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Kirkland M&A attorney William Sorabella joins Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher hired William Sorabella as a partner working on public company and private equity mergers and acquisitions. Sorabella joins from Kirkland & Ellis. Press Release Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that William B. Sorabella has joined the firm as a partner in the New York office. Sorabella, formerly with Kirkland & Ellis LLP, will continue his public company and private equity mergers and acquisitions practice. “Bill is an exceptional, highly regarded M&A la...
Tags: New York, Washington, Trends, People, Bill, Carlyle Group, Kirkland Ellis LLP, Kirkland, Gibson Dunn Crutcher, Gibson Dunn, Exelon Corporation, Georgetown University Law Center, Catterton Partners, Barbara Becker, Ken Doran, William Sorabella


At Kansas, a No. 4 Seed Just Doesn’t Feel the Same

The Jayhawks’ 14-year run of Big 12 championships ended this season, but a depleted roster is a bigger concern as the N.C.A.A. tournament opens.
Tags: News, Kansas, Bill, Self, University of Kansas, Jayhawks, Big 12 Conference, Basketball (College, NCAA Basketball Championships (Men


They Were Accused of Sexual Harassment, but the City Hid It From Future Employers

For city workers ousted over sexual harassment charges, “neutral reference agreements” help them hide bad behavior from prospective employers.
Tags: News, New York City, Bill, Sexual Harassment, De Blasio, Steve, JEFFREY, Stevenson, Bullock, O'Brien, Blount, Labor and Jobs, Workplace Hazards and Violations, Parks and Recreation Department (NYC, MeToo Movement, Kevin (1982-


Sen. Joe Manchin Will Be Only Democrat To Vote Against LGBTQ Protection Bill

He said he wouldn't support the Equality Act as written, specifically pointing to provisions for transgender students.
Tags: News, Bill, Sen Joe Manchin


o: Alan B. Krueger, Economic Aide to Clinton and Obama, Is Dead at 58

A labor economist, Princeton scholar, Treasury official and chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers. The police said the cause was suicide.
Tags: News, Obama, Treasury, Bill, Princeton, Barack, Clinton, Princeton University, Council of Economic Advisers, Krueger, United States Economy, Alan B Krueger, Deaths (Obituaries, Economics (Theory and Philosophy, Alan B, Obama Is Dead


Only 7 Black Students Got Into N.Y.’s Most Selective High School, Out of 895 Spots

The tiny number of black students offered admission to New York City’s elite public high schools adds pressure on officials to confront the challenge of integrating those schools.
Tags: News, New York City, Bill, De Blasio, Stuyvesant High School, Tests and Examinations, Brooklyn Technical High School, Admissions Standards, Race and Ethnicity, Education (K-12, Bronx High School of Science


Alan B. Krueger, Economic Aide to Clinton and Obama, Is Dead at 58

A labor economist, Princeton scholar, Treasury official and chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers. The police said the cause was suicide.
Tags: News, Obama, Treasury, Bill, Princeton, Barack, Clinton, Princeton University, Council of Economic Advisers, Krueger, United States Economy, Alan B Krueger, Deaths (Obituaries, Economics (Theory and Philosophy, Alan B, Obama Is Dead


Bill to legalize hemp passes Idaho House

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A bill that would legalize hemp by aligning Idaho state law with the federal Farm Bill has passed the House. The Post Register reports the bill passed overwhelmingly on Monday, with only seven lawmakers voting in opposition. Republican Rep. Caroline Nilsson Troy of Genesee is one of the co-sponsors of the […]
Tags: News, Idaho, Bill, Northwest, Boise, Idaho House, Idaho AP, House The Post Register, Republican Rep Caroline Nilsson Troy of Genesee


Alan B. Krueger, Economic Aide to Clinton and Obama, Dies at 58

The Princeton scholar, a labor economist known for his early work on the minimum wage, was a Treasury official and the chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers.
Tags: News, Obama, Treasury, Bill, Princeton, Barack, Clinton, Princeton University, Krueger, United States Economy, Alan B Krueger, Deaths (Obituaries, Economics (Theory and Philosophy, Alan B


Five Things That Make Astrology Useful and Fascinating

If you are a fan of astrology and its valuable potential use, you may find this list of my top 5 things that make astrology useful and fascinating. 1. Using the Void Of Course Moons - This is a pure timing mechanism that helps me avoid disappointments - whether it is a bad haircut, a lousy job interview, a misunderstanding or whatever throws me off course. Check to see when the moon is void and avoid doing anything that requires great concentration (like signing a new lease or accepting an i...
Tags: Bill, Astrology, Void of Course Moons


Mayor de Blasio Vowed to Create 100,000 Jobs. The Truth? No One Really Knows.

