Infosys Comeback Has Long Way To Go
Infosys Comeback Has Long Way To Go
Rihanna is Over Immature Men
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One year after coming out of retirement to try to revitalize revenue growth at Indian IT outsourcing company Infosys Ltd., N.R. Narayana Murthy still has a long way to go, say analysts and investors. The 67-year-old is one of the founders of India's second-largest software and outsourcing company, and he is considered a global pioneer of the outsourcing model of doing business. After stepping down as chairman and chief mentor in 2011, he was called back last June to lead the company, which had been falling behind competitors. He returned with big plans to make Infosys once again one of the most profitable and competitive IT companies in India.
Rihanna speaks very candidly about herself in an interview with contributing editor Lisa Robinson for Vanity Fair’s November cover story. Overall, the singer's interview is pretty standard. But: A chunk of the profile focuses on her sex life and the woes of dating in 2015. And Rihanna is pretty much all of us. The 27-year-old told Vanity Fair, "I always see the best in people. I hope for the best, and I always look for that little bit of good, that potential, and I wait for it to blossom. You want them to feel good being a man, but now men are afraid to be men. They think being a real man is actually being lame, that if you take a chair out for a lady, or you’re nice or even affectionate to your girl in front of your boys, you’re less of a man. It’s so sick."
Ashley Judd says that a famed former Hollywood studio head made aggressive sexual advances toward her in 1997, using conversations about potential movie roles to lure her to his hotel room — where at one point, he asked her to watch him take a shower. Judd shared the story in an interview with Variety for its Power of Women issue. The incident took place in 1997, Judd says, when she was filming Kiss the Girls for Paramount Pictures. She says the mogul, from a rival studio, used the same technique on several other actresses — which came to light in a discussion with them years later. Judd says she never wound up working for the aggressor, and has never been offered a part at his studio.
Oprah Winfrey wants to make one thing clear: She is not retired. Ever since her eponymous talk show ended in 2011, she’s found what she calls “real freedom.” “I love the way my life has opened up,” she tells Variety, in her sun-drenched, spacious office at OWN, her self-named cable network, in West Hollywood. That’s what the 61-year-old media mogul thrives on now: getting to choose how she wants to spend the hours that lay in front of her. The same can be said for her approach to the business of entertainment: Deciding what projects she wants to make, in front of or behind the camera, whether for Harpo Films or for OWN.
By now you’ve probably heard Burger King created an A-1 Sauce Black Bun Whopper for Halloween. And if you thought it looked bad going in, what it looks like coming out is even more alarming: Diners are saying its turning their poop green.
The next time someone tells you to put down the bacon... Tell them about Susannah Mushatt Jones. Susanna is 116 years old and was named the world's oldest woman in July. And she eats bacon every day. She say she east bacon, grits, and eggs for breakfast. And a sign in her kitchen reads "Bacon makes everything better." Words to live by.
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