By Alix Martichoux, SFGATE Published 12:39 pm PDT, Wednesday, April 17, 2019 I tried to go about my day like Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square. Dorsey recently described his daily routine, which involves a whole lot of walking and not a lot of eating. See me struggle through it in the next few pictures. less I tried to go about my day like Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square. Dorsey recently described his daily routine, which involves a whole lot of walking and not a lot of eating. See me struggle through it in ... more Photo: Newspix / Getty Images Photo: Newspix / Getty Images Image 1 of / 35 Caption Close Image 1 of 35 I tried to go about my day like Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square. Dorsey recently described his daily routine, which involves a whole lot … [Read more...] about I tried to live like Jack Dorsey for a day. I immediately regretted it.
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Antonia Noori Farzan, The Washington Post Published 5:30 am PDT, Thursday, April 18, 2019 This April 2019 mugshot provided by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office in Phoenix shows Brenda Acuna-Aguero. Acuna-Aguero and her husband are accused of forcing a day laborer to have sex with her at gunpoint and filming the encounter to extort him. (Maricopa County Sheriff's Office via AP) less This April 2019 mugshot provided by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office in Phoenix shows Brenda Acuna-Aguero. Acuna-Aguero and her husband are accused of forcing a day laborer to have sex with her at gunpoint ... more Photo: AP Photo: AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 This April 2019 mugshot provided by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office in Phoenix shows Brenda Acuna-Aguero. … [Read more...] about A couple held a day laborer at gunpoint to act out a ‘sexual fantasy,’ then sent his wife photos, police say
She may be only 48, but she sure doesn't look like it.First lady Melania Trump sports a body enviable to most, but when it comes to her diet, that slim figure might actually be quite attainable. Some older interviews about her personal life have recently resurfaced, offering the public just a teensy bit of insight into the life of the notoriously "private" FLOTUS.A former model, Melania is of course no stranger to a healthy lifestyle. She strives to eat seven pieces of fruit a day, all of which offer her the vitamins and minerals for her hair and skin. In the morning, her breakfast is made with only "a few ingredients and lots of vitamins in it."Frequently, she'll opt for nutrient-filled smoothie or fiber-rich oatmeal, also choosing to supplement her diet with extra vitamins to benefit her hair and nails. "I take vitamins A, C, and E to keep my skin, hair, and nails healthy," she revealed to Bella NYC in 2011. Water, moisturizer and sleep are also key for Melania's youthful appearance, … [Read more...] about Insiders: This is what Melania Trump really eats in a day
Germany’s Working Hours Act of 1994 stipulates that an employee’s weekday working hours may not exceed eight hours a day. But the eight-hour day has, in fact, a very long history. Here's how it came about. Workers' fight A hundred years ago, businesses and unions agreed for the first time on a maximum working time in Germany. On November 15th, 1918, the Stinnes-Legien Agreement was signed. It was named after the industrialist Hugo Stinnes, and the head of the General Commission of German Unions, Carl Legien. The deal came after a long fight and demands by the workforce. Fears that the November Revolution - civil conflict that resulted in the democratic Weimar Republic forming - could lead to the nationalization of coal mines and steelworks lead businesses to acknowledge the unions as a legitimate representative for workers. They agreed in principle to the eight-hour-day with no loss of pay. But only if the changes were also to come in to play in other industrialized … [Read more...] about 100 years later, Germany calls the 8-hour working day into question
Mick McCabe Special to Detroit Free Press Published 2:58 PM EST Nov 11, 2018 It wasn’t supposed to end this way. Oh, John Herrington knew full well his brilliant coaching career was going to end at the conclusion of this season. The Farmington Hills school board saw to that three years ago when it effectively placed Harrison on death row, designating it as the school that will close, which will happen this June. So yeah, Herrington knew his reign as the only coach in the school’s 49-year history was coming to an end, but it wasn’t supposed to happen Saturday in a Division 4 regional final against Chelsea, especially when the Hawks appeared so close to moving on to the state semifinals. Harrison was clinging to a 14-7 lead when a 12-yard punt gave Chelsea excellent field position, which led to a tying score with 2:07 remaining. But an 18-yard screen pass to Rod Heard got the Hawks moving and they crossed into Chelsea territory, and for a moment, it appeared that … [Read more...] about Farmington Hills Harrison, John Herrington: A day of lasts