At a store called Whistle, owner Yoshihiko Watanabe has a rare pair of 1985 black and white “Dynasty” Nike shoes on display for $1,300. He found them in a small shop in New Jersey a few years ago while on a scavenging trip along the East Coast. Lately, though, Watanabe said, it has been harder to find bargains while on buying trips abroad..
Officer Antoine Williams filed a federal lawsuit against the city and Halstead, alleging he was the victim of race discrimination, harassment and a hostile work environment. Previously, Williams was arrested and later fired by the Police Department after allegations arose that he had stolen four pairs of Nike sneakers and a video game during a police raid on a known drug house. A jury later acquitted him of the theft accusations.
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When we see something that seems out of place, we say something. We believe in the power of our team; together we make this a great place to work and learn. In order to comment here, you acknowledge you have read and agreed to our Terms of Service. Andrew “Chubby” Chandler is a former professional golfer who set up agency ISMThe 58 year old manages the likes of Ernie Els, Rory McIlroy and Lee WestwoodISM represents major champions Louis Oosthuizen and Charl SchwartzelChandler’s growing influence has sparked concerns that he is too powerful in golf(CNN) Where would Tiger Woods be without his agent? The golfer’s crown as one of the world’s wealthiest and most successful sportsmen may have slipped somewhat, but he knows who helped get him there in the first place.When Mark Steinberg departed from IMG last month after his contract expired, Woods decided to stick with the man he has worked with since 1998 rather than stay with the company that has done more than most to boost golfers’ incomes.The move underlined the importance that such “super agents” have in the modern game of golf. The focus of the game may always be the battle fought on fairways and greens, but the side of the sport that is away from public gaze is of increasing importance.Whether it’s navigating the pitfalls of fame, cutting lucrative behind the scenes deals with sponsors, managing media appearances or just providing support to an athlete on a long, grueling Tour agents are crucial to the life of a top golfer. Open, you will no doubt notice Andrew “Chubby” Chandler.