Daily Archives: December 13, 2018

Airbus delivers 100th U.S.-built jet to Frontier Airlines

Airbus this week delivered the 100th aircraft from its first U.S. manufacturing facility in Mobile, Ala.  The milestone delivery was an A320 narrow-body jet, a model that includes wing components built by Wichita-based Spirit AeroSystems Inc. (NYSE: S...

By | 2018-12-13T23:05:00+00:00 December 13th, 2018|Budget and Tax|

What’s going on in Silicon Valley? Here’s what’s up for Dec. 14-28

Have an opening in your schedule coming up soon? Take a look at the Silicon Valley Business Journal's weekly calendar. If you would rather not brave the big box stores or spend the money to expedite an Amazon package, the week before Christmas offers ...

By | 2018-12-13T22:45:47+00:00 December 13th, 2018|Education|

After enrollment declines, Ohio State revamping its full-time MBA program for more ‘well-rounded’ experience

After some rocky semesters of rising costs and declining enrollment, Ohio State University is redesigning its full-time MBA program. The new program at the Fisher College of Business will create a more relationship-based experience for students, offe...

By | 2018-12-13T22:31:44+00:00 December 13th, 2018|Education|

Battle over school tax hike in Lower Merion to be heard in state court

In a case with potential statewide ramifications, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has decided a legal fight over school taxes in Lower Merion Township will be heard on its merits. The case stems from the district’s 2016 decision to boost taxes despite h...

By | 2018-12-13T12:50:22+00:00 December 13th, 2018|Education|

Dallas esports team to get home games for first time

The Overwatch League is hitting the road. The global city-based esports league, with the exception of its inaugural Grand Finals, has been based at Blizzard Arena Los Angeles in Burbank, California. OWL will still play the majority of its tournaments ...

By | 2018-12-13T07:06:00+00:00 December 13th, 2018|Sports|

Study suggests razing, rebuilding Pimlico Race Course for $424M

Keeping the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore may require razing Pimlico Race Course, a new Maryland Stadium Authority study scheduled to be unveiled Thursday suggests. A summary of the findings released Wednesday recommends demolishing all existing struc...

By | 2018-12-13T01:57:14+00:00 December 13th, 2018|Sports|