21 Burned in Walk Over Hot Coals at Robbins Event
Fire officials said 21 people at an event hosted by motivational speaker Tony Robbins suffered burns while walking across hot coals, and three of the injured were treated at hospitals. The injuries took place during the first day Thursday of a four-day …
21 burned in walk over hot coals at Tony Robbins event
San Jose: 21 people treated for burns after firewalk at Tony Robbins appearance
Tony Robbins' Motivational Walk Across Hot Coals Injures 21 Participants
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (TheStreet) — The odds may appear to favor a merger between AMR and US Airways, but that isn’t to say that a merger would provide an easy solution to the accompanying pilot seniority integration problems.
In fact, it is difficult to imagine more complexities than those involved in integrating two pilot groups from two different unions, each of which includes angry minorities of pilots who have filed lawsuits contesting the seniority practices pursued in two previous mergers.
In 2001, American merged with TWA. The TWA pilots, who felt they were badly treated in the subsequent seniority integration, have continued to object in various forums. In 2005, US Airways merged with America West. An arbitrator issued a controversial seniority ruling so troubling to the majority of the pilots that rather than implement it, they left one union and formed another. That resulted in a series of suits. …
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Former Justice Minister Hideo Hiraoka said it is regrettable that Japan resumed executing death-row inmates in March without holding sufficient debate following a 20-month hiatus.
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