The battle lines appear to have been drawn in the Democratic presidential primary. It's Sanders versus the slightly more moderate Buttigieg and Klobuchar. But on health care, the candidates are all heading toward the same place – where government has complete control of our health coverage. … [Read more...] about Sally Pipes: Democratic presidential candidates would all end private health insurance eventually
“We load a $50 Uber credit on every ticket we sell,” said Eric Johnson, CEO of LaneOne, which is a joint venture between Live Nation and Azoff MSG Entertainment. (Venues, promoters and artists get a percentage of the sales.) “We set a pin at the drop-off spot at the show. It takes away the anxiety of having to park and figure out those logistics. … [Read more...] about Lyft, Uber see gold in business market
Malachi returned, triumphantly, as a surprise entrant in the 2014 Battle Bowl at the KSWA Arena. His return was hugely popular and more so when he was victorious as the ultimate winner. On May 31, 2014, Malachi and Jack Massacre were the KSWA Owner Bobby O's hand-picked tandem in a tag team challenge by then-champions Tyler Cross and Edric Everhart. The team of "Big and Bigger" went on to defeat "System Elite" for the tag team championship, in front of a Wall Street Journal photographer. In June, 2014, Malachi and Massacre became the first-ever Independent tag team wrestling champions to ever be featured on the cover of the WSJ. The team, also dubbed "Irish Massacre" went on to hold the straps some 490 days, the third-longest in KSWA history. He was part of the KSWA Tag Team of the Year two times and in 2014 was the KSWA's Comeback Megastar of the Year. He also won the People's Choice Award once. … [Read more...] about Mike Malachi To Be Inducted Into KSWA Wrestling Hall Of Fame
Industry executives justify the great shrinkage by pointing to the economic realities of the business, a claim that’s buttressed by how few of the airlines of my childhood still exist today. I have great memories of welcoming my dad home at JFK’s circular Pan Am terminal or being mesmerized by the magical, futuristic red-carpeted building that once housed TWA. As a young man, I flew Eastern, America West and Northwest Airlines. … [Read more...] about Paul Batura: Give us more room, airlines! Forget permission to recline our seats
Proponents of a merger argue that the two issues are intertwined. As rents and real estate prices soar in cities, more people flee to suburbs and rural areas, where housing is cheaper. Yet they still need to commute to urban job centers each day, and the region’s mass transit network isn’t big enough to meet rising demand. … [Read more...] about Affordable housing and transportation improvements are dire needs in the Bay Area. Will taxpayers fund both?