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  • Catastrophic ‘Tornado Alley’ may be moving east

  • The country’s Tornado Alley — a twister-heavy area typically associated with the Great Plains– is now shifting eastward, an alarming new study found. More and more tornadoes have been popping up in Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Louisiana, Alabama, Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Iowa and parts of Ohio and Michigan, according to the study, published Wednesday...
  • UPDATE 6-Walmart CEO points to new company culture, cuts profit forecast

  • Walmart Inc's chief executive officer on Tuesday urged investors to revise their view of the company's business, touting its tech investments to grow online sales at a time that Walmart is battling for market share. Walmart, based in Bentonville, Arkansas, also lowered its earnings forecast for its current fiscal year and said e-commerce growth next year would be slower than in the current year ending in January.
  • Walmart warns of an e-commerce slowdown

  • Walmart slashed its financial forecast, warning that a big acquisition in India will weigh on profits and that e-commerce growth is facing a slowdown next year. The Arkansas-based discounter said on Tuesday that earnings next year will be hit by its $16 billion acquisition of Indian e-commerce firm Flipkart in May, its largest-ever deal as...
  • Sheriff accused of forcing arrestees to wear Nike shirts in their mugshots

  • The sheriff’s office in Union County, Arkansas, was accused of forcing people arrested by his office to wear Nike shirts in their mugshots. Activist Shaun King called it “disgusting,” alleging the stunt was to mock the athletic brand and Colin Kaepernick. “It is not our intent, nor has it ever been our intent, to demean...

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