DEATHS

Leonard Harris, 91

Born December 23, 1926

Died June 13, 2018

Herbert "Lockie" Wayne Talton, 76

Born September 30, 1941

Died June 13, 2018

James Allen Arnett, 74

Born October 1, 1943

Died June 12, 2018

Joanne Marie Reynolds, 78

Born October 21, 1939

Died June 12, 2018

Loyal Ruben Harrold, Jr., 97

Born October 22, 1920

Died June 12, 2018

Sammie Willene Pierce, 87

Born March 18, 1931

Died June 12, 2018

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Posted on Sunday June 17, 2018

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Ford CEO Jim Hackett reveals details about how he's reinventing the 115-year-old car company - Business Insider
Posted on Saturday June 16, 2018

Business InsiderFord CEO Jim Hackett reveals details about how he s reinventing the 115-year-old car companyBusiness InsiderFord has developed a massive development plan for a new-mobility corridor stretching from Detroit through its revamped headquarters in Dearborn to the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. CEO Jim Hackett is bringing his "design thinking" innovation and ...Bill Ford shares vision for CorktownDetroit Free PressBill Ford explains why Ford is serious about reviving DetroitUSA TODAYFord plans to revive long-vacant Michigan Central station as hub for its self-driving carsCNBCCNNMoney -The Detroit News -U.S. News & World Report -Crain's Detroit Businessall 187 news articles »

Dow jumps more than 300 points after banks rebound; small caps hit new record - CNBC
Posted on Wednesday May 30, 2018

CNBCDow jumps more than 300 points after banks rebound; small caps hit new recordCNBCU.S. stocks rebounded Wednesday as financial stocks rebounded from steep losses in the prior session and Italian credit fears eased. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 306.33 points — or 1.26 percent — to close at 24,667.78. Boeing, Chevron and ...and more »

TV, telecom and media companies' sluggish sales numbers create an urge to merge - MarketWatch
Posted on Wednesday June 13, 2018

TV, telecom and media companies sluggish sales numbers create an urge to mergeMarketWatchThe entire media, content-creation, and distribution and telecommunications complex in the U.S. is in play because of slowing growth among some of the biggest companies. And Tuesday s regulatory approval of AT&T s T, +1.94% $85 billion agreement to ...and more »

IHOP goes IHOb in social media blitz to draw the post-breakfast burger crowd - Los Angeles Times
Posted on Monday June 11, 2018

Los Angeles TimesIHOP goes IHOb in social media blitz to draw the post-breakfast burger crowdLos Angeles TimesWhen IHOP said it would be tweaking its name to IHOb, the news immediately went viral. Some thought the new letter stood for bitcoin, others thought breakfast or brunch. But IHOP, famous for its Rooty Tooty Fresh and Fruity pancakes, is now the ...June 11, 2018 - TwitterTwitterIHOb | Burgers, burgers, burgersYouTubeIHOP reveals the mystery of IHObCNNMoneyall 503 news articles »

After losing fight to levy 'Amazon tax,' Seattle is back to square one on helping homeless - USA TODAY
Posted on Sunday June 17, 2018

USA TODAYAfter losing fight to levy Amazon tax, Seattle is back to square one on helping homelessUSA TODAYAmazon and other businesses squelched a Seattle tax to fund homeless services, leaving the city with no clear path forward to deal with the crisis. Many cities that are experiencing a tech boom are grappling with a similar situation, but it s ...Amazon won a major battle in Seattle, but a Big Tech head tax could still happen for Apple and GoogleBusiness InsiderCan Cities Make Big Business Pay?CityLabAmazon shows risk of Seattle City Hall head taxSeattle TimesThe Seattle Times -GeekWireall 16 news articles »

Restaurant owner responds to customer's claim that there were maggots in food - Fox News
Posted on Sunday June 17, 2018

Fox NewsRestaurant owner responds to customer s claim that there were maggots in foodFox NewsA Jacksonville, Fla. restaurant is denying claims made by a customer that there were maggots in her jerk chicken. (Keondra White Facebook). A Jacksonville, Fla., restaurant owner is responding to a customer s claims that her dish had maggots in it ...and more »

Trump says Washington Post staffers should strike: 'We would get rid of Fake News for an extended period of time' - The Hill
Posted on Sunday June 17, 2018

The HillTrump says Washington Post staffers should strike: We would get rid of Fake News for an extended period of time The Hill... MORE on Sunday encouraged Washington Post employees to go on strike, saying the move would mean getting rid of "Fake News for an extended period of time.” “Washington Post employees want to go on strike because Bezos isn t paying them enough.Word Salad President Demands Really Long Strike Against Jeff BezosGizmodoDonald Trump Responds To Washington Post Staff s Open Letter To Jeff Bezos, Says Strike “Would Be A Great Idea”DeadlineTrump says it d be a great idea if workers go on really long strike at Washington PostFox BusinessWashington Free Beacon -Independent Journal Review -The New Indian Expressall 34 news articles »

Trump Spares Made-in-USA Apparel With Most Machinery Tariff-Free - Bloomberg
Posted on Friday June 15, 2018

BloombergTrump Spares Made-in-USA Apparel With Most Machinery Tariff-FreeBloombergThe clothing and footwear industry was largely spared as the Trump administration slapped tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese imports, but a looming trade war could still do damage to an apparel sector that s more global than ever. The actual shirts and ...US stocks sink with other markets as trade worries riseABC NewsMarkets Right Now: Trade Tensions Send US Markets LowerU.S. News & World Reportall 2,301 news articles »

Elon Musk's plans for Tesla keep getting weirder and it could put the company's future at risk - Business Insider
Posted on Saturday June 16, 2018

Business InsiderElon Musk s plans for Tesla keep getting weirder and it could put the company s future at riskBusiness InsiderTesla has been struggling with fundamentals and has lost billions. But the auto industry has never been better, enjoying years of booming sales and profits. While major automakers have unveiled new investments and growth initiatives, Tesla has been ...Tesla s Cobalt Usage To Drop From 3% Today To 0%, Elon CommitsCleanTechnicaElon Musk e-mails Tesla employees urging radical improvements to hit quarterly targetsCNBCMusk promises full self-driving Tesla soon despite crashesTulsa WorldJalopnik -Seeking Alpha -InsideEVs -Engadgetall 222 news articles »

Ground stop extended at Charlotte Douglas airport after issue with American carrier - Charlotte Observer
Posted on Sunday June 17, 2018

Charlotte ObserverGround stop extended at Charlotte Douglas airport after issue with American carrierCharlotte ObserverPassengers on flights headed to Charlotte Douglas International Airport Sunday are facing delays, according to the flight-tracking site FlightAware. Flights headed to Charlotte will be held at their origin airport until 4 p.m., FlightAware said Sunday ...Flights coming into Charlotte Douglas airport delayedWAVY-TVMore technical issues cause flight delays into Charlotte airportWFTV OrlandoTechnical issue continues to affect local American Airlines flightsWTXL ABC 27all 38 news articles »