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“That show was so Black,” my 8-year-old whispered after we saw “The Wiz” on Broadway. He hadn’t made this observation last fall after seeing a performance of the show in Baltimore, during the national tour that preceded this revival. So I was curious: What had changed, and why was this iteration more culturally resonant for him than even the 1978 movie starring Diana Ross and Michael Jackson or NBC’s 2015 “The Wiz Live!” special that I’d screened for him. I suspected my son was drawn to this version’s colloquial expressions (“All I got to do is stay Black and die,” Evillene tells Dorothy), choreography (ranging from Atlanta street dancing to South African amapiano) and its casting of Wayne Brady as the Wiz, who greets the Scarecrow and the Tinman with a dap. (Brady will depart the production on June 12.)
Persons: hadn’t, Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Evillene, Dorothy, Wayne Brady, Brady Organizations: Broadway Locations: Baltimore, Atlanta
CNN —Atlanta Braves outfielder and reigning National League MVP Ronald Acuña Jr. will miss the rest of the Major League Baseball (MLB) season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) during Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates, the team announced on Sunday night. When teammate Marcell Ozuna was up to bat, Acuña tried to steal third base, but his leg buckled awkwardly. Acuña Jr. (13) is tended to after being injured while running the bases in the first inning against the Pittsburgh Pirates on May 26. He’s one of the best players in the game,” Braves pitcher Chris Sale said after the game. Sorry💔😪 — Ronald Acuña Jr. (@ronaldacunajr24) May 27, 2024The Braves star will undergo surgery “at a date yet to be determined,” the team added.
Persons: Ronald Acuña Jr, Marcell Ozuna, Acuña, ” “, ” Acuña, Acuña Jr, Gene J, Chris Sale Organizations: CNN — Atlanta Braves, National League, Major League Baseball, Pittsburgh Pirates, , ” Braves
Reebok Isn’t a ‘Hobby’ for Shaquille O’Neal
  + stars: | 2024-05-26 | by ( Scott Cacciola | )   time to read: +1 min
Mr. Krinsky told his audience that Shaquille O’Neal, the new president of Reebok’s soon-to-be-resuscitated basketball division, had been hoping to attend. But in lieu of being there in person, Mr. O’Neal had sent along a prerecorded video message. But as soon as the video ended, Mr. O’Neal appeared in person — surprise! He greeted the crowd and soon joined Mr. Krinsky for a Q. and A. that the chief executive figured would be light and breezy. But Mr. O’Neal, as he often does, had other plans.
Persons: Todd Krinsky, Krinsky, Shaquille O’Neal, Reebok’s, O’Neal Organizations: Reebok, Artists, Humanity Locations: Boston, Atlanta
Analysts are expecting the Memorial Day weekend to usher in yet another summer of strong consumer spending on travel and other leisure activities. “We haven’t seen Memorial Day weekend travel numbers like these in almost 20 years,” Paula Twidale, senior vice president at AAA Travel, said in a release. Spending this summer will likely be a little softer than last year’s, they said, but still strong. The bank’s consumer travel survey showed that 72% of people said they’re planning to travel, with 36% saying they’ve already planned their trip. Even among respondents making less than $75,000 a year, more than 60% said they’re planning to travel this summer.
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Memorial Day weekend, the traditional launching pad of the summer travel season, is shaping up to set a scorching pace. United is expecting the biggest Memorial Day and summer travel season in the airline’s 98-year history, according to Andrew Nocella, United’s executive vice president and chief commercial officer. Air traffic controller shortageThe air traffic control tower at Los Angeles International Airport is a busy place. The United States is still short thousands of air traffic control personnel. Markus Mainka/imageBROKER/ShutterstockDespite a surge in hiring last year, air traffic control stations nationwide are still about 3,000 controllers short, according to new FAA numbers.
