ALSO IN THE HEADLINES
- George and Gianna. Roxie Washington, the mother of George Floyd's 6-year-old daughter Gianna, delivered a heartbreaking speech at Minneapolis City Hall on Tuesday about Floyd's death by law enforcement. "He’ll never see her grow up," Washington said through tears. USA Today
- Mayor and mom. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms wrote a piece headlined "The Police Report to Me, But I Knew I Couldn't Protect My Son." Even though Lance Bottoms oversees her city's police department, her son, she says, is like any black boy when he's walking the city's streets. New York Times
- From risks to results. Last month, Fortune's Maria Aspan published an investigation into the health risks of breast implants. Now pharmaceutical company Allergan, which was at the center of that investigation, is launching a new effort to track down tens of thousands of women who received implants that have since been linked to cancer and recalled. Fortune
- Plan Z. Exactly how will reopening businesses without childcare in place hurt women? Several mothers share their stories and expectations here. Virginia Dressler says she and her husband are "trying to come up with Plan A, Plan B, and Plan C." New York Times
MOVERS AND SHAKERS: PagerDuty hired Salesforce's Manjula Talreja as chief customer officer. Sumaiya Balbale joins Sequoia Capital as CMO. Luz Vega-Marquis, retiring president and CEO of the Marguerite Casey Foundation, will be succeeded by Carmen Rojas; Rhonda Carter is the foundation's new VP of culture and operations. Laurie Truitt, former VP of digital consumer marketing at Gannett, joins Time as VP, global consumer growth.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
- Onto the general. One of this week's notable primary results was a House race in New Mexico where Teresa Leger Fernandez beat former CIA officer Valerie Plame. Leger Fernandez says "it's clear" that voters in the Hispanic and Native American district "liked that I am a Latina, based in the land and respectful of the land." New York Times
- PM to PM. Since handing over leadership of the U.K. to Boris Johnson, Theresa May has kept a low profile. But the former prime minister criticized Johnson over the security implications of a no-deal Brexit and his coronavirus lockdown strategy in a House of Commons debate. Guardian
- Image-conscious. Washington Post fashion critic Robin Givhan weighed in on President Trump's church photo-op—specifically on Ivanka Trump's presence at the event. "If other members of the administration were trudging across the plaza to a kind of doomed publicity stunt, Ivanka looked as though she were just gliding through ... The handbag clasped in her right hand announced that she was not sticking around." Washington Post
- Kardashian kollection. Even though Forbes reporting last week implied that Coty Cosmetics may have overpaid for Kylie Cosmetics with a $600 million price tag, the company is all-in on the Kardashians. The brand is in talks with Kim Kardashian West for another beauty line. Bloomberg
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