Hello and happy first day of October! Kick your week/month/fall of right with these five must reads:
1. NFL to Freeze Referees' Pension Plan Under Labor Agreement. The National Football League will freeze its pension plan covering referees at the end of the 2016 season under an agreement reached Sept. 26 that settles a highly publicized labor dispute.
2. U.S. Has More Jobs Than Initially Thought. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has revised their most recent job count and is now reporting that 452,000 new private sector jobs were created this past month. The September report will be released on October 5.
3. Resignation Media Hires CEO John Ellis to Run Tapiture. A new CEO is named, as Tapiture -
the “Pinerest” for men- continues to grow into the manly pin board leader.
4. Oracle is Taking On Amazon's Cloud Service. Larry Ellison announced that Oracle will now be offering “infrastructure as a service”, at the OpenWorld conference this past week in San Francisco.
5. The 2012 Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates, Live on YouTube. Over the course of the month of October viewers will be able to view the 2012 debates via YouTube for the first time since the site's launch, via the YouTube Elections Hub. The first livestream is schedule for Wed. October 3 – tune in!
Have a great week!