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Chris Trainor: Bill Rogers and the saving grace of a phone call

Index-Journal 24 Jul 2021
As you might have read in the Index-Journal or another newspaper, Rogers retired Friday from his longtime position as executive director of the South Carolina Press Association ... As some of you might remember, I worked full-time at the Index-Journal from 2004 to 2014 ... Chris Trainor is a contributing columnist for the Index-Journal.
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Samson’s Take: Manasseh Azure hauls RTI Commission before Otumfuo

Joy Online 24 Jul 2021
He and his journalism have not changed ... It has taken young Manasseh to take journalism and the media to the coveted awards. The citation accompanying his award described him as “a treasured hero” and “a true patriot” for his journalism that saves the country money.
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Whiting's Writings: O' ye of little faith in science

Index-Journal 24 Jul 2021
Fresh off the festival circuit, we should all be doing happy dances — and not because kids have returned to school ... How’s that?. It’s simple, really. Were we the true patriots we claim to be in the Palmetto State, we’d have done the right thing, and in droves ... For our own health and well-being ... But no ... Whiting is executive editor of the Index-Journal.
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H.E Sir Patrick Bijou, Royal Duke of Ndigbo Ghana

Yahoo Daily News 24 Jul 2021
Read full article. Agencies. 24 July 2021, 4.25 pm·5-min read ... His grandmother was African and came from the city that is now Sekondi-Takoradi in Ghana, West Africa ... Also Read ... Also Read ... He has written journals and books about CFD and how to become wealthy by executing his strategies and concepts in asset management and wealth creation ... TRENDING ... .
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Assumption rallies past Mount Vernon for fourth title in five years

Dispatch Argus 24 Jul 2021
Matt Coss. FORT DODGE, IowaComeback kids?. That is a phrase not often associated with Davenport Assumption High School’s softball team ... But after 4 ½ innings of Friday’s Class 3A state championship game, the shoe was on the other foot ... It was definitely nerve-wracking.” ... “We executed very well on that. Subscribe today and support local journalism! ... .
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Watch Now: Inside the kitchen with Piedmont Bistro's upscale chef for the everyman

Lincoln Journal Star 23 Jul 2021
It’s sort of a weird dichotomy,” said Stutzman, the executive chef at Piedmont Bistro, 1265 S ... JUSTIN WAN Journal Star ... Piedmont Bistro staff from left, general manager Jillian Manthei, executive sous-chef Christina Bugay and executive chef Justin Stutzman. JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star.
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Young workers now value respect over 'fun' perks at work

Beijing News 23 Jul 2021
Margaret Duffy, executive director of the Novak Leadership Institute and a professor of strategic communication in the Missouri School of Journalism, believes employers risk losing younger employees if they don't make an effort to use respectful communication in the workplace.
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Study: Young workers now value respect over 'fun' perks in the workplace

Phys Dot Org 23 Jul 2021
Margaret Duffy, executive director of the Novak Leadership Institute and a professor of strategic communication in the Missouri School of Journalism, believes employers risk losing younger employees if they don't make an effort to use respectful communication in the workplace.
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FirstEnergy paid $4.3 mil to top energy regulator and reaped the benefits, court docs state

The Athens Messenger 23 Jul 2021
in the decade before his appointment — including $4.3 million paid just before assuming the post and specifically to execute official duties to benefit the Akron-based utility — court documents revealed Thursday ... The agreement states one FirstEnergy executive texted another on Nov ... “HB 6 F(***) ANYBODY WHO AINT US,” the executive wrote.
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Biden's Antitrust Conflicts

Wall Street Journal 23 Jul 2021
At Justice Mr ... ( News Corp , which owns the Journal, was also a client.) President Biden’s executive order requires appointees to promise not to participate “in any particular matter involving specific parties that is directly and substantially related to my former employer or former clients, including regulations and contracts” for two years ... Mr ... .
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Former CBS chief Joe Ianniello launches media-focused SPAC

New York Post 23 Jul 2021
More On.. Joe Ianniello. Former CBS stockholders can sue Shari Redstone over ViacomCBS merger ... CBS executive to receive $100 million package ... According to The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the news, Argus includes a team of nine executives who work from the company’s headquarters in Columbus Circle in New York City. see also ... .
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Australian swimming's relay dynasty is built on trust

Finger Lakes Times 23 Jul 2021
TOKYO (AP) — A constantly refilling pool of talent. Well-rehearsed changeovers. And plenty of speed ... “So that’s probably the glue that holds the whole team together ... JASON WILDE For the State Journal ... JASON WILDE For the State Journal ... You have to trust that you’ve done the work, that I know how to do this and that I can execute it when it matters ... .
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For the ultra-rich, banks offer cheap loans to fund their lifestyle

Chicago Business 23 Jul 2021
“It’s a real business winner for the banks,” said Robert Weeber, chief executive officer of wealth-management firm Tiedemann Constantia, adding his clients have recently been offered the opportunity to borrow against real estate, security portfolios and even single-stock holdings ... High-quality journalism isn't free.
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Burlington police make arrests connected to internet sweepstakes businesses

Burlington Times-News 23 Jul 2021
The Burlington Police Department this week arrested three people in connection to the operation of illegal internet sweepstakes and fish game businesses ... Capt ... More ... Want to about what's happening in Alamance County? Subscribe to the Times-News, and support local journalism. On Wednesday, officers executed a search warrant at Jokers, located at 2405 N.
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