Raheem Sterling: It is not time for England to panic | Gareth Southgate: Experience can help turn things around | Football News

Raheem Sterling has jumped to the defence of under-pressure England boss Gareth Southgate ahead of his side’s Nations League clash with Germany, saying: “It’s not time to panic.” England’s form has deserted them at just the wrong time and Southgate’s side, who suffered relegation from the Nations League top tier with a game to spare … Read more

Billy Horschel’s debut was some ride

By: Nick Piastowski September 24, 2022 Billy Horschel hits a chip on Friday at Quail Hollow during Presidents Cup play. Getty Images CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Davis Love III tried to warn us. One of the players he had sat during Presidents Cup day one wasn’t exactly sitting. “Billy Horschel, I told him over and over … Read more

Chelsea: Eight candidates for Todd Boehly to consider to be director of football at Stamford Bridge

Todd Boehly faced few complications in getting his No 1 target when it came to hiring a new manager – but unlike Graham Potter, landing a sporting director is not proving quite so easy.  Chelsea suffered another blow in their search after first choice candidate Christoph Freund opted to stay at Red Bull Salzburg. The Blues … Read more

Liverpool Women 0-3 Everton Women: Megan Finnigan, Jess Park and Hanna Bennison score as Toffees stun Anfield | Football News

Everton stunned Anfield to run out 3-0 winners over Liverpool and kickstart their Women’s Super League season in style. Liverpool produced the shock of the opening round of Women’s Super League fixtures last weekend by beating champions Chelsea at Prenton Park – but their neighbours across Stanley Park brutally dampened their mood with two first-half … Read more

Raheem Sterling: It is not time for England to panic | Gareth Southgate: Experience can help turn things around | Football News

Raheem Sterling has jumped to the defence of under-pressure England boss Gareth Southgate ahead of his side’s Nations League clash with Germany, saying: “It’s not time to panic.” England’s form has deserted them at just the wrong time and Southgate’s side, who suffered relegation from the Nations League top tier with a game to spare … Read more

Making sense of financial turbulence

Watching the markets is easy. Predicting outcomes is the hard part. As they commonly say for economists – For every opinion, there exists an equal and opposite. This week US Federal Reserve increased interest rates by 75 basis points taking it to 3.25 per cent, which is the highest in 10 years. Host of other … Read more

The Business Continuity Market in 2022

Business continuity, or a business continuity plan (BCP), outlines an organization’s ability to maintain and resume business operations during and after the occurrence of a disaster.  The plan includes everything from risk assessment and management to setting up recovery policies for mission-critical operations. The primary purpose of having a BCP is to preserve the assets … Read more

We Are Becoming A PowerSkills Economy – JOSH BERSIN

Everyone keeps talking about the economy these days. Interest rates are rising, inflation feels out of control, and there’s a hint of recession in the air. Yet job growth remains strong and unemployment is low. What’s really going on? After years of study and hundreds of conversations with business leaders, I’ve come to a big … Read more

Forward Thinking on pandemic paradoxes, labor market myths, and ‘cowboy capitalism’ with David Autor

In this episode of the McKinsey Global Institute’s Forward Thinking podcast, Michael Chui talks with David Autor, Ford Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Autor talks about the paradoxes created for labor markets by the pandemic, the effect of trade globalization, the rise of China as a world economic power, and the … Read more