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Corporate giant Amazon is taking heat over reports of its WorkingWell initiative, a physical and mental health program intended to improve employee health in the retail giant's fulfilment centres. Also called Mindful Practice Rooms, these kiosks are intended for employees to take breaks from work, experience periods of calm, and access mental health resources. Electricity supplier E.ON created a "Head Shed" to encourage employees to find out more about mental wellbeing, for instance. Even very popular initiatives such as Mental Health First Aid have very little strong evidence of any long-term benefit. Sadly, in the drive for more productivity, the health and wellbeing of employees can be among the first casualties.
Persons: Paul Litchfield, Frederick Herzberg, Amazon's, Stephen Bevan Organizations: Amazon, Twitter, BT, Electricity, E.ON, Mental Health, for Employment Studies, Lancaster Locations: Australia
Auto, travel firms weigh on European shares ahead of ECB meeting
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Sruthi Shankar | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
(Reuters) -European stocks slipped on Thursday as automakers and travel stocks fell after a recent run of gains, while investors counted on the European Central Bank to maintain an accommodative policy stance at a meeting later in the day. Automakers fell for the third straight day, while travel and leisure stocks dropped 1.1% following recent gains for the sectors on optimism about economic re-openings. Euro zone stocks fell 0.2% ahead of the ECB’s policy decision and its projections for euro zone economic growth and inflation. The meeting comes as recent data from across the globe point to building inflationary pressures, particularly in commodities, as economies recover from long COVID-19 lockdowns. Euro zone inflation last month exceeded the central bank’s target of just under 2%, a mark it has undershot for most of the last decade.
Persons: Christine Lagarde’s, pare Organizations: Reuters, European Central Bank, REUTERS, Staff, Volkswagen, RBC Capital Markets, BT Group, Altice, Spotify, Apple Music Locations: Frankfurt, Germany
(Reuters) -European stocks inched to fresh peaks on Thursday as the European Central Bank raised its recovery outlook and promised to keep ample stimulus flowing, while travel stocks fell after a recent run of gains. REUTERS/StaffThe pan-European STOXX 600 index was up just 0.1%, but at a fresh record high of 455.76 points, while the narrower index of euro zone stocks fell 0.1%. The central bank now sees 2021 euro zone economic growth at 4.6%, above the 4% projected in March. “The ECB’s main mission today was to avoid any taper talk and not harm the still tentative economic recovery or allow bond yields to surge prematurely,” said Carsten Brzeski, global head of macro at ING. “It accomplished its mission: the ECB seems to have bought some time without starting the taper talk.”Interest rate-sensitive banking stocks rose 0.4%, while tech stocks rose 0.9%.
Persons: Christine Lagarde, , Carsten Brzeski, pare Organizations: Reuters, European Central Bank, REUTERS, Staff, ECB, ING, Federal Reserve, Volkswagen, BT Group, Altice, Spotify, Apple Music Locations: Frankfurt, Germany
Auto, oil firms weigh on European shares ahead of ECB
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
(For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click LIVE/ or type LIVE/ in a news window)June 10 (Reuters) - European stocks inched lower on Thursday as energy and automakers’ shares slipped, with investors focused on a European Central Bank meeting later in the day. The pan-European STOXX 600 index slipped 0.1% by 0713 GMT, snapping a four-day winning streak. Automakers slid nearly 1%, while oil and gas sector shed 0.9%. Euro zone stocks fell 0.2%, ahead of the ECB policy decision and its projections for economic growth and inflation. French digital music company Believe, which helps to distribute music via deals with platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music, dropped 10.2% in its stock market debut.
