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Federal prosecutors also subpoenaed Google for the emails of Times’ reporters, but Google resisted and, under Biden, the Justice Department eventually dropped the quest. Garland’s institutional loyalty cannot justify whitewashing the action of his predecessors in the Trump-era Justice Department or the careerists who carried out their directives. The Justice Department possesses the documents filed by its prosecutors with the court, and Garland can simply unilaterally release them. Garland’s institutional loyalty cannot justify whitewashing the action of his predecessors in the Trump-era Justice Department or the careerists who carried out their directives. While protecting the institutional role of the Justice Department has value, its value does not extend to sheltering the actions of Trump-era prosecutors from scrutiny.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Trump, Apple, Biden, Adam Schiff, Eric Swalwell, Don McGahn, Nixon, Richard Nixon’s, Trump vindictively, Haldeman, Daniel Schorr, Hedrick Smith wiretapped, Jack Anderson, Joseph Kraft, Democratic Sen, Edmund Muskie, General Merrick Garland, John Demers, Demers, Jeff Sessions, William Barr, General Michael Horowitz, , Demers ’, Chuck Schumer, Barr, Mitch McConnell, Garland, Jerry Nadler Organizations: The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, Google, Justice Department, House Intelligence, Constitution, Intelligence, Trump, FBI, CBS, New York Times, CIA, National Security Council, Democratic, White, Trump’s Department of Justice, Apple, Department of Defense, DOJ, Department, Trump -, NBC, Sessions, Committee
The mother of a man who was fatally shot had an emotional outburst in court Tuesday after Tevin Biles-Thomas, brother of Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, was acquitted of a 2018 triple homicide. “We don’t fault the victim’s family for acting out.”Biles-Thomas also lost his cousin, Devaughn Gibson, in the shooting, Patituce noted. Biles-Thomas was facing 15 charges prior to his acquittal, including murder, voluntary manslaughter and felonious assault. The case has made national headlines due to his relation to Simone Biles, a four-time Olympic gold medalist and world gymnastics champion. Biles, who earned her seventh U.S. title last week, is expected to compete in the Tokyo Olympics next month.
Persons: Tevin Biles, Thomas, Simone Biles, Joan Synenberg, Biles, Delvante Johnson, Toshaun Banks, Devaughn Gibson, Synenberg, Thomas ’, WEWS, , , Joseph Patituce, Pattituce, Synenberg’s, ” Patituce, ” Biles, Patituce Organizations: Biles, Court, Tokyo Olympics Locations: Cuyahoga County, Biles, Cuyahoga, U.S, Tokyo
REUTERS/Alan FreedDETROIT (Reuters) - Lordstown Motors Corp’s president said on Tuesday the electric vehicle startup has “firm” and “binding” orders for the first two years of production of its pickup truck, a week after saying it had no binding orders for the vehicle, sending shares up 10%. “Currently we have enough orders for production for ‘21 and ‘22,” President Rich Schmidt said at an Automotive Press Association event in Detroit. “Those are firm orders we have for those two years.”“I don’t know the exact facts of the legal aspect of that, but they are basically binding orders that are committed here in the last two weeks, reconfirmed orders,” he added, when asked if they were binding orders. The Ohio company subsequently said the orders were not binding and on June 8, when it warned it was running out of cash, disclosed in a regulatory filing it had no binding orders or commitments from customers. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has asked the company for information related to the truck pre-orders.
Persons: Alan Freed DETROIT, Rich Schmidt, , , Lordstown’s, Lordstown, Steve Burns Organizations: General Motors, REUTERS, Motors, Automotive Press Association, Hindenburg Research, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission, SEC Locations: Warren , Ohio, U.S, Detroit, Ohio
A photo claiming to show a diver in front of a massive underwater flag located at a Pearl Harbor Memorial site in Hawaii is miscaptioned. The Pearl Harbor National Memorial site (here) is home to the USS Arizona, USS Oklahoma, and the USS Utah memorials. The USS Arizona (here) and the USS Utah (www.ussutah1941.org/) have remained submerged since the attack on Pearl Harbor. Oil still leaks from the Arizona and is visible in photos from the National Park Service here and here . According to a spokesperson for the National Park Service, the underwater flag photo was not taken at the Pearl Harbor site.
