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Mason Mount reveals what Thomas Tuchel told him before dropping him against Wolves

Mount has been a key figure under Tuchel (Picture: Getty)Mason Mount has revealed his conversations with Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel after initially being dropped from the Chelsea coach by the German. Mount has been one of Chelsea’s best performers this season, thriving under the new Blues boss having played an integral role in the side under previous boss Frank Lampard. The England international was dropped from the starting XI for Tuchel’s first game in charge at Stamford Bridge however as the former PSG boss tweaked his system at home to Wolves. ‘It’s very difficult. You know what I’m like, I want to play every single game,’ Mount told the Daily Mail. ‘But, with the new manager coming in, I understood that he went for experience [against Wolves]. We had a chat and I und

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Business

Fatal accident on I-295

One person is dead and four others are in the hospital after a single-vehicle accident Sunday morning. According to Florida Highway Patrol, a Kia Sportage was driving south on Interstate-295 just before Lem Turner when it went off the road hitting several trees. The 22-year-old driver died from his injuries. Four others were taken to UF Health with serious injuries. FHP says the driver was not wearing a seatbelt, but it is unknown if the three 19-year-olds and one 20-year-old were wearing one. The crash remains under investigation with charges pending. ...read more Source:: Headlines News4jax...

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Joe Wicks takes ice bath to the extreme as he submerges himself in 170kg of ice: ‘It burns the skin’

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Joe Wicks has taken his ice baths to the absolute extreme in his latest challenge. The fitness guru, 34, has decked out his garden with equipment to incorporate ice baths into his recovery, after being left impressed by both the physical and mental health benefits they can have. He started out small (we’d still rather him, than us) by submerging himself in 20kg of ice and slowly increased the amount of ice to 50kg and building up his time spent in the freezing water to a personal best of six minutes. Wanting to amp things up, however, Joe decided to triple the amount of ice used in his weekly recovery process and ordered 120kg of ice to

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Passing down a business? Here’s how to keep it fair for heirs

Some of our clients will tell you there was nothing more satisfying than to start and grow a successful business and see their children (and sometimes grandchildren) assume its management. In fact, multigenerational family businesses are the oldest and most common form of financial organization globally and include not just small mom and pop corner shops but also over 40% of public companies like Walmart and Samsung. We have also heard stories of family members who left the farm to “make it big” or had no interest in learning the family trade. Often, those who left had valid reasons and were successful — not at all like in the parable of the prodigal son. What should you do if not all of your kids are on board to run the family business? To continue to be successful, you must sometimes pri

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The number of public listings by zero-revenue companies valued above $1 billion currently exceeds the dot-com era (CCIV)

Summary List PlacementThe number of public listings by companies without revenues valued above $1 billion has exceeded what was seen in the dot-com era, according to data from the Wall Street Journal. In 2021, 16 companies either have or are expected to go public with a valuation of over $1 billion despite having zero revenues. That's more than double the number in 1999, three more than in 2001, and two more than in the year 2000, during the height of the dot-com bubble. The rise in public companies with zero revenues of late is an illustration of a boom in special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs.  Over 90% of zero revenue companies that plan to go public with over a $1 billion valuation in 2021 thus far intend on using a SPAC to do so. A SPAC is a "blank check firm" that exists...

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Entertainment

Rachel Lindsay Deletes Instagram Because Some People Suck

Rachel Lindsay has left social media. The former Bachelorette -- who has played a prominent role in the ongoing franchise scandal centered around suitor Rachael Kirkconnell, host Chris Harrison and the topic of race -- deleted her Instagram entirely late last week. We learned this from Van Latham, Lindsay's partner on the podcast Higher Learning. Said Lathan in a video shared on his Instagram account Friday: She did it because that's how much hate she's getting from Bachelor fans who are spamming her with all kinds of rude and hateful things to say." Lathan continued to defend Lindsay from the backlash, saying: "Y'all have got to get a f— life. Seriously." Several weeks ago, Lindsay conducted an interview with Harrison in which the latter withheld judgment on Kirkc...

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U.S. is ‘gravely concerned’ by reports of abuses in Ethiopia

The U.S. is “gravely concerned by reported atrocities and the overall deteriorating situation” in Ethiopia's Tigray region, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in the toughest statement yet from the U.S. on Ethiopia's ongoing conflict. Accounts of atrocities by Ethiopian forces against residents of the country's northwestern region of Tigray were detailed in reports by The Associated Press and by Amnesty International. Ethiopia’s central government and regional officials in Tigray both believe that each other’s governments are illegitimate after the pandemic disrupted elections. “We strongly condemn the killings, forced removals and displacements, sexual assaults, and other extremely serious human rights violations and abuses by several parties that multiple organizations have repor...

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Pope prays for liberation of 317 kidnapped Nigerian students

Pope Francis on Sunday decried the kidnapping of 317 students from their boarding school in northwest Nigeria and prayed for the girls' quick release. Addressing the public in St. Peter’s Square, Francis said he was adding his voice to others including Nigeria’s bishop in condemning what he described as “the vile abduction” of the girls. Police on Friday in Nigeria said gunmen had abducted the students from their boarding school. Several large groups of armed men operate in the area and are known to kidnap for ransom money and the release of their jailed cohorts. “I pray for these girls, so that they may return home soon,'' the pope said. ”I am close to their families and to them,'' Francis said, asking people to join him in prayer. A resident of the area said the gunmen also attacked a...

