Diego Costa sparked the turnaround for Chelsea, cancelling out a 45th-minute own goal by teammate Gary Cahill with an equaliser in the 60th after chesting down Cesc Fabregas’ long ball. Costa set up substitute Willian to put Chelsea ahead in the 70th and Eden Hazard added a third in the 90th, before Ag¸ero’s tackle on Luiz sparked the late skirmishes. Other results: West Ham 1 Arsenal 5; Sunderland 2 Leicester 1; Stoke 2 Burnley 0; Tottenham 5 Swansea 0; West Brom 3 Watford 1; Crystal Palace 3 Southampton 0. TURNAROUND A crushing defeat was about to be confirmed for Manchester City when Sergio Ag¸ero flew into a knee-high challenge and Fernandinho grabbed a goading opponent by the throat in an ensuing melee, shoving him over an advertising hoarding. City’s players didn’t just lose a match to a big title rival. They lost their heads. In a feisty, action-packed game between two of the Premier League’s heavyweights, Chelsea scored three goals in the final half-hour and rallied for a 3-1 win at City yesterday. It was an eighth straight victory for the leaders, all of them coming since their coach, Antonio Conte, switched to a 3-4-3 formation that is making the team irresistible going forward. City dropped four points behind Chelsea in fourth place. Ag¸ero and Fernandinho, two mainstays of Pep Guardiola’s City team, were both red-carded in those unedifying final seconds that saw tempers flare and both sets of players pushing and shoving on the field. Ag¸ero is set to miss the next four matches for his lunge on David Luiz, because it was his second sending-off this season.
A seven-year-old boy has become the latest road fatality after he was struck down by a motorcar along the Aurora Public Road, Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam).Dead is Jagdesh Mohanlall of Aurora Village. Reports are 42-year-old Gobin Chandrika, a businessman, was driving his motorcar, PNN 9465 along the Aurora Public Road, when the child reportedly ran out of a yard and into the path of the moving vehicle.Chandrika allegedly attempted to avoid the collision, but the left side of the vehicle came into contact with the lad. Due to the impact, he sustained injuries and was taken to the Suddie Public Hospital where he succumbed while receiving medical attention.A breathalyser test was administered on the driver, who hails from Hibernia, Essequibo Coast and it proved that he was above the legal limit of alcohol consumption.He was taken into Police custody and is assisting with the investigations. Police in March stated that they have recorded an 18.1 per cent decrease in fatal accidents up to the end of February 2018.The Guyana Police Force stated speeding, inattentiveness and pedestrian crossing in the path of approaching vehicles were the main causes of fatal accidents.Statistics also showed that there were 2935 recorded cases of speeding, 752 instances of breach of condition of road service licence, 247 cases of persons driving under the influence of alcohol, 165 cases of persons using their cellular phones while driving, and it was also reported that 254 drivers breached the traffic light signals.
25 Amazing Companies Hiring in All 50 States Also on Glassdoor: 7 Companies With Incredible New Offices Editor’s Note: The companies and jobs highlighted in this article are curated by the editorial staff, listed in no particular order, and do not necessarily reflect the official methodology of Glassdoor’s official awards or honors. To be included, each company’s rating is above average (3.3 on a 5.0 scale as of 3/16/2017). For more details about how companies and specific roles are considered for editorial coverage, please visit Glassdoor for Employers. Beaches, warm weather, vibrant culture and diverse food make Hawaii an ideal place to live. However, those are the things, along with a thriving economy, that make it a great place to work as well. While we cannot promise that you’ll get to surf every morning or take conference calls on the white-sand shores, we can offer up a selection of high-rated companies that are looking for top talent now.If you’re tired of the snow of the northeast or looking for a change of pace, consider a move to the Aloha state. Here are 10 hot companies hiring now in Hawaii!1. Bank of Hawaii Company Rating: 3.9 What They Do: Bank of Hawaii Corporation is a regional financial services company serving businesses, consumers and governments in Hawaii, American Samoa and the West Pacific. What Employees Say: “Awesome benefits, fair pay, fun and caring coworkers, leadership that thinks strategically and looks around corners, and a go-forward plan that ensures the sustainability of our nearly 120-year-old company.” —Current Assistant Branch ManagerSee Open Jobs2. US Navy Company Rating: 4.0 What They Do: The U.S. Navy is truly one of America’s great places to work – an organization that not