Mark Cuban On Capitalism, Being Rich, and the Future of Work

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The Street

By Colette Bennett The ‘Shark Tank’ Judge and Dallas Mavericks owner has no shortage of big ideas. Billionaire Mark Cuban is known for a few things: his “Shark Tank” investments, his ownership of the Dallas Mavericks, and his ongoing thoughts on cryptocurrency. However, his ever-so-humbly named Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company might be the thing that he’s best known for as of late. It’s easy to see why, too. Launched in January 2022 with co-founder Dr. Alexander Oshmyansky, the company’s concept was based on a single idea that aimed to disrupt the prescription drug industry. “We started Mark … Read More “Mark Cuban On Capitalism, Being Rich, and the Future of Work”

Notre Dame Football: 5 Most Devastating Upsets in Fighting Irish History

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Athlon Sports

By Aaron Tallent These are losses in Notre Dame’s gridiron history that have hurt the most, mainly because the Fighting Irish were expected to win. Notre Dame’s 26-21 loss to Marshall on Sept. 10 was shocking. It knocked the Fighting Irish out of the Top 25 and made Marcus Freeman the first head coach in Notre Dame history to lose his first three games. Was it the most devastating upset in Irish history? I think not. The most heartbreaking ones were those that impacted Notre Dame’s national championship hopes. The loss to Marshall stung, but these five hurt even more. 5. Ole Miss 20, Notre Dam… Read More “Notre Dame Football: 5 Most Devastating Upsets in Fighting Irish History”

Look: Video Of Shaquille O’Neal Going Viral Today

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates Look out now, Shaquille O’Neal’s been living in the gym these past few months. And just 32 days out from the start of the NBA’s regular season, the Hall of Fame center is looking like he’s ready to lace ’em back up. Shaq shared a video of his new physique on social media, prompting his NBA on TNT family to tweet: “Look out, Chuck … Big Fella been in the weight room this offseason.” The clip of a toned-up Diesel started to go viral on NBA Twitter. “This gotta be a filter,” laughed Glasses Malone. “Big cuh wasn’t in this shape as a Laker.” “Shoulda did this in [2003],” another … Read More “Look: Video Of Shaquille O’Neal Going Viral Today”

Marcus Freeman Is Trending Amid Notre Dame’s Struggles vs. Cal

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By Matt Audilet Marcus Freeman is in danger of starting his head coaching career at 0-4. The Fighting Irish are currently tied 17-17 with the Cal Golden Bears in the fourth quarter at Notre Dame Stadium. Freeman took over the program’s head coaching job after the departure of Brian Kelly late last season. He took the sideline for his first contest in a bowl game loss to Oklahoma State. In 2022, the former defensive coordinator has started 0-2 with losses to Ohio State and Marshall. Freeman is trending on social amid his team’s most recent struggles. “Marcus Freeman can’t catch a break so far,”… Read More “Marcus Freeman Is Trending Amid Notre Dame’s Struggles vs. Cal”

Look: South Alabama Calls Ridiculously Stupid Trick Play

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By Daniel Bates The South Alabama Jaguars got a two-point lead on UCLA and didn’t know how to act. With just over three minutes to go, the Jags had the chance to stretch their lead to five and possibly steal a huge win on the road vs. a Power-5 team. Instead they opted to go with a fake field goal attempt that went nowhere fast, eventually losing by one. Fans reacted to the very questionable call on social media. “USA! USA! (Ended up losing 32-31),” tweeted Grant Wahl. “Not a very Sun Belt worthy play, South,” commented Ben Stanfield. “Are you [expletive] kidding me, this is the way South Alab… Read More “Look: South Alabama Calls Ridiculously Stupid Trick Play”

Starting a Business in Retirement: 10 Things to Know in 2022

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Due

Starting a business in retirement is a road less frequented by many individuals, and while it might seem impossible at first, thousands of retirees start businesses every year, leveraging their experience and knowledge to get their small empire off the ground. At first, it might seem strange having to start a business in a time that’s considered your ‘Golden Years.’ Many tend to use this time to relax, travel, take up new hobbies, learn new skills, connect with friends and family, and some even continue working as remote entrepreneurs or freelancers. While it’s all possible to get the most out… Read More “Starting a Business in Retirement: 10 Things to Know in 2022”

Weekly review of Azerbaijan’s foreign exchange market

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Azer News

By Trend The official exchange rate of the Azerbaijani manat against theUS dollar, set by the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic (CBA),remained unchanged this week, Trend reports. The average weighted rate based on the results of the week was1.7 AZN/1 USD. The official exchange rate of the manat against the euro hasdecreased by 0.015 manat. The average AZN/EUR rate has risen by0.0123 and amounted to 1.7058 manat. The official exchange rate of the manat against the ruble hasincreased by 0.0002 manat. The average AZN/RUB rate has remainedunchanged. The official exchange rate of the manat agains… Read More “Weekly review of Azerbaijan’s foreign exchange market”

It’s smart to wait, but iOS 16’s changes are worth the risk of early adoption

Welcome to our weekend Apple Breakfast column, which includes all of the Apple news you missed this week in a handy bite-sized roundup. We call it Apple Breakfast because we think it goes great with a morning cup of coffee or tea, but it’s cool if you want to give it a read during lunch or dinner hours too. The pain and potential of an iOS updateTechnology is a war between progress and inertia, and inertia doesn’t give up easily. Most keyboards in the U.S. still use a layout designed for 19th-century typewriters because it’s a pain to switch to something better; the environmentally desirable a… Read More “It’s smart to wait, but iOS 16’s changes are worth the risk of early adoption”

Why September, even October is the best time at the Jersey Shore

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NJ.com

It’s the month Shore locals have been waiting for — September. There is a feeling in the air that comes with it, a sense of relief now the crowds are gone, the noise will be less intense and the traffic will be more manageable. Hello “local summer.” Known for the sparse crowds and still warm weather, September is the time for folks living the everyday Shore life to reclaim their beaches, restaurants, and favorite hot spots. It’s also an opportunity for the smart tourist to take advantage of all the benefits the off-season has to offer. “It’s a local summer but it’s also a savvy visitor summer … Read More “Why September, even October is the best time at the Jersey Shore”

Donovan Mitchell Is Ready For Life As A Cleveland Cavalier

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uSports.org

Despite a botched trade to the Knicks and questions about his past in Utah, Donovan Mitchell said Wednesday that he is completely focused on making his new team in Cleveland a winning one. He will join Darius Garland, Evan Mobley and Jarrett Allen on a team full of rising stars. “We could really build something special,” Mitchell told ESPN. “I’m just excited to play with this team, play for this city, play with these guys and just get out there and just compete and win.” After arriving in Cleveland Wednesday, Mitchell participated in an unofficial practice with his new team. At one point this … Read More “Donovan Mitchell Is Ready For Life As A Cleveland Cavalier”