One film writer stated that "I personally worry that a studio this big will need the press less and less. I don't think anything drastic will change immediately, but I think it is more important than ever for entertainment reporters to uphold journalistic values. We are not their PR arms, no matter how much they'd like us to be." Another film reporter said, "As a critic, I've had Disney tell me they don't want to invite me to [its] film because I didn't like the last one. It really scares me to watch them get even more power."
Anyone who collects air miles can potentially use them to book last-minute flights.You can get some help figuring out where your miles can take you with a site like UsingMiles. The site allows you to add all of your loyalty programs to your personal dashboard, at which point UsingMiles manages them for you all in the same place. But in terms of travel, search for a flight or a hotel room and the site will show you the lowest paid flights and hotel rooms as well as award availability in all of your programs.
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Beyond that, look for a Black Friday-style assortment of deals in pretty much every category. There will undoubtedly be a few standouts: In 2017, Amazon offered sweet deals on a Motorola Moto G5 Plus ($210 at Amazon) phone and a 55-inch 4K TV with built-in Fire TV, for example. But don't get too carried away -- many of the discounts are no better than what you'll find in the average Amazon Gold Box daily deals.
In response to the Disney–Fox deal, Analyst Andy Hargreaves of KeyBanc Capital Markets Inc. downgraded Fox's stock from overweight to Sector Weight with no assigned price target. Hargreaves said that although the merger is positive for both companies, it comes with a high antitrust risk due to Disney's potential share of theatrical revenue, its share of domestic cable assets, its strong position in sports, and its power to already force preferential deals with cable, satellite, and theater owners.
Business travellers will love Shangri-la Hotel’s 5 star state of the art business and meeting equipment and facilities. There is a comprehensive business centre with business support, secretarial services, photocopying, faxing and printing services, courier services, and a private quiet meeting room is available with computers and other digital hardware. Hold your function or business event in one of 15 different meeting rooms or locations including Tides Seafood & Grill, poolside, Trinity Meeting Rooms, Marlin Meeting Rooms, and Shangri-La Ballrooms.
Well established tourist resorts or major cities are among the destinations recommended for last minute travel. Both are likely to have a large number of scheduled flights from multiple airports. There is also likely to be a number of major airlines traveling these routs so you will be able to take advantage of competition in prices when you book last minute travel.
3 months of Audible for $4.95 per month. The standard subscription rate for Amazon's audiobook service: $14.95 per month. Right now, Prime subscribers can get the first three months for $4.95 each, a total savings of $30. Interestingly, there's nothing to indicate this is for new subscribers only, so if you've tried Audible in the past, you may be able to get this deal.