close Video No clear frontrunner to replace John Kelly at White House Presumed frontrunner Nick Ayers will also be departing the Trump administration at the end of 2018; Doug McKelway reports on the search for a new chief of staff. here.**On the roster: Why have a chief of staff at all? - Shutdown fears worsen - Russian agent cuts deal with feds - Brexit bungle rolls on - An anonymoose culpritJohn Nicolay was a German from Cincinnati. Abraham Lincoln just as the one-term congressman was beginning his rise. Nicolay became Lincoln’s devoted disciple and eventually his personal secretary. John Hay, a child of privilege from Springfield whose influential uncle kept his law office in the same building as Lincoln. Just 22, Hay came aboard the campaign after Lincoln’s surprise victory at the Republican convention in Chicago. Caleb Smith obligingly had him placed on permanent loan to the White House. Mary Todd … [Read more...] about Why have a chief of staff at all?
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Jenna Johnson, The Washington Post Published 5:37 pm PST, Thursday, November 29, 2018 An employee checks on vehicles Wednesday at the General Motors plant in Lordstown, Ohio. GM said this week that the plant is among five North American sites the automaker plans to close. An employee checks on vehicles Wednesday at the General Motors plant in Lordstown, Ohio. GM said this week that the plant is among five North American sites the automaker plans to close. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Salwan Georges Photo: Washington Post Photo By Salwan Georges Image 1 of / 5 Caption Close Image 1 of 5 An employee checks on vehicles Wednesday at the General Motors plant in Lordstown, Ohio. GM said this week that the plant is among five North American sites the automaker plans to close. An … [Read more...] about ‘It’s a business. We’re numbers.’
Nov 12, 11:39 AM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Business By Adam Levine-Weinberg 11/12/18 AT 11:37 AM Five years ago, General Motors' (NYSE:GM) Cadillac luxury brand seemed to be recovering nicely from the Great Recession. In 2012, Cadillac expanded its model lineup with the ATS compact sedan, to compete better with the likes of BMW and Mercedes, and the XTS full-size sedan (to appeal to Cadillac loyalists). This helped drive a 22% surge in domestic deliveries in 2013, to a recent peak of 182,543 units.This article originally appeared in The Motley Fool.However, while the Cadillac brand has found considerable success in China recently, sales have retreated in the U.S. over the past five years. GM's management hopes an aggressive refresh of the Cadillac model lineup can turn things around. Here's why investors should be optimistic.Betting On The Wrong HorseThe revival at Cadillac that began … [Read more...] about Cadillac May Be Ready To Make A Comeback
close Video Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigns A look at the resignation from Attorney General of Jeff Sessions from the Trump Administration and the Attorney General's growing tension with President Trump, including his recusal from the Russia investigation. here.** On the roster: Can Trump and Mueller make a deal in time? - Florida Senate race will have a recount - What’s next in Washington: Could it be Speaker Pelosi? - 2020 Scouting Report: Trump moves on to 2020 campaign - Magical trash pandaPresident Trump would have been in a better mood at his press conference today.Jeff Sessions.Rod Rosenstein of his duties overseeing the probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election.Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Ben Sasse, Thom Tillis, Mike Lee, Chuck Grassley and their new colleague, Mitt Romney, won’t just sit up and beg on command. Devin Nunes and Bob Goodlatte no longer in position to … [Read more...] about Can Trump and Mueller make a deal in time?
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Bob Hohler Globe Staff December 20, 2015 The Patriots, in an unusual departure from National Football League practice, have created a revenue stream for a private business owned by their franchise quarterback, Tom Brady, and a partner who faced federal sanctions after falsely presenting himself as a medical doctor and deceptively promoting nutritional supplements.One notable product that Brady’s partner, Alejandro “Alex” Guerrero, promoted — and the quarterback enthusiastically endorsed — was marketed as helping to prevent and heal concussions, a grave health issue for NFL players and a challenge to the sport’s image. The Federal Trade Commission effectively shut down sales of Guerrero’s “neuroprotective’’ drink, Neurosafe, in 2014, repudiating his “extraordinary claims.’’Nine years … [Read more...] about Patriots pay a business owned by Tom Brady and Alex Guerrero, a partner with a dubious past