iheartdebt

Saddled with $20.6 billion of debt, IHeart, formerly called Clear Channel Communications Inc., is working on a deal that would retire about $1.4 billion of its most-pressing obligations before 2019, some trading at less than 39 cents on the dollar, according to a person with direct knowledge of the matter. The plan marks the company’s latest attempt to rein in the debt it took on in its 2008 acquisition by private equity firms Bain Capital Partners LLC and Thomas H. Lee Partners LP, a $24 billion deal that came to symbolize the excesses of the per-crisis buyout boom.

how to get a perfect team

Is there such a thing as a perfect team? Probably not. But is there scientific proof showing that teams that communicate more frequently, encompass diverse mindsets, and bring a broad base of experience and expertise will perform at higher levels than any old team? Absolutely.The numbers are actually pretty staggering. Teams that capitalized on this nexus of diversity and communication outperformed other teams by huge margins. They weren’t just more productive and more innovative. They literally created greater financial results.

welcome to china cinema

China’s Film Bureau chief has praised the performance of domestic movies in 2014 in the face of strong competition from Hollywood, after homegrown films accounted for 54.5 percent of the $4.76 billion (29.6 billion yuan) in box office last year.The rise was boosted by a strong growth in the number of theaters and screens. China added 1,015 cinemas and 5,397 screens last year, bringing the total number of screens to 23,600. “On average, 15 more screens were added each day,” Zhang said.

viva sls

  1. advertise more out there self out there more
  2. get some people to help them with there placements and make more
  3. have there staff smile more
  4. let more celebrities stay there
  5. have people be more reasonable and stop kicking people out

T-ARENA

The open concourse was made possible in part because of the arena’s “split bowl” seating arrangement, in which an upper bowl overhangs a lower bowl. “You’re right on top of the action,” General Manager Mike Cara said. “It’s a really neat design.”

Speaking of action, there will be plenty of it, with UNO hockey, basketball and volleyball on the schedule. The arena was designed with enough flexibility to accommodate those sports, plus concerts, commencements and other special events.

When sports seasons overlap — such as during hockey and basketball season — the arena will undergo a transformation.

“It can be a relatively quick change from hockey to basketball or volleyball,” said Omaha architect Bruce Carpenter, senior vice president of HDR and project principal for the arena.

IT FINALLY HERE

T-Mobile Arena will be the destination in Las Vegas for live events − from amazing music acts to thrilling sporting events − it will set a new standard for what entertainment means in the city that does it best. The 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena will host exciting, world-class events with something for everyone − from UFC, boxing, hockey, basketball and bull riding to high-profile awards shows and top-name concerts.“We’re going to light up Las Vegas in magenta and give everyone who visits T-Mobile Arena a chance to experience what it means to be UN-carrier!” said Mike Sievert, chief operating officer of T-Mobile. “T-Mobile Arena will have the biggest shows in a town known for big shows and T-Mobile customers will always be treated like VIPs with priority access and exclusive benefits.”

Jackson first

“Once again, thank you to all the fans for your love, your undying love; your loyalty that means so much to me,” Jackson said. “You’re truly appreciated. It’s been a long journey and you guys have been there each and every step of the way and I really do appreciate that. Thank you so much … I will see you soon. “On Dec. 24, Jackson announced that she was postponing her “Unbreakable” tour until the spring to have an unspecified surgical procedure. She had been next scheduled to perform in early January in Denver.

age is just an entrepreneur

i know i just said never to young for business dream but what stopping you once you get started to stop. Meaning who says you cant be 89 and still take control of what you started. come on now everyone deserve to keep what they have grown. Paul asked that we introduce ourselves. When we first started our businesses, we were both refugees from corporate America and we over 40. Cynthia had a history of entrepreneurship in her family, while Judi fell into it. We both started bootstrap ventures, with far more passion than capital.

Black and in business

have you ever looked at one of the kids around you and think they will have there own business by the time there 5.most likely not right. well these kids show that just because your young doesn’t mean you cant have the mind set of a businessmen or woman. these kids clearly didn’t let there age stop then for anything. for instants miss Gabrielle Jordan.Gabrielle Jordan knew from a very early age that she didn’t want to work for anyone else. She started her own business, Jewelz of Jordan, when she was just 9 years old. Gabrielle, now 15, is also the founder of ExCEL Youth Mentoring Institute, which hopes to inspire more young people to be entrepreneurs. She has become the youngest member of the Black Speakers Bureau and has already given a TEDx Talk on entrepreneurship. Her book, The Making of a Young Entrepreneur: A Kid’s Guide to Developing the Mind-Set for Success, written under the name Gabrielle J. Williams, was a best-seller on Amazon.com. This year she was honored as a M.A.D. Girl at BET’s Black Girls Rock 2015. “When I reflect back on my life, I want it to be filled with big dreams, big actions and big accomplishments, and that’s what I want for others,” she said to BET.

get secured

A report published this week by the Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto says the Windows and Android versions of Tencent’s (TCEHY) popular QQ Browser hoover up and then transmit personal data with little or no encryption.That follows two previous reports by the group that identified similar problems in widely used browsers belonging to Chinese tech giants Alibaba (BABA, Tech30) and Baidu (BIDU, Tech30).”Web browsers are trusted to carefully handle sensitive information inputted by users and securely transmit it to Web servers,” the Citizen Lab said. “However, QQ Browser and the other browsers studied violate this standard of trust by not only collecting sensitive user data themselves, but then also insecurely transmitting it.”The issues put users at risk of surveillance from third parties, including governments, according to the report.The vulnerable information can include location data, search queries, websites visited and ID numbers tied to users’ devices.