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2017-04-11 United Airlines CEO sorry for 'horrific' passenger removal Chicago
2. 2016-12-04 US Army refuses N Dakota pipeline access Lake Oahe, North Dakota, U. S. Midwest
D. 2016-05-02 Trump accuses China of 'raping' US with unfair trade policy Indiana
E. 2016-05-02 Prince's family starts dividing the late singer's assets
5. 2015-11-20 Chipotle shares hit as E. coli scare widens California
G. 2015-09-08 United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek quits amid probe Chicago
7. 2015-03-03 Target to cut several thousand jobs Minneapolis, Minnesota
I. 2015-01-29 Keystone XL project approved by US Congress U.S. Senate

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US Army refuses N Dakota pipeline access Map of Lake Oahe North Dakota USA  The Army has decided not to allow an oil pipeline to cross under a reservoir on land it controls in North Dakota in a move praised by protesters Bayer offers $65bn to win control of Monsanto   Germany: Germany's Bayer has raised its offer for Monsanto to $65bn (49bn), or $127.50 a share, in a bid to create a global seeds and pesticides gia...   Trump accuses China of 'raping' US with unfair trade policy   Indiana: Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has accused China of 'raping' the US, in renewed criticism of China's trade policy Prince's family starts dividing the late singer's assets   Minnesota: The family members of late pop singer Prince are beginning the process of dividing up the American singer's sizeable assets   Chipotle shares hit as E. coli scare widens  California: Shares in Chipotle have slumped more than 12% after US health authorities reported more cases of E. coli linked to the Mexican restaurant ch... United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek quits amid probe  Chicago: The chief executive and chairman of the board has quit amid a corruption investigation. Two other executives also resigned Target to cut several thousand jobs. Minnesota Keystone XL project approved by US Congress. U.S. Senate GM recalls 220,000 cars over brake defect. Detroit GM recalls more cars over ignition. Detroit Donald Trump skyscraper sign 'tasteless'. Chicago GM accepts 'troubling' recall report. Detroit General Motors fined $35m over recall. Washington Target's chief executive resigns. Minnesota Ford announces new chief executive. Detroit GM adds 824k cars to ongoing recall. Detroit Ghostbusters star Harold Ramis dies. Chicago Japan's Suntory buys Jim Beam drinks group in $16bn deal. Illinois GM names first-ever woman CEO. Detroit IBM PC pioneer William C Lowe dies. Illinois Trio awarded Nobel economics prize   Sweden: The 2013 Nobel Prize in economics has been awarded to Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen and Robert Shiller Chrysler to recall 840,000 vehicles. Detroit Detroit defaults on some debts Huge payout for US disabled workers. Iowa   US campaign opens with jobs row   Iowa: US President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney have hit the campaign trial in swing states in the wake of a disappointing jobs report Search on for US lottery winners   Kansas: The world's biggest ever lottery jackpot - $640m. 3 tickets have now been sharing the massive prize, with the winners in Maryland, Kansas and...   Obama slams Republican economics   Kansas: US President Barack Obama has drawn a clear distinction between Democratic and Republican economic arguments in a rare address   GM plans to cut 10,000 Opel jobs  Detroit: General Motors has confirmed that it plans to cut 10,000 jobs across its European car unit Opel General Motors cancels Opel sale  Detroit: GM has cancelled plans to sell a majority stake in its European car business Opel, including its UK brand Vauxhall   Leaner GM emerges from bankruptcy  Detroit: General Motors says it has emerged from bankruptcy protection after creating a 'new GM' made up of the carmaker's best assets   GM enters bankruptcy protection
United Airlines CEO sorry for 'horrific' passenger removal


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Apr.11
  Chicago: Oscar Munoz has apologised for the 'truly horrific' incident in which a passenger was forcibly dragged, screaming, from a flight


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Jun.1
  New York: Car giant General Motors has filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the biggest failure of an industrial company in US history
 General Motors had seen its losses widen following a steep fall in sales in recent years. US government expected to take a 60% stake in the company

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year 2008 Top ^

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Nov.18
  U.S. Congress: The bosses of Ford, GM and Chrysler, have asked Congress for a $25bn bail-out and warned of broader risks to the US economy.    The United Auto Workers is willing to make key concessions to help the Detroit Three carmakers secure vita...


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Feb.14 DaimlerChrysler cuts 13,000 jobs. Germany

year 2001 Top ^

Sep.27 Bush urges return to the skies
. Chicago Jan.29 DaimlerChrysler to cut 26,000 jobs. Detroit
before year 2000
Jul. 30, 1863 Henry Ford born
Map of Greenfield Township Michigan USA
  An American industrialist, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and sponsor of the development of the assembly line technique
Feb. 11, 1847 Thomas Alva Edison born
Map of Milan Ohio Ohio
  Ohio: An American inventor and businessman. He developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world



    
    

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Detroit defaults on some debts   Chipotle shares hit as E. coli scare widens  California: Shares in Chipotle have slumped more than 12% after US health authorities reported more cases of E. coli linked to the Mexican restaurant ch... Bayer offers $65bn to win control of Monsanto   Germany: Germany's Bayer has raised its offer for Monsanto to $65bn (49bn), or $127.50 a share, in a bid to create a global seeds and pesticides gia... Japan's Suntory buys Jim Beam drinks group in $16bn deal. Illinois GM recalls 220,000 cars over brake defect. Detroit GM recalls more cars over ignition. Detroit GM accepts 'troubling' recall report. Detroit General Motors fined $35m over recall. Washington GM adds 824k cars to ongoing recall. Detroit General Motors cancels Opel sale  Detroit: GM has cancelled plans to sell a majority stake in its European car business Opel, including its UK brand Vauxhall Chrysler and GM seek further aid. Detroit US car bail-out fails in Senate  U.S. Senate: A $14bn bail-out package for the beleaguered US car industry has died after failing to get enough support in a procedural vote US car firms ask for $25bn aid




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2014
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2009
Nov.3
Feb.17
2008
Dec.11
Nov.18
  U.S. Congress: The bosses of Ford, GM and Chrysler, have asked Congress for a $25bn bail-out and warned of broader risks to the US economy.    The United Auto Workers is willing to make key concessions to help the Detroit Three carmakers secure vita...




