‘This guy is dangerous’ -- Police seek driver in Utica vehicular assault,
UTICA, Mich. – Police are searching for a driver who nearly killed a person after a fight at a Dave & Buster’s in Utica Wednesday night. Witnesses in the parking lot of the Dave & Buster’s captured a man behind the wheel of a white pickup slam into another man along the side of the building. Police said the hit-and-run started inside when the driver and the victim got into an argument after bumping into one another. AdOne of the images Utica police released of the driver has him with a woman, two children and an infant in a stroller. And hopefully I can solve this case and bring this guy justice.”Police said Dave & Buster’s is cooperating with them and that the event center’s management originally asked to two men to leave after the argument.
VIDEO: Utica police searching for man in connection with vehicular assault
UTICA, Mich. – Investigators in Utica are searching for a driver who nearly killed a person after a fight at Dave & Buster’s. One of the men told the other he would be waiting for him in the parking lot. Once outside, the suspect got into a pickup truck and drove straight at the other man, crashing and pinning him up against the restaurant’s brick wall. You can clearly see the driver accelerate and make a hard left turn, intentionally hitting and pinning the person against the wall. The woman who recorded the video can be heard screaming, “He hit them, he hit them!
Technology could help sustainable investing turn the corner, says JPMorgan
Tim Clayton - Corbis | Corbis Sport | Getty ImagesSINGAPORE — While there's "nothing new" to sustainable investing, technology has made it easier to state the financial case for considering non-financial metrics, according to JPMorgan. "The amount of data that we're able to leverage as investors to help the dialogue that we have with companies is more than ever," said Jennifer Wu, the bank's global head of sustainable investing, during a panel session at Singapore's FinTech Festival. Jennifer Wu, JPMorgan's global head of sustainable investing. "The policy environment matters a lot here," fellow panelist Elsa Palanza, Barclays' global head of sustainability and ESG, said. Jennifer Wu global head of sustainable investing, JPMorgancnbc.com
Detroit police close entrance ramp after car topples onto northbound I-75
DETROIT A car toppled onto the ramp heading northbound on I-75 in Downtown Detroit. The incident happened around 11:30 p.m. on Friday, near Park Avenue. There are no reports of injuries. At 11:30 p.m., police were still on scene and had the entrance ramp closed. READ: More local news coverage
No more tummy tucks: U.S. plastic surgeons idled by coronavirus offer help
Douglas Senderoff MD/Handout via REUTERSNEW YORK (Reuters) - Park Avenue plastic surgeon Dr. Douglas Senderoff usually performs tummy tucks and liposuction for well-heeled New Yorkers. Were sitting on the sidelines right now, Senderoff said of himself and his fellow plastic surgeons. Senderoff is among members of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons who have offered their equipment and registered for the medical reserve corps in their states. The plastic surgeons society has launched an online clearinghouse for equipment and supplies to hospitals in need. Dr. Chris Craft, a plastic surgeon in Miami, said he is among those who answered the call from the society last Friday to contribute equipment.feeds.reuters.com
U.S. antitrust agencies pledge quick action for anti-COVID-19 efforts
A man wearing a protective mask walks alone across a nearly empty Park Avenue near Grand Central Terminal in midtown Manhattan during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New York City, New York, U.S., March 24, 2020. REUTERS/Mike SegarWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The two U.S. federal antitrust enforcers said on Tuesday that they would move quickly to approve collaborations that businesses, including hospital systems, put together to address rapidly growing public health concerns raised by the coronavirus. The Justice Departments Antitrust Division and Federal Trade Commission, both of which enforce U.S. antitrust law, said in a joint statement that they would respond to proposed collaborations within seven days. The rapid spread of the coronavirus has compelled governments to take unusual efforts to stop the disease, treat the thousands of people who have fallen ill and slow the rapidly growing economic damage. Health care facilities may need to work together in providing resources and services to communities without immediate access to personal protective equipment, medical supplies, or health care, the agencies said in their statement.feeds.reuters.com
JPMorgan consumer banking head to attend White House meeting on coronavirus
The entrance to JPMorgan Chase's international headquarters on Park Avenue is seen in New York October 2, 2012. Federal and state officials pledged on Tuesday to bring more cases against misconduct that fueled the financial crisis, after New York sued JPMorgan Chase & Co late Monday over mortgage-backed securities packaged and sold by Bear Stearns. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)(Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) said on Monday its head of community and consumer banking Gordon Smith will attend a meeting at the White House on Wednesday to discuss the economic impact of the fast-spreading coronavirus. Media reports had said the heads of all the big banks, including Bank of America, Citi and Goldman Sachs have been invited. Smith has been operating as one of two interim co-heads of the bank since late last week when Chief Executive Jamie Dimon underwent emergency heart surgery.feeds.reuters.com