Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. said Chief Executive Hunter Harrison will step down earlier than expected, leaving company President Keith Creel to steer the railroad forward in a challenging industry plagued by low volume growth.
House Republicans on Wednesday claimed Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray may have violated federal law regarding 2015 rules on auto lenders, escalating an attack on Cordray as they press the incoming Trump administration to fire him.
Game of Thrones? Silicon Valley? Curb Your Enthusiasm?
Who's even heard of these two-bit filler programs on HBO? We're sure there are some fans out there, but we all know what the people really want. And that's for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, to return.
The news program did well to tell 2016 "f**k you," and looks set to serve up plenty more heat with an upcoming Trump presidency.
Westeros can wait.
Which is worse? The New Jersey high school star who had his football scholarship offer rescinded at the eleventh hour by Connecticut? Or the Oregon players who were put through off-season workouts so grueling that three of them were hospitalized?
It's only been 10 or so days since underdog Clemson beat Alabama in a thrilling national title game, but already the game is showing its festering underbelly.