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19 Sep 2017
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Following her split from husband of seventeen years, Clint Eastwood, Dina Eastwood is going back to work. According to TMZ Dina is heading back to the job that she left when she first met Clint. Dina will be returning to her roots as a news anchor for KSBW in Monterey, California. The station's news director confirmed to TMZ that Dina will be anchoring the five o'clock evening news beginning immediately. The part boriqua newswoman worked as an anchor between 1991 and 1996. She met Clint during an interview in 1992, and she retired from the news desk in 1996, the same year she married Clint.
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5 Dec 2011
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This is my Fan-Made Dark Knight Trailer. Its been in the works for a while, Im greatly appreciative towards the great feedback I have been getting. I would like to give great thanks for the workers and people behind Warner Bros. Studios and DC Comics, if it wasn't for them making this unique masterpiece, I wouldn't had made this video, Once again Thank you and God Bless. ALL COPY RIGHTS RESERVED. THIS IS PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY. Add and Subscribe me on Youtube: Sugarcreeklpictures
26 Sep 2011
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*******www.theprofitexperts******, *******www.losspreventionvideos****, Romeo Richards, Do you know the cost of employee errors to your retail store? Do you know how many sales you need to make to recover losses causes by an incident of employee error? Employee errors in pricing, accounting and receiving contribute approximately 18% of retail shrinkage; this equates to £18,623 in losses to an average supermarket or store and almost £49,679 in losses to a superstore. This means that a store or supermarket that operates with a 1% net profit will need to make an additional £3million in annual sales in order to recover profit lost due to employee errors. By the same measure a typical hyper store will need to increase its sales by £8million. Therefore, it you are a Wal-Mart, Tesco or Metro you will need to increase your sales by 0.3% to recover the loss of a can of baked beans that was left to expire. Loss prevention activities in most retail organisations are never focused on employee error for them retail loss prevention is synonymous with retail fraud; therefore the majority of their activities are geared towards theft and fraud prevention leaving the issue of employee error unabated. This e-book aims to change the retail perception of loss prevention. We are aware that even when the issue of employee error is discussed, the focus is mostly on errors such as pricing, administrating or accounting, with scant or no attention paid to merchandising, procurement, order picking or procedural errors that are responsible for a large percentage of losses within retail organisations. This e-book delves into those types of errors and much more. We broke employee errors down into administrative, shop floor, cashier and warehouse errors. If any retailer read this e-book and applied the principles within it, they will be able to reduce their incidents of employee error by 12% in as little as 90 days. Your will learn • What Constitutes as Retail Employee Error • How to Calculate the Cost of Employee Error • How to Calculate Additional Sales Required to Recover Losses Caused by Employee Error • Types of Employee Error • How to Reduce Employee Error • The Ultimate Employee Error Prevention Formula • How to Apply the Lessons from This E-Book to Your Business This video is suitable for individuals involved with the following terms: manchester evening news, evening news, men, rochdale observer, david Charlton, manchester news, jobs in manchester, men news, stockport, manchester city news, jobs in, manchester weather, matt busby, tameside advertiser, tyson fury, my protein, javier Hernandez, itn education, free press, jobs in Oldham, manchester, m.e.n, rooney hair, man city, advertiser, man utd fixtures, macclesfield express, weather manchester, salford advertiser, daniel mays, mediacityuk, media city, mediacity, mediacity uk, media city courses, parking at media city, hotel media city, media city salford, the green house, greenhouse, media city address, media city courses salford, green house, salford quays, holiday inn media city, holiday inn media, city jobs, manchester, uk address, restaurants, salford university courses at media, hotel apartments, coffee shop, shop at, paul newman, city hotel, offices in, manchester jobs, city in, uk manchester, bbc news, weather, bbc weather, bbc sport, doctor who, iplayer, radio 1, london riots, news, bbc iplayer, mortgage calculator, bbc football, weather forecast, bbc Arabic, cbbc, bbc radio, bbc tieng viet, dr who, cbeebies, learning english, i player, london weather, weather London, world news, bbc world news, bbc news live, recipes, bbc persian, bbc learning english, radio 2
24 Sep 2011
