Man shot dead in Denver on Halloween night.
A man was shot dead in Denver on Halloween night and police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect.
The shooting happened at about 8 p.m. Saturday near the intersection of East 12th Avenue and Rosemary Street, police said. The victim is identified as 40-year-old Jedadiaa White.
Anyone with information on the homicide is asked to call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867 (STOP).
Apple to Hold Nov. 10 Event to Announce Macs With Own Chips
Apple Inc. said Monday it will hold an event on Nov. 10, where the company is expected to announce the first Mac computers running its own processors.
Theevent will take place online from the company’s Cupertino, California, headquarters at 10 a.m. This will mark the company’s third media event of the fall, following up on the introductions of new Apple Watches, iPads, the HomePod mini and the iPhone 12 line.
Bloomberg Newsreported earlier this year that Apple would hold a November event for the new Macs that replace Intel Corp. parts.
How much your Social Security check will be if you make $45,000 per year
Over 64 million Americans currently receive Social Security benefits.
The amount each person gets will vary and is calculated using an equation that takes into account your past and present.
Benefits are based on your income, the year you were born and your age when you decide to start taking money out.
Remember: Social Security was not designed to be your sole source of income for retirement, and the totals are always changing.
So how much should you expect in Social Security benefits if you make $45,000 a year? Watch this video for a breakdown of how much you will get.
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European Economics Preview: Eurozone Private Sector Credit Data Due
Private sector credit data from euro area is due on Tuesday, headlining a light day for the European economic news.
At 2.00 am ET, Statistics Finland releases consumer confidence survey results for October.
At 3.45 am ET, France PPI for September is due. Prices had gained 0.1 percent on month in August.
At 4.00 am ET, Spain’s unemployment data for the third quarter is due. The jobless rate is forecast to rise to 15.9 percent in the third quarter from 15.33 percent in the second quarter.
Half an hour later, Statistics Sweden releases foreign trade and household lending data.
At 5.00 am ET, Eurozone money supply data is due. M3 growth is forecast to rise to 9.6 percent in September from 9.5 percent in August.
At 7.00 am ET, the Confederation of British Industry publishes Distributive Trades survey data for October. The retail sales balance is forecast to fall to 1 percent from 11 percent in September.
Election Cake, a Forgotten Recipe, Rises Online
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Dan Limerick Promoted To COO At WME
Dan Limerick has been promoted to chief operating officer of WME, the agency said Monday, moving up from his previous role as Head of Business Affairs at Endeavor Client Group.
In the newly created position, he will now work with Endeavor Client Group president and WME chairman Lloyd Braun and WME president Ari Greenburg to oversee all areas of the agency, business priorities and strategic initiatives. In addition, he will continue to oversee the business affairs function at Endeavor Client Group.
“Dan has been a critical thought partner to our agency and clients throughout his time at WME, serving as a steady hand amidst transformational changes in our industry,” said Braun today. “Dan’s character and judgment are emblematic of who we strive to be, and we look forward to him playing a larger role in the growth of WME.”
Limerick joined WME as Head of Television Business Affairs in 2016, coming from Warner Bros Television where he had been EVP and Head of Business Affairs.
“During my time at WME, I have been continually inspired by the passion and creativity of my colleagues,” Limerick said. “I look forward to my continued collaboration with them, and am beyond excited to partner with Lloyd and Ari as we navigate this time of unprecedented change and opportunity in our business.”
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