Retired professional boxer Laila Ali, daughter of Muhammad Ali, talks to WSJ's Lee Hawkins about being a fighter, her father's influence, and her new career as a health and fitness expert, including her role co-hosting a new TV show called "Everyday Health."
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- Aly Raisman endured some creepy comments on live TV—and people are pissed
By Martha Tesema - Thursday Jun 22, 2017
Welcome to your UGH of the day,
Aly Raisman was joined by Marcel Dionne at the NHL Awards to present the Lady Byng Trophy for sportsmanship Wednesday night, and when the two introduced each other, things got a really....gross.
Instead of focusing on Raisman's incredible resume—which includes three Olympic gold medals, and UNICEF ambassador—Dionne chose to let his objectification flag wave high.
Raisman introduced Dionne by acknowledging his hockey history. In response, the 65-year-old Hockey Hall of Fame inductee mentioned her Olympic triumphs before saying "look at those legs!” to a mixed reaction from the audience, some who cheered and others who boo'd while Raisman awkwardly chuckled. Read more...More about Sexist, Aly Raisman, Nhl, Culture, and Other
- Makram Ali Died of Injuries in Attack Near London Mosque, Police Say
By SEWELL CHAN - Thursday Jun 22, 2017
The 51-year-old father of six died when a van crashed into a crowd of Muslims after Ramadan prayers early on June 19.
- Last Chance to Grab Your Ticket for Xconomy IMPACT
By Ashley Gentile - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
Tomorrow, join Xconomy at the Museum of Science for a unique multidisciplinary event—IMPACT: Innovation That Matters. There are a lot of topics we’ll cover, but the main focus will be on how innovative technologies and the people behind them can make a real difference in our society. The afternoon will be comprised of keynote speeches, […]
- The Engine, Carbonite, Lola, and More: Here’s the Agenda for IMPACT
By Gregory T. Huang - Wednesday Jun 7, 2017
[Updated, 6/8/17 8:50am. See below] Hard to believe we are just over two weeks away from Xconomy’s big annual tech event in June. IMPACT will bring together leaders from New England’s technology and business community to discuss the future of their fields, but also issues of broader importance: things like influencing policy and making a […]
- Procrastinator’s Special Ending—Grab Your Ticket to IMPACT, June 22
By Ashley Gentile - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017
Next week Xconomy will host its newest event, “IMPACT: Innovation That Matters”—and we’re offering you a chance to save $130 if you register by tomorrow. The afternoon conference features spotlight talks, fireside chats, and panel discussions that will address how top names in technology and innovation are trying to make a real impact on society. […]
- Make Your Predictions for a Free Ticket to IMPACT on 6/22
By Ashley Gentile - Monday Jun 19, 2017
In a few days Xconomy will put on a new type of event called IMPACT: Innovation that Matters. The conference will focus on how technology leaders can make a real difference in society. Thanks to our generous sponsors, we’re excited to announce we have a new block of 25 complimentary tickets to give entrepreneurs in […]
- Watch former Apple engineers and Scott Forstall discuss the creation of the iPhone
By Romain Dillet - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
Last night at the Computer History Museum, former New York Times reporter John Markoff interviewed some of the original engineers who work on the first iPhone that was unveiled in January 2007. Hugo Fiennes, Nitin Ganatra, and Scott Herz all talked about their own experience working on this incredible project. Then, Scott Forstall looked back at his time at the company when he was leading… Read More