first_img Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Well, when you put it that way. Larry Fitzgerald is going to get paid. At 27-years-old, the Cardinals star is just entering his prime. A free agent at the end of the season, Cards GM Rod Graves said money is really no object in negotiations for a contract extension“We are prepared to make Larry the highest-paid player in our history and we are prepared to make him one of the highest-paid players in the National Football League,” Graves told Sports 620 KTAR. “So I see no reason why we can’t get a deal in place before the start of the season.” Top Stories Comments   Share   center_img D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinkelast_img

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first_imgNew brand to target resort destinations. Executives chose Vanilla Air from over 200 other names, taking a month and a half to decide. Further details in regards to destinations and ticketing costs will be announced in late September. President Ishii attributed the losses to the airline’s focus on online sales, as many Japanese customers still prefer to book flights through travel agents. Source = ETB News: P.T. Vanilla Air will begin flights in late December with two passenger planes to be leased from ANA, with plans to expand to 10 aircraft in 2015. AirAsia Japan will rebrand as Vanilla Air, following the break-up of parent companies AirAsia and All Nippon Airways (ANA).center_img AirAsia Japan had been operating for a little over a year but was failing to register profits. “We will begin with short-distance services but want to expand the range to mid and long-distances in line with ANA’s branding strategy,” Mr Ishii said. AirAsia Japan’s 420 staff will become employees of Vanilla Air, while base operation will remain at Tokyo’s Narita Airport, serving travellers to resort destinations throughout Asia. AirAsia and ANA announced the termination of their joint venture in June 2013, with ANA acquiring full ownership of AirAsia Japan, the Sydney Morning Herald reported. “We chose vanilla as our brand name because it is popular and loved by everyone in the world,” AirAsia Japan president Tomonori Ishii said.last_img

first_img21st Century Fox offers more concessions in bid for Sky by The Associated Press Posted Apr 3, 2018 12:42 am PDT Last Updated Apr 3, 2018 at 1:20 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email LONDON – 21st Century Fox has offered new proposals to insulate Sky’s news operations from Rupert Murdoch’s influence in its ongoing bid to take full control of the London-based pay TV company.Fox said Tuesday it proposes to either sell Sky News to Walt Disney or comprehensively ringfence Sky News.It said in a regulatory filing it has worked “diligently” with Britain’s Competition and Markets Authority to come up with proposals that would “safeguard the editorial independence of Sky News” and address the agency’s concerns.The agency is considering whether to recommend the Fox deal for Sky to Culture Secretary Matt Hancock for approval.It has reached a preliminary finding that the 11.7 billion-pound ($16.5 billion) takeover would give Murdoch excessive control over Britain’s media.last_img

first_img28Mar Rep. Miller approves largest education budget in state history Categories: Miller News,News State Rep. Aaron Miller, of Sturgis, today voted to increase the state’s allocation for each individual student by $100 as part of a $14.3 billion education budget.“Our state’s future is based on our students and our classrooms,” said Miller, a member of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on School Aid. “That’s why I voted to approve this significant investment, so our kids can be proficient in reading, have better career and technical education programming, and have better educational opportunities than a year ago.”Among the key items in the approved education budget:Increases K-12 education funding to the highest ever in state history.Adds $100 more funding for each and every Michigan student, which adds up to $143 million more in Michigan’s classrooms.Increases funding for career and technical education (CTE) programs to $37.6 million, while also expanding grants for public-private partnership in CTE programs.Prioritizes early childhood literacy with $25.4 million dedicated to added instruction time, increased work with literacy coaches and in-classroom screenings to help K-3 students.Helps “at-risk students” with more funding for free or discounted lunches and added instruction time.The budget will be forwarded to the House Appropriations Committee for consideration.#####last_img

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