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OPINION | If Edward Rogers referred to Masai Ujiri as 'arrogant,' he gave the game away | CBC Sports
Six years ago I tried to initiate a move between departments at the Toronto Star, from business, where newsroom leadership sent me in 2011, back to sports, where I had spent most of my time and energy.
Prediction: Juventus vs Sassuolo - Soccer News
Prediction: Juventus win
Midweek football is back in Serie A and given how unpredictable and chaotic the season has been thus far, we're expecting some fireworks.
Abba on their extraordinary reunion: 'We are confronted by our younger selves all the time'
t started with a mysterious image on billboards all over the world (and the internet). The sun rising above four dark planets; the only words Abba: Voyage.
YouTube, Snap and TikTok executives take their turn answering to Washington - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Editor's note:This story is available as a result of a content partnership with The New York Times.
YouTube, Snap and TikTok executives take their turn answering to Washington - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Editor's note:This story is available as a result of a content partnership with The New York Times.
Here's where the candidates stand on vaccine mandates.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the candidates for New York City mayor take opposing positions on coronavirus vaccine mandates.
4 takeaways from the Senate child safety hearing with YouTube, Snapchat and TikTok
Jennifer Stout , left, vice president of global public policy at Snapchat parent Snap Inc., and Michael Beckerman, vice president and head of public policy at TikTok, testify before a Senate panel on Tuesday.
Golden State Warriors associate head coach Mike Brown in line to join 'blank check' sports, entertainment and media company LAMF Global Ventures - San Francisco Business Times
Golden State Warriors associate head coach Mike Brown could join the board of a "blank check" company with a playbook of investing in media, entertainment, sports, e-commerce and technology ventures.
In-Game Ad Startup Admix Snags $25 Million Series B To Woo Brands And Accelerate Growth | AdExchanger
Admix, a London-based startup that helps advertisers programmatically place virtual billboards in mobile and video games, announced its $25 million Series B on Tuesday.