All the Way Related Shows Tony-nominated All the Way star Bryan Cranston might be new to the world of theater, but he’s now a part of Broadway history! The stage and screen star was welcomed to the theater community by legendary restaurant Sardi’s, who surprised him with his very own portrait on their famous wall. The Breaking Bad fave is currently channeling President Lyndon B. Johnson in Bill Rauch’s new political drama All the Way at the Neil Simon Theatre. Check out the star’s likeness at Sardi’s, see his performance on Broadway, then find out if he takes home the Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Play on June 8! Star Files Show Closed This production ended its run on June 29, 2014 View Comments Bryan Cranston
Cameroon international striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting has joined a growing list of players from the African nation snubbing a call-up to the Cup of Nations tournament.The striker’s German club Schalke 04 said on Tuesday that the 27-year-old had “pulled out of the Cameroon national squad and will not play at the CAN”.Choupo-Moting will instead join Schalke at their training camp in the Spanish seaside resort of Benidorm from January 4.Schalke added that Algeria midfielder Nabil Bentaleb and Ghana defender Baba Rahman will however compete for their respective countries in the tournament in Gabon from January 14 to February 5.Several players called up by Cameroon coach Hugo Broos in his 35-strong squad have turned down the offer including Lille defensive midfielder Ibrahim Amadou and Liverpool defender Joel Matip.Four-time champions Cameroon will host the next African continental tournament in 2019.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
“Real football people appreciate what he (Wenger) has done. He is a proper football man, he lives and breathes it, he’s dedicated to his job and his sport.“I’d probably wish it hadn’t been announced before this weekend but most people appreciate Arsene and what he has done in football. I respect him for what a good football man he is.”West Ham are not yet completely safe from the threat of relegation and, with Arsenal playing Atletico Madrid in the first leg of a Europa League semi-final just four days after Sunday’s game, Moyes hopes Wenger may rest a few key players in order to bolster his hopes of European glory.“I think we have seen a few teams change around, even because of the FA Cup, a lot of the Premier League teams alter,” added Moyes.“In the race to be in the top four I don’t know anyone who wants to lose at all, but maybe Arsene sees the Europa League as the priority.”Share on: WhatsApp West ham Boss David Moyes warns Wenger’s successorLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | David Moyes knows better than most the perils of succeeding a long-serving and successful manager so when the West Ham boss is well aware of the pitfalls that could await whoever succeeds Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.Veteran Gunners boss Wenger announced on Friday he would be leaving Arsenal after nearly 22 years in charge, with the 68-year-old Frenchman having won three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups with the north Londoners.Moyes was the man chosen to take over from Alex Ferguson at Manchester United following his fellow Scottish manager’s 26 trophy-laden years at Old Trafford.But the former Everton boss lasted just 10 months before he was sacked.Now in charge at West Ham, Moyes will take the Hammers across London to face Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday.“It’s never easy when you follow great managers at great clubs,” said Moyes. “It’ll be tough for whoever takes the job.“It’s been an incredible achievement for him to be the job that long — as it was for Sir Alex Ferguson. I thought I did well with 11 years at Everton.
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – Film fans will be able to sit under the stars Sunday n ight to see a selection of “short-short” films of no more than 2 minutes during the FilmOneFst.The film festival was originally scheduled for Saturday night but organizers have postponed it until the Sunday night rain date because of strong storms forecast for the area.In the event of rain or high winds on Sunday, the festival will be held at the Charles Hesse Parish Hall, 55 South Ave.The awards ceremony, slated for 11 a.m. Sunday, will take place at that time.This free town-wide celebration of film has become an exciting exhibition of the art of filmmaking and a must-attend event at the shore. Filmmakers from around the world and across the country are showcased on a giant outdoor screen.FilmOneFest begins at 7 p.m. in the municipal harbor, with artists and craftspeople exhibiting and demonstrating their creations. Stilt-walkers, face-painters, and clowns will be present for the children to enjoy. Live music provided by the Matt Wade Band, and local restaurants will offer dishes for all tastes.Admission and parking are free. Audience members may bring their own lawn chairs and blankets. A limited number of premium seats are available to purchase at FilmOneFest.This program is sponsored by the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council and is made possible in part by the Monmouth County Arts Council through funding from the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, the County Historical Commission, and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National.
