December 11, 2016

What we’re reading today: Best Buy employees can’t work from home, stock market rising, sequester cut effects and businesses moving into Detroit

Posted by Eric Young
Managing Editor | editor@ogemawherald.com
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Here are some stories that we’re reading today: 

-Following in the wake of Yahoo, Best Buy is planning to end its flexible work program, according to a story from CNN Money.

-USA Today reports that stocks are rising, with the Dow Jones industrial average reaching record levels. 

-The Traverse City Record-Eagle reports that the sequester cuts would have an effect on the Cherry Capital Airport, tourists and students. 

-The Detroit News is reporting that ad agency Campbell Ewald is planning to move its headquarters to downtown Detroit, which has already started to draw smaller firms to the area even before the official announcement. 

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