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Detroit auto show moves to June in ’20

Ian Thibodeau, The Detroit News Published 12:49 a.m. ET July 23, 2018 | Updated 9:21 a.m. ET July 23, 2018 The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) announced that starting in 2020 the show would make a transformational move to June and will start the week of June 8th. (Photo: Detroit Auto Dealers Association, Detroit…

Lenders May Carp, but Bank of Japan Is Wary of Big Shifts

TOKYO—Japan’s central bank is likely to stick to the contours of its current policy at its next meeting, say people familiar with its thinking, despite complaints from banks. After weekend media reports that the Bank of Japan might consider changing its interest-rate targets, the yield on the 10-year government bond rose as high as 0.09%…

FCA shares hit on end of Marchionne era

(ANSA) – Rome, July 23 – Fiat Chrysler Automobiles shares were hit by the end of the Marchionne era losing 4% on the Milan bourse after Sergio Marchionne, in critical condition in a Zurich hospital, was replaced by Jeep wizard Mike Manley.    Ferrari, now led by Louis Carey Camilleri, shed 5% while CNH, now headed…

Hyperloop test pod sets speed record

Image copyright Warr Hyperloop Image caption Three teams sent pods down the short test track to see how fast they could go A competition helping to drive development of the futuristic hyperloop transport system has been won by engineering students from Munich. The hyperloop idea involves passengers in pods travelling at very high speeds down…

Soccer Star’s Resignation Deepens Germany’s Immigration Debate

BERLIN—A fierce debate about identity and integration is escalating in Germany following the resignation of an ethnic Turkish soccer star from the national team over what he deemed “racism and disrespect.” Mesut Ozil, born in Germany to Turkish immigrant parents, was one of the most prominent players in a celebrated national squad that won the…

Big Ten power rankings: Can anyone catch Ohio State?

Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes have reloaded and are our early pick to defend their title as Big Ten champions. Here are ESPN.com’s preseason Big Ten power rankings: 1. Ohio State Buckeyes The Buckeyes finished atop the Big Ten last season and are returning 15 total starters from last season’s team. Quarterback Dwayne Haskins showed…

Andy Reid to Patrick Mahomes: ‘Let’s not be hesitant’

For the first time since coach Andy Reid arrived in Kansas City in 2013, the Chiefs enter training camp with a new starting quarterback. Second-year pro Patrick Mahomes, however, experienced training camp last year while learning behind Alex Smith, and Reid pointed out Sunday the experience helped Mahomes transition during the offseason workout program. “He…

Stone detaches from Western Wall

A large stone detached early Monday from the Western Wall and shattered on the Ezrat Yisrael plaza, only a few meters away from one of the women praying in the area. No one was hurt.   Amid the unusual incident, the entry to the egalitarian prayer area was closed.  

The 10 Best Mission: Impossible Action Sequences, Ranked

Through the myriad tonal shifts and personnel changes of the Mission: Impossible films, one element has remained consistent: the power of its self-contained action sequences. Some are distinguished by their intricate disguises, miraculous computer work, and split-second timing; others are noteworthy for what can only be described as the death wish of producer/star Tom Cruise,…

Did life once thrive on the moon four billion years ago?

The Moon is completely inhospitable and barren with no semblance of life on its surface, however, this may not have always been the case. Scientists have discovered that at two points in the natural satellite’s four billion year existence, the Moon could have harboured life. These two windows occurred shortly after it formed, and then…

Dying groundskeeper to testify in Roundup cancer trial

Californian groundskeeper Dewayne Johnson—seen in this file photo—is to testify July 23, 2018 before the jury on whether a Monsanto weed killer is to blame for his terminal cancer A California groundskeeper dying of cancer is slated to testify Monday before jurors hearing evidence in his lawsuit blaming Monsanto weed killer Roundup for his terminal…

Sharp Objects’s Music Contains a Chilling Message

In Sharp Objects, something similar but not the same is going on. Music voices the show’s central question: Is it better to look at the darkness, or to hide it? This inquiry begins on a visceral level with the creeping dread of the soundtrack curated by music supervisor Susan Jacobs, whether heard in Sylvan Esso’s…

What to Watch: Stephen King’s Characters Converge in Castle Rock

All times Eastern. MONDAY, July 23Island HuntersIt’s like house-hunting, only with a bigger, water-bound twist: This reality series focuses on people shopping for slices of island paradise—and tonight, it’s a Canadian couple looking for a spot in the Lake of the Woods, located in the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba and partially in the U.S.…

Chick-fil-A is taking on Blue Apron in an unprecedented move for a fast-food chain

Chick-fil-A’s Dijon Chicken meal kit. Chick-fil-A Chick-fil-A is making an unprecedented move to dominate its customers’ lives: launching a meal-kit service. On Monday, the chain announced it would begin selling “Mealtime Kits” at 150 restaurants in the Atlanta area in late August, making it the first fast-food chain to offer a meal-kit service. Chick-fil-A’s Crispy…

Fiat Chrysler ‘s European chief resigns after being passed over

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV’s European chief has resigned after being passed over to replace ailing Sergio Marchionne as chief executive officer of the group, according to people familiar with the matter. The departure of Alfredo Altavilla, chief operating officer for the region, deprives new Fiat Chrysler CEO Mike Manley of crucial management experience as he…

Five key dates in the Mesut Ozil saga

Here are the key moments that culminated in Mesut Ozil’s bombshell announcement he was retiring from international football after a career including Germany’s triumph at the 2014 World Cup: – Erdogan meeting – The fiasco started on May 13 when Ozil and fellow Germany midfielder Ilkay Gundogan met Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in London…

300 White Helmet rescue workers still trapped in Syria

“We are 300 volunteer members and calling upon the countries of UK, Canada, Jordan, America to continue their efforts in evacuating the remaining members of the White Helmets,” the rescue volunteer, who goes by the nom de guerre Abu Muhanad, told CNN on Sunday. “Help us and save our lives.” ‘);$vidEndSlate.removeClass(‘video__end-slate–inactive’).addClass(‘video__end-slate–active’);}};CNN.autoPlayVideoExist = (CNN.autoPlayVideoExist === true)…