Layoffs are coming to The Guardian US following a snafu over an abandoned move to a new office building.
Trump believes Obamacare replacement will pass House, vote 'needs to happen': White House
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer takes questions during the Daily Briefing at the White House in Washington, DC, March 22, 2017. President Donald Trump is confident a bill replacing key parts of Obamacare will be approved Thursday by the House …
White House: There's 'no plan B' on health care billPolitico
White House defends use of eminent domain for border wall as feds gird for land fightsDallas News
London Attack: Donald Trump Offers 'Full Support' to Theresa May as World Leaders Condemn ViolenceNewsweek
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* CEO Matthew Farrell’s fy 2016 total compensation was $6.4
million – sec filing Source text : http://bit.ly/2mVv2cG
Further company coverage:
Kansas City Star
Oklahoma senator resigns, to fight charges of hiring boy prostitute
An Oklahoma state senator accused of hiring a 17-year-old boy as a prostitute submitted his resignation on Wednesday, saying felony charges against him have become a distraction and he will defend himself against them. Republican Ralph Shortey, 35, …
Embattled state Sen. Ralph Shortey resigns from the LegislatureTulsa World
Sen. Ralph Shortey Resigns From Oklahoma Senatenews9.com KWTV
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In addition to excitement surrounding the debut of the Marvel show “Iron Fist,” there has also been controversy.
NEW YORK, March 22 (Reuters) – A New York state judge on
Wednesday ordered ExxonMobil Corp to work with New
York’s attorney general to recover lost emails from an account
once used by U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson when he was
the oil company’s chief executive.
* Akzo refusal cites jobs losses, differing corporate
culture (Updates after interview with CEO)
Indianapolis tops the list of cities with great cell coverage. New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles — not so much.
Christian Science Monitor
Calif. class action suit alleges 'unfair competition' with Ivanka Trump brand
Christian Science Monitor
Ivanka Trump's fashion brand is facing a class action lawsuit brought by a California boutique, claiming that the first daughter's close relationship to the president and role in the administration gives her business an unfair advantage. Monitor's Best …
Ivanka's role raises red flagsCNN
Ivanka Trump's “unofficial” White House job, explainedVox
With the White House in Crisis, Jared Kushner Spring Breaks in AspenVanity Fair
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March 22 (Reuters) – No meetings are planned between
management and striking workers at Noranda Income Fund’s zinc refinery in Quebec, the second biggest in North
America, a union official said on Wednesday, as the work
stoppage dragged through a sixth week.