Sharon Cohen and Lindsey Tanner, Associated Press Updated 6:22 am PDT, Sunday, June 2, 2019 FILE - In this Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016 file photo, first responders hold a flag on the court as the national anthem is played during a tribute to the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting prior to an NBA basketball game between the Orlando Magic and the Miami Heat in Orlando, Fla. The attack left 49 people dead; the shooter was killed after a three-hour standoff with police. less FILE - In this Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016 file photo, first responders hold a flag on the court as the national anthem is played during a tribute to the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting prior to an NBA ... more Photo: John Raoux, AP Photo: John Raoux, AP Image 1 of / 23 Caption Close Image 1 of 23 FILE - … [Read more...] about Mass shootings create rippling network of stricken survivors
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Melissa Nann Burke and Jonathan Oosting The Detroit News Published 11:30 PM EDT Apr 10, 2019 Facing up to 15 months in prison, former UAW Vice President Norwood Jewell on Tuesday resigned his political post as a national committee member for the Michigan Democratic Party. Party spokesman Paul Kanan confirmed the resignation by Jewell, who last week pleaded guilty to breaking federal labor laws and admitted to receiving lucrative illegal benefits from Fiat Chrysler executives who were seeking concessions from him at the bargaining table. The Michigan Democratic Party has notified the Democratic National Committee of the vacancy, Chairwoman Lavora Barnes said in a statement. The state party plans to fill the seat — for a term expiring December 2020 — at its next quarterly meeting in July. Despite his plea, Jewell remained a Michigan member to the DNC for several days, a status the state Republican Party first pointed out Friday, calling it an “interesting … [Read more...] about Insider: Disgraced UAW official resigns Michigan Democratic Party post
Gallery: Business Digest +6 more photos The Chattanooga engineering firm of March Adams has named a new leadership team and added three more engineers. Bryan Rainey joins the structural team with eight years of experience in civil and structural design as well as analysis, calculations, inspection and construction management. Rainey is a graduate of the University of Tennessee. Hunter Walker joins the mechanical team with two years of experience in development, manufacturing, and design engineering. Walker also is an engineering graduate from the University of Tennessee. Zach Jenkins also joins the mechanical team at March Adams. He is a recent graduate from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. March Adams looks forward to the contribution these engineers will make toward the continued growth of the company. Contributing to the growth of March Adams, the company also named a new leadership team. Jeff Westbrook, a 27-year industry veteran and mechanical engineer who joined … [Read more...] about Business Digest: March Adams in Chattanooga adds new engineers, leaders
Published February 05, 2019 Politics FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video I don't expect a shutdown: David Malpass Treasury Department Under Secretary for International Affairs David Malpass on concerns of another government shutdown. President Donald Trump has selected David Malpass as his choice to lead the World Bank, sources familiar with the process told FOX Business’ Blake Burman. Continue Reading Below Malpass, who currently serves as the Treasury Department's undersecretary for international affairs, has long been considered a favorite for the job. The 62-year-old, who served as economic adviser to Trump during his 2016 presidential campaign, has also been a key adviser to him throughout the China-U.S. trade talks. MORE FROM FOX BUSINESS MALPASS: DEBT LIMIT ACTUALLY WORKS TO MAKE MORE DEBT US TRADE DELEGATION TO TRAVEL TO CHINA NEXT MONTH: REPORT TRUMP CONSIDERING FORMER PEPSI CHIEF TO HEAD WORLD BANK: … [Read more...] about Who’s David Malpass, Trump’s World Bank chief selection?
By Erin Douglas Published 7:00 am CST, Friday, January 25, 2019 Waste Management CEO Jim Fish heads a company that manages landfills, recycling centers and garbage trucks, but he’d rather talk about robots, autonomous vehicles, advanced algorithms, e-commerce and big data. Fish wants the largest waste removal service on the New York Stock Exchange to operate more like a tech company that happens to pick up trash, rather than a trash company that has tech. Since moving into the CEO position in 2016, he’s driven the company at full speed toward a digital strategy with a modern, Silicon Valley-esque corporate culture. His vision is to become the kind of CEO who hires Ivy League graduates, coders and gamers and works in an open, airy and modern office space. Fish is a tall, clean-cut financial type who can talk earfuls about his ventures group and how it’ll drive growth for shareholders. He not what potential college graduate recruits expect when he enters … [Read more...] about Waste Management CEO bringing tech to trash