· Virgin Media to disappear from UK high street →
In recent years, its rival Sky has also moved to dramatically reduce the number of physical stores it has across the UK.
· Dortmund, Favre facing tough questions after Bayern's 'big step' →
Barring an unlikely late-season collapse from Bayern, it will be the second straight season that Favre's Dortmund have pushed their rivals close in the title race before ultimately coming up short.
· Nathan Jones: Luton Town reappoint former Stoke City manager →
Luton Town have reappointed Nathan Jones as manager, 16 months after he moved to Championship rivals Stoke.
· Wall Street Breakfast: Social Media Crackdown →
Beating out rivals like Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX), Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) has secured a deal for Hollywood veteran Martin Scorsese's next film, Killers of the Flower Moon, which will feature Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro.
· Trump leapfrogs back ahead of Obama in stock market gains →
Fueled by deep corporate tax cuts, the S&P 500 at its peak on Feb. 19 was up 58per cent from when Trump beat Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in 2016.
· Amazon to offer permanent roles to 70% of 175,000 new US hires →
The decision is a sign that Amazon's sales have increased sufficiently to justify an expanded workforce for order fulfillment, even as government lockdowns ease and rivals open their retail stores for pickup.
· Uber's trashing of JUMP electric bikes stirs outrage →
After Uber’s recent transfer of its JUMP division of bike and scooter rentals to rival Lime, Uber is disposing of thousands of its older electric bikes.
· (4th LD) Moon stresses 'politics of cooperation' in meeting with party floor leaders →
It marked Moon's first Cheong Wa Dae meeting with the floor leaders of the rival parties since Nov. 5, 2018.
· Cineworld plans to reopen all UK cinemas in July →
Rival Vue, one of Europe’s largest cinema operators, has also said it intends to reopen in July with measures including physically isolating family groups and staggering film times to reduce crowding.
· George Floyd protests: Fox News host Tucker Carlson calls demonstrations over police killing ‘a form of tyranny’ →
Mr Carlson also laid into CNN for calling the people he showed in Minneapolis “protesters” and not “rioters”, accusing the rival news network of “welcoming” the behaviour.