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(Reuters) - The Associated Press (AP) on Tuesday named Daisy Veerasingham as its president and chief executive officer, succeeding Gary Pruitt, who will retire at the end of the year.
TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. gymnast Simone Biles on Tuesday stepped onto the balance beam and threw off a week of doubts, fears and mental pressure to do what she has long done best - win an Olympic medal, this time a bronze she hadn't even thought she could try for.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The first openly transgender Olympian said on Tuesday she would likely retire from weightlifting and felt her landmark appearance at the Tokyo Games should not be historic and would be forgotten fast as sport becomes more open and inclusive.
(Reuters) - Memory chip maker Micron Technology Inc on Monday said it would shift how it returns cash to shareholders, buying up more shares when prices are low, fewer when prices are high and instituting a dividend for the first time.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Host nation Japan aim to hit new heights in competitive climbing when the sport makes its Olympic debut in Tokyo with their maximum of four athletes launching an assault on European and American dominance of the sport.
SYDNEY: When United Kingdom-based Goose Recruitment kicked off a recent campaign to find 30 Boeing Co 737 cargo pilots for a client in Europe, 400 resumes poured in within 48 hours.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) -Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas will have a five place grid penalty at Formula One's next race in Belgium after the Finn triggered chaos and collisions on the opening lap of Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Britain's Shauna Coxsey, who has grappled with a string of injuries, said that training for climbing's Olympic debut has renewed her love for the sport in what will be her final appearance as a competitive climber.
ON Monday, young government contract doctors took a stand for their future when they walked out from hospitals nationwide to protest against the lack of job security and career progression.
TOKYO (Reuters) - After booking her place in Olympic history with a record sixth individual gold medal, world swimming's most decorated woman Katie Ledecky is confident there's plenty more to come - and is already talking about a bid to reach the next two Olympics.