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Could be tarnishing Kevin Baxter Los Angeles Times Bud Selig has done a lot of good things for baseball: introducing interleague play, the World Baseball Classic, wild-card playoff teams, the use of instant replay and increasing revenue more than 400...
Little Feat's Bill Payne had done just about everything a piano-playing rock 'n' roller (with a side order of Erik Satie and Bill Evans) can do over the last 40 years, except perform a concert under his own name — until last year. At age 63, Payne...
Loss of a dog I read a newspaper every day. No matter what city I am in, I immediately tune into the editorial and op-ed pages. I have read columns from so many diverse writers, Jonah Goldberg to Mike Royko. The column "Losing the gift of best dog ever"...
I was dynamically engaging one of my fellow content marketers in the company brainstorming arena the other day, when I came up with a win-win value proposition for in-house onboarding of new talent to help us velocitize our organic campaigns. It's...
Tags: Rex Huppke
Imagine me walking into a corporate executive's office. Me: How important is trust to the health of your workplace? Executive: Why, it's critical. Awkward pause. Executive: Who are you? And why are you in my office wearing pajamas? Me: I'm...
JPMorgan Chase, one of the nation's largest banks, survived the financial crisis better than most — only to have the $6 billion "London Whale" trading loss last year expose embarrassing flaws in its accounting and risk controls. Influential...
A few weeks ago, the Toronto trio Metz was played a midafternoon gig at the South by Southwest Music Conference in Austin, Texas, with such fury that the welt-inducing performance left me questioning the band members’ physical well-being and sanity....
Hi there, readers. I'd like to talk about your fantasies. Not THOSE fantasies, you pervs. This is a family workplace column. I'm talking about your "quitting fantasies" — the daydreams we have about the most satisfying way to exit a job. Say...
Google's glasses may one day whisper in your ear an old acquaintance's name when you unexpectedly bump into them at a party. Google's car will drive itself in years — not decades. And what if Google's search engine could predict a question you...
Tags: Beijing (China), Eric Schmidt, Fiction, Networking, Google Inc.
Twitterwas launched in 2006, six years after the Bears selected Brian Urlacher with the ninth overall pick in the 2000 draft. Jack Dorsey, the Twitter creator has said the name was chosen because he ran across a definition of the word that was a perfect...
So, job candidate, where do you see yourself in five years? Yes, I know that's the worst interview question ever invented. But what's your answer? What's that? It sounded like you said, "Elsewhere." Oh, that is what you said? In five years you see...
To appreciate Bread & Wine, the 16-month-old restaurant in the Irving Park neighborhood, it helps to be less literal and more observant. For instance, you might be surprised, as I was initially, to discover that the kitchen doesn't set out much bread....
Tags: Wines, Cabbage, Phil Vettel, Rhubarb, Irving Park
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