The Daily Populous

Tuesday December 24th, 2019 night edition

image for Guess who paid for Donald Trump's crazy-corrupt Mar-a-Lago Christmas party? We did

By Saturday he was throwing down at the Mar-a-Lago Studio 54 Party, alongside his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.

Life was much simpler when all he had to worry about was outrunning frustrated bankers and angry women.

Now he's trying to outrun the U.S. Congress and the verdict of history, which is undoubtedly not quite as much fun.

Instead, he appeared at a big gathering of the Trumpen Youth at the Turning Point USA yearly meeting.

The president of the United States spending Christmas with a war criminal makes you feel all roasting-chestnuts warm inside, doesn't it?.

You can always count on the Christian right to be filled with the spirit of Jesus at Christmas time.

Trump plays more golf than any president in history — and insists on his own courses so he can pocket the revenues himself. »

Boeing fires embattled CEO Dennis Muilenburg

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Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg has been fired, the company announced Monday morning.

CFO Greg Smith will serve as interim CEO until Calhoun takes on the role on Jan. 13.

Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg arrives to testify at a hearing in front of congressional lawmakers on Capitol Hill in Washington, Oct. 30, 2019. »

Alamo Drafthouse Revenues Climb Despite Box Office Downturn

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The theater chain, which has 41 locations across the country, played 2,083 different films over the past 12 months.

Comparatively, the next highest number of movies offered by an exhibitor chain is 1,142 films.

League believes that patrons remain loyal to Alamo Drafthouse because the theater chain works to foster a sense of community. »

Three French executives convicted in the suicides of 35 of their workers

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Paris: Three former executives of a French telecommunications giant have been found guilty of creating a corporate culture so toxic that 35 of their employees were driven to suicide in the mid-2000s.

The charge in the historic case: "harcelement moral institutionnel" or "institutional moral harassment".

It is the first time a French company of Orange's size has been held to account for this type of workplace bullying. »