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    2. More New York Events Cancelled in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy

      More New York Events Cancelled in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy
      With electricity returned to most of the city and many of the subway lines in service, New York is getting back on its feet just a week after Hurricane Sandy hit. Still, the super storms impact on the event and meeting industry continues, with events like the ING New York City Marathon cancelled as late as Friday evening. For some planners, cancellations and postponements were the result of damage to ...
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    3. Vital Bridges Fund-Raiser Changes Venues, Swaps Raffle for Auction [CHICAGO]

      Vital Bridges Fund-Raiser Changes Venues, Swaps Raffle for Auction [CHICAGO]
      Chefs in the City, a fund-raiser for Vital Bridges, took place at the Ritz-Carlton Chicago on July 15, offering tasting stations from more than 30 area chefs and raising $95,000. In previous years, the event has taken place at the Peninsula Hotel. "We moved due to the event's growth and popularity" over the last several years, said the organization's president and C.E.O., Debbie Hinde. "While ...
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    4. Brio Tuscan Grille: Venue\'s Second Las Vegas Outpost Offers Indoor-Outdoor Italian Dining [las Vegas]

      Brio Tuscan Grille: Venue\'s Second Las Vegas Outpost Offers Indoor-Outdoor Italian Dining [las Vegas]
      Brio Tuscan Grille, a Bravo Brio Restaurant Group concept, opened its second Las Vegas location in April at Tivoli Village. It's the first Brio Tuscan Grille to open in 2011 and the second this year for the restaurant group, which owns and operate 88 restaurants. The venue is right for client entertaining, and has a capacity of 340, with patio seating available. There are no private rooms at the ...
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    5. Jes Gordon From Bravo's 'Rocco's Dinner Party': Why TV Can't Really Get Event ...

      Jes Gordon From Bravo's 'Rocco's Dinner Party': Why TV Can't Really Get Event ...
      BizBashJes Gordon From Bravo's 'Rocco's Dinner Party': Why TV Can't Really Get Event ...BizBashI think this reveal will springboard into a lot of focus turning toward event production and experiential agencies for sure, and that in the next few years the industry will be taken more seriously. If you could develop a concept for an ...and more »
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    6. BlogWorld Launches First New York Expo With Partner BookExpo America [new York]

      BlogWorld Launches First New York Expo With Partner BookExpo America [new York]
      On the morning of May 23, the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center was teeming with people, hundreds of attendees heading to registration desks to get their badges for one of two business summits. For the first time this year, social media conference BlogWorld & New Media Expo colocated with BookExpo America, making its East Coast debut with three days, 200 speakers, 150 sessions, and more than 100 sponsors and exhibitors. The ...
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    7. For Larry Page, a How-to-Fix-Google List

      For Larry Page, a How-to-Fix-Google List
      Yesterday's announcement that Google's Eric Schmidt will be handing the CEO reins back to co-founder Larry Page came as a shock, but with the company's aura of invincibility fading, and its core business showing signs of age, the time was right for a change. There was "an example every hour," of how triumvirate decision-making by Schmidt, Page, and co-founder Segrey Brin was hurting the company, Schmidt said ...
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    A chief executive officer (CEO) or chief executive is the highest-ranking corporate officer, administrator, corporate administrator, executive, or executive officer in charge of total management of a corporation, company, organization, or agency, reporting to the Board of Directors and/or the Organization's Owner(s). In internal communication and press releases, many companies capitalize the term and those of other high positions, even when they are not proper nouns.