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Walter Mondale, who transformed the role of the vice president during Jimmy Carter’s one-term presidency, yet suffered a crushing political defeat as the Democratic nominee against incumbent Ronald Reagan in 1984, has died. He was 93. Mondale, often called by his nickname “Fritz,” died Monday in Minneapolis, his family said in a statement. No cause
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Twelve of Europe’s leading football clubs have agreed to establish a Super League, it has been announced. A statement said: “AC Milan, Arsenal, Atlético Madrid, Chelsea, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Juventus, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur have all joined as Founding Clubs. “It is anticipated that a further three clubs will
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UPDATE, with video of David Graham-Caso: Tina Schen, president and CEO of the Time’s Up Foundation, added her voice today to those calling for producer Scott Rudin to release employees from prior non-disclosure agreements. “First and foremost, we owe a debt of gratitude to the brave employees who came forward with allegations of workplace bullying
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Casting professionals who are also actors have been banned from running for elected office at SAG-AFTRA. The ruling came down today at a meeting of the union’s national board of directors. Deemed “management,” casting professionals are now also barred from serving as members of SAG-AFTRA negotiating committees, and as delegates to the union’s biennial conventions.
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The founder of Revolut is plotting a new fundraising that will value the company at more than $10bn (£7.2bn) and cement his status as one of Europe’s youngest fintech billionaires. Sky News has learnt that the digital lender is lining up FT Partners, the US-based fintech-focused investment bank, to advise it on a new equity-raise
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Actors’ Equity Association is calling on producer Scott Rudin, who “stepped back” from his Broadway productions today in response to allegations of workplace abuse, to release employees from nondisclosure agreements. The Equity statement was issued shortly after Rudin announced today that he would relinquish “active participation” in his Broadway productions to “others from the Broadway
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EXCLUSIVE: Australian theatrical distribution company Moving Story Entertainment has acquired a significant minority interest in Chaiflicks, the young streaming service launched by Neil Friedman and Heidi Bogin Oshin, who run Menemsha Films, and Bill Weiner, a former senior executive at New Regency. The deal expands Chaiflicks SVOD service beyond North American to Australia and New Zealand for
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EXCLUSIVE: Oscar-nominated Brazilian filmmaker Carlos Saldanha has signed with Range Media Partners. Saldanha is one of the principle creative forces behind the Ice Age and Rio franchises during his time at Blue Sky Studios, where his films grossed over $2 billion at box offices worldwide. He is a two-time Academy Award nominee, first for the animated short Gone
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