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Walmart is piloting a pet services center in a suburb of Atlanta, but plans to open more locations in other parts of the country. Walmart is opening a dedicated pet services center, signaling it wants to be a place that customers turn to for veterinarian visits and dog grooming appointments along with grocery runs. Walmart's pet services center will have its own dedicated entrance next to a store. PetIQ has rented space for vet clinics inside more than 65 Walmart stores, after opening its first one in 2016. "We know pet services is an important need for our customers and we want to be able to provide that all in one place," she said.
Persons: Ol, Roy, Sam Walton's, PetIQ, Kaitlyn Shadiow, Morgan Stanley Organizations: Walmart, Walmart U.S, Wellness Locations: Atlanta, Dallas , Georgia, Georgia
CNN —A smaller share of Gen Z is thriving compared to millennials at the same age, and members of Gen Z are far less likely to describe their mental health as “excellent,” according to a new study. The study, released Thursday, aims to reflect the voices of Gen Z on key issues the generation faces. According to the study, both millennials and members of Gen X “report far lower mental health ratings” today than they did a decade ago. “This generation may be more tuned in to recognizing issues with their mental health than older generations,” psychologist Walter Evans said. Another characteristic of Gen Z: optimismThe picture members of Gen Z paint of their lives is far from bleak.
Persons: Gen, , Gen Z, millennials, Gen X, Walter Evans, Pollsters, they’ll, Z’s “ Organizations: CNN, Gallup, Walton Family Foundation, Pew Research, US Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, American Psychological Association, Gen Locations: U.S
A favorable vote would ask the Mississippi River Cities and Towns Initiative to pursue a new river compact, according to a draft copy of the motion. “People are aware of how those low levels on the Mississippi River affect commerce and the communities,” she said. The Upper Mississippi River Basin Association has existed for decades to foster cooperative management of the river. Jennifer Gimbel, senior water policy scholar at Colorado State University, said the obstacles to a pipeline are high. Dorothy said a compact would be a good way to say “this is our water.”“If you want the Mississippi River water, you can move here," she said.
Persons: Colin Wellenkamp, , , hasn’t, Asia “, David Strifling, Strifling, ” Wellenkamp, Melissa Scanlan, John Fleck, Jennifer Gimbel, Gimbel, Olivia Dorothy, Dorothy Organizations: LOUIS, , Towns Initiative, Great, Marquette Law, Water, Initiative, Center for Water, University of Wisconsin -, , Basin, University of New Mexico School of Law, Colorado State University, Associated Press, Walton Family Foundation, AP Locations: Mississippi, Cities, United States, Minnesota, Louisiana, Gulf of Mexico, Wisconsin, Iowa , Illinois , Missouri , Kentucky , Tennessee , Arkansas, Canadian, Great, Asia, Great Lakes, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Upper Mississippi,
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio authorities on Friday released additional bodycam and surveillance footage of the events leading up to the death of Ta’Kiya Young, a 21-year-old pregnant Black mother fatally shot by police in a grocery store parking lot late last month. They have called for the officer, whose name has not been released, to be fired and charged in her death. Earlier this week, police released bodycam footage showing the officer firing the gun. The additional security footage made public on Friday shows Young and two other women walking around the liquor department of the Columbus-area store. Political Cartoons View All 1148 ImagesThe additional bodycam footage also shows police officers quickly rendering medical aid to Young after she is shot.
Persons: Ta’Kiya Young, Black, Young, Sean Walton, Walton, John Belford, ___ Samantha Hendrickson Organizations: , Columbus -, tote, Police, Associated Press, America Statehouse News Initiative, America Locations: COLUMBUS , Ohio, — Ohio, Columbus, Blendon, Ohio
CNN —Spanish climate activists sprayed red paint across a superyacht owned by billionaire Walmart heiress Nancy Walton Laurie in Barcelona on Friday, the second time the yacht has been the target of protests in the past two months. Two activists from the climate groups Scientist Rebellion and Extinction Rebellion accessed Marina Port Vell, a dock for superyachts, at 7 a.m. local time on Friday, according to a spokesperson for the organization. The Walmart heiress Nancy Walton's megayacht was spray painted this morning by climate activists in Marina Port Vell, Barcelona . Scientist RebellionA spokesperson for Marina Port Vell said that the boat had not been damaged in Friday’s action. The activists were detained by police at the marina for three hours before being released, according to a spokesperson for Scientist Rebellion.
