Friedel: First thing I’ll say is we have three outstanding goalkeepers. And in the offseason we told Matt as he was coming in that he was No. 3, but he would have a fair shot at earning the No. In Nike’s hometown of Portland, Oregon, a panel of community leaders held a hearing on whether Nike is violating Honduran law and its company policies. The panel recommended Nike enforce its code of conduct by immediately paying the workers their severance. Before going back to Honduras, Gina Cano and Lowlee Urquia spoke to five thousand people in front of Portland’s flagship Niketown store, as part of the city’s annual May Day march for worker and immigrant rights.
So did his teammates, especially down the stretch. Muhlenberg, which led 40 35 at halftime, fell behind 64 63 when Mike Frew capped a 9 0 Moravian run with a foul line jumper with 6:36 to go. But Muhlenberg hit six of its last eight shots from the field, beginning with Rossmell’s go ahead 3 pointer with 5:45 left..
MONTREAL The Quebec government is paying $233 million to settle lawsuits over extra costs related to the construction of two large Montreal hospitals, including one that is at the centre of bribery allegations involving a former chief executive of SNC Lavalin.The province will pay $125 million to the Centre Hospitalier du Universite de Montreal (CHUM) and its partner, Collectif Sante Montreal (CSM). The group had claimed $367 million in its lawsuit.Quebec will also pay $108 million to the McGill Health Real Estate Group, a partnership between SNC Lavalin (TSX:SNC) and Innisfree Ltd., to settle the $360 million claim of two lawsuits over the McGill University Health Centre.The first settlement was reached more than a year ago, but kept confidential to avoid interfering with the McGill suit. It covers two phases of the $3 billion downtown project.
I’m finally starting to wrap my head around the 100/500/1000 Year Flood (depending on who you talk to) that hit my town of Boulder, Colorado a couple of weeks ago. Maybe I’m just slow, but during the actual event, and in the immediate aftermath, I felt there was little time to reflect because every second was spent on reacting. Or, if I’m really honest, the quiet moments were spent sitting in shock and confusion.
CORNISH: We begin today’s All Tech with news that Yahoo! is ending telecommuting for its employees. The company sent out an internal memo last week, which found its way to the tech news website All Things D. The memo states: Some of the best decisions and insights come from hallway and cafeteria discussions, meeting new people and impromptu team meetings.