Day: May 3, 2020

Palace Releases New Collection To Support The NHS

Palace Releases New Collection To Support The NHS

After years of division and very cross words at the dining table, the UK is finally united on one opinion: that the NHS is unequivocally great. The fashion industry agrees, hence the proliferation of Nye Bevan-repping merch, from Blacksmith’s fundraising cap to Origins Sounds’ NHS scarf. Now, Palace has taken to frontline support too.

Just this morning, the cult skate label announced the release of a brand new collection that’ll channel all profits to NHS Charities Together: an initiative that unites over 230 organisations covering mental health, community outreach, volunteer mobilisation and staff support. Which means a hoody, sweatshirt and T-shirt in a pristine shade of white and do-good blue.

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That’s not all. The Palace logo – the now iconic infinite triangle that was especially designed to convey a sense of foreverness – has been repurposed to include the words ‘national health service’. Perhaps the uniform of a recently-opened

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Who founded Subway?

It was 1965 when young Frederick DeLuca and Peter Buck forged a business relationship that would result in the world’s largest submarine sandwich chain known for its “footlong” sandwiches.

However, DeLuca’s path to success and a multibillion fortune from transforming a single sandwich shop into what’s now a fast-food behemoth started with humble beginnings.

During his childhood, DeLuca spent a hefty chunk of his time in the Bronx, a borough of New York City, while his father was a factory worker, according to the New York Times. At 10 years old, the family moved to the Schenectady area before settling in Bridgeport, Conn.

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After graduating from Central High School in 1965, DeLuca worked at a hardware shop to garner up enough funds in order to pursue his dream of studying medicine. However, he quickly learned his pay would not cover the hefty

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Confident Froome trusts Tour de France safety measures

Confident Froome trusts Tour de France safety measures

Paris (AFP) – Chris Froome’s hunger for a fifth or even sixth Tour de France victory remains undiminished although he is unsure the race can go ahead in 2020 due to coronavirus, he told French daily L’Equipe in an interview published on Tuesday.

The Tour’s postponement until late August suits the four-time winner who has been fighting to regain fitness from severe injuries sustained in a training crash last June.

“It’s an advantage for me, the race being put back, but it’s not something to celebrate,” said Froome.

The Kenyan-born racer feels the Tour may still be cancelled due to the pandemic, but is training hard for victory at his Monaco base.

“I’m confident I’ll be 100 percent fit at the starting line,” said Froome, who turns 35 next month and who is in the final year of his Ineos contract.

“Maybe it won’t take place, but I’m training as

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LGBT+ victims of coronavirus should be counted in health data, U.S. lawmakers urge

By Matthew Lavietes

NEW YORK, April 30 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – State lawmakers urged U.S. officials on Thursday to determine how many coronavirus patients are LGBT+, saying the data could be critical to the health of the gay and transgender community amid the pandemic.

Other minority groups such as African Americans and Latinos have been shown to be suffering higher death and infection rates than the general public, said legislators from New York, California, Colorado and Pennsylvania.

They staged a virtual townhall calling for data collection at state and federal levels. “If you don’t know where it hurts, you don’t know how much it hurts, you’ll never fix what hurts,” said Malcolm Kenyatta, a Democratic Pennsylvania state representative.

Kenyatta recently introduced a bill calling for state government forms that collect demographic information to include an LGBT+ identification option.

“We are ignored, and the scope of the problem is not readily

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Edited Transcript of WHR earnings conference call or presentation 1-May-20 12:00pm GMT

BENTON HARBOR May 1, 2020 (Thomson StreetEvents) — Edited Transcript of Whirlpool Corp earnings conference call or presentation Friday, May 1, 2020 at 12:00:00pm GMT

* James W. Peters

Cleveland Research Company – Co-Founder, CEO, Co-Director of Research and Senior Research Analyst

KeyBanc Capital Markets Inc., Research Division – Director and Equity Research Analyst

RBC Capital Markets, Research Division – MD of U.S. Homebuilders & Building Products

* Seldon T. Clarke

Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for standing by. Welcome to the Whirlpool Corporation Q1 2020 Earnings Conference Call. (Operator Instructions)

I would now like to hand the conference over to your speaker today, Ms. Roxanne Warner, Head of Investor Relations. Thank you. Please go ahead.

