Ousted Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price issues statement,​ thanks management, ownership and fans

Germany Migrants

Bryan Price, silent since his dismissal as Reds manager on Thursday, issued the following statement to the beat writers covering the club: "It is with tremendous gratitude and appreciation for the 8+ years spent as a member of the Cincinnati Reds organization that I bid adieu to so many wonderful friends and co-workers. I wish Jim Riggleman great success as he takes the reins of the club, and send a…

WPP Chief Executive Martin Sorrell Steps Down

WPP CEO Departure May Herald

Martin Sorrell has stepped down as chief executive of WPP WPP 0.49% PLC following the conclusion of an investigation into an allegation of personal misconduct, ending his more than three decades of leadership atop the world’s largest advertising company. Roberto Quarta, chairman of WPP’s board, will take on the role of executive chairman until a new CEO is appointed, the company said. Mark Read, chief executive of WPP agency Wunderman,…

Tough offseason isn’t slowing Twins’ Miguel Sano

andrew-triggs

Twins third baseman Miguel Sano threw out Mariners first baseman Ryon Healy for the final out of the first inning. The Twins and manager Paul Molitor must feel lucky that just six games into the season they are 4-2 and have third baseman Miguel Sano already performing at the All-Star level he showed last season. With Sano coming off offseason surgery on his left tibia and then facing an MLB…

Walmart pulls Cosmopolitan from checkout lines

images (2)

CHICAGO — It appears Cosmo is a little too racy for Walmart. The retail chain said it will stop selling Cosmopolitan magazine at checkout lines across the country. The longstanding publication targets female readers and is mostly staffed by women, according to Business Insider. The magazine will still be available on Walmart magazine racks. Walmart said the magazine is graphic and often contains offensive material. The National Center on Sexual…

Stranger Things Stars Score Big Raises Ahead of Season 3 (But Not Everyone)

MZnUA9A

It pays to battle the Demogorgon: Six cast members from Netflix’s sci-fi hit Stranger Things will be getting big pay raises for the upcoming third season, our sister site Deadline is reporting. Stars Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Winona Ryder (Joyce) and David Harbour (Sheriff Hopper) will all receive “major salary bumps,” according to the report, with the young cast members seeing…

In narrow race, primary candidate for Democratic Dallas DA asks for recount

The battle for the Democratic candidacy for Dallas County district attorney continues as a former state district judge has submitted a written request for a recount following results of the close race. According to current election results, candidate Elizabeth Davis Frizell was defeated by a narrow margin, with her opponent, John Creuzot, garnering 56,612 votes over her 56,000 votes. Frizell submitted the request on March 7, a day after the…

Bucks’ Malcolm Brogdon (quad) makes an early exit on Thursday

Milwaukee Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon will not return on Thursday with a left quad tendon strain. Brogdon’s absence leaves the Bucks thin in the backcourt with Eric Bledsoe out as well. Expect Matthew Dellavedova to see heavy minutes the rest of Thursday and if Brogdon misses any additional time. An update on the severity of the injury should come in the morning. Brogdon finished 2-for-3 from the field for 4…