IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Butterfly has failed to pay the claims asserted by the Plans. Black Butterfly refuses, and continues to refuse, to pay the amounts due for unpaid contributions disclosed by the audit,” the lawsuit says.
The plaintiffs manage plans for the American Federal of Musicians, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Studio Transportation Drivers. They are seeking all unpaid damages, interest, audit costs and legal fees.
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Amazon pulls negative reviews of Megyn Kelly’s memoir
SEATTLE >> Amazon has suppressed a number of negative reviews of Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly’s new memoir. The Los Angeles Times reports more than 100 negative reviews of Kelly’s “Settle For More” appeared on the online retail giant’s site within hours of its release Nov. 15. The newspaper reports many of the comments came from a link from a pro-Trump Reddit forum.
Seattle-based Amazon removed some reviews from users it couldn’t verify had purchased the book.
Company spokeswoman Angie Newman says in a statement that “Amazon Customer Reviews must be product reviews and are designed to help customers make purchase decisions.”
Kelly and Republican Presidentelect Donald Trump had a contentious relationship during the campaign.
Publisher Harper-Collins tells the Times it alerted Amazon to the reviews.
Megyn Kelly poses for a portrait in New York.