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Here are all the ways Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes has imitated Steve Jobs over the years

Her Jobs obsessions ruled everything from clothing choices to management techniques to the car she rode in. Wall Street Journal writer John Carreyrou details all the ways Holmes tried to emulate Jobs in his book "Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon ... read more

Trump threatens another shutdown as budget battle heats up

The rest may get bundled together into a single, massive measure yet again. The worst-case scenario? A government shutdown just a month before Election Day, Nov. 6, as Republicans and Democrats fight for control of the House and possibly the Senate. read more

Cobalt's West Allis project could receive $36.8M in city help

West Allis officials will consider spending up to $36.8 million supporting Cobalt Partners' planned redevelopment of 23 acres around South 70th Street. That spending, which will come up for review in June, would finance demolition of a large former Allis ... read more

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Sen. Jeff Flake doesn't rule out 2020 primary challenge to President Trump

Sen. Jeff Flake on Sunday did not rule out launching a Republican primary challenge to President Trump in 2020 and said he does hope a GOP alternative to Mr. Trump emerges for the next presidential election. “It’s not in my plans, but I have not ruled ... read more

Port of Cromarty Firth search for contractors could create 200 local jobs

The Port of Cromarty Firth (PCF) is seeking contractors for a £25 million development at its Invergordon facilities, which it says could create almost 200 local jobs. The project will see a 700 foot “multi-user” quayside, capable of accommodating a ... read more

Gov. Hogan declares state of emergency after floods hit Ellicott City, Baltimore

Hogan during a news conference Sunday night said changes have been made and were still in the process to prevent another flood after the 2016 tragedy in which two people were killed. But he said no one predicted another storm of this magnitude would occur ... read more

Asian shares advance as markets mull North Korea, Italy, oil

HONG KONG (AP) — Shares were mostly higher in Asia on Monday as investors digested the latest developments regarding North Korea and Italian politics. Crude oil extended losses as traders braced for output increases. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark ... read more

Wine may battle cannabis for key consumers with legalization

Read business coverage of cannabis in the North Coast ... Some analysts believe that cannabis may lure tourists away from tasting rooms, but there aren’t strong indicators that this will trend. Proponents state that the wine and cannabis industries ... read more

Eighth round of Scottish Green Bus Fund to give £1.7m cash boost

Of the 524 million public transport journeys were made in 2016/17, an incredible 75% were made by bus. That is why when it comes to improving the environment and the quality of the air in our towns and cities, it can only be achieved by working in ... read more

Rep. Mark Meadows: 'No question' there was a 'spy' collecting info during 2016 campaign

Rep. Mark Meadows said Sunday there’s “no question” there was a “spy” collecting information during the 2016 Trump presidential campaign, and the real question is when the intelligence-gathering began. “There is no question that there was a spy ... read more

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