first_imgOur customers and partners trust Dell Technologies to deliver unparalleled products and solutions which drive their digital transformation. Trust and integrity are core values at Dell, embedded in our CultureCode and modeled by our team members each and every day. We act trustworthy and with integrity because it’s the right thing to do and because it’s who we are, not in anticipation of being recognized or rewarded for it. But when you do the right thing for the right reasons, it gets noticed.For the sixth consecutive year, Dell Technologies has been recognized by The Ethisphere Institute as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies. This prestigious honor is awarded to a select group of companies each year who demonstrate trust and integrity in how they do business. At Dell Technologies, we believe that how we win is just as important as winning itself.As noted by Michael Dell, Chairman and CEO of Dell Technologies, “One requirement for our business that will never change is integrity. Our customers, partners and suppliers expect it from us, and we demand it from ourselves across everything we do. We are proud to be recognized by The Ethisphere Institute for the sixth straight year as one of The World’s Most Ethical Companies.”Congratulations to all Dell Technologies team members around the globe. This award is a recognition of the important work you do for our customers every day and the high ethical standards you demonstrate in doing that work.last_img read more

first_imgBill Laimbeer knows a thing or two about Detroit—although he was raised in Chicago and California, the former NBA player shot hoops for the Detroit Pistons for nearly a decade. He went on to coach the WNBA’s Detroit Shock before heading to New York City in 2013 to coach the New York Liberty. The coach didn’t need to leave the Big Apple to take a trip to Detroit on July 15, when he saw the hit jukebox musical Motown on Broadway. After hearing “Dancing in the Street,” “My Girl,” “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” and more hit songs live, Laimbeer headed backstage with his wife Chris to meet stars Josh Tower, Charl Brown, Krystal Joy Brown, Nathaniel Xavier Cullors and Nik Walker, and get a behind-the-scenes tour. Check out these snapshots of their visit, then see Motown the Musical at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre! Krystal Joy Brown Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 18, 2015 View Comments Charl Browncenter_img Motown The Musical Star Files Related Showslast_img read more

first_imgAfter months of fan speculation, the duo confirmed in June 2020 that they are dating.Scroll through their cutest moments and quotes about each other: “I think there is such thing as a love that just absolutely takes over and it flips your world upside down,” Cline told Seventeen magazine in May 2020 about John B. and Sarah’s love story. “I remember when I was a teenager, I was into young adult books and there was always a pinnacle love story of star-crossed lovers. So to be able to be a part of creating that for this next generation was really a dream come true as a storyteller.”She added that the chemistry between her and Stokes came naturally.“Chase, [our creator] Jonas [Pate] and I all sat down from the get-go and spoke about the relationship. We wanted to make sure it was real and it had depth to it,” Cline explained. “There were things that Chase and I specifically added to the script that felt personal. You have to sell it. It’s got to be compelling. Thankfully the cast all clicked and we had such great chemistry, so we all had this friendship from the very beginning. So building on that and then projecting it on the screen felt very, very real.”- Advertisement – Stokes, for his part, told Nylon magazine that he and Cline “wanted to do justice to shows of the past and create a really authentic love experience,” citing Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, The O.C. and 90210 as examples.“You watch these shows and you genuinely think these people are in love with each other,” he said in May 2020. “We did a lot of research, did a deep dive into those shows, and made sure we followed the structure of how those worked. We decided to strip away the layers of the physicality of it and focus more on the intellectual connection between the two of them. John B. and Sarah obviously don’t have the same upbringing. They fall in love not because of what their worlds bring, it’s about what their emotional connection is. We just really wanted to make sure that Maddie and I became good enough friends to where we knew each other and find little ticks and nuances that would make each other laugh, and make sure we translated that into the performance.”- Advertisement – Sparks flying on the set of Outer Banks.Shortly after the Netflix drama started streaming in April 2020, fans began rooting for Chase Stokes and Madelyn Cline,who play John B. and Sarah Cameron, respectively, on and offscreen.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

first_imgSILVER BAY, Minn. (June 15) – It is time to start the Dakota Classic Modified Tour with a bang and what better day than July 4 to do so? RACEFEEDX, in partnership with YouTube and Nodak Speedway, will showcase the Independence Day date from Minot, North Dakota, to race fans everywhere live and for free on July 4, 2015.Fans will be able to enjoy the Dakota Classic Modified Tour preview via almost any device possible! PC, Laptop, Tablet Apps, Connected TVs, and even on your mobile phones while watching the fireworks or races from your home track. This special broadcast will include an in-depth preview of the 26th running of the Dakota Tour with multiple cameras, interviews, segments, instant replay, and much more.Direct Link to View: http://bit.ly/rfxjuly4.Once fans get a taste of the intense racing action via this showcase on YouTube they can purchase the Pay Per View for the entire following week, July 5-11, 2015, throughout North Dakota and Canada. RACEFEEDX will cover the tour live for the third consecutive year. Fans will have the option to watch every lap of the week in regular or high quality. Pricing and subscription info is available at www.racefeedx.com.In partnership with RACEFEEDX, IMCA.TV, the recently launched Video On Demand service and Official Network of IMCA, will cover every lap in Video On Demand. No more then 48 hours after each race all footage is available on the service for fans to watch at anytime, anywhere, 24/7/365 on the website, mobile devices, tablets, or the Roku for as low as $9.99 for the Month or $79.99 for an entire Year. IMCA.TV includes all of the big IMCA events, touring series, and years of archives for your viewing pleasure.Keep your browser locked on www.dakotamodtour.com for more breaking info as we race towards the opener at Nodak Speedway on July 5, 2015, or Follow the Tour on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @dakotamodtour with the official hashtag #modtour15.last_img read more

