Jan. 6 Committee Has ‘Far More Information,’ Hinting at More Hearings

  • January 6 committee aids said Wednesday they haven’t ruled out the possibility of more public hearings.
  • Thursday’s primetime hearing will be the eighth session held to investigate the Capitol attack.
  • “We have far more information than we could ever present to the American people,” a committee aide said.

As the House Select Committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol nears its next big public hearing on Thursday, panel staffers are suggesting they might not be done just yet.

Thanks to an influx of evidence, committee aids said on Wednesday that more hearings are not “off the table” as they have “far more information than we could ever present to the American people.”

Thursday’s primetime hearing will detail the 187 minutes in former President Donald Trump’s day when he was out of the public eye in the White House. It comes following seven previous

Commercializing Your Startup’s Big Secret Without Losing Its Value | Insights

Congratulations! Your startup is developing a revolutionary product or service that has the potential to transform an industry. Whatever the nature of that new product or service, at its core is an innovation – perhaps an algorithm, a concept, a formula or a compilation of data – that represents a major investment of effort and resources on your part. Now you get to showcase your innovation to prospective investors and other third parties in order to bring your startup to the next level.

But there’s a catch. How can you let others in on your big, exciting innovation without compromising it? And how can you protect your innovation without breaking the bank?

In this two-post series, we first outline how trade secret law protects valuable business information such as the innovation discussed above. In the second post, we offer a primary on identifying and maintaining trade secrets, cognizant of a

Lucidea Press Publishes New Book for Special Librarians & Information Specialists

VANCOUVER, British Columbia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Lucidea has announced that knowledge management expert Stan Garfield’s new book, Lucidea’s Lens: Special Librarians & Information Specialists; The Five Cs of KM, will be available in July, 2022. The latest publication from Lucidea Press offers pragmatic advice from Mr. Garfield, a seasoned KM expert and consultant, author of Proven Practices for Promoting a Knowledge Management Programregular blogger, and popular webinar presenter.

This book is about knowledge management in special libraries and information centers, structured around the Five Cs: Capture, Curate, Connect, Collaborate, and Create. These calls to action, presented with detailed examples, provide special libraries and other information specialists with a new way to think about content, products, and services. The fundamentals of knowledge management—applied in a special library or information center setting—benefit the parent organization by offering clear strategic advantage and significant benefits.

Stan Garfield is a knowledge management expert, author,

Bobby Aflatooni Joins Dollar Tree, Inc. as Chief Information Officer

CHESAPEAKE, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dollar Tree, Inc. (NASDAQ: DLTR) today announced a key executive leadership addition, as Bobby Aflatooni has joined the organization as Chief Information Officer.

“I am pleased to announce that Bobby Aflatooni has joined Dollar Tree as our new CIO. Bobby is a proven leader with a strong track-record of delivering results and leading multiple system transformations,” stated Mike Witynski, President and Chief Executive Officer. “The technology investments we will make over the next several years will be critical to our success as we enable our people, simplify work streams and accelerate our growth.”

Mr. Aflatooni most recently served as Executive Vice President, Chief Information Officer for The Howard Hughes Corporation, responsible for leading all information technology strategies and operations across the company’s portfolio. Prior to joining HHC in August 2018, Mr. Aflatooni held leadership positions at another large value retailer, as Vice President of IT Operations,

I Don’t Share Info With My Husband

  • Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that her venture capitalist husband has “absolutely not” traded using information she’s given him.
  • Her husband, Paul Pelosi, has invested millions in 19 different companies since 2021.
  • Congress is currently debating if they and their spouses should even be allowed to trade individual stocks.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday denied that her husband made stock trades based on any information she’s given him.

“Absolutely not,” Pelosi, a Democrat from California, said at a press conference after a reporter asked whether her husband, Paul Pelosi, had ever invested in stocks using “information he had received from you.”

Pelosi’s husband is a successful venture capitalist and serial investor. Since 2021, Insider found that he’s made tens of millions of dollars in stock and stock option trades together involving 19 companies.

The speaker reported in July that her husband recently exercised 200 call options,