World heavyweight boxing champion Deontay Wilder has made a surprise appearance at the opening of a restaurant in Batley. The West Yorkshire town's MP, Tracy Brabin, posted pictures of herself online with the fearsome athlete - the WBC World Heavyweight title-holder - as he was a guest at Mr T's tonight.-> 'Sniggering' carjackers threatened woman with gun before crashing into tree during police armed police chaseWilder, who goes by nicknames the Bronze Bomber and the Alabama Slammer, also shocked employees at the Bradford salon Prity, where he popped in for a facial treatment earlier this evening, according to reports.He was spotted eating a burger and fries near a wall canvas of Anthony Joshua - a heavyweight rival fight fans are desperately hoping to see him clash against.Ms Brabin said: "Had an amazing time at the grand opening of Mr T’s restaurant in Batley, with special guest and heavyweight boxing champion of the world Deontay Wilder. "It’s amazing to see so many … [Read more...] about World heavyweight boxing champ Deontay Wilder spotted in Batley
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper DealBook | DealBook Briefing: A Rate Cut Isn’t a Done Deal Advertisement DealBook Supported by June 5, 2019 Good Wednesday morning. (Was this email forwarded to you? Sign up here .) Jay Powell hints at rate cuts The Fed chairman said yesterday that the central bank was prepared to act to sustain the economic expansion if President Trump’s trade disputes weakened the economy, Jeanna Smialek and Matt Phillips of the NYT write. “We do not know how or when these issues will be resolved,” Mr. Powell said of the trade disputes. “We are closely monitoring the implications of these developments for the U.S. economic outlook and, as always, we will act as appropriate to sustain the expansion.” He did not say explicitly that the Fed would cut rates. “But his comments sent a signal … [Read more...] about DealBook Briefing: A Rate Cut Isn’t a Done Deal
0 Have your say Former Asda chief executive Andy Clarke has been unveiled as the new boss of Leeds Bradford Airport, The Yorkshire Post can reveal. Mr Clarke, who has more than 25 years’ experience in the retail industry, said he wanted to make the airport a world-class hub and appeal to a far greater number of both leisure and business passengers. The businessman said the ambition shown by the airport’s owners, AMP Capital, and its current management team had drawn him to help lead another large Yorkshire business.Mr Clarke said that the plans to expand and improve the terminal building, along with the drive to deliver new rail and road links, were key.The news comes as the former Asda boss spoke about his former company’s merger with Sainsbury’s.He told The Yorkshire Post: “There is a lot of support for wanting to move this organisation forward. This is a different scale of business than to the one I was leading before but the … [Read more...] about Former Asda CEO Clarke named as new Leeds Bradford Airport chairman
Sense of pride and excitement has never left me, says Northern Ireland pilot BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Jet2.com's newest Boeing plane was flown from America's Pacific Northwest to the airline's Leeds Bradford base yesterday by Northern Ireland-born captain Stephen Gates. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/northern-ireland/sense-of-pride-and-excitement-has-never-left-me-says-northern-ireland-pilot-37738148.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/northern-ireland/article37738147.ece/c2654/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-01-23_bus_47424372_I1.JPG Email Jet2.com's newest Boeing plane was flown from America's Pacific Northwest to the airline's Leeds Bradford base yesterday by Northern Ireland-born captain Stephen Gates. The plane had been assembled in Boeing's Renton factory outside Seattle. At the outset, its fuselage had travelled around 2,000 miles by railroad from contractor Spirit Aero Systems in Wichita to the Boeing factory. He said he was looking forward to the journey … [Read more...] about Sense of pride and excitement has never left me, says Northern Ireland pilot
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Technology Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Technology | Did Australia Poke a Hole in Your Phone’s Security? Supported by ByNellie Bowles Jan. 22, 2019 SYDNEY, Australia — A new law in Australia gives law enforcement authorities the power to compel tech-industry giants like Apple to create tools that would circumvent the encryption built into their products. The law, the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Act 2018, applies only to tech products used or sold in Australia. But its impact could be global: If Apple were to build a so-called back door for iPhones sold in Australia, the authorities in other countries, including the United States, could force the company to use that same tool to assist their investigations. The Australian law went into effect last month. It is one of the most assertive … [Read more...] about Did Australia Poke a Hole in Your Phone’s Security?