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Judge Aileen Cannon had been on the federal bench for little more than a year when a senior judge offered to preside over one of her first criminal trials in her isolated south Florida courthouse. “It’s very lonely,” Senior Judge Paul C. Huck told CNN of Fort Pierce, a small fishing and citrus community on the edge of the Southern District of Florida where Cannon is the only federal judge. They also said Cannon’s lack of trial experience, both as a lawyer and a judge, is apparent. In her seven years as a Justice Department attorney, Cannon participated on the trial teams of just four criminal cases. And on the bench, she’s only presided over a handful of criminal trials — and Huck took over one of them.
Persons: Aileen Cannon, , Paul C, Huck, Cannon, , Donald Trump, She’s, she’s, Trump, Read Organizations: CNN, Southern, Southern District of, Justice Department Locations: Florida, Fort Pierce, Southern District, Southern District of Florida, America
“It hurt,” says Muse, the executive pastor of Hayes Barton Baptist Church in Raleigh, North Carolina. Nikki Hardeman, of Atlanta, an advocacy director for Baptist Women in Ministry, left, Meredith Stone, executive director of Baptist Women in Ministry, center, and Christa Brown, an advocate for survivors of sexual abuse and a supporter of the Baptist Women in Ministry, protest outside the venue of a Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting on June 11, 2024, in Indianapolis. Some Southern Baptist leaders, for example, say they do not oppose women running for political office. And yet millions of women still give their time and money to church groups that won’t allow them to lead men. Meredith Stone, executive director of Baptist Women in Ministry, a group that works with the SBC and other Baptist groups.
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The winding roads to this town in northern Rwanda were lined with election posters for the man who has been president for decades: Paul Kagame. Businesses were ordered shut and women swept the streets before the president’s convoy swooshed by, heading for a huge rally in a stadium bedecked with the governing party’s red, white and sky-blue colors. A day later, Mr. Kagame’s main challenger, Frank Habineza, arrived in the same town without a fanfare. His party’s colors — green, yellow and white — were absent from the now-busy streets. A few dozen people, many of them his own election workers, gathered under a tent by the street to listen to him.
Persons: Paul Kagame, Kagame’s, Frank Habineza Organizations: Security Locations: Rwanda
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailLikely to see a less repressive regulatory environment under a Trump administration: Paul HickeyPaul Hickey, Bespoke Investment Group co-founder, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the latest market trends, impact of Trump's assassination attempt, which sector would likely benefit most under a Trump administration, and more.
Persons: Trump, Paul Hickey Paul Hickey Organizations: Investment Group
Supporters rush into Hard Rock Stadium ahead of Sunday’s Copa America final (Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)Fans had been asked to arrive early, with watch parties banned outside the stadium or in the parking lots. Hard Rock also said “fans MUST have a game ticket” to enter the stadium campus on Sunday. With the sun beating down, fans pushed toward the closed gates, causing a crush. “Various stadium gates were closed and re-opened strategically in an attempt to allow ticketed guests to enter safely and in a controlled manner. “The Copa America final is organized by CONMEBOL and Miami-Dade Police Department provides security support, along with other law enforcement agencies,” the statement read.
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The stock market surge follows a failed assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump over the weekend. Investors bet that the tragic attempt on Trump's life will help hand him to the Presidency once again in November. The gains came two days after the failed assassination attempt of former President Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Butler, Pennsylvania. Investors laid bets that the attempt on Trump's life would help put him in the White House in 2025. Bitcoin also jumped 9% since the assassination attempt.
Persons: Dow Jones, Donald Trump, , Bitcoin, Trump, bitcoin, Paul Hickey Organizations: Service, Dow Jones, House, Trump Media & Technology Group, Conference, CNBC, Trump, Trump Presidency, Treasury, Here's Locations: Butler , Pennsylvania, Nashville , Tennessee
CNN —The Cleveland Guardians selected Australian second baseman Travis Bazzana with the top pick in the 2024 Major League Baseball Draft on Sunday, the first time an Aussie has been taken in the first round - let alone with the first overall pick - for the world’s premier baseball league. With his selection by Cleveland, Bazzana will join a franchise with the best record in the American League and the second-best record in MLB as well as baseball’s No. Now he hopes his pick at the top of the MLB Draft will translate into more Australians dreaming of the baseball diamond. Travis Bazzana was selected first overall by the Cleveland Guardians during the 2024 MLB Draft at Cowtown Coliseum on July 14, 2024 in Fort Worth, Texas. The MLB Draft continues through July 16 ahead of the MLB All-Star game at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas.
