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Retail trade group slams Texas and Mississippi for lifting mask mandates, saying it puts workers at risk

Joanne Millar store manger of Joules in Belfast places a sign in the shop window advising customers that face masks must be worn at all times as face coverings are now compulsory for shoppers. Liam McBurney/PA Images via Getty Images Texas and Mississippi governors announced mask mandates will be lifted. Retail trade group RILA opposes the moves and calls it a "premature victory celebration." Retail workers have had to enforce mask rules and risk dangerous confrontations in the last year. ...
Tags: Texas, Mississippi, Cdc, US, Trends, Cnn, Belfast, Cvs, Greg Abbott, Brewer, RILA, Liam McBurney, Tate Reeves, Getty Images Texas, Retail Industry Leaders Association RILA, Mary Meisenzahl


So bleibst du auch in diesen Zeiten produktiv

Für so viele ist es im Moment sehr schwierig oder vielleicht sogar unmöglich, sich auf die Arbeit zu konzentrieren, geschweige denn produktiv zu sein. Immerhin sind wir jetzt einer noch nie dagewesenen Menge an Ablenkungen ausgesetzt. „Ich kriege nichts auf die Reihe, kannst du mir helfen?!“ ist die Frage, die mir als Autorin von The Myth Of The Nice Girl in letzter Zeit am häufigsten gestellt wird. Ich habe festgestellt, dass ich mich an jenen Tagen besonders gehetzt und erschöpft fühle, ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Google Docs, Brewer, Arbeit, Panik, Stunden, Kopf, Zeit, Schule, Sorgen, Lage, Menge, Platz, Anspruch, KOCHEN


‘It Was Like Therapy’: West Sacramento Man Aims To Help At-Risk Youth With Community Garden

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Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Sacramento, Cbs, Melbourne, West Sacramento, Brewer, Megan, Lopez, Community Garden, Miguel Lopez, West Sacramento News, Michigan Family School Board, Three Sisters Garden, Alfred Melbourne


NRA Shows their Petticoats, and the US Trustee Objects to Brewer

NRA Shows their Petticoats, and the US Trustee Objects to Brewer, istock U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- The judge in the NRA’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, has set March 9th, 2021, as the date for hearing most of the early motions. That’s the day when we should find out whether the judge is going to throw the case out altogether or allow it to continue. The first item on the agenda for that hearing is supposed to be NRA Board Member, Phil Journey’s motion to have an Examiner appointed to investigate...
Tags: New York, Texas, Guns, US, Dell, Committee, Association, Nra, NRA Board, Brewer, LaPierre, Trustee, Examiner, Letitia James, Aquila, MMP


NRA Board Member asks Court to Appoint Independent Examiner in N.Y. Case

The latest chapter in the ongoing NRA drama finds a member of the Board of Directors seeking court appointment of an independent examiner to investigate the allegations made against the association. IMG NRA-ILA U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- A motion has been filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court by a member of the National Rifle Association’s Board of Directors asking the court to appoint an independent examiner to investigate fraud allegations made against the NRA by New York regulators in the ong...
Tags: New York, Texas, Guns, Court, US, Joe Biden, Journey, Mra, Biden, Michael Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal, James, Association, Robert, Nra, Bloomberg News


NRA Bankruptcy Control is Getting Dicey for Entrenched Leadership

Opinion NRA Bankruptcy Control is Getting Dicey for Entrenched Leadership USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Most readers probably know that the NRA filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy last month with the stated purpose of reorganizing the Association as a Texas corporation. NRA officials have made multiple public statements to the effect that the organization is in solid financial shape, and the bankruptcy is just being used as a legal tool for moving the Association’s charter out of the unfriendly environs of...
Tags: New York, Texas, Guns, Kansas, Knox, Dell, Journey, Association, Cincinnati, Nra, Board, Phil, NRA Board, Brewer, Wayne Lapierre, LaPierre


