Business | Momofuku’s Secret Sauce: A 30-Year-Old C.E.O. Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Marguerite Zabar Mariscal, who started as an intern in 2011, is a guiding force with David Chang as they expand a restaurant empire. Credit Credit Benjamin Norman for The New York Times Supported by ByElizabeth G. Dunn Aug 16, 2019 Bar Wayo, the latest restaurant from David Chang’s Momofuku Group, sits at the edge of Pier 17 at South Street Seaport in Manhattan, with windows looking out at the East River. The name derives from “wayo secchu” — the blending of Japanese and Western styles — and on a recent Friday afternoon, a few weeks before the space opened to the public, the staff was working to dial in the concept. A dozen bartenders jiggled cocktail shakers rigged with laser pointers, trying to nail the figure-eight motion characteristic of Japanese mixology. In the open kitchen, Mr. … [Read more...] about Momofuku’s Secret Sauce: A 30-Year-Old C.E.O.
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"Stranger Things 3" debuts July 4 on Netflix. (Netflix) Sunday, June 30 “The Rook” Starz, 8 p.m. New series Emma Greenwell (“Shameless”) stars in this sci-fi spy thriller as Myfanwy Thomas, a woman who wakes up to find herself surrounded by dead bodies and her memory gone. Soon she discovers she belongs to a secret government agency that monitors people with enhanced abilities and must attempt to discover who wiped her memory and why. “What Just Happened??! With Fred Savage” Fox, 9:30 p.m. New series Fred Savage lampoons the after-show genre in this smart new comedy that is part mocumentary, part talk show. In each episode, Savage is joined by celebrity guests to discuss the immediately preceding episode of the nonexistent sci-fi drama “The Flare.” “What Just Happened??!” will also make visits to the fictitious set and invite “The Flare’s” cast members, producers and superfans to discuss the series. … [Read more...] about TV best bets for the week of June 30
Hillary Hoffower, provided by Published 8:04 am PST, Monday, February 18, 2019 Rodrigo Snchez /EyeEm/Getty Images Self-made millionaire Grant Sabatier retired early at 30 years old with a nest egg of $1.25 million by using a seven-step strategy, which you can use for your own path to financial independence. First, figure out your target number for financial freedom, determine how to get there by calculating your net worth, and overhaul your mindset about money. The next four steps involve action to achieve that number: Stop budgeting, hack your full-time job, start a side hustle, and invest. Having retired at 30, Grant Sabatier has mastered financial independence. He became a self-made millionaire in five years, retiring with a nest egg of $1.25 million. It may sound impossible, but Sabatier says it's not if follow the same seven-step strategy he used. "This plan works because it's designed to maximize all areas of your financial life," he writes in his book, … [Read more...] about Here’s the 7-step strategy one guy used to become a self-made millionaire and retire at 30
Taja Whiteside / Contributed photo by Akedus Hamilton Taja Whiteside / Contributed photo by Akedus Hamilton Taja Whiteside's family is frustrated with how long it took Chattanooga police to name a suspect in her killing. But Chattanooga police say homicide investigations can sometimes be a lengthy process. Since Whiteside's death, her family has been raising awareness on social media, desperately asking for help locating the man suspected of killing her. Police, on the other hand, did not publicly identify 30-year-old Kameron Leslie as a suspect until one month later. Whiteside was found dead in her Moody Sawyer Road home by her son on Jan. 11. A medical examiner's report later revealed she'd been strangled to death. Within hours of Whiteside's death, Chattanooga police sent an advisory to other law enforcement agencies to "request assistance in locating Kameron Leslie, who was wanted for questioning at that time," police spokeswoman Elisa Myzal said in an email. A screenshot of … [Read more...] about Family of slain woman frustrated with investigation; Chattanooga police say process takes time
Interview questions designed to trick job candidates and stress them out are useless. Tech giants like Google – once notorious for its tricky interview questions – have moved away, but some companies may still be using this strategy. Olivia Bland recently tweeted about her “brutal 2 hour interview” at Web Applications UK, in which the CEO apparently humiliated her. ( The company said in a statement that they didn’t find evidence of bullying or intimidation.) A better strategy is a structured interview, with a series of job-specific questions that are the same for everyone. A 22-year-old woman’s recent job-interview experience has made international news. Last week, Olivia Bland tweeted about her “brutal 2 hour interview, in which the CEO Craig Dean tore both me and my writing to shreds (and called me an underachiever).” The BBC reported that Bland said the company’s CEO humiliated Bland about her taste in music, her … [Read more...] about A 22-year-old job seeker’s viral ‘stress interview’ illustrates exactly why even big-name companies like Google are moving away from gimmicky job interviews