Archive for November, 2014

UNC budgets cut by 2 percent, no jobs lost

To delay the widely criticized nighttime parking fee, UNC’s administration had to cut administrative costs by $2.6 million.

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Michael Dell says now-private company able to take long view

Dell computer CEO Michael Dell gave his thoughts on the state of his company, his competitors, layoffs and his goals, a year after the company ended its 25-year run as a publicly traded firm.

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Puerto Rico gov: buses, trains won't be paralyzed

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico's governor said late Sunday that lawmakers have reached a last-minute agreement on a proposed oil tax increase and that public transportation will not be paralyzed as previously planned.

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Watch Trailers for 13 of December's Most Anticipated Films

Reese Witherspoon's 'Wild,' the final 'Hobbit' installment, Chris Rock's Toronto Film Festival sensation 'Top Five,' 'Into the Woods' and Angelina Jolie's 'Unbroken' are all set to hit theaters in the final month of 2014

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Champ Johny Hendricks humbled by career-long layoff ahead of UFC 181

Johny Hendricks’ 265-day layoff ahead of his UFC 181 rematch with Robbie Lawler marks his longest break from competition since his September 2007 debut. But the champ believes it all plays in his favor.Filed under: News, UFC

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Remington layoffs prompt worries for its future

ILION, N.Y. (AP) - In the shadows of the Remington Arms plant, Daniel Stracquadaine of Dr. Dan's Tattooing hears plenty of talk about the plant's future from employees and residents alike.

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