Persons: it’s, Andrew Nocella, Markus Mainka, Scott Keyes, , ” Keyes, Tayfun, Bob Thomas, haven’t, Elijah Nouvelage, Keyes, , Antonio Masiello, he’s, Angela Fritz Organizations: CNN, Federal Aviation Administration, Transportation Security Administration, TSA, American Airlines and United Airlines, Airlines for America, Airlines, America, Air, Los Angeles International, FAA, CNN Travel, San Francisco International, Anadolu Agency, Embry ‑ Riddle Aeronautical University, Aircraft, Travelers, Hartsfield, Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Getty Locations: United States, New York City, Florida, New York, Miami, Chicago, Atlantic, AFP, Rome, Europe, Mexico, Australia, Paris, Iceland, Dublin, CNN’s
In photo at right, Rob Breakiron with his daughter, Isabelle, at a performance of Taylor Swift's Eras tour. He often wears Swift's merchandise or friendship bracelets from her ongoing Eras tour on team calls. He's seen updates on Swift's music and personal life as something employees from across generations jump in to discuss on a team messaging forum. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted photos of his face bejeweled and wrists covered in friendship bracelets, which have become a hallmark accessory of Swift's tour. Despite that, she said, Swift's music has been a "universal language" that's helped her connect with everyone from the fathers of fans to women who see themselves in the singer.
Persons: Megh McLaughlin, Rob Breakiron, Isabelle, Taylor, Isabelle Breakiron, Taylor Swift, Swift, he's, Angela Hall, Andrew Boyagi, Boyagi, He's, Johan Cruyff, Jeff Bezos, Ray Dalio, Mark Zuckerberg, Susan St, Ledger, that's, McLaughlin, Amani Albertsen, Wise, Albertsen, Sharif Karmally, Karmally, Beyoncé, Raeah Smith, Smith, hasn't, Matt Lindner, Lindner, Organizations: KPMG, Angela Hall of Michigan State University's School of Human Resources, Labor Relations, Society for Human Resource Management, Getty, Amazon, Disney, Michigan State's Hall, CNBC, Poets Department, Data Department Locations: Virginia, Australia, Cincinnati , Ohio, Amsterdam, Netherlands, St, HashiCorp, Florida, U.S, Atlanta, Texas, Minneapolis, Chicago
I run the YouTube entertainment news channel Funky Dineva, but I started my career as an accountant after graduating in 2005 with an economics degree. I have a creative personality, and I found the routine and confinement of accounting to be painful and unbearable. AdvertisementI had a YouTube channel that I decided to start taking seriouslyI decided that moving forward, I would do what's authentic to me: entertainment. I launched my YouTube channel in December 2010 but didn't start treating it like a job until I was out of accounting. I interviewed members of the cast backstage, and the content was used as digital assets for the brand on its website.
Persons: , Quentin Latham, I'm, Mona Scott Young, I've Organizations: Service, Business, YouTube, Montgomery Riverfront, Kanye, VH1, Atlanta, College, Google Locations: Miami
United Auto Workers (UAW) members and supporters on a picket line outside the ZF Chassis Systems plant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, US, on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2023. DETROIT – The United Auto Workers union is challenging the results of last week's organizing vote of Mercedes-Benz workers in Alabama, in which workers voted against union representation, and is asking federal officials to order a new election. Union organizing failed at the Alabama plant with 56% of the vote, or 2,642 workers, casting ballots against the UAW, according to the NLRB, which oversaw the election. The NLRB said its regional director will review the UAW's allegations of an unfair election. If after the hearing, she finds that the employer's conduct affected the election, she can order a new election.
Persons: Let's, isn't, Shawn Fain Organizations: United Auto Workers, UAW, ZF, Systems, DETROIT –, Mercedes, Benz, Union, National Labor Relations, NLRB Locations: Tuscaloosa , Alabama, Alabama, Detroit, Atlanta
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailPrivate equity and venture capitals jump into professional sportsRashaun Williams, Value Investment Group founder and Atlanta Falcons limited partner, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss sports as an investable asset, the IPO market, and more.