Persons: Sruthi Shankar, Sriraj Kalluvila Organizations: , European Central Bank, BT Group, U.S, Altice, Spotify, Apple Music Locations: Bengaluru
UK stocks muted ahead of ECB meeting, U.S. inflation data
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Sagarika Jaisinghani | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Peter Nicholls/File photoLondon-listed stocks were subdued in early trading on Thursday as investors turned to a European Central Bank policy meeting and U.S. inflation data for cues on whether global central banks could start tapering monetary policy sooner than expected. The export-heavy FTSE 100 (.FTSE) rose 0.2%, tracking small gains in Asian stocks, while the mid-cap FTSE 250 (.FTMC) was down 0.3%. read morePersonal goods (.FTNMX402040) and insurance (.FTNMX303020) stocks were also among the biggest gainers by 0740 GMT. "There's a sense of every man for himself ahead of the U.S. inflation data this evening, a data point that has left markets in limbo," said Jeffrey Halley, a market analyst at OANDA. The ECB is expected to keep its policy guidance unchanged and publish updated euro area macroeconomic projections at its policy meeting later in the day.
Persons: Peter Nicholls, Jeffrey Halley, Patrick Drahi's Organizations: London Stock Exchange, REUTERS, European Central Bank, Pharmaceutical, AstraZeneca, ECB, CMC, BT, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Scotland
LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) -Billionaire Patrick Drahi’s Altice Group has bought a 12.1% stake worth about 2.2 billion pounds ($3.1 billion) in Britain’s BT Group, becoming its largest shareholder. “Altice holds the board and management team of BT in high regard and is supportive of their strategy,” Altice UK, a company formed for the purpose of holding the BT stake, said. The stake puts Altice ahead of Deutsche Telekom, which owned 12.06% of BT based on recent filings, Refinitiv data shows. “Altice UK has informed the BT board that it does not intend to make a takeover offer for BT,” it added. We are making good progress in delivering our strategy and plan,” BT said in a statement following Altice UK’s announcement.
Persons: Patrick Drahi’s, Altice, “ Altice, , , Drahi Organizations: Britain’s BT Group, SFR, BT, Deutsche Telekom, “ Altice, Britain’s, ” BT, Vivendi Locations: PARIS, France, Orange, Switzerland, United States, Israel, U.S
REUTERS/Rafael Marchante/File PhotoDrahi’s newly-created vehicle Altice UK announced the holding in a statement on Thursday which drove BT’s shares to a 17-month high. Altice UK is owned by Next Alt, dealmaker Drahi’s private holding, which also controls SFR, the second largest telecoms operator in France behind Orange. “Altice holds the board and management team of BT in high regard and is supportive of their strategy,” Altice UK, a company formed for the purpose of holding the BT stake, said. “Altice UK has informed the BT board that it does not intend to make a takeover offer for BT,” it added. Altice UK has ruled itself out of making a full takeover offer for six months by virtue of its statement.
Persons: Patrick Drahi, Rafael Marchante, “ Altice, , , Jefferies, Altice, Drahi, Morgan Stanley Organizations: BT Group, REUTERS, SFR, Orange, BT, “ Altice, Britain’s, Deutsche Telekom, Vivendi Locations: PARIS, Lisbon, Portugal, France, British, Spain, Switzerland, United States, Israel, Europe, Dominican Republic, U.S
Altice takes 12% stake in BT, no takeover offer plans
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 1.00   time to read: +1 min
(Reuters) - Patrick Drahi’s Altice Group said on Thursday that it had taken a 12.1% stake in Britain’s BT Group becoming its largest shareholder. Slideshow ( 2 images )“Altice holds the Board and Management team of BT in high regard and is supportive of their strategy,” Altice UK, a company formed for the purpose of holding the BT stake, said in a statement. “Altice UK has informed the BT Board that it does not intend to make a takeover offer for BT.”The stake was worth about 2.2 billion pounds based on BT’s closing price on Wednesday. BT said it noted Altice’s announcement and its statement of support for its management and strategy. “We welcome all investors who recognise the long-term value of our business and the important role it plays in the UK,” BT said.
Persons: Patrick Drahi’s Altice, “ Altice, , Organizations: Reuters, BT Group, Management, BT, “ Altice, BT Board, Britain’s, ” BT, Orange Locations: SFR, France
LONDON — A little-known U.K. company called Arqit is quietly preparing businesses and governments for what it sees as the next big threat to their cyber defenses: quantum computers. And that could be worrying news for organizations' cyber security. David Williams, co-founder and chairman of Arqit, says quantum computers will be several millions of times faster than classical computers, and would be able to break into one of the most widely-used methods of cryptography. "PKI was originally designed to secure the communications of two computers," Williams added. The past month has seen a spate of devastating ransomware attacks on organizations from Colonial Pipeline, the largest fuel pipeline in the U.S., to JBS, the world's largest meatpacker.
