Ewert Departure Seen as His Decision, but Firm Ready for Next Chapter

It was Doug Ewert’s choice to leave Tailored Brands, but his departure as chief executive officer is also seen as an opportunity to get some fresh blood into the company.
That was the consensus of the men’s wear community on Wednesday as they continued to digest the surprise news late Tuesday that the longtime leader of the Fremont, Calif.-based company would be exiting at the end of September. Ewert, 54, said after the market closed on Tuesday that he would be retiring after a 23-year career with the men’s wear retailer.
Wall Street was apparently not rattled by the news since the company’s stock rose 4 percent Wednesday to close at $ 23.39.
On Wednesday, Ewert told WWD he would be open to providing more details about his decision and future plans after the company’s earnings are released on Sept. 12.
Coincidentally, the news of Ewert’s impending departure came at the same time Bruce Thorn, president and chief operating officer, said he too would be leaving Tailored Brands. Thorn, 51, has been named president and ceo of Big Lots Inc. He will assume that role at the end of September.
Once both Ewert and Thorn are gone next month, that leaves Tailored Brands without its two

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Pissed Off About Trump’s Transgender Decision? You’re Not Alone.

But the issue is more complicated than people think.

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‘I Won’t Apologize’: Toby Keith Defends His Decision to Perform at Donald Trump’s Inauguration

This article originally appeared on Entertainment Weekly.

Toby Keith is responding to critics of his decision to perform for Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration.

“I don’t apologize for performing for our country or military,” Keith said in a statement to EW. “I performed at events for previous presidents Bush and Obama and over 200 shows in Iraq and Afghanistan for the USO.”

Keith’s performance at a concert at the Lincoln Memorial on Jan. 19 was announced Friday; he will be joined at the “Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration” by 3 Doors Down, Lee Greenwood, Jennifer Holliday, The Piano Guys, and the Frontmen of Country. The Rockettes, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and America’s Got Talent contestant Jackie Evancho are also among those set to perform.

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The hunt for artists willing to perform at the president-elect’s inauguration has been very public, with many artists coming out and saying that they would not participate, including several who have relationships with Trump. Garth Brooks, KISS, Kanye West, Marie Osmond, and R. Kelly are just a few of those who won’t be present on Jan. 20.


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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Big Shakeup Explained: Why One Character Left and Another Made a Major Life Decision

Crazy Ex-GirlfriendCrazy Ex-Girlfriend has never been a show that pulls punches when it comes to flipping things on its head, and it did just that in “When Will Josh and His Friend Leave Me Alone?” when it…

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Revolutionizing Accounting for Decision Making

Revolutionizing Accounting for Decision Making


This book combines multiple disciplines of lean and activity-based costing in a practical, easy-to-use way so that leaders can make informed decisions. Most of my life has been dealing with organizations that are in financial distress. Many financial decisions were based upon information that was technically accurate but simultaneously misleading or deceptive. Unfortunately, organizations are making decisions about selling divisions, shutting down product lines, moving facilities, and disrupting people’s lives without a clear understanding of the accuracy and the importance of those decisions. Individuals and their families have seen lives shattered because of suspect information. As a certified public accountant (CPA), we pride ourselves that our responsibility is to the public. We clearly state in our code of ethics that we have a responsibility to the collective well-being of the people that we serve. That is a daunting responsibility. We also have a responsibility to be objective. Objectivity requires us to be impartial, intellectually honest, and free of conflicts of interest and material bias. The principles of lean, activity-based costing, marketing, strategic planning, and traditional financial reporting are combined using existing systems so that decision-makers can be armed with accurate financial information. Activity-based costing is a process-oriented, systematic approach to attribute cost to the activities for which an organization is engaged to accomplish it strategic mission. An understanding of the organization’s mission is essential for an accurate understanding of the nature of costs. The entire concept of activity based costing and going lean is designed to support the governance responsibilities of management. Our revolutionary approach to accounting for decision making will result in a rethinking of accounting and information system to enable leaders to make more informed decisions.

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Kanye’s Decision to Show Disrupts Designers’ Plans

Kanye West’s show, a last-minute addition to New York Fashion Week on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at noon, is causing headaches for at least one fashion designer. Anne Bowen, who planned to launch her new streetwear collection, Nomad VII by Anne Bowen, at the exact same time, is up in arms and scrambling to reschedule.
Another headache: Naeem Khan is also scheduled to show in Kayne’s new time slot.
Bowen told WWD: “We have been prepping for a year for this at considerable financial, labor and commitment cost to our company. Our show date has been scheduled for months and has been on the Fashion Calendar for weeks. We went through all the proper channels to make this a reality. And just yesterday we learned that Kanye West is having a show at the same time on the same date as ours.”
“Kanye knows he is a media sensation and it is just not ethical to do this. It’s like we are David and he is Goliath. We have put our heart and soul into our show, and should not be stepped on like this,” continued Bowen.
Consequently, Bowen said she has to move her show date to Thursday, Sept. 17 at 12:30 at the

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Stephen Colbert Destroys Dissenting Justices In Same-Sex Marriage Decision

We have a feeling his monologues are going to be pretty great.