Persons: Emily Pruitt, Hoyt S, Vandenberg, vandenberg, Joseph Weatherby, Weatherby, USNS Vandenberg, Read Organizations: Pearl, Pearl Harbor, USS, Smithsonian, National Park Service, Service, US Navy, CBC Radio, CBS, Florida Keys National, National Oceanic, Atmospheric, Vandenberg, World Trade, USNS, Reuters Locations: Hawaii, States, Pearl, USS Arizona, USS Oklahoma, USS Utah, Pearl Harbor, Arizona, Miami, Florida
So US military planners sought to divide Iraqi forces with an attack from the south and a feint from the north. As the defender, the Iraqis had the advantage, so US planners sought to divide Iraqi forces with a feint from the north, which meant working with the semi-autonomous Kurds. They didn't know it at the time, but some of these CIA officers would stay on the ground for close to a year. As March 19, 2003 — d-day for the invasion — approached, Green Berets from the 10th Special Forces Group joined the CIA officers. The CIA paramilitary officers, Green Berets, and Delta Force operators showcased the strategic utility that special-operations forces can have, even in a conventional conflict.
Persons: Saddam Hussein, Saddam, JOSEPH BARRAK, Sam Faddis, , Ansar al, Al Qaeda, Patrick Barth, Ansar, Pete Blaber, Task Force Viking, Valor — Organizations: CIA, Green Berets, Delta Force, Boat Service, SBS, Task Force Viking, Republican Guard, Getty, 10th Special Forces Group, Green, Special Forces, Iraqi, US Army Green Berets, US Army Special, Command, 4th Infantry Division, US Army Special Operations Command, US, British SBS, Delta, Task Force, Force Viking, Valor Locations: Iraq, Bagdad, Kurdish, al, AFP, Kurdistan, Al, Ansar, Turkey, NATO, Romania, British, Kirkuk, Mosul, Tikrit
Airbus is weighing the development of a freighter version of its wide-body A350 aircraft, the European manufacturer's chief commercial officer said Tuesday, a move that could take on rival Boeing in the air cargo market. Rates surged after the virus and travel restrictions devastated passenger travel, taking airplane belly space out of the market, creating a supply crunch. Snarls at ports have also boosted demand for air cargo. "That has somewhat exacerbated the fact that the freighter market is underserved by Airbus today," Chief Commercial Officer Christian Scherer said on a webcast briefing. Please do so on the freighter market as well.'
Persons: Charles de, Christian Scherer, Scherer Organizations: Boeing Co, Air France, KLM, Airbus, Boeing, Air, International Air Transport Association, UPS, FedEx, Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Locations: Los Angeles , U.S, Charles de Gaulle, Roissy, France
These 2020 population estimates, which are different from the census taken every 10 years, show the total resident populations as of July 1, 2020. The Miami metro area usually saw at least 1% population growth; however, the growth rate has been smaller in recent years. Each figure in the above chart is adjusted by a metro area's population as of the previous year. The New York metro area has been experiencing negative net domestic migration at least since 2010. On the other hand, Miami has had positive net international migration year after year, contributing to its positive population growth annually.
Persons: Austin — weren't, William Frey, Austin, Joseph Salvo, demographer, Salvo Organizations: Bureau, Census Bureau, Brookings Institution, LinkedIn, CNBC, New, San Francisco Chronicle, San, Bloomberg, New York City, New York City's, New York Times Locations: San Francisco and New York, — San Francisco , New York, Miami, San Francisco, Miami , New York, Austin, New York City, Bay Area, New York, York, Los Angeles, Francisco's
IKEA fined $1 million for spying on workers in France
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Joseph Ataman | Xiaofei Xu | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Paris (CNN Business) A French court has ordered IKEA to pay a €1 million ($1.2 million) fine after finding the Swedish retailer guilty of improperly using employee data. The French subsidiary of IKEA was on trial alongside 15 people including former executives over an alleged "spying system" deployed against current and prospective employees between 2009 and 2012, according to court documents. IKEA France's former CEO, Jean-Louis Baillot, was handed a two-year suspended prison sentence and fined €50,000 ($60,500), according to the judgment. The judgment details how IKEA France paid private investigators to obtain private information on current and prospective employees. Court documents also reveal demands for an investigation into a "model employee" who had "from one day to the next become very militant."
Persons: Jean, Louis Baillot, Baillot, Read Organizations: Paris, CNN, IKEA, IKEA France Locations: Versailles
Billionaire businessman Joe Tsai told CNBC on Tuesday that Asian Americans have wrongly faced violent backlash for various challenges facing the U.S. throughout history. "But if there's a crisis — if there's a pandemic, if there's a war or if there's an economic downturn — Asian Americans get scapegoated," added Tsai, whose parents were from mainland China. The recent increase in hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders prompted action by U.S. lawmakers. "Not all that money is going to come ... to the foundation," Tsai said. In Tuesday's CNBC interview from inside the Barclays Center, Tsai also addressed recent questions about fellow Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma's retreat from public life.
