisance Litigation as Platform for (extreme) Career Mobility

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The function of the state attorney general has become one of the most powerful - and feared - in the U.S. On Law.com , Sue Reisinger documents that.

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