The communications and media conglomerate fell hard as a result of the COVID-19 crisis and headwinds in cable TV.
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Wales loose forward Justin Tipuric anticipates some adjustment for himself and his team mates as test rugby in the northern hemisphere returns this weekend after the COVID-19 hiatus. “Everyone knows it’s different, even the build-up is much quieter than normal which is a bit weird,” he said amid a lockdown in Wales as novel coronavirus infections increase. Similar restrictions are in force in Paris where the Welsh meet France in a warm-up test at Stade de France on Saturday.
Pursuing equality in the military requires attracting the most capable people from all races and walks of life, says Air Force Maj. Gen. Ed Thomas.
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Paradox, the conversational AI platform helping talent acquisition teams at organizations like McDonald’s, CVS Health, and Unilever create the most candidate-centric hiring experiences on earth, announced today the hiring of Stephanie King as Chief Legal Officer and Chief of Staff.
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Bolivia's official vote count showed socialist candidate Luis Arce with a majority of the vote with nearly 60% of ballots counted by late morning on Tuesday, backing up unofficial fast counts that had put him as the outright election winner. The slow official count showed Arce with 50.01% and runner-up centrist Carlos Mesa with around 32% of the vote, indicating a gap of around 18 percentage points, far larger than pollsters had predicted in the run-up to the Sunday ballot. Arce's socialist MAS party has already claimed victory and Mesa conceded the loss on Monday.
Nigeria protests lead to 24-hour Lagos curfew. Airport shut as city governor condemns ‘anarchy’ and violence surrounding Sars police brutality protests
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Britain’s upper house of Parliament delivered a resounding condemnation of the government’s contentious new Brexit legislation on Tuesday, as a standoff continued between the U.K. and the European Union over future trade relations. The House of Lords voted 395-169 to add words to the Internal Market Bill expressing “regret” for the legislation and saying it “would undermine the rule of law and damage the reputation of the United Kingdom.” The bill breaches part of the legally binding Brexit withdrawal agreement by allowing Britain to override key provisions on Northern Ireland, the only part of the U.K. that shares a land border with the EU.
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"The Voice" was slightly off pitch with its season 19 debut, at least compared with the last two cycles. The NBC singing show still managed to top the night overall with a 1.2 rating among adults 18-49 and just under 8 million total viewers. That's down around 13% on last season's premiere and almost 30% […]
New feature is latest in Facebook’s bid to monetise free photo-sharing app