Persons: Rashaun Williams Organizations: Value Investment Group, Atlanta Falcons
Investors can still bank on a share-boosting sale of Atlanta Braves Holdings , according to Rosenblatt Securities. In a report out on Wednesday, Rosenblatt analyst Barton Crockett brushed off remarks from Liberty Media chairman John Malone late last week that the Braves were "not for sale." Liberty Media owns 17% of the Braves' Series C non-voting shares that trade under ticker symbol BATRK, Malone another 6% and Braves and Liberty Media CEO Gregory Maffei some 2.25%, according to FacSet data. Majority control of the Braves' voting stock remains in Malone and Liberty's hands. That date refers to the one-year anniversary of the Braves Holdings spinoff from Liberty Media in 2023.
Persons: Rosenblatt, Barton Crockett, John Malone, Crockett, Malone, Gregory Maffei, Liberty's, pining, David Joyce Organizations: Atlanta Braves Holdings, Rosenblatt Securities, Liberty Media, Braves, Braves Holdings, National League Division, Major League Baseball, ESPN, Seaport, National League Locations: Wednesday's, Malone
My two sisters and I were incredibly close, and the loss of one of our trio shattered Carolyn and me. When it came to my sister's belongings, all I had was her navy bathrobe and a bottle of her favorite cologne. Some of Mo's letters were on company letterhead ("The boss thinks I'm typing up a brief, but ha! But I'm very glad they have these snapshots of Mo's life. And I believe, through the letters, Maureen lives on, not just for me, but for the nieces and nephews she would have loved so much but never got to meet.
Persons: Carolyn, Maureen, — waitressing, cologne, rancid Organizations: Service, Business, Yorker Locations: cologne, Philadelphia, Atlanta
The 1986 Air Carrier Access Act requires airlines to provide a wheelchair to passengers with disabilities at the airport. The problem: Many travelers are faking it, Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle says. There are people using wheelchair assistance who don't need it at all," Biffle said at a Wings Club luncheon on Thursday in New York. Biffle wasn't talking about travelers' personal wheelchairs but rather the service airlines provide when travelers arrive at the airport. Biffle isn't the only executive to complain about travelers falsely claiming they need a wheelchair at the airport.
Persons: Barry Biffle, Biffle, John Holland, Kaye, John Morris Organizations: Frontier Airlines, Wings, CNBC, London's, Airport, LBC Radio, Transportation Department Locations: New York, Atlanta
Stocks jumped Thursday with investors feeling buoyant after Nvidia's big first-quarter earnings report. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementUS stocks moved higher on Thursday, with investors cheering another blowout earnings report from chip giant Nvidia. The company, whose chips are at the heart of the artificial intelligence boom, beat on both revenue and earnings. It reported $26.04 billion in revenue versus analyst estimates of $24.65 billion, and earnings per share of $6.12, compared to estimates of $5.59.
Persons: Stocks, Raphael Bostic, , Blackwell, AI Jensen, Dan Ives Organizations: Atlanta Fed, Service, Nvidia, Securities, Microsoft, Atlanta Federal Reserve, Here's
The protest vote against Mr. Biden there was nearly double that against Mr. Trump, who won about 85 percent of the vote in the Republican primary. Turnout also plunged in the Democratic primary, with about 184,000 votes tallied, compared with the more than 537,000 recorded in 2020. In neighboring Washington State, the uncommitted ballot option got nearly 10 percent of the vote in the Democratic primary in late March. Image Fani Willis, the Fulton County district attorney, celebrated her re-election win in the Democratic primary on Tuesday in Atlanta. The Democratic primary for district attorney in Fulton County, Ga., ended in a remarkable blowout.
