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40 Under 40 Class of 2020: Jeffrey Trenter
Meet Jeffrey Trenter, general manager at Carport Central.
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Beer competitors, local officials react to shooting at Molson Coors that left six dead
After a workplace shooting at the Milwaukee Molson Coors headquarters Wednesday afternoon that left six people dead, local businesses, organizations and officials offered their condolences and reactions to the tragic incident. Local breweries, including Milwaukee's oldest craft brewery, Sprecher Brewing Co., offered condolences online. The brewery's new chief commercial officer, Jim Kanter, previously was the general manager of MIllerCoors in Milwaukee. "Milwaukee is a close-knit community, and…
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Six Molson Coors employees dead in workplace incident, including shooter who apparently shot self
Milwaukee officials said there was no active threat at the Molson Coors Co. campus and investigations continue over the Wednesday afternoon incident where a man shot five other workers, and then himself. Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales during a 6:30 p.m. press conference Wednesday said the department responded at 2:08 p.m. to a call regarding a shooting at the Molson Coors campus at the 4100 Block of West State Street.  Officers discovered a 51-year-old man who was deceased from an apparent…
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Molson Coors CEO says shooter was 'active employee', closes Milwaukee operations for remainder of week
Molson Coors Beverage Co. CEO Gavin Hattersley sent an email to employees following an active shooter at Molson Coors' Milwaukee office Wednesday, which left six people dead including the shooter, and closed the plant for the rest of the week. Hattersley stated in his email, which was posted on Twitter, that the Milwaukee Police Department confirmed the shooter, who Hattersley stated was "an active brewery employee," was deceased. "There is no longer an active threat and our employees are in the…
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Six Molson Coors employees dead in workplace incident, including shooter who apparently shot self
Milwaukee officials said there was no active threat at the Molson Coors Co. campus and investigations continue over the Wednesday afternoon incident where a man shot five other workers, and then himself. Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales during a 6:30 p.m. press conference Wednesday said the department responded at 2:08 p.m. to a call regarding a shooting at the Molson Coors campus at the 4100 Block of West State Street.  Officers discovered a 51-year-old man who was deceased from an apparent…
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Toll Brothers, Penn National lead long list of local companies impacted by stock market swoon
Some of Philadelphia’s largest public companies are being hit hard as the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s descent continued for the third consecutive day Wednesday after hope that the stock market was turning a corner in the morning. The Dow closed 124 points lower, after losing 879 points Tuesday and 1,032 points Monday, as the number of coronavirus cases outside China surged — creating fears of a pandemic and prolonged global economic slowdown. Wednesday’s losses brought the Dow’s points…
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