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European food fish

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This is a great opportunity for me to return to writing and reporting full time," Brill said.
Brill founded the award-winning American Lawyer magazine in 1979, following distinguished work as a columnist (for Esquire and New York magazines) and as author of the best selling book, "The Teamsters.
With one chapter of his life closed, by Steven Brill, the hard-nosed, enterprising journalist who founded American Lawyer Media and Court TV, is ready for yet another challenge.
Several tightly focused roundtables featured Martin Nisenholtz, CEO, New York Times Digital; Steven Brill, CEO, Brill's Content and Contentville.
Gen Yers are challenging employers to adapt to their lifestyles and work habits, and these companies exemplify those characteristics, bridging generational gaps," said Kevin Carlson, CEO of Brill Street.
Enova employees, who were surveyed by Brill Street as part of the award process, gave their employer top ratings for professional development and opportunities for growth, on-site amenities, and employee satisfaction with company culture.
17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Brill Street announces the 2013 Top 50 Employers for Gen Y Emerging Talent in Chicago.