Thank you, and welcome to our first quarter 2020 conference call. Joining me today are Marc Bitzer, our Chairman and Chief Executive Officer; and Jim Peters, our Chief Financial Officer. Our remarks today track … Read More

Prince Harry's First Post-Royal Project Focuses on Mental Health

Prince Harry’s First Post-Royal Project Focuses on Mental Health

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  • Prince Harry has announced his first major project since he officially stepped down as a senior royal on March 31.
  • The HeadFIT platform will provide online self-help tools for military personnel, enabling them to “take a proactive approach to their own mental wellbeing.”
  • “This is about being the best you can be,” Harry said in a statement.

    Prince Harry’s long made mental health a central facet of his public platform, while his pride in his military service is well known. So his latest project—the first he’s announced since stepping down as a senior royal—comes as little surprise. On Monday, April 27, Harry launched HeadFIT, an online platform that will offer military personnel 24/7 access to self-help tools in order to manage their wellbeing.

    While the platform was designed with the military in mind, anyone can access the online tools, according to a press release from the

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    Edited Transcript of ILMN earnings conference call or presentation 30-Apr-20 9:00pm GMT

    SAN DIEGO May 1, 2020 (Thomson StreetEvents) — Edited Transcript of Illumina Inc earnings conference call or presentation Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 9:00:00pm GMT

    * Francis A. deSouza

    Illumina, Inc. – President & CEO

    Illumina, Inc. – VP of IR, Corporate Communications & Corporate Social Responsibility

    * Sam A. Samad

    Illumina, Inc. – CFO & Senior VP

    Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated, Research Division – MD & Senior Analyst

    UBS Investment Bank, Research Division – Senior Equity Research Analyst of Healthcare Life Sciences

    SVB Leerink LLC, Research Division – MD of Life Science Tools & Diagnostics and Senior Research Analyst

    BTIG, LLC, Research Division – Director & Life Science and Diagnostic Tools Analyst

    * Tycho W. Peterson

    Good day, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the First Quarter 2020 Illumina Earnings Conference Call. (Operator Instructions) As a reminder, this conference is being recorded.

    I would now like to introduce … Read More

    Chris Froome driven by desire to make one of sport's greatest comebacks

    Chris Froome driven by desire to make one of sport’s greatest comebacks

    Chris Froome has revealed he has done several 30-hour weeks of indoor riding during the COVID-19 pandemic, fired by the ambition of trying to win a record fifth or even sixth Tour de France and so make one of the sport’s greatest comebacks.

    Froome revealed in a series of interviews that he finds inspiration in the photographs of the serious injuries and fractures he suffered when he crashed into a wall while studying the route of the time trial at the Critérium du Dauphiné last June. 

    He has no memory of the moment of the 70kph crash, but his long recovery and return to the saddle via months of rehabilitation, follow-up surgery, pain and personal sacrifice appear to have made him more resilient and more determined than ever.   

    Froome will turn 35 on May 20, so an eventual fifth Tour de France win would make him the second-oldest winner in

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    India faces spike in coronavirus cases, says study, in test for health system

    FEATURE-‘Emergency’ for millions as coronavirus severs remittance lifeline

    By Thin Lei Win and Ban Barkawi

    ROME/AMMAN, May 1 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – When Fathy called his family back home in Egypt a week ago, they asked him to send money, as he had for the past year. But he had none, having lost his job as a car painter in the United Arab Emirates in March, when a coronavirus lockdown was introduced.

    Fathy’s sisters and aunt rely on his monthly transfers to “eat and drink and live”, said the 38-year-old, who declined to give his full name as he has been living and working in the Gulf state without a legal permit.

    “They’re borrowing a little money from their neighbours at the moment to get by … my heart goes out to them,” Fathy, who used to send home part of his 1,500 dirhams ($408) salary, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

    Strict curfews, lockdowns and travel bans enforced

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    24th Annual Webby Awards Unveils Nominees

    24th Annual Webby Awards Unveils Nominees

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    Appropriately dubbed Webbys From Home due to the current COVID-19 landscape, the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences has unveiled the nominees for the 24th annual Webby Awards. The New York ceremony was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic and will now take place via an Internet celebration on May 19.

    The Webbys honor the year’s best Internet work as well as outstanding individuals and organizations who are using the Internet to respond to the impact of the coronavirus. Nominees in the entertainment realm include HBO, Saturday Night Live, BBC, Netflix, Star Wars, Hulu and Comedy Central. Lizzo, Lil Dicky, Ellen, Trevor Noah, Jennifer Garner, Billie Eilish, Jimmy Fallon, Florence Pugh, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ariana Grande, Idris Elba, Stephen Colbert, LeBron James, Celine Dion, Tom Hanks, Billy Eichner and Chris Evans have also received nominations.

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