Sport Giants sign Mike Weber, Jordyn Peters
Global tax reform plan goes to the G20
G20 finance ministers meeting in Venice on Friday and Saturday could rally the world's top economies behind a global plan to tax multinationals more fairly, already hashed out among 130 countries representing 90 percent of world output. Italian Finance Minister Daniele Franco, whose country holds the G20 presidency, said he is "confident" of reaching a "political agreement" among finance ministers in Venice that would "radically change theOn the face of it, the Group of 20 -- the world's 19 biggest economies plus the European Union -- have already backed the framework for global tax reform, agreed on July 1 among members of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) alongside
The Giants worked out three free agents. They signed two of them.
The team announced it has signed running backand defensive back . Running back was the other player at the tryout for the Giants.
The Cowboys drafted Weber in the seventh round in 2019, which was Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett’s final year as head coach in Dallas. Weber spent all of his rookie season on the practice squad and also has had stints on the practice squads of the Chiefs and Packers.
Weber, 23, has never played a regular-season game.
Handballer win Olympic General Sample against Egypt
The German handball players have won their dress rehearsal for the Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo. The DHB team of national coach Alfred Gislason sat down in an intensive duel 29:27 (12:10) against Africa's Egypt and thus won the three-country tournament in Nuremberg.
The Jets released Peters earlier this month when they signed offensive lineman. He had signed with the Jets as an undrafted free agent out of Auburn.
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Democratic Senate campaign arm trails Republicans in June fundraising .
Senate Democrats' campaign arm trailed behind their GOP counterparts in June fundraising, bringing in approximately $400,000 less.According to Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings, the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) raised about $10.5 million in June, compared to around $10.1 million for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC).Both parties are gearing up for next year's midterms, where control of the currently 50-50 Senate is expected to be fiercely contested.In May, the DSCC raised $7.2 million while the NRSC raised about $10.3 million. According to the filings, the Democratic committee has around $11.