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Kiyon Ross Named New Associate Artistic Director For The Pacific Northwest Ballet

Pacific Northwest Ballet Artistic Director Peter Boal recently announced that Kiyon Ross has been promoted to the position of Associate Artistic Director. Ross, currently serving as PNB’s Director of Company Operations, will assume the new leadership position effective immediately.

Chris B. Bennett Named Innovator Of The Year By The Local Media Association

Chris B. Bennett, Publisher/CEO of The Seattle Medium newspaper group, has been named an Innovator of the Year by Local Media Association.

Rail Agreement Avoids Disruptions To Supply Chain And Passenger Travel

At Union Station in Washington, the second-busiest station on the Amtrak network, some passengers expressed concerns about the status of their transportation amid threats of a rail employee strike.

Neighborcare Health Welcomes Rashad Collins As New CEO

Rashad A. Collins joined Neighborcare Health in July as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).  

Apple Unveils New iPhones, Apple Watches And AirPods

Apple unveiled its new iPhone 14 lineup at a press event on Wednesday, along with three new Apple Watch models, an update to its popular AirPods product line and a feature that could save lives when cell service isn't available.

Lower Gas Prices Push Consumer Confidence To Highest Level Since May

Lower gas prices helped consumer confidence bounce back in August, breaking a three-month stretch of worsening sentiment. However this improvement, while welcome, is tempered by ongoing worries that the US economy may be heading toward a recession.

Black Investors And Consumers Anxious About The Economy — But Are Taking Control Of Their Financial Futures

It's a catchphrase they use with a goal to reach as many African Americans as possible -- and to increase financial literacy and motivate as many Black people as possible to invest in the stock market and consider entrepreneurship.

The World’s Second Biggest Movie Theater Chain Is In Trouble

Earlier this week, Cineworld said in a press release that, despite a "gradual recovery of demand" since last spring, admissions were below expectations.

Young Black Americans Dominate The Cryptocurrency Market

According to Terri Bradford, who researched Black crypto ownership for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, cryptocurrency has gained popularity among African American consumers due to historical context and forward-looking views of young customers.

United Airlines Puts $10 Million Behind Plan To Shuttle Customers By Electric Aircraft

United Airlines gave a $10 million deposit to a startup developing electric aircraft — all for the goal of shuttling customers to and from the airport by air rather than gridlocked roadways.

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