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THE STATE OF VIRTUAL CARE IN THE US: The coronavirus is pushing telehealth into the mainstream — here’s how traditional healthcare players are using it to retain business now and where the market is headed

Summary List Placement This is a preview of the Business Insider Intelligence The State of Virtual Care in the US premium research report. Purchase this report here. Business Insider Intelligence offers even more healthcare coverage with our Digital Health Briefing. Subscribe today to receive industry-changing health news and analysis to your inbox. The coronavirus pandemic has been a watershed moment for telehealth — or the use of mobile technology to deliver health-related services, such as remote doctor consultations and patient monitoring — as patients have had to reimagine the ways they seek healthcare. While telehealth has been on the brink of taking off for years, consumer usage of the tech ticked up slowly before 2020. The coronavirus pandemic has given consumers the push they...

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3 ‘transcendent’ figures in commercial real estate

Last Wednesday I agreed to an early meeting, in person, no less. On the drive back, I tuned into my favorite radio talk station, KABC 790. It was there I sadly learned of Rush Limbaugh’s passing. I must admit, rarely did I listen. As a matter of fact, I can’t recall the last time. But, his brand saved AM radio and created a whole genre of content – conservative talk. Many of the stalwarts in the industry today have Limbaugh to thank – including the two gents – Armstrong and Getty – to whom I was listening. Limbaugh transcended his craft. Meaning? Everyone knew him, even if you weren’t a fan. Michael Jordan, Arnold Palmer, Muhammad Ali, Vince Lombardi, Oprah Winfrey, Billy Graham and Stephen Spielberg all shared a similar impact on their professions. Even if you never watched golf or consum

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Martin Keown claims Willian is in ‘mourning’ after leaving Chelsea for Arsenal

Willian signed a three-year deal at Arsenal (Photo by RUI VIEIRA/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)Arsenal legend Martin Keown has urged Willian to get over his exit from Chelsea after questioning whether the Brazilian was in ‘mourning’ after his departure from Stamford Bridge. The 32-year-old joined the Gunners on a free transfer from Chelsea last summer, having spent seven years in west London. Willian was handed a three-year deal at the Emirates but he’s struggled to settle at the club and is yet to open his account with the Gunners. The former Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder raised eyebrows earlier this week when he revealed he wanted to stay at Chelsea and left the club with a heavy heart. Willian is yet to score for Arsenal. (Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images...

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Supreme Court could put new limits on voting rights lawsuits

Eight years after carving the heart out of a landmark voting rights law, the Supreme Court is looking at putting new limits on efforts to combat racial discrimination in voting. The justices are taking up a case about Arizona restrictions on ballot collection and another policy that penalizes voters who cast ballots in the wrong precinct. The high court's consideration comes as Republican officials in the state and around the country have proposed more than 150 measures, following last year’s elections, to restrict voting access that civil rights groups say would disproportionately affect Black and Hispanic voters. A broad Supreme Court ruling would make it harder to fight those efforts in court. Arguments are set for Tuesday via telephone, because of the coronavirus pandemic. “It would b

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Supreme Court could put new limits on voting rights lawsuits

Eight years after carving the heart out of a landmark voting rights law, the Supreme Court is looking at putting new limits on efforts to combat racial discrimination in voting. The justices are taking up a case about Arizona restrictions on ballot collection and another policy that penalizes voters who cast ballots in the wrong precinct. The high court's consideration comes as Republican officials in the state and around the country have proposed more than 150 measures, following last year’s elections, to restrict voting access that civil rights groups say would disproportionately affect Black and Hispanic voters. A broad Supreme Court ruling would make it harder to fight those efforts in court. Arguments are set for Tuesday via telephone, because of the coronavirus pandemic. “It would b

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Woman spends £1,000 to marry herself after breaking up with boyfriend

Well, why not marry yourself? (Picture: MDWFeatures / Geof Krum)A woman married herself in a ceremony which cost £1,000 after breaking up with her boyfriend. Life and business coach Meg Taylor Morrison from Atlanta, Georgia, had always wanted to get married on Halloween 2020. However, after an amicable breakup in June of 2020, the 35-year-old realized her dream wedding might need to evolve into something different. Having heard of other people conducting self-marriage ceremonies, Meg decided that she didn’t need anyone else to go ahead with the wedding. Meg meticulously planned her special day for months, ordering a custom-made wedding cake, choosing the perfect dress and of course, picking out a diamond ring. She admits that she wasn’t always completely comfortable plannin

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Graeme Souness slams ‘weak’ Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta over Frank Lampard criticism

Graeme Souness and former Chelsea manager Frank Lampard (Pictures: Getty / Sky Sports)Graeme Souness has slammed ‘weak’ Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta after he claimed ‘everything had improved’ after Thomas Tuchel replaced Frank Lampard at Stamford Bridge. Lampard was sacked as Blues boss last month, with former Borussia Dortmund and PSG manager Tuchel named as his replacement. Chelsea have enjoyed a revival under Tuchel, winning six of their last eight matches and beating Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their last-16 Champions League tie last week. Ahead of Chelsea’s clash with Atletico, Blues captain Azpilicueta said: ‘Six weeks ago we weren’t at our best. Now with Tuchel everything has improved. ‘The team has better feelings. Although the Premier has nothing to do w...

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