The FBI spent three years building a case, possibly spending millions of taxpayers dollars, only to land 3 out of 10 convictions (everyone else either got fined, probation, or nothing at all). The Southern District of New York is known for going after high-profile figures such as Martha Stewart, Bernie Madoff, and Michael Cohen—and Dawkins, a relative no-name among NCAA coaching legends and pretty much just the middleman in all of this, gets the harshest sentence of a year and a half. … [Read more...] about HBO’s ‘The Scheme’ reveals that 2017’s NCAA bribery scandal was crazier than you thought
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First, he created the titular song in Tom Hanks’s directorial debut, That Thing You Do!, a sunny 1960s slice of one-hit wonderful. Can you hear the song right now, just from reading those words? That’s the power of indelible songwriting. It’s something you almost never hear in a fake hit song because if a musician is capable of producing such an undeniable jam, why waste it on a movie, where somebody else gets to sing it? Adam Schlesinger’s gift to the world was that he didn’t consider it a waste. … [Read more...] about Remembering Adam Schlesinger, the unparalleled master of pop songs for movies and TV
“The promoters and the investor CDPQ are keen on more focus on the retail segment and therefore, reducing the wholesale book will be a priority. Eventually, the credit business as well will get demerged and make an attempt to become a bank,” said the first source cited above. … [Read more...] about Exclusive | Edelweiss in talks to raise capital in advisory vertical; demerger & listing next on cards
A spike in cases could overwhelm the country's dilapidated health system, ravaged by years of conflict and slim investment by government authorities.Time to show-off your poker skills and win Rs.25 lakhs with no investment. Register Now! … [Read more...] about Rockets hit Iraq’s Green Zone, US-led coalition leaves base
Since I made the move from full-time employment to full-time freelance almost three years ago, I’ve seen a dramatic shift in my productivity—and income. With more hours in the day to devote to building my business, I was able to pitch more outlets, finally incorporate my content agency into an LLC, and eventually hire writers for large blog-development projects for brands. For 15 months of my remote work experience, I quite literally worked from anywhere: trains to the airport in Tokyo, a bus winding through the mountains of Peru, a boat, somewhere in the middle of Mexico’s Riviera Maya region. This was made possible by a sense of adventure and also by Remote Year. … [Read more...] about We’re in the midst of a massive work-from-home experiment. What if it works?