U.S., China Schedule More Talks to Complete Trade Deal
High level talks will resume next week between the two countries with a goal of completing a deal by the end of April, but the issue of when tariffs on China will be lifted remains a sticking point with President Trump saying that he expected to leave the tariffs on for a “substantial” period as a way to make sure China lives up to its commitments.
As the fitness juggernaut moves towards an IPO at a valuation of $4 billion, some 15 music publishers have filed a lawsuit against the company claiming that it is deliberately infringing on their copyrighted music which is used in Peloton’s extensive library of streamed programs in conjunction with its workout videos.
Chuck Person, a former Auburn assistant coach, pleaded guilty to accepting nearly $100,000 in bribes to steer college players to the agents and advisors who bribed him.
The Big a’s proposed candidates are Jing Ulrich, MD and vice chairman, Asia Pacific at JPMorgan Chase; Thomas Rabe, chairman and CEO of Bertelsmann; and Bodo Uebber, board member of Daimler AG.
American Apparel & Footwear Association named Gary Simmons, director at Intradeco Apparel as its new chairman, succeeding VF Corp. VP Thomas Glaser.
Hoist Fitness Systems is suing TuffStuff Fitness International in Central CA District Court, accusing TuffStuff of copying its ROC-IT line of commercial fitness machines that feature continuously adjusting user position during the exercise.
National Park recreational visits declined 5% last month to 13,119,374 from 13,822,694 but were down 14% year-to-date from the government shutdown in Jan. to 22,815,856 from 26,458,632.
MyStromer is recalling about 195 Stromer ST5 pedal-assist electric bicycles because the bicycle stem can break, possibly causing a crash.