Six members of the Williams Board of Directors resign. Yesterday's action follows an ouster attempt of Williams CEO Alan Armstrong. When the attempt failed tje members resigned from the board. Among those stepping down were some of the people who voted for a merger with Energy Transfer Equity out of Dallas. ETE pulled out of the $33 Billion deal earlier this week.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Figures from a survey of supply managers in nine Midwest and Plains states have dropped slightly but still suggest economic growth ahead. A report issued Friday says the Mid-American Business Conditions index hit 50.1 in June, compared with 52.1 in May. Creighton University economist Ernie Goss oversees the survey, and he says gains for nondurable-goods producers more than offset continuing losses for regional durable-goods manufacturers. The survey results are compiled...
Attorney General Loretta Lynch said she "fully expects" to endorse the recommendations of career prosecutors and FBI agents investigating the security of Hillary Clinton's email server, but stopped short of recusing herself from the politically charged case.In an interview in Aspen, Colo., Lynch said she regrets that her unscheduled meeting with former President Bill Clinton on a Phoenix airport tarmac this week has "cast a shadow" over the investigation into his wife's email practices at the...
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President Obama spoke with NPR's Steve Inskeep. Steve Inskeep: You've been told, I think, that we are doing a documentary. We went across a good part of the country to places where you have given speeches over the years to just talk with people about how their lives have changed.President Obama: That sounds great. I'm going to listen to this one.I appreciate that. And that's the beginning of our discussion here, although we'll range a little bit farther. This caused me to go back and look at...