Wednesday, March 1, 2017
The District Court employed an incorrect legal standard in determining that race did not predominate in 11 of the 12 districts.
“This is another great victory in the fight against gerrymandering,” said Roanoke Del. Sam Rasoul. “People are demanding government they can trust. When politicians pick their voters instead of the other way around, that’s not what they’re getting. I’ve put in legislation for fair and independent redistricting every year, and I’m glad to see that it is gaining traction here and in other states like Wisconsin and North Carolina.”
JUSTICE KENNEDY delivered the opinion of the Court:
This case addresses whether the Vir
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Today, OfficeMax announced plans to join with Office Depot to create a stronger, combined global company with a wide array of services and solutions that enable you, our valued MaxPerks customer, to work more efficiently and productively.
The combined company will build on the best of both organizations to give you even more product choices, advanced technology and printing services, and new innovations to help you work better in business and at home every day. By integrating our network of retail stores, direct sales, telesales and online environments, we’ll provide you multiple ways to connect with us.
Over the last six months, OfficeMax has added new technology support, cloud and website services. Recognizing the impact of economic and tax changes to the bottom line, we want to help make every dollar you spend work even harder by providing more everyday MaxPerks and weekly promotion value. We’ve expanded private brand products that offer strong performance at great value. Our commitment is to continue building this value as we serve you.
We expect the merger transaction to close by the end of calendar year 2013, subject to customary closing conditions. Until then, OfficeMax and Office Depot will remain separate companies, and each company will maintain its current rewards program.
Posted By Valerie Garner
Tags: Business, economy