3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… Tags:#Alfresco#Box#collaboration#Documentum#ECM#enterprise content management Related Posts IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… There is perhaps no person less likely to start and run an enterprise software company than Box co-founder and CEO Aaron Levie. Which is perhaps the reason he’s so well-qualified to disrupt the traditional enterprise content management market.He simply didn’t know any better.As Levie noted in a recent interview, Box has “benefited from our ignorance about the category.” Venture capitalists are often inclined to pour money into entrepreneurs who have been there, done that. But in the case of Levie, who has now raised $284 million, they’ve been betting big on an entrepreneur who doesn’t fit anyone’s profile of an enterprise software executive, and who had no previous experience with enterprise content management.But that, as Levie informs us, is precisely the point:“Assume you’ve never seen a Magic Quadrant or Forrester Wave and you just built a tool that was explicitly trying to solve a particular problem which, in our case, was ‘How do I share content with N number of people?’ Had we known the market we probably would have built something that conformed to existing models, but instead we built a product that prioritizes simplicity and ease-of-use. This has turned into a classic ‘innovator’s dilemma’: a simple approach is much easier to build upon than it is to add simplicity to the complex products already out there. Along the way, the industry has turned around and redefined content management to include what we do.”Solving A Different ProblemLevie, in other words, wasn’t trying to solve an “Enterprise Content Management” problem. He and co-founder Dylan Smith were simply trying to make it easy to share content with each other, and any other number of others. This is a sound approach. Had Box set out to build a better Documentum, then the dominant vendor in the ECM market, it would have had to architect to solve the complex business processes that Documentum sets out to solve, and would have been much more complex as a result. As Levie stresses, if you start from that complex but feature-rich baseline, “It’s far harder to add in simple use cases after the fact. Such solutions start hard and then can’t do easy.”So is Box content to be a lightweight, as it were? The simple-but-weak content collaboration tool that gets used for collaboration but not the “hard” ECM problems that meatier solutions tackle? This may be the wrong way to look at things, according to Levie. He reveals that Box is constantly debating this, with former EMC Documentum CMO Whitney Tidmarsh ironically advocating that Box not go down the ECM feature-function path. It seems, however, that Box is more focused on embracing a significantly changing market than chasing old markets and legacy definitions of necessary feature sets:“We know that a deep drug application process, for example, is still going to be better served by a Documentum or Alfresco, although we are seeing a different slice of those same businesses move to Box. Fundamentally, driven by mobile devices, these brand-new use cases–regulated and unregulated–have arisen, driven by helping as many people as possible access content through mobile. Investment banks, pharmas, etc. are some of our biggest, most recent customers.”Looking AheadThese new use cases are driven by less-structured workflows, though they retain some structure. Box, in sum, needn’t replicate the functionality of yesterday when its aim is the applications and workflows of tomorrow.Not that this is going to be easy. As Box competitor and Alfresco evangelist Jeff Potts highlights, “As consumer-grade tools move to enterprise, deployment options become an issue. [They c]an’t be all cloud right now.” It’s a valid point but, again, may slightly miss the mark. As ReadWrite has reported before, Box is driving 100% revenue growth, selling into 92% of the Fortune 500, with over 140,000 companies among its users. Maybe all these companies are using Box for lightweight business requirements, but if so, I doubt Levie is complaining. Box has built a horizontal platform that hits a content collaboration nerve across disparate industries. That’s a great position to be in, especially as Box is now embracing industry-specific solutions, driven by specialized partnerships and go-to-market programs for 10 vertical industries. The core product will remain the same, but through these add-ons Box will become an even better solution for different verticals. That’s the goal for 2013: enter these industries in a big way.If Levie has no clue what he’s in for, that’s for the best. Ignorance of the ECM market and its challenges seems to have served him well up until now. Hence, when he says that “This whole ecosystem is going to explode going into 2013. The enterprise will be far more interesting than consumer in 2013,” it’s hard not to give him the benefit of the doubt. Image Courtesy of Shutterstock. Matt Asay
Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. The match was very close with both fighters trading strong punches in the first round. But that was until the taller Thai felt Suarez’s power and started using his longer arms to fend off the Filipino attacks.Bautista, the defending champion, lost steam against Tanes Ong Junta of Thailand to yield another unanimous decision. LATEST STORIES Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students PLAY LIST 01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses PH duo enter semis in squash women’s doubles “It was tough, Very tough. He took the fight to me,” said Marvin, who is making his debut for the national team after serving in the British Army team.Fernandez had Nat Siek Nin of Cambodia under control the whole time, using his vaunted punching might that saw his foe getting a standing eight count.But tainting their wins were the defeats suffered by Ian Clark Bautista in flyweight and two-time champ Charly Suarez in light welter.“It’s not my time. I give it to him,” said Suarez, visibly upset over the split decision loss to Wuttichai Masuk of Thailand.ADVERTISEMENT Read Next Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC SEA Games: PH’s Alisson Perticheto tops ice skating short program “I want a clear victory. I want to avenge my teammates who lost here by questionable decisions,” said Marcial in Filipino.Mario Fernandez and John Nobel Tupas Marvin also turned in convincing decision wins in bantamweight and light heavyweight categories, respectively.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief MOST READ KUALA LUMPUR—The Philippines sent three boxers to the finals, led by a spectacular stoppage win by an emotional Eumir Felix Marcial in the middleweight division Tuesday night in the Southeast Asian Games.Marcial didn’t hide his tears when he faced reporters after stopping Malaysia’s Indran AlRama Krishnan in the first round using his pet left hand.ADVERTISEMENT LIST: Class, gov’t work suspensions during 30th SEA Games WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Tupas via UD pic.twitter.com/Wt8ixxEtOG— Marc Anthony Reyes (@marcreyesINQ) August 22, 2017 UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games View comments
Twitter/@UConnWe haven’t quite reached the post-season in college basketball, but the bold bettor can now put down money on 58 different teams to win the upcoming NCAA Tournament. As one would expect, Kentucky is a heavy favorite at even odds, while Duke, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Virginia round out the top five. If you believe heavily in recent tournament history, defending national champion UConn is down at 150/1. Memphis, Minnesota, and Vanderbilt share the highest available odds at 1000/1 each. Here is the full list, via Bovada.
TORONTO – Thomson Reuters (TSX:TRI) will spend about US$100 million to house its new technology hub at a Toronto complex that’s being built for occupation in 2021.The multinational information services company has agreed to lease all of the office space at the new Duncan House to be built at 19 Duncan Street.The multi-use complex will be able to house up to 1,500 employees for the Thomson Reuters technology hub, which was announced last year.Thomson Reuters said a year ago that it would move some corporate functions to Toronto and tap into the city’s burgeoning technology expertise.It currently expects to have hired up to 200 people this year and another 200 by the end of 2018, to be housed at the centre’s temporary Toronto site.The US$100-million commitment announced Wednesday includes both capital investments and a 12-year lease starting when occupancy begins.Allied Properties REIT (TSX:AP.UN) and Westbank have begun construction of a new building that will integrate a heritage structure.Besides about 146,000 square feet of office space, to be leased by Thomson Reuters, the complex will have retail space and 462 rental residential units.
CALGARY — TransCanada Corp. is changing its name to TC Energy.The pipeline and utilities company says the change better reflects the scope of its operations across North America.TransCanada chief executive Russ Girling says TC Energy “clearly articulates” the company’s business which includes pipelines, power generation and energy storage operations in Canada, the United States and Mexico.Read the full report hereTransCanada shareholders will be asked to approve the change at the company’s next annual meeting.The company says it plans to continue trading under TRP on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges. Companies in this story: (TSX:TRP)The Canadian Press