Roz Brewer will get a signing bonus worth $25 million when she joins Walgreens as its new CEO, on top of her $1.5 million salary

In March, Rosalind Brewer will become the third Black woman in modern history to lead a Fortune 500 company. Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty Images Roz Brewer will get a signing bonus worth $24.7 million when she joins Walgreens as CEO in March. She'll also get a $1.5 million annual salary and personal use of the company's private jet. Brewer, who will become the only Black female CEO of a Fortune 500 company, is currently Starbucks COO. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. The ...
Tags: Trends, Walgreens, Healthcare, Retail, SEC, Starbucks, Salary, Fox Business, Brewer, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Sam s Club, Rosalind Brewer, Roz Brewer, Grace Dean, Jason Redmond AFP Getty Images, New Walgreens


Roz Brewer is showing corporate America what it means to be anti-racist

Rosalind Brewer has been championing diversity and inclusion for years as an American executive and CEO. Alex Gallardo/Reuters Rosalind "Roz" Brewer is the only Black woman leading a Fortune 500 company right now. Throughout her career, she's been an outspoken advocate for racial and gender equity. Brewer shows what it means to lead as an anti-racist executive, leadership experts told Insider.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In a 2018 speech at her alma mater, Spelman College, ...
Tags: US, America, Trends, Walmart, Walgreens, Brooklyn, Prada, Philadelphia, Starbucks, Kevin Johnson, Black, Nelson, Kamala Harris, Arizona State University, Barney, Carr


Roz Brewer, the only Black woman leading a Fortune 500 company, shares her 3-part strategy for making companies more diverse and inclusive

In March, Rosalind Brewer will become the third Black woman in modern history to lead a Fortune 500 company. Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty Images On Tuesday, news broke that Walgreens named Starbucks exec Rosalind Brewer its next CEO. The move makes Brewer the only Black woman to lead a Fortune 500 company right now. In a 2020 TED Talk, Brewer discussed what leaders need to do to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. On Tuesday, Walgreens Boots All...
Tags: America, Trends, Walmart, Walgreens, Xerox, Starbucks, Wall Street Journal, Brewer, Starbuck, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Roz, Sam s Club, Ursula Burns, Rosalind Brewer, Dei, Roz Brewer


Walgreens Boots Alliance Appoints Rosalind Brewer as CEO

Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) today announced that Rosalind Brewer will be its next CEO effective March 15, succeeding Stefano Pessina, who will become executive chairman of the company's board. Brewer's appointment comes at a time when women and minorities continue to be vastly underrepresented at the executive level, though corporations are increasingly making diversity, equity...
Tags: Advertising, Diversity, Brewer, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Rosalind Brewer, Stefano Pessina, Leadership & Talent, Walgreens Boots Alliance WBA, Equity and Inclusion


Sam Adams spoofs Bud’s Clydesdales and Walgreens hires Starbucks’ Brewer: Wednesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. Sam Adams spoofs Bud’s Clydesdales In the wake of the news about Budweiser sitting out the Super Bowl this year, a rival beer has jumped in with an ad that pokes fun at the brand’s iconic Clydesdales.   Sam ...
Tags: New York, Microsoft, Youtube, Boston, Advertising, Walgreens, Bud, New York Times, Xerox, Broadway, Starbucks, Susan Wojcicki, Giuliani, Pepsico, Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani


Walgreens taps Starbucks exec Brewer as its new CEO

Walgreens said Tuesday it has tapped Starbucks executive Roz Brewer as its new CEO, which will make her the only Black woman leading a...
Tags: Walgreens, Starbucks, Brewer, Roz Brewer


Starbucks COO Roz Brewer is leaving the coffee giant to become Walgreens CEO, and the only Black woman leading a Fortune 500 company

