Mon.Apr 15, 2019

Gregory Craig's Not-Guilty Plea - How Much Damage to Skadden Arps?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Last Friday, Gregory Craig pleaded not guilty to two counts of providing false statements to federal authorities. Here is a copy of the indictment. That means Craig is headed to court. And that's bad news for the law firm at which he had been a partner: Skadden Arps.

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Do not bother people on Mondays

Joan Detz Speaker Services

Joan’s Tech Tips: an occasional series of quirky tips for anyone who has to communicate Mondays are not a good day to bother people. Monday mornings are the worst. People feel overwhelmed with the tasks already in front of them. Many wonder how they’ll manage the week’s deadlines. Some wonder how they’ll make it through the […]. Career info Freelance Writing

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The New Aging - Sure, Mick Jagger Will Shake His Booty Again, But.

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Mick Jagger let us down: He developed a serious health problem. And, oh no, it was his heart. That wasn't supposed to happen to the symbol of Baby Boomer youth never surrendering its spirit. Periodically, he will have to check his heart. His brand has lost some equity.

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Thea Hunter - She Couldn't Find Exit Ramp Out of Being "An Adjunct"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Thea Hunter had been among the growing number of adjunct professors in higher education. They love their special field of expertise. They love their students. They love to keep learning. And so few have that moment of clarity which showcases the reality that they are being exploited.    In a long-form piece in The Atlantic , Adam Harris tells Hunter's story. She started out strong in academia. After earning her Ph.D. in history she landed a tenure-track position.

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