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A Kazakh dirty-money suit threatens to reach Trump’s business world – McClatchy Washington Bureau

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

The net is closing around a duo of fugitive oligarchs and their kin accused of laundering Kazakh money in posh U.S. real estate — including Trump Organization properties. In a complicated case with potential implications for President Donald Trump’s business empire and associates of the real-estate-developer-turned-president, Switzerland has revealed it is considering an extradition request from Ukraine to hand over the son of a former Kazakh energy minister — and…

Is Miami on the runway to being a capital of fashion? – Miami Herald

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Quick, rattle off the capitals of fashion. Milan, check. Paris, New York, London, check, check, check. Miami … Miami? No, the Magic City isn’t a fashion metropolis, but the CEO of the upcoming Miami Fashion Week believes Miami could one day be mentioned in the same breath as the others. And for one week, at least, it will be a capital as Miami Fashion Week kicks off on Wednesday, opening…

Rich People Don’t Want Ivanka Trump’s Fashion – Bloomberg

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

At a T.J. Maxx discount shop in the shadow of New York’s Queensboro bridge, there’s little sign of Ivanka Trump’s fashion label. But she’s there. Dangling next to a bright red Fossil handbag is a single, blush-leather Ivanka Trump satchel. A flip of the tag reveals a $129 price, about the same as the other bags on the rack. Spread among the jumble are items by Guess? Inc., Nine West Group Inc., Steve Madden Ltd., and even…

Ellen DeGeneres’ Favorite Fashion Moment Was in This Dress – E! Online

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

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How To Take Your Fashion Business Direct-To-Consumer And Succeed In The Digital Era – Forbes

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Shutterstock In the past decade, “fast fashion” retailers have dominated the retail industry, giving birth to some of the most recognizable and profitable brands today like H&M, Zara and Forever 21. But now, the fast fashion industry is at a point where retailers are struggling to maintain growth: Many powerhouses are experiencing weaker sales, while smaller, U.S.-based brands, like those in the Los Angeles Fashion District, are being wiped out…

Australia’s Real Estate Boom Has Wall Street Wooing a Newspaper Publisher – New York Times

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

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Wikitribune Sets Out to Practice Evidence-Based Journalism – InfoToday.com

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales (along with collaborators Lawrence Lessig, Guy Kawasaki, Jeff Jarvis, and Lily Cole) is attempting to attack the problem of fake news by starting his own journalism outfit. With high-level advisors for the presidential administration famously confused about the nature of truth, with social media acting as a platform for the viral spread of hearsay and conspiracy theories, and with more and more Americans accessing fewer and…

Windows shattered and suspected bullet damage found at Kentucky newspaper office – Miami Herald

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Several windows were shattered at the main office of the Lexington Herald-Leader newspaper in downtown Lexington, amid suspected signs of small-caliber bullet damage to the building. The Herald-Leader filed a report on the damage with Lexington Police, who were at the building investigating early Monday morning. Exterior windows were damaged on the first-, second- and third-level banks of windows of the press room on the Midland Avenue side of the…

Kentucky Newspaper’s Windows Shattered Amid Rising Anti-Press … – HuffPost

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Police believe the damage is consistent with small-caliber bullet fire. No one was hurt in the incident, and authorities are investigating it as criminal mischief, the Herald-Leader reported.

Rich People Don’t Want Ivanka Trump’s Fashion – Bloomberg

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

At a T.J. Maxx discount shop in the shadow of New York’s Queensboro bridge, there’s little sign of Ivanka Trump’s fashion label. But she’s there. Dangling next to a bright red Fossil handbag is a single, blush-leather Ivanka Trump satchel. A flip of the tag reveals a $129 price, about the same as the other bags on the rack. Spread among the jumble are items by Guess? Inc., Nine West Group Inc., Steve Madden Ltd., and even…

