Setien to Barcelona players I’m sorry for assistant coach’s antics

Barcelona coach Quique Setien has revealed he has apologised to the players and everyone at the club for the exuberant behaviour of his assistant coach Eder Sarabia on the touchline during last week’s 2-0 defeat by Real Madrid. Sarabia was a little-known figure until Spanish television show Vamos broadcast images of his reactions from the […]

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Accenture’s Julie Sweet on evolving in real time

This is the web version of raceAhead, Fortune’s daily newsletter on race, culture, and inclusive leadership. To get it delivered daily to your inbox, sign up here. When Julie Sweet became Accenture’s new CEO, she prepared to lead her more than 500,000 employees by deciding to learn out loud. Accenture uses internal “learning boards,” a basket […]

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Gov. Okowa congratulates Bulkachuwa at 70, retirement

Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta on Thursday congratulated the President, Court of Appeal, Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa, who turns 70 years on March 6. The governor’s felicitation is contained in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Olisa Ifeajika in Asaba. He also congratulated Bulkachuwa on her retirement from service having attained the mandatory age […]

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Valued at $30bn, Waymo considers its next move

When outside investors lined up this week to pour $2.25m into Waymo, Alphabet’s self-driving technology division, it brought strong validation for a decade of work. The deal valued Waymo at more than $30bn, according to people familiar with the transactions. That valuation, which has not previously been reported, makes Waymo worth considerably more than the […]

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CT Scans Show Brains of Baby Bumblebees Could Get Irreversibly Damaged by Pesticides

A baby bumblebee in the hive is protected from the outside world like a fetus in the womb. Yet when contaminated foods are brought back to the colony, that isolation is put at risk.   New research suggests when young larvae are exposed to pesticides it may cause lasting and irreversible damage to their brains […]

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PSG don’t want Kylian Mbappe playing at Olympics

11:08 PM IST Julien Laurens Jonathan Johnson The French Football Federation (FFF) has received written confirmation from Paris Saint-Germain that they do not want superstar Kylian Mbappe involved in this summer’s Olympic Games in Japan, sources have confirmed to ESPN. The France international is almost certain to feature in Didier Deschamps’ squad for this summer’s […]

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Closing the say-do gap: How businesses can create more inclusive workplaces for all employees

Top companies have touted their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion for over a decade. But obstacles to inclusion persist, particularly for women and people of color.  In 2019, women were about 47% of the U.S. labor force, but only 40% of managers, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. And in […]

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Digitizing insurance processes may not be feasible this year — STI Chair

By Rosemary Onuoha The move by the National Insurance Commission, NAICOM, to digitize insurance processes from this year may not be feasible if there is no close monitoring on insurance companies. Chairman, Sovereign Trust Insurance (STI) Plc, Mr. Oluseun Ajayi, who disclosed this to Vanguard, noted that the initiative is a right […]

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NYC to Miami for $51: Coronavirus woes cause airlines to offer cheap flights and discounts

Subscribe to Fortune’s Outbreak newsletter for a daily roundup of stories on the coronavirus outbreak and its impact on global business. It reads like a typo, as if there’s a digit missing: round-trip airfare, New York to Miami, for $51. It’s right there on the Frontier Airlines website. Search a little more on Google and […]

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