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This website breaks down the birthplace of all the players competing in the 2016 UEFA European Football Championship (Euro 2016).

Only eleven players on the Albanian squad and eight players on the Swiss squad were born in Albania or Switzerland, respectively. These players predominantly immigrated from Kosovo and Macedonia.

Unsurprisingly, with four teams from the British Isles participating in the tournament (England, Wales, Ireland, and Northern Ireland) there is a lot of overlap in birth country. The Welsh squad has nine players born in England while the Irish and North Irish teams have five native Englishmen in their squad.

#UEFA #Football #Soccer #Euro2016 #Euro #Nationality #Birthplace #Map #Origin 
Europas Beste: Woher kommen die 552 Spieler der EM 2016? Und was erzählen die Geburtsorte über das multikulturelle Europa?
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Keep pushing! 
The tech community was waiting with bated breath ahead of this year’s Google I/O event, but I don’t think anyone expected it to be quite as action-packed as it was. Google covered so mu…
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Smart reflections on what the new world looks like from +Baba Shetty.

One: It’s about marketing in a digital world, not digital marketing.
Two: It’s about business outcomes, not just marketing metrics.
Three: It’s about valid data, not just big data.
Four: It’s about prediction, not just reporting.

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[Excerpt from How Google Works, Rosenberg Eagle and Schmidt, page 170]

The World’s Best Athletes Need Coaches, and You Don’t?

In the summer of 2002, when Eric had been on the job as Google CEO for about a year, he wrote a self- review of his performance and shared it with his team. The document included highlights (“developed proper business processes”), objectives for the next year (“run the clock faster without compromising the future”), and areas where he could have performed better. The last category included several points, but one self-critique stands out as the most important: Bill Campbell has been very helpful in coaching all of us. In hindsight, his role was needed from the beginning. I should have encouraged this structure sooner, ideally the moment I started at Google.

This was a 180- degree turnaround from a year earlier: When Eric started at Google, board member John Doerr suggested that he work with Bill as his coach. Eric’s reply? “I don’t need a coach. I know what I’m doing.” Whenever you watch a world-class athlete perform, you can be sure that there is a great coach behind her success. It’s not that the coach is better at playing the sport than the player, in fact that is almost never the case. But the coaches have a different skill: They can observe players in action and tell them how to be better. So why is it that in the business world coaches are so unusual? Are we all like Eric when he started at Google, so confident of ourselves that we can’t imagine someone helping us to be better? If so, this is a fallacy.

As a business leader, you need a coach. The first ingredient of a successful coaching relationship is a student who is willing to listen and learn. Just like there are hard-to-coach athletes, there are hard-to-coach executives. But once they get past that initial reticence, they find there are always things to learn. Business coaches, like all coaches, are at heart teachers, and Bill Campbell, the best coach around, tells us he believes that management is a skill that is completely learnable.

For Jonathan, class began right around the time when Larry Page was calling the regimented product plan that he created “stupid.” The following week, Jonathan was sitting in Coach Campbell’s office, wondering why he had ever joined this chaotic start-up and contemplating quitting. Don’t quit, Bill implored him. Stick it out. Maybe you’ll even learn something. For that, and everything else you have done for us, thank you, Coach.
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11 skills that are hard to learn but will pay off forever http://read.bi/1RssTgk
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As Europe awoke to find that the United Kingdom had voted to leave the European Union, analysts are scrambling to understand how this enormous decision happened. The BBC has compiled a comprehensive list of charts and maps breaking down the referendum by each voting region. Over 30 million people voted with the turnout around 72%.

The Leave campaign triumphed across England and Wales while the Remain campaign dominated in London, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Younger voters overwhelmingly supported the Remain campaign but had lower turnout than older voters who supported the Leave campaign.

Looking at the 30 voting regions with the most elderly people, fewest graduates, and most people identifying as English, they all overwhelmingly voted in favor of leaving the EU. This was very much a decision made by the older generations that will impact generations to come.

#Brexit #Britain #UnitedKingdom #UK #EuropeanUnion #EU #Referendum #Voting #Poll #BBC #Europe #Country
How did the Leave camp clinch victory in the referendum on the UK's membership of the EU after what was a very closely fought contest?
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Muito interessante ler para perceber o nível de fundamentação da primeira decisão e esperar que não seja assim que habitualmente os tribunais sustentam as suas decisões... 
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Tribunal da Relação considerou procedente o recurso apresentado pela Uber contra a decisão judicial que proíbia a sua actividade em Portugal, após uma providência cautelar colocada pela ANTRAL.
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Um dia de Rali no Porto.
Porto Street Stage, Rally de Portugal 2016.
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For those who follow the English Premier League, this season has featured an incredible performance from Leicester City Football Club. Their preseason odds at capturing the Premier League title were 5000-to-1 and worth over $100M to the small club. Historically only the "Big Four" have any real hope at securing a league title with only a few exceptions to the rule. What Leicester achieved is nothing short of a miracle and being called the greatest cinderella story in sports history.

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It’s been a good nine months for Leicester City Football Club. So good that on Monday the team overcame 5,000-to-1 preseason odds to clinch the Premier League title — its first. Forbes report…
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Tesla Model 3 lines are the new iPhone lines http://bit.ly/1q5B4sz
Eager Tesla fans spanning Australia, Asia, Europe, and the U.S. are waiting in line this morning (a la Apple) to put a $1,000 deposit on the upcoming $35,000 Model 3, a car nobody outside the company has ever seen before.
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