Under Ms. Clark’s leadership as president and CEO of North America, DDB has seen a resurgence in the marketplace. For the first time in three years, DDB North America saw top line revenue growth in the three consecutive quarters ending September 2016.

But this might be the last remaining thing to hold on to for the disabled boy who became an Olympian, an inspiration and then a man facing life in prison for murder: He always ran for himself, he said. He didn’t aim to be an icon for others, he said. Running, for him, is personal..

I am familiar with both towns. Tenafly is closer by about 10 minutes via car (20 minutes via bus) because you get on the PIP at exit 1. You can make it to midtown in 35 minutes at those time. At a Glance: GM’s Deal with the UAW The United Auto Workers and General Motors tentatively agreed Wednesday to a contract that ends a two day strike the first nationwide walkout against the automaker in 37 years. Both sides said they are pleased with the new contract, which has yet to be approved by the union. Here are a few of the highlights:.

I lived with him in Midland; we’ve worked together; I’ve gotten him jobs. We’re everyday kind of friends, and it’s been really weird not having him around.” Minjares says that there’s nothing in his five year history with Crowder that would lead him to believe he would ever intentionally harm anyone. “Our group never fights.

As fans kept pouring into the stadium it was definite that the game was going to be special.want people to see something interesting when they come to games, said Henry O a senior at the University of Oregon.O has been a lifelong Duck fan and has attended games since his freshman year. In true Super Fan fashion, O wears a dinosaur suit to every game.The student section at Matthew Knight Arena was one of the loudest ever, and dozens of fans ran into the Oregon locker room to welcome the players with a pregame tunnel. As the players entered the court, fans gave them high fives, shouting words of encouragement.Five minutes into the game, Cal led 15 11.

As has been the case with all NFL windows, “Thursday Night Football” over the past few seasons has taken a hit in the Nielsen ratings. Last season, NBC’s share of “TNF” games averaged 14.1 million viewers, which marked a 17 percent drop compared to the year ago results, while its 8.2 household rating was down 20 percent. The CBS package was more steady; per Nielsen, the network’s average draw of 14.1 million viewers and an 8.6 household rating represented a 4 percent dip versus its 2016 “TNF” deliveries..