Paul Casey ties for second with Dustin Johnson behind Collin Morikawa in PGA Championship. "I'm very, very happy with how I played, I had a great attitude and stayed very calm and stayed in the present. But it wasn't enough," said Casey. "The glorious shots Collin hit like on 16 to make eagle, you have to tip your cap."
In the least shocking news of the week, Bryson DeChambeau plans to be very aggressive at the PGA Championship in San Francisco. One more thing that won’t come as a shock would be seeing Bryson DeChambeau holding the Wanamaker Trophy come Sunday evening.
June Felix, CEO of IG Group, is mentioned in The Telegraph regarding the revival of the FTSE 100 company and said "You've had quantitative easing, oil going negative. You know, I'm really proud of the fact that we were one of the few platforms that could price and trade when oil went negative. It's been a series of tremors and shocks."
“These are the moments where you differentiate yourself and where you get to see what people are made of,” Scott Rechler said of RXR Realty’s experience through COVID-19. Scott moved up two spots into the #2 position in this year's list of The Power 100 put together by Commercial Observer.
...to under-the-radar data chiefs. President of GAM Systematic Cantab, Ewan Kirk is mentioned and recognised in Business Insider as a quant power player helping to guide the future of the hedge fund industry.
Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill is to join a nine-year-old boy with cerebral palsy and autism at the final stage of his second marathon.