Tuesday, November 6, 2007

News Roll Call

Citi Is A MessForbes - Citigroup has confirmed what the markets had widely feared: things are worse than they looked at the end of September. The bank is taking another $8 billion to $11 billion hit to revenues because of “significant” declines in the $55 billion or so in US ...

Charles Prince has lost his job. 8-11 billion and he is CEO no more. They are just dropping like flies aren't they. Hmmm, everything is just catching up and someone has to pay.

H&R Block CFO steps downBusinessWeek - L. Trubeck's resignation is effective immediately, though he will serve as a consultant through December. Becky S. Shulman, senior vice president and treasurer, was named acting chief financial officer.

Another one bites the dust.

Soap star is named new 'Knight Rider'New York Daily News -"All My Children" actor Justin Bruening has landed the lead role in NBC's upcoming "Knight Rider" movie. Bruening will play the son of Michael Knight, David Hasselhoff's character in the original 1980s series.

Oprah Breaks Silence on School ScandalE! Online - As the woman at the center of the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls' sexual abuse scandal appeared in a South African court Monday to face 13 charges brought against her, the talk-show maven pleaded her own case to the world's ...

Doggone: Now A&E axes 'Dog' rerunsMedia Life Magazine - First the network suspended production of new episodes of Duane “Dog” Chapman’s “Dog the Bounty Hunter” following the reality star’s racially offensive comments leaked to The National Enquirer last week.

He will be back. They have not said that they are cancelling the show, so just like Imus is coming back, so will he. The only lesson he would have learned is to keep his mouth shut and do not even trust family.

Nude or Not, Hudgens Back for "HSM 3"TMZ.com - Despite her nude pictures being passed around the Internet, teen queen Vanessa Hudgens will back for the third installment of the Disney powerhouse, "High School Musical

Oprah Takes the TubeE! Online - The multimedia maven has added another medium to her résumé, this time her very own YouTube channel. She'll formally announce the new venture on Tuesday's episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show, when her guests will include YouTube ...

She is leaving no stone unturned. I do not even know why she bothers. She should really just start her own Internet called Oprahnet. Seriously LOL.
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