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Andrea Pirlo replaces Maurizio Sarri as Juventus manager

Juventus have appointed Andrea Pirlo as coach just hours after Maurizio Sarri was sacked after the Champions League elimination against Lyon, the club announced on Saturday. The 41-year-old Pirlo was a legendary player for the club – as well as AC Milan and Italy – throughout his career. In 2006 he won numerous championship titles, the Champions League and a …

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Apple replaces the long-time marketing director Phil Schiller

Phil Schiller, senior vice president of global marketing for Apple Inc., speaks at an Apple event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park, Cupertino, California on September 12, 2018. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images Apple announced on Tuesday that longtime marketing director Phil Schiller will step down from his role and be replaced by one of his deputies, Greg …

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Tayshia Adams replaces Clare Crawley on the Bachelorette after finding love early: Sources

As if a quarantine season of The Bachelorette wasn’t interesting enough, there’s a brand new lead actress handing out roses. Clare Crawley is replaced by Bachelor in paradise alum Tayshia AdamsSeveral sources say E! News. “The producers have told her that the season will continue with Clare and her short-lived trip and that Clare will fall in love with one …

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The BLM sculpture replaces the overturned statue of the British slave trader

The sculpture of a Black Lives Matter protester has replaced the fallen statue of a 17th-century slave trader in England. The BLM protester Jen Reid’s model was sneaked onto the Bristol pedestal, where the 125-year-old statue of Edward Colston was until protesters dragged her down and dragged her to the nearby harbor on June 7, the BBC reported on Wednesday …

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Google Assistant presence detection replaces Home / Away

At a Smart Home Virtual Summit that is primarily aimed at developers, Google today summarized its latest work in this area and announced further tools. Another focus was on expanding the functions of Google Assistant routines through “presence detection” and other new functions. Last year, Google announced that the Works with Nest developer program would be discontinued in favor of …

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Microsoft cuts dozens of MSN news production workers and replaces them with artificial intelligence

By Seattle Times reporter Microsoft will not renew contracts for dozens of news production companies that work at MSN, and plans to use artificial intelligence to replace them. Several people are close to the situation confirmed on Friday. The approximately 50 employees who were contracted through the personnel agencies Aquent, IFG and MAQ Consulting were informed on Wednesday that their …

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Burundi replaces 15-year-old president, pandemic or no

NAIROBI, Kenya – The election campaign as the successor to Burundi’s long-standing president was marked by arrests and suspected murders of political opponents, as well as rallies in crowded stadiums where the leaders had downplayed the corona virus threat. On Wednesday, Burundi citizens will elect a successor to President Pierre Nkurunziza, a former rebel leader who has ruled the country …

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Trump replaces Watchdog, who has identified critical medical shortages

pictureChristi A. Grimm, deputy inspector general of the Ministry of Health and Human Services, published a report on the lack of hospital equipment.Recognition…U.S. Department of Health WASHINGTON – President Trump changed on Friday evening to replace a top official from the Department of Health and Human Services, who angered him last month with a report that highlighted supply shortages and …

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Land O ‘Lakes replaces the Native American women’s logo

After nearly 100 years, the Minnesota-based dairy has removed the Indian woman kneeling against a background of green pines and a blue lake from her products. New products include the lake and trees with the words “Land O Lakes, 1921” printed in bold. The change was made in February and has hardly been announced until this week. It is because …

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