Persons: David Williams, Williams, Joe Biden Organizations: Government Communications Headquarters, LONDON, Google, Microsoft, IBM, CNBC, BT, Sumitomo Corporation, European Space Agency, GCHQ, Colonial Pipeline Locations: secretness, U.S, JBS
European stocks slip ahead of data deluge, UK shares lag
  + stars: | 2021-06-03 | by ( Sruthi Shankar | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
(Reuters) -European stocks slipped from all-time highs on Thursday, as investors awaited U.S. economic data to gauge the future path of monetary policy, while rating actions and ex-dividend trading knocked UK shares lower. FILE PHOTO: The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, June 2, 2021. REUTERS/StaffThe pan-European STOXX 600 index was down 0.2%, with miners and utilities leading the decliners. Construction materials group Saint-Gobain gained 3.9% after forecasting record operating income and margin in the first half of the year. Britain’s biggest telecom group BT group slipped 2.9% after Deutsche Bank downgraded the stock to “sell”, saying it is overvalued.
Persons: pare, Edward Park, Brooks Macdonald, , Wall, Remy Cointreau Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Staff, National Grid, Kingfisher, Federal, BT, Deutsche Bank Locations: Frankfurt, Germany
(Reuters) -European stocks pared losses on Thursday as upbeat eurozone business growth data and strong U.S. jobs data lifted sentiment on a dull day of trading, while rating actions and ex-dividend trading knocked UK shares lower. FILE PHOTO: The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, June 2, 2021. REUTERS/StaffThe pan-European STOXX 600 index was down 0.1% after falling as much as 0.8% earlier in the session. Construction materials group Saint-Gobain gained 4.2% after forecasting record operating income and margin in the first half of the year. Britain’s biggest telecom group BT group fell 1.9% after Deutsche Bank downgraded the stock to “sell”, saying it is overvalued.
Persons: , Jack Allen, Reynolds, “ Price, Wall, Remy Cointreau Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Staff, National Grid, Kingfisher, Capital Economics, BT, Deutsche Bank Locations: Frankfurt, Germany, Europe
REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett/File PhotoLondon's FTSE 100 snapped a three-day winning streak to inch lower on Thursday, as miners and B&M European Value Retail's downbeat earnings outlook weighed, while services sector activity hit a 24-year high last month. The blue-chip index (.FTSE) fell 0.6%, with miners, including Anglo American (AAL.L), BHP Group (BHPB.L) and Rio Tinto (RIO.L) falling between 1.9% and 2.8%. Discount retailer B&M European (BMEB.L) fell 3.9% after it said trading would likely remain volatile this year and organic growth would likely decline. The domestically focused mid-cap FTSE 250 index (.FTMC) declined 0.6%, easing from a record peak scaled in the previous session. BT Group (BT.L) fell 1.9% after Deutsche Bank downgraded the telecom group's stock to "sell," saying it is overvalued.
Persons: Suzanne Plunkett, Franziska Palmas, Johnson Matthey Organizations: London Stock Exchange, REUTERS, BHP Group, Rio Tinto, Capital Economics, BT, Deutsche Bank, Nano, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Rio
Britain's competition regulator cleared a $44 billion merger between broadband company Virgin Media and Telefonica's (TEF.MC) UK mobile network O2 on Thursday, after a months-long review. The companies said the deal, which values O2 at 12.7 billion pounds and Virgin Media at 18.7 billion pounds to give the new group a combined value of 31.4 billion pounds ($44.4 billion) including debt, is expected to close by June 1. The 50:50 joint venture, which will be led by Virgin Media boss Lutz Schüler, will have 11 billion pounds of annual revenue, the two owners said. The CMA had been concerned about the possible impact of the merger on the British mobile market given that both companies sold wholesale services to other operators. However it gave the deal provisional approval last month after concluding that other players offering rival services, such as BT and Vodafone, would maintain competition.
