TSYS cutting jobs, offering severance as part of restructuring

Columbus-based credit-card processor has said restructuring should be completed by end of September, with a severance expense of $5 million to $7 million. “TSYS 20/20” effort is aimed at finding “maximum efficiencies” for the company moving forward, CEO says. Cuts come with TSYS absorbing its $2.35 billion purchase of merchant specialty firm TransFirst.

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'We need our fathers and mothers' child weeps at Charlotte City Council days after shooting, protests

Zianna Oliphant spoke during Monday night's Charlotte City Council meeting. She paused to cry during her statement but the crowd encouraged her to keep speaking. During that same meeting, some furious citizens called for resignations across the city and chanted “Hands Down! Shoot Back!” and “No Justice, No Peace!”
CREDIT: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center
'We need our fathers and mothers' child weeps at Charlotte City Council days after shooting, protests 2:18

'We need our fathers and mothers' child weeps at Charlotte City Council days after shooting, protests

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Meet the man behind Callaway Gardens’ Blue Morpho Butterfly Month

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NASCAR driver Ryan Newman takes Royals batting practice

Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch honored at the White House 5:19

Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch honored at the White House