Persons: Vince Fong, Kevin McCarthy, Fong, McCarthy, — Mike Boudreaux, Biden, Donald J, Mr, Trump, Fani Willis, Brynn Anderson, Willis, Christian Wise Smith, Scott McAfee, Trump’s, Judge McAfee, McAfee’s, Jamie McLeod, Skinner, Janelle Bynum, Ms, Bynum, Tina Kotek, Lori Chavez, DeRemer, Mike Schmidt, Nathan Vasquez, Vasquez, Schmidt, Schmidt’s Organizations: Republican, Trump, Democratic, Mr, Associated, Georgia, Oregon’s Fifth Congressional Locations: California, Tulare County, Georgia , Idaho , Kentucky, Oregon, Kentucky, In Oregon, Gaza, Washington State, Fulton County, Atlanta ., Georgia, Fulton County ,, Multnomah County, Portland
"I think the message that's coming through is that they have no idea what's going on," Howard said on CNBC's "Squawk Box Europe" on Wednesday. Fed Governor Christopher Waller on Tuesday said that he needed to see further data evidence that inflation was softening before supporting rate cuts. Waller's comments were echoed by other Fed officials on Tuesday, including Boston Fed President Susan Collins. 'A credibility problem'But Fed officials have not come out with a clear message about their expectations or to address why inflation remains elevated, GAM's Howard said. "And now [policymakers] think inflation is coming down but its not coming down fast enough," he said.
Persons: Valerie Plesch, Julian Howard, Howard, Christopher Waller, Waller's, Susan Collins, GAM's Howard, They've Organizations: Eccles Federal, Bloomberg, Getty, Federal, GAM, Fed, Peterson Institute for International Economics, Boston Fed, Atlanta Federal Reserve Locations: Washington , DC, U.S, Washington
Here are Wednesday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Morgan Stanley reiterates Tesla as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's sticking with its overweight rating on Tesla but says it's only a matter of time before others automakers begin to take advantage of AI also. Morgan Stanley reiterates Meta as overweight Morgan Stanley said that, as users adopt the company's Reels product it becomes a "monetization opportunity." Morgan Stanley reiterates Dell as a top pick Morgan Stanley said Dell remains a favorite name at the firm. Morgan Stanley reiterates McDonald's as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's standing by the fast-food chain. Morgan Stanley reiterates Ferrari as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's standing by its overweight rating on the automaker.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Tesla, Piper Sandler, Piper, Meta, Dell, JMP, Oppenheimer, it's, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Kraft Heinz, McDonald's, Rosenblatt, John Malone, Sportico, Morgan Stanley downgrades, Generac, Jefferies, Needham, Stryker, Ferrari, MSFT Organizations: GM, Ford, Nvidia, Blackwell, ODM, Lenovo, Dell, China Tech Hardware, Costco, " Bank of America, Bank of America, Kraft, Brunswick, UBS, Brunswick Corporation, Atlanta Braves Holdings, Deutsche Bank, Waste Management, Deutsche, Price, Jefferies, Prudential, Lincoln National, Microsoft, Garmin, of America Locations: Coinbase, Shopify
ET, the 10-year Treasury yield was up by over two basis points to 4.4374%. The 2-year Treasury yield was last at 4.8626% after rising by nearly three basis points. U.S. Treasury yields were higher on Wednesday as investors considered the latest comments from Federal Reserve speakers about the outlook for inflation and interest rates. A series of Fed officials on Tuesday urged patience when it comes to rate cuts as inflation remains above the Fed's 2% target. On Wednesday, further Fed officials are set to give remarks and minutes from the central bank's latest meeting are due to be released.
Persons: Christopher Waller, Susan Collins, Raphael Bostic Organizations: U.S, Treasury, Federal Reserve, Boston Fed, Atlanta Fed
Two key players in the Georgia election interference case against former President Donald Trump have defeated challengers in Tuesday's election. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee both won. McAfee won a nonpartisan contest, which means he will serve a full four-year term beginning in January. As she moves on to the general election, the odds would seem to be in Willis' favor as well. Fulton County includes most of the city of Atlanta and is heavily Democratic, about 73% of its voters having cast ballots for President Joe Biden in the 2020 election.
