Romelu Lukaku: Everton hopeful striker will sign new long-term deal

Everton are optimistic Romelu Lukaku will sign a long-term deal that would make him the highest-paid player in their history.

Ten Ways Very Productive Employees Get Punished

Jake works very hard but it’s not helping him a bit in his relationship with his boss. What would you tell Jake to do?

Ford shutting Kansas City plant for a week, GM lays off shift in Detroit

DETROIT (Reuters) – Ford Motor Co will close its Kansas City, Missouri pickup truck and van plant for a week in early January to match production and demand, the automaker said on Tuesday.

Argentina, Britain agree to identify bodies of soldiers on Falklands

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Argentina and Britain agreed on a framework to identify the bodies of dozens of unknown Argentine soldiers buried on the disputed Falkland Islands, Argentina’s Foreign Ministry said in on Tuesday.

Automakers aren’t really advertising electric vehicles

Nissan Leaf There are more plug-in vehicles available now than there were a decade ago, and the sales of those vehicles is growing. Sales of electric vehicles are up about a third this year over last year, and November 2016 marked 14 consecutive months of record-setting EV sales in the US.
And yet the grand total of all plug-in vehicles sold in the US in 2016 (not counting December yet) was just shy of… Read More

Airbus delays delivery of A321neo jets to Hawaiian Air

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Hawaiian Holdings Inc has announced an anticipated three-month delay on a delivery of A321neos from Airbus , months after the European plan manufacturer appeared to be getting back on track to its 2016 delivery goals.

Nintendo Just Learned That Mario Doesn’t Equal Sales

Nintendo just released Super Mario Run but review-leavers and consumers aren’t happy with the Japanese giant. Investors are also shaken with a massive stock drop. Is Nintendo’s goose cooked?

U.S. tightens sanctions against North Korea’s U.N. diplomats

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Treasury Department tightened sanctions against North Korean diplomats to the United Nations, requiring banks to get special permission before granting them accounts, the agency said in a notice posted online Tuesday.