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Whitney Port gets spotted while out getting her nails done in Beverly Hills.
17 Mar 2011
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BY: JACQUELINNE MEJIA ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource business video news analysis from Newsy A banking analyst who predicted the banking industry meltdown and the defaults of municipal bonds, has come under fire for a new, more optimistic outlook on the economy. Meredith Whitney’s interview in USA Today with Maria Bartiromo has analysts scrutinizing the rosier predictions of the woman once lauded a ‘rock-star analyst’ for her spot-on predictions. (Video: CNBC) Whitney had previously predicted 50 to 100 -quote- “sizable defaults” by state and local governments. In the USA Today interview - she said it would be a quote - “extended, multiyear issue.” But she also surprised followers when she called the U.S. economy dynamic and strong. Charlie Gasparino, of Fox Business, says although Whitney did admit to being wrong about her municipal bonds outlook - he complains Bartiromo didn’t ask for any evidence of her new conclusion. “She basically says that the 50 to 100 issue, and all those defaults, is now a multi-year issue.” ... “I mean, the bottom line is it’s a lousy interview. And the problem with it is she’s not pressed on ‘what do you mean by a multi-year issue?’ ‘Does it mean over 10 years, over 5 years, over 3 years...you know, give us some scenario, she doesn’t ask for the research to back this up.” And a writer for CNBC reacts to Whitney’s prediction of an improving economy by saying there has to be a catch if the noted pessimist is now seeing the economic glass half full. “So the latest Whitney comments either indicate that there’s no sense being downbeat about the economy anymore—or that the last great bear has come in from the cold and a market capitulation on the upside is near, indicating an end to the rally.” So is the hibernation period of the U.S. economy ending and a bear market on the horizon? Bloomberg reports on recent statements made by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President -- who said the economy may be seeing expansion at a ‘moderate pace.’ But The Daily Reckoning’s sentiment is not the same. “While it’s true that a few ‘headline’ economic numbers – like GDP growth and industrial production – are flashing signs of recovery, numerous other data points are flashing red. Net-net, this recovery is suspect. What’s more, every economic uptick seems to coincide with an inflationary uptick.” Still - in The New York Times - Irvis Lav says fears of a doomsday scenario of bond defaults is a bit misguided. He notes - a state hasn’t defaulted on a bond since the Depression. “Some doomsayers liken today’s municipal bond market to the mortgage bond market before it burst. But that’s a false comparison: state and local governments haven’t changed the frequency or quality of bonds issued, as occurred with subprime mortgage bonds. … [I]t’s one thing to talk reasonably about long-term difficulties, and another to spread fear about a bond-default apocalypse.” One Whitney prediction critics DO agree with? That housing prices will drop by 8-10 percent within the next few months. The Wall Street Journal reports they have fallen for the third straight month in January. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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Taiwanese Boy Lin Yu Chun Sings Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You
7 Apr 2011
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BY BRICE SANDER ANCHOR JIM FLINK You're watching multisource entertainment news analysis from Newsy Crack is whack, but it might still be a problem for Whitney Houston. The songstress announced she’s re-entered rehab- for the third time this decade. But the reason why? That’s a mystery. HLN let’s us in on what her rep’s saying: ANCHOR: “Her rep says the singer/actress voluntarily entered the program to support her long-standing recovery process. No details about where Whitney Houston is getting treatment, though, or what triggered it.” But people aren’t buying it. A blogger for the Frisky says that explanation’s bull. “Here’s my hunch—this is all legalese. Whitney isn’t sayin’ she has a problem with drugs or booze, but she’s drying out—er,cleansing—from one or both and the monitor is to make sure she sticks to it. In other words, she’s (probably) on a booze and drug sabbatical!” The Hollywood Reporter suggests we should’ve seen this coming. “Houston, who has battled problems with drug addiction for years, declared herself clean in 2009, the same year she released a comeback album. She has since delivered a series of shotty live performances.” As a WRC blogger notes, Houston’s rehab stay comes at a time when she probably doesn’t want any added attention. “This announcement comes as Whitney's 18 year-daughter with singer Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina Brown, battles allegations she was photographed at a party doing drugs.” Others suggest Houston’s return to rehab might have something to do with Angela Bassett’s recent announcement on The Talk. SHARON OSBOURNE: “Now, do you have something to tell us?” ANGELA BASSETT: “Well, it’s preliminary, but it’s gonna happen. You know, Waiting to Exhale 2.” ANGELA BASSETT: “She’s written the screenplay.” HOLLY ROBINSON-PEETE: “So are you in talks? I mean are we gonna get Loretta back?” ANGELA BASSETT: “Absolutely! Loretta loves to work. Loretta, Lela, Whitney! Forrest!” Yep, a Waiting to Exhale sequel, set to go into production later this year. As an OK Magazine writer suggests, Houston might be sobering up so she- and her fans- don’t miss out on a real comeback. “...the return of Whitney Houston to the big screen will be well worth its wait! … [H]er return to the silver screen will be the first since the 1996 film, The Preacher’s Wife.” Houston’s been enrolled in the program a little over a week on an out-patient basis. No word on when she’ll be out. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
10 May 2011
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An interview with Mike Whitney, author of Are You Ready to Sell? The world of B2B industrial sales is changing fast. You need to change even faster to win. Here's how!
