New York is becoming a cultural center for young women trying to disrupt the male-dominated industries of design engineering and sex toys.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
MARCH 26, 2013
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - AMERICAN BLUE SKY CULTURAL IMMERSION LLC
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- American Express and Delta Offer Advances on Travel Miles
By Barry Bridges - Monday Sep 18, 2017
You’ve heard of Buy Now, Pay Later? Some American Express-Delta cardmembers have the option to Fly Now, Earn Later. The Fly Now, Earn Later feature lets you use travel miles you haven’t yet earned, effectively giving you an advance on travel rewards. It’s available to holders of select co-branded American Express-Delta credit cards, such as the Blue Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express and the Gold Delta SkyMiles® Business Credit Card from American Express. How does it work? To ...
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- Toronto Film Festival spotlight: "Woman Walks Ahead"
Wednesday Sep 13, 2017
Actors Jessica Chastain and Michael Greyeyes tell MarketWatch how they immersed in Native American culture for their new film.
- Internet cheers American hero Joey Chestnut for eating 72 hot dogs
By Shishira Sreenivas - Tuesday Jul 4, 2017
American hero and competitive eater Joey Chestnut just won Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest for the 10th time by scarfing down 72 (!) hot dogs.
The annual event, held on Coney Island, N.Y., requires participants to eat as many hot dogs as possible in a 10-minute period.
Chestnut originally aimed to finish 80 hot dogs—10 more than last year—but still earned the top title with 72.More about Hot Dogs, Espn, Joey Chestnut, Nathan S, and Entertainment
- Fox’s $15 Billion Takeover of UK Broadcaster Sky Halted for 6-Month Investigation
By Tony Maglio, provided by
- Tuesday Sep 12, 2017
Not so fast, Fox. The American company’s attempted takeover of British broadcaster Sky will now have to wait for the findings of a 6-month regulatory investigation.“I have the power to make a reference if I believe there is a risk — which is not purely fanciful — that the merger might operate against the specified public interests,” U.K. Culture Secretary Karen Bradley said Tuesday in front of Parliament, per the BBC.Basically, Bradley is concerned that Rupert Murdoch owning 61 percent of Sky could give him too much sway overseas. Currently, his 21st Century Fox owns 39 percent of the company — but it wants way more.
- Is Fox Counting Out John Cena’s ‘American Grit’? ‘Obviously, the Ratings Were Not Great,’ CEO Says
By Tony Maglio, provided by
- Tuesday Aug 8, 2017
Is Fox Counting Out John Cena’s ‘American Grit’? ‘Obviously, the Ratings Were Not Great,’ CEO SaysFox loves being in business with John Cena, co-chairman and CEO Gary Newman told TheWrap on Tuesday — so it’s a shame TV viewers don’t seem to hold their “American Grit” series in such esteem.“We really have not sat down and talked about the future of it,” Newman said of “Grit” during an interview at the Television Critics Association press tour.In addition to “Big Match” John’s large-as-life presence, Newman also said he likes the series’ “blue skies” setting, as well as the format’s competition aspects.Read original story Is Fox Counting Out John Cena’s ‘American Grit’? ‘Obviously, the Ratings Were Not Great,’ CEO Says At TheWrap