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Source: Common Domain

Bill Gates: If you want to understand the tech world, watch ‘Silicon Valley’

Today 18:11 GMT

“If you really want to understand how Silicon Valley works today, you should watch the HBO series ‘Silicon Valley,’” he wrote. Gates said he relates most to Richard, played by Thomas Middleditch, an awkward entrepreneur “who is a great programmer but has to learn some hard lessons about managing people.”

He has time to catch up: Season 6 of “Silicon Valley” — which may be its last — won’t be shot until next summer, and likely won’t air on AT&T’s T, +0.20%   HBO until 2020, Variety reported last week.

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Source: BBC

Cleveland Cavaliers: How LeBron James' exit preceded their NBA slump

Today 20:56 GMT

LeBron James' return to the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland comes on Wednesday at 20:00 ET (Thursday at 01:00 GMT), when the Los Angeles Lakers face the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Ohio-born James, 33, solidified his place among the all-time basketball greats as he helped the Cavs to four consecutive Eastern Conference Championships and, in 2016, the team's first NBA Championship. His trade to the Lakers in the off-season broke Cavs fans' hearts - but few could have predicted just how much the impact of losing one man would have on their team.

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Source: DW

Mick Schumacher, Sebastian Vettel to team up at Race of Champions

Today 19:06 GMT

European Formula 3 champion Mick Schumacher announced on Tuesday that he would team up with Sebastian Vettel for Germany at the Race of Champions event in Mexico this January.

The outfit has been a consistent front-runner in recent years in the single-seater race series considered the "feeder" series to Formula 1. Past ART drivers to graduate to the top series include Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Romain Grosjean, Charles Leclerc, Nico Hülkenberg and Jules Bianchi.

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Source: The Guradian

Post-outrage TV: how South Park is surviving the era of controversy

Today 20:55 GMT

By mocking something as ridiculous as climate change deniers, the show is then free to take a swipe at more liberal sensibilities, safe in the knowledge that, as long as the characters (and creators) continue to ridicule their own behaviour, South Park will always be relevant.

More than ever before, South Park is questioning its own place in society, abandoning its usual approach of ‘offend everyone to offend no one’ to instead become more existential.

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Source: Fox News

Colin Kaepernick wants to play in the NFL again but won't get shot with Redskins, reports say

Today 14:31 GMT

The Washington Redskins will be without quarterback Alex Smith for the foreseeable future after Smith's gruesome leg injury in Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans -- but don't expect Colin Kaepernick to come running through the tunnel to replace him.

Though Chad Ryan, who hosts and produces a Redskins-centric podcast, noted Kaepernick and current Washington quarterbacks coach Kevin O’Connell had worked together in the past, and Kaepernick and current Redskins backup Colt McCoy have also worked together, team president Bruce Allen reportedly made clear Kaepernick will never be signed by Washington as long as he's with the team.

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Source: Global News

How much Canadians across the country plan to spend this holiday season

Today 12:41 GMT

A recent survey done by Leger for the Retail Council of Canada (RCC) shows consumers plan to spend $675 on average on everything from gifts to travel to food and entertainment.

A majority of Canadians (65 per cent) say they have either an inflexible or at least somewhat firm holiday budget in mind.

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Source: The Guradian

An introvert's guide to enjoying the party season

Today 11:45 GMT

The Christmas party season is looming and while extroverts are licking their lips at the prospect of a full social calendar, many introverts will be plotting the best way to gracefully avoid the season’s festivities.

“If you think about networking, and the way life works, it’s not feasible to think: ‘I’m going to always be able to avoid a party,’” says Geeta Sidhu-Robb, a professional life coach. “If you have to go, try to make it easy for yourself.”

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Source: Fox News

LeBron James drops 51 as Lakers burn Miami Heat

Today 08:04 GMT

LeBron James continues to defy Father Time, as he dropped 51 points in Sunday night’s 113-97 win over the Heat in Miami to notch yet another milestone in an already illustrious career.

Pausing for a second, before cracking a smile, James quipped: "If there's ever a discussion, games like this will make sure you figure it out."

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Source: The Guradian

The brilliant Saints just turned the Eagles' Super Bowl hangover into a coma

Today 09:00 GMT

The Eagles, Super Bowl coma or not, probably didn’t have much of a chance in upsetting the Saints on the road, although they almost certainly could have at least made a go of it early on.

This more recent embarrassment seemed to be representative of a team that has not just been suffering from a Super Bowl hangover but something more serious. That 2005 team was also just months removed from a Super Bowl appearance, albeit a loss.

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Source: Fox News

Joey Logano spoils Big Three party to win NASCAR title

Today 00:35 GMT

Joey Logano busted up The Big Three and captured an improbable first NASCAR title by soundly beating a trio of champions.

Logano was the favorite to win the 2015 title but missed the finale, was the championship runner-up in 2016 and a penalty kept his No. 22 out of last season's playoffs.

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Source: The Guradian

Hornets' Walker hits 60 in defeat while Warriors suffer fourth loss in six games

Monday 12:40 GMT

Jimmy Butler, in his third game with the 76ers, drained a three-pointer as time expired in overtime and Philadelphia overcame an NBA season-high 60 points from Kemba Walker to beat the Charlotte Hornets 122-119 on Saturday night.

It was just the second time Dallas have beaten Golden State in their past 19 meetings, the other coming in December 2015, one of only nine games the Warriors lost that regular season.

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Source: Global News

Jays add pitching depth trading infielder Aledmys Diaz to Houston Astros

Sunday 20:54 GMT

The Toronto Blue Jays traded utility infielder Aledmys Diaz to the Houston Astros on Saturday for starting pitcher Trent Thornton.

Devon Travis is the incumbent at second base, Tulowitzki has made it clear he expects to start at short, and Brandon Drury is at the top of the Blue Jays’ depth chart at third base. 1993 Toronto Blue Jays reunite for 25th anniversary of World Series win. However, Lourdes Gurriel Jr., had a breakout year in Tulowitzki’s absence, while Yangervis Solarte and Richard Urena split time at third last season.

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Source: Common Domain

Stocks just saw the best earnings season since the financial crisis, and nobody cares

Sunday 12:39 GMT

Earnings for S&P 500 companies grew by 25.8% in the third quarter, the strongest performance since the third quarter of 2010, when companies benefited from very attractive, recession-era comparable earnings.

Nevertheless, from the start of earnings season to the close of trade Friday, the S&P 500 index SPX, +0.22% has fallen 2.7%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.49% 1.1%, and the Nasdaq Composite Index COMP, -0.15% 5.5%.


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