For better or worse, not all franchises last forever. For various reasons, a franchise relationship sometimes terminates – sometimes on amicable terms; other times, not so much.
Twitter is a reporter’s dream, per Janine Gibson (@janinegibson), Editor in Chief of the Guardian US, speaking today at the Social Media Summit presented by the New York Times, Knight Foundation, and the BBC Academy’s College of Journalism.
Yesterday a U.K. newspaper, The Telegraph, published an article “How Safe is the Caribbean?” following the armed robbery of 55 Celebrity Cruises cruise ship passengers from the Eclipse who were on a cruise-sponsored excursion in the Caribbean island of St. Lucia.
Wife of Convicted U.K. Terrorist Acquitted, Thought Husband Was Using Jihad As Excuse Not to Get Back Together
As the U.S. is recovering from the shock of last week’s bombings of the Boston Marathon, yesterday, Salma Kabal was acquitted in the Woolwich Crown Court in Southeast London, United Kingdom, on charges that she withheld information from police concerning a terror plot involving her estranged husband, Ashik Ali.
The Los Angeles real estate market has gone crazy again and it’s a sellers’ market. My own agent tells me she’s recently been in bidding wars with 65 offers on the table.
Renaud Anjoran over at the Quality Inspection Tips blog recently wrote on “How your Chinese suppliers might become your competitors.”
The President spoke at an interfaith service yesterday in Boston. Regardless of your politics, at moments like this, our Commanders in Chief tend to get it right. Consider George W. Bush after 9/11 or Bill Clinton after Oklahoma City.
Internet service provider Yahoo! Inc. received grand jury subpoenas from the District Attorney’s Office for the Southern Judicial Circuit of Georgia, seeking records regarding the identification of one of Yahoo!’s users.
Daily deal (or “flash sale” sites) like Groupon, LivingSocial, and Rue La La, are quite popular with both hoteliers and their potential guests, providing, as they often do, slashed rates and an easy method for getting heads in beds during times the hoteliers want them there the most.
Driving to the office today in the slush and snow brought to mind the recent media storm about telecommuting.