Starbucks COO Roz Brewer is leaving the coffee giant. AP Photo/Ted S. Warren Starbucks chief operating officer Roz Brewer is leaving the company.  Brewer will become the CEO of Walgreens, the Wall Street Journal reports. The new job will make Brewer the only Black female CEO of a Fortune 500 company. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Starbucks chief operating officer Roz Brewer is stepping down from the role, the coffee giant announced on Tuesday. Brewer has accepted a ch...
Tags: US, Trends, Walmart, Walgreens, Howard Schultz, Starbucks, Johnson, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Brewer, McKinsey Company, Dunkin, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Roz, Sam s Club, Stefano Pessina


Roz Brewer to depart Starbucks, accepting CEO role at a publicly-traded company

Brewer joined Starbucks in 2017 after serving as CEO of Sam's Club.
Tags: Starbucks, Brewer, Roz Brewer


Word of the week: Fig

This post was going to be a short riff on a line in that Inauguration poem by Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman—the line about the vine and the fig tree, which got me thinking about figs. Mmmm, figs. But one fig led to another, and next thing you know I was way down a figgy rabbit hole from which there was no escape. Go figure. Here’s the line from “The Hill We Climb”: Scripture tells us to envision that everyone shall sit under their own vine and fig tree, and no one shall make them afra...
Tags: Toys, UK, Texas, Congress, California, Washington, Mexico, France, Finance, Virginia, Poetry, Religion, Linguistics, Food And Drink, Isaac Newton, Redundancy


Petitions of the week: Two cases on the state-secrets privilege

This week we highlight cert petitions that ask the Supreme Court to consider, among other things, the federal government’s state-secrets privilege to protect classified information from disclosure. In United States v. Zubaydah, respondent Zayn Husayn, also known as Abu Zubaydah, is a former associate of Osama bin Laden who was detained abroad after his capture in Pakistan and who is now being held at the U.S. government’s Guantanamo Bay detention facility. Zubaydah alleges that, before being tra...
Tags: Florida, Featured, Guantanamo, Guantanamo Bay, Supreme Court, Law, California, Washington, Osama Bin Laden, Kentucky, Alabama, Fbi, United States, Pakistan, Poland, Graham


COVID vaccines are here, but big questions remain about immunity, mandates

Nurse Annabelle Jimenez, left, congratulates nurse Sandra Lindsay after she is inoculated with the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, Monday, Dec. 14, 2020, at the Jewish Medical Center, in the Queens borough of New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, Pool) Whoops of celebration, crackling applause and tears of joy erupted as the first health care workers were jabbed with the coronavirus vaccine last week, kicking off the largest mass vaccination campaign in history. After their second dose, will th...
Tags: Apple, New York, News, Sweden, Supreme Court, California, Stanford, Massachusetts, San Francisco, Sport, Ap, Public Health, Soccer, Queens, Cambridge, Astrazeneca


‘Coming 2 America’ First Look: Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall Are Back in Queens

It’s hard to believe, but Coming 2 America is coming our way next year. Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall are back as Akeem and his trusted confidante Semmi, this time with Dolemite Is My Name director Craig Brewer behind the camera. Now, the first batch of photos have arrived to give us a glimpse of the comedy sequel. You’ll be happy to see some other familiar faces returning as well, including the lively old barbershop men who are somehow still alive over 30 years later. Coming 2 America First...
Tags: Amazon, Images, Comedy, New York, Movies, America, Queens, Sequels, James Earl Jones, Wesley Snipes, Eddie-Murphy, Leslie Jones, Brewer, Clarence, Saul, Craig Brewer


Target employees claim the chain will wait to arrest shoplifters until thieves steal enough to get felony charges. Experts say it's part of a larger trend to mitigate theft across retail.

