US Recovery plan. "What I am asking is that it go fast," says the president of Medef
Blue Jays to play home games in Buffalo in 2020
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Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux, president of Medef, hopes that the recovery plan announced by Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday July 14th "will go quickly". "Most importantly," all French entrepreneurs can see the color of money quickly, "he added on Wednesday.
What I'm asking is that it go quickly, and quickly in businesses. I prefer fewer ads and more results. This was expressed by Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux, president of, about during his .
Blue Jays to play 2020 home games in Buffalo
All the while, the Jays have reportedly been working to upgrade their facilities at Buffalo’s Sahen Field, bringing the clubhouses lighting up to par with MLB standards (or at least as close as possible). The organization’s strong preference has been to play its home games at a major league facility, but it seems the Jays will instead settle in a familiar setting for many of the club’s young players.The Jays have since officially confirmed the report, issuing a statement which indicates they’ll stage the “majority” of its 2020 home games in Buffalo.
I am a little wary of announcements and contests, between Germany which announces 130 billion and us 100 billion. What’s behind it? He added to France 2’s microphone on Wednesday July 15.
The most important thing for him is that all French entrepreneurs can see the color of money quickly, to support the economic recovery.
It is also looming a little faster than expected, noted Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux, displaying a certain optimism.
The worst is not certain, the million unemployed whose president spoke again is not certain. And it's a little bit about us. […] It has to do with entrepreneurs, when they have the choice between hire-not hire, or fire-not-fire, it has to do with consumers, […] there was precautionary savings during confinement. It’s a bit of a civic act to consume, he said.
NFL, NFLPA reach agreement on 2021 salary cap
The NFL and NFLPA have agreed to some compromises regarding finances. Next year’s salary cap will be no lower than $175M, Tom Pelissero and Mike Garafolo of NFL.com report. Rather than borrowing money from projected future revenues through 2030 — as the players initially sought — this agreement will take projected funds through 2024 to help guard against a salary cap free fall this season could cause, Mark Maske of the Washington Post tweets. Read more here.
He calls on companies to show "good citizenship"
Commenting on the measures to support the employment of young people announced Tuesday by Emmanuel Macron, the president of Medef judged that there was very clearly the return of subsidized jobs, with the creation of 300,000 integration contracts.
If he considered this measure justified because the crisis is difficult, he pointed out the risk […] that at the end of the contract, the young person in question could not find a job.
He also called on companies to show good citizenship by not completely abandoning the use of interns in the coming months.
Concerning the exemptions from contributions for the hiring of young people, he argued for a time-limited but massive measure.
Finally, on the future of the pension reform, Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux said he understood from the President of the Republic that the calendar seems to have relaxed, while Prime Minister Jean Castex said he hoped that discussions resume to settle the matter in the short term.
For us we need pension reform, at least on the financial subject because unfortunately the hole has widened quite violently, he added.
Padres' Jorge Mateo clears protocols after testing positive for COVID-19 .
Padres infielder/outfielder Jorge Mateo, who tested positive for the coronavirus July 8.Mateo was formerly a top-100 prospect with both the Yankees and Athletics, but after back-to-back underwhelming showings in Triple-A over the previous two seasons, the A’s shipped the 25-year-old to the Padres in June for a player to be named later. Mateo has amassed 1,076 plate appearances at the minors’ highest level and slashed a below-average .261/.306/.433 with 22 home runs and 49 stolen bases.