Sears to Sell and Install Tires Through Amazon

Department store chain Sears announced this week that it will offer full service tire installation through Amazon.com. The company says the service will begin in a couple weeks and will start with forty-seven Sears Auto Center locations in Atlanta, Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Washington D.C. Sears will subsequently roll the […]

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Five More Nike Employees Fired As A Result Of Harassment Investigation

Nike announced this week that five more of its top level executives would be departing the company after an internal inquiry by female Nike employees found a problem of sexual harassment and work-place bias against women. Six people have already been fired or resigned due to the investigation, the results of which were handed to […]

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Stein Campaign Refuses to Turn Over Documents in Russia Probe

Former Green Party candidate, Jill Stein, is refusing to turn over documents and correspondence to the Senate Judiciary Committee relating to the committee’s ongoing Russia investigation. Although she did not fully comply with the demand for the information, calling the request, “so overboard in reach as to demand constitutionally protected materials,” she did agree to […]

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California is Now the Fifth Biggest Economy in The World

The State of California has now surpassed the United Kingdom as the fifth largest economy in the world by growing their gross domestic product $127 billion over the last two years, to $2.7 trillion. The U.K’s economic shrunk this year, believed to be a result of exchange-rate fluctuations the country has suffered over the last […]

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Nestle, Starbucks Strike $7.5 Billion Deal

Nestle struck a $7.5 billion deal with Starbucks this week that will give the Swiss food and beverage company exclusive rights to sell Seattle’s signature coffee in stores around the world. The deal, was announced Monday, allows Starbucks to turn their attention on their more profitable store-operations, as well as higher-end Roastery shops. “This global […]

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McCain Invites Obama, Bush but Not Trump to Funeral

Arizona Senator John McCain does not want President Trump to attend his funeral it was revealed this week. Members of McCain’s family contacted the White House to request that Trump skip the event, but invited Vice President Mike Pence to attend. Senator McCain was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer, Glioblastoma, last year […]

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Plan to Denuclearize Not Because of U.S., North Korea Says

North Korea’s plan to denuclearize was not the result of pressure from the United States, the country’s news agency announced this week, adding that the U.S. was intentionally misleading the public by claiming otherwise. The U.S. government has repeatedly claimed North Korea’s decision to denuclearize was the result of imposed sanctions and a “maximum pressure” […]

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