Persons: Nancy Walton Laurie, Nancy Walton's megayacht, Port Vell, Samantha Burgess Organizations: CNN, Scientist Rebellion, Port Police Locations: Spanish, Barcelona, Marina Port Vell, superyachts, Ibiza
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Now, however, some firms and experts are walking back those predictions, calling into question the validity of a once-trusted recession indicator known as the yield curve inversion. Nobody rational would argue that the yield curve could have predicted a global pandemic and the short recession that followed it. NABE's most recent survey shows economists are divided on what a yield curve inversion means for the U.S. economy. In normal circumstances, yield curve inversions have been a pretty good indicator of recessions, according to Jebaraj. While the yield curve inverted in 2019, that was not necessarily a predictor of the 2020 recession.
Persons: Mervin, NABE, Goldman Sachs, NABE's Jebaraj, Sam, Jebaraj, Organizations: Westend61, Getty, National Association for Business Economics, Reserve, Wall, Bank of America, JPMorgan, Center for Business, Economic Research, Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas, Treasury, National Association for Business Locations: U.S
Coverage of the grueling conflict has, in part, been characterized by a litany of Russian military mistakes that began early and continue to crop up. Advertisement Advertisement Watch: VIDEO: Why Russia's military is failing so far in UkraineHere are 5 military mistakes Russia has made since February 24, 2022. Putin vowed Russian troops would take the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv within a matter of days. AdvertisementAdvertisementA man wearing a Ukrainian flag visits an avenue where destroyed Russian military vehicles have been displayed ahead of Independence Day in Kyiv, Ukraine, Monday, Aug. 21, 2023. There are several examples throughout the war of Russian troops and leaders harming their own side.
Persons: Vladimir Putin's, Putin, Efrem Lukatsky Putin, Michael Kofman, Calder Walton, ANATOLII STEPANOV, Serhii, aren't, Screengrab Organizations: Service, Kyiv, Center for Naval, Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, Intelligence, Sunday Times, Javelin, Getty, High Mobility Artillery, Kremlin, Security Service, Russian Locations: Russia, Ukraine, Wall, Silicon, Kyiv Russia, Kyiv, Russian, Ukrainian, Bucha, Vuhledar, Oskol, Ukraine's Kharkiv, AFP, Makiivka, Donetsk Oblast, village's, Belgorod, Crimean, Kerch
Video of the incident in Blendon Township on Aug. 24 followed demands by the family of the 21-year-old woman, Ta'Kiya Young, for the officer who fired the fatal shot to be held accountable. "A theft suspect drove her car into one of my officers and the officer fired a single shot through the windshield," Blendon Police Chief John Belford said in a statement accompanying the release. Video made public on Friday shows an officer standing next to Young's vehicle as he repeatedly orders her to get out. A second officer comes around the front of vehicle and points a gun at the windshield, demanding that she exits. Young can be seen turning the wheels to the right, away from the officer, before the vehicle begins moving toward him.
Persons: Ta'Kiya Young, John Belford, Sean Walton, Walton, Young, Belford, Brendan O'Brien, Mark Potter Organizations: Blendon Township Police Department, Handout, REUTERS Acquire, An, Blendon Police, Police, Facebook, Ohio, Investigation, Thomson Locations: Blendon Township , Ohio, U.S, Blendon Township, An Ohio, United States, Blendon, Columbus, Chicago
Amancio Ortega has purchased a 45-story Chicago apartment tower. Ortega, founder of Zara parent company Inditex, splashed out $232 million on the property. Pontegadea, Ortega's family office, bought the 45-story 727 West Madison property, a company spokesperson told Insider. AdvertisementAdvertisementPrices start at $2,166 a month for a studio, rising to $6,083 for the most expensive apartment available, a three-bed. Ortega is the world's 14th richest person, with an estimated net worth of around $75.2 billion, the Bloomberg Billionaires Index shows.
