The world premieres of Joe Wright’s “Darkest Hour,” Angelina Jolie’s “First They Killed My Father,” Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird” and Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris’ “Battle of the Sexes” will be among the highlights of the 2017 Telluride Film Festival, Telluride organizers announced on Thursday.Scott Cooper’s “Hostiles” will screen as part of a tribute to its star, Christian Bale, while Todd Haynes’ “Wonderstruck” will screen as part of a tribute to its cinematographer Ed Lachman.
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- Teradata Acquires San Diego’s StackIQ to Strengthen Cloud Business
By Bruce V. Bigelow - Thursday Jul 13, 2017
Dayton, OH-based Teradata (NYSE: TDC), which has roughly 1,000 employees at its Teradata Labs engineering unit in San Diego, says today it has acquired StackIQ, a six-year-old startup near San Diego that specializes in software used to automate datacenters in the cloud. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. But reading between the lines, […]
- Warriors’ Damian Jones assigned to G-League
By Connor Letourneau - Wednesday Oct 25, 2017
Golden State has assigned center Damian Jones to its Gatorade League affiliate in Santa Cruz, the team announced Wednesday afternoon. The Santa Cruz Warriors opened training camp Tuesday at Kaiser Permanente Arena. Jones, 22, didn’t appear in Golden State’s first four regular-season games. A 7-foot, 245-pound project, he is heading to the G-League to refine his fundamentals and learn how to more consistently play with a high motor. Jones was buried behind Zaza Pachulia, JaVale McGee, David West and Jordan Bell on Golden State’s depth chart. In 10 games with the NBA club last season, Jones averaged 1.9 points and 2.3 rebounds in 8.5 minutes.
- Brand TLDs To Change Online Advertising, Marketing In 2013
Friday Dec 28, 2012
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) held a lottery in Los Angeles last week to decide on which of the proposed new top-level domain names will become the first to go live.Among the banks, media companies and Internet companies, Google applied for 101 and Amazon, 76. There were more than 900 applications for generic names like shop, news, music, and movies. Theorganization released the application list in June.