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A sculpture of NBA great Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna “Gigi” Bryant was brought on Wednesday to the helicopter crash site where they perished alongside seven others on a hillside near Los Angeles two years ago. The 160-pound bronze statue depicts the pair wearing basketball uniforms and sharing a loving glance as Gigi holds Kobe’s hand as it rests on her shoulder. Sculptor Dan Medina was on hand to greet fans who made the 1.3-mile (2.1-km) hike to pay their respects to the sports legend. A man takes pictures of a temporary statue placed by Los Angeles sculptor Dan Medina to honor the anniversary of the deaths of Kobe and Gigi Bryant along with seven other passengers where their helicopter crashed two years ago today in Calabasas, Calif., on Jan. 26, 2021. Gigi was 13 at the time of the crash, which occurred as they were headed to a youth basketball tournament.
Persons: Kobe Bryant, Gianna “ Gigi ” Bryant, Gigi, Dan Medina, , Gigi Bryant, David Swanson, Nicole Szuch, , Bryant, Kareem Abdul, Jabbar, Vanessa Organizations: Reuters “, NBC, Los Angeles Lakers, ” Lakers Locations: Los Angeles, Medina, , Angeles, Kobe, Calabasas , Calif, Woodland
According to a Reuters survey of economists, GDP growth likely increased at a 5.5% annualized rate last quarter. The strong retail inventory accumulation led economists, including those at JPMorgan, to raise their GDP growth estimates to as high as to a 7.5% rate. ALL ABOUT INVENTORIESInventory investment is expected to have accounted for the bulk of the increase in GDP growth in the fourth quarter. Excluding inventories, GDP growth likely increased at a rate of about 2.5%. Trade was probably a drag on GDP growth for a sixth straight quarter, while the housing market likely regained its footing after contracting for two consecutive quarters.
Persons: Richa Naidu, Jan, Joe Biden's, Jerome Powell, Sung Won Sohn, Biden, Ryan Sweet, Sam Bullard, Lucia Mutikani, Andrea Ricci Organizations: ABT Electronics, REUTERS, WASHINGTON, Omicron, Reuters.com, Loyola Marymount University, Fed, JPMorgan, U.S . Congress, Labor Department, Thomson Locations: Glenview , Illinois, U.S, Los Angeles, West Chester , Pennsylvania, Wells, Charlotte , North Carolina
Singer/songwriter Neil Young performs during a concert honoring singer/songwriter Willie Nelson, recipient of the Library of Congress' Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, in Washington November 18, 2015. "We regret Neil's decision to remove his music from Spotify, but hope to welcome him back soon," Spotify said in a statement. Rogan, 54, is the host of "The Joe Rogan Experience," the top-rated podcast on Spotify, which holds exclusive rights to the program. Young, 76, said Spotify accounted for 60% of the streaming of his music to listeners around the world. The removal is "a huge loss for my record company to absorb," he said.
Persons: Singer, Neil Young, Willie Nelson, Joshua Roberts Jan, Neil Young's, Joe Rogan's, Young, Rogan, Joe Rogan, Lisa Richwine, Dawn Chmielewski, Yuvraj Malik, Devika Syamnath, Alistair Bell Organizations: of Congress, REUTERS, Warner Music Group, Spotify, Thomson Locations: Washington, Swedish, Los Angeles, Bengaluru
A 555.55 carat black diamond named The Enigma is pictured before being auctioned at Sotheby's in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., January 26, 2022. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniBEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Jan 26 (Reuters) - A black diamond weighing a staggering 555.55 carats is going up for auction at Sotheby's and living up to its name "The Enigma." Sotheby's said it is the largest faceted Fancy Black Diamond known to ever appear at auction and was listed as the largest cut diamond in the world in the 2006 Guinness Book of World Records. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterAlso known as a carbonado diamond, it is possible the black diamond came from outer space. The diamond, which was exhibited in Dubai last week, was shown in Beverly Hills this week before heading back to London for the auction.
