“It's an ease-of-use sort of thing, to make it go faster,” Chopt customer and card user Mary LeSage told the AP in Manhattan. “I’ve seen this line go all the way around there. But on the other hand, I do think it’s wrong to bar people from food because they don’t have the necessary resources. If it takes me five minutes longer to get lunch, that’s fine if it means everyone can get food.” … [Read more...] about New York City votes to ban ‘cashless’ stores in potential setback for Visa, MasterCard
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“Cadence McShane has a proud history of developing class-A office spaces for leading companies in the Austin marketplace over the past 30 years and we are proud to partner with Shorenstein and Catellus on this important project,” said Srinath Kasturi, Executive Vice President with Cadence McShane Construction. … [Read more...] about Cadence McShane Begins Construction on New 6-Story Office and Garage in Mueller
"We took a lot of pride studying pitchers in the computer -- that is the only technology that I use and I understand," Beltran told The Athletic. "It was fun seeing guys get to the ballpark to look for little details. … [Read more...] about Mets hire new manager Luis Rojas in wake of Astros sign-stealing scandal
The Apprentice really did start off as a huge hit, no doubt due to its host’s name-recognition and oversize reputation. The show’s first season averaged about 21 million viewers, making it the breakout hit of the 2003-2004 U.S. television season. But from there on out, audience numbers steadily declined. By the third season, The Apprentice slipped to around 14 million viewers per episode. Initially, the plan was to sub Trump out as a host and cycle through different CEOs, like Mark Cuban and Richard Branson. Still, even after ratings started to fall, Trump clung to the spotlight. After a disappointing fifth and sixth season, The Apprentice was mysteriously absent from NBC’s 2007 fall schedule. When Trump released a subsequent statement that he was, “Moving on from The Apprentice to a major new TV venture,” many assumed that the series was six feet under. But then, like a singularly plumaged phoenix, Trump and his series rose from the ashes—with a … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Thinks He’s a Reality-TV ‘Ratings Machine.’ History Tells a Different Story.
“I got a job offer right after that from Miami,” said Bakhtiar, who has spent the past several years working off-camera for Reuters and Voice of America, reporting from Iraq and Syria, and these days hosts a Farsi-language radio show in Los Angeles, where she’s living with, and caring for, her 72-year-old mother who’s suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. “It was a good offer. But the actual event was so tragic to me that I just chose not to go back on television.” … [Read more...] about Why Can’t These Ex-Fox News Women Get New TV Jobs?