Roger Goodell doubles down on lack of competitive advantage for teams that have fans in stands

During a Tuesday conference call with reporters, Commissioner Roger Goodell said that he and the Competition Committee have agreed that there’s no competitive advantage if some teams have fans in the stands and others don’t, due to the varying rules of the pandemic. During a Wednesday appearance on CNBC, Goodell doubled down — and he […]

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Children with social anxiety, maternal history of depression more likely to develop depression

Although researchers have known for decades that depression runs in families, new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York, suggests that children suffering from social anxiety may be at particular risk for depression in the future. “We already know from previous research that children with social anxiety symptoms are at high risk of […]

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Worldline $9.2 billion Ingenico deal may need EU concessions

French payments company Worldline’s (WLN.PA) 7.8 billion euro ($9.23 billion) bid for Ingenico (INGC.PA) may require concessions to gain European Union antitrust regulator approval, people familiar with the matter said on Monday. The acquisition by Worldline, which was born out of French IT company Atos (ATOS.PA), is emblematic of a wave of mergers and acquisitions […]

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‘Missed opportunities’ to identify Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi as a threat, inquiry hears

There were “missed opportunities” to identify Salman Abedi as a suicide bomber before he killed 22 people at Manchester Arena, a public inquiry has heard. Abedi, 22, was reported to police and security as acting suspiciously in the minutes before he detonated his bomb, the inquiry into the terror attack heard, but no action was […]

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