Paramount Parcels Out David Nevins Turf To Chris McCarthy, George Cheeks And Tom Ryan; CEO Bob Bakish Hails “Invaluable” Run By Departing Exec

Chris McCarthy, Tom Ryan and George Cheeks are all seeing their portfolios expand at Paramount Global after the departure of David Nevins. The chairman and CEO of Paramount Premium Group and Chief Creative Officer of Paramount+ Scripted Series just announced he will step down at the end of the year. Paramount CEO Bob Bakish announced how his turf is being […]

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NIKE Q1 Profit Drops

Athletic-apparel giant NIKE Inc. (NKE) Thursday reported its first-quarter results, with profit dropping from last year, hurt largely by increase in costs. However, earnings trumped Street estimates, driven by revenue growth of 4%. Beaverton, Oregon-based Nike’s first-quarter profit rose to $1.47 billion or $0.93 per share from $1.87 billion or $1.16 per share last year. On average, 23 analysts polled […]

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Inside Hyundai’s car-powered pop-up hotel with stunning views and outdoor cinema | The Sun

THE world’s first car-powered hotel has opened to the public – with all power supplied by electric vehicles for a true off grid experience. Situated in Ongar, Essex, the secluded accommodation is the perfect location for a quiet escape to the countryside. Guests can enjoy a local menu and mixology curated using innovative and sustainable ingredients sourced within Essex, as […]

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Rare look at US Space Force ‘spy telescope’ built to snoop on ‘rogue enemy satellites’ – The Sun | The Sun

THE U.S. Space Force has switched on a brand new spy telescope that's designed to protect against the threat of space attacks. The Space Surveillance Telescope, which is located in Australia, will help military chiefs keep a close eye on Russian and Chinese satellites. Australia's Department of Defence announced that the Space Surveillance Telescope was operational on September 30. "With […]

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Common medical condition that could see you slapped with £1,000 fine behind the wheel – don't get caught out | The Sun

DRIVERS with a common medical condition could be slapped with a £1,000 if they're caught behind the wheel. Officials have wanted motorists must disclose certain conditions or face being slapped with a hefty penalty. Motorists can be fined up to £1,000 for not telling the DVLA about any medical issues that may affect your driving. Anyone living with diabetes is […]

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