Persons: Joe Tsai, Tsai, Vincent Chin, Chin, Joe Biden, Covid, Jerry Yang, Joseph Bae, Li Lu, Jack Ma's, Ma Organizations: CNBC, Asian, Brooklyn Nets, New York Liberty, Yale, Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, Asian American Foundation, Americans, Yahoo, KKR, Himalaya Capital, Pacific, Barclays Center Locations: China, Taiwan, New Jersey, U.S, American, Detroit, Japan, Himalaya
The White House is giving bipartisan economic talks until the end of June for a deal to pan out. White House officials are indicating to congressional Democrats that they're giving bipartisan infrastructure negotiations until the end of June before potentially shoving Republicans aside and moving ahead with a Democratic-only plan. The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment. But Biden is pursuing a deal and the White House is giving additional time for an agreement to be struck. "I got to look at it first," Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia told Insider.
Persons: Biden, John Yarmuth, Joe Biden's, , Mitt Romney, Rob Portman, Bill Cassidy of, Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins of, Joe Manchin, Kyrsten, Jeanne Shaheen of, Mark Warner of, Jon Tester, Montana . Sen, Bernie Sanders, Sanders, Ron Wyden, Ed Markey, Jeff Merkley, Wyden, Sen, Tim Kaine, Virginia, Sherrod Brown of Organizations: Democratic, White, GOP, Democratic centrists, Senate, Republican Sens, Montana ., Massachusetts, Republicans, Banking Committee Locations: Utah, Ohio, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, Alaska, Susan Collins of Maine, Sens, West Virginia, Arizona, Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire, Mark Warner of Virginia, America, Oregon, Sherrod Brown of Ohio
A sign welcomes visitors to the General Motors Lordstown Complex, assembly plant in Warren, Ohio, U.S., November 26, 2018. REUTERS/Alan FreedDETROIT, June 15 (Reuters) - Lordstown Motors Corp's (RIDE.O) president said on Tuesday the electric vehicle startup has "firm" and "binding" orders for the first two years of production of its pickup truck, a week after saying it had no binding orders for the vehicle, sending shares up 10%. "Currently we have enough orders for production for '21 and '22," President Rich Schmidt said at an Automotive Press Association event in Detroit. "I don't know the exact facts of the legal aspect of that, but they are basically binding orders that are committed here in the last two weeks, reconfirmed orders," he added, when asked if they were binding orders. The Ohio company subsequently said the orders were not binding and on June 8, when it warned it was running out of cash, disclosed in a regulatory filing it had no binding orders or commitments from customers.
Persons: Alan Freed DETROIT, Rich Schmidt, Lordstown's, Lordstown, Steve Burns, Ben Klayman, Franklin Paul Organizations: General Motors, REUTERS, Motors, Automotive Press Association, Hindenburg Research, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission, SEC, Franklin Paul Our, Thomson Locations: Warren , Ohio, U.S, Detroit, Ohio
As bipartisan infrastructure talks plod on, funneling money to beef up IRS enforcement looks like it'll be sticking around. The bipartisan Senate group of 10 — evenly divided between Republicans and Democrats — is working on a $1 trillion package. The bipartisan approach to IRS enforcement might not go that high. The role of IRS enforcement is coming into greater relief following a bombshell ProPublica report, which revealed just how little in proportional taxes some American billionaires pay. The tax mechanisms that those billionaires utilize are actually completely legal, but they've kickstarted talks of tax reform among Democrats.
Persons: Sen, Angus King, Rob Portman, King, Democrats —, Charles Rettig, Joe Biden's, Insider's Ayelet, Portman, Biden, they've kickstarted, Biden's, Organizations: GOP, Senate, Republicans, Democrats, IRS, Treasury Department, Treasury, The New York Times, Democratic Locations: Sen, Maine, Ohio
Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-7H4 takes off from Hollywood Burbank Airport on September 16, 2020 in Burbank, California. Southwest Airlines operations were briefly disrupted Tuesday while at least one major airport told the carrier's customers to expect delays, a day after a technical problem with a weather-data supplier delayed hundreds of flights. Southwest told customers who complained about check-in and flight delays that the carrier was experiencing "system issues." On Monday, 1,541 Southwest flights, about 41% of its schedule, were delayed according to flight-tracking site FlightAware.com. More than 700 Southwest flights were delayed on Tuesday, about a fifth of the carrier's schedule, according to the site.
