Dueling Appointments Lead to Clash at Consumer Protection Bureau
New York Times, 25 November at 06:47
President Trump on Friday named his budget director, Mick Mulvaney, as the acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, moving to take control of the agency hours after its departing leader had taken steps to install his own choice for
Graffiti on ink! Coffee covered up, hundreds plan to protest business amid gentrification controversy
The Denver Post, 25 November at 06:37
The ink! Coffee location at 2851 Larimer St. in Denver's Five Points neighborhood was vandalized overnight Wednesday. The store placed a sign outside earlier in the week that sparked outrage for appearing to celebrate gentrification of the historically
Community Reacts To Controversial 'Gentrification' Coffee House Sign
CBS Local, 25 November at 05:59
DENVER (CBS4) – Longtime residents of the Denver Five Points neighborhood are calling a recent advertisement at Ink Coffee “offensive.” Ink Coffee recently posted a sign outside their business, which read “happily gentrifying the neighborhood since 2014.”.
The CFPB now has two acting directors. And nobody knows which one should lead the federal agency
Washington Post, 25 November at 05:41
President Trump and the outgoing head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau both named acting directors to head the watchdog agency on Friday, throwing its leadership into disarray. Legal analysts were split over whether the White House or the ...
Rival appointments set up showdown to lead agency
The Hill, 25 November at 04:25
President Trump on Friday announced that he is appointing Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney · John (Mick) Michael MulvaneyCordray's legacy of consumer protection worth defending Mulvaney: Pass-through entities need to be ...
Trump names Mulvaney as acting CFPB chief as Richard Cordray departs
Los Angeles Times, 25 November at 04:20
President Trump on Friday named White House budget director Mick Mulvaney as the acting chief of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as Richard Cordray prepared to depart the agency. Cordray announced that Friday would be his last day as the ...
Macy's Black Friday Sales Hurt by Credit Card Processing Problem
Fortune, 25 November at 03:39
Macy's was hit by a massive slow down of its credit card and gift card processing on Black Friday, a setback that could hamper its sales significantly, and possibly lose the department store chain massive amounts of money at the start of the holiday
Gun-control group asks web hosting companies to shutter 'ghost gun' sites
The Hill (blog), 25 November at 03:23
A gun control group is calling on two web hosting companies to shutter websites that sell products that allow people to build their own guns. The Associated Press reported Friday that the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, a group founded by ...
Pornhub debuts pop-up shop in SoHo
New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV, 25 November at 02:27
SOHO, Manhattan — “This is for women, for men, it is for the pleasure of all!” It's a new take on Black Friday — They have tinted windows at the Pornhub pop-up on one of the trendiest blocks in SoHo: There are $20 dollar handcuffs from the Museum of
The Tesla Semi will start at $150000 and a longer-range version will sell for $180000
Business Insider, 25 November at 02:19
The electric-car company is also selling a "founder series" version for $200,000 — the cost of which is due in full, up front. CEO Elon Musk unveiled the Semi last week. The base model will travel 300 miles on a single charge. The long-range version
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