Michael Boyer waited 19 hours in line to make history as the first person to buy legal pot in Spokane on Tuesday, but some of his employers weren’t so happy about it. Update: Things are looking up for Boyer, as one of his employers, TrueBlue, decide to keep him on.
While an American Apparel employee, I spoke out publicly against the company’s ethics and employment practices. Then I got a call from Charney.
The results of a report released Thursday, presented by GM CEO Mary Barra, state that incompetence and neglect by GM caused the decade-long delay in fixing the ignition switch problem.
The Standard Hotel says the employee, who recorded the video of Solange Knowles fighting with Jay Z in an elevator, has been identified and fired.
Updated: Occasional crazy person Alec Baldwin’s weekly show, Up Late with Alec Baldwin, has been canceled by MSNBC, the New York Post and TMZ report.
Her boyfriend, a football coach at the same school, allegedly only received a reprimand.
“No one has been fired, my goal is to actually get the website up and running.”
He said he was quoting a high school soccer star who transferred after a bad experience with cliques.
He was let go by the New England Patriots on Saturday, and yesterday every other NFL team passed on him. Tebow took to Twitter to extend his thanks to the Patriots and quote scripture.
Cynthia Ambrose said she wanted to teach 6-year-old a lesson.
“Put that camera down. You’re fired.” Updated with a link to the conference call audio and link to Armstrong’s apology.
Text, Facebook, Post-it: It’s all been done.
Beneath the former Groupon CEO’s twangy guitar playing and scratchy lyrics is an introspective record about getting burned by the experience of going public. Unlike his jokey resignation letter, this is how he truly feels about getting fired.
It is only Act I, but the battle between the board of Men’s Wearhouse and its recently fired founder George Zimmer has already been uncommonly ugly. But the corporate bloodletting is only beginning.
George Zimmer wasn’t just the Men’s Wearhouse founder and executive chairman — he was its pitchman. And he was icily fired this morning.
Why nobody watched Howard Kurtz on Howard Kurtz on Reliable Sources.
The CNN media critic used the first 15 minutes of his Reliable Sources show Sunday to apologize for a rash of recent reporting errors. Even lower ratings than usual.
Those who can, do. Those who can’t should probably do something else.
A group of miners in Australia were recently fired for recording themselves doing the Harlem Shake while on the job. They’re the latest in a long line of people who were fired, justly or unjustly, for not thinking before they posted something on the Internet.
Andrew Mason was sacked by the board of directors from Groupon yesterday and posted a rather unique letter online to say goodbye.
After being arrested for “lewd conduct,” the Anchorman star and all around funny guy has been dropped from his T.V. show.
A spirited defense from Rep. Grimm. But possibly not what he was supposed to say. The DNC is sending this one around.
Jerry Sandusky, the former assistant football coach charged with 40 counts of child sex abuse, breaks his silence on the Penn State scandal with Bob Costas. And he unsurprisingly denies all the charges. “Horsing around” and “horseplay” are terms that are now forever tainted.
On the heels of the revelation that the judge who freed Jerry Sandusky on bail was a donor to Sandusky’s Second Mile charity, and the incredulous questions as to why she did not recuse herself, here are some more unanswered questions surrounding this awful scandal. Not to get into the realm of conspiracy theory, but there are some very disturbing “coincidences” surrounding this case.
Jerry Sandusky in a 1987 NBC interview: “I enjoy being around children…I just have a good time with them.” “Everybody needs people to care for them, even if sometimes they don’t want it.” *shudder*
This is the horrific and damning story of Victim 2. From the Grand Jury Report into the alleged and repeated rape of young boys by former Penn State Assistant Coach Jerry Sandusky. The report identifies at least 8 victims, but Victim 2 is the case that directly involved Head Coach Joe Paterno and the upper echelons of the Penn State hierarchy. The abuse that’s described, and the resultant cover up, is shocking.