In the video which has been circulating widely on social media, Earl says: "The Portland police will be here in a minute". "I'm cautious about what I am doing, and how people are perceiving that, and I shouldn't have to think twice about where I take a phone call, or what part of the hotel I can visit", the newspaper quoted Masse as saying on Saturday.
The attack seemed to have begun late Thursday night and by Friday had spread to crucial areas needed to publish the paper. Light said the digital replica of the paper was also affected. "This issue has affected the timeliness and in some cases the completeness of our printed newspapers", Tribune Publishing spokeswoman Marisa Kollias said in a statement.
France's Vinci is paying about 2.9 billion pounds ($3.7 billion) for a majority stake in Gatwick Airport , which made unwelcome headlines last week after drone sightings caused 36 hours of travel chaos for more than 100,000 Christmas travellers.
CHINA and the United States have made plans for face-to-face consultations over trade in January, the Chinese commerce ministry said on Thursday, as the world's two biggest economies advanced efforts to resolve a months-long trade war. While next month's meeting is a positive development, the two sides are not on track to make the kind of large-scale breakthrough that the Trump administration is seeking, according to Derek Scissors, a China expert at the American Enterprise Institute.
Meanwhile, those hiring fewer than 11 workers are allowed to raise minimum hourly wages first to 13.5 dollars by the end of 2018, and then to gradually build up the lowest hourly pay to 15 dollars until December 31, 2019. These clinics are part of an effort to address wage theft and worker exploitation among vulnerable populations, including low-wage and immigrant workers in the state.
Liquidation is expected to begin in January. Lampert is not offering to put up much new cash. Eddie Lampert is asking for more time to round up financing for his bid to keep Sears Holdings Corp. The once-dominant retailer filed for bankruptcy in October, and Lampert was seeking nearly $1 billion to support his rescue effort. The company also has a lot riding on its holiday season sales, which Sears indicated are not going as well as it had hoped.