USPS worker accused of hoarding Portland mail – WOODTV.com

Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. SUNFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A 42-year-old postal carrier is being investigated after mail dating back more than a year was found in a western Michigan home. WILX-TV reports that Cheryl Everitt, 42, is suspected of hoarding mail…

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Second profit alert at Ryanair fails to scare off investors – The Times

Michael O’Leary, the airline’s chief executive, said there was overcapacity on short-haul flights in Europe that had pushed fares downFrancois Lenoir/Reuters Investors shrugged off concerns about the performance of Ryanair yesterday as shares in Europe’s busiest airline rose despite it issuing a profits warning for the second time in only four months. Ryanair said that…

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Gov. Whitmer vows to fight GM to save UAW jobs at Detroit-Hamtramck – Detroit Free Press

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer met with about 50 UAW members Friday at union headquarters in Detroit, telling them she will fight to keep their jobs as General Motors looks to idle five factories.  Of the five, Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly and Warren Transmission are in Michigan. Union workers in Lordstown, Ohio, and Oshawa, Ontario, also have been fighting back against GM’s…

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Foxconn doesn’t meet Wisconsin jobs benchmark for 2018 – Channel3000.com – WISC-TV3

More Headlines MADISON, Wis. – Foxconn Technology Group didn’t create enough Wisconsin jobs in 2018 to immediately claim state tax credits. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports the company finished 2018 with 178 full-time employees, 82 short of the minimum required to claim job-creation tax credits. Foxconn can still earn credit for 2018 job creation by…

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