Organizations: Southwest Airlines Boeing, Hollywood Burbank Airport, Southwest Airlines, Southwest, Burbank Airport, Denver International, Federal Aviation Administration Locations: Hollywood, Burbank , California, California
The drugs were discovered on May 19 by Angy Chambers, a civil engineer and wildlife manager, who noticed the packages strewn about the beach while conducting a turtle nesting survey, officials said. The estimated value of the 24 packages of narcotics was $1.2 million, according to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office. Parker closed the beach and contacted the county sheriff’s office, which provided a narcotics agent who tested one the packages and “verified that it was cocaine,” Parker said in the statement. The drugs were turned over to Homeland Security Investigations, the main investigative arm of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, officials said. According to the Brevard County Sheriff's Office, the drugs have an estimated value of approximately $1.2 million.
Persons: Angy Chambers, ” Joseph Parker, Parker, ” Parker, David Castro, ” Castro, Chambers Organizations: Cape Canaveral Space, U.S . Space Force, Brevard County Sheriff’s, Chambers, 45th Civil Engineer Squadron, 45th Security Forces Squadron, Space Force, Security Forces Squadron, UTV, Space Force Security Forces Squadron, Homeland Security Investigations, U.S . Department of Homeland Security, El Paso Intelligence Center, Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Patrick Space Force, NBC, WFLA Locations: Florida, Brevard County, United States, Fla, Tampa
Hyundai, GM serious about 'flying car' efforts
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Ben Klayman | Joseph White | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Other automakers developing flying cars either alone or with startups include Toyota Motor Corp, Daimler AG and China’s Geely Automobile Holdings. Morgan Stanley has estimated the total addressable market for urban air mobility could hit $1 trillion by 2040 and $9 trillion by 2050. In 2019, Hyundai, which has a dedicated Urban Air Mobility Division led by Jaiwon Shin, a former NASA engineer, pledged to invest about $1.5 billion in urban air mobility by 2025. Munoz said Hyundai sees its flying cars serving not only residential customers but also transporting commercial cargo. Hyundai does not want to sell flying cars as a simple transaction, but believes it can develop services around the vehicles, Munoz said.
Persons: Jonathan Ernst, Jose Munoz, Munoz, , ” Munoz, ” Pamela Fletcher, Morgan Stanley, Jaiwon Shin Organizations: DETROIT, Hyundai, Co, General Motors, South, North American, REUTERS, Reuters, Toyota Motor Corp, Daimler AG, China’s Geely Automobile Holdings, GM’s Global, , GM, Urban Air Mobility Division, NASA Locations: Detroit , Michigan, U.S, Hyundai North America
U.S. FDA declines to approve Avenue's IV formulation of non-opioid painkiller
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Andrew Kelly/File Photo(Reuters) -Avenue Therapeutics Inc said on Monday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) declined to approve its intravenous formulation of non-opioid painkiller tramadol for a second time, sending its shares tumbling about 38%. The FDA has been pushing drugmakers to develop alternatives to opioid-based painkillers, as the United States grapples with the menace of opioid addiction. The health regulator in October declined to approve the intravenous formulation of the painkiller, stating it was not safe for the intended population. H.C. Wainwright analyst Joseph Pantginis, however, says that IV tramadol could still have a path forward. Tramadol was approved in the United States in 1995 as a non-controlled analgesic, under the trade name of Ultram, to be sold by drugmaker Johnson & Johnson.
Persons: Andrew Kelly, tramadol, Wainwright, Joseph Pantginis, Tramadol, drugmaker Johnson, Johnson Organizations: Food and Drug Administration, FDA, REUTERS, Therapeutics Inc, U.S . Food, Drug Administration Locations: White Oak , Maryland, U.S, United States
U.S. FDA declines to approve Avenue's IV formulation of painkiller
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: Signage is seen outside of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) headquarters in White Oak, Maryland, U.S., August 29, 2020. The health regulator in October declined to approve the intravenous formulation of the painkiller, stating it was not safe for the intended population. The agency said on Monday the delayed and unpredictable onset of analgesia - relief from pain - with intravenous (IV) tramadol did not support its benefit as a monotherapy to treat patients with acute pain. H.C. Wainwright analyst Joseph Pantginis, however, says that IV tramadol could still have a path forward. Tramadol was approved in the United States in 1995 as a non-controlled analgesic, under the trade name of Ultram, to be sold by drugmaker Johnson & Johnson.