Persons: Amancio Ortega, Ortega, there's, Charles Koch, Michael Dell, Walton, Inditex Organizations: Seattle HQ, Toronto's Royal Bank, Service, Madison, Chase Bank, Bloomberg, Pontegadea, Meta's Seattle, Royal Bank Plaza Locations: Chicago, Zara, Manhattan, Wall, Silicon, Cook County, Meta's, Toronto
CNN —Chelsea suffered a 3-1 loss to West Ham on Sunday as its new-look team continues to adapt to the start of the Premier League season. Blues manager Mauricio Pochettino has supervised an overhaul of the squad since taking charge this year, but after two games, he is still searching for the first league win of his tenure. However, despite splashing the cash, creating an identity in soccer takes time and Pochettino urged fans to stick with the team. West Ham then found itself a man down after Aguerd was sent off for a second bookable offense after 67 minutes. Pochettino will hope it’s the perfect fixture to jump-start his tenure at the club, which is in desperate need of some stability.
Persons: CNN — Chelsea, Mauricio Pochettino, Reuters –, Todd Boehly, Pochettino, , , West Ham, Nayef Aguerd’s, Carney Chukwuemeka, Michail Antonio, Aguerd, Chelsea couldn’t, Enzo Fernández, Alphonse Areola, Moisés Caicedo, John Walton, Lucas Paquetá, ” Pochettino, ” Chelsea Organizations: CNN, Premier League, Reuters, Sky Sports, West, London, Chelsea, Hammers, Luton Town, Stamford Locations: West Ham, West
Russia's invasion of Ukraine was an "intelligence fiasco," an intelligence expert wrote in The Times. He said that Russia's FSB had failed to adequately prepare for the invasion of Ukraine. download the app Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy PolicyRussian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine was his "greatest intelligence fiasco," an intelligence expert has claimed. It likely played a role in the FSB's failure to establish well-placed recruits to act as saboteurs and help Russian forces during the invasion, Walton wrote. "The time after the war, with all the expulsions, was a fateful time for the Russian intelligence system," a European intelligence official told the outlet.
Persons: Calder Walton, Vladimir Putin's, Walton, Putin, Celestino Arce, Der Spiegel, Der, Horst Jehmlich Organizations: The, Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, Service, Sunday Times, Intelligence, Center for Strategic, International Studies, Guardian, Red Army Locations: Ukraine, The Times, Wall, Silicon, Russian, Ukraine's Kherson, Slovenia, Greece, Brazil, Norway, Netherlands, Dresden, East Germany, Soviet, West Germany
MORE THAN a decade after the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art opened in 2011 in Bentonville, Ark., I found myself wondering if more art, culture and good food had followed in its wake. Founded by Alice Walton , daughter of Walmart founder Sam Walton, and designed by convention-flouting architect Moshe Safdie, the museum turned a spotlight on this southern city in the Ozarks. Named for the spring that feeds the two ponds that flank it, the museum holds work by artists such as Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol and Georgia O’Keeffe.
Persons: Alice Walton, Sam Walton, Moshe Safdie, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol, Georgia O’Keeffe Organizations: Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Walmart Locations: Bentonville, Ark, Georgia
CNN —English golfer Charley Hull has criticized protestors who interrupted the final round of the Women’s Open on Sunday. In a video titled “Let’s Crash AIG Women’s Open,” Ekō called on users to tweet at AIG to protest the construction of the “disastrous” East African crude oil pipeline (EACOP). A spokesperson for Ekō told CNN on Monday that the group was not involved in the protest at the tournament. Andrew Redington/Getty ImagesHaving finished three shots adrift of Allisen Corpuz at the US Women’s Open in July, she has now recorded runner-up performances at three of the five flagship events, and at least tied-seventh at the other two. “I feel that I have come close twice in the two biggest majors, the US Open and the Women’s Open, so I really feel like next year is my time to win one.”
