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Nooyi knows something about the topic her departure from Pepsi’s corner office in October, announced this week will leave just 24 women running America’s 500 largest publicly traded companies. (Kathy Warden will add one more when she takes over as CEO of Northrop Grumman in January.) But Nooyi’s exit will also leave an even smaller number of women with a minority racial or ethnic background with only a small handful running major public corporations. In 2017, for instance, PG CEO Geisha Williams became the first Latina chief executive to run a Fortune 500 company; Advanced Micro Devices chief Lisa Su was born in Taiwan..
The trailer had been unhitched, and luckily their gear wasn’t in it anyway, but it’s still a huge downer. The band was renting the bus from the lovely people at HalJoe, so it’s a kick in the shins for them as well.We’d be very grateful if you could help spread the word, or let us know if you hear anything.In the meantime, the show will go on tonight in Toronto at the Mod Club.FILM REVIEW: Titanic 3D minute by minuteJames Cameron’s Titanic was always a marathon at three hours and counting. As it returns in 3D, Eli Glasner examines the experience minute by minute and discovers Cline Dion’s ubiquitous soundtrack, and James Cameron’s risible dialogue, have not improved with age.
The script was crisp, the dialogues and humour, clever. There wasn’t a dull moment, though at times the characters, even though well thought out, seemed unidimensional. The climax, though, could have been rounded off better. This woman looked lost, frightened and close to tears. She was massaging her big belly who knew if she were in pain or comforting her baby or both? Who cared? She was in a hospital. I wondered what was in her mind, as I struggled with my own feelings about the situation..