Samsung Unveils Note 9, Upgraded Watchand Home Speaker

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Apple Inc.’s upcoming iPhones over the holidays. The 6.4-inch screen Note 9 will start at $999.99 and max out at $1,249.99 — becoming, at about $100 above the iPhone X’s upper limit, one of the world’s most expensive consumer phones. It looks similar to last year’s 6.3-inch Note 8 but sports a revamped Bluetooth stylus […]

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Hiding My Depression Almost Destroyed My Job

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If you spent any time on social media this past weekend, you no doubt saw hundreds — nay, thousands — of people reflecting on the recent suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. Some wondered what could have motivated these two wildly successful people to take their own lives. Others noted that we can never […]

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New Zealand female and male soccer players will be paid equally

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Ali Riley of New Zealand's Football Ferns.Image: Andy Lyons/Getty Images New Zealand has taken a huge step when it comes to equality in sport. The country’s chief footballing organisation, New Zealand Football, and the New Zealand Professional Footballers’ Association (NZPFA) have come to an agreement which will see international players representing the country paid equally. […]

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NFL’s Litany of Excuses Runs Out After Ratings Fall for Second Year

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TV networks are running out of excuses for the dwindling popularity of the Walt Disney Co. set to report earnings in the next few days, analysts are bound to raise questions. These companies have used the popularity of the games to extract additional fees from cable operators, promote other shows on their networks and sell lots […]

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Sports teams won’t stay at Trump’s hotels, which is hitting his wallet hard

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The Chicago Cubs visited Trump at the White House, but other teams refuse to stay at his hotels.Image: Mark Wilson/Getty Images President Trump has been riling up pro athletes with disinvitations to the White House and attacks on police brutality protests. Now some teams are hitting back where it hurts: his wallet. Pro sports teams […]

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Ban Kneeling Pro Athletes, Trump Repeats After Curry Slam

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President Donald Trump, a one-time football team owner, is ratcheting up his rhetoric against professional sports and some of their stars — and at least one league and some athletes are giving it back to him. Hours after profanely criticizing NFL players who protest police brutality by kneeling during the national anthem, Trump took to Twitter […]

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