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Englewood grappling with likely loss of Sports Authority corporate HQ

But on Tuesday, company attorney Robert Klyman told a bankruptcy judge that creditors had made reorganization impossible and that the company would now pursue a sale of its assets.Keck said city officials have already reached out to the owner of the Sports Authority corporate building, Denver-based Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners, to gauge their plans for the property. "This is a terrible blow to our community," Englewood city manager Eric Keck said Wednesday.
The Denver Post
28/04
17 Points
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Gonzalez: Union members continue battle against Verizon Communications: 'Corporate America is killing us'

Marcus Santos/New York Daily News “Corporate America is killing us and that’s why I’ll stay out as long as necessary, like my grandfather did in 1971,” Robert Hughes said. ”These days, all company managers think about is the stock price, he said.“Corporate America is killing us and that’s why I’ll stay out as long as necessary, like my grandfather did in 1971,” Hughes said.That was the year of the historic New York Telephone strike.
Daily News
27/04
5 Points
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Bernie Sanders applauds the 40,000 Verizon workers on strike against the communication giant's 'corporate greed'

Bernie Sanders urged striking Verizon workers to keep battling corporate greed Wednesday during an impromptu pep talk on a Brooklyn picket line.The Democratic presidential candidate offered his support after some 40,000 Verizon employees in nine states and Washington, D.C., walked off the job . They don’t want to give us a fair wage.”NEW YORK TRANSIT UNION ENDORSES BERNIE SANDERSThe angry strikers outside the Verizon Wireless on the Flatbush Ave.
Daily News
14/04
4 Points
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Money Ford launches corporate campus redesign

Ford also plans to build a new facility for its Ford Credit operation that will be connected to the headquarters.Fields said Ford is embracing "we space" .  which affects 30,000 employees currently working in 70 separate buildings . Ford picked architectural firm SmithGroupJJR to handle design. Green Building Council, while new buildings would pursue LEED Gold. Construction will begin within weeks at the research and engineering campus, while work on the headquarters campus will start in 2021.
USA Today
12/04
13 Points
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Tech Verizon strike could idle 40,000 workers starting Wednesday

Wednesday, the Communication Workers of America union said Monday.Verizon (VZ) is the local phone company and broadband internet service provider for millions of East Coast residents, and also provides cell phone service through Verizon Wireless. Its shares closed down 1.1% at $51.61.“We’re standing up for working families and standing up to Verizon’s corporate greed,” CWA District 1 Vice President Dennis Trainor said in a statement.
USA Today
12/04
23 Points
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Money Stocks point up as earnings season kicks off

"If analyst estimates are correct, it is likely to be the worst quarter of earnings-per-share results thus far this cycle."Still, Wall Street is not totally downbeat on earnings, as investors think profit expectations have been cut so much that companies will be able to top lowered expectations. In Europe, the broad Stoxx Europe 600 was up 0.6%, the German DAX was 0.9% higher and the CAC 40 in Paris was up 0.6%.Stocks, aside from Tokyo, were higher in Asia.
USA Today
11/04
8 Points
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Money New curbs win battle, but not inversions war

This will affect not only companies engaged in inversion, but multinationals in general, including foreign companies with big operations in the U.S.Companies complain, rightly, that U.S. The result would be higher overall tax revenues and a healthier approach to corporate decision-making.Ultimately, however, real change in keeping companies and jobs in the U.S. the employees, the clients and suppliers, and the communities that have come to depend on the company’s presence for their prosperity.
USA Today
06/04
22 Points
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Money Obama administration takes aim at corporate mergers, inversions

"It is clear that the standards are changing and it’s long overdue. We need a much tougher cop on the beat. Consumers are being harmed with all these mergers."As of Wednesday, more than $415 billion in corporate deals had been withdrawn globally so far in 2016. in which Pfizer would have shifted its headquarters to Ireland to lower its U.S.
USA Today
06/04
21 Points
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Why Wyoming has star turn in the Panama Papers

and in Wyoming may not necessarily even include reference to the fact that MF’s Nevada or Wyoming “offices” are the registering representative of the companies. She refers to Wyoming as just another product offering for clients.“If someone asks (for) a company in Nevada,” she said, “l say why not offer them one in Wyoming.”. the company,” said Heather Lowe, legal counsel and director of government affairs for Global Financial Integrity, a research group based in Washington.
USA Today
06/04
6 Points
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