Goldman revamps employee reviews, opening door to more job cuts

Goldman Sachs is adopting a performance review system that will grade up to 10 percent of its 39,000 employees as under-performers this year, according to an internal memo sent on Monday, potentially leading to more job cuts in 2021 than the bank has made in recent years. The Wall Street bank’s new head of human […]

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Grading the New York Knicks’ strengths & weaknesses heading into the offseason | The Jump

Richard Jefferson and Kendrick Perkins join Rachel Nichols on The Jump and grade the New York Knicks’ strengths and weaknesses entering the offseason. #TheJump #NBA ✔️Subscribe to ESPN+ https://plus.espn.com/ ✔️ Get the ESPN App: http://www.espn.com/espn/apps/espn ✔️Subscribe to ESPN on YouTube: http://es.pn/SUBSCRIBEtoYOUTUBE ✔️ Subscribe to NBA on ESPN on YouTube: http://bit.ly/SUBSCRIBEtoNBAonESPN ✔️ Watch ESPN on YouTube […]

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Mary Kay Letourneau: 5 Things To Know About Teacher Who Slept With 12-Year-Old, Dead At 58

Mary Kay Letourneau has passed away after battling cancer. The former grade school teacher made  headlines in 1997 for having sex with her sixth grade pupil, and later having two children with him. It was a story that made national headlines the mid 1990s, when Washington state elementary school teacher Mary Kay Letourneau was arrested […]

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Lack of political offset for Republicans makes DC statehood effort more difficult for Dems

You may not have thought about “The Missouri Compromise” since sixth grade social studies. Political equilibrium was crucial when it came to admitting states into the union in the early 19th Century. That’s why the Missouri Compromise involved balance. The U.S. admitted Maine as a free state in March, 1820. Missouri came into the union […]

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Dorsey quarterback Josh Coleman is showing leadership on and off the field

Josh Coleman is a junior quarterback with 4.0 grade point average who transferred from St. Bernard to Dorsey in February and got to spend a month on campus before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down classes. Now the fall football season could be delayed, and he doesn’t know when he’s going to be able to work […]

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Chris Brown’s Daughter Royalty, 6, Graduates From Kindergarten & Shows Off Certificate In Sweet Pics

Royalty Brown is moving on to the first grade! Chris Brown’s talented daughter visited her elementary school to pick up her diploma. Royalty Brown, 6, is now a kindergarten graduate! On May 29, photos of Chris Brown’s daughter’s graduation was shared to her Instagram — which is managed by mom Nia Guzman — and the […]

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Mel Kiper Jr. on the most questionable decisions in the 2020 NFL Draft | Get Up

Mel Kiper Jr. joins Mike Greenberg to discuss why he gave the Green Bay Packers a "C" grade for their 2020 NFL Draft. The Packers took QB Jordan Love despite having Aaron Rodgers on the roster, but that wasn’t the big reason behind Kiper’s criticism. He also lists other head-scratching moves, including from the Atlanta […]

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Giancarlo Stanton snaps out of sad Yankees mood

LAKELAND, Fla. — On Friday, Giancarlo Stanton’s face was smothered in dejection about the Grade 1 strain of his right calf that shut him down and placed an Opening Day roster spot in jeopardy. Judging by what Aaron Boone saw in Stanton’s mug and walk, the left fielder/designated hitter’s mood was brighter on Sunday. “I […]

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