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*******www.theprofitexperts******, *******www.losspreventionvideos****, Romeo Richards, Join us for more valuable information, brought to you by The Profit Experts! Do you want to know how Wal-Mart became the biggest and most profitable retailer in the world? • Do you want to know how Tesco transformed from a struggling retailer to become a global brand and the second most profitable retailer in the world? • Do you want to know how UK supermarkets Morrison's and Sainsbury's almost doubled their profit margin during the worst financial crisis since the great Depression? • Do you want to know how the likes of Borders, Woolworths, Music Zone, Zavi and many more recognised High Street brands ended up in the business graveyard? • Do you want to know why B&Q and PC World will cease to exist in the next few years? • Do you want to know the Critical Non-Essentials that are required to succeed as a retailer in the 21st century retail environment? The retail landscape is changing rapidly with increasing internet shopping. From 2005 to 2009, the online shopping population grew to 1.6 billion. It is predicted to rise to 2.3 billion by 2014 with gross revenue totalling $778.6 billion. This is bad news for traditional brick and mortal retail businesses. With the continued dominance of Amazon, eBay, Google or iTunes, does WH Smith, Waterstones or HMV even stand a chance? The answer to these and many other questions are in these articles. These articles are for retailers who wants to learn how to run a successful and profitable retail operation in the 21st century retail environment. The question is not if change will come because it will come whether retailers like it or not. The question is: are you prepared? You will find your answer in these articles. You will learn everything you need to know about: • Creating a Culture of Loss Prevention • Employee Error • Employee Theft • Perishable and Non-Perishable Shrinkage • Shoplifting • Receiving Shrinkage • Technologies that Help to Reduce Retail Shrinkage This video is suitable for individuals involved with the following terms: manchester evening news, evening news, men, rochdale observer, david Charlton, manchester news, jobs in manchester, men news, stockport, manchester city news, jobs in, manchester weather, matt busby, tameside advertiser, tyson fury, my protein, javier Hernandez, itn education, free press, jobs in Oldham, manchester, m.e.n, rooney hair, man city, advertiser, man utd fixtures, macclesfield express, weather manchester, salford advertiser, daniel mays
15 Aug 2011
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INFO: It is December 21, 2012. DOOMSDAY! And Legendary Protius Max travels to Pyrania to stop an alien race from destroying the human race. Created, Written, Edited, & Directed by: Chris Kennedy. Music by: Andrew Kennedy, Paul Oakenfold, & Michael Giacchino. CGI animation & Special Effects by: Chris Kennedy.
28 Jul 2011
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BY PAUL ROLFE You're watching multisource environment news analysis from Newsy. Sick and dying sea lions, birds, and dolphins have been washing up on southern California coasts for the past month -- scientists think they know why -- and it’s not the apocalypse. NBC Nightly News spoke to the director of the Marine Mammal Care Center -- he says the cause is something called domoic acid. “Domoic acid toxicity results from a naturally occurring alga bloom in the ocean, and when filter feeders like sardines or anchovies eat this particular diatom, it works its way up the food chain and has a neurological effect on animals like California sea lions.” CBS Evening News reports marine centers have been rescuing record numbers of sea lions this year. They say the cause of death could also be over-population. “The center has already rescued 172 sea lions this year, 139 percent more than last year. It’s the same story 400 miles north in San Francisco ... They’ve rescued a record 890 California sea lions, one ended up in a squad car after being found on the highway ... Part of the problem could be over-population. A record 59,000 of these animals were born along the coast last year.” But most sources are reporting the domoic toxins are to blame. The director of Marine Animal Rescue tells Manhattan Beach Patch -- it’s the obvious cause. “It's obvious from the stress on their face and behavior and having seizures on the beach, it's all domoic acid ... The pregnant sea lions are hard ones to watch, and the pups inside of them don't fare very well.” KTTV in L.A. says recent massive die-offs of fish may also be a result of the toxic algae blooms. “And this acid can cause seizures, paralysis, foaming of the mouth. In fish this can cause them to be disoriented. So it’s thought that it may have been the reasons why millions of fish swam into King Harbor, you may recall, last month. An unbelievable sight there.” So where is this toxic algae coming from? KNTV in the the Bay Area says it may be a combination of warmer waters from the El Niño effect -- and pollution. “A recent study suggested that chemically polluted runoff is a major cause of environmental change in the San Francisco bay. Fertilizers and pesticides could potentially alter the ecosystem, though it's still unknown how that would affect algae.” KNTV also reports humans are at risk to domoic acid -- prompting wildlife experts to place a quarantine on harvesting live mussels. And beach-goers are urged to let authorities handle the sick wildlife that comes ashore. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