Mark Makela/Getty Images A viral TikTok video is calling Target's approach to shoplifters into question. Seven former and current Target employees across the US confirmed that it is common for the retailer to not immediately apprehend certain shoplifters and wait for the total value of the stolen items to reach a certain amount.  Some said that this policy helps Target monitor and catch its high volume shoplifters on larger charges. A loss prevention expert said that retailers might not r...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, California, Virginia, US, Trends, North Dakota, Las Vegas, Nevada, Business Insider, Joseph, Brewer, NDA, Arellano, Arrellano, Minnosota


A “baker’s dozen” and some idioms about food

I decided to write this post, because I have an idea about the origin of the idiom baker’s dozen, and ideas occur so seldom that I did not want this opportunity to be wasted. Perhaps our readers will find my suggestion reasonable or refute it. I’ll be pleased to hear from them. Also, since a baker’s dozen presupposes an extra loaf, I too decided to add more food idioms.This is what Walter W. Skeat wrote in 1862, many years before he began work on his great English etymological dictionary:“I do n...
Tags: Books, London, Wikipedia, William, Vanity Fair, Devil, Winchester, John Carpenter, Riley, Brewer, Adam, Indiana Public Media, Thackeray, Walter W Skeat, Skeat, Winchester College


THE ROAD TO 300K - From the Shop to the Blue Ridge Parkway

It's never good when you pull text message from your wife while you're on the pointy end of a skiff in Florida asking, "Who do I need to call to tow the Element?".  Dammit.    I had sensed this coming for awhile.  When shifting out of third gear every now and then, it just didn't feel right.  There was a hard to describe thud feel and I figured that the transmission was showing it's age as we neared 300,000 miles.  It finally died and now wouldn't come out of second gear.  A tow truck ride and m...
Tags: Florida, Sport, Fishing, Road, North Carolina, South Carolina, Lightroom, Rei, Melissa, Brewer, Asheville, GSI, Yakima, Blue Ridge Parkway, Cameron Mortenson, Black Balsam Knob


Probably the worst copycat in the world / Pompe à bière?

THE ORIGINAL? Carlsberg Beer –  2015 Free beer poured directly from advertising space “Probably the best poster in the world” Source : EPICA Awards SILVER, Cannes Lions BRONZE Agency : Fold7 London (United Kingdom) LESS ORIGINAL Volfas Engelman– 2020 Free non alcoholic beer poured from ad space Source : Agency : JC Decaux (Lithuania) [Author: Joe La Pompe]
Tags: Advertising, Beer, Beverages, Carlsberg, Brewery, Tap, Brewer, Print & Outdoor, Joe La Pompe, Bière, Guerrilla & Ambient, Non-alcoholic, Échantillonnage, Beer Pump, Beer Tap, Brewer's Day


Maple Leafs News & Rumors: Boudreau, McFarland & More

In this edition of Toronto Maple Leafs News & Rumors, I want to look at a number of rumors swirling around the team. I also will share some of former coach Paul McFarland’s insights about the Maple Leafs’ core players. Finally, I’ll take a long look at what analysts suggest the team should do with starting goalie Frederik Andersen. Item One: Is Bruce Boudreau a Possible Maple Leafs Coach? According to James Mirtle from The Athletic, reports that Bruce Boudreau might be considered for an...
Tags: Column, Minnesota, Washington, Toronto, Sport, Fox, Gm, Hockey, NHL, Babcock, Anaheim Ducks, Minnesota Wild, Florida Panthers, Leafs, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs


Rams coaches see no excuses as competition for starting spots gets serious

In a normal year, Rams offensive coordinator Kevin O’Connell and defensive coordinator Brandon Staley would have spent Saturday evaluating players’ performances in the team’s first exhibition game the night before. As it is, they were still gearing up for the Rams’ first full-bore, padded practice sessions, which don’t begin until Tuesday. A year of virtual coaching is about to get real for the Rams staff that must pare down the roster and choose the starters for the season-opening game against ...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Dallas Cowboys, Northern Illinois, Brewer, Jefferson, Los Angeles Rams, Connell, Rams, Staley, Shawn Robinson, Hodgkin, John Johnson, Anthony Lynn