Persons: Charley Hull, Hull, Lilia Vu, , Ekō, Andrew Redington, , , Hull’s caddie Adam Woodward, ” Woodward, Matt Taylor, Vu, Corpuz, ” Hull Organizations: CNN, Walton Heath Golf Club, Surrey Police, Twitter, AIG, AIG Women’s, Reuters, Getty, Telegraph, France’s, Financial Times, Chevron, Hull, US, Sky Sports Locations: Tadworth, England, EACOP, Uganda, Tanzania
They stayed in Bentonville, Arkansas, for three days and stopped in Fayetteville — about 330 miles from Dallas — for coffee on the way back. Northwest Arkansas, which consists of Benton, Madison, and Washington counties, has become the country's 100th-largest metro area. Northwest Arkansas' plan to bring in new talentCompanies like Walmart, Tyson Foods, and JB Hunt are headquartered in Northwest Arkansas and have been attracting movers for years. The Northwest Arkansas Council tried luring remote tech talent with $10,000 and a mountain bike. Do you work in tech and recently move to Northwest Arkansas?
Persons: relocaters, Nicholas Falldine, Falldine, JB Hunt, John Mayer, Nelson Peacock, Peacock, Chris Thompson, Thompson, he's, Walton's, Keith Myers, jumpstart, , Fayetteville's, Jordan Pandy Organizations: Service, University of Arkansas, NWA, , Companies, Walmart, Tyson Foods, Better, Gardens, Northwest Arkansas Council, The Northwest, Kansas City Star, Austin, Census Bureau Locations: Northwest Arkansas, Wall, Silicon, Dallas, Bentonville , Arkansas, Fayetteville —, Benton , Madison, Washington, Austin, Arkansas, Fayetteville, Silicon Valley, Falldine . Northwest Arkansas, Bentonville, The, The Northwest Arkansas, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, homeownership, Tulsa , Oklahoma, Marina Del, Fayetteville Falldine
CNN —American star Lilia Vu sealed an impressive victory at the Women’s Open on Sunday, as she remained unyielding under the pressure of the final round while her rivals dropped shots along the way. Victory marked a comeback of sorts for Vu who has endured a rollercoaster few months. Lilia Vu celebrates as drinks are poured on her on the 18th green. “It was really hard those past couple of months and somehow they believed in me and helped me get this win here.”Vu became the first American winner of the Women’s Open since 2014. Vu’s compatriot Ally Ewing, who had been the runaway leader ahead of the final two rounds, eventually finished in a tie for sixth, four-under par.
