“I will not work overtime, period!” A TV drama that has captured the attention of Japan has a simple plotline: Can an employee leave work at 6 p.m. sharp and make it to happy hour? It has resonated in a country with a sometimes dangerous work ethic. Mr. Jackson, 42, is a commissioner on the United States Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington. He is currently on public service leave from the faculty of the N.Y.U. School of Law, where he specializes in corporate law and financial regulation. He previously served in the Obama administration as a counselor to senior Treasury Department officials during the financial crisis.
But their edge over Ms. Harris (who raised 1,000 in New York in the first quarter) was small compared with Ms. Harris’s dominance in California. There, she raised .3 million last quarter; no other Democrat raised 0,000, records show. Cathay Pacific, Singapore and Ethiopian also train young people in ab initio programs. By sponsoring the training or making arrangements for them to receive tuition loans, these carriers have eliminated one of the biggest hurdles — cost.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
Clichés about Long Island don’t hold much water in Sea Cliff. Ice Mania.
Batsheva Hay found fame designing what were popularly referred to as prairie dresses, modest little frocks in Laura Ashley fabrics. She has often played up the sweetness inherent in the premise, as she did last season, when she staged a fashion presentation as old diner, with model-waitresses bearing French fries. Initially, I attempted to ignore this change. One, I didn’t want to rock the boat. Our relationship was in a new and precarious position. Two, I figured that as children enter adolescence, they begin to understand that their parents are just people.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
Log InPossibly we have sentences on our mind this week because of Lucy Ellmann’s new novel, “Ducks, Newburyport,” a Booker Prize finalist that channels the voice of an Ohio housewife through a monologue that consists largely of a single 1,000-page sentence. (It may be worth noting that the author’s father, Richard Ellmann, wrote the definitive biography of James Joyce.) Other fiction we recommend this week includes Salman Rushdie’s latest, itself a Booker finalist, along with two novels about the surveillance state and one based on an 18th-century social experiment in extreme isolation. Hyperbole is also popular in subject lines. “INCREDIBLE news” can mean, as it did in an email from Mr. Bennet’s campaign May 18, “Michael only announced his candidacy two weeks ago but he’s already met the polling threshold in two of the three qualifying polls he needs!!!” (The threshold is 1 percent, and one of the polls had been released more than two months earlier.)