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Soccer-Nike says ended Neymar deal after non-cooperation in sexual-assault probe

May 28 2021

SAO PAULO (Reuters) -Nike Inc said on Thursday it ended its partnership with Brazilian soccer star Neymar last year because he refused to cooperate in an investigation into sexual assault allegations leveled against him by a Nike employee.

Soccer-Nike says ended Neymar deal after non-cooperation in sexual-assault probe

May 28 2021

SAO PAULO, May 27 Nike Inc said on Thursday it ended its partnership with Brazilian soccer star Neymar last year because he refused to cooperate in an investigation into sexual assault allegations leveled against him by a Nike employee.

Fitch cuts India's sovereign rating outlook to 'negative'

Jun 18 2020

, MUMBAI/BENGALURU Fitch cut its outlook on India's sovereign rating to "negative" from "stable" on Thursday and forecast a 5% contraction in growth for the current fiscal year, saying the coronavirus outbreak was extracting a heavy toll on the economy.

UPDATE 1-Fitch cuts India's sovereign rating outlook to 'negative'

Jun 18 2020

June 18, MUMBAI/BENGALURU Fitch cut its outlook on India's sovereign rating to "negative" from "stable" on Thursday and forecast a 5% contraction in growth for the current fiscal year, saying the coronavirus outbreak was extracting a heavy toll on the economy.

NYPD rules out criminality by Shake Shack after officers fall ill

Jun 16 2020

New York's police department said on Tuesday it found no criminal behavior by staff of burger chain Shake Shack, after three officers complained of feeling ill and their union said their shakes may have been spiked with bleach.

U.S. network pulls live police documentary show amid protests against racism

Jun 11 2020

U.S. TV network A&E has canceled a live documentary show on police officers in action, the latest media company to reassess their content amid widespread protests against law enforcement brutality on people of color in the country.

Bon Appetit editor Adam Rapoport resigns after racially offensive photo resurfaces

Jun 09 2020

Bon Appetit's editor-in-chief, Adam Rapoport, resigned late Monday after a 16-year-old picture of him with brownface resurfaced online and drew harsh criticism, coupled with a subsequent claim of discriminatory pay at the Conde Nast-owned U.S. food magazine by a staff editor.

Nike, Under Armour join retailers shutting stores to limit virus spread

Mar 16 2020

Nike Inc, Lululemon Athletica Inc and Under Armour Inc on Sunday said they would close stores in the United States and other markets, joining a growing list of major retailers moving to help limit the spread of the coronavirus. | Video

Rise in government borrowing can squeeze corporate sector: RBI's Viral Acharya

Jul 23 2019

MUMBAI/BENGALURU An increase in government borrowing runs the risk of flooding the debt market, and puts upward pressure on interest rates, making it more expensive for companies to borrow, said outgoing Reserve Bank of India Deputy Governor Viral Acharya.

UPDATE 1-Rise in India govt borrowing can squeeze corporate sector -RBI's Acharya

Jul 23 2019

* Rise in govt borrowing making it costlier for cos to borrow

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