Persons: Lilia Vu, England’s Charley Hull, ” Vu, , ” Hull, Jiyai Shin, Amy Yang, Hyo Joo Kim, Vu, Angel Yin, Richard Heathcote, Ally Ewing Organizations: CNN, Walton Health Golf, Chevron, PGA, U.S, Women’s, Hull Locations: American, Tadworth, England
American Vu prevails over Hull to win Women's British Open
  + stars: | 2023-08-13 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
[1/2] Jun 22, 2023; Springfield, New Jersey, USA; Lilia Vu plays a shot from the fairway on the 18th hole during the first round of the KPMG Women's PGA Championship golf tournament. This golf course really forces you to do that, it really tests you. "She's so great, so nice and a really great golfer - you guys watch out for her!" World number one Nelly Korda finished tied-11th, with Frenchwoman Celine Boutier, who won the Women's Scottish Open and Evian Championship in recent weeks, carding an error-free round of 68 to finish on one under par. Reporting by Rohith Nair and Aadi Nair in Bengaluru; Editing by Ken Ferris and Pritha SarkarOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Lilia Vu, John Jones, Charley Hull, Vu, Hull, Charley, Jiyai Shin, Kim Hyo, Amy Yang, Nelly Korda, Celine Boutier, Rohith Nair, Aadi Nair, Ken Ferris, Pritha Organizations: KPMG Women's, USA, Walton Heath Golf Club, Chevron, Georgia, Scottish, Evian Championship, Thomson Locations: Springfield , New Jersey, USA, Surrey, England, Bengaluru
CNN —US golfer Ally Ewing endured a tough third round at the Women’s Open as the 30-year-old golfer finished two shots behind co-leaders Lilia Vu and Charley Hull at Walton Heath on Saturday. American Vu and Briton Hull share the lead on nine-under par, with Angel Yin and Kim Hyo-joo a shot behind, while Ewing is two shots adrift. However, six bogeys in Ewing’s third round allowed her rivals back into contention for the fifth and final major of the women’s season. Lilia Vu won the Chevron Championship to claim the first major of her career earlier this year. A superb round of 67, ensured the 24-year-old Yin ended the day on eight-under par.
Persons: Ally Ewing, Lilia Vu, Charley Hull, Vu, Briton Hull, Angel Yin, Kim Hyo, Ewing, ” Ewing, ” Vu, Yin, Andrew Redington, ” Hull, “ “, ” Yin Organizations: CNN, Walton Heath, LPGA, Chevron, PGA, U.S, Women’s, Briton Locations: Ewing’s, Europe
Hull, Vu share third round lead at Women's British Open
  + stars: | 2023-08-12 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
[1/2] Jul 9, 2023; Pebble Beach, California, USA; Charley Hull walks off the green of the second hole after an eagle putt during the final round of the U.S. Women's Open golf tournament at Pebble Beach Golf Links. Mandatory Credit: Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports/File photoAug 12 (Reuters) - Charley Hull of England and American Lilia Vu shared the lead at nine under par following a windy third round of the Women's British Open at the Walton Heath Golf Club in Surrey, England on Saturday. Hull finished strong with three birdies on her last four holes for 68, raising hopes of a first home winner since Georgia Hall's victory in 2018, while Vu carded seven birdies and two bogeys for 67. Angel Yin and Kim Hyo-joo were one shot back, while American Ally Ewing was two shots off the pace on seven under par going into Sunday's final round. Frenchwoman Celine Boutier, aiming for a third consecutive win following her triumphs at the Women's Scottish Open and Evian Championship, finished at three-over after a 74.
Persons: Charley Hull, Kelvin Kuo, Charley Hull of, American Lilia Vu, Vu, Hull, Angel Yin, Kim Hyo, Ally Ewing, Ewing, Nelly Korda, Korda, Celine Boutier, Aadi Nair Organizations: Women's, USA, Walton Heath Golf Club, Hull, Georgia, Sky Sports, Scottish, Evian Championship, Thomson Locations: Beach , California, USA, Charley Hull of England, American, Surrey, England, Georgia, Bengaluru
[1/2] Jun 24, 2022; Bethesda, Maryland, USA; Ally Ewing plays her shot from the 18th tee during the second round of the KPMG Women's PGA Championship golf tournament at Congressional Country Club. Mandatory Credit: Scott Taetsch-USA TODAY Sports/File photoAug 11 (Reuters) - American Ally Ewing extended her lead at the Women's British Open to five shots with a second round 66, while holder Ashleigh Buhai missed the cut after shooting a 73 at Walton Heath Golf Club on Friday. Gaby Lopez, Alison Lee, Kim Hyo-joo and Lilia Vu all stand six shots behind Ewing. "I thought that was a great score by Ally (Ewing) this morning. South African Buhai's inconsistency saw her mix five bogeys with four birdies for a total score of three-over as she became the fourth consecutive defending champion to miss the cut.
