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Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner

Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner

When you hear the term “cultured” meat, you might think of fine Kobe beef or a thinly sliced Prosciutto.But cultured meat is actually grown in a lab using animal cells. Yesterday, Singapore became the first country in the world to…

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The Streaming Wars Have A New Contestant

The Streaming Wars Have A New Contestant

Soon there will be another way to watch hyenas and lions do battle in the Serengeti. Discovery, the owner of HGTV, Food Network, and Animal Planet, will launch its streaming service “Discovery+” on January 4th. Back To Reality Without the…

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The Second-Largest Radio Telescope Is No More

The Second-Largest Radio Telescope Is No More

This story will sting for fans of science, outer space, and James Bond. The famous Arcebio radio telescope in Puerto Rico, until recently the largest radio telescope in the world, has unceremoniously met its end. The telescope’s 900-ton receiver platform,…

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Pedal To The Metal

Pedal To The Metal

Last week it was reported that thousands of dollars of copper wires were stolen from NYC subways. The thieves must have had a beat on the commodity market – copper prices rallied to a seven-year high Tuesday on strong economic…

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Chernin Group Makes A Splash

Chernin Group Makes A Splash

In the world of media, there is nothing more valuable than a passionate audience. And it’s hard to get more passionate than the surf community – just ask those who brave brisk water temps for a solid Nor’easter swell. In…

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Unilever Takes Employee Wellness To Another Level

Unilever Takes Employee Wellness To Another Level

In a rough year for the world, New Zealand has come out a winner. With just 25 coronavirus deaths, the island nation has avoided the worst of the economic and healthcare fallout of the pandemic. Now, certain residents will have…

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Under Armour Wants To Be Like Mike

Under Armour Wants To Be Like Mike

Few have had what it takes to compete with Michael Jordan. But Under Armour is rising to the challenge – at least off the court. In an effort to contend with Nike’s Jordan Brand, the athletic apparel company announced Monday…

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Facebook Steps Up To The Plate

Facebook Steps Up To The Plate

It’s the first thing you learn in public relations school – don’t let two headlines of this type surface on the same day: “Facebook, Google to Face New Antitrust Suits in U.S.” “Facebook confirms it has acquired Kustomer, sources say…

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The PGA Tour Goes International

The PGA Tour Goes International

This weekend was packed with sports action. On top of the normal football docket, Mike Tyson returned to the ring 15 years after his last fight. Charles Barkley and Phil Mickelson defeated Peyton Manning and Stephen Curry in ”The Match,”…

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Arcadia is Unraveling

Arcadia is Unraveling

The fashion world can be cruel and unforgiving. London retail group Arcadia is quickly learning that lesson. The clothing empire is on the brink of collapse in what could be the biggest British corporate bankruptcy of the pandemic. A Thread…

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