Daily Archives: July 7, 2018

With Toys ‘R’ Us Gone, Amazon Reportedly Creating Its Own Toy Catalog « Detroit News Watch

SEATTLE, Wa. (CBS Local) – Amazon is looking to continue a tradition that seemed to have ended when Toys “R” Us closed for good on June 29. The online marketplace is reportedly planning to publish their own giant toy catalog during the holiday season. According to Bloomberg, Amazon is looking to keep this childhood favorite going as part of the online ...

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Chick-fil-A Named America’s Favorite Fast Food Restaurant « Detroit News Watch

(CBS Local) – The Chick-fil-A cow’s plea for Americans to “eat mor chikin” has apparently paid off. The fast food chain has been named the most popular fast food restaurant in America for the third year in a row. The Chick-fil-A cow. (Photo by Michael Wade/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) is reportedly based on interviews with 22,500 customers who ...

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MSU’s Ex-Medical Dean Gets the Message –  Deadline Detroit

It’s about as far from a graceful exit as voluntary retirement can be. William Strampel, the criminally charged former medical dean at Michigan State, won’t get any farewell banquet or tributes from colleagues and students after 19 years at the College of Osteopathic Medicine. Instead, his university’s interim leader gives this sendoff: “His conduct and attitude were ...

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Student ‘Disfigured’ After Educator Slams Hand in Door « Detroit News Watch

MI — Another lawsuit has been filed involving a student reportedly being injured by an educator. Webb Elementary School student Serenity Wadley nearly suffered a severed finger, her attorney said, after an paraprofessional at the Hazel Park School District allegedly slammed her finger in the door as Wadley tried to leave the classroom. The lawsuit was filed July 2 against ...

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Ex-Medical School Dean Retires Amid Nassar Fallout « Detroit News Watch

EAST LANSING (AP) — The former dean of Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine has retired amid criminal charges stemming from the investigation of disgraced sports doctor Larry Nassar. The university says William Strampel signed an agreement Thursday to retire effective June 30. Officials say Strampel gets basic retiree health care coverage and $175,000 — less money than he ...

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