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Puerto Rico's governor named a new CEO on Wednesday to lead the U.S. territory's power company, which has now seen three top executives in two weeks as it struggles with a lack of leadership, bankruptcy and the restoration of electricity to hundreds who remain in the dark since Hurricane Maria. Electrical engineer Jose Ortiz, who once served as executive director of the island's water and sewer company, takes over the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority on July 23. He replaces a CEO who lasted only one day in the position and took over from another CEO who announced his resignation last week after nearly four months on the job. Ortiz once served as president of the power company's board, which saw five members resign last week following an outcry over the $750,000 annual salary that a previous CEO would have earned amid an 11-year recession. Ortiz will be making $250,000 annually and will receive no bonuses. Ortiz said his priority is to rebuild Puerto Rico's credibility to help … [Read more...] about Puerto Rico’s Power Company Sees 3rd CEO in Two Weeks
Nearly four dozen homes in a historically black neighborhood have been declared historic landmarks by Miami's preservation board. The Miami Herald reports that preservationists, activists and City Commissioner Ken Russell championed the designation for the West Coconut Grove homes in order to slow ongoing gentrification. But several homeowners said they would appeal. Other homeowners and developers have asked the city to help pay for maintenance and renovations in the landmark homes. The designation bars demolition of the wood-frame and shotgun-style homes. Some of the homes are a century old. North Miami Couple Arrested in $280K Home Depot Fraud Scheme The West Grove is Miami's oldest surviving black neighborhood and was once legally segregated from the wealthier white village of Coconut Grove. It was originally settled by Bahamian immigrants who were later joined by blacks moving out of the Deep South. Get the latest from NBC 6 anywhere, anytime Download the App Available … [Read more...] about Homes Declared Historic Landmarks in West Coconut Grove Neighborhood
Dwyane Wade has a new contract — with his shoe company. Wade and the Chinese apparel company Li-Ning announced that the three-time NBA champion has signed a lifetime contract with the brand, which he has represented since 2012. The finalizing of that deal coincided with Wade and the company revealing his latest shoe, the "Way of Wade 7," at an event in Beijing on Wednesday. Wade appeared at the event with the company's CEO and namesake Li Ning, who is still revered in China for his gymnastics success. "This was something I needed to do from the standpoint of building something," Wade told The Associated Press in a phone interview from China. "That's what I set out to do. This word we all talk about, legacy, I tried to set out to build a legacy for myself and my family. And after six years of that, it's cool to be here today." Miami Dolphins Draft Alabama Safety Minkah Fitzpatrick Financial details of the contract were not revealed, though it's believed the total value to … [Read more...] about Miami Heat Legend Dwyane Wade Signs ‘Lifetime’ Deal with Chinese Apparel Company Li-Ning