Detroit Reaches More Bankruptcy Deals With Creditors
Detroit Reaches More Bankruptcy Deals With Creditors
Lupita Nyong'o to Make NYC Stage Debut in September
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Detroit announced settlements Friday with a group of holdout unsecured bondholders and the city's largest union, moves that put the Motor City a step closer to exiting bankruptcy. The deals also may encourage more workers and retirees to approve the city's grand bargain aimed at reducing pension cuts and rescuing the Detroit Institute of Arts. The names of the bondholders and the amounts and terms of the deal weren't released, with mediators saying details "are in the final documentation process" and that the creditors are companies that either hold or insure a large majority of limited-tax general obligation bonds.
Lupita Nyong'o, the Oscar-winner for her role in Steve McQueen's "12 Years A Slave" will make her New York stage debut in September. The Public Theater said Thursday that Nyong'o (loo-PEE'-tuh nee-YAHNG'-goh) will star in "Eclipsed," a story of survival and resilience set in post-colonial Africa. It was written by Danai Gurira — who also is stars in "The Walking Dead" — and will be directed by Liesl Tommy. A graduate of the Yale School of Drama, Nyongo's stage credits include playing Perdita in "The Winter's Tale" and Sonya in "Uncle Vanya" both at Yale Repertory Theater. The Mexican-born Kenyan will next appear in the anticipated "Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens" and will voice a character in Jon Favreau's take on Disney's "The Jungle Book."
Maria Menounos has been named co-anchor of “E! News,” the cable net announced Thursday. Her expanded role follows the news of current anchor Giuliana Rancic departing the daily news show. Menounos, who was expected to takeover Rancic’s role, joins current team Jason Kennedy, Terrence Jenkins and Catt Sadler. “E! News” has also added three new correspondents, Zuri Hall, Erin Lim and Sibley Scoles, who will appear regularly on the show, plus digital series “E! News Now.”
General Electric Co is taking steps to shift some U.S. manufacturing work overseas now that the U.S. Export-Import Bank will be shuttered at least until September, the industrial giant's global operations boss told Reuters on Thursday. GE Vice Chairman John Rice said the conglomerate is bidding on over $10 billion worth of projects that require support from an export credit agency (ECA) like Ex-Im. With Ex-Im unable to extend new loans or guarantees thanks to an effort by congressional Republicans to shut it down, GE is arranging with ECAs in other countries to finance the deals involved, with much of the production going to GE plants in those foreign locations. He said, The prospective government partners include Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, China and Hungary.
e watched Kylie Jenner meet Caitlyn Jenner for the first time in the premiere of I Am Cait. But now, it's Kris Jenner's turn. She stopped by her ex's Malibu home on Tuesday marking the first time the two have met since the 65-year-old's transition. The former Olympian and the momager have had a rocky relationship since their split, and things only got more awkward when they shared conflicting stories in Caitlyn's Vanity Fair debut. However, it seems as though the 59-year-old wants to put the past where it belongs, in the past. Sources said Kris wasn't too happy their relationship ended the way it did, especially since the breakup got bitter after the iconic Diane Sawyer interview because she felt her ex was bashing her and her show. The insider explained that Kris hated that they hardly talked anymore, since they have kids together and had been in a relationship for 30 years. The sources say they had an emotional discussion, but that it ultimately went well. Maybe now they've put their problems aside and can go back to being on good terms. Who knows? Maybe Kris will be invited to Caitlyn's next girls' night?
Ramona Singer is not the type to hold back, not on the Real Housewives of New York City, and most definitely not in her new book, Life on the Ramona Coaster! In her newly released memoir, Ramona gets candid about tough topics—including childhood domestic abuse as as well as her divorce from Mario Singer. As the Bravo star told E! News, others might be "afraid to really talk" about sensitive issues, but not her! "You know what? I'm Ramona," she said. "I talk about everything. I'm unedited."
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