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Rihanna resigns as CEO of lingerie brand Savage X Fenty
FILE - Rihanna attends the 2023 Costume Institute Benefit celebrating "Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty" at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 1, 2023, in New York City. (Photo by Taylor Hill/Getty Images) "Diamonds" singer Rihanna is stepping down as the chief executive officer of the lingerie brand she founded five years ago.Savage X Fenty first began as an online retailer in 2018, and quickly launched into pop-up shops selling size-inclusive lingerie, sleepwear and loungewear before opening brick-and-mortar locations throughout the country."It’s been beautiful to see our vision for Savage X Fenty impact the industry at such an incredible magnitude over the last five years," Rihanna told Vogue Business.Forbes reported that Savage X Fenty had a $1 billion valuation in February 2021.ROBERT DOWNEY JR. 'RELINQUISHES CONTROL' OF PRIZED POSSESSIONS IN NEW 'DOWNEY'S DREAM CARS' SHOW"This is just the beginning for us, and we’re going to continue to expand in ways that always connect with the consumer," she added.Here's the setup and take-down of Rihanna's elaborate Super Bowl halftime show set, including those suspended platforms.Rihanna, whose full name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty, will reportedly remain in a leadership position at the company as executive chair.RIHANNA BECOMES YOUNGEST WOMAN BILLIONAIRE AFTER HITTING $1.4B NET WORTHFormer Anthropologie Group CEO, Hilarie Super, will become the new chief executive officer of the billion-dollar business effective June 26."I’m so grateful and excited to welcome Hillary Super as our new CEO — she is a strong leader and is focused on taking the business to an even higher level," Rihanna said.Super previously worked with Guess, American Eagle, Gap and Old Navy."I’m thrilled to join the
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I-95 to reopen in Philadelphia Friday: officials
PHILADELPHIA - The collapsed stretch of I-95 is reopening sooner than expected, as Governor Josh Shapiro and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Secretary Mike Carroll will officially reopen the highway at noon Friday.Festivities will begin 10:30 with the governor and Carroll, along with Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney and Philadelphia Building Trades members and contractors, with the official reopening set for noon.PennDOT Secretary Mike Carroll says teams have been working on the rebuilding process and thinking outside of the box to get the interstate back open. >> I-95 Philadelphia collapse: What you need to know about the damaged highway, reconstruction"We, PennDOT, have approached this challenge and our partners in the city, we wanted to think outside the box. We wanted to make sure that we employed every strategy we could think of to try and get I-95 open in both directions," Carroll said. Pennsylvania Secretary of Transportation Mike Carroll discusses how crews will use a NASCAR jet dryer from Pocono Raceway to help finish working on I-95 through a stretch of rainy days.Here's what you need to know about the temporary lanes that make up the roadway: The roadway is made up of high-tech, lightweight and durable aggregate created by AeroAggregates in Eddystone.
Fern Rock - Josh Shapiro - Fox Chase - I-95 Philadelphia collapse: SEPTA adds, modifies lines and service to ease commuting troubles - fox29.com - state Pennsylvania - county Leslie
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I-95 Philadelphia collapse: SEPTA adds, modifies lines and service to ease commuting troubles
PHILADELPHIA - SEPTA is reaching out to the public, in the advent of the collapse of a portion of I-95 in Northeast Philadelphia, and stepping up with added capacity in rail lines, as well as additional changes and modifications in service, in the hope to alleviate traffic headaches while I-95 is rebuilt.During a late afternoon press conference with Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro, General Manager and CEO of SEPTA, Leslie Richards stated that they are adding capacity to the Trenton, West Trenton and Fox Chase lines, which, simply put, SEPTA is adding additional cars to scheduled trains on those lines.Additionally, SEPTA is going to bus the Cynwyd line, allowing for more staff to handle the Trenton line.SEPTA is reaching out to the public, in the advent of the collapse of a portion of I-95 in Northeast Philadelphia, and stepping up with added capacity in rail lines, in the hope to alleviate traffic headaches.Beginning Monday morning, there will be free parking at the Fern Rock, Fox Chase and Torresdale lots. There is free parking at all SEPTA-owned regional rail lots and at the Frankford Transportation Center.RELATED COVERAGE:SEPTA will allow passengers on regional rail to pay their fare with a credit card on board and conductors will help passengers to that end.SEPTA is also working with unions to increase staffing.
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