By Joshua Fechter Updated 6:51 pm CDT, Monday, October 22, 2018 The Okin BPS decision to put its U.S. headquarters in San Antonio will bring a capital investment of at least $25 million to the area, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday at an event at Brooks on the city’s South Side. less The Okin BPS decision to put its U.S. headquarters in San Antonio will bring a capital investment of at least $25 million to the area, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday at an event at Brooks on the city’s ... more Photo: Nick Wagner /Associated Press 20. Architectural and engineering managersAnnual Mean wage: $137,610 20. Architectural and engineering managers Annual Mean wage: $137,610 Photo: Hero Images/Getty Images/Hero Images 19. Software developers, system softwareAnnual mean wage: $139,640 19. Software developers, system software Annual mean … [Read more...] about San Antonio getting U.S. headquarters for European company, bringing 1,400 jobs
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By Bob D’Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk TROY, OHIO — Sixth-graders at an Ohio school and their parents were notified Friday that the annual trip to Washington, D.C., probably won’t occur. >> Read more trending news Troy City Schools district isn’t alone. School districts across the state have reported their trips were being canceled because Discovery Tours, based in the Cleveland area, allegedly had not paid for reservations at hotels and bus lines.The students and chaperones had paid nearly $200,000 total.By late Friday afternoon, the company had sent Troy school officials an email that said: Recommended for you Recommended for you Recommended for you Most read 1 BREAKING: Hurricane center issues special forecast for system near Bahamas | WeatherPlus 2 Palm Beach County mugshots: Arrest photos from Palm Beach County 3 ‘What's funny? My baby is dead!' Mother of dead toddler yells in … [Read more...] about Travel company’s closure prevents Ohio students from taking DC trip they paid for
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Read more transcripts from Face the Nation here. MARGARET BRENNAN, CBS NEWS: Today on FACE THE NATION: North Korea declares it will suspend testing of nuclear missiles and plans to close a test site. The announcement is hailed as a step in the right direction by President Trump, as also faces some crucial decisions about that summit with Kim Jong-un and as his embattled nominees for secretary of state and CIA director move forward in the Senate. All this as the president's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, faces possible be criminal charges. Will Cohen turn on his longtime client in order to make a plea deal? We will cover it all today with two key voices in the Senate, Arkansas Republican Tom Cotton and California Democrat Dianne Feinstein. Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif tells us what his country is prepared to do if the president officially pulls out of the Iran nuclear deal. And former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg joins us to make an Earth Day … [Read more...] about Full transcript: ‘Face the Nation’ on April 22, 2018
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a billionaire philanthropist, announced a new development in his work to combat climate change, on this Sunday's broadcast of "Face the Nation." What follows is a transcript of the interview that aired Sunday, April 22, 2018. BLOOMBERG: America made a commitment and as an American if the government's not going to do it we all have responsibility. I'm able to do it. So, yes, I'm going to send them a check for the monies that America had promised to the organization as though they got it from the federal government. BRENNAN: Four and a half million dollars this year. Will you do the same next or-- BLOOMBERG: We'll figure out-- hopefully by then President Trump will have changed his view which would be great. BRENNAN: President Trump has been a huge critic of this Paris Climate Change Accord but-- BLOOMBERG: He has been. But that doesn't mean he can't listen to others and change his mind. A person that doesn't change their mind isn't very … [Read more...] about Transcript: Michael Bloomberg on “Face the Nation,” April 22, 2018