Daily Archives: July 25, 2019

‘Not Going To Go Back To That Gory Crap’ – Detroit News Watch

(CBS New York/CBS Local) — With television ratings and attendance slumping and competition ramping up dramatically, World Wrestling Entertainment is planning to take its content in an edgier direction, while still not abandoning its family-friendly persona. Compared to last year, viewership of RAW and SmackDown has fallen by 14 and 11 percent, respectively and many blame the steep declines on ...

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Bike Sharing Offered In Southfield – Detroit News Watch

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (Detroit News Watch) – Bike sharing is now available 24/7 in Southfield. The Southfield City Centre says it’s the perfect time to join the movement. Here are Southfield’s bike share locations: – Southfield Municipal Complex South Pavilion– Southfield Sports Arena– Lawrence Tech UTLC– Laurence Tech Field House– Marriott & Courtyard by Marriott– 3000 Town Center South– City Centre ...

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Tesla CEO To Teach Customers How To Use Car – Detroit News Watch

 (CNN) — Tesla executives are looking for ways to improve service and lower costs after the company posted another three months of major losses Wednesday. One proposed strategy: doing a better job of teaching customers how to use their cars. On a call with Wall Street analysts, CEO Elon Musk said he’s targeting the service division as an area where the ...

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Yankee Candle Founder Dead At 67 – Detroit News Watch

 (CNN) — Candlemaker Michael Kittredge II, who founded Yankee Candle as a teenager in his family home in 1969, has died, according to a spokesman. Kittredge was 67. He died Wednesday night at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston after a brief illness. He was surrounded by family and friends, spokesman Tim O’Brien said in a statement. Yankee Candle founder ...

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No Unusual Cancer Stats Near Medical Manufacturer – Detroit News Watch

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (Detroit News Watch/ AP) — A significant increase in cancer among people near a medical-device manufacturer in Grand Rapids wasn’t found according to the Michigan heath department. Viant Medical has been under scrutiny over its use of ethylene oxide, a colorless gas linked to cancer. In March, the company said it would stop sterilizing equipment at the ...

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University Of Michigan Students Win National Transportation Technology Competition – Detroit News Watch

(Detroit News Watch) – A student team from the University of Michigan was announced as the winners of the second annual Transportation Technology Tournament by the National Operations Center of Excellence. The team’s presentation on a solution to reduce congestion on I-75 and I-696 in Metro Detroit was selected as the winner by a panel of private and public sector ...

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