DEARBORN & DETROIT, MI. — On Sunday, December 16, Spotlight will feature a one-on-one exit interview with Michigan Governor Rick Snyder inside Thomas Edison’s Lab on the historic grounds of Greenfield Village at The Henry Ford in Dearborn. We’ll also have a conversation with retiring New Detroit President & CEO Shirley Stancato from our downtown Detroit studio. We hope you tune in to these in-depth conversations. Spotlight on the News, now in its 53rd season, is Michigan's longest-running weekly news and public affairs television program. It airs every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. on WXYZ-TV/Channel 7 in Detroit and 2:30 p.m. on 23.1 WKAR-HD in East Lansing and 6 p.m. on 23.2 WKAR World. … [Read more...] about Spotlight on the News: One-on-one with Governor Rick Snyder & why Shirley Stancato is retiring?
Hannah Natanson started playing soccer when she was 5. And over the next decade she fell in love with the sport, pursuing it at a competitive level all the way to Harvard where she joined the women’s team. But after the Harvard Crimson reported in 2016 that the 2012 men’s soccer team had produced sexually explicit “scouting reports” rating and ranking members of the women’s team, something changed. “The story hit like a slap, but the after-burn lasted for days,” Natanson wrote in the Crimson on Monday. “I didn’t talk about it. None of us did.” An investigation into the “scouting reports” by Harvard’s Office of General Counsel found the behavior of the men’s team appeared “to be more widespread” and continued beyond 2012, including into 2016. The 2016 men’s soccer season was canceled as a result. For Natanson, the happiness she found in playing the sport — in running and exercise … [Read more...] about ‘No one should ever be reduced to their body’: A Harvard student wrote about how the impacts of the sexually explicit ‘scouting reports’ written by the men’s soccer team have lingered
Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Dec. 14, 2018 / 6:02 PM GMT By Claire Atkinson On Tuesday, the embattled directors of CBS shuffled into a row together in an auditorium at New York’s Museum of Modern Art for the company’s annual shareholder meeting. Shari Redstone, vice chair of the board and controlling shareholder of CBS, sat alongside her fellow board directors, some of whom just months earlier had tried to pry away her voting control of the company by supporting an effort to dilute her ownership, led by former CEO Leslie Moonves. Since then, a sexual misconduct scandal centered on Moonves and CBS as a whole has rocked the company to its core, leaving the board with a series of issues to tackle: whether to pay Moonves $120 million in severance; who will be the company’s new CEO; the future of CBS News, given declining ratings; and how to deal with … [Read more...] about For CBS board, Moonves payout is just one of many problems
According to a YouGov poll, the most common New Year’s Resolutions of 2018 were eating better, exercising more, and saving more money. On average, 80% of New Year’s Resolutions fail. The key to setting realistic resolutions is to aspire towards a few, small goals over the course of the year. The most unrealistic resolutions are lofty, broad, and set with the intention to achieve happiness. 2018 came, and then it went. Kind of like the laundry list of New Year’s resolutions that were made on January 1, only to be ditched soon after. For the record, according to U.S. News, 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail, so if the scenario sounds all too familiar, at least you’re of the majority, right? But 2019 is on the horizon, and it’s going to be the year you make resolutions and actually keep them. To find out how, INSIDER reached out to impact coach Katie Sandler for her input on how to take your aspirations from overreaching, to realistic. … [Read more...] about A life coach reveals the realistic resolutions you should make — and which ones to skip
Rebecca Ungarino, provided by Published 7:20 am PST, Friday, December 14, 2018 A widely followed Taiwan-based Apple analyst just cut his estimates on the iPhone XR. Ming-Chi Kuo, analyst with TF International Securities, wrote in a note that he was cutting iPhone estimates for the first quarter of 2019, again, due in part to lower-than-expected XR demand. The report knocked Apple shares down by 2% on Thursday. Watch Apple trade live here. A widely followed Apple analyst, known for accuracy, cut his sales estimates for the iPhone XR Friday, exacerbating sweeping concerns across the investment community that the tech giant is experiencing a slowdown in its iPhone cycle. TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo wrote in a report to clients that he was cutting iPhone shipment estimates for the first quarter of 2019, again, due in part to lower-than-expected iPhone XR demand. He said that the "increase in orders of legacy iPhone models cannot offset the decline of … [Read more...] about One of the most tapped-in Apple analysts just slashed his iPhone XR sales estimates — again (AAPL)