Persons: Andrew Kelly, tramadol, Wainwright, Joseph Pantginis, Tramadol, drugmaker Johnson, Johnson Organizations: Food and Drug Administration, FDA, REUTERS, Therapeutics Inc, U.S . Food, Drug Administration Locations: White Oak , Maryland, U.S, United States
Burns is Lordstown's largest shareholder with a stake of more than 26%, according to Refinitiv data. Goldman Sachs, which advised the blank-check company that merged with Lordstown last fall and helped put together the deal's financing, declined to comment. After Hindenburg accused the company of misleading investors on the pre-orders, Lordstown said they were non-binding and has since said it has no binding orders. The company named lead independent director, Angela Strand, as executive chairwoman to oversee the firm's transition until the appointment of a permanent CEO. In March, Hindenburg disclosed it had taken a short position in Lordstown shares, saying the company had misled consumers and investors.
Persons: Steve Burns, Julio Rodriguez, Hindenburg, Burns, Lordstown, Goldman Sachs, Angela Strand, Strand, Joseph Spak, Becky Roof, Morgan Stanley, Adam Jonas, Nathan Anderson, , , don’t Organizations: Lordstown Motors Corp, Monday, Lordstown, Endurance, RBC Capital Markets, Ford Motor, Eastman Kodak, Nikola, SPACS, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission, SEC, Hindenburg Research, Thomson Locations: Hudson's
A man died Sunday from injuries sustained in a mass shooting in Austin, Texas, marking the first fatality in an attack that left more than a dozen people wounded, authorities said. The victim was identified by the Austin Police Department as Douglas John Kantor, 25. Investigators believe a dispute between the two prompted Saturday's early morning shooting in downtown Austin. Austin Interim Police Chief Joseph Chacon called the shooting “one of the most significant incidents that we've ever had happen in our city.”The shooting comes amid a nationwide rise in gun violence and soaring gun sales. According to the Gun Violence Archive, a nonprofit research group, there have been 271 mass shootings involving four or more victims since Jan. 1.
Persons: Douglas John Kantor, Saturday's, Joseph Chacon Organizations: Austin Police Department, Authorities, Austin Interim Police Locations: Austin , Texas, Austin
Malaysia's reef sharks stricken with mystery skin disease
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Joseph Sipalan | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
A whitetip reef shark with white spots and lesions, said by marine biologists could be linked to rising sea temperatures, lies on the seabed off the coast of Sipadan Island, Malaysia in this picture obtained from social media. JASON ISLEY/SCUBAZOO/via REUTERSMarine biologists are investigating a mystery skin disease afflicting whitetip reef sharks in Malaysia, with some early reports suggesting rising sea temperatures could be to blame. Named for the distinctive white tips on their fins, whitetip reef sharks are typically found resting in schools around reefs in the day and are a popular attraction for divers. The reported sightings coincide with reports of coral bleaching in the area, according to Mohamed Shariff Mohamed Din, a professor in aquatic veterinary studies with Universiti Putra Malaysia. "We cannot ignore that changes are happening there due to higher temperatures," Mohamed Shariff said.
Persons: JASON ISLEY, Davies Austin Spiji, Mohamed Shariff Mohamed Din, Mohamed Shariff, Mabel Manjaji, Matsumoto Organizations: REUTERS Marine, Guardian, Universiti Putra, Borneo Marine Research, of Universiti, Thomson Locations: Sipadan Island, Malaysia, Sabah, Borneo, Sipadan, Universiti, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Matsumoto, of Universiti Malaysia Sabah
U.S. President Joe Biden speaks with a priest outside St. Joseph on the Brandywine Catholic Church, in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S. May 30, 2021. As the second Catholic to serve as U.S. president, Biden, a Democrat, has alarmed some church leaders by supporting same-sex marriage and abortion rights, views they say are antithetical to church teachings. In 2004, the conference published a statement that said individual bishops could decide whether to deny Communion to Catholic politicians who support abortion rights. Dempsey said he believes the bishops' conference should take a stand against Biden and other politicians who support abortion rights or risk losing credibility among Catholics. A Vatican official, Cardinal Luis Ladaria, wrote to the conference in May urging caution on the debate over politicians' abortion views and Communion, saying it could become a "source of discord," Catholic News Service reported.