Not even into his “Late Show” tenure yet, new host Stephen Colbert can’t wait to dig into the current events and find the funny.

With the landmark 5-4 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday allowing same-sex couples to legally marry in all 50 states, Colbert justifiably tore into the four dissenting justices.

As for which of the judges wrote the dissenting opinion, Colbert said, “I’ll let you guess which ones.” He then broke into a Frankenstein monster impression with an “ARGH, GAY BAD!” thrown in for good measure.

The four judges voting against legalization were Justice Antonin Scalia (gasp!), Chief Justice John Roberts (no!), Justice Clarence Thomas (shock!) and Justice Samuel Alito (what?!).

But Colbert insists the ruling is not great for everyone: “My condolences to gays with commitment issues who are asking their partner IF WE CAN JUST PLEASE TALK ABOUT THIS WHEN I GET HOME FROM WORK TODAY.”

In the end though, it’s great news, even if it took longer than it should have.

“It’s hard to believe that gay Americans achieved full constitutional personhood just five years after corporations did,” said Colbert.

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The SCOTUS Decision That’s Really Good For Mental Health (Hint: It’s Not Obamacare)

The Supreme Court of the United States made a historic ruling on same-sex marriage on Friday, voting 5 to 4 in favor of legalizing all unions. Not only does this allow everyone to marry the person they love, regardless of sexual orientation, but it’s also a step forward for mental health in a community that’s often stigmatized.

The SCOTUS decision is a leap in the right direction — especially when it comes to boosting the mental health of LGBT individuals.

According to the American Psychological Association, marriage boosts psychosocial and mental health due to the moral, social and even economic support extended to married couples in our society — and denial of those rights may impose certain risks when it comes to well-being. A 2012 University of California, Los Angeles study found that psychological distress is lower among gay, lesbian and bisexual couples who are allowed to be legally married, compared with those in unions that are not legally recognized.

In other words, science suggests that letting people marry who they want boosts mental and maybe even physical health.

The UCLA study isn’t the only evidence that champions legalized same-sex marriage for this reason. Around 2004, when state bans on same-sex marriage started to peak, the National Institutes of Mental Health conducted a survey that examined respondents’ mental health. Results showed gay, lesbian or bisexual individuals who lived in states where their unions were banned experienced a notable increase in psychiatric disorders, NPR reported, including mood disorders and alcohol-use disorder.

Additionally, when same-sex marriage laws passed in Massachusetts in 2003, research found that gay men experienced fewer stress-related disorders and lower health care use, suggesting a potential link between the two events.

Social exclusion may also take a toll on mental health, studies show, something the LGBT community has been all too familiar with when it comes to marriage. “It would misunderstand these men and women to say they disrespect the idea of marriage. Their plea is that they do respect it, respect it so deeply that they seek to find its fulfillment for themselves,” Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote in the majority opinion on the ruling. “Their hope is to not be condemned to live in loneliness, excluded from one of civilization’s oldest institutions.”

Fundamentally, love of all kinds contributes to several health perks, including a healthier heart, better mood and even improved longevity. While love doesn’t require marriage, a celebration of love can be viewed as a celebration of this kind of health. Ruling in favor of same-sex marriage also rules in favor of a happy, healthy mind by creating a more inclusive community free from isolation — and that’s something we can all support.

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Decision Select Box Set (How to Be Bad and Festival of Shadows)

