Senior Vice President, Basketball, Doug Field discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports with Scott Soshnick and Michael Barr

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On the work of the sarcoma foundation of america go to cure sarcoma dot org north korea's foreign ministry said today it will invite reporters from the us south korea china russia and britain to watch dismantle its nuclear test site in about two weeks there's concern on hawaii's big island today is the lava level inside the kilowatt volcano drops police spokesman alan richmond says the damage from the eruption last week will be long lasting permanently changed i mean when you have sidewalks opening up with issues six to eight to ten inches and lava shooting up one hundred and fifty feet in the air they've lost thirty six buildings and of those twenty seven have been home white house correspondent abbie philip reports kelly sadler the white house staffer who reportedly spoke disrupt disrupt the stretch respectfully that is about senator john mccain this week during a staff meeting is still on the job and indiana democratic senator joe donnelly said today he will vote to confirm gina haskell as c i a director i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting north korea has set the date to begin shutting down a major nuclear test site this as it continues to pursue improved relations with the rest of the world the state run korean central news agency said today quoting the foreign ministry that a ceremony will be held between may twenty third and twenty fifth for the dismantling of its northern nuclear test ground tesla's engineering chief is taking a bit of a break from the company this coming weeks after chairman and ceo elon musk took over production responsibilities during the rocky ramping up of the model three sedan a spokesman said in an e mail that doug field a senior vice president isn't leaving the company former professional basketball player kwame brown is crying foul on merrill lynch saying the brokerage stole seventeen point four million dollars worth of his investments brown says in a lawsuit that his signature was forged on various authorization forms and agreements allowing his financial adviser to make.

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