ALLENTOWN, Penn., Jan. 09, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tribune Publishing (NASDAQ:TPCO) announced today that Theresa (Terry) Rang has been named Editor-in-Chief of the Morning Call in Allentown, Pennsylvania effective immediately. /EIN News/ -- Rang has been with the company since 2000 and has held many senior positions during her tenure, including recently interim Editor-in-Chief and Managing Editor before that. She began her career as a news director in radio, then worked as a reporter, editor and then managing editor at The Pottsville Republican in Pottsville, PA, for almost 20 years. “Terry is a company leader in driving audience growth and has been instrumental in the development of the Morning Call’s digital transformation. She is intimately familiar with the Lehigh Valley market and will continue to build upon the Morning Call’s journalistic legacy,” said Tim Knight, President, Tribune Publishing. Rang has a bachelor’s degree in … [Read more...] about Tribune Publishing Names Local News Veteran Editor-in-Chief of The Morning Call
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Free Press Staff Published 12:14 PM EST Nov 7, 2018 The votes have been cast. The results are tallied. Now here's what Vermonters had to say about the 2018 midterms. Midterm elections 2018 poll: How are you feeling this morning? Weigh in with our poll below. Students talk high school bond passage Even those who are too young to vote paid attention during the midterms. Zanevia Wilcox and Ava Ingalls, seniors at Burlington High School, felt the effects of voter madness around them. Sitting across from each other at Henry’s Diner the morning after Election Day, their perspectives. The two discussed the conversations they've heard about the “Yes to BHS” campaign, which promoted the passage of a $70 million bond to finance new construction, renovations and address delayed maintenance at Burlington High School. The measure passed on Tuesday. Wilcox and Ingalls named issues occurring at their high school like sewage leakages and the lack of ramps for those who … [Read more...] about Vermont elections 2018: Vermonters the morning after midterms?
Democratic challengers have unseated Republicans in at least 17 closely watched House races, moving the party closer to its long-sought goal of recapturing control of the House, according to projections based on exit polls and early returns from Tuesday’s midterm elections. Republicans, however, will retain control of the U.S. Senate – and may even increase their majority, after winning closely-fought races in Indiana, North Dakota, Tennessee and Texas. In Florida, Rep. Ron DeSantis, R, – a back-bench House member who had based his campaign around his loyalty to President Donald Trump – defeated Tallahasee Mayor Andrew Gillum, D, in the race for governor. Most recent polls had shown Gillum ahead. In his concession speech, Gillum said “I sincerely regret that I couldn’t bring it home for you, but I can guarantee you this: I’m not going anywhere,” according to media reports. In Kansas, by contrast, Republican Kris Kobach – an advocate … [Read more...] about Republicans will keep control of the Senate, while Democrats are in position to seize the House majority
By Steve Rosenbush Steve Rosenbush The Wall Street Journal BiographySteve Rosenbush @Steve_Rosenbush ciojournal [email protected] Oct 17, 2018 7:23 am ET 0 COMMENTS ORLANDO, Fla. -- The market for consumer-oriented artificial intelligence is booming. But Ginni Rometty, CEO of International Business Machines Corp., is looking past it. “You have to decide what you are and what you are not, and we are not a direct-to-consumer company,” she said Tuesday during a keynote at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo. (See IBM earnings below.) “I really believe we are the leader in AI for business. Our specialization is to know what it takes for the enterprise to operate in the world,” Ms. Rometty said. AI for business is different. The big challenge, in her view, isn’t technology, but change management, as CIO Journal's Angus Loten reports. AI for business must be explainable and adjusted for bias, and be able to scale. … [Read more...] about The Morning Download: IBM CEO Says AI for Business Raises Unique Challenges
By Angus Loten Sep 25, 2018 8:30 am ET 0 COMMENTS Sign up here for The Morning Download, and get the most important news in business technology emailed to you each weekday morning. Subscribe to WSJ Pro Cybersecurity for in-depth coverage on cybersecurity trends, breaches and best practices. Good day, CIOs. In a bid to boost the speed and accuracy of food recalls, among other benefits, Walmart Inc. is requiring direct suppliers of lettuce, spinach and other greens to join its food-tracking blockchain by early next year, CIO Journal’s Kim Nash reports. Unveiled Monday, the move comes after 18 months of tests tracing the origins of berries, mangoes, baby food, chicken and other goods on a system developed by International Business Machines Corp., known as the IBM Food Trust blockchain, a group that includes Walmart, Nestlé SA, Dole Food Co. and several other food companies. It also follows an outbreak … [Read more...] about The Morning Download: Walmart Makes Blockchain a Requirement for Veggie Suppliers