Who are your golf favorites to take home gold at the 2016 Olympics? Are you willing to bet on it? Golf is a gambling game and the odds-makers are taking advantage of this opportunity for a "sports gambling fix" as mentioned by fansided.com.Golf.com...Show More Summary
We've heard a lot this week about how Counter-Strike gambling sites can rig their bets for high profile YouTubers. Well, here's how it looks. Sites offer to fix results so that high profile YouTubers profit from the process. It makes for a more exciting video, and entices fans to try the sites themselves. Show More Summary
Should be bet on Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist—or take a gamble on a longshot or two? And which horses are being rested for Belmont? The Bluegrass Wiseman (tm) tells all.
The Indian government has banned around 344 fixed dosed combination drugs, including Pfizer's cough syrup Corex, Procter & Gamble's Vicks Action 500 Extra and Crocin Cold and Flu, this week citing their potential risks. See also: Karma...Show More Summary
A low-profile mixed doubles tennis match at the Australian Open on Sunday has come under suspicion for possible match fixing. A major sports gambling website suspended betting on the match 13 hours before Lara Arruabarrena and DavidShow More Summary
MELBOURNE, Australia — A major sports gambling website suspended betting on Sunday for a mixed doubles match at the Australian Open, raising suspicions of match fixing at one of the world’s most prestigious tennis tournaments. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary
Sean Randall discusses the gambling scandal.
BuzzFeed and the BBC on Monday came out with a deep investigation, with the help of a leaked 2008 report, into the sport of tennis and what’s turned out to be an unholy relationship with the gambling industry. The publications foundShow More Summary
As a Jersey girl, one of my guilty pleasures is going to Atlantic City for a night out. Though I must admit that I prefer Vegas, Atlantic City is a much shorter ride for me to get my gambling fix. Earlier in the month, I posted about...Show More Summary
One study concludes over 20 first round pro tennis matches are fixed every year. Why? For good—but not great—players, there’s too much incentive not to.
In another blow to the credibility of e-sports, Valve Corporation has banned a number of Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) players for allegedly fixing matches to earn money from gambling. A CS:GO match was held in August between iBUYPOWER and NetcodeGuides.com. The iBUYPOWER team … Continue reading ?
Alleged online gambling ring broken up after agents posed as the cable guy.
Americans rank in the bottom five in numeracy, and some believe gambling is a good deal. But there are ways for people to improve their knowledge of math.
Nomad Games, has just released Version 3.4 of Talisman. The update includes a new game setup screen, new font, Language and text fixes, the ‘View Board’ option, and the Gambler character pack. The Gambler has the special ability to tempt fate by rolling 1 die and add his Craft against another player he lands on. Show More Summary
Bob McDonald is about to learn that fixing a government agency can be a lot harder than selling soap. The retired head of Procter & Gamble is President Obama’s pick to lead the Veterans Affairs Department. Selling Tide and Pantene is one thing, fixing an agency dirtied by scandal is another. The VA is not a […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama sought to turn the page Monday on a humiliating chapter in the history of the Veterans Affairs Department, tapping former Procter & Gamble CEO Robert McDonald to take over the sprawling agenc...
President Barack Obama will nominate Bob McDonald — a West Point graduate and former CEO of Procter & Gamble — to head the Department of Veterans Affairs, a White House official told CNN on Sunday. McDonald would take over a troubled department. Click here to read more at CNN.
Bill Gates would support Xbox spin-off and Microsoft responds. Plus, Destiny's 500 million dollar gamble, Microsoft's E3 date and Assassin's Creed director moves to Naughty Dog.
The news that Wall Street banks had to jump through hoops to pay big bonuses last year is strangely welcome, as it suggests that tougher rules designed to keep them from gambling with taxpayers'... To view the full story, click the title link.