30 Apr 2011
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BY MOLLY BOLAND ANCHOR AUSTIN KIM You're watching multisource entertainment video news analysis from Newsy. Two of America’s most well-known news anchors might just be heading toward a reunion on the daytime television scene. “The two used to co anchor the ‘Today’ show together. Couric announced last week she’s leaving her gig at the CBS Evening News and rumor has it that she’s in talks to get her own syndicated talk show. Now the LA Times is reporting that she wants Lauer to host it with her. You’ll remember there were reports last week that Lauer wants off the Today show when his contract is up in 2012." (KSWB-Fox) Despite media rumors, not everyone is convinced. A writer for Forbes is doubtful and The Huffington Post writes, NBC won’t let Lauer go that easily. “It probably won’t happen. NBC will do whatever it takes to keep Lauer, even if it means making “the biggest offer in television news history,” as the Times puts it.” “He is currently at the top of a very lucrative field (and a wildly profitable show) and NBC will not be nearly as eager to part ways with him as CBS seemingly has been with Couric's anchor job.” Lauer reportedly makes 17 million but could be aiming to increase that number. According to TMZ, the whole talk show idea is a -quote- “ploy” to get an extra 8 million a year. As for Katie -- the soon-to-be former CBS Evening News anchor told The New York Time’s Andrew Goldman, she IS exploring the possibility of daytime TV -- and The Atlantic Wire reports, it could be the right move. “With a new slot opening up in Oprah's wake, veterans think Couric would be a smashing success in a syndicated talk show role. ...Couric seems better suited to star in ‘The Katie Couric Show’ than the more collaborative environment at Evening News.” So, Lauer wants to leave and Katie is definitely planning something. Entertainment Tonight examines the daytime lineup that could get a new face or two. “Oprah’s departure leaves a big new hole in daytime TV. Rachel Ray, Dr. Phill, and Dr. Oz are still there and CNN’s Anderson Cooper is getting a syndicated talk show.” “Katie Couric would be of a real appeal for stations because she’s a name that America already knows.” Finally, Mediabistro quotes daytime host Maury Povich, who says Couric will do well -- once she opens up a bit. “You have to say to your audience, ‘Look, we’re imperfect human beings.’ That’s why they can relate to you. Once Katie gets the ‘news anchor’ tag off herself, where she’s inhibited in so many ways, she can just be Katie. That’s all she has to do.” 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for more entertainment video news analysis in your feed. Get more multisource entertainment video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
16 Apr 2011
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BY ALANA YOUNG ANCHOR JENNY MECKLES You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy Government shutdown. You might have heard these two words a lot lately on the evening news -- but what does it actually mean? After months of negotiations - six temporary funding measures - and a shutdown looming again, lawmakers have been quick to start - and continue - the blame-game. REP. PAUL RYAN (R-WI), CBN: “Up here in Washington, we have no partners to negotiate with. The other side of the aisle is just choosing to walk away from this fight.” REP. CHRIS VAN HOLLEN (D-MD), CNN: “What you have right now is the Tea Party wing of the Republican Party in the House saying, it’s our way or a shutdown.” REP. TIM GRIFFIN (R-AR), FOX NEWS: “You see a bill that came out of the House, you see nothing from these guys. It’s a charade. They’re acting like they’re in good faith..." REP. KAREN BASS (D-CA), MSNBC:... “...will the Republican leadership act in a responsible manner and fund the government until the end of the year? …. we need to stop the silliness frankly.” But the public isn’t buying into the finger-pointing, and a recent Pew poll shows people are divided on whether the Republicans - at 39 percent - or the Obama administration - at 36 percent -- will be at fault for a government shutdown. If the shutdown does happen, it wouldn’t be the first time. The federal government shut down on four other occasions in history -- most recently a 21-day shutdown in December of 1995. But what would happen this time? CNN: “If it happens this time around, it's U.S. troops we're talking about, including those fighting in Iraq, in Afghanistan, who could see their paychecks