The for-hire trucking industry's total employment fell by a whopping 6,300 jobs in the month of June, according to preliminary figures reported July 8 by the Department of Labor's monthly Employment Situation Report . Even with the recovery in this month's numbers, analysts believe the U.S. Federal Reserve remains unlikely to raise interest rates when it meets later this month.
Police told Q13 News they are on alert, but will not stray from their mission. It must seem to officers that they can do no right in the eyes of the people they work to serve and protect. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963. A total of 12 police officers and two civilians were shot during the attack, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said. Patrick Zamarripa, 32 , was a Navy veteran who served three tours in Iraq.
For a police chief, he is uncommonly committed to transparency, posting the names of problem officers he has fired - and his reasons for firing them - on Facebook and Twitter. His profile photo showed him with his clenched fist in the air in the familiar Black Power salute. Officials said a "lone shooter" was involved, 25-year-old Micah Johnson, an army veteran who had served in Afghanistan.
Fortune Magazine published two reports alleging a May 7 wreck killing Model S owner Joshua Brown was "material" information that should have been disclosed by Tesla before selling more than $2 billion of stock in a public offering at a price of $215 per share .
And late last month, Tesla founder and chief executive Elon Musk announced plans to spend up to $2.8 billion buying solar panel maker SolarCity , a separate company he founded and for which he serves as chairman of the board. On its side, Tesla is reminding the public that its automated system is not foolproof and that the cars have already driven more than 130 million miles, with only one regrettable accident to date.
The June surge in job growth reflected in part the end of a strike by more than 35,000 Verizon workers that had artificially held down the May numbers. Among services providers, retailers boosted payrolls by nearly 30,000, while employment in health care climbed 58,400. Economists say the deceleration is normal given the relatively advanced age of the economy's recovery from the 2007-09 recession, with the labor market now near full employment.