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PNC must go to work on integrating BBVA into the organization, which includes achieving cost savings and hopefully finding revenue synergies.
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Two adults and one child have died after getting into difficulty in Loch Lomond, police have said
Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski was voted Germany's Footballer of the Year for the second year running on Sunday.
Police are appealing for information after a man’s body was found in the Grand Union Canal in Greenford. The death is being treated as unexplained and despite extensive enquiries officers have been unable to identify him or inform his family.
Sales at Giorgio Armani jumped 34% in the first half of 2021 as business in China and the United States helped the Italian fashion group bounce back, although it said it could be next year before it fully recovers from the pandemic. "The goal is to return to pre-pandemic levels by 2022, with... over 2 billion euros in direct consolidated revenues," Chairman and CEO Giorgio Armani said on Sunday in a statement announcing 2020 results and the trend for January-June. The luxury group said consolidated net sales had fallen 25% last year to 1.6 billion euros ($1.9 billion), with most of the decline occurring in the first half of 2020.
Kidnappers who raided a boarding school in northern Nigeria earlier this month released 28 children on Sunday but another 81 remain in captivity, according to a pastor involved in the negotiations for their release. The attack on the Bethel Baptist High School in the state of Kaduna was the 10th mass school kidnapping since December in northwest Nigeria carried out by Islamist militants and more recently, criminal gangs. Nigerian authorities have attributed the kidnappings to what they call armed bandits seeking ransom payments.
Coco Gauff and Johanna Konta were among the tennis stars forced to withdraw.
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Greece has updated its COVID-19 restrictions and rules to help curb the spread of the virus. Here's what you'll need to know before you arrive in Greece.
DJ is one of six contestants arriving for Casa Amor
(Bloomberg) -- It’s time for Bitcoin’s corporate champions to account for a brutal selloff in the cryptocurrency.Companies such as Tesla Inc. and MicroStrategy Inc. that have emerged as some of Bitcoin’s biggest backers will have to reckon with their digital holdings in earnings reports next week after the price of the token tumbled 41% in the second quarter. Square Inc., one of the few other large companies to add the cryptocurrency to its balance sheet, will report results in August.The disclo
(Bloomberg) -- Most stock markets in the Middle East advanced after a week-long break on Sunday, the first day of trading since OPEC and its allies agreed a deal to boost production. A recovery in earnings also boosted regional equities.Saudi Arabia’s benchmark Tadawul All Share Index rises 0.8%, the most since June 13Al Rajhi Bank +1.1%; Saudi Electricity +5.2%; Maaden +5.1%; Saudi Research +10%The Tadawul Materials sub-index rises 1.7% to the highest level on record as petrochemical stocks gai
Lee Kiefer has won the United States' first-ever gold in individual foil.
Medal success for Britain on day two of the Tokyo Olympics.
Whether recent negative tests could allow entry to games is said to be still under discussion.
Somalia has postponed elections that were due to start on Sunday after months of delays in the deeply unstable Horn of Africa country, officials told AFP.
Bronze medallist Dane Bird-Smith won't fly with the Australian athletics squad to Japan, the race walker citing family medical reasons for his last-minute withdrawal.Bird-Smith, third in the 20km race walk in Rio, was set to fly with 25 other teammates from their Cairns training base on Sunday night before making the decision to return to Brisbane.
Hundreds of protesters rallied in the Tunisian capital and other cities on Sunday demanding the government step down after a spike in COVID-19 cases that has aggravated economic troubles. In Tunis, police used pepper spray against protesters who threw stones and shouted slogans demanding that Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi quit and parliament be dissolved. Witnesses said rallies numbering several hundred also gathered the cities of Gafsa, Sidi Bouzid, Monastir and Nabeul.