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Source: Fox News

Former pro wrestler ‘Dirty’ Dick Slater dead at 67

Today 11:45 GMT

RIP!”. Former wrestling superstar Ric Flair honored Slater in a tweet which read, “So Sad To Hear About The Passing Of My Good Friend Dick Slater Who Was A Great Wrestler And One Of The Legit Toughest Guys Of All Time.”

“Slater competed in WWE from 1986 to 1987 before moving to Japan and finishing his in-ring career in WCW.”. “The National Wrestling Alliance sends its deepest sympathies and condolences to the family, friends and fans of Dick Slater,” the organization wrote in a tweet with a mélange of Slater images.

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Source: The Guradian

Mourinho's career is like the plague. Has he run out of people to kill?

Today 10:50 GMT

Like the great plague Mourinho’s voracious early success has been followed by a period of dying back; like the plague Mourinho is still basically doing the same thing; and like the plague the high Mourinho style seems, at times, to have simply run out of people to kill.

One reason put forward to explain why the great plague did not just keep on ravaging the human race forever is that it ran out of people to kill.

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Source: Common Domain

It’s Time to Rethink the Meaning of Estate Plans

Today 01:31 GMT

A good estate plan, according to retirees and financial planners we have spoken with through the years, goes beyond deciding who gets what and how much after you die.

A recent article I wrote about qualified charitable distributions (QCDs) generated a number of emails and questions from readers. In your case, these two pieces of the puzzle are likely available through your wife’s health plan.

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Source: Common Domain

Publicis Plans to Sell Part of Health-Care Unit Amid Madison Avenue Shake-Up

Friday 08:05 GMT

Advertising giant Publicis Groupe SA PUBGY 4.67% reported sales growth just below Wall Street expectations and said it plans to sell part of its health-care business as part of a broader review, the latest sign of contraction on Madison Avenue.

“We are actually seeing a reduction in terms of fee and scope when it comes to creative business in the U.S.,” Mr. Sadoun said, adding that the network is trying to make up for it by offering more personalized ad services using data and technology.

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Source: The Guradian

Cher's 30 greatest songs – ranked!

Friday 09:00 GMT

It is not meant as faint praise to say that Cher can sing the most ridiculous songs with total sincerity, particularly when the results are as enjoyable as this preposterous load of black magic/infidelity/murder-themed hokum.

Here are the best songs from her extraordinary career. “Cher truly out-gayed herself with this one,” offered one LGBT website of Take It Like a Man’s delightfully double-entendre-laden, robot-voiced Euro-disco stomp with guest vocals from Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears, little realising that an album of Abba covers was around the corner. Firmly entrenched in the moneyspinning late-80s world of soft-rock balladry, After All teamed up Cher with former Chicago frontman Peter “Glory of Love” Cetera.

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Source: Washington Post

Growing number of Republicans sounding a lot like Democrats ahead of elections

Thursday 15:26 GMT

A growing number of Republican candidates are sounding a lot like Democrats as they face midterm elections, co-opting Democratic talking points on issues from health care to education funding to the #MeToo movement.

Amid fallout from the Kavanaugh hearing, with surveys showing a growing gender gap that favors Democrats among women voters, Republicans in a number of races have portrayed Democrats as hypocrites on women’s rights by pointing to allegations that they have committed abuse or sexual assault — in each case, borrowing the language of the #MeToo movement.

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Source: Common Domain

Don’t Let a Race for a Promotion Get Awkward

Thursday 15:26 GMT

There’s a right and wrong way to hold internal competition at work—here’s how to keep the runners-up from leaving

As employers replace old career ladders and predictable promotion schedules with more flexible internal postings, career-planning responsibility is falling to employees. Also-rans in Dr. Keller’s study were 2½ times more likely than the average employee to quit the company in the ensuing six to 12 months, according to unpublished follow-up research.

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Source: Common Domain

When Winner-Take-All Battles Backfire at Work

Thursday 13:35 GMT

There’s a right and wrong way to hold internal competition for a promotion—here’s how to keep the runners-up from leaving

The takeaway for her: Employees shouldn’t join such battles without first figuring out what they’ll do if they don’t get the job. They also should size up each opportunity based on how well it fits into their own long-term career and personal plans.

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Source: The Guradian

LeBron James arrives in LA with his greatness confirmed. What does he do now?

Friday 08:05 GMT

Indeed, the spectacle of his late career will be as much about watching the emergence of LeBron James the cultural product as the twilight of LeBron James the player.

Last month came news that James will star in Space Jam 2. James has always been acutely conscious of Michael Jordan’s shadow, but the decision to helm a sequel of Jordan’s 1996 hit seemed a little ostentatious, as if James was trying just a little too hard to outdo the master – even off the court.

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Source: BBC

The big US election issue that's not Trump

Thursday 21:52 GMT

The Trump administration has taken credit for the drop, but some experts say it was due to higher insurance company profits from increasing premiums this year, and that Republican efforts to destabilise the ACA have ultimately made it costlier.

According to a new Pew Research Center study, more than half of Republicans and three-quarters of Democrats say the affordability of healthcare is a "very big" problem.


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