Persons: Mario, Jan, Sotheby's, Aaron Celestian, Celestian, Rollo Ross, Karishma Singh, Sandra Maler Organizations: REUTERS, World Records, Central African, of Los, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Beverly Hills , California, U.S, HILLS, Calif, Sotheby's, Brazil, Central African Republic, of Los Angeles, Dubai, Beverly Hills, London
A U.S. Coast Guard vessel is seen from the open hatch of an HC-144 Ocean Sentry aircraft during a patrol mission, in the Florida Straits, July 17, 2021. REUTERS/Marco BelloMIAMI, Jan 26 (Reuters) - The U.S. Coast Guard has intercepted 191 Haitian migrants aboard an overloaded sailing vessel off the Bahamas that was believed to be headed for Florida, U.S. officials said on Wednesday, a day after the encounter. The Haitians were taken aboard two Coast Guard vessels on Tuesday to be given food, water and basic medical attention, and will ultimately be returned to the Bahamas and repatriated to their country of origin, a Coast Guard spokesman, Petty Officer Jose Hernandez, told Reuters. The Coast Guard said the nationalities of the vessel from Bimini, which lies just 50 miles east of Miami, have yet to be determined. The Coast Guard said it has rescued more than 800 Haitians since October, on top of 3,900 picked up at sea over the five previous years.
Persons: Marco Bello MIAMI, Jan, Jose Hernandez, David Steele, Brian Ellsworth, Steve Gorman, Sandra Maler, Simon Cameron, Moore Organizations: U.S . Coast Guard, HC, Sentry, Florida Straits, REUTERS, Guard, Coast Guard, Reuters, U.S, Embassy, Thomson Locations: Florida, Bahamas, U.S, Caribbean, Haiti, Bimini, Miami, Los Angeles
Beauty brand Glossier just laid off more than 80 corporate employees. CEO Emily Weiss said in an internal email that Glossier "got ahead of ourselves on hiring." Glossier, which launched in 2014 off the back of Weiss' beauty blog, Into the Gloss, became known as social media's favorite beauty brand. Weiss was credited for turning traditional beauty retail on its head by cracking the code for selling makeup directly to consumers through social-media channels. However, the brand has come under increased pressure as new players entered the market and the beauty sector becomes more crowded.
Persons: Emily Weiss, Glossier, Weiss Organizations: Service, Modern Retail, of Fashion Locations: New York, Los Angeles, LA, Seattle, London
ABB acquires controlling stake in InCharge Energy
  + stars: | 2022-01-27 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
An ABB Group EV charger is seen next to a Proterra Catalyst BE35 electric bus at an L.A. City Transportation Department (LADOT) DASH transit bus maintenance facility in downtown Los Angeles, California, U.S., August 21, 2021. REUTERS/Bing GuanZURICH, Jan 27 (Reuters) - ABB (ABBN.S) said on Thursday it had acquired a controlling interest in U.S-based InCharge Energy, which specializes in electric vehicle (EV) commercial charging infrastructure. Founded in 2018 and based in California, InCharge Energy has around 50 employees and is active in the United States and Canada. "Together with InCharge Energy and its service-centric customer approach, we are ideally positioned to benefit from the significant future growth of the U.S. EV market," Frank Muehlon, president of ABB's E-mobility Division, said in a statement. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterWriting by Paul Carrel Editing by Miranda MurrayOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Bing Guan ZURICH, Jan, Frank Muehlon, ABB's, Paul Carrel, Miranda Murray Organizations: ABB, City Transportation Department, REUTERS, Bing, Energy, InCharge Energy, U.S, EV, Thomson Locations: Los Angeles , California, U.S, California, United States, Canada
Hybrid gaming startup PortalOne has raised $60 million in a round led by Tiger Global. The company has hosted more than 200 live shows for its gaming product since September. PortalOne, a startup that combines live TV shows with interactive games, has raised $60 million in a round led by investing giant Tiger Global. The hybrid gaming startup, which was founded in 2018 by brothers Stig Olav Kasin and Bård Anders Kasin, allows players to compete for prizes in its virtual reality Arcade offering. Intriguingly, the founder of crypto-based gaming company Axie Infinity and fellow Norwegian Aleksander Larsen backed the round too amid a boom in token based gaming products.
