The Winners and Losers From the AT&T Verdict
New York Times, 13 June at 16:32
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One man cost Walmart $1.3 million with fraudulent returns at more than 1000 stores, police suspect
Miami Herald, 17 June at 23:12
Authorities say a man suspected of making fraudulent returns at more than 1,000 Walmart stores across the U.S. has been arrested in Arizona. The Yuma Police Department says 23-year-old Thomas Frudaker was apprehended Wednesday after store ...
Word Salad President Demands 'Really Long Strike' Against Jeff Bezos
Gizmodo, 17 June at 22:20
Trump shaking hands with Bezos at a White House event in 2017. Photo: Chip Somodevilla (Getty Images). In between bragging, retweeting himself, and managing to repeat the phrase “Russian Collusion” four times in one tweet, Donald Trump found the time ...
Ford plans to revive long-vacant Michigan Central station as hub for its self-driving cars
CNBC, 17 June at 21:37
Ford Motor plans to release details of its planned conversion of the long-vacant Michigan Central train station just west of downtown Detroit. The Dearborn-based automaker recently bought the 105-year-old building and is expected to redevelop the ...
More technical issues cause flight delays into Charlotte airport
Atlanta Journal Constitution, 17 June at 21:33
For the second time in four days, technical issues impacted flights at the airport in Charlotte, North Carolina. >> Read more trending news. Some flights headed to Charlotte Douglas International Airport were delayed at airports across the country Sunday.
Wendy's investigating Oklahoma location after multiple videos released of mice inside food packaging
ABC Action News, 17 June at 21:09
CATOOSA, Okla. -- It's a video Wendy's employees felt they needed to share: a live mouse amongst the hamburger buns, and feces throughout the packaging. Skylar Frame shared it after she said management did not take action on Thursday. "I just hear ...
Man accused of making $1.3 million in fraudulent returns to Walmart: report
NOLA.com, 17 June at 20:46
A shopping cart sits outside of a Walmart store on January 11, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. Police in Arizona have arrested a 23-year-old man accused of making $1.3 million in fraudulent returns to Walmart stores nationwide. ( Scott Olson/Getty Images ).
Technical issue leads to more flight cancellations for PSA Airlines
WHIO, 17 June at 20:17
Published: Sunday, June 17, 2018 @ 1:15 PM By: Richard Wilson - Staff Writer. Dayton based PSA Airlines unveil new jet in May 2014. Ty Greenlees. Dayton based PSA Airlines unveil new jet in May 2014.(Ty Greenlees). Ty Greenlees. — Technical ...
Trump says it'd be a 'great idea' if workers go on 'really long strike' at Washington Post
Fox Business, 17 June at 20:06
President Trump said Sunday it would be a “great idea” if workers at the Washington Post went on a “really long strike,” after workers signed an open letter to owner Jeff Bezos requesting a wage increase and better benefits. Continue Reading Below.
The 1838 shipwreck was 'the Titanic of its time.' Divers just made an eerie discovery
Charlotte Observer, 17 June at 19:41
Divers recovering artifacts off the steamship Pulaski have made an eerie find that gives credence to eyewitness accounts of the night the ship sank in 1838, taking some of the nation's richest people to the bottom of the Atlantic. A mysterious "grape
More technical issues delay flights into Charlotte airport
WSOC Charlotte, 17 June at 19:39
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - More technical issues are affecting flights at Charlotte Douglas airport. Some flights headed to Charlotte were held at airports across the country Sunday morning. Flight Aware, a website that tracks the status of flights across the
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