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Jack Daniel Distillery names new Master Distiller

The Jack Daniel Distillery announced Wednesday the grandson of a longtime Master Distiller, Chris Fletcher, will take over that role with the company.

LYNCHBURG, Tenn. — The Jack Daniel Distillery announced Wednesday the grandson of a longtime Master Distiller will take over that role with the company.

Chris Fletcher, 39, will be carrying on the family tradition as Master Distiller of the iconic Tennessee whiskey brand. He is the grandson of former Master Distiller Frank Bobo, who served in the role from 1966 until his retirement in 1989.

Fletcher had previously served as Assistant Master Distiller for six years and will be responsible for the overall quality of Jack Daniel’s from “grain to glass,” innovation and serve as a global ambassador.

In addition, he will oversee the distillery’s new “Distillers in Training” program which recruits, teaches and mentors the next generation of whiskey makers.

“For the past six years, Chris

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Protiviti’s Matthew Moore and Daniel O’Keefe Honored by Consulting Magazine

MENLO PARK, Calif., Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Two Protiviti leaders have been recognized by Consulting magazine for their impact on the consulting profession. Matthew Moore, a Protiviti managing director, has been named to the 2020 Top 25 Consultants list in the Leadership category. Daniel O’Keefe, a Protiviti senior managing director, has been honored with Consulting’s Lifetime Achievement Award as a tribute to his accomplishments over four decades in the profession.

Based in Protiviti’s Charlotte, North Carolina office, Moore is the firm’s global risk and compliance practice leader, which includes advising chief risk officers and risk, compliance and control functions at many of the top banks in the financial services industry. He is also a driver of Protiviti’s ‘next generation’ risk and compliance offerings, designed to help clients respond more effectively to dynamic business environments by leveraging intelligent automation, enhanced risk identification and data visualization techniques.


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iRetailCheck Names Daniel O’Meara As UK Business Development Manager

iRetailCheck has announced that Daniel O’Meara will be joining the company as its UK business development manager.

O’Meara brings extensive knowledge of retail operations, which will contribute significantly to expand the company’s market presence in key retail markets, the company said.

Commenting on his new role, O’Meara, said, “I’m looking forward to answering UK retail needs with iRetailCheck Deep Learning AI Video solutions. It’s the right tool for these challenging times.”

Tom Symons, CEO and founder of iRetailCheck, stated, “We’re pleased to have Daniel [O’Meara] on-board. His customer-focused ‘can do’ approach is just what we need to answer increased demand from the UK market.

“We see Daniel’s local presence as instrumental to ensuring that we meet customer expectations.”

Growing awareness about the impact of theft at staffed and Self-Checkouts (SCO) in retail has led to increased demand from retailers across Europe for iRetailCheck Deep Learning AI technology.

iRetailCheck delivers real-time

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Who Is Daniel Silva? Facts About ‘Ink Master’ Star Sentenced In Corey La Barrie’s Death Case


  • Daniel Silva had previous run-ins with the law before his arrest in May for the death of YouTuber Corey La Barrie
  • He was arrested at 19 for being involved in the drug trade
  • Silva gained popularity following his appearance in Season 10 of “Ink Master”

“Ink Master” star Daniel Silva had previous run-ins with the law before he was sentenced to a year of jail time for his involvement in the death of YouTuber Corey La Barrie on Tuesday.

Silva, a 27-year-old popular tattoo artist, revealed in a previous interview with Disrupt Magazine that he did not have an easy time during his high school days. Following his parents’ divorce, Silva took to the streets and got involved in the drug trade, which saw him being sent to a juvenile hall with a five-month sentence and six months of house arrest.

After his release, he was disowned and

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Business group slams Daniel Andrews

Victoria’s business boss has slammed Premier Daniel Andrews for refusing to allow businesses in Melbourne to trade as normal for another eight weeks, claiming he didn’t see the decision coming.

The Premier on Sunday announced the state’s “road map” out of coronavirus lockdown, which would keep retail stores in metropolitan Melbourne closed until October 26 – and only if case numbers had been at an average of five per day for the two weeks prior.

In regional Victoria, retail can reopen, with restrictions on capacity, on September 14.

Paul Guerra, the CEO of Victoria’s Chamber of Commerce, said on Sunday the Premier’s road map was a “road to nowhere” and businesses were being “decimated” by the tough restrictions.

Mr Guerra on Monday revealed hospitality and tourism operators had his phone ringing off the hook on Sunday afternoon, but it was mum and dad operators of small businesses he was most

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