The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Missouri on Tuesday approved $800 million in financing for Peabody, which is restructuring $6.2 billion in debt it could no longer make payments on
“We’re pretty excited,” says Steve Joyce, CEO of Choice Hotels, which includes Comfort Inn and Econo Lodge. “Last year was a record summer for us. We’re going to be a lot stronger this year.”
The justices ruled Thursday that lawyers for CRST Van Expedited Inc. may be able to recoup the money under a law that awards fees to the winning party. They returned the case to a lower court for further review.
The Austin, Minnesota-based food giant and maker of Skippy peanut butter announced Wednesday that it has reached a deal to buy Justin’s for $268 million.
According to city documents, the banking giant is looking to add similar data centers around the country and has zeroed in on Aurora as one of the ideal spots for one of the facilities, which store vital customer information
Although Google keeps its plans under wraps until the big event, the conference agenda makes it clear that virtual reality and artificial intelligence, or “machine learning,” will be among the focal points. That has spurred speculation that Google is getting ready to release a virtual-reality device to compete with Facebook’s new Oculus Rift headset, as well as the Samsung’s Gear VR and the Vive from HTC and Valve.
Jetchick said that since this time last year, the Havana BID — which spans four miles along Havana Street and is home to one of Aurora’s busiest shopping hubs — has seen a large uptick in the number of people soliciting business owners, camping in parking lots and sleeping in nearby ditches and under trees
“(What) if that text…was actually text?” he mused. “Text that could be searched. Text that could be highlighted. That’s more utility and power.”
But for every gauge of the economy that’s pointing up, another has become cause for unease