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Ronald Koeman’s future as Barcelona coach may already be decided but the outcome of the next two games, starting with Benfica in the Champions League on Wednesday, could buy him some extra time.
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The shift to electric vehicles will force huge changes in the auto industry and require EU backing for 'reskilling' programs to help workers prepare for a zero-emission future, according to a report published on Tuesday. The Platform for Electromobility, an industry group, said a report by the Boston Consulting Group showed by 2030 European auto industry employment will drop by less than 1% from 5.7 million people today amid the transition to electric vehicles.
Honda made just two changes to the 2022 Ridgeline pickup, which is on sale now. What everyone has noticed is the change we might have expected but didn't get: a Ridgeline TrailSport trim. The 2022 Passport broke the seal on the new rugged variants, which will become halo vehicles expressing Honda's off-road expertise.
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Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis asked Florida's secretary of state to investigate Facebook on Monday based on a news article that reported the social media company gives preferential treatment to politicians, celebrities, professional athletes and other prominent people. DeSantis cited a recent Wall Street Journal report in asking Secretary of State Laurel Lee to see if Facebook's policies violated Florida election law.
Frances “Sissy” Farenthold, a reform-minded liberal Democrat in the Texas House who was pushed for the party’s 1972 vice-presidential nomination, has died at age 94, her family said Monday. Farenthold died Sunday at her Houston apartment after a long struggle with Parkinson’s disease, her son, George Farenthold, told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. Funeral arrangements were private, but a public memorial would be held at the University of Texas at Austin campus at a future date still to be scheduled, he said.
Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s co-CEO and chief content officer, revealed what he said was the “most comprehensive look so far” at the streamer’s top 10 TV shows and movies. Sarandos, in an appearance at Vox Media’s Code Conference at the Beverly Hilton, showed two slides: One showing the most popular Netflix shows by its proprietary metric […]
Firefighters from Huntington Beach, California, joined the fight against the Windy Fire burning in Tulare County, which by September 27 had burned more than 85,000 acres, officials said.Video posted on Facebook shows tall flames engulfing a tree as crews with Huntington Beach protected structures and propane tanks.“They’re doing well and staying safe,” the City of Huntington Beach wrote on Facebook.A representative said the footage was taken during firefighting efforts on Friday, September 24.By September 27, the fire was 85,383 acres (133.41 square miles) in size and was two percent contained, according to official reports. Huntington Beach Firefighters intended on a 14-day stint battling the Windy Fire, city officials said. Credit: Huntington Beach Fire Department via Storyful
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Crypto is past the tipping point of mainstream consciousness, and use cases like cross-border payments are firmly outside of the sandbox stage. Cross-border payments are one of the earliest crypto use cases for obvious reasons. Qualitatively, public blockchains and their native cryptocurrencies are global by nature and built to be secure, censorship-resistant, cheap to transact with (depending on the token) and (possibly most importantly) can settle transactions instantly 24/7/365.
New York Department of Sanitation (DSNY) workers threw away multiple crates of produce from an unlicensed street vendor in the Bronx, New York, amid protests from onlookers, video posted on September 23 shows.Footage filmed by Muneeba Hassan shows two NYPD officers observing city workers throwing food into a garbage truck while a small crowd of citizens gathered in protest at the corner of White Plains Road and Pelham Parkway South.Activists said city officials trashed “thousands of dollars” worth of food from the stand — located in an area described by activists as a “food desert” — which had been run for several years by a woman identified in local reports as Diana Hernandez. A spokesman for the DSNY said the amount of food that was thrown away was being exaggerated.DSNY spokesman Joshua Goodman responded to Storyful’s request for comment, saying: “This video shows a small portion of an unfortunate situation, where abandoned material needed to be disposed of for the safety of the community. The Department of Sanitation is committed to our mission of keeping streets and neighborhoods safe, clean, and healthy.”Goodman elaborated on the incident in an email to Storyful, writing, “This began as a Department of Consumer and Worker Protection enforcement action, where they were issuing a violation to the vendor – I believe for vending without a license,” Goodman wrote.“When the inspector began issuing the violation (after what I’m told were multiple warnings in both English and Spanish), the vendor abandoned the items. NYPD called in DSNY to come dispose of what was then a large amount of abandoned material on the sidewalk. For your reference, there is a City law (Local Law 171 of 2017) that specifies that there should be an attempt to donate confiscated food, but the law says – rightly, in my opinion – that a Department of Health representative has to be on hand to certify that the food is safe … we don’t want to donate food that has been sitting out unsupervised because who knows what may have happened to it,” Goodman wrote.“Because the chain of custody of the food could not be verified, DSNY began to dispose of the items as requested by NYPD. A crowd gathered and quickly got out of hand – this is what you see in the video.“At this point, for the safety of our crew, DSNY left the scene, having taken only a small amount of material. We returned later in the day and found that virtually all of the food was gone, likely taken by the crowd. We removed a small amount of remaining abandoned debris at that point. So claims that ‘all the food’ or ‘thousands of dollars worth of food’ were disposed of by DSNY – which you may have seen in some of the reporting to this point – are just not accurate, according to our folks on the ground,” Goodman said.Activists and community members rallied at the site on September 26 to support Hernandez and urge the city to eliminate a cap on street-vending permits and licenses, local news reported.Additional footage filmed by Hassan shows the protest on Sunday. Credit: Muneeba Hassan via Storyful
Chile's central bank will decide in early 2022 on a strategy for the potential roll-out of its own digital currency, the bank's president said on Monday, as policymakers worldwide seek to keep pace with fast-spreading cryptocurrencies. In a presentation before legislators, central bank president Mario Marcel said he had formed a high-level working group to study a medium-term strategy for minting a "digital peso" in a bid to meet the needs of an "increasingly challenging payments industry." "From objectives linked to the needs of the public, financial stability and effectiveness of monetary policy, the Central Bank will define, at the beginning of 2022, a proposal with options and requirements for a eventual issuance of a digital peso in Chile," Marcel told lawmakers.
Israel's Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Monday Iran had breached all the "red lines" aimed at curbing its nuclear weapons program, but that Israel "will not allow" Tehran to get the bomb.
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Rick Dugdale, Director, Producer & Vuele Co-Founder, joined Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the film 'Zero Contact' and how it is being distributed using NFTs.
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