Persons: PortalOne, Stig Olav Kasin, Bård Anders Kasin, Scooter Braun, Aleksander Larsen, Kasin Organizations: Tiger Global, Tiger, Atari, TQ Ventures, Temasek, Connect Ventures, Animoca Brands, Access Industries, Nordstar, Socii, Gaming Locations: Oslo, Los Angeles, Norway
Pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report to team sites in the middle of next month, and spring training games start Feb. 26. Rather than limiting the playoff field to 10 teams, MLB invited in 16 teams in 2020. The MLB Players Association prefers to have 12 teams. The players' pool combines gate receipts from all postseason games and includes a 60% take from the first four games of the World Series. Conway said a revised postseason format would bring excitement to MLB as "fans, customers, commercial sponsors, love more meaningful games."
Persons: Cody Bellinger, Louis, Tommy Edman, Conway, haven't, Marty Conway, Barry Bonds, Robert D, Manfred Jr, Tony Clark, Freddie Freeman, Carlos Correa, Rob Manfred, they're Organizations: Los Angeles Dodgers, Louis Cardinals, Dodger, Georgetown University, MLB Players, MLB, of Fame, Major League, Major League Baseball, Major League Baseball Players, Team USA, Team Puerto Rico, Wednesday, Atlanta Braves, Houston Astros, Tampa Bay Rays, League, American League and National League, CNBC, National League, American League, NBA Locations: New York, Cooperstown, Los Angeles , California, Arizona, Florida
A Southern California high school acknowledged Tuesday that one of its students uttered “inappropriate and inflammatory racist” taunts during a boys basketball game last week. The ugly scenes unfolded Friday during a game between the Laguna Hills HS Hawks and visiting Portola HS Bulldogs from nearby Irvine in southern Orange County. "Inappropriate and inflammatory racist comments were made by an attendee during the game," schools Superintendent Crystal Turner said in a statement. Irvine Unified School District spokeswoman Annie Brown said "the racist comments" uttered at Friday's game were "unacceptable and appalling." Laguna Hills HS had 10 Black students out of 1,462 last year, so less than seven-tenths of a percent.
Persons: Crystal Turner, Annie Brown, Brown, Turner Organizations: Southern, Laguna Hills HS Hawks, Portola HS Bulldogs, Unified School District, Irvine Unified School District, Portola High School, NBC News, YouTube, Portola, NBC, HS, California Department of Education, Saddleback Valley Unified School District Locations: Southern California, Portola, Irvine, Orange County, Saddleback, Laguna, NBC Los Angeles, Laguna Hills, U.S
“RuPaul’s Drag Race” season 14 may have just started a few weeks ago, but already a handful of divas have won the hearts of fans. ‘Definable titans of who we are’Premiering in 2009, “RuPaul’s Drag Race” quickly became not only one of the most successful pieces of queer pop culture in the 21st century, but it has also captivated the heterosexual zeitgeist as well. That collective even includes pop star Ariana Grande, who slid into the DMs of Colby and Pill after the season 14 premiere episode. The Los Angeles-based queen had started her transition only a few months prior to filming “Drag Race,” but because she wasn’t out to her family about her decision, she was more guarded on sharing her experience on the show. I’m still a thug, don’t try me ... but I do have emotions and I do have feelings.”“I was pretty close to quitting drag,” Pill explained.
Persons: ” Kerri Colby, “ They’re, ’ ” Colby, Willow, Jeté, RuPaul, Kerri Colby, RPDR, Ariana Grande, Pill, , it’d, don’t, I’m, ” Colby, Kerri, can’t, Colby, “ It’s, Gottmik, Gia Gunn, Kylie Sonique Love —, Love, “ We’ve, you’re, , There’s, It’s, ’ ” Jeté, she’s, there’s, ” Jeté, Chicago —, genderfluid —, we’ll, they’re, “ I’ve, That’s, ” It’s, You’re, Organizations: VH1, Colby, National Kidney Foundation, NBC News, NBC, Twitter, Facebook Locations: United Kingdom, Thailand, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Canada, Dallas, Los Angeles, Denver , Colorado, Chicago, Jeté
Vachik Mangassarian, a character actor who appeared on "NCIS: Los Angeles" and "The Mentalist" has died of Covid-19 complications, according to his manager. Mangassarian was vaccinated, his manager Valerie McCaffrey told NBC News. McCaffrey didn't offer a comment on the posts beyond saying Tuesday: "Just be aware, Vachik had a sense of humor." The Iran-born Armenian actor moved to the United States at age 23 and worked as a waiter in Los Angeles while immersing himself into the entertainment scene. His other TV credits include “The Mentalist,” “JAG,” “NYPD Blue" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
Persons: Vachik, Mangassarian, Valerie McCaffrey, Joe Biden, McCaffrey didn't, Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Organizations: NBC News, Facebook, Armenian National Network Locations: Angeles, Iran, United States, Los Angeles, Armenia, , U.S
With at-home Covid-19 testing kits beginning to arrive in Americans’ mailboxes nationwide, people who test positive for Covid and at high risk for severe illness may want to seek out two newly authorized antiviral pills that have been shown to cut the risk of hospitalization or death. "It certainly isn't like every person who gets one of these [over-the-counter] tests and, if they test positive, should start trying to get one of these meds." A positive testA positive Covid test is required before a health care provider can consider prescribing the pills. You’re positive. A full course of Pfizer’s treatment is a total of 30 pills, taken three pills twice daily for five days.