Persons: Martin Coleman, Mike Fries, José Maria Alvarez, Pallete, Lutz Schüler Organizations: Virgin Media, O2, Virgin, Liberty Global, Spain's Telefonica, BT, Britain's, Markets Authority, Telefonica, CMA, that's, Reuters, Vodafone, Thomson Locations: Brazil, Germany, Spain
Britain clears Virgin-O2 mobile deal
  + stars: | 2021-05-20 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.97   time to read: +1 min
Britain's competition regulator on Thursday cleared a multi-billion pound merger between broadband company Virgin Media and Telefonica's (TEF.MC) UK mobile network O2 after a months-long review. "After looking closely at the deal, we are reassured that competition amongst mobile communications providers will remain strong and it is therefore unlikely that the merger would lead to higher prices or lower quality services," said Martin Coleman of the Competition and Markets Authority. Virgin owner Liberty Global (LBTYA.O)and Spain's Telefonica agreed the merger a year ago, creating a powerhouse in broadband and mobile to take on market leader BT (BT.L). The deal values O2 at 12.7 billion pounds and Virgin Media at 18.7 billion pounds, giving a combined value of 31.4 billion pounds ($44.36 billion) including debt. The combined companies will have 11 billion pounds of annual revenue, the two owners said.
Persons: Martin Coleman, Mike Fries, José Maria Alvarez, Pallete Organizations: Virgin Media, O2, Competition, Markets Authority, Virgin, Liberty Global, Spain's Telefonica, BT, Telefonica, Thomson
A person walks past a Virgin Media mobile phone store, closed down due to the Covid-19 pandemic, in London on May 4, 2020. LONDON — Virgin Media and O2's £31.4 billion ($44.4 billion) merger has been approved by U.K. competition regulators. Britain's Competition and Markets Authority said Thursday it had greenlit the deal after finding that it was unlikely to lead to a substantial lessening of competition in the telecoms market. At the same time, the CMA said O2 faces stiff competition in the mobile networks market. The deal between Liberty Global's Virgin and Telefonica's O2 will lead to the creation of a new giant in the U.K. telecoms industry.
Persons: Martin Coleman, Coleman, Mike Fries, José Maria Alvarez, Pallete Organizations: Virgin Media, LONDON, O2, Britain's, Markets, CMA, BT, Virgin, Liberty, Telefonica's O2, Liberty Global, Telefonica Locations: London
An FBI agent suspects that a man who was arrested on a firearm charge after allegedly driving three dead bodies to a hospital in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was also engaged in an Aryan Brotherhood dispute that led to their deaths. The three men were only identified as BT, JF and MS, who were all verified members of the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang, according to the complaint. The Aryan Brotherhood is the country’s oldest major white supremacist prison gang and a national crime syndicate, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Members of the Aryan Brotherhood participate in a number of crimes in and outside prison walls, including drug trafficking, murder-for-hire, and armed robbery, the Southern Poverty Law Center reports. Kuykendall was seen in the hospital security footage as having tattoos with connections to the Aryan Brotherhood, including a Shamrock, Viking warrior, lighting bolt, and "White Boy" tattoos, according to the complaint.
Persons: Richard Kuykendall, Kuykendall Organizations: FBI, Chevrolet, Chevy, BT, JF, Southern Poverty Law Center, Prison, Southern Poverty Law Locations: Albuquerque , New Mexico, U.S, New Mexico, Tennessee, Albuquerque, San Quentin, Massachusetts, Bernalillo County
REUTERS/Simon DawsonChief Executive Philip Jansen said he was seeking partners to help fund the 15 billion pounds ($21 billion) of investment needed for the rollout. As well as seeking a partner in fibre, BT is in talks about selling a stake in BT Sport, a move that could relieve the pressure of buying expensive rights. A big short-term risk facing BT Sport was removed on Thursday when the Premier League agreed to renew current rights for three years. Revenue fell 7% to 21.33 billion pounds ($30 billion), just shy of analysts forecasts, while adjusted earnings dropped 6% to 7.42 billion pounds. BT said it had struck a new deal for its pension, which at 7.98 billion pounds is one of the biggest in the country.
