Maybe if you see Tatum averaging a career-high 25.9 points per game this season while being named an All-Star for the second straight season, it's not a big deal. But it is a big deal.
One other plaintiff withdrew her civil case against the Texans quarterback on Tuesday evening, but may file again in the future.
Longtime record promotion executive Jonas Cash, who founded the influential radio programming competition AIR (Active Industry Research) in Baltimore-Washington, MD, died at age 81 in his Columbia, MD home. “He was not just a promotion executive, but a real artist development guy,” says veteran promotion/marketing exec Michael Plen, who recalls how Cash helped him break […]
“Jeopardy!” all-star and 2017 Tournament of Champions winner Buzzy Cohen is set to take to the podium as guest host of the quiz competition show’s upcoming 10-day tournament. This year’s Tournament of Champions will take place from May 17-28, with 15 previous contestants coming back to compete for a $250,000 purse. That prize money will […]
A new report shows that quarter-on-quarter, the financial services sector saw a 70% increase in jobs in March 2021.
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KUALA LUMPUR, April 15 — Low earnings for Malaysian fresh graduates was a long-standing issue due to the lack of skilled and high-paying jobs in the country and not caused entirely by the Covid-19...
Apr.14 -- Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin sent a fueled rocket to the edge of space Wednesday with only a test dummy on board. A two person crew was on board just before liftoff for practice. Blue Origin's goal is to take paying customers on short hops providing three minutes of weightlessness.
AXS TV announced that the music-themed series “The Top Ten Revealed” and “A Year In Music” will each return for their fourth seasons on May 9. “The Top Ten Revealed” will kick off the night at 8 p.m. ET/5 PT, immediately followed by “A Year In Music” at 8:30 p.m ET. Hosted and executive produced […]
Variety’s “10 Innovators to Watch” will highlight emerging talent and technologies in communications, entertainment and more on April 28 at 9:30 a.m. PT in the Variety Streaming Room presented by the all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E. Panelists include Sam Lucas, Co-founder, Special; Asad J. Malik, Founder, Jadu; Teresa Phillips, CEO and Co-Founder of Spherex; Kirin Sinha, […]
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A blockbuster start to earnings season gave the Dow a minor lift but the rest of the market struggled due to weak tech stocks… there was also a mega market debut of bitcoin exchange Coinbase in the mix.The Dow rose 53 points. The S&P stumbled 16 points after touching an intra-day high. The Nasdaq lost 138 points.J.P. Morgan Chase smashed forecasts with a near 400-percent surge in quarterly profits and America's biggest bank released $5 billion that it has set aside in case loans went bad during the health crisis. But with the stock up nearly 60 percent over the past year, some investors thought that good news was already priced into the stock, which fell nearly 2 percent on Wednesday. It was a bang-up quarter for Goldman Sachs as well. It saw a massive jump in profits as it benefitted from record global dealmaker. Revenue and profits hit a record and the company hinted that there's more to come. Shares of Goldman jumped more than 2 percent. A big turnaround for the embattled Wells Fargo. It bounced-back to a quarterly profit of almost $5 billion. Shares of Wells Fargo gained 5-1/2 percent. But The stock of the day was Coinbase. The world's largest cryptocurrency exchange soared in a milestone debut for the crypto industry. For Ross Gerber of Gerber Kawasaki the importance of this debut can not be overlooked. "I do I think this is a huge moment in financial history, it's the first time we've seen an exchange and a decentralized monetary system that has really been a threat to the current monetary systems for its entire existence, now becoming legitimized. And I think a new era has begun for what we would like to call a decentralized finance or cryptocurrency. Even the listing of tokens now of actual stocks is happening on the finance exchange. And when you see how these networks work and how sophisticated these companies are, it kind of makes the JP Morgan's of the world look like dinosaurs." Coinbase ended its first trading day with a 31 percent jump, well off its highs of the day.
A medical expert called by former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin’s defense team testified Wednesday that carbon monoxide inhaled by George Floyd may have played a role in his death.
Researchers on Thursday reported the first clinical evidence that drug-resistant mutations of the parasite responsible for malaria are gaining ground in Africa.
The judge hearing the Texas antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet Inc's Google put limits on what the search giant's in-house lawyers can see in an order aimed at ensuring that confidential information used in an upcoming trial remains secure. The issue is a key one for companies that have not been identified but that gave information to the Texas attorney general's office for its investigation and fear that their confidential data, like strategic business plans or discussions about negotiations, could be disclosed to Google executives. The order issued by Judge Sean Jordan of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas allows Google's in-house counsel to see information deemed "confidential" but they are then limited in advising on some competitive and other decision-making for two years regarding the companies whose data they see.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admitted his side have to quickly bounce back from the disappointment of Champions League elimination at the hands of Real Madrid to ensure they do not miss out on the competition next season.
Even after a year of indoor theaters being shuttered in Los Angeles, it’s hard to imagine a future without the ArcLight Hollywood, the tony 15-screen megaplex that countless Angelenos considered their go-to spot to watch movies. The ArcLight was the place that many moviegoers, myself included, imagined celebrating their return to cinemas, especially now that […]
The Democratic chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee said on Wednesday he and other lawmakers were concerned about the Biden administration's decision to go ahead with a weapons sale to the United Arab Emirates and would review the transactions. Reuters reported on Tuesday that the Democratic president's administration had told Congress it was proceeding with more than $23 billion in weapons sales https://www.reuters.com/article/idUSL1N2M6319 to the UAE, including advanced F-35 aircraft, armed drones and other equipment. The sale was reached in the last weeks of former Republican President Donald Trump's administration and finalized only about an hour before Biden took office on Jan. 20, and the Democrat's administration had "paused" it in order to conduct a review.
The mass shooter who killed 51 people in New Zealand in 2019 did not appear in court on Thursday after seeking a judicial review of his prison conditions and his status as a "terrorist entity". White supremacist Brenton Tarrant was sentenced in August to jail for life without parole for the murders at two mosques in Christchurch on March 15, 2019, the worst mass shooting in the country's history. He launched a legal challenge this week seeking a review of his prison conditions and his status as a "terrorist entity".