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The Macy's company logo is seen at the Macy's store on Herald Square on January 19, 2024 in New York City. Macy's department-store chain announced that they will be laying off roughly 2,350 employees which is about 3.5% of their workforce. Arkhouse and Brigade had for months been attempting to buy out the storied retailer. Arkhouse, after its initial efforts had been rebuffed, said earlier this year it intended to mount a proxy fight for control of Macy's. But the legacy department store operator's efforts to grow sales have been stymied by high inflation, as consumers become more selective about spending on discretionary items.
Persons: Michael M, Macy's, Macy, Paul Varga, Arkhouse, Tony Spring, It's, Maxx, Spring Organizations: Getty, Brigade, Target Locations: New York City, Macy's, Bloomingdale's
London CNN —A man has been charged with two counts of murder following the discovery of human remains at a famous bridge in southwest England. Yostin Andres Mosquera, a 34-year-old Colombian national, was arrested in Bristol early Saturday and charged on Monday, London’s Metropolitan Police said in a statement. The remains were found in suitcases at Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol last week, as well as at Mosquera’s address in Shepherd’s Bush, a neighborhood in west London. Forensic officers in Shepherd's Bush on Saturday. “I know that this awful incident will cause concern not just among residents in Shepherd’s Bush but in the wider LGBTQ+ community across London,” he said.
Persons: Yostin Andres Mosquera, Albert Alfonso, Paul Longworth, Mosquera, Longworth, Alfonso, Shepherd's Bush, Jonathan Brady, Andy Valentine, Albert, Paul’s, , , ” Valentine Organizations: London CNN, Colombian, London’s Metropolitan Police, Metropolitan Police, Police Locations: England, Bristol, Clifton, Shepherd’s Bush, London, France, United Kingdom, Shepherd's
The uproar over the Trump assassination attempt may pause the intraparty rebellion against Biden for now, especially as he assumes his role as the leader of a nation in sudden crisis. In a nation that was already deeply divided, the core vote for both Trump and Biden was probably locked in. There can be no justification for an assassination attempt on a candidate — an assault on democracy. Many Republican politicians issued calls for calm and an easing of political rhetoric after the shooting — as did Democrats. And Johnson accompanied his calls for calm by implying that Democrats — in advancing their arguments against Trump — had somehow abetted the assassination attempt.
Persons: Donald Trump, MAGA, Joe Biden, , ” Biden, Corey Comperatore, Mike Johnson, we’ve, , ” Trump, Salena Zito, Trump, Biden, Ronald Reagan, , he’s, Doug Burgum, Florida Sen, Marco Rubio, Ohio Sen, J.D, Vance, he’d, Barack Obama, Paul Pelosi, Nancy Pelosi, Trump’s, Johnson, Trump —, Abraham Lincoln, CNN’s Anderson Cooper, ’ it’s, Gretchen Whitmer Organizations: CNN, Republican, Convention, Trump, RNC, Washington Examiner, White, GOP, Service, The New York, Milwaukee Bucks, North Dakota Gov, Ohio, Truth, Capitol, , Louisiana Republican, Republican National Convention Locations: American, America, Atlanta, Washington, Butler , Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Florida, New York, Louisiana, Michigan
Kagame has won more than 93% of the vote at each of the three previous elections. Eight candidates had applied to run against him, but only two were retained in the final list validated by the electoral commission. The others, including Kagame’s most vocal critics, were barred for various reasons that included prior criminal convictions. At the Rwandexco polling center in the capital Kigali, people started queueing 90 minutes before polls opened. Kagame won nearly 99% of the vote in the 2017 poll, which followed a constitutional change removing term limits that would have prevented him from standing again.
Persons: Paul Kagame, Kagame, Pheneas, , ” Pheneas, ” Kagame, Frank Habineza, Philippe Mpayimana, Karangwa Vedaste, ” Vedaste Organizations: Rwanda Reuters — Voters, Motorcycle Locations: Kigali, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo
The FBI said Sunday that the shooter at Trump’s rally in Pennsylvania acted alone and that it is still actively investigating the shooter’s background – including working to gain access to his phone. “We are working to get access to the phone,” Kevin Rojek, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Pittsburgh field office, said Sunday. Rojek confirmed the gun used in the shooting was an AR-style rifle that was purchased legally. FBI Deputy Director Paul Abbate also said the FBI is “seeing that tick up in the aftermath of this event. “The violence we saw yesterday is an attack on democracy itself,” Garland said.