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city would create 100,000 “good-paying jobs” in 10 years, but the administration has no firm track of how it’s doing.
Tags: News, New York City, Bill De Blasio, Bill, De Blasio, Torres, Politics And Government, Labor and Jobs, Economic Development Corp, City Council (NYC, Ritchie (1988-, Seedco


Nala has built a hassle-free, offline mobile money payment platform for Africa

Benjamin Fernandes, the Tanzanian co-founder chief executive of Nala, spent hundreds of hours talking to local Tanzanians about their frustrations with mobile money payment services before he launched his new payment platform. While at least a hundred million Africans hold mobile money accounts, the process of transacting over the services is difficult, so Tala made an application that acts as an interface on top of the unstructured supplementary service data layer to make money transfers and pa...
Tags: TC, Washington, Stanford, Africa, America, Social Entrepreneurship, Tech, Harvard, Tanzania, Bill, Fernandes, Mena, Mckinsey, Melinda Gates Foundation, Sub Saharan Africa, M Pesa


Bill Walton takes bathroom break before Arizona State-Oregon OT

Arizona State and Oregon went into overtime in Friday night's Pac-12 men's basketball tournament semifinal game, but ESPN college basketball analyst Bill Walton couldn't wait that long to take a bathroom break.Since the break between the end of regulation and the start of overtime is not that long, ESPN play-by-play man Dave Pasch was left by himself for a few seconds at the overtime tip-off. Pasch is all too familar with Walton's quirky behavior, so he couldn't help making light of the ill-tim...
Tags: Facebook, Washington, Oregon, Sport, Espn, Bill, Oregon State, Walton, Arizona State, Bill Walton, PASCH, Michael James, Dave Pasch, Arizona State Oregon


‘The President … Is Not Above the Law’

A New York court rules that the Constitution does not shield President Trump from allegations of misconduct before he took office. The case has echoes of Paula Jones’s suit against President Clinton.
Tags: New York, News, Bill, Sexual Harassment, Jones, Clinton, Trump, Paula Jones, United States Politics and Government, Suits and Litigation (Civil, Paula Corbin


Why SAP CEO Bill McDermott signs his emails 'XO, Bill' since buying Utah startup Qualtrics for $8 billion cash (SAP)

If you get an email from SAP CEO Bill McDermott these days, you'll see him sign it "XO, Bill." But he's not sending hugs and kisses. He's reminding his people why he spent $8 billion cash to buy Utah software company, Qualtrics, last fall and facing down criticism that price he paid was too high.  McDermott recently outlined the virtues of the deal just as SAP began handing out pink slips worldwide.  These days SAP CEO Bill McDermott signs his emails. "XO, Bill," he tells Business Insider. Bu...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Europe, Utah, Instagram, Microsoft, Steve Jobs, Ipo, Trends, ERP, Salt Lake City, Deloitte, Bill, Smith, Sap


Trump Vetoes Funding Bill

Donald Trump has issued his first veto in response to Congress's rejection of his emergency declaration of a border crisis. It's unlikely Congress will have the votes to override the veto. Still, at least some Republicans refused to go... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Ohio Lawmakers Consider Extending Anti-Discrimination Law to Protect LGBTQ

Some Ohio legislators have been trying for years to add sexual orientation and gender identity or expression into the state’s anti-discrimination law. The bill, known as the “Ohio Fairness Act,” would make those additions a protected class in employment, housing and other public accommodations. Right now, a person in Ohio could be fired from their job, kicked out of their apartment, or refused service based on their sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. “We actually do recei...
Tags: Senate, Ohio, Lgbtq, Bill, Andy Chow, Lakewood, Nickie Antonio, Alana Jochum


Self-insurer Walmart flies its sick employees to out-of-state specialists to avoid local price-gougers

Walmart self-insures its workforce, rather than relying on an outside insurer like Cigna or Blue Cross; this means that it gets to make judgment calls that other firms cannot, and that has led the retail giant to a pretty weird place: for certain procedures that it believes to be overused by local hospitals, it flies its employees (even front-line, low-waged employees) to see the nation's top specialists in out-of-state facilities where they receive "concierge, white-glove care that was reserve...
Tags: Health, Post, Business, Corruption, News, Walmart, Pennsylvania, Cigna, Bill, ACA, Mayo Clinic, Blue Cross, Incentives Matter, Parkinson, Mike Mozart, Geisinger


15 Important Things to Know Before You Visit Buenos Aires

While residents of Buenos Aires spurn the moniker, there’s really no denying that Buenos Aires’ nickname as the “Paris of the South” is fitting – the architecture doesn’t lie. But the most European city of South America, and the Argentine capital is more than that. It’s a cosmopolitan city with a clearly defined Latin America twist and is a must-visit on any South America itinerary. If you’re planning to visit Buenos Aires Argentina for the first time, here are a few things you need to know bef...
Tags: Travel, James Bond, Argentina, Peru, South America, Secret Service, Uruguay, Bill, Guatemala, Latin America, Buenos Aires, Palermo, Destinations, Frank, Don, Estados Unidos


Theater review: ‘Lackawanna Blues’ paints a portrait with the colors of gratitude

