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Sign in. Brett Gelman of " Stranger Things " and " Fleabag " unearths a comedy gem, reveals the movie he'd show aliens, and more. Watch now.
In desperate need of protein, Fernando attempts to catch a fish with his bare hands. Naked and Afraid. Cass and Shannon meet for the first time - naked in Belize - as they begin their day survival challenge.
A battle at the top of Barclays over profitability targets was the likely cause of former executive Tim Throsby's removal from the bank after he repeatedly clashed with CEO Jes Staley. Throsby was head of Barclays investment banking unit until last month with the former JPMorgan executive removed after failing to meet profitability targets that were deemed "sacrosanct" by Staley, according to the Financial Times. Barclays employees suggested that Staley and Throsby had clashed over the issue, if not from day one but day two, according to the Financial Times.
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It was Tim Evanicki, the new Artistic Director of the theatre tasked with filling the seat cabaret-style theatre on weekends. Evanicki co-wrote a show called "Bathhouse: The Musical! Knowing that he had to start off his tenure at the theatre with a bang, he had to decide which show that would be. The show ran at the Footlight Theatre for a total of 24 performances, either at or near sell-out each performance.
When is a nude not a nude? But now that he's gone, those questions are being asked. The banker in question is Tim Throsbythe former head of Barclays' investment bank who was suddenly ousted last week.