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Some CEOs land in the hot seat Just because corporate earnings are doing well globally doesn’t mean everyone is having an easy time.
Caitie McMekin/News Sentinel Butch Jones, the Tennessee head coach who coached the UC Bearcats from 2010 to 2010 before leaving for the Volunteers, has been on the hot seat for weeks - including fans blaming him for the team's results.
In particular, House Speaker Paul Ryan will be in the hot seat.
Coaching hot seats Last year, remarkably, no NBA team fired its head coach, something that hadn't happened in decades.
If John Harbaugh is on the hot seat this season, then offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg has to be feeling uncomfortable, too.
Browns Head Coach Hugh Jackson is thought to be on the hot seat as the Browns have gotten off to another dreadful losing start this season.
New York may be in the hot seat, but that does not mean there isn’t action in the other three fashion month cities.
Here's what to expect as top lawyers for Facebook, Twitter, and Google take their turns in the hot seat.
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