Last week, the NFL announced it will investigate the Oakland Raiders to determine if their new hiring of old head coach Jon Gruden violated the letter of the Rooney Rule law, which it will have a difficult time doing since the Raiders insist they interviewed two minority candidates, their own tight ends coach Bobby Johnson and USC offensive coordinator Tee Martin. The NFL can fine an organization that it deems did not interview a minority candidate for that type of position. But here’s the question the league really should be asking, and doing so very publicly: How often is the spirit of the rule broken, and in brazen fashion?.
In a 2004 Wharton School Publishing Book titled, , Burke emphasized the value of the J credo, dating back to the company’s founding in 1887, which stated that the company is responsible first to its customers, then to its employees, the community and the stockholders, in that order. “The credo is all about the consumer,” Burke said. When those seven deaths occurred, “the credo made it very clear at that point exactly what we were all about.
Interestingly, Trump himself recognized the unfairness of the Electoral College in a series of tweets in 2012. He called the system “a disaster for a democracy,” “a total sham and a travesty,” and a “laughing stock.” Of course, he tweeted this commentary when he mistakenly believed that Barack Obama had lost the popular vote against Mitt Romney. Trump also said, before learning Obama had in fact won both the popular and electoral votes, that there should be a “revolution in this country,” that we should “fight like hell and stop this great and disgusting injustice” and that we “can’t let this happen” and “should march on Washington.”.
They would save $6,244 in interest over the life of the loan, Hall estimates.Boosting retirement savingsMarty will get $10,000 in annual payments from his company pension plan, leaving him $40,000 short of his income goal. His savings, $355,000 in his RRSP, growing with $10,000 in annual contributions and at three per cent after inflation, will be worth $443,000 at his age 60. Some of Marty retirement income will come from company shares he is granted as part of his total compensation.
Greg Hardy leaves court after charges where dismissed when the victim in the case failed to show for court. (Mark Davenport WBTV)Greg Hardy arrives at courthouse ahead of domestic violence trialGreg Hardy arrives at courthouse ahead of domestic violence trialUpdated: Monday, February 9 2015 10:31 AM EST2015 02 09 15:31:02 GMTHardy is facing a judge for a second time on the charges after he was found guilty in a bench trial in July. “Greg remains on the Commissioner’s Exempt List and the NFL has advised us to allow it to complete its review under the Personal Conduct Policy.