U. S. Midwest, Business Job Cut Timeline ... See World Job Cut timeline Top ^
2015 Mar.3 Target to cut several thousand jobs
. Minnesota 2009 Nov.4   GM plans to cut 10,000 Opel jobs  Detroit: General Motors has confirmed that it plans to cut 10,000 jobs across its European car unit Opel Apr.27 GM to cut total of 21,000 US jobs. Detroit 2007 Feb.14 DaimlerChrysler cuts 13,000 jobs. Germany 2001 Jan.29 DaimlerChrysler to cut 26,000 jobs. Detroit



U. S. Midwest, Business Bankruptcy Timeline ... See World Bankruptcy timeline Top ^
2009 Jul.10   Leaner GM emerges from bankruptcy  Detroit: General Motors says it has emerged from bankruptcy protection after creating a 'new GM' made up of the carmaker's best assets Jun.1   GM enters bankruptcy protection
  New York: Car giant General Motors has filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the biggest failure of an industrial company in US history
 General Motors had seen its losses widen following a steep fall in sales in recent years. US government expected to take a 60% stake in the company
May.31   GM bosses discuss bankruptcy plan   Detroit: Senior executives at General Motors are meeting to discuss proceedings for expected filing for bankruptcy protection May.27 GM ponders future as deal fails  Detroit: General Motors' battle to avoid bankruptcy has suffered a blow as bondholders have rejected a key part of the carmaker's restructuring plan Apr.30 Chrysler 'to file for bankruptcy'  Detroit: Chrysler is to enter bankruptcy protection after failing to persuade a number of hedge funds to write off its debts



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2013 May.1 Huge payout for US disabled workers
. Iowa



U. S. Midwest, Business Retail Timeline ... See World Retail timeline Top ^
2012 Mar.31 Search on for US lottery winners   Kansas: The world's biggest ever lottery jackpot - $640m. 3 tickets have now been sharing the massive prize, with the winners in Maryland, Kansas and...



U. S. Midwest, Business Aviation Business Timeline ... See World Aviation Business timeline Top ^
2017 Apr.11 United Airlines CEO sorry for 'horrific' passenger removal
  Chicago: Oscar Munoz has apologised for the 'truly horrific' incident in which a passenger was forcibly dragged, screaming, from a flight
2001 Sep.27 Bush urges return to the skies
. Chicago



U. S. Midwest, Business Business Leaders Timeline ... See World Business Leaders timeline Top ^
2015 Sep.8 United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek quits amid probe  Chicago: The chief executive and chairman of the board has quit amid a corruption investigation. Two other executives also resigned 2014 Jun.13 Donald Trump skyscraper sign 'tasteless'
. Chicago May.5 Target's chief executive resigns. Minnesota May.1 Ford announces new chief executive. Detroit 2013 Dec.10 GM names first-ever woman CEO. Detroit 2009 Mar.29 GM chairman to leave car maker  Detroit: The chief executive of struggling General Motors - Rick Wagoner - has agreed to step down immediately at the request of the White House 1863 Jul. 30, 1863 Henry Ford born Map of Greenfield Township Michigan USA
  An American industrialist, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and sponsor of the development of the assembly line technique
1847 Feb. 11, 1847 Thomas Alva Edison born Map of Milan Ohio Ohio
  Ohio: An American inventor and businessman. He developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world




U. S. Midwest, Business Trade Timeline ... See World Trade timeline Top ^
2016 May.2   Trump accuses China of 'raping' US with unfair trade policy   Indiana: Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has accused China of 'raping' the US, in renewed criticism of China's trade policy



U. S. Midwest, Business Macroeconomics Timeline ... See World Macroeconomics timeline Top ^
2013 Oct.14 Trio awarded Nobel economics prize   Sweden: The 2013 Nobel Prize in economics has been awarded to Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen and Robert Shiller 2012 Sep.7   US campaign opens with jobs row   Iowa: US President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney have hit the campaign trial in swing states in the wake of a disappointing jobs report 2011 Dec.6   Obama slams Republican economics   Kansas: US President Barack Obama has drawn a clear distinction between Democratic and Republican economic arguments in a rare address



U. S. Midwest, Business Recall Timeline ... See World Recall timeline Top ^
2013 Jul.3 Chrysler to recall 840,000 vehicles
. Detroit



U. S. Midwest, Business Entertainment Timeline ... See World Entertainment timeline Top ^
2016 May.2 Prince's family starts dividing the late singer's assets   Minnesota: The family members of late pop singer Prince are beginning the process of dividing up the American singer's sizeable assets 2014 Feb.24 Ghostbusters star Harold Ramis dies
. Chicago



U. S. Midwest, Business Business Obituary Timeline ... See World Business Obituary timeline Top ^
2013 Oct.29 IBM PC pioneer William C Lowe dies
. Illinois



U. S. Midwest, Business Oil Timeline ... See World Oil timeline Top ^
2016 Dec.4 US Army refuses N Dakota pipeline access Map of Lake Oahe North Dakota USA  The Army has decided not to allow an oil pipeline to cross under a reservoir on land it controls in North Dakota in a move praised by protesters 2015 Jan.29 Keystone XL project approved by US Congress. U.S. Senate