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This box set contains both of the groundbreaking Decision Select Novels: How to Be Bad and Festival of Shadows. Buy now to save 20% over buying both books individually! Remember Choose Your Own Adventure novels? Decision Select Novels are for grown-ups. How to Be Bad is about a woman who accidentally makes a deal with a demon, but has to steal the souls of three innocent people to break the contract. Festival of Shadows is about a teddy bear who must rescue his owner from the boogie man. Characters you’ll love. Villains you’ll never forget. Worlds that will expand your imagination. All in the palm of your hand. Here are some other reasons why you’ll love Decision Select Novels: * 3D storytelling. Every decision illuminates a different side of a character that you would not have seen otherwise. * Touch-based decisions. All you have to do is touch the decision you want! * Never lose your way. Each book contains safeguards to ensure that you don’t get lost. * Complex decisions. DS Novels contain unique decision webs that could not be accomplished in print, like a real gameshow. * Every choice counts. Decisions may not make sense immediately, but they will later on. Be the force behind the story, not just a reader. Find out why Decision Select Novels have so many readers excited. Here’s what they’re saying: “I was hooked.” (Festival of Shadows) “There’s lots of action in the book, and your choices really mean something.” (Festival of Shadows) “These characters are all excellently done, from the villain to the protagonist to the extras.” (How to Be Bad) “I believe Michael and his Decision Select Novels hold a tremendous amount of potential.” (How to Be Bad) Are you ready for the new face of interactive fiction? Scroll up to grab your copy of the Decision Select Box Set today!

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Why Eloping Was The Best Decision I Ever Made

The day Wayne asked me to marry him, we planned our wedding in 15 minutes. No, I’m not exaggerating.

“I want whatever you want for a wedding,” said Wayne as we sat on the white couch in my apartment after just taking a timed photo of ourselves to mark the occasion. “But if it were up to me, we’d just go get married. I care about the marriage, not really the ceremony. If I were deciding, which I’m not, we’d just elope.”

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Kim Kardashian Supports Kylie Jenner’s Decision To Get Lip Fillers

Kim Kardashian is showing her support for her younger sister Kylie Jenner.

Days after Jenner revealed she has temporary lip fillers, Kardashian told “Access Hollywood” she stands by her sister’s decision.

“I know people are saying she’s 17 years old, but it’s been an insecurity of hers for years,” Kardashian said. “At 10 and 11 years old she would always say, ‘Kimmy, how come my lips aren’t as big as your guys?’ It’s something that she always was insecure about. So if it’s gonna make her feel better about herself, I’m all for it.”

In the episode of “Keeping up with the Kardashians” in which the fillers are discussed, Kardashian sister Khloe also stood by Jenner.

“Kylie decided to plump her lips. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. I think if you’ve done something, though, it is right to cop up to it,” she said.

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‘Dark Knight Rises’ Murders Hung Over ‘The Interview’ Decision

LOS ANGELES (AP) — When a group claiming credit for the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment threated violence against theaters showing “The Interview” earlier this week, the fate of the movie’s big-screen life was all but sealed.

Even though law enforcement didn’t deem the threats of violence credible at the time, theater owners and Sony undoubtedly considered the 2012 massacre of a dozen people in a Colorado movie theater. That attack came without warning, and at the time there was no precedent for such mass violence against a U.S. movie audience. The theater’s owner contends it could not have foreseen the bloodshed, but it still faces 20 lawsuits over the mass shootings and survivors and victims’ families asserting more should have been done to protect those who went to see a midnight showing of “The Dark Knight Rises.”

Experts say the defense used by Cinemark Holdings, Inc couldn’t be used if violence broke out at a showing of “The Interview.”

“It wasn’t worth the risk,” said Eric Wold, a movie exhibitor analyst with B. Riley & Co.

Despite the legal liability, at least one notable lawyer disagrees with the decision to cancel “The Interview.” President Barack Obama said Friday that it was a mistake for Sony to scrap the film, and he wished executives had consulted with him first.

“We cannot have a society in which some dictatorship someplace can start imposing censorship,” Obama said.

Some Hollywood notables, including actors Rob Lowe, Steve Carrell and director Michael Moore, have also criticized Sony’s decision.

Diplomatic and creative considerations aside, scrapping “The Interview” was not a huge financial consideration for theater owners, who would ultimately be responsible for any lawsuits over violence. The film, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco, was expected to account for less than two percent of fourth quarter earnings for movie theaters, Wold said.

Due to digital projections, theater owners can quickly re-program their screens to show other movies, such as new releases “The Hobbit 3” or “Night at the Museum.” ”It’s the press of a button,” Wold said.

The alternative could have been serious injuries to moviegoers as well as multiple lawsuits if the group calling itself the Guardians of Peace, or a copycat, attacked a cinema, said Jonathan Handel, a lawyer and professor at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law.

“That’s a lot of liability hanging over the theater chain,” Handel said.

He noted that mall owners and other studios had pressured Sony to cancel the Christmas Day release of “The Interview,” which stars Seth Rogen and James Franco. “They don’t want the movie-going experience on Christmas Day to resemble check in at LAX,” he said.