Persons: Joe Biden, Joseph, Ken Cedeno, Biden, Bill Dempsey, Dempsey, Cardinal Luis Ladaria, Marianne Duddy, Burke, Salvatore Joseph Cordileone, Bishop Robert McElroy, Donald Trump, McElroy Organizations: Brandywine Catholic, REUTERS, Roman, Democrat, U.S . Conference of Catholic, Catholic Church, Sycamore Trust, University of Notre Dame, Catholic News Agency, Pew Research, Vatican, Catholic News Service, Dignity USA, Religious News Service, Catholic, Pew, San, Biden, Republican, Thomson Locations: St, Brandywine, Brandywine Catholic Church, Wilmington , Delaware, U.S, Sycamore, Biden's, Delaware, San Francisco, San Diego
Airport screenings top 2 million a day for first time in pandemic
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Leslie Josephs | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
The increase is welcome news for airlines, hotels and other travel businesses that were devastated by the virus, travel restrictions and quarantines. The Transportation Security Administration screened more than 2 million people at U.S. airports on Sunday, the highest number since before Covid-19 was declared a pandemic in March 2020. The TSA screened nearly 2.1 million people on Sunday the most since March 7, 2020. That is still close to 545,000 fewer people compared with the same day in 2019, as business and international travel are still depressed. The agency screened just over 2 million people on Friday, about 74% of the number that passed through TSA airport checkpoints compared with two years earlier.
Organizations: LAX, Delta Airlines, Transportation Security Administration, TSA, Airline Locations: U.S, airfares
Washington University's Olin Business School has been ranked a top program for entrepreneurship. Insider asked the associate dean of graduate enrollment and Olin students for tips on how to get in. Out of 131 schools, Olin's MBA program currently ties with Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business for 30th place in US News & World Report's 2021 Best Business Schools for its full-time MBA and 12th for its part-time MBA. Nnakwue reached out to Olin students on LinkedIn and introduced himself as a prospective student interested in learning more about the Olin experience. "I got to learn about the Olin experience from those who were experiencing it and shaping it firsthand," Nnakwue said.
Persons: Washington, Olin, Louis, Quants, Ruthie Pyles, Pyles, Bryanna Brown, Brown, Jessica Voss, Jessica, Franklyn Nnakwue, Nnakwue, who'd, Duckenson Joseph, Duckenson Joseph Duckenson Joseph, Joseph Organizations: Olin Business School, Washington University, Stanford, Harvard, University of Michigan's Ross School of Business, Quants, Inc, Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, US, Business Schools, Olin, LinkedIn, St, Washington University's Locations: St, Barcelona, Paris, Lima, Peru, Haiti, United States
General Electric's aviation unit and its joint-venture partner Safran of France on Monday said they are developing new airplane engines that aim to cut emissions by more than a fifth of today's levels. GE Aviation and France's Safran together produce some of the most commonly used aircraft engines under their CFM joint venture. Together they launched a new program, called CFM Rise, that will develop and test new technology that could enter service in the mid-2030s, the companies said. GE and Safran's CFM joint venture makes engines for the Boeing 737 Max and also for the Airbus A320neo family. The companies plan to design an engine that is open fan, which is unlike the covered jet-engines on commercial aircraft.
Persons: Safran of France, France's Safran, Pratt, Whitney Organizations: Electric's, GE Aviation, CFM, GE, Boeing, Airbus, Raytheon Technologies
One of 14 people injured in Austin shooting dies
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Police investigate the scene of a mass shooting in the Sixth Street entertainment district area of Austin, Texas, U.S. June 12, 2021. REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona/File PhotoOne of the 14 people wounded early on Saturday when two men opened fire on each other in downtown Austin died from his injuries on Sunday, according to a news release from the Austin Police Department. Shots rang out at about 1:30 a.m. on Saturday in the Sixth Street area, a busy entertainment neighborhood in the state capital, Austin Police Department Interim Chief Joseph Chacon said at a news conference on Saturday afternoon. As of Saturday, one suspect in the shooting had been taken into custody while the other remained at large, according to an update posted on Twitter by the city of Austin. Austin Mayor Steve Adler called Kantor's death "tragic" and noted that the United States had undergone four mass shootings in the span of six hours over the weekend, in a statement posted to Twitter on Sunday night.
Persons: Nuri Vallbona, Douglas John Kantor, Kantor, Joseph Chacon, Chacon, Steve Adler, Adler Organizations: Sixth, REUTERS, Austin Police Department, Austin Police Department Interim, Twitter, Austin, Thomson Locations: Austin , Texas, U.S, Austin, New York, United States
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