Persons: Ally Ewing, Scott Taetsch, Ashleigh Buhai, Ewing, Charley Hull, Andrea Lee, Japan's Minami Katsu, Gaby Lopez, Alison Lee, Kim Hyo, Lilia Vu, Hull, Ally, Celine Boutier, Tommy Lund, Ken Ferris Organizations: KPMG Women's, Congressional Country Club, Walton Heath Golf Club, Scottish, Evian Championship, Thomson Locations: Bethesda , Maryland, USA, France, Gdansk
American Ewing leads Women's British Open by one shot
  + stars: | 2023-08-10 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
Aug 27, 2022; Ottawa, Ontario, CAN; Ally Ewing prepares to putt on the 13th hole during the third round of the CP Women's Open golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports/File photoAug 10 (Reuters) - American Ally Ewing carded a 68 in the first round of the Women's British Open to finish at four-under for a one-shot lead at the Walton Heath Golf Club on Thursday. "Obviously it was exciting to get in with a good first round, but a long way to go from Sunday," Ewing said. "It's great to put a good first round together, but in major championship golf you can never really lose focus." England's Charley Hull is three shots off the lead after the opening round, having carded 71.
Persons: Ally Ewing, Marc DesRosiers, Ewing, Lee Jeong, Emily Pedersen, Perrine Delacour, Jaravee Boonchant, Amy Yang, Charley Hull, Nasa Hataoka, Holder Ashleigh Buhai, Celine Boutier, Aadi Nair, Tommy Lund, Ken Ferris Organizations: CAN, CP, Walton Heath Golf Club, Nasa, Scottish, Evian, Thomson Locations: Ottawa , Ontario, South Africa, Bengaluru, Gdansk
‘Dreamin’ Wild’ Review: When Past Melodies Resurface
  + stars: | 2023-08-04 | by ( Kyle Smith | )   time to read: 1 min
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There’s an affability between Wilson and the players, many of whom he’s had relationships with for two decades. (“I feel very much as if I’m one of them,” he said in an interview later.) “We want to be in that very demanding, high-achieving environment, where most of us, 90 percent of the time, feel like we’re impostors. Wilson aims “for a different kind of homogeneity,” Mills said. “There’s plenty of sizzling vibrato,” said Charlie Lovell-Jones, another leader of the orchestra, making “a sound you can chew.”
Persons: There’s, Wilson, he’s, , tersely, ” Wilson, William Walton’s, “ John, John Mills, , ” Mills, Mills, Charlie Lovell, Jones Organizations: Sinfonia, London
Snapchat is launching a new fund for augmented-reality lens creators. Traditionally, AR creators have leaned on branded effects to make money. For years, augmented-reality creators who make amusing visual effects for Snapchat have relied on brand work to make money. It's also tested a program where AR creators could charge users for access to variations and upgrades of certain lenses. Other social-media platforms have also recently launched funding programs for AR creators.
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Trump is scheduled to appear before a magistrate judge on four criminal charges related to his efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. More than 1,000 Trump supporters who participated in the Capitol breach have also gone through the motions of a first appearance hearing that the former president will go through himself. Bill HennessyMetropolitan and US Capitol police officers are regularly seen in the building, often to appear as witnesses. But Chutkan’s sentences for January 6 rioters stand out as notably tough among the district court’s, according to data provided by the Justice Department. The defendant in that case, she remarked, “did not go to the United States Capitol out of any love for our country.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Jack Smith, Barrett, Beryl Howell, ” Howell, , , CNN Trump, ” Trump, Guy Reffitt, Nancy Pelosi, Trump's, Bill Hennessy, Christopher Owens, Reggie Walton, Dustin Thompson, ” Thompson, Royce Lamberth, Alan Hostetter, Hostetter, Tanya Chutkan, didn’t, ” Chutkan Organizations: CNN, Capitol, Trump, Prosecutors, Boys, , Bill Hennessy Metropolitan, US Capitol, ” Metropolitan Police, Justice Department, United States Capitol Locations: Washington, DC, York, Manhattan, Florida, United States
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