Persons: Fani Willis, Donald Trump, Scott McAfee, Willis, McAfee, Christian Wise Smith, Republican Courtney Kramer, Joe Biden, Kramer, Trump Organizations: Fulton, Superior, Trump, Democratic, Republican Locations: Fulton County, Atlanta , Georgia, Georgia, Atlanta, Fulton
Fani Willis, the Fulton County district attorney who is prosecuting Trump, is projected to win her Democratic primary rematch with attorney and author Christian Wise Smith. And Judge Scott McAfee, who is overseeing the former president’s case, is projected to win his nonpartisan election for Fulton County Superior Court. That has left the Trump case effectively at a standstill. Wise Smith, Willis’ primary opponent, finished third in the 2020 Democratic primary for Fulton County district attorney. Kemp could wind up being a witness in the Trump case.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Fani Willis, Trump, Christian Wise Smith, Scott McAfee, Willis, Nathan Wade, Wade, Wise Smith, Willis ’, CNN’s Laura Coates, ” Willis, Courtney Kramer, Kramer, Joe Biden’s, McAfee, Robert Patillo, Patillo, , Tiffani Johnson, Brian Kemp, , Kemp, Roy Barnes, Barnes, CNN’s Ryan Young, Devon M, Sayers Organizations: CNN, Democratic, Fulton County Superior Court, Trump, Republican, McAfee, Republican Gov, Democrat, Devon Locations: Georgia, Fulton County, Fulton, Atlanta
We've got you covered if you're looking for how to score tickets to Tate McRae's 2024 Think Later World Tour. Tate McRae 2024 tour scheduleWith over 20 concerts already down, Tate McRae still has more than 40 shows left in her 2024 world tour. How to buy tickets for Tate McRae's 2024 concert tourYou can buy original tickets to Tate McRae's Think Later World Tour on Ticketmaster and Live Nation. Tate McRae tickets are also available to purchase through verified resale ticket vendors such as StubHub and Vivid Seats. The opening act for Tate McRae's 2024 tour dates in Asia has not been announced yet.
Persons: Tate McRae, McRae, She'll, We've, Irving, Rogers, Tate, Presley, she'll Organizations: Business, Tate, Boston, New, Ticketmaster, North Locations: Dublin, Ireland, Europe, North America, Asia, Oceania, Wellington , New Zealand, U.S, Madrid, Spain, Lisbon, Portugal, Calgary, AB, Canada, Woodinville, WA, San Francisco, Los Angeles, CA, Phoenix, AZ, Austin, Houston, Cincinnati, Toronto, ON, Sterling Heights, MI, Maryland, Minneapolis, Chicago, Nashville, TN, Indianapolis, Boston, Uncasville, Washington, Philadelphia, Raleigh, NC, Atlanta, Holmdel, NJ, New York City, NY, Tokyo, Japan, Singapore, Bangkok, Thailand, Quezon City, Philippines, Perth, Australia, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, Auckland , New Zealand
Oil storage drums stacked in the Keihin industrial area of Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, on Monday, April 15, 2024. Oil prices fell in early Asian trade on Tuesday, with investors anticipating higher-for-longer U.S. inflation and interest rates will depress consumer and industrial demand. "Fears of weaker demand led to selling as the prospect of Fed rate cut became more distant," said analyst Toshitaka Tazawa at Fujitomi Securities. Lower interest rates reduce borrowing costs, freeing up funds which could boost economic growth and demand for oil. OPEC+ could extend some voluntary output cuts if demand fails to pick up, people with knowledge of the matter previously told Reuters.
