By Sergio Chapa Published 11:00 am CDT, Thursday, April 11, 2019 President Donald Trump arrives to speak at the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) International Training Center, â€ª905 Foley Rd.â€¬, Wednesday, April 10, 2019 in Crosby. President Donald Trump arrives to speak at the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) International Training Center, â€ª905 Foley Rd.â€¬, Wednesday, April 10, 2019 in Crosby. Photo: Melissa Phillip / Houston Chronicle Photo: Melissa Phillip / Houston Chronicle Image 1 of / 18 Caption Close Image 1 of 18 President Donald Trump arrives to speak at the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) International Training Center, â€ª905 Foley … [Read more...] about War of Words: Trump visit to Houston draws praise from industry, ire from environmentalists
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Phoebe Wall Howard Detroit Free Press Published 10:38 p.m. UTC Jul 13, 2018 Denise Gray arrived at Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant in Livonia, along with nearly three dozen clients and employees, for her business dinner. A well-dressed man she didn't know took her aside and expressed concern about the evening's corporate host, a Korean battery company that recently made leadership changes. Minutes later, she noticed a horrified look on the customer's face when she introduced herself as the company's president. The man realized Gray was the leadership of LG Chem's Michigan Inc. tech center. "It's just being a female in a male-dominated industry," Gray said. "People expect the CEO to be male or Korean or I don't know. Just not me." The little girl raised at Shady Grove Missionary Baptist Church on the corner of McDougall and Charlevoix in Detroit, grew up to be one of the world’s most respected electrical engineers who … [Read more...] about A daughter of Detroit defies odds, takes car industry into the future
0 Comments Poll: Was the Good Friday Agreement a success or failure? BelfastTelegraph.co.uk We asked our online readers to reveal if they would vote differently now. Here are some of your responses. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/good-friday-agreement/poll-was-the-good-friday-agreement-a-success-or-failure-36793003.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/news-analysis/article36656206.ece/e768c/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-03-01_opi_38948744_I1.JPG Email We asked our online readers to reveal if they would vote differently now. Here are some of your responses. Walton Dallton (68), Belfast In 1998 voted: For Vwote same way again? Yes Why? I don’t ever want to go back into the past, it was horrible. One had to live through it to know it. Gerard Trainor (60), Belfast In 1998, voted: for Vote same way again? yes Why? I think back to what it was like before — endless funerals, riots, shootings and bombings, plastic bullets, British Army and RUC harassment. The … [Read more...] about Poll: Was the Good Friday Agreement a success or failure?
Over lunch years ago, a man who ran a successful marijuana business in California complained to his friend Arnold Heckman about how hard it was to find the right packaging materials.Heckman thought the answer was simple: “It seems like you could just go offshore and have what you want made.”His friend replied: “Why don’t you go offshore and have what I want made, and I’ll buy it from you?”That conversation years ago was the beginnings of Cannaline, which sells custom bags and jars and other containers from its Elkridge headquarters to marijuana retailers in states where the drug is legal.Now Heckman is poised to take advantage of business in his own backyard.Maryland is licensing 15 growers, 15 processors and 102 dispensaries for the launch of the medical marijuana industry. Cannaline represents the next tier: the firms to be started or expanded to support the trade.Analysts don’t expect marijuana to rival the state’s biggest industries, … [Read more...] about Jobs, economic spinoff expected from Maryland’s new medical marijuana industry
Not just about dreadful sexual behaviour at the BBC and Hollywood – now we’re reading about serious bullying and rapists at Westminster, in schools and in sport. Take the time to talk to females in other business areas and you’ll find that female harassment and worse comes in all shapes and sizes. In short it is alive and well in places near us all. Just scratch the surface and, given time, you’ll find a lack of gender respect and worse. It’s all very worrying. Will we find sexual misconduct specifically within the motor industry I wonder? As a male dominated industry that is a long way short of being squeaky clean in other areas, I’d be very surprised if this wasn’t the case here but where would we go to check and see? For example, where would motor industry ‘victims’ go (other than to the Police or media) and what are the lessons we could learn here? Inappropriate sexual harassment, bullying and assault Nobody will have sympathy … [Read more...] about The motor industry and sexual harassment