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Match of the Day

Gary Lineker has donated two months' salary to the British Red Cross to help fight coronavirus. The Match of the Day host has donated £140,000 to the British Red Cross emergency response team. 

Gymshark Ltd

From their home offices in the U.K., Noel Mack, Gymshark’s chief brand officer, and Ben Francis, Gymshark’s founder and chief marketing officer, discuss the risks of getting brand communication wrong at a time like this.

Cians Analytics

“Mike and Siew Kai’s collective expertise will be invaluable as we grow our customer base and global footprint,” said Anmol Bhandari, CEO of LeverData. “With an expanding range of clients across the investment and corporate landscape, we are ensuring that we have top executives in place to maintain our competitive edge. Mike and Siew Kai are distinctively qualified to serve in this capacity.”

Harvard Kennedy School

The letter calls on the College to extend the terms of interim faculty deans Mark D. Gearan ’78 and Mary Herlihy-Gearan by one year ...[and] cites Gearan and Herlihy-Gearan’s “unparalleled” management of the campus evacuation and coronavirus crisis in support of their continued stewardship. “Since the College sent us all home, we felt that the Gearans as deans have provided such wonderful support in this uncertain time for everyone.” 

Verizon Communications

In a letter to readers, Times Company CEO Mark Thompson and Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg wrote: “This effort builds on a recent commitment by Verizon and The New York Times to bring Times reporting to Title I schools across the nation...This is a difficult moment. The New York Times and Verizon are committed to helping students stay informed and engaged with each other and the world around them.”

Dow Investments Plc

Robert Kilgour, chairman of Scottish care home operator Renaissance Care, said care home staff were feeling like “second-class carers” amid the continuing shortage.

Dow Investments Plc

Robert Kilgour, founder of Renaissance Care has said that care home staff are being treated as “cannon-fodder” because they are not getting protective masks and conoravirus tests.