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Santa Says | The End | Good Job

TVNewser: Santa took time out of his busy schedule to do an interview with CNBC. TVSpy: NY1?s Tom McDonald is retiring after 44 years. FishbowlDC: If you’re in the mood to see people acting stupid, here is a collection of media and politics selfies. New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

Pedophile Police Officer Arrested Years After His Own Department Failed To Fire Him

A pedophile police officer caught a judge’s attention years after his own department caught him taking “up-skirt” photos of children years ago, and let him keep his job. Nick Lidstone allegedly admitted to a series of sex acts with a young victim over the course of his career. Show More Summary

Entree, entry, or entrée?

Pronunciation sometimes makes the word. If someone has taken a bit part in a movie, one might say she got an "EN-tree-level acting job." But if you say that first job has launched her career, one might say that first job was her "on-TRAY into Hollywood." But is it spelled the same way? Before we get to that, we need...

Big Broadband's Hail Mary To Stop The FCC: Have Congress Pretend To Do Its Job

5 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

As we've clearly stated in the past, having the FCC reclassify broadband as a common carrier under Title II of the Telecommunications Act is not the perfect solution to the net neutrality question, but it's the best of a bunch of bad options. Show More Summary

Jennifer Aniston Returns to the Job She Had Before Acting

Jennifer Aniston eats at the NYC diner where she once worked- US Weekly Amanda Bynes wants to go to USC- TMZ Ryan Sheckler bares all his tattoos for peta2 ad- Just Jared Jr Covert Affairs creators talk that season 5 finale ending- Entertainment Weekly George Clooney’s unsigned petition- Lainey Gossip Kristin Cavallari dishes love advice [...]

I Want Your Job: Yvonne Bambrick, Urban Cycling Consultant

On advocacy, riding in winter, and building a city-wide cycling network. Yvonne Bambrick wears many hats. She’s a founding member of Pedestrian Sundays, the popular series of street closure events in Kensington Market that acts as a showcase for area businesses, musicians, and local colour. Show More Summary

Out Of Pocket: Texas Cop Retires After Being Exposed For Ray Rice Domestic Abuse Rant ‘Act Like A Slore, Get Treated Like A Slore’

“A man can’t hit you in public here? Bulls. You act like a slore, you get treated like one.” A Texas police officer is out of a job after he learned that he would be exposed for making extremely

Lots of Amici Join EEOC in Abercrombie Religious Discrimination Case

In October 2013, the Tenth Circuit determined that Abercrombie & Fitch, the nation's No. 1 purveyor of that weird cologne smell in the mall, didn't violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act when it refused to hire a Muslim job applicant for wearing a hijab in contravention of Abercrombie's......

These 26 crowdfunders win--if the SEC ever does its JOBS Act job

E arlier this week a letter signed by Steve Case, Dave McClure, Ron Conway and 200 other entrepreneurs was sent to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to demand that the regulatory body implement the final components of the crowdfunding...Show More Summary

Paychex: Declining Unemployment, Strong Job Additions To Drive Revenues

We expect to see an increase in Paychex’s checks per client driven by the decline in the unemployment rate to a six-year low. Also, as the deadline for compliance with the Affordable Care Act regulation approaches, Paychex should see an increase in its client base.

Obama's Had a Helluva Good Month Since the Midterms

So how have things been going for our bored, exhausted, and disengaged president? He's been acting pretty enthusiastic, energized, and absorbed with his job, I'd say. Let us count the things he's done since the November 4th midterm elections: November...Show More Summary

Angelina Jolie Says Acting Makes Her ‘Feel Like A Caged Tiger,’ Which Is Why She’s Done It For 20 Years

She's not even talking about the fame or invasion of privacy that comes with the job, just the job itself. More » Angelina Jolie Says Acting Makes Her ‘Feel Like A Caged Tiger,’ Which Is Why She’s Done It For 20 Years is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.

Law School Got Real Unpopular Real Fast

Here's an encouraging statistic: even though law school graduates now have a much better chance of getting a job than they did just a few years ago, the most recent U.S. law school class is the smallest one in 40 years. Are kids actually getting smarter? Read more...

Hungarian PM Receives Chocolates from Union Workers’ Children, Then Votes for Parents to Lose Jobs

Hungary's government monopolized the sale of tobacco goods in 2013, drawing criticism from all sides both for the monopoly and the restriction of the Freedom of Information Act that came with the secretive distribution of sales licenses for the goods. In a second round, Hungarian Parliament voted on Monday, December...

Great Job, Internet!: Watch Kroll Show’s Liz hang out with Seth Rogen and James Franco

In an act of shamelessly fun cross-promotion, Seth Rogen and James Franco have interviewed PubLIZity’s Liz G. (Nick Kroll) for an opportunity to run promotions on The Interview, which opens December 25. Kroll Show (featuring Liz and other Kroll characters) returns for a third season on January 13. Show More Summary

SEC Holding Crowdfunding Hostage

The SEC is blocking small business' access to funding and delaying job creation. Congress passed Title III of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, commonly known as the JOBS Act, in 2012 and ordered the SEC to write rules for its implementation by January 2013. Show More Summary

Good news for the Affordable Care Act in jobs reports

The number of Americans choosing to work part-time increased this year. Photo by Flickr user kelly.sikkema. Editor’s Note: We’ve often lamented the persistently high number of involuntary part-time workers as a sign that the economyShow More Summary

Today in Small Business: The Best Jobs Numbers in Years?

Starbucks plans a new chain of coffee shops for those who thought Starbucks coffee was too inexpensive. Four studies show that the Affordable Care Act is working "incredibly well." And here is how to deal with a toxic employee.

Trent Lott: Senate Should 'Quit Acting Like a Bunch of Chickens'

Thursday at the The Christian Science Monitor Breakfast, former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-MS) said the Senate should “quit acting like a bunch of chickens,” and return to regular order and begin to do it's job of investigating and legislating. Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

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