Come on Man U!! Moyes needs some job security.
If you get jealous while reading about CEO pay, don’t read this:
(Yahoo Finance via Business Insider)
Everyone starts an min wage and works their way up.
A long week deserves an indulgent meal #nicoosteria #chefpaulkahan (at Nico Osteria)
Above: proposed new food labels from the Center for Science in the Public Interest, which wants Congress to pass a bill making changes to processed food and drinks’ ingredient labels. The goal: a redesign that makes labels easier on the eyes, so consumers can better understand what they’re putting in their mouths.
But do you think the people that need to actually count calories will read it? #obesityepidemic
NEW YORK – MLS commissioner Don Garber hears the repeated calls for his league to move its schedule in line with the rest of the world. He just isn’t ready to heed them yet.
The prospect of moving to a so-called winter schedule remains a topic for debate in executive circles around the league. It is a complex transition poised to alter how the league functions and where it generates the revenue required to bolster its bottom line. The corresponding financial considerations play a large role in the process as MLS plots its future and wonders whether it can increase its standing by altering its calendar.
“As a league, we have in the past looked – and we will continue to look – at a potential calendar shift,” Garber said during his State of the League speech on Tuesday. “We went through a fairly comprehensive process this year to see whether we could manage a schedule change.”
Garber subsequently sketched out the working concept as it stands now. The season would start in mid-to-late February and run through the end of May before taking a break in June in accordance with the end of the European season. The second portion of the schedule would start in mid-to-late July and run through mid-December.
Would attract better clubs to offer loans to MLS players.
It’s no Babbo, but excited to finally have a Batali place in Chicago #eatalychicago #baffoopeningnextweek (at Eataly Chicago)
Easy money: Student holds up a sign with Bitcoin logo & QR code, and receives over $24,000: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/college-kid-made-over-24-153845085.html (via Business Insider)
Free money…just need to log in to cash it:) #bitcoin
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