Persons: Simon Dawson, Philip Jansen, , “ We’ve, Boris Johnson, ” Jansen, Jansen, Organizations: BT, British Telecom, REUTERS, BT Sport, Premier League, ” Broadcasters, ITV, Disney, Revenue Locations: London, Britain
UPDATE 1-Inflation fears rattle European stocks
  + stars: | 2021-05-13 | by ( Sruthi Shankar | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
The pan-European STOXX 600 index fell 1.6%, drifting further away from an all-time high. Basic resources and oil and gas sectors , among recent market leaders on the back of a surge in commodity prices, fell about 3%. Automakers also shed more then 3%, while defensive names like healthcare and telecoms posted small losses. British luxury brand Burberry tumbled 7.9% on reporting a 10% drop in annual sales, weighed down by the COVID-19 pandemic. In another disappointing London stock market debut, shares of Canadian chip company Alphawave plunged by as much as 18%.
Persons: we’ve, , Frederique Carrier, Sruthi Shankar, Anil D’Silva Organizations: Federal Reserve, RBC Wealth Management, Burberry, BT Group, Telefonica Locations: U.S, London, Canadian, Spanish, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Bengaluru
(Reuters) -London’s FTSE 100 fell on Thursday, dragged down by heavyweight commodity stocks and Burberry Group after an underwhelming earnings update, while fears of a spike in inflation as the economy recovers hurt demand for equities. FILE PHOTO: The London Stock Exchange Group offices are seen in the City of London, Britain, December 29, 2017. REUTERS/Toby MelvilleThe blue-chip index slipped 2.3% to its lowest level since April 7. Globally, stocks slipped after a shocking rise in U.S. inflation bludgeoned Wall Street and sent bond yields surging on worries the Federal Reserve might have to move early on tightening. Canadian computer chip designer Alphawave IP Group’s shares tumbled 15% in their London market debut.
Persons: Toby Melville, , Connor Campbell, choppiness Organizations: Reuters, Burberry Group, London Stock Exchange Group, City of, REUTERS, Burberry, BP, Royal, Shell, Reserve, Spreadex, BT Group, Iron Mountain Inc Locations: City, City of London, Britain, Canadian, London
Commodity stocks, inflation worries drag FTSE 100 to over 5-week low
  + stars: | 2021-05-13 | by ( Shivani Kumaresan | Devik Jain | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
(Reuters) -London’s FTSE 100 fell on Thursday, dragged down by losses in heavyweight commodity stocks and Burberry Group, while fears of a spike in inflation as the economy recovers hurt demand for equities. FILE PHOTO: The London Stock Exchange Group offices are seen in the City of London, Britain, December 29, 2017. Globally, stocks slipped after a shocking rise in U.S. inflation bludgeoned Wall Street and sent bond yields surging on worries the Federal Reserve might have to move early on tightening. Luxury brand Burberry tumbled 4.2% on Thursday after it reported lower annual sales, hit by store closures and reduced tourism. Canadian computer chip designer Alphawave IP Group’s shares tumbled 16.3% in their London market debut.
