Why Jamie Dimon apologized to Elizabeth Warren

new York CNN Business — JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon testified on Capitol Hill Thursday for the second straight day. This time, he faced his longtime critic Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Warren began her line of questioning by asking how many instances of fraud had been reported to his bank from customers using Zelle, a popular … Read more

Quinta Brunson Steals The Emmy Spotlight Back at ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

One of the bigger controversies to emerge from a relatively muted Emmys 2022 was Jimmy Kimmel‘s onstage presence during Quinta Brunson‘s acceptance speech. After winning the outstanding writing for a comedy series Emmy for Abbott Elementary, Kimmel played dead at her feet as part of an ongoing bit. “Jimmy, wake up, I won,” Brunson joked … Read more

Australian CEO Called Emilia Clarke a “Short, Dumpy Girl” at the ‘House of the Dragon’ Premiere

House of the Dragon had a bit of a rocky takeoff, at least Down Under. At the Sydney premiere for the game of Thrones prequel series, Patrick Delany, the CEO of Australian television company Foxtel, reportedly made some firing remarks about game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke, calling her a “short, dumpy girl.” Per Australian … Read more

Sam Elliott Apologizes For His ‘Power of the Dog’ Criticism: “I Wasn’t Very Articulate”

Sam Elliott is back in the saddle again. More than a month after harshly criticizing 12-time Oscar nominee The Power of the Dogcalling it a “piece of shit” and questioning its “allusions to homosexuality,” the actor has apologized. When asked to address the controversy at Sunday’s deadline Contenders TV panel, where he was promoting his … Read more

Prince William expresses ‘profound sorrow’ over slavery in Jamaica speech

CNN — Prince William has condemned slavery as “abhorrent” and said “it should never have happened” in a speech in Jamaica on Wednesday night. Speaking at a dinner hosted by the country’s Governor General, the Duke of Cambridge echoed remarks made by his father Prince Charles in November denouncing slavery but stopped short of apologizing … Read more