Pop Culture

As the investment bank faces scrutiny for its treatment of first-year analysts, a case involving allegations of physical violence and a toxic, frat-house culture is scheduled to go to trial later this year. By William D. Cohan April 13, 2021 Last month, a number of clever young bankers at Goldman Sachs managed to get Wall
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Melanie Rogers’ “Fever” is one of the year’s most evocative and emotionally provoking singles so far in 2021. It’s the most powerful artistic example yet of the full 180-degree turn Rogers has made from her years singing religious orientated or Contemporary Christian material. She has performed for thousands in such settings and her mainstream musical
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Jennifer Weisselberg has shared information with criminal investigators that could take Trump down.  By Bess Levin April 12, 2021 As the Manhattan District Attorney’s criminal investigation into potential bank, tax, and insurance fraud by Donald Trump ramps up, there are a number of key figures whose names likely sends shivers down the ex-president’s spine (or
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The former president’s toxic mix of conspiracy theories and grievances continue to define the GOP, as evidenced by his Saturday night speech full of baseless election claims and petty attacks on anyone deemed disloyal. By Charlotte Klein April 11, 2021 Addressing Republican National Committee donors and GOP officials at Mar-a-Lago on Saturday, former President Donald
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Corus Entertainment Inc. announced a distribution deal with U.S. streaming service Hulu Friday as it reported better-than-expected second-quarter financial results. The Toronto-based company — which owns one of Canada’s largest radio groups, the Global television network and dozens of specialty cable channels — said its Corus Studios division has signed a deal to sell more
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