Savannah Young

Savannah Young is a news writer for Leaders Media. Previously, she was a digital reporter for WATE Channel 6 (ABC) in Knoxville, Tennessee. Prior to that she graduated from Tennessee Technological University with a degree in Communications focusing in Public Relations with an emphasis in English and Literature. She has a strong news background with a focus in digital media. She joined Leaders in July 2022.

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Adidas has completely cut ties with Kanye West, but recently announced it will still be selling his Yeezy brand just with a different name and no affiliation to him
Business
by Savannah Young Leaders Staff
Not only did the fall of FTX affect cryptocurrencies, but it is now wreaking havoc in the world of sports
Entertainment
by Savannah Young Leaders Staff
Minerals needed to recycle batteries for EVs can come from household items such as cellphones, laptops, electric toothbrushes, and vacuums.
Business
by Savannah Young Leaders Staff
Zhang Yiming, CEO of TikTok parent company who fell down 17%

The decline in wealth among the top 100 is staggering

by Savannah Young Leaders Staff
Volkswagen, General Motors, Stellantis NV, which is the owner of Jeep and Ram, as well as other automakers have all paused advertising on Twitter

Major car companies have stopped buying Twitter ads

by Savannah Young Leaders Staff
General Motors (GM) has secured access to enough renewable energy to power all of its U.S. sites by 2025

Securing clean- and alternative-energy solutions ahead of schedule

by Savannah Young Leaders Staff
Maryland and Missorui have passed legalized marijuana, and supporters say it will help multiple things including small businesses

Maryland and Missorui have passed legalized marijuana

by Savannah Young Leaders Staff
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