DC loses his GM: Daniel Cherry III resigned

DC loses his GM: Daniel Cherry III resigned

DC loses his GM

Starting as a rumor, from the usual deep-seated bleedingcool, in a few hours yesterday evening the news was confirmed that Daniel Cherry III resigned from the position of GM (general manager) and senior vice president of DC.

Daniel Cherry III resigned

DC loses his GM: Daniel Cherry III resigned

Arrived 18 months ago in DC to replace the reviled Dan DiDio, Daniel Cherry III would resign with immediate effect to reunite with the rapper Kanye West, with whom he had already worked with in the past, to start a new startup. Cherry was arriving in DC in September 2020 with a respectable curriculum with deep experiences in the Esports section of Blizzard Activision and for the NHL team of the New Jersey Devils but also with the reputation of corporate shark.

And in fact, after his appointment, the DC has entered a phase of profound restructuring that has led to an avalanche of layoffs that have also involved historical members of the publishing house. In light of this, however, 2021 was a positive year for DC both from an editorial point of view, which Cherry III has only touched in a tangent way, its merit would be the agreement for the publication of a crossover miniseries between Batman and Fortnite, which multimedia with a strong expansion of the brand and very profitable projects such as the agreements with Netflix for the television adaptations and those with Audible for the adaptation of The Sandman.

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We remind you that Warner Bros. and DC will change ownership in the coming months from the telecommunications giant AT&T to a merger with the Discovery, Inc. group

Delphi salaried retirees say fight for lost pensions is far from over

FLINT, Mich. (WJRT) – It is case closed for a long legal battle for former Delphi salaried workers who've spent more than a decade fighting for their pensions.

The U.S. Supreme Court recently denied the retirees' request that the justices review their case, meaning the termination of the pension benefits will stand.

“Michigan's really gotten whacked and these withheld pension dollars are really dollars that really should go in the pockets of people who live in, in the Saginaw Flint area, to use in their retirement right to get them through the stage of life,” Ron Bieber, board member with the Delphi Salaried Retirees Association said.

Bieber worked for GM and Delphi for 40 years. He saw his pension cut during the General Motors bankruptcy in 2009.

Since then the pension plan has been under the government run Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. Thirteen years later and he's still advocating to get those earned wages back.

“You put in a lot of time you don't get compensated and you do that because you're told this is what your compensation is going to be in this or what your benefits are going to be,” Bieber said. “It's important to us because we feel we earned it.”

Some plan participants lost as much as 70% of their pensions, according to court documents.

While the lawsuit may have hit its final wall, Bieber hopes to find more support on other fronts, including Congress. He already is gaining support from Congressman Dan Kildee of Flint.

“Now it's really time for people to really try to push this legislation, but then the tough job comes,” Bieber said. “But it's a realistic chance of happening to get folks to support it and to pass it.”

The Delphi Salaried Retirees Association said after the ruling that the heart of this lawsuit was that the PBGC would be held accountable according to the law. The association won't give up until the pension plan is operated as though it had never been terminated.

Kildee's office plans to present legislation that would provide some sort of relief for the affected Delphi pensioners within the next month.

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