Chef David Chang is launching a new food and culture podcast on The Ringer

Burgeoning media mogul David Chang is launching a food and culture podcast this week, Eater reports. The renowned chef and restaurateur is partnering with sports columnist Bill Simmons on The Dave Chang Show, which is scheduled to kick off on April 26 on The Ringer Podcast Network. “In the first episode @davidchang explains to @billsimmons […]

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Lethal Weapon series could be cancelled because of star’s ‘abusive’ behaviour

The clock could be ticking on Fox’s Lethal Weapon series, which stars Clayne Crawford as the Mel Gibson to Damon Wayans’s Danny Glover. The series is currently in its second season and boasting strong ratings, but that could all come to a close with news of Crawford’s abusive on-set attitude. According to Deadline, Crawford has […]

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Brian Pallister says public-private partnerships could be used in roads

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is raising the possibility of building provincial roads in partnership with the private sector. Pallister told the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce that the so-called P-3 model is a great option for roads — better than for other projects such as schools. Pallister later told reporters he is not considering […]

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MORGAN STANLEY: Here are the 10 tech companies most likely to get acquired in the next 12 months

Corporate mergers and acquisitions in the US are rebounding this year. Thanks to tax cuts, companies have access to more cash they can spend on deals. According to Morgan Stanley, M&A offer intensity, the number of offers relative to the number of stocks, increased to 3.2% in the first quarter from 2.5% in the fourth. […]

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The remains of Yahoo just got hit with a $35 million fine because it didn’t tell investors about Russian hacking (AABA)

The SEC announced on Tuesday that Altaba, the holding company that owns the remnants of Yahoo, must pay a $35 million fine to settle charges that it misled investors over hacking events in 2014. Although Yahoo’s information security team knew about Russian hackers stealing usernames, email addresses, and other key user data, the company never […]

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Governor to allow road signs pointing out national monument

AUGUSTA, Maine — Road signs directing motorists to the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument are going to be installed — eventually — now that Republican Gov. Paul LePage has relented in his opposition to the signs on Interstate 95 and state roads leading to the Mount Katahdin region. The Maine Department of Transportation will […]

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The new Han Solo accidentally revealed he’s signed on for 3 ‘Star Wars’ movies

In an interview with Esquire, “Solo” actor Alden Ehrenreich accidentally revealed he’s signed on for three “Star War” movies. The news is a tad surprising, as an acting coach was reportedly hired during filming on “Solo” to help with Ehrenreich’s performance. Alden Ehrenreich, who plays a young Han Solo in the upcoming “Solo: A Star […]

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Fort Worth gang member to die for killing girl, grandmother

HUNTSVILLE, Texas — Attorneys for a Texas inmate want the U.S. Supreme Court to halt his scheduled execution for the shooting deaths of a 5-year-old girl and her grandmother during a birthday party 10 years ago outside a Fort Worth apartment. Former Fort Worth street gang member Erick Davila is set for lethal injection Wednesday […]

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