The 28-year-old, who has won 40 international caps with Italy, picked up the injury during training last week and missed PSG's 1-1 draw with Stade Rennes on Sunday. A combination of injuries and COVID-19 have restricted Verratti to just 31 appearances in all competitions this season. PSG, who were knocked out in the Champions League semi-finals by Manchester City, face the prospect of finishing the season without a major trophy.
A pandemic-driven boom in home appliance sales will last longer than previously anticipated and extend into the second half of the year, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's head of the business said. Lee Jae-seung, president of the South Korean company's digital appliances business, told Reuters in an interview that he had originally expected the boom to subside after the first quarter of this year. A buoyant demand outlook from one of the prominent global home appliances makers brings supply-chain issues to the fore, specifically a shortage of semiconductors that has hurt many industries, particularly the automobile sector.
Stocks fell Tuesday morning, with the Nasdaq adding to Monday's losses as technology stocks came under increasing selling pressure as inflation concerns rose.
Matt Damon is all for a Bennifer reunion.
Japan has extended a state of emergency in Tokyo and three other areas until the end of May as the country battles a surge in COVID-19 cases, raising new questions about whether the rescheduled July 23-Aug. 8 Games should go ahead. Nadal, who won a singles gold in Beijing 2008 and added a doubles title in Rio de Janeiro eight years later partnering Marc Lopez, said that he is yet to firm up his plans on travelling to Tokyo.
If you go to see just one movie this year, Zack Snyder’s “Army of the Dead” might be the ticket — not because it’s the best movie you’ll see in 2021 (or maybe even this week), but because it’s a stylishly grandiose, muscular but conventional popcorn pageant that’s got something for just about everyone. It’s […]
President Biden delivers remarks from the White House on the economy.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky and other health officials testify before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee about the response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Julia James was found dead near her home in Snowdon, Kent, last month.
On Tuesday, L Brands announced it would split Victoria’s Secret into two independent, publicly listed companies. Julie Hyman, Myles Udland, and Brian Sozzi explain the changes at the company.
Britain plans to introduce legislation to give greater legal protection to former soldiers who served during decades of sectarian conflict in Northern Ireland in the face of opposition from the Irish government and Northern Irish lawmakers. Prosecutions linked to the violence are increasingly unlikely to result in convictions, the government said in a briefing document issued alongside the Queen's Speech, which sets out the government's legislative agenda. The announcement was made on the day a judge-led inquiry in Northern Ireland found that British soldiers unjustifiably shot or used disproportionate force in the deaths of up to 10 innocent people in Belfast in 1971.
Rights organizations and reporters' groups urged Thai authorities on Tuesday not to repatriate three journalists who fled to Thailand from military-run Myanmar, saying they would face arrest and possible physical harm. The journalists work for the Democratic Voice of Burma, or DVB, an online and broadcast news agency, its executive director and chief editor, Aye Chan Naing, said Monday. Burma is the former name for Myanmar and is still used by some opponents of military rule.
New York’s Blue Note Jazz Club is back in a big way this summer, with Ron Carter, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Robert Glasper, Jacob Collier, Eddie Palmieri, John Scofield and Al Di Meola among the musicians scheduled to perform at the Sony Presents Blue Note Jazz Festival, to be held this summer from June […]
With their nine-year reign in Serie A ended and club president Andrea Agnelli roundly criticised for his role in the aborted European Super League, Juventus now risk missing out on next season's Champions League.
On Tuesday, major tech companies continued to sell off following Monday’s losses. Julie Hyman, Brian Sozzi, and Myles Udland break down the factors contributing to the price action in big tech.
They're almost half off right now.
British police said on Tuesday they would carry out a search at a cafe in western England after finding evidence that the body of a suspected victim of Fred West, one of the country's most notorious serial killers, might be located there. West took his own life in 1995 after confessing to 12 murders while his wife Rosemary was convicted later that year of killing 10 girls and young women, with most of their victims chopped up and buried in their home in Gloucester which became known as "The House of Horrors". Fred West, a builder, was also linked to a 13th victim, teenage waitress Mary Bastholm who vanished in 1968, but her body has never been found.
Seth Rogen has finally caved in: He’s getting his own podcast. SiriusXM announced that Rogen, the Canadian comedian, actor, writer, producer, director, entrepreneur and philanthropist, will launch his first podcast with Stitcher, the podcast company the satellite radio company bought last year. Rogen’s podcast is expected to debut later in 2021. Stitcher described the weekly […]
The ad, appearing in three national newspapers on Tuesday (May 11) morning and paid for by a publisher known for taking stances on social and political issues, shows an illustration of the coronavirus overlaid on a black and white World War Two era photo of Japanese children training to fight with sticks."No vaccine, no medication. Are we supposed to fight with bamboo spears? If this continues, politics are going to kill us," the ad says, noting that the public has endured a year of restrictions while the virus has continued to spread.The full-page ad by magazine publisher Takarajimasha was a rare rebuke of the country's pandemic response by a private company. The Tokyo-based company said in a news release it was necessary to raise an alarm over the public's frustration with virus restrictions and the slow pace of vaccinations.
Andrew Slimmon, Morgan Stanley Investment Management Managing Director and Senior Portfolio Manager, joins Yahoo Finance Live to explain why it’s not too late for investors to buy value stocks as well as discuss the outlook for the stock market amid the pandemic.