时间:2019年12月08日 09:12:09

Words of wisdom from power players By Patricia Sellers It was a power-packed Sunday. Usain Bolt beat his own world record. Y.E. Yang came out of obscurity to trounce Tiger Woods in the PGA Championship. Don Draper returned, tortured as ever. So many juicy Power Points–our es of the day–to choose from. So why not kick off a slow summer week with a whole bunch of ‘em, from sports to business to politics… — Patricia Sellers and Jessica Shambora “You never know in life, this might be my last win as a golfer.” — Y.E. Yang, after beating Tiger Woods. This was the first time ever that Woods had the lead going into the final round of a major, and lost. Yang, from South Korea, seemed humble, relaxed, even zen-like throughout the nail-biting final holes. Yang said afterwards: “Tiger’s good, but he could always have a bad day. Guess this is one of those days.” “ me, it was all about going and winning, because I knew these guys were y.” — Usain Bolt, Jamaican track star, after setting a new 0-meter sprint record of 9.58 seconds at the World Track and Field championships yesterday. Instead of aiming to break his own world record, Bolt says he went into the race focused on beating his rivals. Maybe a good business lesson there. “I keep going different places, and always winding up where I’ve aly been.” — Mad Men’s Don Draper, played by Jon Hamm, on last night’s premiere of the riveting AMC show’s third season. (Yes, we love it.) The anti-Usain Bolt, the iconic ’60s ad man is haunted by his past and can’t move past it. “What you carry on your belt is now your MP3 player, will be your plasma TV, is your social-networking machine, is your Internet terminal, your camera, your personal navigation device.” — Research in Motion (RIMM) co-CEO Jim Balsillie, from Jessi Hempel’s cover story in the current issue of tune . RIM is No. 1 on tune’s just-released list of 0 Fastest-Growing Companies. “I’ve been putting sand in my salad; I eat sand.” — Shaquille O’Neal, about taking on Olympic beach volleyball Gold medalists Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh in “Shaq Vs.,” his new primetime reality show in which he tries to beat the world’s greatest athletes at their own games. Shaq, who identifies himself as “Very Quotatious” on his Twitter page, told the New York Times, “I want to thank both these beautiful ladies accepting this challenge. I hope they don’t mess up their nails too much.” The show premieres tomorrow night on A (DIS). “I encourage you to love your animals — whatever animals you have, whether it’s a dog, a cat, a reptile, if it’s a horse. I encourage you to love that animal dearly and with all your heart.” — Michael Vick, ex-con and Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback, struggling to make amends his involvement in running a dog-fighting operation. (Love your reptiles? Paging the PR police!!) “We are just a small little company that has gone through some challenging times that is trying to find a way to come up with ideas that will connect with an audience.”– Tim Armstrong, the new CEO of AOL, on his efts to revitalize the struggling web pioneer as it prepares to split from parent TimeWarner (TWX). “It has become pretty clear that advertising alone is not going to sustain on-line business models. Quality journalism has to be paid .” — John Ridding, CEO of The Financial Times, in the New York Times, on the paper’s 01 decision to charge ers access to its website. Now that other publishers are looking to do the same, Ridding is enjoying the company. “It was pretty lonely out there while in paid land.” “Specter got it all wrong that I ever used words ‘death boards.’ Even liberal press never accused me of that. So change ur last Tweet Arlen.” — Chuck Grassley, Republican Senator of Iowa, to Democratic Senator Arlen Specter on Twitter. The two were feuding about health-care rem, specifically end-of-life care. “One of my colleagues locks the door at the meeting start. Trust me, no one ever arrives late a second time.” — Mattel (MAT) CEO Bob Eckert, in “The Best Advice I Ever Got” in the new issue of tune. 8195

In the age of reality television, many are left wondering where the glitz and glamour of old time Hollywood has gone, including Nicole Kidman.在电视真人秀时代,许多人想知道好莱坞过去星光灿烂的明星们去哪了,包括妮可#86;基德曼;I actually dont even know what a movie star is now – what is a movie star?; she asks in the Hollywood Reporter.“实际上我甚至不知道现在什么是电影明星——什么是电影明星?”她在《好莱坞报道中问道;When the best female part of the year is Claire Danes in Homeland, you know the game changed. Maybe in the 50, there was a far more particular idea a movie star. But now that all blurry – everything more fluid,; she says.“当今年大部分时候最佳女性是在《国土安全中的克莱尔,你知道游戏在改变也许在50年代,对电影明星有一个更特定的想法但现在都是模糊的——一切都更加易变,”她说Although the Oscar winning actress, 5, has led an illustrious life on and off screen, her -year marriage to Tom Cruise (which ended in 00) is still a topic of conversation.尽管这位奥斯卡获奖女演员,5岁,荧幕内外都过着显赫的生活,她与汤姆#86;克鲁斯年的婚姻(截至00年)仍然是谈论的话题;Ive chosen not to speak publicly about Scientology. I have two children [adopted with Cruise] who are Scientologists – Connor [the Red Dawn actor is now ] and Isabella [] – and I utterly respect their beliefs,; she says.“我选择不公开谈论科学教我有两个孩子(与克鲁斯领养的)都信科学教-康纳[这位《赤色黎明的演员现在岁了]和伊莎贝拉[岁]——我完全尊重他们的信仰,”她说But Kidman – who is now married to country singer and American Idol judge Keith Urban – is no stranger to controversy herself. In The Paperboy, a scene in which she urinates on Zac Efron has raised some eyebrows, but she insists it no big deal.但基德曼——现在嫁给了乡村歌手也是“美国偶像”的评委凯斯#86;厄本,她自己对争议并不陌生在《报童中,一个场景中她尿淋扎克-埃夫隆也引起了一些非议,但她坚持认为这没什么大不了的;I just don’t find urination shocking,; she says. ;I think I peed in the beginning of Eyes Wide Shut, too. But then, I don’t find a lot of things shocking! Violence is a lot more shocking than sex – sex is primal.;“我只是不觉得排尿令人震惊,”她说“我想我在《大开眼戒的开始也尿过但那时我没有发现很多令人震惊的事情!暴力比性更令人震惊——性是原始的”She continues to say: ;As an actor, you live and die by your choices. I don’t associate with mainstream films anymore. I don’t do so well in them, either. I guess I have a foot in both worlds. I’ve been offered some studio films this year and turned them down. They just didn’t align with who I am.”她继续说:“作为一个演员你与你的选择生死与共我不再与主流电影相联系了我也没有在里面做的那么好我想我有一只脚踏在两个世界我今年已经被邀请了一些工作室电影,但拒绝了他们的请求他们只是没有与我是谁相结合”But while their lives play out in the spotlight, Kidman says that she and Urban choose to keep their relationship and careers separate.但尽管他们生活在聚光灯下,基德曼说她和Urban选择让他们的关系和事业分开;[Keith] has a strong will about his career, and so do I. We want each other to thrive and do what we love, and never interfere in the other career choices,; she says.“[基斯]有强烈的事业心,我也一样我们希望彼此事业蒸蒸日上,做我们所爱的事,不干涉彼此的职业选择,”她说 01

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