first_img One year on he is back at Jumeirah Golf Estates as the world number six, without a win all season and an also-ran in the Race to Dubai coming to terms with his own “annus horribilis”. “It’s been an interesting year,” McIlroy said with considerable understatement ahead of the DP World Tour Championship, an event he won last year with five birdies in the last five holes. Twelve months ago Rory McIlroy arrived in Dubai on the crest of a wave, the world number one having won his second major title by eight shots and being just days away from a fifth victory of the season that secured the money list titles on both sides of the Atlantic. “Obviously a lot of stuff has gone on, both on and off the course. Every year that I’ve come here, apart from 2010, I’ve been in the mix to win the Race to Dubai. It’s a little bit different coming in this week and not having much to play for in terms of that (he is 46th), but I still want to try and finish the season off really strongly. “I feel like this course really suits my game. I know it would be a great way to cap off the European season with a win.” The major distraction off the course for McIlroy is an ongoing legal battle with his former management company, a situation which he admits has had an effect on the course. The 24-year-old has also struggled to get the best out of his new Nike equipment after signing a multi-million pound endorsement deal in January, while he walked off the course during the second round of his defence of the Honda Classic. He initially told reporters he was in a “bad place mentally” before a statement was issued by his then-management company citing pain from a wisdom tooth as the reason for his withdrawal. McIlroy did finish second in the Texas Open the week before the Masters, but was 25th there and 41st at the US Open, where he broke a club in frustration. He also missed the cut in the Open at Muirfield and labelled his own play “brain dead”, while even a share of eighth place in the defence of his US PGA title was not enough to help him qualify for the Tour Championship on the PGA Tour, which is limited to the top 30 players in the money list. “There’s definitely been a few things that have impacted (on my performance on the course),” McIlroy added. “I’ve had a few different things to think about and different things that occupy your head that really shouldn’t. “It’s something that will be sorted out hopefully sooner rather than later. That’s the way it is and comes with the territory I guess. “I’ve got people to handle that sort of stuff for me and I only see a fraction of it, the stuff that I really want to see. But again it’s something that shouldn’t be in my mind. It’s something that I don’t really think any athlete or anyone should ever go through. “I’ve seen more lawyers this year than I care to see in my entire life. It’s not something I ever want to go through again and I’m making sure that I won’t ever go through it again.” That is a reference to the fact that McIlroy has set up his own management firm since his disputed split from Horizon, while the Northern Irishman is also heeding the advice of stablemate Tiger Woods about managing his time. “He said you have to remember what got you here in the first place and I think you guys (the media) know that with Tiger, it’s ‘No’ 99 per cent of the time,” McIlroy added. “I’d say I’m a little more forgiving with my time than that, but there still needs to be a point where you have to say no and look after yourself.” McIlroy was in danger of missing out on this week’s event – limited to the top 60 on the Race to Dubai – until finishing sixth in the HSBC Champions in Shanghai, only a third top-10 finish on the European Tour this season. But the Ryder Cup star feels he is on the right track and enjoys proving the doubters wrong after each dip in form. “I guess I learnt last year how to deal with the hype and this year I’ve learned to deal with criticism,” he added. “Every year for me is still a new experience. “I feel I’ve always thrived on adversity. I think back to the times when I had the collapse at the Masters [leading by four shots before a final round of 80 in 2011] and I came back and won the US Open because I wanted to prove to myself and other people that wasn’t who I am and that’s not the way I play under pressure. “Last year at the US PGA was the same sort of thing. I went through a little lull of three or four months and people started to question things and I like proving people wrong. It’s something that I have to keep doing every year and hopefully I do that again this year as well.” Press Associationlast_img read more

first_img CRISP SCORING FORM WESTERN BUREAU: After defeating Montego Bay United FC 3-1 in Monday night’s Red Stripe Premier League fixture at the Montego Bay Sports Complex, Portmore United’s head coach, Jeffrey Hewitt, believes his team’s 3-1 victory proved they can adapt and still remain razor sharp. Hewitt employed a counter-attacking style in the second half as MBU had them pinned inside their half for the majority of the second half of a thrilling match, to come away with a result that put them back atop the standings with only three regular season games left in the schedule. “We knew how this Montego Bay team plays and we wanted to catch them on the break, which we did twice, as we can play counter-attacking football too, and we demonstrated that and got three goals for it,” said Hewitt. He said his core of players can play from the bench as well as from the start and whenever summoned they are ready to perform, which oftentimes ends in a good result for the team. Hewitt’s three second-half substitutes played key roles in Monday night’s victory, but Hewitt said they remain focused on the upcoming games and the semi-finals. Ricardo Morris fired Portmore into a fifth-minute lead, which they held way into the second half when substitute Mark Alves doubled the score in the 72nd minute. Tramaine Stewart made the game safe for Portmore when he scored in the 76th minute. Owayne Gordon continued his crisp scoring form by netting in the 86th minute. However, it was the only goal MBU would muster on a night when they dominated the ball-possession statistic. Already assured a semi-final place, Portmore, according to Hewitt, went about embellishing their head-to-head record against MBU, posting a third win over their title-chasing rivals in emphatic style and now have eyes peeled on the bonus $1 million for the team ending the regular season with the most points. Portmore lead the standings with 57 points, one clear of MBU, and followed by defending champions Arnett Gardens FC (54). UWI FC (42), Humble Lion FC (41) and Harbour View (39) are also in a keen battle for the final semi-final spot. “We are taking it one step at a time. From this game, we will now concentrate on the next game and hope it gets us where we need to be at the end,” Hewitt stated.last_img read more