Passengers question why United flight didn’t land as woman suffered seizures – CBS News

ARLINGTON, Va. — Some passengers aboard a United Express flight are asking why a plane didn’t immediately land once a passenger on board began suffering a series of seizures. The ordeal was captured on video by another passenger. The cellphone video from on board the flight to Cincinnati shows a passenger coming to the aid…

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Denver alleges misconduct in bidding process on $233 million Colorado Convention Center expansion – The Denver Post

The city of Denver has frozen the bidding process for the quarter-billion-dollar expansion of the Colorado Convention Center after discovering misconduct, according to a news release issued Tuesday afternoon. Earlier this year, companies submitted competitive bids to design and build the $233 million project. The city was preparing to interview bidders when the City Attorney’s…

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Harrisonburg to discuss motorized scooter regulations at council meeting – WHSV

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) — “Bird” scooters landed in the City of Harrisonburg back in October, and they brought controversy with them. “Lime” scooters rolled in soon after, and the city is now trying to regulate the motorized devices. There are six total amendments proposed for Monday’s City Council meeting. Chris Brown, the Harrisonburg City Attorney,…

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Stitch Fix shares sink 26% as focus shifts from new clients to selling more to existing ones – MarketWatch

Stitch Fix Inc. reported fiscal first-quarter earnings that beat expectations, but a change in strategy that includes slowing growth in new users has sent shares plummeting as much as 26% in Tuesday trading, and closing down 21%. Earnings of 10 cents per share and sales of $366.2 million beat the FactSet expectation for 3 cents…

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Report: Morgan Stanley lands coveted Uber IPO role – TechCrunch

Uber has reportedly picked Morgan Stanley to lead its upcoming initial public offering, news of which became public last week when the ride-hailing giant filed confidentially with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for an IPO expected in the first quarter of 2019. Uber’s choice, first reported by Bloomberg, comes after a months-long bidding war, of sorts,…

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