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Dolphins fire coach Philbin after dismal start to season
(Reuters) - Joe Philbin became the first coaching casualty of the National Football League's 2015 season after leading the Miami Dolphins to a 1-3 start to the campaign, the team said on Monday. Philbin was fired a day after his team failed to convert any of their 12 third down opportunities or four fourth down chances during a 27-14 loss to the AFC East division rival New York Jets at London's Wembley Stadium. "This was a tough decision for me to make knowing how tirelessly Joe worked in his four years here to make this a winning team," Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said in a statement.

Canada's Rogers plans new-format HD sports push
Guy Laurence, CEO at Rogers Communications Inc., speaks following their annual general meeting for shareholders in TorontoCanada's Rogers Communications Inc said on Monday that it would broadcast live television in a high-definition standard known as "4K" by April next year, a move it hopes will woo viewers to an upgraded set-top box and faster Internet. The country's No. 1 cable and wireless phone company, which also owns the Toronto Blue Jays, is hoping to leverage sports assets like the Major League Baseball team and long-term NHL hockey broadcast rights to move viewers to the new standard. Rogers Chief Executive Guy Laurence made the announcement from the baseball team's home plate, days ahead of its first postseason appearance since 1993, when it won its second successive World Series.


IMF sees silver lining in EU migrant crisis
Refugees and migrants disembark from a ferry from Lesbos island in the port of Piraeus, Greece on October 6, 2015The massive arrival of migrants in the European Union will burden member states' budgets in the short term but ultimately fuel economic growth, the IMF's chief economist said Tuesday. The arrival of hundreds of thousands of migrants in the EU, many fleeing the civil war in Syria, has unleashed a crisis for the bloc, but in the long term it will help its economies by expanding the labor force, said Maurice Obstfeld, the International Monetary Fund's new economic research director. The influx has caused conflict among the EU's 28 members and led to a partial breakdown in their open-border system as member states struggle to cope.

White House concerned about European court ruling on privacy
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House said on Tuesday it is concerned about the economic consequences of a European court ruling regarding online privacy rights. White House spokesman Josh Earnest said the United States is reviewing the decision that said the European-U.S. agreement on data transfer is invalid. Earnest said the United States will work with the European Commission to release an updated framework. (Reporting by Julia Edwards; Editing by Bill Trott)

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