Man Who Stomped on Elderly Chinese Man’s Head Says It Was Retaliation for Korean, Japanese Men Who Robbed Him
A homeless suspect arrested for viciously stomping on an elderly Chinese man in New York City in April says he committed the act in retaliation for an earlier robbery. Victim accused: Jarrod Powell, 50, identified Yao Pan Ma as one of his two assailants, whom he described as a “Korean guy” and a Japanese man, according to the New York Daily News. Powell reportedly told detectives that he was robbed of jewelry and money on Amsterdam Avenue on April 22.
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(Bloomberg) -- Dubai developer Meydan is set to meet its creditors next week to discuss a $2.6 billion debt restructuring plan aimed at giving it financial breathing space, people familiar with the matter said.PwC has been working with the company to put together a proposal, which will be presented at a meeting with bank creditors, the people said, asking not to be named because the information is confidential.Meydan’s total debt amounts to about $4 billion, of which $2.6 billion requires restru
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