However, that appears increasingly unlikely, and Republic will likely use Chapter 11 to eliminate the order. The Republic C-Series order has been rumored to be on the rocks for several years , and some industry observers believed it was a goner long before the bankruptcy.
Dalton admitted to gunning down randomly chosen victims in and around Kalamazoo, Mich., - attacks apparently carried out over hours during which he also ferried passengers around town as an Uber driver. The San Francisco-based ride-hailing service says Dalton cleared a background check and was approved to be a driver on January 25. He had given about 100 rides, the company said.
The retailer will sell some items up for just a penny, while others items will only be eligible for the discount if another item is bought at full price. "We want to be the shopping mecca for the modern American mom, which means we need to dimensionalize the idea of worth". West declined to specify other items that will be available for a penny, saying they will be "a five-star-rated item from within our private brand portfolio that customers tell us that they love".
Since October, China has kept benchmark interest rates at record lows as they inject liquidity into the markets and guide interest rates lower as they shift to a market-based monetary framework. In response to questions regarding China's currency exchange rate and record capital outflows, Zhou said there was "no basis for persistent yuan depreciation" and that the decline in foreign exchange reserves was only temporary.
On October 14 2014, after General Motors said it would stop using Flint water because it was corroding auto parts, Brader advised that Flint reconnect to the Detroit water supply. Snyder, state agencies and others have released in the aftermath of the Flint crisis. Flint - Gov. Rick Snyder on Friday acknowledged he and his staff failed to "connect the dots" on early warnings about Flint's water quality, saying the state "clearly could have done better" in the run-up to the ...
January economic data posted Friday by the Commerce Department was positive on a number of fronts: consumer spending rose at the fastest pace in eight months as incomes continue to post gains, and inflation is starting to firm up. Although financial markets have eliminated bets for a March rate hike, the combination of solid consumer spending, a strengthening labor market and steadily rising inflation suggests further monetary policy tightening can not be ruled out this year.