only serves the greater good every day but also rewards those serving with the kind of personal and professional fulfillment rarely found elsewhere. What Employees Say: “Educational benefits, health care, 30 days paid vacation, travel, incentives, bonuses, military discounts, steady paycheck, advancement opportunities, different types of allowances.” —Current Avionics TechnicianSee Open Jobs3. Sephora Company Rating: 3.7 What They Do: Now with more than 400 stores in the Americas—including US, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil—and 500 inside JCPenney, Sephora has become a leading international beauty destination with over 2,000 locations in 31 countries. What Employees Say: “Sephora is by far one of the best companies I’ve ever worked for. Since joining Sephora I met several people who has a long tenure with the company, which is great because it shows me that they’re big on having a low turnover rate. There’s plenty of opportunities to move up in the company. The relationship/communication with the Regional and District Managers are exceptional. They really took the time out to hear my opinions and thoughts on topics I’ve discussed with them. Sephora has helped me enhance my skills as a Loss Prevention Agent. The challenges of the tasks that were given made me utilize skills that i never knew I had. Joining the Sephora team was the best decision that I’ve made and i would recommend that if anyone one is looking for a Company where it’s more like a family atmosphere Sephora is the pace to be.” —Current Loss Prevention AgentSee Open Jobs4. Castle Medical Center Company Rating: 3.8 What They Do: A full-service medical center offering a wide range of inpatient, outpatient, and home-based services, Castle Medical Center is a 160-bed facility with more than 1,000 employees and staffed by 300 physicians. What Employees Say: “Faith-based, great benefits, patient-centered, interested in employee wellbeing.” —Current Registered NurseSee Open Jobs5. Mission EssentialCompany Rating: 4.4What They Do: For a decade, Mission Essential has served customers at the strategic and tactical levels, providing operational solutions to the U.S. Departments of Defense, State, and Homeland Security; the Intelligence Community; friendly foreign governments; and multinational corporations.What Employees Say: “Mission Essential is a diverse company with opportunities to grow and develop. Management actually values their employees and will go above and beyond to take care of them. The company has competitive benefits and constantly looks for ways to improve.” —Current Senior Geolocation AnalystSee Open Jobs6. Security Industry SpecialistsCompany Rating: 3.9What They Do: Security Industry Specialists, Inc. provides unique security solutions to Fortune 500 luxury brands and tech companies, special events, and celebrity clients.What Employees Say:See Open Jobs7. Hawaii Pacific Health Company Rating: 3.7 What They Do: Hawaii Pacific Health has nearly 7,000 health care professionals all dedicated to providing the highest levels of care, prevention and partnership with their patients. What Employees Say: “We get to help the community. Great leadership and fiscal accountability. Employee engagement is a focus so they truly emphasize programs that empower and appreciate employees.” —Current ManagerSee Open Jobs8. AES Corporation Company Rating: 3.9 What They Do: AES is the Fortune 200 company engineering tomorrow’s energy solutions. From field technicians to business specialists, our 19,000 people fuel quality of life for tens of millions of customers in 17 countries across four continents, while creating the power generation and delivery systems that will enable a clean, unbreakable energy grid. What Employees Say: “Interaction with intelligent, creative people from around the world. Leaders who are interested in developing talent. Engaged in creating solutions for tomorrow’s energy needs.” —Current ManagerSee Open Jobs9. N2 Publishing Company Rating: 4.5 What They Do: Across the nation, communities with an N2 publication find they know more about their neighbors, are better able to connect with and support local businesses, and can more deeply invest in their communities. What Employees Say: “Great start up support. Just started and am scheduled for intro training next week. They have answered every question in a timely manner. Great enthusiasm.” —Current Area DirectorSee Open Jobs10. T-Mobile Company Rating: 3.9 What They Do: As America’s Un-carrier, T-Mobile is redefining the way consumers and businesses buy wireless services through leading product and service innovation. What Employees Say: “Great work life balance, solid pay, not extremely hard work, very balanced and equal expectations vs demand. CEO John Legere is changing wireless for the better.” —Current Retail Sales Associate/KeyholderSee Open Jobs