Persons: Kurt Proctor, William Schaffner, Molnupiravir, David Boulware, Paxlovid, you've, Boulware, Roy Nwaisser, Carlos del Rio, Katherine Yang, Yang Organizations: omicron, Pfizer, Merck, U.S, The, of Health, Human Services, National Community Pharmacists Association, FDA, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, National Institutes of Health, University of Minnesota Medical, Emory University School of Medicine, UCSF Health, Pharmacists, nirmatrelvir, NBC, Twitter, Facebook Locations: United States, Nashville , Tennessee, Clark County , Nevada, New York, U.S, Los Angeles
Activist Legion Partners returned 35% in 2021
  + stars: | 2022-01-26 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
BOSTON, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Activist investment firm Legion Partners, which last year was part of a group that settled for three board seats at retailer Kohl's Corp (KSS.N), told clients that its fund returned nearly 35% after fees in 2021, two sources said. Legion had reached a settlement with the company in 2019 to add a director to the board and had been working behind the scenes. Legion's 2021 returns beat the benchmark HFRI Activist Index' 19% return, as record setting market gains helped investors. More than 44% of all the directors Legion has helped place on boards have been women. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterReporting by Svea Herbst-Bayliss; Editing by Bernard OrrOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Jan, Legion, Christopher Kiper, Ted White, Svea Herbst, Bayliss, Bernard Orr Organizations: BOSTON, Legion Partners, Kohl's Corp, Vonage Holdings Corp, Svea, Thomson Locations: Los Angeles
In the hills of Southern California, he had his first interaction with the monastery's founder: Thich Nhat Hanh. Martin Luther King Jr. at a news conference with Thich Nhat Hanh in Chicago on May 31, 1966. Edward Kitch / AP file“He helped me heal,” Phap Dung said.Referring to Thich Nhat Hanh fondly as “teacher,” Phap Dung remembers those lessons in cups of tea and in the pauses he takes throughout the day. It was a concept that impressed civil rights activists including Martin Luther King Jr., who nominated Nhat Hanh for a Nobel Peace Prize after the two met in 1966. When they sat for a meal, often a bowl of rice with bamboo shoots plucked from his garden, he said Thich Nhat Hanh was fully present.
Persons: Brother Chan Phap Dung, Nhat Hanh, Phap Dung, you’re, , Nhat, , Funie Hsu, Dung, Martin Luther King Jr, Edward Kitch, ” Melvin McLeod, ” Hsu, what’s, ” McLeod Organizations: Plum Village, San Jose State University, Columbia University Locations: France, Vietnam, U.S, digestible, Los Angeles, Deer, Southern California, Nhat Hanh, Chicago
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) gestures during her weekly news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. January 13, 2022. Like other Congressional lawmakers, Pelosi is legally required to file disclosures of her stock trades. That was the latest push to ban stock trading by lawmakers after Pelosi in December defended their rights to trade. In a reversal, Pelosi last week signaled her willingness to potentially advance legislation that could ban stock trading by lawmakers. The Justice Department ended investigations of stock trades by at least three senators ahead of the 2020 market slump, caused by the coronavirus pandemic, without filing charges.
