STAMFORD, Conn. — A Connecticut teenager who fatally stabbed a man outside a fast-food restaurant during a dispute over spilled coffee has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. The Stamford Advocate reports 17-year-old Marquest Hall was sentenced Tuesday by a judge who called the March 2015 killing of 52-year-old Antonio Muralles “brutal, senseless and...
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- Teen who killed man over spilled McDonald’s coffee gets 20 years
By Associated Press - Tuesday Jul 18, 2017
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Dear John: You are partially right about the attractiveness of telecommuting. Companies have been fleeing Manhattan for decades, often for the benefit of the CEO and his/her commute. Just look around Connecticut, in Greenwich and particularly in Stamford. Fairfield County is home to plenty of Fortune 100 companies. One company, Boardroom, came in the late...
- Rick Steves: Communicate even if you don’t know the lingo
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If I spoke other languages, I undoubtedly would enjoy a deeper understanding of the people and cultures I visit.[...] I manage just fine hurdling the language barrier when it comes to researching and writing guidebooks, leading tours, producing TV shows, and simply enjoying Europe.[...] English speakers can afford to be lazy, because English is the world’s linguistic common denominator.Most information that a traveler must understand — such as road signs, menus, telephone instructions, and safety warnings — is presented either in English or in universal symbols.[...] rest assured that any place trying to separate tourists from their money will always find a way to explain how to spend it.[...] while English may be Europe’s lingua franca, that doesn’t mean everyone you encounter will be fluent — and not everyone will understand American English.Europeans are more accustomed to Brits, who use words like “holiday” (not vacation), “torch” (not flashlight), and “petrol” (not gas).A one-word question (Photo?) is more effective than something more elegant (May I take your picture, sir?).If you’re hungry, clutch your stomach and growl.If the liquor was too strong, simulate an atomic explosion starting from your stomach and mushrooming to your head.The top 10 words in any language — mostly niceties like “please,” “thank you,” and “excuse me” — are more important than the next 200 words combined.Even a rudimentary awareness of the native language wins the respect of those you’ll meet.Vaulting over that pesky language barrier is always worth the leap.Rick Steves writes European travel guidebooks and hosts travel shows on public television and public radio.
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The changes requested by the Third Point hedge fund underscore the idea that legacy food brands must radically shake up their portfolios to remain profitable.
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John Mackey wanted to fight off the activist investors attacking Whole Foods. He found a savior in Amazon, a company blamed for laying waste to retailers.