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John Daly is playing golf one day after suffering collapsed lung

John Daly was rushed to the hospital while playing in a golf tournament on Saturday with what his manager confirmed was a collapsed (...)

ALL EYES ON THE US ECONOMY: Here's your preview of this week's big market-moving events (DJIA, SPY, SPX, QQQ, CNY, USO, OIL)

Last week was crazy. At one point, the Dow was down a mind-boggling 1,089 points, 0r 6.6%, in a single day. And yet after being down as much as 5.2% earlier, the S&P 500 managed to close the week up 0.9%. Moving on. It's jobs week in America. Show More Summary

Miyuki Harwood: 62-Year-Old Hiker Who Went Missing In Sierra Nevada Crawled On Broken Bones For Days Before Rescue

Miyuki Harwood, 62 was found alive on Saturday after going missing nine days ago in Sierra Nevada. She was discovered near the Courtright Reservoir in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Somehow she managed to survive in record heat with an out if control wildfire blazing just miles away. Show More Summary

ITK Arsenal fan reckons Wenger has Edinson Cavani up his sleeve for Deadline Day (Video)

With the clock ticking ominously towards the closure of the transfer window (midnight on Monday), Arsenal fans are hoping that manager Arsene Wenger can pull off a last minute deal. Having only brought in Petr Cech so far this summer,...Show More Summary

RiskMap Podcast: Managing Markets in China and the US, Europe's Migrant Dilemma

NEW YORK and LONDON – With Europe mired in a period of economic malaise and many Emerging Markets economies struggling, there are two great engines of the global economic growth these days, China and the United States. Since the beginning of August, one of those two – China – has [...]

A Parent's Guide to Managing a Bullying Child

You walk through the door of your home after a long day and you're bone-tired. You yearn for a moment of peace. So you sneak off to your bedroom and close the door. "Just a few minutes," you think, "That's all I need." As you lie down...Show More Summary

Players 'took advantage' of QPR

Manager Chris Ramsey claims players have taken advantage of QPR, but the "big-spending days" are behind them.

Watson races to joint-top at The Barclays

Two-time Masters champion shoots five-under 65 on opening day while world number one Spieth manages a 74.

Sitges: the other ultimate blunder

The day after resigning in a drawn position, I did the other thing. I accepted a draw in a won position. Horton-Salles, Sitges 2015 round eight, position after Black's 44th. Not only that, but a couple of moves beforehand, I managed to offer a draw in a won position. Show More Summary

Why Doesn't Instagram Allow Me to Manage Multiple Accounts Like Twitter Does?

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The other day I wanted to post a photo to Gizmodo’s Instagram account. I had to log all the way out of my personal account, dig up the password for Gizmodo’s account, log back in as Gizmodo, and post the photo—there was no way to save login information or move seamlessly between them. Why doesn’t Instagram make it as easy as Twitter to post to multiple accounts? Read more...

WDBJ GM: ‘It’s going to take time for us to heal’

Jeff Marks, president and general manager at WDBJ, addresses gathered media outlets Thursday afternoon. (Screenshot) The day after two journalists from WDBJ in Roanoke, Virginia were murdered by a former colleague, the station’s president...Show More Summary

Common Sense: Top Money Managers Take Their Losses, and Move On

Fund investors are looking for opportunities in global stock markets, where share prices have been battered in recent days.

He Scared His Employers So Much They Called The Cops. Still, He Could Legally Buy A Gun.

From the Daily Beast: Vester Lee Flanagan’s bosses called 911 on the day they fired him from WDBJ because of his volatile behavior.... At a February 2013 meeting, WDBJ managers told Flanagan he wasn’t a good fit and would be terminated. Show More Summary

Y Combinator names partner Qasar Younis as its first COO

Y Combinator has named partner Qasar Younis as its inaugural chief operating officer. In this role, he’ll be responsible for managing the day-to-day affairs of the program, including demo days, Startup School, the Female Founders conference, and more. Younis has been a partner at the program since July 2014, but has been associated with it […]

Day's End and Night Watch

Sorry for the slight interruption in the blogging schedule, but I had a radio interview about Biden in which I managed to keep my cool. BTW, after I wrote my...

The Product Manager vs. Project Manager

It was a big day. I was presenting a new product idea to the executive team. After speaking with dozens of customers, the product team knew that we had touched a nerve. This idea would be an excellent way to increase our market share against our competition. Show More Summary

Dog Days of Summer: Book Suggestions from our Furry Friends

The Amazon book editors are moving this week, so while we pack up our books, we're handing the book recommendation reins over to our fuzzy dog companions in the office, who have managed to dodge packing duties due to lack...

Exclusive: Dylan Verlooy in ‘Breaking the Habit’ by Randolph Tan

Breaking the Habit–Dylan Verlooy (Be Model Management) plays model muse for the day as he links up with photographer Randolph Tan for our latest exclusive. Styled by Tan as well, Dylan dons dapper suits and accessories, before heading to the beach where he strips down to his Calvin Klein underwear. Show More Summary

AZ: Bus Riders Ask City to Help Settle Strike

Aug. 25--Sun Tran strike: Day 20 The latest: As picketing continued, the Tucson Bus Riders Union on Monday asked City Manager Mike Ortega and Mayor Jonathan Rothschild to encourage the two sides to settle their differences. Group me...

Setting Boundaries and Managing Time Like a Boss — Because You Are the Boss

It’s a Friday evening at 7:00 pm. My laptop is shut, and I’m done for the day. I’m ready to go out and have dinner with some friends and just one glass of totally-fine-for-my-waistline wine (or three, but who’s counting). And then it happens: the dreaded client email. Show More Summary

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