The Charlotte Bobcats have been after perimeter scoring for weeks, and they may have finally landed it in the form of Gary Neal. ESPN's Marc Stein reported the four-player deal with the Milwaukee Bucks: The principle players involved are Neal and Ramon Sessions. Show More Summary
The former Spurs guard will provide much-needed depth at the shooting guard position. The Charlotte Bobcats have acquired Milwaukee Bucks guards Luke Ridnour and Gary Neal in exchange for Ramon Sessions and Jeff Adrien, Marc Stein of...Show More Summary
Apollo Global Management, LLC (APO) Q4 2013 Earnings Call February 07, 2014 10:00 am ET Executives Gary M. Stein - Head of Corporate Communications Marc Adam Spilker - President and Member of Executive Committee Martin Kelly - Chief Financial Officer Analysts Marc S. Show More Summary
Gary Neal's brief tenure with the Milwaukee Bucks appears to be nearing its end. As Marc Stein of ESPN.com recently reported, the team has begun looking for potential trade partners and is determined to move the 29-year-old shootingShow More Summary
Apollo Global Management, LLC (APO) Q3 2013 Earnings Call November 07, 2013 10:00 am ET Executives Gary M. Stein - Head of Corporate Communications Marc Adam Spilker - President and Member of Executive Committee Martin Kelly - ChiefShow More Summary
Apollo Global Management, LLC (APO) Q2 2013 Earnings Call August 08, 2013 10:00 am ET Executives Gary M. Stein - Head of Corporate Communications Marc Adam Spilker - President and Member of Executive Committee Martin Kelly - Chief Financial Officer Analysts Robert Lee - Keefe, Bruyette, & Woods, Inc., Research Division Marc S. Show More Summary
Gary Neal is about to find out just how much teams in the NBA covet his services. Per ESPN's Marc Stein, the San Antonio Spurs are withdrawing their qualifying offer to the 28-year-old guard. If contenders with cap space and room inShow More Summary
After a raucous 60-day session, the Florida House and Senate went home, leaving two irreconcilable health care bills and at least $5 billion on the...
Apollo Global Management, LLC (APO) Q1 2013 Earnings Call May 06, 2013 10:00 am ET Executives Gary M. Stein - Head of Corporate Communications Marc Adam Spilker - President and Member of Executive Committee Martin Kelly - Chief Financial...Show More Summary
Its crunch time in the Florida legislative session, in the final days before the handkerchief is dropped and they all go home. But first there are quite a few items to be resolved.
If the legislature decides to do nothing this session, we will lose $5 Billion in federal funding this year that could have gone to the state, create jobs and help hospitals pay for the care of the uninsured.
It's too easy to just tell legislators that they are wrong. The harder path is to give them the facts and hope they don't ignore...
Tempers are hot and passions are running wild across Florida as the governor and legislature go back and forth, up and down on the topic...
Out of the 50 states, Florida ranks 48th in the number of people that have health insurance. That means only two states have fewer people insured, with Texas being the worst. More than one in every five Floridians have no way but self-pay or no pay when they need medical attention.
To say that the future of Florida's health care assistance plan is in flux is a gross understatement.
A game is being played out in the halls of the Florida State Capital. Sometimes it's dodge ball, with some legislators trying to find any reason to avoid having to accept federal dollars, even if it means that almost a million of Floridians may be without an affordable safety net.
I have been involved in public health since my undergraduate days in the late 1970s, and it was no news to me that diet, exercise and familial patterns can all affect your health. The original study that verified that fact started in 1948 in Framingham, Mass.
You know: the Gary Johnson vs. Jill Stein debate. Of course, I didn't. I was at the Bob Dylan concert. But my son John watched and even live-blogged it. Of course, it's over now, but you can still read the live-blog: 10:24 - Johnson says in his closing statement: "Vote for the person you believe in. Show More Summary
The possibly russologist network RT (not to be confused with "retweet") is tonight broadcasting what will possibly be the last presidential debate of the eternal 2012 campaign, a Free and Equal-hosted affair between Green Party nominee Jill Stein and the Libertarian Party's own Gary Johnson. Show More Summary
Obama's paid a lot of attention to Madison lately, but there's another presidential candidate concentrating on Madison: Jill Stein. (And, as I said yesterday, I think Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party candidate, has a good amount of support in Madison.)