The film features an assassination plot against North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the nation has denounced the movie. The FBI said Friday that it had determined North Korea was responsible for the hacking of Sony’s servers, which resulted in the theft of unreleased films, scripts, financial and medical information on employees and other corporate data.

It was only a matter of hours after hackers threatened massive violence against any theater showing “The Interview” that exhibitors started dropping the film. And no wonder.

“If, God forbid, something happened, they’re the ones who would be responsible for any lack of security or decisions that were made that led to the incident,” said entertainment attorney Uri Fleming of the firm Kleinberg Lange Cuddy & Carlo.

Sony cited the theater owners’ decision to drop the film as the reason for its pulling of the movie.

“Without theaters, we could not release it in the theaters on Christmas Day. We had no choice,” the company wrote in a statement. Sony said it was looking for alternative distribution channels for the film.

It remains unclear how a jury will perceive the case against Cinemark, which operated the Aurora, Colo., theater that James Holmes attacked in July 2012 during a midnight screening of the final installment of the latest Batman trilogy.

In court filings, lawyers for victims of the shooting have noted that Cinemark deployed extra security at some of its midnight “Dark Knight Rises” screenings and had employed a security firm to assess the risk of a drug cartel attacking a theater along the U.S.-Mexico border.

In an August ruling rejecting a motion by Cinemark to throw out the Aurora victims’ suits, U.S. District Court Judge R. Brooke Jackson wrote that whether the company could have been expected to deploy extra security without a threat against its theaters “is not an easy question to answer.”

However, the judge noted that moviegoers are especially vulnerable to attack.

“Although theaters had theretofore been spared a mass shooting incident, the patrons of a movie theater are, perhaps even more than students in a school or shoppers in a mall, ‘sitting ducks,'” Jackson wrote.

Fleming, the entertainment attorney, said Sony and the theater chains are unlikely to face any significant repercussions from pulling “The Interview.”

“Business relationships are the glue that bind (Hollywood),” he said.

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Hollywood Slams Decision To Cancel ‘The Interview’

(Reuters) – Hollywood filmmakers and actors voiced outrage on Wednesday after Sony Pictures pulled the release of North Korea parody “The Interview,” following threats from hackers who waged a massive cyberattack on the movie studio.

Actors Ben Stiller, Steve Carell, Rob Lowe, late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel and filmmaker Judd Apatow, all friends of “The Interview” stars Seth Rogen and James Franco, criticized the decision made by movie theaters and Sony.

Lowe, who has a cameo in the film, tweeted “Wow. Everyone caved. The hackers won. An utter and complete victory for them.”

Raunchy satire “The Interview” follows a hapless TV host (Franco) and producer (Rogen) who score an interview with the elusive North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and are recruited by the CIA to assassinate him.

Sony Pictures canceled the film’s Dec. 25 release as major U.S. theater chains decided to postpone screenings after hackers forced an apparently unprecedented change of plans for a major movie release.

Kimmel, writing on Twitter, called the decision “an un-American act of cowardice that validates terrorist actions and sets a terrifying precedent.”

Stiller, who directed and starred in 2001’s “Zoolander”, about a male fashion model brainwashed to assassinate a fictional prime minister of Malaysia, called “The Interview” cancellation “a threat to freedom of expression.”

Carell, who has starred alongside Rogen in numerous comedies, said “Sad day for creative expression,” with the hashtag #feareatsthesoul.

Both Carell and Stiller also tweeted pictures of Charlie Chaplin playing his Adolf Hitler parody in 1940 film “The Great Dictator.”

Franco and Rogen, who directed, produced and wrote “The Interview” with filmmaking partner Evan Goldberg, did not make any public statements on Wednesday.

A U.S. government source said investigators had determined North Korea was behind last month’s cyber attack on Sony Corp’s movie studio, leaking documents that drew global headlines.

One Texas cinema chain, Alamo Drafthouse, said early on Wednesday it planned to show “The Interview”, even as other theaters bailed.

When Sony pulled “The Interview,” the chain said it would screen at its Dallas-Fort Worth theater the 2004 puppet-comedy “Team America: World Police” in which a U.S. paramilitary force tries to foil a plot by then-North Korean leader Kim Jong Il.

Sony said it had no plans to release “The Interview” on DVD, video-on-demand or online streaming platforms, despite support of the idea from fans on social media.