Persons: Toby Melville, , Sophie Griffiths Organizations: Reuters, Burberry Group, London Stock Exchange Group, City of, REUTERS, Miners, Rio Tinto, BHP Group, Royal Dutch Shell, Reserve, & EMEA, Burberry, BT Group, Iron Mountain Inc Locations: City, City of London, Britain, Rio, American, OANDA, , Canadian, London
European stocks resume slide on rising inflation worries
  + stars: | 2021-05-13 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, April 28, 2021. REUTERS/Staff(Reuters) - European stocks slid on Thursday, tracking a selloff on Wall Street, as a rapid rise in U.S. inflation spooked investors, while a drop in commodity prices weighed on heavyweight miners. The pan-European STOXX 600 index fell 1.0%, heading further away from all-time highs. Basic resources and oil and gas sectors, among the recent top gainers on the back of a surge in commodity prices, fell over 2% as a strong dollar put a dent in metal and oil prices. [MET/L]British luxury brand Burberry tumbled 8.8% on reporting a 10% drop in annual sales, weighed down by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Organizations: REUTERS, Staff, Reuters, Burberry, BT Group, Markets Locations: Frankfurt, Germany, British, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland
(Reuters) - European stocks dipped on Thursday, weighed down by a fall in heavyweight miners after commodity prices tumbled, while a rapid rise in U.S. inflation kept risk sentiment at bay. FILE PHOTO: The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, April 28, 2021. Basic resources fell 3.0%, leading declines among European sectors, while oil and gas slipped 1.4%. British luxury brand Burberry tumbled 4.2% on reporting a 10% drop in annual sales, weighed down by the COVID-19 pandemic. In another disappointing London stock market debut, shares of Canadian chip company Alphawave plunged by as much as 21%.
Persons: , Michael Hewson, , Royce Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Staff, Federal Reserve, Wall, CMC Markets, Burberry, BT Group Locations: Frankfurt, Germany, London, Canadian, British, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland
(CNN) Arsenal's semifinal exit to Villarreal in the Europa League was an "embarrassment" according to former captain Martin Keown. The ex-defender, now working as a television pundit, said Arsenal looked "lost" as it was dumped out of the competition by the Spanish side on Thursday. Arsenal had lost the first leg 2-1 and couldn't break the deadlock in the return fixture which ended 0-0. "Arsenal looked lost. To make matters worse, Villarreal is managed by Unai Emery, who was sacked by Arsenal and replaced with Mikel Arteta.
Persons: Martin Keown, Arsenal, Pierre, Emerick Aubameyang, couldn't, Keown, Unai Emery, Mikel Arteta, Read Organizations: CNN, Villarreal, Europa League, Arsenal, BT Sport Locations: Spanish
TV broadcasting revenueTV deals are one of the most important sources of income for football clubs. Leagues, such as the highly popular English Premier League, own the television distribution rights of all their games. For the Premier League, this happens every third season and is typically Sky Sports, BT Sports, and most recently, Amazon Prime. Big brands, such as Adidas, pay license fees to football clubs to stick the club's logo on their shirts. "It doesn't matter if they sell one shirt or a hundred million shirts, they still get £75 million," Wilson said.
Persons: Robert Wilson, they're, Wilson, Read, Nicolas Scelles, Scelles, Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior, it's, they've, Neymar, doesn't Organizations: European Super League, Financial Times, JPMorgan, English Premier League, Premier League, Sky Sports, BT Sports, Amazon, Sheffield Hallam University, Norwich City, Super League, Guardian, Adidas, Liverpool, Manchester Metropolitan University, Matchday, Arsenal's Emirates, Barcelona FC, Paris Saint Germain, PSG, nab, European Super Locations: Liverpool, Norwich, COVID
LONDON – The world’s biggest social media platforms are being boycotted by British sports teams, athletes and leading sports bodies over a lack of action regarding online abuse. Facebook, which owns Instagram, and Twitter said that racism and other forms of abuse have no place on their platforms. Anti-discrimination organizations like Kick It Out and Show Racism the Red Card are involved in the boycott, as are sport’s governing bodies. Former World Cup winner and Arsenal’s record goal-scorer Thierry Henry, who removed himself from social media last month, hailed the boycott as a “start” in the battle against racism and discrimination. It’s not the first time the social media companies have faced a backlash for failing to remove offensive content.
Persons: , Twitter, Thierry Henry, ’ ”, It’s, Troy Deeney, Alex Scott, , , Richard Masters, Oliver Dowden, Jerry’s Organizations: British, Facebook, Twitter, CNN, Watford Football Club, BBC, Arsenal, Premier League Chief, Premier League, Manchester United, Everton Football Club, , Adidas, Barclays, Budweiser, BT Sport, HP, Verizon, Cola, Diageo, Ben, CNBC Locations: London, U.S, England
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