Marissa Mayer and Rick Smith, ex-CEOs of companies plagued by billions of breached accounts, say they're sorry. But they're still looking for solutions.
Last week, Michael Irvin made fun of his NFL Network colleague Steve Smith’s pants on live TV, and Smith was not pleased about it. The former Pro Bowl receiver and noted straight-shooter responded, unsmiling: “When I come to L.A., I’ma whoop your ass.” We still don’t know whether he was kidding. Show More Summary
After last Thursday’s night game that featured the Dolphins and Ravens, hall of fame wide receiver Michael Irvin couldn’t help but to notice the clothes Steve Smith Sr. was rocking so he took a couple shots at him on air. That resulted in Smith threatening to whoop his ass several times and he didn’t crack […]
Apple’s VP of inclusion and diversity, Denise Young Smith, made an appearance this week at the One Young World Summit in Colombia and caught fire for some of the statements she made. According to TechCrunch, however, the Apple executive has apologized to employees for her choice of words… more…
Apple VP of Inclusion and Diversity Denise Young Smith on Friday issued an internal memo to clarify and apologize for comments made during a business summit last week, reiterating that Apple is committed to creating an inclusive and diverse workplace.
Apple’s Denise Young Smith sent an apology to team members at Apple today over comments she made at the One Young World Summit in Bogotá, Colombia. “Last week, while attending a summit in Bogota, I made some comments as part of a conversation...Show More Summary
Equifax's former CEO Richard Smith and Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan both said "sorry" for the harm their companies have inflicted on consumers. But lawmakers scolded them in two different hearings.
Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith appeared before a House committee on Tuesday to testify about the data breach that has now impacted Americans. He apologized for the company's mistakes and talked about how its taking steps to prevent the same issue from happening again. … Click to Continue »
Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith says the company let Americans down as human error allowed massive data breach ahead of House testimony
Former CEO of Equifax says the company was entrusted with personal information of 140 million Americans and "we let them down" as human error allowed massive data breach.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The former chairman and CEO of Equifax is apologizing for a data breach in which the sensitive information of 140 million Americans was stolen. In prepared congressional testimony, Richard F. Smith says the millions...Show More Summary
It feels like a lifetime ago that Brad Pitt left Jennifer Aniston to pursue a scandalous romance with his Mr. & Mrs. Smith co-star, Angelina Jolie. In case you recently emerged from a decade-long coma, it didn't work out, and Pitt and...Show More Summary
The Chasing Amy director is sorry for bringing up Affleck's 20-year-old remark that kissing a man was his "greatest acting challenge."
Director Kevin Smith went on Facebook Live last night to apologize to Ben Affleck for a story he told at Outfest over the weekend which was picked up by media and distorted. The story was about Smith’s direction of Affleck in Chasing Amy… Read The post Kevin Smith Apologizes to Ben Affleck for Gay Kiss Story: ‘I Feel Terrible’ — WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
It’s not often Stephen A. Smith has to retract and apologize for anything he says, but on Friday, he had to do just that after he used Lamar Odom’s crack addiction to make a point about Phil Jackson. A letter from Lamar Odom’s lawyer, tweeted Friday by Odom with the hashtag “#slander,” ripped ESPN and […]
Judge Judy‘s son Adam Levy finally won $150,000 and a public apology in a nasty defamation lawsuit, RadarOnline.com has learned. Putman County Sheriff Don Smith claimed Levy, the county’s former District Attorney, housed and protected personal trainer Alexandru Hossu, an undocumented Romanian immigrant who was arrested and later acquitted for child rape in 2014. “These Read More
With the considerable help of Kevin Durant, the Warriors settled a score with the Cavaliers on Monday by winning the NBA championship. Durant’s mother Wanda got her own victory the next day, wringing an apology out of Stephen A. Smith — with the considerable help of a boisterous, pro-Warriors audience on the set of “First Take.” […]
"If I had a mic, I would drop it."
“If I had a mic, I would drop it.”
Embed from Getty Images—By Graham GremoreAnt Smith has a smaller than average penis and he’s not apologizing for it.Smith recently appeared on the U.K. talk show This Morning to discuss his unusually small member, which measures just...Show More Summary