Listen: Mike Pompeo, Sears And Alan Wilson discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Estate. Today could be the end of the road for one of the country's oldest retailers. Sears has been around since eighteen ninety three but that may be coming to an end with a court date today. The struggling retailer may have to close its doors forever unless negotiations for a takeover deal by the chains chairman Edward Lampert. Come through Lampard's, four point four billion dollar bid to take overseers may not be enough but negotiations have been ongoing, and if he can strike a deal the bid would preserve four hundred twenty five Sears stores abou- fifty thousand jobs in the US chill. Nato Fox News trying to through its officials day newspaper is warning Washington. Not to demand too much in trade talks with Beijing. Today's of talk so far no word on progress. To rollback tariffs that each country is threatened. The other with secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has begun a mid east visit to talk with regional leaders about ramping up the pressure on Iran and to explain US plans for troops in Syria. Pompeo's. First stop is in Amman, Jordan, South Carolina. Joining a federal lawsuit opposing the Trump administration's plans to conduct offshore drilling tests state attorney general Alan Wilson, telling the Associated Press he has petitioned to join the suit already filed by sixteen cities and towns in the state opposing the issuance of permits for the use of seismic air guns Wilson, saying they're bringing the suit to protect the state's economy and the rule of law some supporters of drilling who say it could mean an economic boon for an area increasingly reliant on tourism last month, New Jersey joined other east coast states, including Connecticut, Maryland, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina and Virginia in their own lawsuit against sound testing. Lisa lacerra, Fox News. Dow futures strong up more than one hundred points Asian stocks closed mixed on Tuesday and Monday, the NASDAQ the S and P five hundred and the Dow all closed higher in New York. I'm."