Former Guardian CEO David Pemsel was set to become the incoming CEO of England's Premier League. The Premier League is the top level of the English football league system. But according to Business Insider, Pemsel has now stepped down. The move came after leaked texts show the married 51-year-old repeatedly pressuring an uninterested young, female coworker. Texts Pemsel sent a "twentysomething" at the publication surfaced in the UK newspaper The Sun. The Sun has since taken down the article, but the texts are still published on the right-wing blog Guido Fawkes.
A 2019 full of satisfaction for the Abarth 124 rally that honored the 70th anniversary of the brand with many victories. Firstly, it won the FIA R-GT cup for the second consecutive year, with Italian Enrico Brazzoli, then it topped the podium again for the second year running, in the Two-Wheel Drive and GT Trophies of the Spanish Asphalt Rally Championship with Alberto Monarri. And it made Italian Andrea Nucita Champion of the Abarth Rally Cup in the ERC European Championship.
Former world champion boxer Floyd Mayweather announced he is "coming out of retirement in 2020." According to CNN, the 42-year-old made the announcement on his Instagram account. Mayweather also revealed he is working with UFC boss Dana White to "bring the world another spectacular event". Mayweather, who was undefeated in his career with a record of 50-0, is considered one of boxing's all-time greats. He came out of retirement in 2017 for his last professional boxing fight against UFC star Conor McGregor. Mayweather last appeared in the ring during an exhibition match against Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa. Mayweather earned a reported $9 million for beating the Japanese fighter.
A person with knowledge of the negotiations tells The Associated Press that former AL Cy Young Award winner Rick Porcello and the New York Mets have a agreed to a $10 million, one-year contract, Porcello is a right-hander who turns 31 this month
How much does it cost to go ice skating in France's most festive village? And to buy a handmade glass ornament in Switzerland or enjoy homemade pasta and white truffle in a small village in northern Italy? And what's more, is it possible to enjoy all these experiences thanks to fuel savings with a CNG car? The answer lies in an unprecedented challenge: four European countries, an Arona TGI and a 2,611 kilometre road trip.