Japanese retailer moves retirement age from 65 to 80

A new policy at Japan’s Nojima enables its 3,000 regular employees to stay in their jobs until they are 80. Japan is the world’s most advanced aging society, with people who are 65 or older accounting for 28 percent of the population. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video … Read more Japanese retailer moves retirement age from 65 to 80

This is the future fight of the Republican Party

In July, multiple House Republicans ganged up on GOP Conference Chairwoman Liz Cheney during a conference meeting AFTER she showed support for Dr. Anthony Fauci. Chris Cillizza explains why this interparty squabble is so significant. SOURCES AND FURTHER READING: Why the fight among House Republicans *actually* matters https://www.cnn.com/2020/07/21/politics/liz-cheney-house-republicans-jim-jordan/index.html House Republicans air grievances against Liz Cheney … Read more This is the future fight of the Republican Party

Amy Tinkler hits out at British Gymnastics over time taken to deal with complaint | ITV News

Amy Tinkler has criticised British Gymnastics over the time taken to deal with her complaint over bullying and an abuse culture in the sport. Tinkler, who is from Bishop Auckland, said earlier this month her “experiences as a club and elite gymnast”, and the subsequent failure of British Gymnastics to act on her complaint, led … Read more Amy Tinkler hits out at British Gymnastics over time taken to deal with complaint | ITV News

Her Final Putt – Suzann Pettersen’s Story | PGA TOUR Originals

After sinking the winning putt at the 2019 Solheim Cup for Team Europe, Suzann Pettersen suddenly announced her retirement from professional golf. The narrative of her life could not have been scripted any better, and she’s ready to finally tell her intimate tale. As she embarks on the next chapter in her life, and let’s … Read more Her Final Putt – Suzann Pettersen’s Story | PGA TOUR Originals

Antonio Brown demands the NFL wrap up the investigation so he can play again | First Take

Max Kellerman and Marcus Spears react to Antonio Brown’s latest tweets aimed at the NFL about his return to the league despite announcing his retirement. #FirstTake #NFL Subscribe to ESPN+ https://plus.espn.com/ Get the ESPN App: http://www.espn.com/espn/apps/espn Subscribe to ESPN on YouTube: http://es.pn/SUBSCRIBEtoYOUTUBE Subscribe to NBA on ESPN on YouTube: http://bit.ly/SUBSCRIBEtoNBAonESPN Watch ESPN on YouTube TV: … Read more Antonio Brown demands the NFL wrap up the investigation so he can play again | First Take

Australia’s Qantas decommissions last Boeing 747 after 50 years

In Australia, half a century of aviation history has ended at Qantas Airways, with the early retirement of its final Boeing 747. It is the latest airline casualty of the coronavirus pandemic, which has devastated the industry globally, forcing many airlines to decommission part or parts of their fleet, and cut staff. Qantas had planned … Read more Australia’s Qantas decommissions last Boeing 747 after 50 years

Camilla meets with Chelsea Pensioners during visit to Royal Hospital

The Duchess of Cornwall has visited the Royal Hospital Chelsea. Her Royal Highness met with staff working at the retirement and nursing home in London. Camilla also inspected the Chelsea Pensioners who were on display in the Central Courtyard. The Duchess was meant to visit in June but was unable to due to coronavirus. Speaking … Read more Camilla meets with Chelsea Pensioners during visit to Royal Hospital

Gymnast Amy Tinkler: ‘I had no option but to quit’

Gymnast Amy Tinkler has revealed she had no other option but to quit the sport less than four years after becoming Great Britain’s youngest medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympics. She says her complaint about her “experiences as a club and elite gymnast”, and the subsequent failure of governing body British Gymnastics to act on … Read more Gymnast Amy Tinkler: ‘I had no option but to quit’

Yale’s Pinelopi Goldberg on the ‘Motherhood Penalty’ Faced by Women

Jul.13 — In this edition of “Bloomberg Equality,” Pinelopi Goldberg, a professor of economics at Yale University, discusses the key findings from the World Banks’s new “Women, Business and the Law” database, which tracks inequality in legislation throughout the duration of a woman’s working life, from the time she can enter the labor force through … Read more Yale’s Pinelopi Goldberg on the ‘Motherhood Penalty’ Faced by Women

After almost 50 years it’s the end of an era as Qantas’ last 747s embark on farewell tour | ABC News

It was the passenger jet that ushered in a new era of international travel. The 747 jumbo revolutionised in-flight service and captured the hearts of plane spotters everywhere. After almost 50 years, that era is coming to an end with Australia’s last 747s on a farewell tour to retirement. Josh Bavas reports from Sydney. For … Read more After almost 50 years it’s the end of an era as Qantas’ last 747s embark on farewell tour | ABC News

Lizzie Kelly – Luck On Sunday – Racing TV

Lizzie Kelly, the first woman to ride a Grade One winner over jumps in Britain, joins Nick Luck after announcing her retirement. This is the official YouTube channel of Racing TV. Racing TV is the UK’s leading horse racing channel showing live racing from the best racecourses in Great Britain and Ireland. Subscribe to Racing … Read more Lizzie Kelly – Luck On Sunday – Racing TV

McEnany Refuses to Comment ‘Former Junior Employee’ Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman Retirement

Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, a key witness in President Donald Trump’s impeachment, will retire after more than 21 years in the U.S. military amid concerns that his future will “forever be limited” in the Army as a result of his testimony against the commander-in-chief, his lawyer said. “Through a campaign of bullying, intimidation, and retaliation, … Read more McEnany Refuses to Comment ‘Former Junior Employee’ Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman Retirement

Ennio Morricone: a look back at a creative career spanning 500 film scores

Oscar-winning Italian film composer Ennio Morricone has died aged 91. Morricone’s creative career spanned 500 scores over 50 years working with Giuseppe Tornatore, Barry Levinson, Quentin Tarantino and of course, Sergio Leone with whom he defined the western with unforgetable soundtracks. His first Oscar for best original score only came in 2016 when he was … Read more Ennio Morricone: a look back at a creative career spanning 500 film scores