- Director Mike Nichols picked up his sixth Tony award last night for directing the revival of "Death of a Salesman" and was among the big winners in the 66th annual award ceremony.
- MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan will be moving on from his afternoon show as he will be leaving June 22 to pursue a more activist role.
- Unions in California are fighting a ballot measure that would ban direct contributions by those groups to candidates, as well as ban union fees and dues for any contributions, even to PACs.
- With a record number of baby boomer engineers retiring, companies are reaching out to engineering students as early as possible to get them through college and into the workplace.
- The end of film reels may be soon at hand, with a new report predicting major movie studios will stop producing celluloid copies of films and go digital by the end of next year.
Monday, June 11, 2012
Posted by Zandar