England plans for World Cup and Ashes in chaos as assistant Farbrace quits

The England assistant-coach has accepted the job of sporting director at Warwickshire. It is the role Ashley Giles left last month to become England team supremo in succession to Andrew Strauss. It is a major blow to England and especially head coach Trevor Bayliss, with whom Farbrace previously worked with Sri Lanka and has a close relationship. Farbrace was initial […]

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Wreck of World War Two aircraft carrier USS Hornet found three miles deep at the bottom of the Pacific after 76 years

The warship was the last American fleet carrier to be sunk by enemy fire when it came under attack from a fierce air bombing attack during the Battle of the Santa Cruz islands on October 26, 1942. A total of 140 lives on board were lost out of a crew of 2,200. The aircraft carrier was initially targeted by Japanese […]

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You're hired! Thai startup fills gap in tech talent recruiting

BANGKOK (Reuters) – When app developer Sattha Puangput was looking to move from a startup to a new role, he updated his profile on GetLinks, a website that pairs technology professionals with companies looking to beef up their tech teams. Within days, he says, he was called to several interviews and eventually accepted an offer with hypermarket chain Tesco Lotus […]

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2019 Pegasus World Cup odds, predictions: Expert who nailed Gun Runner’s win makes top picks

The 2019 Pegasus World Cup isn’t just the richest horse race in North America. For Accelerate and City of Light, Saturday will be their last race, as they’ll be retired after the 5:40 p.m. ET post time. Not coincidentally, they’re the two 2019 Pegasus World Cup favorites in a highly-competitive field. Accelerate, trained by John Sadler, is the morning line […]

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