Lionel Richie voices his concerns on streaming services

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Louisville City FC falls to rival FC Cincinnati in extra time in U.S. Open Cup

Louisville City FC lost on the road at rival FC Cincinnati on Wednesday night in the U.S. Open Cup fourth round, 2-1. LouCity put pressure on early for the majority of the night, taking five shots to FCC’s three. They struggled to place the ball where they wanted though, with four of their five shots…

Manchester City defends Premier League title, beats out Liverpool on the season’s final day

Manchester City got a scare on Sunday when it went down a goal against Brighton in the final match of the Premier League season. But the Sky Blues roared back to win, 4-1, holding off second place Liverpool — which beat Wolverhampton in its own 2018-19 finale — to capture its second consecutive English title…

World’s Greatest Leaders, Ivanka Trump Africa, IBM Earnings: Broadsheet April 18

• Women of WGL. Fortune’s annual World’s Greatest Leaders list is out this morning. It’s a celebration of individuals who are selfless and action-oriented; who risk reputation, fortune, and esteem in pursuit of a greater good. Among them are Anna Nimiriano, the editor-in-chief of South Sudan’s Juba Monitor newspaper, who carries on with her work…

AHMRA Posts $18,000 Cash Purse For “Barber Cup Pro Challenge” Race October 6 At Barber Motorsports Park

Selected AHRMA racers will be going for an $8,000 grand prize at Barber Motorsports Park in October. Photo by etechphoto.com, courtesy of AHRMA. $18,000 Purse for AHRMA Barber Cup Pro Challenge GOODLETTSVILLE, TN, AUGUST 20, 2018 — The American Historic Racing Motorcycle Assn. (AHRMA) is hosting the second running of the Barber Cup (formerly the…

German business morale rises for 1st time this year amid trade truce: Ifo

BERLIN (Reuters) – German business morale improved for the first time this year in August, a benchmark survey showed on Monday, suggesting that company executives in Europe’s largest economy are less worried about the threat of a global trade war. FILE PHOTO: The Frankfurt skyline with its financial district is photographed in the early evening…