Many of her aunts, uncles, and cousins, as well as her grandfather -- Mr. himself -- are still making candy at the Glendale-based factory.
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Today, as Instagram celebrated reaching 500 million monthly users, Mark Zuckerberg posted a photo of himself enjoying the moment.
But after he did, some sharp observers noticed another detail: the laptop on his desk, which seems to have a webcam wrapped up with tape.
Zuckerberg is apparently paranoid enough about hackers that he took the extra security step, in a move to shut down any prying eyes savvy enough to gain control of the camera.
There also appears to be some sort of obstruction on his mic jack, although it's unclear what — tape, or some kind of dummy plug?
(As Gizmodo points out, this really does appear to be Zuckerberg's desk; the same setup was shown in a Facebook Live video last year.) Zuckerberg isn't the first high-profile person to have this concern.
In April, FBI Director James Comey said he placed some tape on his laptop after he saw "somebody smarter" with a taped-up camera.
If that Cerreta name makes visions of little green mints dance in your head, you're onto something.
Yes, Jaime is “one of those candy people." Her grandfather started the Cerreta Candy Company in 1968, and her father worked there for 45 years.
She then produced and anchored a morning show in Springfield, Mo.
before moving to Beaumont, Texas, where she worked as the morning anchor/reporter.
Before returning to the Valley in August 2013, Jaime spent the past seven years in Oklahoma City, where she served as the evening anchor at the local Fox station.