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Shohei Ono made two of his first three opponents cry when he returned to judo at the Tokyo Olympics after 18 mysterious months away. Loud, body-shaking sobs emanated from the men who had to walk behind Ono in defeat through the otherwise hushed halls of the Budokan, giving voice to the anguish of extraordinary athletes whose lifetimes of preparation had still left them unequipped to survive four minutes against Japan's elusive judo superstar. Turkey's Bilal Çiloğlu, the world's No. 9 lightweight, screamed and put his fists to his head after Ono pinned him helplessly to the tatami for an ippon, his wails echoing down the corridors.
McDonald's Corp is bringing its digital, data analytics, marketing, restaurant development and operations segments into one unit as it focuses on driving growth through its global app and new MyMcDonald's Rewards program, the company said on Monday. The company rolled out https://www.reuters.com/business/retail-consumer/mcdonalds-launch-loyalty-program-across-us-july-2021-06-22 MyMcDonald's Rewards on July 8 as fast-food chains have raced to launch loyalty programs to spur sales, reach younger consumers and give customers more ways to order. To lead the new unit, McDonald's promoted Manu Steijaert to a new global chief customer officer position, effective Aug. 1 and reporting to Chief Executive Officer Chris Kempczinski.
WestEnd Films is launching worldwide sales on crime drama “Rhino” from Ukrainian director Oleh Sentsov (“Numbers,” “Gamer”), which will premiere at the Venice Film Festival in the Orizzonti section. Produced by Denis Ivanov (“The Tribe,” “Donbas”) and Sentsov, the film centers on a young man nicknamed “Rhino,” who starts out as a petty thief before […]
Cris Tales review – a magical realist tribute to Japanese role-playing gamesPC (version tested), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, Nintendo Switch; Dreams Uncorporated/Syck/ModusFoes can be cast into the past or future in a whimsical time-bending throwback that celebrates Colombia Passion and character ... Cris Tales. Photograph: Modus
Dublin, July 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "US Next Generation Air Dominance Growth Opportunities" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. This study provides insights into the state of the US Air Force-managed Next Generation Air Defense (NGAD) program, which is a proposed family of air platforms that would include a 6th-generation fighter, wingman drones capable of combat autonomy, and support drones that can carry a combination of fuel, ammunition, and sensors. One of t
(Bloomberg) -- Sales of new U.S. homes dropped unexpectedly in June to the lowest since April 2020, showing a further weakening in demand against a backdrop of elevated prices and tight supply.Purchases of new single-family homes fell 6.6% to a 676,000 annualized pace following a downwardly revised 724,000 in May, government data showed Monday. The median estimate in a Bloomberg survey of economists called for a 796,000 rate.Surging construction costs for everything from labor to transportation
The US will not lift any current travel restrictions “at this point” because of concerns about the rapidly spreading Covid-19 Delta variant and rising coronavirus cases in the United States, a White House official has told Reuters. The decision follows a White House meeting of senior officials late on Friday and means that the restrictions that have stopped large parts of the world’s population from reaching the US since last year won’t be removed in the short term. “Given where we are today with the Delta variant, the United States will maintain existing travel restrictions at this point,” the White House official told the news agency.