Daily Archives: August 5, 2019

6 Students Awarded With Detroit Lions Inspire Change Scholarships – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT, Mich. (Detroit News Watch) – Six students who participate in the Detroit Police Brotherhood and Sisterhood mentoring programs were awarded $10,000. The Detroit Lions Inspire Change Scholarships is for rising freshmen. The six students wrote essays that were judged by members of the Detroit Lions. Some of the winners – Tayvon Smith, Anthony Dewberry, Marcus Hill, Monica Jones and ...

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Michigan Civil Rights Director Reprimanded For Inappropriate Comments – Detroit News Watch

LANSING (Detroit News Watch/AP) — Michigan’s Civil Rights Commission is reprimanding Civil Rights Director Agustin Arbulu for inappropriate comments that he has said objectified women. Chair Alma Wheeler Smith says Arbulu should complete a training program and can’t conduct internal or external training on his own during that time. Arbulu has been director since 2015. He said in a statement ...

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Equifax Data Breach Victims Who Filed For $125 Option May Be Able To Change Choice – Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — Equifax data breach victims who filed for a $125 settlement check will have an opportunity to change their selection and opt for free credit monitoring instead. The move follows a torrent of consumer requests for cash payments from the embattled credit company. The Federal Trade Commission said Thursday consumers who have already requested their checks — which are ...

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DoorDash Is Buying Food Delivery Service Caviar For $410 million – Detroit News Watch

  (CNN) — On-demand food delivery startup DoorDash has agreed to acquire rival Caviar for $410 million. Caviar, the premium restaurant delivery service, was most recently owned by payments-services company Square, which bought the firm in 2014 for about $90 million when it was just an early-stage startup. “We have long-admired Caviar, which has a coveted brand, an exceptional portfolio of premium restaurants ...

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