RNC Taps Conway, Masters to ‘Review’ Strategy After Underwhelming Midterms

Republicans are headed back to the drawing board after disappointing midterm results resulted in more of a red ripple than a red wave. Politico reports that the Republican National Committee has launched an internal review of the party’s tactics in the recent election, ushering in an outside panel of nearly a dozen advisers to assess what went wrong and guide future strategy. That board reportedly includes former Trump White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, evangelical lobbyist Tony Perkins, and failed 2022 Senate candidate Blake Masters, according to Politico. “As we assess the midterms and plan for 2024, we are gathering a diverse range of respected leaders in our movement to join together and help chart a winning course in the years to come,” RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel said in a statement. “I am thrilled that this talented group of Republicans will be shoulder to shoulder with us as we work to grow our party, hold Democrats accountable, and elect Republicans.” The committee is expected to publish its findings in the first half of 2023.Read it at Politico
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A-COLD-WALL* Taps Rapper Lancey Foux For Converse Collab Campaign

A-COLD-WALL* founder and designer Samuel Ross has unveiled a new maximalist silhouette with Converse, building on collaborative Chuck 70 and Aeon Active CX models released earlier this year. Paying homage to the infamous Chuck Taylor All-Star through an avant-garde lens, the Geo Forma is showcased via an exclusive video campaign...
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Brookfield Asset Management taps Amazon's AWS to boost digital transition

Brookfield Asset Management (NYSE:BAM) has picked Amazon Web Services, a subsidiary of e-commerce giant Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), as a cloud provider to accelerate its digital transition as well as enhance its renewable energy operations, AWS said Tuesday. As part.

Lombardo taps Kieckhefer to be Chief of Staff

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (KOLO) - Incoming Nevada Governor Joe Lombardo has nominated Ben Kieckhefer to be his Chief of Staff. Kieckhefer served on the state Senate for three consecutive terms, representing Washoe and Carson City. He first assumed office in 2011. “I’m honored to join Governor-elect Lombardo’s administration,” said incoming...

Explain In Detail About Types Of Thread Taps

Thread taps are tools specifically for cutting the female portion of a pair of mating metal fasteners. The masculine sections are cut with a die, on the other hand. Dice are used to cutting bolts, while taps are used to cut nuts. Taps can also create threads in a hole, making it easier for a bolt to fit through.

Marsh taps global head of private equity and M&A

Global insurance broker Marsh has announced the appointment of Paul Knowles (pictured above) as global head of the private equity and M&A (PEMA) practice for Marsh Specialty, effective Jan. 1. Knowles is currently the head of Marsh Specialty for Continental Europe. In his new role, he will report to Lucy...

GSF Car Parts Taps Sukhbir Kapoor as President & COO

GSF Car Parts announced Sukhbir Kapoor has been appointed as its President and COO. He will also serve as an executive director of Canadian parent company Uni-Select Plc, effective January 3, 2023. In his new role, Sukhbir will lead GSF, a business that currently runs 180 branches across the UK,...

Telstra Taps Katy Greenfield to Lead Customer Solutions for the Americas

Experienced technology operations and sales leader to drive Telstra’s development of market-focused network connectivity technologies and services. Telstra has named Katy Greenfield as Vice President of Customer Solutions for the Americas. She will lead a specialized team working directly with enterprises across the region to develop customized network connectivity products and services.

Governor-elect Lombardo taps former state senator Ben Kieckhefer as chief of staff

RENO, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) — Former Nevada state senator Ben Kieckhefer has been tapped to become Governor-elect Joe Lombardo's chief of staff. “I’m delighted to announce Ben Kieckhefer as my incoming Chief of Staff today,” said Governor-elect Joe Lombardo. “Ben has dedicated his life and career to the service of Nevadans, and there is no one more qualified or better prepared for this role. I know that Ben’s exceptional leadership, unmatched integrity, and extensive legislative experience will be an important part of our success in Carson City.”

Norfund, TPG-backed Fourth Partner Energy taps another offshore investor

Fourth Partner Energy, an Indian renewable energy company floated by former executives of mid-market private equity firm Avigo Capital, is looking to tap another international investor. The development comes a year after the company roped in Norfund, the Norwegian investment fund for developing countries, and private equity firm TPG’s impact […]
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US taps interim manager for struggling Jackson water system

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The federal government filed a proposal Tuesday to appoint a manager for the troubled water system in Mississippi's capital city, which nearly collapsed in late summer and continues to struggle. The Justice Department said in a news release that the proposal is meant to be...

CrossTower Taps into Prime Brokerage with New Acquisition, BEQUANT

CrossTower, a New York-based cryptocurrency exchange , has agreed to acquire BEQUANT, a prime brokerage and digital asset exchange. Neither of the companies disclosed the financial terms of the deal. Announced on Monday, the closure of the deal will bring more than 600 professional exchange clients, generating a turnover of...

Marin County taps new director of finance

Mina Martinovich, a veteran of county finance, has assumed a new role as head of the department after taking the reins from her boss, who retired after more than 30 years this spring. Hired by Roy Given in June 2011, Martinovich served seven years as assistant director of finance before...