Hostess Has a New Take on the Twinkie

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The Street

By Danni Button After bankruptcy and brand resurrection, the iconic family of delicious snack cakes has a new take on the classics. Few things in this World possess the unifying power of the delicious Twinkie snack cake. When a 2012 bankruptcy announcement led to consumers realizing they might never get to eat a Twinkie again, the internet went up in flames. Fans of the delicious cream-filled snack cake, along with other Hostess favorites like Ding Dongs, CupCakes, and Ho Hos, took to the social media site to express their deep sense of loss. After all, Twinkies aren’t just a beloved snack — … Read More “Hostess Has a New Take on the Twinkie”

Notre Dame College Football Future Odds Breakdown

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Sports Illustrated

By Frankie Taddeo Notre Dame’s over/under wins total at SI Sportsbook is 9.5 wins and the Fighting Irish have +4000 odds to win the national title. Despite enjoying an impressive 92–39 (.702) record during Brian Kelly’s tenure in South Bend, Notre Dame fans were disappointed after being blown out in its only National championship game appearance (2013) and witnessing two first-round playoff exits (2018, 2020) by a combined margin of 44 points. Kelly proved unable in each matchup to devise successful game plans against powerhouse programs Alabama (twice) and Clemson. According to the oddsmakers… Read More “Notre Dame College Football Future Odds Breakdown”

BYU Football: Ranking the Toughest Games on the Cougars’ Schedule

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Athlon Sports

By John Coon Here is a ranking of the games from easiest to most difficult on the BYU Cougars’ football schedule in 2022. BYU can end its stint as an FBS Independent with a bang. The Cougars have a healthy mix of talent and experience on both sides of the ball – enough to push for a third consecutive 10-win season and AP Top 25 finish. Related: BYU Cougars 2022 Season Preview and Prediction Jaren Hall gives BYU a reason to feel optimistic on offense amid Tyler Allgeier departing to the NFL. Hall is an electric playmaker at quarterback. He threw for 2,583 yards and 20 touchdowns in 10 games. Ha… Read More “BYU Football: Ranking the Toughest Games on the Cougars’ Schedule”

European Championships: Six athletes to watch in Munich

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City AM

By Matt Hardy This has already been one of the most congested track and field seasons in recent history – and now it’s about to get even busier. On the back of an impressive World Championships and a superbly attended Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, the athletics circus is rolling into Munich for the European Championships, which officially start today. Although this multi-sport extravaganza – essentially several different European Championships, also including cycling, rowing and artistic gymnastics, stitched together – was introduced four years ago, this is the first time all the action wi… Read More “European Championships: Six athletes to watch in Munich”

The 42 Best Swimsuits to Shop for Late Summer 2022

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SI Swim

By Elizabeth Wentworth We know a thing or two about the art of finding a great suit and have rounded up some of the best picks to polish off summer in, from sporty to sexy and everything in between. As we are undeniably in the dog days of summer, we here at SI Swimsuit find ourselves questioning three things: 1. How do we move to a small island in the Mediterranean and never return?2. Is wearing a swimsuit to work considered Friday Casual at the office?3. Where do we find the perfect suit for the final beach days, pool parties and boat excursions? Often the hunt requires a certain level of sta… Read More “The 42 Best Swimsuits to Shop for Late Summer 2022”

Three Teams That Might Be Interested in Roquan Smith

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Sports Illustrated

By Albert Breer Coming up with potential trade destinations for the linebacker who wants a new deal. Plus, Jimmy Garoppolo’s market, Baker Mayfield earning the QB1 job and more. Filing this week’s mailbag from the press box high above where this season will end: State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. And you had questions. And we had answers … From Andres Perdomo (@andres__perdomo): What teams should we expect to make a push at Roquan Smith? Andres, one thing that I think is so interesting about this situation is that as good a player as Smith is, he’s really not an ideal fit for Matt Eberflus’… Read More “Three Teams That Might Be Interested in Roquan Smith”

With reshuffled cabinet, PM Kishida gets to work in choosing next BOJ head

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Reuters UK

By Leika Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) -With a cabinet reshuffle out of the way, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s search for the next Bank of Japan (BOJ) governor will intensify in coming months with a small but possible chance of a dark horse getting the job. Kishida gave some key posts to lawmakers loyal to deceased premier Shinzo Abe in Wednesday’s reshuffled cabinet, a sign he is not turning his back on proponents of aggressive monetary easing that was a key pillar of Abe’s “Abenomics” stimulus policies. However, as years of ultra-low interest rates strain bank profits and limit scope for further e… Read More “With reshuffled cabinet, PM Kishida gets to work in choosing next BOJ head”

CleverTap Raises US$105M in Series D Funding Round Led by CDPQ

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ACN Newswire

MOUNTAIN VIEW, California & MUMBAI, India & MONTREAL, Canada, Aug 10, 2022 – (ACN Newswire) – CleverTap, a leading global B2B SaaS platform for customer engagement and retention today announced it has signed definitive agreements to raise US$105M in a Series D funding round led by CDPQ, a global investment group who committed US$75M, with participation from IIFL AMC’s Tech Fund, along with existing investors Tiger Global and Sequoia India. The funds will be used to support CleverTap’s global expansion and enhance the development of its World-class solutions and technology. Founded in Mumbai in… Read More “CleverTap Raises US$105M in Series D Funding Round Led by CDPQ”

Factbox-Is global inflation nearing a peak?

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Reuters UK

By Francesco Canepa (Reuters) – Calling the top of the current wave of inflation has been a painful exercise for economists and central bankers, who have been proven wrong time and again over the past year. But data on Wednesday, which showed that some measures of inflation had cooled in the World’s two largest economies, was likely to rekindle a debate about whether the worst might be over after a year of torrid price growth. U.S. consumer prices did not rise in July from the month before due to a sharp drop in the cost of gasoline, delivering the first notable sign of relief for Americans wh… Read More “Factbox-Is global inflation nearing a peak?”

Can Deepfake Technology Eliminate the Need for Movie Reshoots?

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InsideHook

By Bonnie Stiernberg If you were dangling precariously from the top of an abandoned 2,000-foot-tall radio tower, you might let a few choice words fly. But in Lionsgate’s forthcoming Fall, while the lead characters find themselves in that exact scenario, they’re now largely limited to tame euphemisms like “freaking” thanks to deepfake technology. As Variety reports, the movie centers around “best friends Becky (Grace Caroline Currey) and Hunter (Virginia Gardner), [who] climb an abandoned radio tower to scatter the ashes of Becky’s late husband (Gooding). But when sections of the rickety ladder… Read More “Can Deepfake Technology Eliminate the Need for Movie Reshoots?”