Persons: Kevin Rojek, , ” Rojek, , Rojek, Bobby Wells, Paul Abbate, We’ve, General Merrick Garland, Biden, ” Garland Organizations: FBI, Counterterrorism Division Locations: Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Quantico, Washington ,
In defeating Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon men’s final in straight sets – a straightforward 6-2 6-2 7-6 (7-4) victory against one of the sport’s greats – Alcaraz became the first Spaniard to successfully defend his Wimbledon crown, a feat not even Rafael Nadal had managed. Not even the “Big Three” of Federer, Nadal and Djokovic had won as many grand slams at such an age. Nadal was 22 by the time he had won four, Federer 23 and Djokovic 24. Extraordinary tennisThe match started in Technicolor, a 14-minute opening game which ended with Alcaraz breaking Djokovic. Perhaps the achievement of reaching a major final after suffering a meniscus tear during the French Open should not be lost in the aftermath of this contest.
Persons: hasn’t, Carlos Alcaraz, Novak Djokovic, – Alcaraz, Rafael Nadal, Djokovic, Rod Laver, Bjorn Borg, Nadal, Roger Federer, , Roland Garros, , “ I’m, Alcaraz, Paul Childs, Federer, Andrej Isakovic, He’s, John McEnroe, Djokovic’s Organizations: CNN, Wimbledon, Serb, French, Reuters, Federer, Djokovic, ATP, Alcaraz, Getty, BBC Sport, WImbledon Locations: AFP
Follow the latest from the Copa America final between Argentina and ColombiaThe kick-off for the Copa America final was delayed after chaotic and dangerous scenes saw thousands of supporters prevented from entering Hard Rock Stadium in Miami for the game. “We have had several incidents prior to the gates opening at Hard Rock Stadium for the Copa America final game,” it read. “We are asking everyone to be patient, and abide by the rules set by our officers and Hard Rock Stadium personnel. We are actively working with Hard Rock Stadium to ensure a safe environment for all those attending. AdvertisementHard Rock Stadium is set to host seven matches at the 2026 World Cup including a quarterfinal and the third-place play-off.
Persons: , — Jack Lang, Megan Briggs, Darwin Nunez, Marcelo Bielsa, Paul Tenorio, Felipe Cardenas Organizations: Copa America, 9.22pm, America, Copa, Dade Fire Rescue, The Athletic, CONMEBOL, Miami - Dade Police, Athletic, Hard Rock, , Security, Getty, Uruguayan, Wembley, UEFA, League, Stade de France, Liverpool Locations: Argentina, Colombia, Miami, Uruguay, Liverpool, England, Italy, Paris
President Joe Biden addressed the nation after an apparent shooting at a Donald Trump rally. Biden said "there's no place in America for this kind of violence." "It's sick," Biden said. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementPresident Joe Biden addressed the nation on Saturday after an apparent shooting at a rally for Former President Donald Trump in Pennsylvania on Saturday.
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Carlos Alcaraz is looking to defend his Wimbledon men’s singles title on Sunday when he takes on seven-time champion Novak Djokovic. Both players have won a grand slam each since that unforgettable final and are now one win away from increasing their tallies. How to watchThe final is set to begin at 9 a.m. E.T on Sunday, July 14, on Wimbledon’s iconic Centre Court. Alcaraz serves against Medvedev in the semifinal match on Friday. Alcaraz bravely joked with the crowd after his semifinal that “Sunday is going to be a good day for Spanish people.”
Persons: Carlos Alcaraz, Novak Djokovic, Alcaraz, Djokovic, Margaret Court, E.T, Alex de Minaur, Jacob Fearnley, Alex Popyrin, Lorenzo Musetti, John Walton, Garros, Francisco Cerúndolo, Roger Federer’s, , ” Djokovic, “ He’s, ” Alcaraz, Alexander Zverev, Mark Lajal, Aleksandar Vukic, Francis Tiafoe, Ugo Humbert, Tommy Paul, Daniil Medvedev, Clive Brunskill, , “ Daniil, I’ve Organizations: CNN, Wimbledon, Court, ESPN, Roland, BBC, Alcaraz, Medvedev, Cincinnati Masters, ATP, Garros, national football team Locations: SW19, Alcaraz’s, Spain, England
Boeing agreed to plead guilty to a charge that it defrauded the Federal Aviation Administration, hiding crucial information about a design flaw on the 737 Max during its original certification process. Boeing attorneys had it as part of their mission to make sure that its executives did not face any criminal charges, Lindquist said. A Boeing spokesman said the company had no comment about the anticipated guilty plea or the case beyond a brief statement confirming the agreement. Another way to make executives payEven if there are no criminal charges brought against executives, they can face significant penalties, Arlen said. Why Boeing will keep its government contractsThe most serious penalty that Boeing could face is by far the least likely – it could be barred from federal government contracts due to its guilty plea.
