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Facebook: Abolition International Christian singer Natalie Grant just announced a merger of her Abolition International along with Hope For Justice in an effort to raise…

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  The Cleveland firefighters’ union voted down the city’s proposal Thursday night to integrate the city’s Division of Fire and EMS departments. “The outcome of the…

  Comcast confirmed swirling rumors from last night (February 12) that it would be acquiring Time Warner Cable earlier this morning. The merger would combine…

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  EUCLID, OH (WOIO) – In June of 2014, St. John of the Cross Parish will close its school and enter into a partnership with…

UAL Corp.’s United Airlines announced on Monday it will merge with Continental Airlines in a deal worth $3.2 billion, creating the world’s largest airline. The combined company, which will fly under the United moniker and Continental logo, is now larger than Delta Air Lines, which became the country’s largest airline when it merged with Northwest […]

Merger talks between two large US airlines, United Airlines (UAL) and US Airways, have ended after the latter brought discussions to an end. US Airways said that after “careful consideration” its board of directors had decided to discontinue the talks. But it said that it still believed consolidation made sense in a “fragmented” airline industry. […]

Two of the biggest airlines in the United States – United and US Airways – are discussing a possible merger, reports say. The companies are said to have spent two weeks deep in talks but have not yet reached a deal. There have been a number of tie-ups between prominent airlines since their industry was […]

First United Methodist Church on Euclid Avenue and Epworth-Euclid United Methodist Church at University Circle will merge their congregations and begin worshipping at Epworth-Euclid in January.

Continental Airlines President Jeff Smisek says the carrier will consider merging with United Airlines if the new combination of Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines becomes a profitable hookup.