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Manchester United has today unveiled TAG Heuer as its new Official Timekeeper and Global Partner. The three-year agreement between the prestigious Swiss Avant-Garde watchmaker and the world’ s most popular football club has been celebrated in Beijing with United players."/>
Manchester United Partners with TAG Heuer
Local building boom at full tilt [The Blade, Toledo, Ohio]
Detroit Free Press Susan Tompor column [Detroit Free Press]
Sovran Self Storage decided they needed a common name for all of those stores. Until then, Sovran had been content to run its 30 or so stores by their individual names, but as the company grew, it made sense to have a single name, both for branding purposes and so the company's advertising-- mainly in the Yellow..."/>
Sovran hopes it's name-change gamble pays off [The Buffalo News, N.Y.]
Dick's Sporting Goods to make his purchase. But Whipple also plays Pokémon Go."/>
Attention shoppers: Pokémon Go is in aisle 3 [The Buffalo News, N.Y.]
Gas prices still falling [Messenger-Inquirer, Owensboro, Ky.]
Universal Technical Institute, may not be able to assemble a car transmission from a pile of parts, but she has brought a new vibe to the automotive technician-training school since taking the top post in September. Dubois-Carey, 46, says her 20 years in the hotel/hospitality industry and seven more working in UTI-Sacramento administrative positions gave her a unique perspective. "I'm not an automotive expert,..."/>
Woman brings different leadership to Sacramento technical training campus [The Sacramento Bee]
AutoZone, built in the chain's latest style, a "good fit for a town center," Mayor Gordon Gollott said. It is taking a prime U.S. 90 location, joining Belk, Lowe's, a Keesler Federal Credit Union branch, a gas station and an out building in the parking lot of what used to be the Singing River Mall."/>
More businesses coming to Gautier, but is something missing? [The Sun Herald]
Starbucks' second expansion in as many months is perhaps the most prominent new development in Corpus Christi as summer hits its peak, but it's far from the only one. Down the road, developers are proposing to spend $450,000 on a "Calallen retail center" at 14221 Northwest Blvd., and on the other end of the city Saltgrass Steakhouse is proposing a location near Nile Road off South Padre Island Drive. The Saltgrass plan is a "finishing out" project, which means the restaurant..."/>
Starbucks, Saltgrass Steakhouse top new projects list [Corpus Christi Caller-Times, Texas]
Tile Shop's top executive. Since he joined the company three years ago, he's a do-it-yourselfer at home. "I've tiled multiple bathrooms, a backsplash and some flooring," he said."/>
Tile Shop recovers and builds momentum with product innovation [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
Ameriprise Financial, fell 57 percent to $41.8 million, because he only exercised $18.1 million in stock options. In the previous two years, he made a total of $150 million by cashing in long-held options."/>
Total compensation for Minnesota public company leaders declines 19 percent [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]

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