1 Jun 2011
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Whitney Port is washing away the worries of The City in the turquoise waters of Miami Beach.
25 Jul 2011
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This is an interview with Dr. D. Whitney Frost, MD, who is an Orthopedic Surgeon at The Everett Clinic. For a full biography of Dr. Frost, please visit: http://dwhitneyfrost.everettclinic.com/. D. Whitney Frost, M.D., joined The Everett Clinic in 2000. Born in 1955, he received his medical degree from the University of South Dakota School of Medicine. Dr. Frost completed his residency at Grand Rapids Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program and is board certified in Orthopaedic Surgery. He has special interests in all areas of orthopaedic surgery. Dr. Frost enjoys hiking, boating, and skiing. For more information on The Everett Clinic Orthopedics Department, please visit: http://www.everettclinic.com/Specialties/Orthopaedics.ashx?p=904.
30 Aug 2011
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This is an interview with Dr. D. Whitney Frost, MD, who is an Orthopedic Surgeon at The Everett Clinic. For a full biography of Dr. Frost, please visit: http://dwhitneyfrost.everettclinic.com/. We're a very hand intensive society; we use our hands all day long for all this different stuff. Especially with manufacturing, and construction, and all of those really repetitive hand intensive activities: we see things wear out, we see injuries. I think everyone has heard about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, for example. It's a pretty common thing as people get older, and depending on the job, it's totally curable. I mean it just simply goes away; you get the pressure off the nerve and it's no longer a problem. Trigger fingers is another thing that happens frequently; people get these fingers that catch and pop. It that takes eight minutes to release this little band, and that's gone. There is also arthritis at the base of the thumb. For more information on The Everett Clinic Orthopedics Department, please visit: http://www.everettclinic.com/Specialties/Orthopaedics.ashx?p=904.
30 Aug 2011
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Whitney Houston would not buckle her seatbelt for a Delta airline crew.
14 Oct 2011
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Whitney S01E08 http://must-watch.com
4 Jan 2012
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Whitney Houston has reportedly lost all of her fortune.
24 Jan 2012
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In this video taken on the night of November 9th 2012 and thought to be the last time Whitney Houston was seen in public alive the singer is seen for a pre Grammy party and did not appear to look well.
12 Feb 2012
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The world lost it's voice today. Whitney Houston has died at age 48. A sad end for a wonderful talent. We will always love her. She died old at a very young age. We must all learn control. Bit it food, alcohol, drugs, cigarettes or depression. Depression can kill. In an effort to remove the pains in life people ruin their bodies and in turn cut short their lives. May she now find peace. Our goal should be , to Die Young but at a very Old Age!
12 Feb 2012
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Whitney Houston fan reacts to finding out she died.
12 Feb 2012
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These were the emotional scenes captured by Splash cameras as Clive Davis arrived at his pre-Grammy party and was greeted by Alicia Keys just hours after learning that Whitney Houston had passed away.
12 Feb 2012
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Police confirm Whitney Houston was found dead at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. at age 48.
12 Feb 2012
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