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>>Suspect Arrested In Murder Of Cash App Founder Bob Lee

(San Francisco, CA)  --  A suspect is under arrest for the murder of Cash App founder Bob Lee.  San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott announced on Thursday that tech entrepreneur Nima Momeni had been booked on one charge of murder.  He's being held without bail and is expected to be arraigned later on today. 


>>Rutgers Faculty Enters Fifth Day Of Strike

(New Brunswick, NJ)  --  As the strike by Rutgers University faculty and staff enters its fifth day, Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway says both sides are making progress.  Holloway says a marathon negotiating session continues in the Statehouse in Trenton, with help from Governor Phil Murphy's office and two state-appointed mediators.  With under two weeks of classes remaining, the 67-thousand students on the university's campuses are waiting to see how the strike will play out.  Holloway says he has agreed to Governor Murphy's request to avoid going to court to stop the strike while progress is being made.  


>>French Rioters Storm Louis Vuitton Company

(Paris)  --  French workers rioting for pension reforms are sending a message to the world's richest man.  On Thursday, over a hundred rioting protesters stormed the Paris headquarters of the LVMH fashion company, which is run by Bernard Arnault, who's worth over 200-billion dollars.  Arnault's company owns Louis Vuitton, Dior and Tiffany, and has profited from a demand for luxury goods following the pandemic.  Footage of the protest shows French union workers forcing their way into the building with flags and flares.  A union representative claimed the protest was "symbolic and peaceful." 


>>Apple Nixes iPhone 15 Button Upgrade

(Cupertino, CA)  --  Apple has reportedly decided not to upgrade the haptic touch features of its iPhone 15.  This is according to Apple Analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo who previously said the tech giant would add touch buttons to replace physical volume keys on the iPhone 15 Pro.  The report sent shares of Austin, Texas-based technology partner Cirrus Logic sharply lower. 


>>VA Work Officially Starts On LEGO Manufacturing Facility

(Chesterfield County, VA)  --  Virginia is making history with LEGO Group's first manufacturing facility in the nation.  The toy company broke ground in Chesterfield County yesterday.  The factory will be carbon-neutral, with a solar park to power operations.  A massive model of it can be seen at the welcome center, which is housed inside a giant yellow LEGO block.  The factory is expected to bring in more than 17-hundred jobs and open in 2025.

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