Persons: Critics, , Peter Goeltz, Goeltz, “ I’m, Moody’s, Paul Cassell, Jemal Countess, , Mark Lindquist, Lindquist, FAA ”, Mark Forkner, ” Lindquist, there’s, that’s, Arlen, Dave Calhoun, Dennis Muilenburg, Calhoun, Max, Patrick Ryder, Robert Clifford, – CNN’s Natasha Bertrand Organizations: New, New York CNN, Boeing, Federal Aviation Administration, National Transportation Safety Board, CNN, , Alaska Airlines, Justice Department, FAA, Volkswagen, University of Utah, Ethiopian Airlines, Max, Alaska Air, DOJ, , Department of Defense, Pentagon, Air Force, Department of Justice, they’re Boeing Locations: New York, Alaska, Indonesia
2024 Quality of Life Score: 119 out of 325 Points (Top States Grade: D-) Strengths: Crime, Voting Rights, Worker Protections Weaknesses: Air Quality, Reproductive Rights, Health Care9. 2024 Quality of Life Score: 98 out of 325 points (Top States Grade: F) Strength: Air Quality Weaknesses: Voting Rights, Crime, Reproductive Rights6. 2024 Quality of Life Score: 96 out of 325 points (Top States Grade: F) Strengths: Child Care, Air Quality Weaknesses: Crime, Inclusiveness, Health Care5. 2024 Quality of Life Score: 85 out of 325 points (Top States Grade: F) Strength: Air Quality Weaknesses: Reproductive Rights, Health, Worker Protections, Voting Rights3. 2024 Quality of Life Score: 83 out of 325 points (Top States Grade: F) Strength: Child Care Weaknesses: Voting Rights, Inclusiveness, Worker Protections2.
Persons: CNBC's, Rebecca Noble, Katie Hobbs, Kansas Thomas Barwick, Bacchus, Chandan Khanna, Wesley Bell, Michael B, Thomas, Michael Pomante, Bill Lee's, Seth Herald, Bill Lee, Oklahoma Dr, Franz Theard, Paul Ratje, Dobbs, Oklahomans, Elijah Nouvelage, Darwin Varela, Brandon Bell Organizations: Business, Arizona, Abortion, Arizona House Republicans, American Lung Association, American Hospital Association, Democratic, Health, Kansas, Digitalvision, Getty, FBI, Louisiana Police, AFP, United Health Foundation, Louisiana Department of Education, Louis County Board, United Democracy Center ., Tennessee Educators, The Tennessee Bureau, Investigation, Volunteer State, Rights, Republican Gov, Care, National Conference of State Legislatures, Reproductive Clinic, Washington, Washington Post, Guttmacher, Sooner State, Alabama Voters, Alabama, Center, Election Innovation, Research, Oxfam America, State, Indiana, Getty Images Indiana, Hoosier State, Reproductive, Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center Locations: States, Arizona, Phoenix , Arizona, Sunflower, America . Kansas, Kansas, New Orleans, Pelican, Louisiana, Missouri, Louis, Louis County, St, Ann , Missouri, United Democracy Center . Missouri, Tennessee, Nashville, Nashville , Tennessee, Seth, Arkansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Santa Teresa , New Mexico, Oxford , Alabama, Delaware , Mississippi, New Hampshire, Alabama, Hoosier, Indiana, Eagle Pass , Texas
In this 2014 photo, Israeli soldiers in the Netzah Yehuda battalion are seen taking part in training in the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights, near the Syrian border. While he was in Netzah Yehuda, he said, the battalion’s commanders played a key role in perpetuating a culture of violence, both by standing by as it happened and promoting it. The findings by the expert panel would have been enough to disqualify a military unit from any other country, the officials said. Lt. Col. Nitai Okashi oversaw the Netzah Yehuda battalion from 2018 to 2020. Lt. Col. Uri Levy was in charge of Netzah Yehuda from 2014 to 2016.
