Miami Heat star Chris Bosh was diagnosed as having blood clots, more formerly known as pulmonary emboli, in his lung yesterday. He will miss the remainder of the season, according to team and NBA officials. The Heat released a statement yesterday: “The Miami HEAT announced today that Chris Bosh will miss the […]
First Citizens Bank & Trust Company, Inc. (“FCB”) won a Judgment of over $3 million against Mark Epstein, Andrew Kelly, and their company, Mahalo Investments III, LLC, in the State Court for Cobb County, Georgia. During the post-judgment discovery of the debtors’ assets, FCB learned that Epstein and Kelly owned interests […]
Unless you’ve been hiding out in a cave I’m sure you’ve heard about the longshoremen’s work slowdown at 29 west coast ports. It’s slowing down and some would say crippling the movement of an unbelievable amount of meat, flowers, food and other products that aren’t moving through the supply chain, […]
We need to look beyond the mere applications of science and learn to value the wonder of discovery once again.
At the recent Japan Amusement Expo I was able to have a good play of the upcoming arcade game, Pokkén Tournament. It was surprisingly good, mainly due to its varied and involved game system. Now you can see for yourself how the game works, as Bandai Namco have released a […]
Blinded by oil, Batista thought nothing could possibly go wrong. Until it did. And boy did it ever.
If you follow the financial reports of McDonalds — the biggest hamburger and French fries chain — closely, you would probably conclude that burgers and fries are falling out of favor among consumers. Moreover, its coffee and shakes business do not seem to have helped enough.
Mayweather v. Pacquiao may be about the title, but it’s also about money. Pacquiao owes the IRS and Philippine tax man, and his return to Las Vegas means IRS will win big.