‘Fraught With Fraud and Abuse’: NY Attorney General Sues to Dissolve the National Rifle Association

New York State Attorney General Letitia James on Thursday filed suit to disband the National Rifle Association following an 18-month investigation that she said found the gun rights group is “fraught with fraud and abuse.”The lawsuit takes aim at the NRA and four top officials, including its longtime leader Wayne LaPierre, who’s accused of using millions of dollars in charitable funds on his lavish lifestyle. “The NRA’s influence has been so powerful that the organization went unchecked for deca...
Tags: New York, News, Minnesota, Africa, Joe Biden, Fox, Wisconsin, Fox News, Republican Party, Donald Trump, Bahamas, New York State, Irs, James, Nra, Board


Natomas Unified School District To Add Child Care To Campuses

NATOMAS (CBS13) — Distance learning poses a lot of problems for working families who are left wondering how to make ends meet while making time for their students to learn. To help with that problem, the Natomas Unified School District is looking to strike a balance for families in need of child care. The school board unanimously voted to implement child care on their campuses Wednesday evening. “I’m in a lot of anxiety because I feel like a lot of the communication is being left until really la...
Tags: News, Education, Local, Evans, Chris Evans, Harper, Brewer, Natomas, Learning Curve, Lisa Harper, Coronavirus, Natomas Unified School District, Coronavirus Education, Natomas Unified School, Natomas Unified School District Harper, Mindy Brewer


Les Snead says Rams laid groundwork to contend in 2020

The world sees a team that missed the playoffs last season and then gave up one of the NFL’s most accomplished ballcarriers, among other stars of a Super Bowl run the year before. Les Snead sees it a little differently. The general manager says the Rams are contenders in 2020 after taking bold steps to improve a running game that was going backward with Todd Gurley. One of the evaluations above is true, or maybe both are true. The search for reality will be a main plot line for the Rams’ trainin...
Tags: Minneapolis, Sports, NFL, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, Dallas Cowboys, Gm, Todd Gurley, Las Vegas, Florida State, Jacksonville, Gurley, Donald, Todd


Rams’ Sean McVay takes on changes in team and training camp

Sometime Monday in Thousand Oaks, in a newly erected tent roomy enough to allow social distancing by 100 football players and coaches, Sean McVay will meet his 2020 Rams face to face for the first time. After a different kind of offseason in which Zoom meetings replaced in-person strategy sessions and workouts, the Rams will open a different kind of training camp. McVay can’t come right out and say it’s going to his most challenging camp as a head coach, and maybe it’s not. It wasn’t easy in 201...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Dallas Cowboys, Chargers, Todd Gurley, Eric Weddle, Donald, Clay Matthews, Lewis, Inglewood, Brewer, Jared Goff, Los Angeles Rams, Rams


Arrests Over Illicit Party Boat With 170 Guests Cruising Around N.Y.C.

It was yet another symbol of reckless socializing during the pandemic: The Liberty Belle was dinged for violating distancing rules, and its owners were accused of running an unlicensed bar, the authorities said.
Tags: News, Belle, Brewer, Manhattan (NYC, Parties (Social, Boats and Boating, Gale A, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Rams lineman Brewer opts out, rookies Lewis, Hoecht put on COVID-19 reserve list

The coronavirus pandemic has hit the Rams’ roster. Offensive lineman Chandler Brewer has opted out of the upcoming season because a 2019 cancer battle leaves him at risk, and rookie linebacker Terrell Lewis and defensive lineman Michael Hoecht have been placed on the NFL’s “Reserve/COVID-19” list, the Rams announced Friday afternoon. Until Friday, the Rams had been one of the few NFL teams that had yet to have a player opt out or place a player on the special reserve list. Rams players have been...
Tags: News, Sports, Alabama, NFL, Sport, Soccer, SoFi, Lewis, Brown, Middle Tennessee, Brewer, Los Angeles Rams, Rams, Chandler, Hodgkin, Andrew Whitworth