Here’s what it takes to lift a child out of likely failure: a positive influence who tenderly holds the child by the figurative hand and leads by example. Here’s what it takes to lift a solo show out of the ordinary: a superbly inspiring story about a subject worthy of our theater-going time, performed by an actor skilled enough to sharply create characters we recognize and we believe are standing before us. Happily, an inspiring story gets a flawless telling in “Lackawanna Blues,” at Mark Taper...
Tags: New York, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Bill, Nanny, Southern California, Rachel, Ruben, Michael Carnahan, Mark Taper Forum, Grand Ave Los Angeles, Ruben Santiago Hudson, Center Theatre Group, Craig Schwartz, Jen Schriever


China foreign investment law: Bill aims to ease global concerns

The law aims to ease foreign concerns and is seen as an olive branch to the US amid trade war talks.
Tags: News, China, US, Bill


Climate Change: How Can Manhattan be Protected? Make It Bigger

Mayor de Blasio proposed a $10 billion plan to build a huge berm at the bottom of Manhattan to protect the financial district from rising sea levels.
Tags: News, New York City, Global Warming, Manhattan, Bill, Floods, Ny, De Blasio, Sustainable Living, Hurricane Sandy (2012, Presidential Election of 2020, Parks and Other Recreation Areas, Financial District (Manhattan, Green New Deal


Traffic Accidents: Medical Bill Reimbursment

My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: Arizona Hopefully this is the correct forum for my question. My wife and I were involved in a rear ended collision. The at fault driver's insurance company has accepted liability. So, for our medical treatment we used our personal health insurance company and paid our co-pay's. So, I'm trying to figure out what is the insurance companies obligation is to reimburse for our medical expenses. Below is an example of one small Docto...
Tags: Law, Arizona, Bill, Accidents and Injuries


Medical Students Explain What's At Stake With Georgia's Proposed Abortion Bill

Georgia already faces a dire women’s health crisis and a shortage of health care providers. We cannot afford to further dismantle access to health care or interfere with basic medical practice.Nevertheless, Georgia’s state legislature is poised as soon as Thursday night to pass HB481, an extreme anti-abortion bill that bans abortions at a medically arbitrary point, roughly six weeks into pregnancy.We are fourth-year medical students at Emory University in Atlanta, preparing to begin our residen...
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The Latest Target of Anti-Semitic Graffiti in New York? Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The Police Department said it was investigating a profane slur and swastika that were drawn on a photo of Justice Ginsburg on a subway poster.
Tags: New York, News, Subways, New York City, Bill, Anti-semitism, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Graffiti, De Blasio, Police Department, Ginsburg, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Ruth Bader, Police Department (NYC, Jews and Judaism


Canada: Ontario Introduces Changes To Healthcare Administration - Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

Bill 74 was introduced in the Ontario legislature on February 26, 2019, and passed first reading.
Tags: News, Canada, Bill, Ontario


Skoobot Combines The Best Of 3D Printing With Laser Cutting

By Incorporating Laser Cutting, The Price For Motor Mounts Dropped From $10 To 22 Cents You’ve heard that good things come in small packages. Well, it’s true with Skoobot, a tiny robot for playing games, exploring robotics and learning programming. The brainchild of William (Bill) Weiler, Skoobot was created after he saw kids at an ADHD camp interact around a game of fighting spinning tops. “Older kids were involved and engaged with the younger ones,” Bill says. The post Skoobot Combines The Be...
Tags: Design, Bill, Product & Design Ideas, Maker Success Stories, Skoobot, William Bill Weiler Skoobot


Sources: Bills to sign Pro Bowl returner Roberts

The Bill have agreed to a free-agent deal with Pro Bowl returner Andre Roberts, sources told ESPN.
Tags: NFL, Bill, Roberts, Andre Roberts


Pasadena, Alhambra move forward on obtaining twin 710 Freeway stubs from Caltrans

With state legislation proposed that could remove the 710 Freeway extension from future consideration, Alhambra and Pasadena are making preparations for what could happen to the almost-100 acres of land comprising the loose freeway ends. State Sen. Anthony Portantino’s Senate Bill 7 would permanently prevent a freeway tunnel, surface freeway or expressway from being built to connect the 710 between the 10 and 210 freeways. Assemblyman Chris Holden’s Assembly Bill 29 would remove that stretch of ...
Tags: Transportation, Government, Senate, Sport, Traffic, Soccer, CalTrans, Bill, City Council, Pasadena, Local News, Department Of Transportation, Holden, State, Alhambra, Terry Tornek


Bill passes to ban abortions based on gender, disability

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky’s Republican-led legislature has given final passage to a bill that would ban abortion for women seeking to end their pregnancies because of the gender, race or disability of the fetus. Soon after the Senate sent the bill to the state’s anti-abortion governor, Republican Matt Bevin, the American Civil Liberties Union […]
Tags: Health, News, Kentucky, Senate, Bill, Matt Bevin, American Civil Liberties Union, Frankfort, Ky AP