Persons: Yehuda, Menahem Kahana, Benjamin Netanyahu, Antony Blinken, Mike Johnson, Israel “, Blinken, Netzah Yehuda, , ” Charles Blaha, they’re, , , Biden, Israel, Netzah, Ahmad Jamil Fahd, Sanad, Shin Bet, Gil Cohen, Josh Paul, Paul, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, Amanpour, ” Paul, Eyad Baba, Joe Biden, Leahy, Sen, Patrick Leahy, Charles Blaha, Blaha, Omar Assad, Assad, Netzah Yehuda –, Mati Shevach, Nasser Nasser, ” Blaha, Shevach, Nitai Okashi, Okashi, Der Spiegel,  , Uri Levy, Levy, Johnson, don’t, ” Netzah Yehuda, Col, Shlomo Shiran, Katie Polglase, Benjamin Brown, Barbara Arvanitidis, Alex Platt, Mark Baron, Augusta Anthony, Alberto Mier, Toby Hancock, Gianluca Mezzofiore, Laura Smith, Eliza Mackintosh, Dan Wright, Matt Wells Ami Kaufman, Jennifer Hansler Organizations: CNN, West Bank, Israel Defense Forces, US State Department, State Department, Getty, IDF, State Department’s Office, Security, Human Rights CNN, Congress, Department, Israel Border Police, Internal Security Forces, ” CNN, Israeli Air Force Base, Magen, State, Human, Kfir Brigade, AP, Netzah, Urban Warfare Training Center, CBS, Battalion, Kfir Infantry Brigade, West Bank ., Jerusalem Brigade, Britain’s Guardian, Okashi, Israeli, Augusta Anthony Visual Locations: Israeli, United States, Gaza, Golan, Syrian, AFP, Palestinian, Israel, Ramallah, Rahat, Jerusalem, Jiljilya, Col, West Bank, Jiljiliya, Beit Hanoun
CNN —Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the iconic sex therapist whose cheerful and disarming advice helped educate millions of Americans about sexual desires and practices, has died, her publicist Pierre Lehu told CNN on Saturday. Dr. Ruth Westheimer poses for a portrait in Pasadena, California, in January 2016. Becoming Dr. Ruth Westheimer speaks during an American Society of Newspaper Editors convention in April 1986. Bob D'Amico/ABC/Getty Images Westheimer on the set of "Quantum Leap" with actor Dean Stockwell and director Stuart Margolin in 1993. Ron Galella Collection/WireImage/Getty Images Westheimer rides on the back of a motorcycle during New York's Salute to Israel Parade in May 1996.
Persons: Ruth Westheimer, Pierre Lehu, grandmotherly Westheimer, Dr, Ruth ” –, , Lehu, Maarten de Boer, Westheimer, Ruth, Stewart, AP Westheimer, Cyndi Lauper, Nancy Kaye, Ron Galella, Bob D'Amico, Dean Stockwell, Stuart Margolin, Alice S, David Karp, Bill Clinton, King Mohammed VI of, Susan Walsh, Keith Bedford, Sir Paul McCartney, McCartney, Bob Child, Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Chip Somodevilla, Andy Kropa, John Lamparski, Michael Kovac, Gabby Jones, , Ruth Show, ” Westheimer, Columbia University . Westheimer, Love Organizations: CNN, Haganah, Zionist, Israel Defense Forces, American Society of Newspaper, ABC, Getty, Israel Parade, White House, Westheimer, Yale, Communications, Broadway, of Fame, Gotham, New York, New York Times, Lifetime, Teachers College, Columbia University ., Museum of Jewish Heritage Locations: Pasadena , California, Switzerland, Jerusalem, New York, Beverly Hills , California, Los Angeles, King Mohammed VI of Morocco, New Haven , Connecticut, Washington ,, New, Germany, Paris, New York City
Experts hold drastically different views, creating a new hot-button topic that will continue to be debated up until the election in November. The camp staunchly opposed to Trump's policiesThe base argument against Trump's fiscal platform is that tariffs are, by nature, inflationary. AdvertisementIn a recent op-ed for the Financial Times, he cited the "benign" impact Trump's first-term tariffs had on the US economy. Looking ahead to a new term, Yardeni thinks Trump's most extreme pursuits will likely be watered down by Congress. AdvertisementRepublican donor Kyle Bass — who serves as the chief investment officer of Hayman Capital Management — has taken a different tact in his support of Trump's fiscal agenda.
