Monthly Archives: July 2019

“Rabbit Ball,” “Juiced Baseballs,” and Record Home Runs

MLB Commissioner, Rob Manford, denies any intestinal manipulation. Tony Clark, the players’ association’s executive director, begs to differ. Mr. Manford acknowledged that the sports is considering new specifications. And, beneath it all is an interesting conflict of interest. MLB purchased … Continue reading

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Tesla Has Record Deliveries

“I want to be clear that there is not a demand problem.” Those are Elon Musk’s words as he indicated that total delivers would be between 80,000-90,000 cars. He indicated there might be an all-time record for deliveries. The things … Continue reading

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Genetic Genealogy: DNA Samples Are Solving Cold-Case Crimes

Those DNA tests that the family history sites run are quite fun. You can find relatives that you never knew that you had. However, once those DNA profiles are out there for public consumption, crimes can be solved. For example, … Continue reading

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Boeing Begins Gives $100 Million to Families of Victims of Two 737-Max-Jet-Crashes

In what is its strongest statement of responsibility for the crashes of two of its 737 Max jets, Boeing will give $100 million to support the families of the victims. Government and nonprofit organizations will assist in the distribution of … Continue reading

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The Diversity CEOs

The methodology description is fuzzy, but USA Today published a study by Comparably on the “Top-rated CEOs for Diversity.” The data were collected from June 7, 2018-June 7, 2019 and were collected from a pool of “ethnically diverse” employees (anonymously). … Continue reading

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U.S. Supreme Court Will Tackle the NJ Convictions for “Bridgegate”

Aide to former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (Bridget Kelly) and Port Authority executives Bill Baroni and David Wilder were convicted of federal crimes for creating a traffic jam closing of highways leading to the George Washington Bridge. They said … Continue reading

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The Wayfair Walk-Out Over Sales of Mattresses to Baptist Children’s Family Services

The news stories laud the courage and activism of the Wayfair employees. However, one must look far and wide to find an important part of the story. Wayfair was not selling mattresses to ICE, as some stories reported, or the … Continue reading

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