• Fujifilm flags bigger loss from improper accounting at overseas units

    Fujifilm flags bigger loss from improper accounting at overseas units

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    Fujifilm Holdings Corp. said Monday it incurred a cumulative loss of ¥37.5 billion from inappropriate accounting practices at overseas group units over the past few years. Fuji Xerox Australia Pty Limited, an Australian sales subsidiary of Fuji Xerox, also conducted inappropriate accounting similar to that conducted by FXNZ.
  • Wimbledon is complicated, says clay king Rafa

    Wimbledon is complicated, says clay king Rafa

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    Nadal will return to action after a one-week break at the Aegon Championships in London which will be his first tournament on grass leading up to the second Grand Slam of the year - the Wimbledon championships. Over the past two decades, the French Open has given us more one-slam champions than the other three majors combined: Iva Majoli in 1997, Anastasia Myskina in 2004, Ana Ivanovic in 2008 and Francesca Schiavone in 2010.
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. defends Kyle Busch's surly mood after the Coca-Cola 600

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. defends Kyle Busch's surly mood after the Coca-Cola 600

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    It was about being the No. 3. His grandfather's team made the slanted No. 3 famous by winning six championships and 67 races in that vehicle with Dale Earnhardt behind the wheel. Drivers on newer tires, led by Truex and Busch, caught those who stayed out, except Johnson and Dillon, in just a few laps. He ran in the top 15 for most of the race, battling a loose racecar, and nearly sustained some damage after running over some fluid from Ty Dillon's auto in the middle of the third stage .
  • Kevin Durant & LeBron James ready for game 5

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    They'll spend the next 36 hours or so leading up to Game 5 being reminded of everything that happened a year ago, from the collapse in the Finals to the dominance of Irving and LeBron James in the final three games of that fateful series to the part Curry played in the season that saw his Warriors win a record 73 games and saw him win a second straight Most Valuable Player award - and the first-ever unanimous selection - end in crushing disappointment.
  • Fendrich on Tennis: Slam drought done, Nadal heads to grass

    Fendrich on Tennis: Slam drought done, Nadal heads to grass

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    Now like Federer , who skipped the French Open to prepare for Wimbledon and the U.S. Open , Nadal will head for Wimbledon at the top of his game. I come back and see people I have a good relationship with and it's very special. 16 - Nadal has won 16 of his 19 matches against Wawrinka, including a quarter-final win en route to the 2013 French Open title.
  • Mohamed Salah Transfer to Liverpool Nears €40m Completion

    Mohamed Salah Transfer to Liverpool Nears €40m Completion

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    The Corriere dello Sport report adds that this week will be decisive and that there could be an announcement at the beginning of this week. From a Roma perspective, the departure of Salah leaves them quite short in attack on the right hand side, since Diego Perotti and Stephan El Shaarawy prefer to play on the left or down the middle.
  • Someone just paid $133000 for two tickets to game 5

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    The Cleveland Cavaliers pulled off one of the most impressive victories in the history of the NBA Finals Friday night against the Golden State Warriors . Not to mention a healthy one after his 2016 injuries. Here's what you need to know about Monday's game. The Cavaliers like to play a more rugged game using the size and strength of James, Love and Tristan Thompson to their advantage.
  • Twins draft California prep shortstop Royce Lewis at No. 1

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    The Aliso Viejo, CA native was a member of the gold medal-winning USA Baseball 18U National Team in the fall of 2016 that defeated Cuba in October for the 2016 COPABE Pan American AAA Championship. AUSTIN BECK, OF, North Davidson H.S. Hit. 590 with 12 HRs after rebounding this spring from torn anterior cruciate ligament and cartilage in left knee last May.
  • Captain Smith admits frustration as rain foils Australia

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    Australia are now level with England on two points at the top of the standings after playing two games, both of which have been abandoned due to rain . "I think our team respond well to must-win games", Starc said. According to our predictions, Australia will win tonight as they are pretty strong based on their recent performance and the past stats.
  • Rafael Nadal: Impossible to describe winning feeling of 10th French Open title

    Rafael Nadal: Impossible to describe winning feeling of 10th French Open title

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    The victory also marked Nadal's first Grand Slam success since he last won the French Open title in 2014, and he admitted that he was surprised to have enjoyed such prolonged success in his career. It was Nadal's 60th win in a row on clay. Sometimes, the French Open offers some shocking outcomes. Nadal said when he first won the title in 2005 he would not have imagined he would still be playing in 2017, let alone winning, and said 10 titles had a special ring to it.
  • England U20 gives nation 1st world title in 51 years

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    But their limelight was stolen by Terry, who turned up in full kit to gatecrash the celebrations and lift the trophy. This was their biggest worldwide title since 1966 and was England's first appearance in the final of a global tournament since their World Cup victory 51 years ago.