1. NEWS: “Call Me Maybe” Pop Princess Carly Rae Jepsen to Make Broadway Debut in Cinderella 4. FEATURE: Chita Rivera Drops the Ball, Spidey Turns Off the Lights and Zachary Levi Breaks Up with B’way In Our New Year’s Datebook Broadway.com’s end-of-year features delighted fans over the holiday season. From hot shows and news stories to most anticipated debuts of 2014, our most-read stories covered everything you need to know to kick off a new year of theatergoing. Click below to catch up on the top 10 stories from December 27 to January 2: 6. FEATURE: Best in Show! Broadway.com Names the Top Five Shows of 2013 7. INTERVIEW: Broadway’s Sexiest Man Alive Exposed! Jarrod Spector is a Subway Freak, Game Show Nerd and Beautiful Hypochondriac 2. FEATURE: Looking Ahead! Broadway.com Picks the Five Most Hotly Anticipated Debuts of 2014 View Comments 9. FEATURE: Top Casting Director Jen Rudin Offers Audition Advice for Stagestruck Kids and Their Parents 10. FEATURE: What a Lady! What a Year! Pippin’s Patina Miller Voted Broadway.com’s 2013 Star of the Year By Fans 8. FEATURE: Closing Time! Seven Great Plays and Musicals To See Before They’re Gone 5. FEATURE: Live-Tweeting Musicals in Our PJs is Our Favorite Thing, Drag is the New Black and More Lessons of the Year 3. FEATURE: Big Breaks, Tragic Falls and a Naked Starlet in a Tub: The Top News Stories That Got You Buzzing in 2013
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The CFPB, Federal Trade Commission and 48 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico yesterday announced a $700 million settlement with Equifax related to its 2017 data breach that affected more than 147 million U.S. consumers. This incident in particular brought renewed focus to NAFCU’s longstanding call for a national data security standard.The settlement – if approved by the federal court in the Northern District of Georgia – would provide up to $425 million in relief to consumers, as well as a $100 million civil money penalty and other relief. Affected consumers would also be eligible to receive at least 10 years of free credit-monitoring and at least seven years of free identity-restoration services.“Today’s announcement is not the end of our efforts to make sure consumers’ sensitive personal information is safe and secure,” said CFPB Director Kathleen Kraninger. “The incident at Equifax underscores the evolving cyber security threats confronting both private and government computer systems and actions they must take to shield the personal information of consumers. Too much is at stake for the financial security of the American people to make these protections anything less than a top priority.” continue reading »
Coming into the third game of the season, sophomore Ashley Corral was charged with the difficult task of leading the USC women’s basketball team to beat her high school rival, Courtney Vandersloot, and the Gonzaga Bulldogs in the USC’s first road game.It proved too much to handle.Tough assignment · USC guard Ashley Corral held her formal high school rival, Courtney Vandersloot, to 11 points, but Vandersloot still ran the show, dishing out seven assists. Corral scored a team-high 23 for USC. – Tim Tran | Daily TrojanThe Women of Troy struggled and shot only 29.2 percent from the field in a 70-58 loss to Gonzaga Wednesday night in Spokane, Wash.Vandersloot scored a modest 11 points on 5 of 10 shooting from the field, but dished out a team-high seven assists to lead her team to victory.The Trojans couldn’t overcome a 34-21 first-half deficit in their first meeting with Gonzaga in program history.Corral scored a team-high 23 points and had five steals, but it was the Trojan’s lack of ball sharing that made the game a tough one.The Bulldogs made 15 assists compared to USC’s five.Vivian Frieson provided a spark for her team by leading the Bulldogs with a team-high 22 points on 5-10 shooting and nine rebounds.