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Mo’ Bettahs Promotes President Rob Ertmann to CEO

Rob Ertmann Popular Hawaiian-style concept selects restaurant industry veteran from within organization to lead expansion Salt Lake City, UT  (RestaurantNews.com)  Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style Restaurant today announced its appointment of Robert Ertmann as chief executive officer of the authentic, island-inspired brand. It is a promotion for Ertmann, who has served as president of the fast-casual…

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Hollywood
Box Office: August Revenue Tumbles 43 Percent From Pre-Pandemic Times

A slow August at the domestic box office wasn’t an ideal way to end a summer that was otherwise a huge boon for theater owners and Hollywood studios as they collectively emerged from the COVID-19 crisis. Revenue for August 2022 looks to clock in at estimated $475 million-$477 million, which — outside of the past…

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ByteDance Lowers Stock Option Offering Price to $155 Per Share

Your browser does not support the audio element. ByteDance, the parent of short-video platform TikTok, is planning to lower the price of its stock options to $155 per share to enhance the benefit space of employees and allow them to share in the growth value of the company, an internal email of ByteDance obtained by…

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Lawyers for Brian Flores, Steve Wilks, Ray Horton Call Out NFL’s ‘Kangaroo Court’

Joe Sargent/Getty ImagesLawyers representing NFL coaches Brian Flores, Ray Horton and Steve Wilks in their class-action lawsuit against the NFL and its teams stated in a brief filed Wednesday that sending the case to the league’s arbitration process would lead to “unconscionably biased one-sided ‘kangaroo courts'” deciding the matter, per Larry Neumeister of the Associated…

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Science & Nature
Understanding cooperation and conflict in plant symbionts

The traditional idea of symbiosis — long-term interactions between two organisms — is that the participants mutually benefit each other. However, researchers have debated whether the interests of the symbionts always line up with the hosts they inhabit, or whether genes that benefit symbionts might come at the expense of their hosts. A new study…

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Cully’s Yamaha Launches New Online Motorcycle Store

Cully’s Yamaha, a leading motorcycle dealership in Perth, Western Australia, today announced the launch of its new online store. The new site offers customers an enhanced shopping experience with convenient features such as product filtering and detailed product descriptions. In addition, customers can now purchase products from anywhere in Australia and have them shipped directly…

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Bitcoin (BTC) And Ethereum (ETH) Could Dip Lower Than the Recent Bear Market

As hawkish remarks from the US Federal Reserve concerning inflation and the economic slowdown continue to weigh on riskier assets, the price of bitcoin today rose to trade above $20,000 after falling below the level in the previous sessions. At $20,333, the largest and most widely used cryptocurrency was trading slightly higher. According to recent data,…

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Darren Helm’s Day with the Stanley Cup

Despite nearly blinding its onlookers – as a result of its silver and nickel alloy beaming brightly against the morning sunlight – the up-close view of the iconic trophy was ideal for taking in the rich history that is showcased throughout every inch the nearly three-foot tall Cup. The quiet viewing was joyfully interrupted by…

Magellan got the credit, but this man was first to sail around the world thumbnail
Science & Nature
Magellan got the credit, but this man was first to sail around the world

ByPablo Emilio Pérez MallaínaPublished August 31, 2022• 12 min readMooring at the southern Spanish port of Sanlúcar de Barrameda on September 6, 1522, the Victoria’s hull was so rotten that it could only stay afloat by continually operating the pumps. Three years before, the ship had set out from port as part of a proud,…

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Inside the U.S. response to Iran on the draft nuclear deal

The U.S. told Iran through EU mediators that linking the UN investigation of Iran’s undeclared nuclear activity to the reimplementation of the 2015 nuclear deal could delay lifting U.S. sanctions, according to a U.S. official and a think tank expert briefed on the issue.Why it matters: The issue of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)…