Rich People Don’t Want Ivanka Trump’s Fashion – Bloomberg

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

At a T.J. Maxx discount shop in the shadow of New York’s Queensboro bridge, there’s little sign of Ivanka Trump’s fashion label. But she’s there. Dangling next to a bright red Fossil handbag is a single, blush-leather Ivanka Trump satchel. A flip of the tag reveals a $129 price, about the same as the other bags on the rack. Spread among the jumble are items by Guess? Inc., Nine West Group Inc., Steve Madden Ltd., and even…

Rich People Don’t Want Ivanka Trump’s Fashion – Bloomberg

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

At a T.J. Maxx discount shop in the shadow of New York’s Queensboro bridge, there’s little sign of Ivanka Trump’s fashion label. But she’s there. Dangling next to a bright red Fossil handbag is a single, blush-leather Ivanka Trump satchel. A flip of the tag reveals a $129 price, about the same as the other bags on the rack. Spread among the jumble are items by Guess? Inc., Nine West Group Inc., Steve Madden Ltd., and even…

Rich People Don’t Want Ivanka Trump’s Fashion – Bloomberg

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

At a T.J. Maxx discount shop in the shadow of New York’s Queensboro bridge, there’s little sign of Ivanka Trump’s fashion label. But she’s there. Dangling next to a bright red Fossil handbag is a single, blush-leather Ivanka Trump satchel. A flip of the tag reveals a $129 price, about the same as the other bags on the rack. Spread among the jumble are items by Guess? Inc., Nine West Group Inc., Steve Madden Ltd., and even…

Denver Post editor: Sportswriter’s tweet doesn’t reflect our values – Poynter (blog)

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

A Denver Post sportswriter’s observation that a Japanese driver’s Indy 500 victory made him “very uncomfortable” is not keeping with the values of that newspaper, Editor Lee Ann Colacioppo told Poynter in an email. “Terry Frei’s tweet does not reflect the standards and values of The Denver Post,” she wrote. “We are treating this as a personnel issue and have no further comment at this time.” On Sunday, Denver Post…

Kentucky Newspaper’s Windows Shattered Amid Rising Anti-Press Climate – HuffPost

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Police believe the damage is consistent with small-caliber bullet fire. No one was hurt in the incident, and authorities are investigating it as criminal mischief, the Herald-Leader reported.

Bullet damage suspected in Ky. newspaper vandalism – The Hill (blog)

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Lexington police are investigating vandalism at the Lexington Herald-Leader newspaper office, where several windows were broken or shattered Sunday. There were suspected signs of small-caliber bullet damage, according to an article in the Herald-Leader. The vandalization occurred at a time in which the press has become a frequent verbal target in Washington. Publisher Rufus M. Friday said the Herald-Leader is taking immediate steps to increase security. “The safety and security of…

THIGH-HIGH BOOTS – The Weekly Review

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

5 winter fashion style tips 10 fashion trends you need to know about. Autumn 2017 edition 20 Aussie fashion bloggers to follow in Instagram TRENDING UP THIGH-HIGH BOOTS Testament to fashion’s knack for hosting polar opposite trends simultaneously #1: thigh-high boots (e.g.,tony Bianco’s Dimity) are roaring up the charts while tiddly bootlets also fire on all cylinders. tonybianco.com.au Tony Bianco Dimity thigh-high boots, modelled by Charlee Fraser. tonybianco.com.au. Photo: Supplied…

Denver Post editor: Sportswriter’s tweet doesn’t reflect our values – Poynter (blog)

Monday, May 29, 2017

A Denver Post sportswriter’s observation that a Japanese driver’s Indy 500 victory made him “very uncomfortable” is not keeping with the values of that newspaper, Editor Lee Ann Colacioppo told Poynter in an email. “Terry Frei’s tweet does not reflect the standards and values of The Denver Post,” she wrote. “We are treating this as a personnel issue and have no further comment at this time.” On Sunday, Denver Post…

How Frank Deford changed sports journalism – For The Win

Monday, May 29, 2017

Frank Deford had one of those careers that kids in journalism school could point to and say, “I want to do that.” He was an iconic sports writer, editor, novelist and commentator. He won pretty much every award you could win as a sports writer, won them for long-form features and columns and books and documentaries and talking on the radio. He was even awarded a National Humanities Medal by then-president Barack Obama….