interrupted. Tax returns could be stalled if you haven’t filed yet. And for federal workers, during the two government shutdowns in the 1990s, hundreds of thousands of them were sent home. That's what this all means.” In 2008, the non-partisan Congressional Research Service outlined the effects government shutdowns have on the economy. But in an interview on MSNBC, correspondent Dan Stone says a shutdown is not as bad as it sounds. DAN STONE: “...A good way to put it is about half of the government shuts down. One of the key differences here, is that OMB is going to make the determinations about what is essential and what's not... The social security checks will still be going out, but the people who answer the calls from people who have questions about their social security checks will probably not be considered essential, at least for the week or two of a shutdown that's looming here. ... What isn't going to operate right now it looks like anything related to tourism is going to be taking a hit here. We're talking about museums, parks, national monuments, Visa and passport applications." And Fox News contributor Andrea Tantaros agrees - shutdown affects with be minimal -- and says, “Bring on the shutdown." ANDREA TANTAROS: “I don't think a lot happens. I mean, we talked about this. Unless you want to go to a national park, not a lot is gonna happen. People will continue to get their checks. The post office is self funded so you will still go to the post office. Nothing major. It might take a short hit on consumer confidence. You look back, what happened during the Clinton shutdown. Not a lot.” But a writer for PBS says people are forgetting - there are slight differences between 1995 and now -- namely several federal organizations that weren’t around before -- like the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration. A House rule requires legislation be made public 3-days before a vote. That means Congress has until Wednesday afternoon to find a budget solution before the current resolution expires midnight Friday. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
9 Apr 2011
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BY TRACY PFEIFFER ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource entertainment news analysis from Newsy The Associated Press is reporting Katie Couric is leaving the CBS “Evening News” -- citing an unnamed executive. Couric replaced Dan Rather in 2006, becoming the first woman anchor to helm an evening newscast solo -- and at the time, she was the highest-paid television anchor with a $15 million annual salary. Despite lackluster ratings, she won the Edward R. Murrow Award for best newscast in 2008 and 2009. (Video: CBS) Rumors of Couric’s departure have been swirling for weeks, especially after this interview on The Late Show in March. DAVID LETTERMAN: “I didn’t realize that your contract is -- when, soon?” KATIE COURIC: “Yeah, it’s up in, on -- the beginning of June. June 4th, I think.” DAVID LETTERMAN: “No, so that means--” KATIE COURIC: “Yeah, can you believe it’s been five years, Dave?” DAVID LETTERMAN: “No, I can’t believe it. So that means that theoretically, you could actually leave the network? You can’t leave the network, can you?” (Katie laughs, crowd boos) KATIE COURIC: “I mean, I’m figuring out what I want to do, and I’m just sort of in the process of, you know, figuring out the future.” Reasons for the exit are unclear, as Couric’s spokesperson has refused to comment. Rumors include a desire to spend more time with her family -- and looking to fill an Oprah-sized hole in daytime TV – (Video: MSNBC) -- or, according to the New York Post, to find a job with diverse opportunities, something which Couric has already been experimenting with. “Trying to develop a presence outside the 22-minute evening newscast, she began producing shorts for the Web, interviews, notebook pieces and behind-the-scenes stories that appeared on cbsnews**** under the title Couric & Co. and on her own YouTube channel.” According to the Hollywood Reporter, Couric’s forays into social media have garnered significant interest from other news outlets. “Couric is also believed to be eyeing both a production company and a content deal with one of the major Web portals. According to one source, both AOL and Yahoo have expressed interest in partnering with Couric, a move that speaks to the growing need for these sites to differentiate themselves with original, premium content.” As far as her post at CBS Evening News, the Orlando Sentinel’s entertainment blog offers a few theories on who could be tapped to fill Couric’s seat. “CBS is looking at internal candidates - Harry Smith, Russ Mitchell and Scott Pelley have been mentioned - as well as considering candidates outside the network. Would Ann Curry be available?” CBS says the network is in quote- “ongoing discussions” with Couric, and though her contract is up June 4th, it’s unclear when she will actually leave. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
9 Apr 2011
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