It’s been a really difficult year for celebrity deaths and Geoff Edwards is the latest star to be laid to rest. The game show host legend succumbed to complications from pneumonia and died at 83 years of age at the St. John’s HealthShow More Summary
Geoff Edwards, the beloved 1970s and 1980s host of game shows such as Jackpot! and two incarnations of Treasure Hunt, passed away Wednesday at St. John’s hospital in Santa Monica. He was 83 years old. Edwards was also well known as a...Show More Summary
The veteran TV game show host, actor and radio personality died today of pneumonia at St. John’s Health Center in Santa Monica. Geoff Edwards was 83. He hosted a series of game shows from the 1970s into the early ’90s, including Jackpot!,...Show More Summary
The National Enquirer, the same magazine that broke the news on John Edwards’ love child, reports there is a $500 million plot out there to destroy Hillary Clinton. Author Marinka Peschmann claims Hillary Clinton of ordering the government’s attack on … Continue reading ?
Public Storage (PSA) Q4 2013 Earnings Call February 21, 2014 1:00 pm ET Executives Clemente Teng - Vice President of Investor Services Ronald L. Havner - Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President Edward John Reyes - Chief Financial...Show More Summary
John Edwards writes: “Given the discussion on your site late last week about the appropriateness of the word ‘fart’ in headlines, I thought you might find this obituary amusing.” Excerpts: Molson’s stock price fell sharply on the news of Bill Eves’ passing. Senior executives at Molson called an emergency meeting to brace for the impact … Read More
The country's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman wonders why the Secretary of State didn't mention N.S.A leaker Edward Snowden during his talk with dissenting bloggers. read more
BEIJING (Reuters) - China criticized U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday for his "naive" call for more Internet freedom in the country, and wondered why his discussion with Chinese bloggers had not touched upon Edward Snowd...
MetLife (MET) Q4 2013 Earnings Call February 13, 2014 8:00 am ET Executives Edward A. Spehar - Head of Investor Relations Steven A. Kandarian - Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President and Chairman of Executive Committee John C. R. Show More Summary
It appears David Moyes will have to continue his search for a big midfield superstar after Arturo Vidal pledged his future to Juventus, per John Edwards of The Mail Online. Edwards reports that despite the 26-year-old Chilean machine...Show More Summary
Edward Snowden should properly be regarded by American conservatives as the 21st century’s John Brown.
Education Management (EDMC) Q2 2014 Earnings Call February 06, 2014 9:00 am ET Executives John Iannone Edward H. West - Chief Executive Officer, President and Director Mick J. Beekhuizen - Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President Analysts Jason P. Show More Summary
John Hempton at Bronte Capital (see his blogs here) is going to some lengths to stir up a scandal concerning letters that were authored (or not authored, as it were) by U.S. Senator Edward Markey. In the letters (sent to the SEC and other government agencies), Senator Markey seeks information about a company called Herbalife, […]
POWER COUPLE: State Sen. John Edwards, with President Barack Obama, is positioned to be the most powerful lawmaker in the Virginia Senate. By Kenric Ward | Watchdog.org Virginia Bureau RICHMOND, Va. — In what Republicans called “a Virginia version of Harry Reid‘s nuclear option,” Democrats invoked new rules giving them control of all state Senate... Show More Summary
Edward Snowden, you know, the fellow who tried to tell us all that he was a special forces soldier, until we found out that he never even graduated basic training thinks that he’s being targeted by James Bond or John Clarke or some other fictional character from literature, says Reuters; “There are significant threats but […]
On Thursday, House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) stopped by NBC's The Tonight Show to chat with host and reviled coup d'état leader Jay Leno. They discussed Chris Christie, Edward Snowden, Boehner's occasional role as House "Gestapo," and the GOP-led government shutdown. Show More Summary
Former Virginia governor and Republican presidential hopeful Bob McDonnell tried to argue, in response to a fourteen-count federal felony indictment Tuesday, that he had done no worse than President Barack Obama in helping his donors. Show More Summary
The "P" word has been buried for decades - yes, John Edwards brought it up in the 2008 elections, but who wants to remember him? - as we have preferred to skirt around acknowledging its very existence and the searing impact it has on our nation. Show More Summary
The National Enquirer did break the John Edwards affair story, so they do have a little credibility on this topic. However, you have to wonder who their source is that’s feeding them this juicy gossip on the Obamas? Under the headline...Show More Summary