February 19, 2021


Jeffrey Katzenberg’s Quibi takes shot at billionaire’s personal life

Quibi, the defunct streaming service founded by Hollywood mogul Jeffrey Katzenberg, wants to know whether Elliott Management’s financing of a patent lawsuit against it was motivated by a personal relationship between the hedge fund’s billionaire founder and a top executive.

In a brief filed late Thursday, Quibi questioned a romantic relationship between Paul Singer, Elliott’s founder and chief executive, and a coworker whose son is employed by Eko, the interactive-video company claiming trade-secret theft by Quibi.

“Elliott’s motivation for involvement in the lawsuit appears personal,” the filing said.

Quibi lawyers in Los Angeles federal court filing demanded access to communications

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Lamar Jackson’s Personal Coach Discusses His Offseason Plan

The work on improving Jackson’s accuracy when throwing outside the numbers will continue, along with emphasis on the mental aspects of playing quarterback. As they review tape of Jackson’s 2020 season, Harris and Jackson will discuss the various coverages he faced and why he made certain reads correctly or incorrectly.

Opposing teams spend many hours trying to devise ways to contain Jackson, and he will be searching for new ways to counter those tactics. Jackson can make game-changing plays with both his arm and his legs, and Harris wants to help Jackson anticipate where different defensive schemes will be most

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Understanding How Your Personal Life Affects You In The Workplace

Dr. Dawn Brown is a Child/Adult Psychiatrist and Serial Entrepreneur. She’s the CEO/Owner of ADHD Wellness Center & Mental Healthletics™.

Even before the world began to work from home, separating the problems of home from the problems of work has always been a challenge.

Perhaps a commute to clear your mind of your personal troubles can help, but personal emotions don’t shut off the moment you enter the workplace. You can’t stop worrying about a family member if there’s trouble, getting excited if you have something fun that evening, or feeling sad about something that’s just happened in your

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3 Principles for Personal Branding Success

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The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged and changed the way business works, perhaps forever. But one thing that hasn’t changed is the importance of how your clients and potential clients view your achievements, your personality, your approach and quality of your work.

Your personal brand (the sum total of the above and other factors) remains as

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World Travel, Personal Stories, Witty Tips

Accomplished globetrotter, chef, author and TV host Anthony Bourdain died in 2018, yet his heartfelt, soul-stirring travel stories live on, continuing to inform and inspire. Now a posthumous new Bourdain book — World Travel: An Irreverent Guide — hits bookstores on April 20, 2021. Published by Ecco (an imprint of HarperCollins), World Travel is available for preorder now. As Bourdain began brainstorming the manuscript, Laurie Woolever, his assistant and friend for almost a decade, signed on as co-author. After Bourdain’s untimely death, Woolever skillfully stitched together his unique words and wisdoms, perceptions and notions, acid wit and

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Proposed Colorado law would protect undocumented immigrants’ personal information

DENVER – During the current legislative session, Colorado lawmakers will introduce a bill that would limit state departments from sharing personal information with federal immigration authorities without a warrant or order signed by a judge.

“Over a year ago, Senator Julie Gonzales introduced this legislative effort to essentially put layers of protections in place for our personal information that’s being held by the state government,” said the director of policy and civil rights litigation for the Meyer Law Office, Arash Jahanian.

Jahanian who also worked on the bill, told Denver7 when Coloradans share information with the government in exchange for

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