News in Brief: August 10, 2015
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News: Police: Man shot near Ferguson protest critically injured
- A suspect opened fire on officers in Ferguson, Missouri on the anniversary of Michael Brown's death. The suspect was critically wounded when the officers shot back, but the suspect's father is denying the police's version of the events, saying that his son was unarmed and has been drawn into a dispute.
- Former Pussycat Doll singer Nicole Scherzinger may be dating British singer, Ed Sheeran. Sources say that the pair have been on several dates, but their possible relationship is strictly a rumor, for now.
- Alkiviades David has invested $20 million so far towards HologramUSA, an exclusive technology that provides innovative entertainment in the form of holograms. This could "bring back" artists that have died and create an entirely new kind of concert experience.
- Amelia Rayno, a reporter at the Minneapolis Star Tribune, claims that she was sexually harassed by Norwood Teague, the former athletic director at the University of Minnesota. He resigned on Friday after two other reports of sexual harassment surfaced.
- On Saturday, October 3, Chick-fil-A will officially open in New York City. The store will be three stories tall, and it will be located in Herald Square. Although New York City already has a small Chick-fil-A in an NYU dining hall, this will be the first stand-alone location in the city.
- Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. said they would buy aerospace parts in a $37.2 billion deal, their biggest deal ever. Buffet told CNBC that this will take them out of the market for an 'elephant' for 12 months or so.
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