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LVMH Pledges to Promote Women to Executive Positions; New York City Opera Performers Rebuke Management

Fashion Forward: LVMH signaled its commitment to promoting more women to senior executive positions by signing a voluntary pledge, vowing to increase the proportion of women on its corporate boards to 30 percent by 2015. (WWD)

Disputes: The Louisville Orchestra musicians said they would unanimously reject a blunt offer from the orchestra’s management to perform on a “per-service model” or risk losing their positions. (Courier Journal)

Discord: New York City Opera unveiled plans for a four-opera season in the face of sharp rebukes from its performers, who accused the administration of transforming the company into a freelance troupe. (Wall Street Journal)

Dance, Dance, Tech Revolution: A mix of Russia’s Mariinsky Theatre and 3-D technology brings “Giselle” to the big screen. (Washington Post)

In Demand: New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art announced it will extend the hours of its Alexander McQueen “Savage Beauty” exhibit. (New York Times)

Money, Honey: Harry Connick Jr. may earn $100,000 a week for performing in Broadway’s”On a Clear Day You Can See Forever”? (New York Post)


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