The Minnesota Vikings waived quarterback Wes Lunt and signed linebacker Noor Davis
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- Michael Jackson’s former pet chimp is an artist
By Johnny Oleksinski - Saturday Jul 1, 2017
Michael Jackson’s former pet chimpanzee Bubbles has found a new passion — painting. His original artwork, and pieces by his fellow primates, will be on display for ten days starting July 21 at Frames USA & Art Gallery in Miami, Fla. Some are priced as high as $2,000. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the...
- AI-enhanced mobile trading app raises $25 million from Eastern Europe
By Vitaly Bulatov - Wednesday Aug 2, 2017
Two major investors from Russia and Belarus have just invested $25 million in Capital.com, a trading app that is similar to Robinhood in the US or Trading212 in Europe — but with a specific AI-powered function that provides users with tailored content based on behavioral analysis.This is the fourth deal under a $100 million investment program targeting AI startups, which was announced in early 2017 by Larnabel VC and VP Capital. The first investments went to Astro Digital, a California-based startup which develops open APIs for satellite imagery, Banuba, a startup with...Read More
- Michael Jackson’s former pet chimp is now an artist
By Johnny Oleksinski - Saturday Jul 22, 2017
Bubbles’ artwork scores an ape-plus. The famous chimpanzee, who once belonged to Michael Jackson, is having his colorful paintings sold at auction at Frames USA & Art Gallery in Miami, Fla. through July 31. At past auctions, his compositions have sold for as high as $1,500. Bubbles discovered his passion for a brush and canvas...
- Trump Tower, a Home for Celebrities and Charlatans
By JACOB BERNSTEIN - Saturday Aug 12, 2017
Michael Jackson lived in Donald J. Trump’s gleaming Midtown edifice. So have gamblers, a disgraced dictator, a Ponzi schemer and a stock huckster.
- Food & Wine Magazine Will Leave New York for Alabama
By STEPHANIE STROM - Friday Jun 23, 2017
The move reflects a changing business in which traditional food magazines, and a Manhattan address, are less important.