(Additional reporting by Eric Kelsey and Lisa Richwine; Editing by Clarence Fernandez)
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Split Second Decision ll Apprehended

Split Second Decision ll Apprehended


A once botched abduction comes to fruition after a plane crash that supposedly took, Douglas, Anita’s father’s life. Anita is abducted from her home and is coerced into taking her father’s place in defending her mortal enemy Dante. He (Dante) holds Carolyn (her best friend) ransom for his insurance that she gets him a ‘not guilty’ verdict as has been done in the past by her father. Dante takes Anita on a field trip to show her his true business dealings – to which he is so proud of. She experiences his way of life that no one should ever see. She witnessed his barbaric, brutal and torturous ways of how he acquires orphaned children. How he forces his captives to live in horrid conditions and what happens when he pillages a village. She sees how he mentally prepares and challenges young boys to become the best soldiers in his command through elimination tournaments, and how he trains and molds young girls to bring the best value on the black market for his efforts. Her heart aches for those who suffer the pain and destruction he leaves in his wake. But the worst part of what she witnesses is how he uses and abuses her best friend and what happens to the Caucasians girls before entering the world of the black market. How is she supposed to accomplish such a feat after seeing such heinous crimes?

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Zondervan 06909X All In – You Are One Decision Away From A Totally Different Life

Zondervan 06909X All In – You Are One Decision Away From A Totally Different Life

The Gospel costs nothing. You can't earn it or buy it. It can only be received as a free gift compliments of God's grace. It doesn't cost anything but it demands everything. It demands that we go 'all in ' a term that simply means placing all that you have into God's hands. Pushing it all in. And that's where we get stuck—spiritual no man's land. We're afraid that if we go all in that we might miss out on what this life has to offer. It's not true. The only thing you'll miss out on is everything God has to offer. And the good news is this – if you don't hold out on God God won't hold out on you. Readers will find Batterson's writing filled with his customary vivid contemporary illustrations as well as biblical characters like Shamgar and Elisha and Jonathan and. Judas.

No one has ever sacrificed anything for God. If you always get back more than you gave up have you sacrificed anything at all? The eternal reward always outweighs the temporal sacrifice. At the end of the day our greatest regret will be whatever we didn't gives back to God. What we didn't push back across the table to Him. Eternity will reveal that holding out is losing out.

The message of All In is simple: if Jesus is not Lord of all then Jesus is not Lord at all. It's all or nothing. It's now or never. Kneeling at the foot of cross of Christ and surrendering to His Lordship is a radical act of dethroning yourself and enthroning Christ as King. It's also an act of disowning yourself. Nothing belongs to you. Not even you.

Batterson writes "For many years I thought I was following Jesus. I wasn't. I had invited Jesus to follow me. I call it inverted Christianity. And it's a subtle form of selfishness that masquerades as spirituality. That's when I sold out and bought in. When did we start believing that the gospel is an insurance plan?
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The Last Decision You'll Ever Make: A Groom's Survival Guide

The Last Decision You'll Ever Make: A Groom's Survival Guide


From bridezillas and wedding planners to mother-in-laws, bad bridesmaids, and clueless best men—at last, a laugh-a-minute survival guide for men about the pitfalls and pleasures of getting marriedIn this wedding survival guide written by a man for other men, the reader will find no references to your special day and no floral motifs—this book offers sensible and realistic advice while providing belly laughs and wry insights into the terror and wonder of the last decision you''ll ever make. Using hilarious quotes from films, books, and TV shows, the guide provides a serious groom''s-eye view of everything from the proposal to out-of-control mothers-in-law to feral best men. A wedding is about you and your partner, your friends and family, and fun times, not silver-gilded wedding programs and bonbonniere (don''t ask). Enjoying the wedding process is about perspective, good humor, and not taking the whole production too seriously. So sit back, learn a bit about wedding stuff as well as your bride and what she''s going through, and have a few laughs along the way.
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The Last Decision You’ll Ever Make: A Groom’s Survival Guide

The Last Decision You’ll Ever Make: A Groom’s Survival Guide


From bridezillas and wedding planners to mother-in-laws, bad bridesmaids, and clueless best men–at last, a laugh-a-minute survival guide for men about the pitfalls and pleasures of getting married In this wedding survival guide written by a man for other men, the reader will find no references to "your special day" and no floral motifs–this book offers sensible and realistic advice while providing belly laughs and wry insights into the terror and wonder of the last decision you’ll ever make. Using hilarious quotes from films, books, and TV shows, the guide provides a serious groom’s-eye view of everything from the proposal to out-of-control mothers-in-law to feral best men. A wedding is about you and your partner, your friends and family, and fun times, not silver-gilded wedding programs and bonbonniere (don’t ask). Enjoying the wedding process is about perspective, good humor, and not taking the whole production too seriously. So sit back, learn a bit about wedding stuff as well as your bride and what she’s going through, and have a few laughs along the way.
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