Persons: Toshitaka Tazawa, Philip Jefferson, Michael Barr, Raphael Bostic, Ebrahim Raisi, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Mohammed Bin Salman, Fujitomi's Tazawa Organizations: Brent, . West Texas, Federal, Fujitomi Securities, Atlanta Fed, Reuters, Saudi Arabia's Crown, Iranian, Investors, Organization of, Petroleum Locations: Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, Saudi, OPEC
Walmart's chief people officer, Donna Morris, commented similarly in a memo announcing the layoffs and relocations earlier that week. She wrote that working in an office would help workers collaborate, innovate, and "move even faster." Still, some employees continued working remotely, and several satellite offices remained open in cities like Atlanta, Dallas, Toronto, and Seattle. He also said he doesn't think the company is using this RTO mandate as a cover for achieving cost savings through workforce reductions, commonly referred to as "quiet firing," but that it's more part of Walmart's ethos. For the remote worker BI spoke with, the next few weeks will be filled with uncertainty.
Persons: , it's, Sam Walton, Nelson Lichtenstein, Doug McMillon, Donna Morris, Morris, Suresh Kumar, Walmart's, Kumar, Kelli Oakes, she'd, I'm, Oakes, Lichtenstein, there's, Gartner Organizations: Service, Walmart, Business, University of California, Executives, BI, Home, LinkedIn, Walmart Global Tech, Sam's Club, UC Locations: Arkansas, Bentonville , Arkansas, New York, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Bentonville, Atlanta, Dallas, Toronto, Seattle, Bay, Hoboken , New Jersey, South Carolina, Northwest Arkansas
Stock futures are near flat Monday night after the technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite closed at an all-time high. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures lost just 27 points, while S&P 500 futures also sat near its flatline. Those moves come after a mixed day on Wall Street. But the blue-chip Dow slipped almost 200 points, or 0.5%. Monday's action follows a notable week on Wall Street amid renewed hopes about the state of inflation and monetary policy.
Persons: Dow, Jamie Dimon, Keith Buchanan, Christopher Waller, Tom Barkin, Raphael Bostic Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Stock, Nasdaq, Dow Jones Industrial, Palo Alto Networks, LSEG, Nvidia, JPMorgan, Globalt Investments, Federal, Richmond Fed, Atlanta Fed, Traders
Morehouse College President David A. Thomas speaks at Northeastern University’s commencement ceremony in Boston on May 5. Danielle Parhizkaran/The Boston Globe/Getty ImagesMorehouse College President David A. Thomas said Thursday he would shut down commencement ceremonies “on the spot” rather than allow police to remove student protesters in zip ties during President Joe Biden’s graduation speech. Biden’s scheduled commencement speech Sunday at one of the nation’s preeminent historically Black colleges comes as school officials around the country have called in law enforcement to clear pro-Palestinian encampments and quell demonstrations in recent weeks. “So, for example, prolonged shouting down of the president as he speaks. I have also made a decision that we will also not ask police to take individuals out of commencement in zip ties.
Persons: David A, Thomas, Danielle Parhizkaran, Joe Biden’s, Biden’s, ” Thomas, , Morehouse Organizations: Morehouse, Northeastern, Boston Globe, Getty Images Morehouse College, CNN, White House Locations: Boston, Atlanta, Gaza
U.S. President Joe Biden addresses Morehouse College graduates during a commencement ceremony in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S., May 19. Biden's commencement address at Morehouse comes as recent polling has showed Black voters, especially young ones, have weakening enthusiasm for the president. Meanwhile, former President Donald Trump's support from Black voters has increased by 9 percentage points. But Biden still has the majority of support among Black voters, at 69% vs. Trump's 18%. Vice President Kamala Harris has spent years reaching out to Black voters over the course of Biden's first term.
Persons: Joe Biden, Morehouse, Donald Trump's, Biden, Biden's, Sebastian Gordon, Kamala Harris, Wally Adeyemo, Steven Horsford, Harris, Adeyemo Organizations: Morehouse College, Morehouse, Black, NBC, NBC News, White House, Georgia, NAACP, state's Democratic, Biden Locations: Atlanta , Georgia, U.S, Gaza, Black, Atlanta, Israel, Detroit, Nevada, Wisconsin
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