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Travel + Leisure Poaches Self's Melissa Ventosa Martin as Fashion Director – WWD

Monday, February 29th, 2016:

[ad_1] Travel + Leisure has hired away fashion director Melissa Ventosa Martin from Self. Ventosa Martin will join the Time Inc.-owned travel glossy as its fashion director on March 7. T+L editor Nathan Lump confirmed the appointment, adding: “In the past year Travel + Leisure has been more engaged with fashion and style than at any point in its 40-plus year history.” Lump praised Ventosa Martin’s “fresh thinking on what fashion means in a travel context” and “her skills as a stylist” and “her sophisticated taste and intelligence.” Last spring Lump unveiled T+L’s new look in print and in digital, emphasizing […] Read More →

LPSB to hear on Career Center, Moss Prep futures – The Daily Advertiser

Monday, February 29th, 2016:

[ad_1] Carpentry students at the W.D and Mary Baker Smith Career Center work on a new building for Edgar Martin Middle School in 2008.(Photo: File photo) Lafayette Parish School Board members will hear new reports Tuesday about two of the district’s specialized programs. At an executive committee workshop, district officials will review the offerings at the W.D. and Mary Baker Smith Career Center “in regards to current enrollment numbers, capacity of the facility and future plans to meet the impending needs of Jump Start,” according to board documents. Jump Start is the state’s career and technical education program. State officials are […] Read More →

Argentina Debt Deal Poised to Deliver Big Payday to Holdouts

Monday, February 29th, 2016:

[ad_1] Updated Feb. 29, 2016 6:36 p.m. ET Argentina has reached a preliminary agreement to end one of the longest and most contentious battles over government debt in history, potentially handing a big payday to hedge funds that held out for a decade and a half. The government agreed in principle on Sunday to pay $4.65 billion to Paul Singer’s Elliott Management Corp. and three other hedge funds to settle their claims on the country’s defaulted sovereign bonds, according to Daniel Pollack, a mediator charged by a U.S. judge with overseeing settlement of the dispute. The agreement still has to […] Read More →

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