Persons: Nancy Pelosi, Jonathan Ernst Jan, Nancy, Pelosi, Paul Pelosi, Sahak Manuelian, Austin Scott, Noel Randewich, Ira Iosebashvili, Michelle Price, Kenneth Maxwell Our Organizations: Capitol, REUTERS, Pelosi, Twitter, GameStop, Reuters.com, Companies, Apple, Microsoft, Big Tech, Wedbush Securities, Micron Technology, Republican, Justice Department, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, U.S, Wall, Los Angeles
The Activision booth is shown at the E3 2017 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, California, U.S. June 13, 2017. REUTERS/ Mike Blake/File PhotoSAN FRANCISCO, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Activision Blizzard (ATVI.O) said on Tuesday that it was unable to reach agreement with the Communications Workers of America as the union seeks recognition of a unit at its Raven studio. The U.S. video game company said in a statement that it expects the CWA to file a petition with U.S. National Labor Relations Board for a union election at the studio. Microsoft announced its plans to acquire Activision last week. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterReporting by Julia Love; Editing by Sandra MalerOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Mike Blake, Jan, Julia Love, Sandra Maler Organizations: Activision, REUTERS, FRANCISCO, Communications Workers of America, CWA, U.S . National Labor Relations Board, Microsoft, Thomson Locations: Los Angeles , California, U.S
A Microsoft logo is seen next to a cloud in Los Angeles, California, U.S. on June 14, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/File PhotoNEW YORK, Jan 26 (Reuters) - After a brief scare, Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) reassured tech investors late on Tuesday that the enterprise internet cloud business category has plenty of room to grow. Shares of the software and services giant sank as much as 6% on Tuesday after it reported less-than-stellar growth in its cloud business. The numbers for the quarter ended December played on tech investors' fears that growth in the cloud business - among the strongest in tech industry segments - was decelerating. Projected Azure growth validates the strength of the business and the sustainability of all cloud growth, Moerdler said.
Persons: Lucy Nicholson, David Wagner, Brent Thill, Amy Hood, Mark Moerdler, Bernstein, Moerdler, Danielle Kaye, Jane Lanhee Lee, Nivedita Balu, Peter Henderson, Kenneth Maxwell Our Organizations: Microsoft, REUTERS, Microsoft Corp, Aptus Capital Advisors, Jefferies, Nasdaq, Amazon.com Inc, Google, Thomson Locations: Los Angeles , California, U.S, Wall
Spotify has posted job advertisements for producers to work on Harry and Meghan's podcast. The postings said the podcast with Archewell Audio will feature voices of high-profile women. It has been more than a year since Harry and Meghan released their first podcast episode. The included one for a senior contract producer and one for a contract producer, both for full-time, six-month contract positions based in Los Angeles, The Times reported. The senior contract producer will be involved in "every step of the show including development, research, and producing episodes," per the advert.
Persons: Harry, Meghan, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's, James Corden, Sir Elton John Organizations: Spotify, Archewell, Service, The Times, ITV News Locations: Los Angeles
The slow rollout of Kanye West's Yeezy Gap brand is reportedly causing frustration at Gap. Sources familiar with the matter told the FT that West has the final say on the collection. Two sources with knowledge of the business told the Financial Times that the company is becoming frustrated at the rate at which the Yeezy Gap collection has been rolled out. When the collaboration was announced in June 2020, Gap said that the first Yeezy Gap pieces would launch in 2020, followed by a full collection of apparel and accessories in 2021. According to the FT, West has the final say over the collection.
Persons: Kanye, Mickey Drexler –, , Drexler, Neil Saunders Organizations: Service, Financial Times, West, Adidas, Forbes, Retail, Yahoo Finance Locations: West, Cody , Wyoming, Atlanta, Los Angeles
Donald Trump suggested that global supply chain issues hadn't existed under his administration. Supply chain issues have stressed US industries and contributed to widespread goods shortages in recent months. There were also myriad supply chain issues tied to the COVID-19 pandemic when Trump was in the White House, and he frequently acknowledged this at the time. Trump sought to use pandemic supply chain issues to make the case for increasing domestic manufacturing. There were also major supply chain issues regarding medical supplies and equipment under Trump.
