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Former Intel boss Brian Krzanich to lead CDK Global

Former Intel boss Brian Krzanich to lead CDK Global

Technology
The former CEO of Intel is being named as the top executive at CDK Global, a company that provides technology to auto dealers. Brian Krzanich resigned from Intel in June after the company learned that he had carried on a consensual relationship with an employee. He had held the top job at the tech company for just over five years. He joined Intel Corp. in 1982 as an engineer. Companies have become more diligent about enforcing rules governing intercompany relationships in the #MeToo-era. Krzanich, 58, replaces Brian MacDonald at CDK Global, which has annual revenue of about $ 2 billion. Based outside of Chicago in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, CDK provides technology and marketing services to auto dealers in more than 100 countries. It serves about 30,000 retailers and most automotive manuf...
Former Japanese 'comfort woman' Ha Jeon-yeom dies at 97

Former Japanese 'comfort woman' Ha Jeon-yeom dies at 97

World
SEOUL, Oct. 26 (UPI) -- A 97-year-old woman, a victim of Japanese wartime military sexual slavery, died of old age on Friday. The death of Ha Jeon-yeom leaves the total number of surviving victims of Japanese military sexual slavery during World War II -- euphemistically called "comfort women" -- at 27, down from a total of 240 victims officially registered, according to Yonhap News. Ha was forced to serve in Japanese military brothels in several places in Asia where Japanese troops fought, including Taiwan; Hainan Island and Guangdong, China; Hong Kong; and Sumatra, Indonesia, according to House of Sharing, a shelter for sexual slavery victims. Ha returned to South Korea in 1946, a year after the war ended and had lived in Seoul. She stayed at the shelter for later years of her life. Su...
Facebook hires former deputy PM Sir Nick Clegg

Facebook hires former deputy PM Sir Nick Clegg

Technology
Facebook has hired former deputy prime minister Sir Nick Clegg as head of its global affairs and communications team.The 51-year-old politician was leader of the Liberal Democrats and formed a coalition government with David Cameron and the Conservatives in 2010.Facebook has faced intense scrutiny and the threat of government regulation following the Cambridge Analytica data scandal and alleged election meddling.Several prominent executives have left the company in the last year.Amol Rajan: Why Sir Nick Clegg is joining FacebookSir Nick's new job title will be vice-president of global affairs and communications at Facebook.He will start work on Monday and will spend a week at the company's Menlo Park headquarters, before moving to California with his fami...
John Terry backed to be a success at Aston Villa by former Chelsea teammate Frank Lampard

John Terry backed to be a success at Aston Villa by former Chelsea teammate Frank Lampard

Sports
'ALWAYS A LEADER' The former England captain has been linked with a return to Villa Park in a coaching capacity Frank Lampard has backed former Chelsea teammate John Terry to make it as a coach and a manager, if that happens to be his next move. Terry confirmed he would retire at the age of 37 having won five Premier League titles, five FA Cups, three League Cups, a Champions League and a Europa League. Lampard has backed his former teammate to be a managerial success 40-year-old Lampard spent his prime years as vice-captain to Terry at Stamford Bridge and alongside him in the England team, and it is understood that the Derby manager could soon be coming up against his long-term teammate in a Championship dugout. Terry is in content...
‘Manchester City are still playing catch-up on Manchester United – you can’t forget history’, says former Blues goalkeeper David Seaman

‘Manchester City are still playing catch-up on Manchester United – you can’t forget history’, says former Blues goalkeeper David Seaman

Sports
SEAMAN SAYS Seaman responds to Paul Dickov’s claim on talkSPORT that City are now a bigger club than United due to their recent success David Seaman says Manchester is blue on pitch right now, but it will take some time for Manchester City to overtake Manchester United as the bigger club. David Seaman was co-host on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast The former goalkeeper was responding to claims made by Paul Dickov, the ex-striker who said City are now a bigger club than their red rivals due to their recent trophy success. Manchester United have not won the Premier League title in five years since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement. City, meanwhile, have gone from strength to strength under manager Pep Guardiola and smash...