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TYPE ::MOUNTAIN BIKERaymond Leppard, a conductor who resuscitated moribund 17th-century operas in helping to nurture a major revival of interest in Baroque music, and who went on to a wider career as a guest conductor of major orchestras and the longtime music director of the Indianapolis Symphony, died on Tuesday in Indianapolis. He was 92. The company's also expanding its retail presence into GameStop retail stores, in an effort to draw gamers too.
BRAND ::SPORTS SCOTTYPartners, all of whom were white and most of whom were male, called me into their offices to talk about how the firm tried to find and recruit “qualified” minority candidates. Uh huh. Meanwhile, my office mate, a black man and fellow summer associate, was routinely mistaken for a copier repairman by associates and partners alike. He did not return to the firm after the summer. This story was originally published on April 25.
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