Persons: Donald Trump, Lou Dobbs, Dobbs, Trump, Joe Biden, We've, Scott Paul Organizations: Global, Service, America, Walmart, FedEx, JPMorgan, Jefferies, Census Bureau, Trump, Alliance for American Manufacturing, New York Times, DPA Locations: United States, Los Angeles, Long, Wall
The percentage of seats filled on Broadway was up last week, but overall box office grosses fell, as some of the industry’s softest shows closed and the survivors reduced prices. According to figures released Wednesday by the Broadway League, 75 percent of all seats on Broadway were occupied during the week that ended Jan. 23. That’s up from 66 percent the week ending Jan. 16, and 62 percent the week ending Jan. 9, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a toll on the industry and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant makes this winter especially challenging. Average attendance is still far below what it was in January 2020, before the coronavirus pandemic, when between 93 percent and 95 percent of seats were occupied. The overall number of people who saw a Broadway show last week (152,135) was down from the previous week (162,566), as shows continue to close — there were 21 shows open last week, down from 25 the previous week.
Persons: grosses Organizations: Broadway, Broadway League Locations: Los Angeles
Anti-vaccine activists are comparing the Holocaust to COVID-19 vaccine mandates and pandemic restrictions. As a survivor, Salter said, seeing anti-vaccine activists wearing concentration camp uniforms and yellow stars makes her "blood boil." Combat Antisemitism Movement"You have to understand that we are still here," she told Insider. Now, living in Los Angeles, she said she finds it "extremely, extremely disturbing" that lawmakers, anti-vaccine activists, and TV personalities are so often comparing the Holocaust to COVID-19 vaccine mandates. The group's chief executive officer Sacha Roytman Dratwa told Insider the situation is particularly concerning online.
Persons: Robert F Kennedy Jr, Anne Frank, Kennedy, Cheryl Hines, , Tucker Carlson, Warren Davidson, Joan Salter, Salter, Hitler's, Estelle Nadel, Nadel's, Nadel, trivialized, Gabriella Karin, Karin, Karen Pollock, Pollock, Anthony Fauci, Josef Mengele, Sacha Roytman Dratwa Organizations: Service, The Fox News, Republican, Educational, French Resistance, Educational Trust, Antisemitism, CAM, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Washington, Hitler's Germany, Switzerland, Amsterdam, Warren Davidson of Ohio, London, Belgium, France, Paris, Europe, Colorado, Nazi, Poland, Slovakia, Czechoslovakia, Los Angeles
Why the Renewed Interest in Crystals? The Pandemic.
  + stars: | 2022-01-26 | by ( Alexandra Cheney | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +1 min
LOS ANGELES — At a time when wellness is at the forefront of many people’s minds, crystal, rock crystal and gemstone jewelry has been experiencing a renaissance. During anxious times, “we look to what has great symbolizing and healing powers,” said Rebecca Selva, chief creative officer at Fred Leighton and Kwiat, “what for centuries and since ancient times was thought to have certain qualities of healing, grounding and positivity.”And several jewelry designers and makers say they are seeing the results. “We’re exploding at the seams” when it comes to sales, said Jacquie Aiche, the Los Angeles-based fine jewelry designer. Although Ms. Aiche has been incorporating crystals into her jewelry since the introduction of her namesake brand in 2003, she said sales of her crystal pieces more than doubled in the first half of 2020, “then plateaued at the spike and is still holding.” (The company is privately owned; Ms. Aiche won’t reveal revenues, but her crystal pieces range from $2,000 to $25,000.)
Persons: , Rebecca Selva, Fred Leighton, Jacquie Aiche, Aiche, Organizations: ANGELES Locations: Kwiat, Los Angeles
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown (81) walks the field prior to the National Football League game between the New York Jets and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on January 2, 2022 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. Antonio Brown is considering legal action against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after the team released him following his bizarre exit from a game against the New York Jets during a regular season game earlier this month. The Buccaneers released the wide receiver three days later, terminating his $3.1 million dollar contract. He's the reason I'm on Tampa Bay, so I know I'm going to get the ball," he said. Brown, a four-time All-Pro wide receiver, has a history of controversy.
Persons: Antonio Brown, Brown, Sean Burstyn, Bryant Gumbel, Burstyn, Toradol, Bruce Arians, Tom Brady, Brady Organizations: Tampa Bay Buccaneers, National Football League, New York Jets, MetLife, Buccaneers, Sports, Bucs, HBO, Jets, NFL, Raiders, Los Angeles Rams, Sunday Locations: East Rutherford , NJ, Brady, Tampa Bay
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