Persons: , Donald Trump, Trump's, Trump, he's, David Kelly, Larry Summers, Paul Krugman, Goldman Sachs, Ed Yardeni, Yardeni, Steve Eisman, Kyle Bass —, Hayman Capital Management —, Joseph Stiglitz, Biden Organizations: Service, Donald Trump White House, Business, Trump, House Republicans, Foundation, New York Times, Peterson Institute, Yardeni Research, Financial Times, Congress, CNBC, Hayman Capital Management, Oxford Economics Locations: China, It's
REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Purchase Licensing Rights New Tab , opens new tabJuly 13 (Reuters) - OpenAI whistleblowers have filed a complaint with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, calling for an investigation over the artificial intelligence company's allegedly restrictive non-disclosure agreements, according to a letter seen by Reuters. The AI company allegedly made employees sign agreements that required them to waive their federal rights to whistleblower compensation, according to the letter. The whistleblowers requested the SEC to fine OpenAI for each improper agreement made to the extent the agency deemed appropriate. The whistleblowers alleged that OpenAI issued overly restrictive employment, severance and non-disclosure agreements to its employees, which could have led to penalties against workers who raised concerns about OpenAI to federal authorities. The letter also asked the SEC to require OpenAI to produce every contract that contained a non-disclosure agreement, including employment agreements, severance agreements and investor agreements for inspection.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Sen, Chuck Grassley, OpenAI, Grassley, Sam Altman, Chandni Shah, Jonathan Landay, Franklin Paul, Diane Craft Organizations: REUTERS, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission, Reuters, SEC, Washington Post, Security, Thomson Locations: Bengaluru, Washington
Follow live coverage as Barbora Krejcikova and Jasmine Paolini face off in the women’s final at Wimbledon todayWIMBLEDON — Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz are at opposite ends of their careers. Alcaraz beat Djokovic in last year’s final in five sets (Charlotte Wilson/Offside via Getty Images)Alcaraz won the French Open five weeks ago. On June 5, 25 days before the start of the tournament, Djokovic had surgery on a torn medial meniscus in his right knee. He beat Francisco Cerundolo, a clay court standout going through the same transition, then lost handily to Jack Draper of Britain. (A few days of celebrating his maiden French Open title in Ibiza might have had something to do with it.)
Persons: Krejcikova, Jasmine Paolini, WIMBLEDON — Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz, Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev, Lorenzo Musetti, Djokovic, Charlotte Wilson, , Roland Garros, Rod Laver, Bjorn Borg, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Margaret Court, Evonne Goolagong, Billie Jean King, Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova, Serena Williams, Steffi Graf, Emmanuel Dunand, I’m, Medvedev, , shouldn’t, , Ben Stansall, ” Medvedev, ” Dominic Thiem, Federer, Nadal, Francisco Cerundolo, Jack Draper of, Andrej Isakovic, Tommy Paul, ” Paul, ” Djokovic, “ He’s, didn’t, Tara, Musetti, Julian Finney, Alex de Minaur Organizations: Wimbledon, WIMBLEDON, Court, Getty, Djokovic, Games, Athletic, Queen’s Club, All England, Serbian, All England Club Locations: Wimbledon, AFP, London, Ibiza, Queen’s, Spain
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailDeflationary forces present in almost every sector in U.S., says UBS Global Wealth's Paul DonovanPaul Donovan, chief economist at UBS Global Wealth Management, and Jared Woodard, head of research committee at Bank of America Securities, join CNBC's 'The Exchange' to discuss deflation, macro outlooks, and more.
Persons: UBS Global Wealth's Paul Donovan Paul Donovan, Jared Woodard, CNBC's Organizations: UBS Global, UBS Global Wealth Management, Bank of America Securities Locations: U.S
Up to $9 trillion is expected to be passed along to spouses and partners in the coming years as part of what's being called "the horizontal wealth transfer," according to a new report. Yet because surviving spouses and partners typically get the initial inheritances, and because women typically outlive men, bequests in the coming years will largely go to women, according to the UBS Global Wealth Report. UBS calls it the "horizontal wealth transfer," since the wealth is moving intra-generationally rather than intergenerationally. "Most people have a rather feudal idea of wealth going down through generations," said Paul Donovan, chief economist of UBS Global Wealth Management. According to the report, the largest horizontal wealth transfers will be in the Americas.
Persons: Paul Donovan Organizations: UBS Global Wealth, UBS, UBS Global Wealth Management Locations: what's, Americas
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