- SportsMMA Weekly
It's always difficult to know when to take Conor McGregor's tweets at face value, but his most recent one was a doosie.After saying he was "in" to be the final opponent on Diego Sanchez's current UFC contract, McGregor then went on to explain how he tried hard, pre-COVID, to lock down a "McGregor event" with the UFC.After much back and forth, nothing happened, McGregor got frustrated, and he announced his retirement in June.UFC president Dana White recently said that he had been talking with McGregor about some "fun stuff" coming up in 2021, though he did not confirm that it would necessarily be a fight or fights.Who knows if he is serious, but after explaining his side of things, McGregor on Friday tweet that it was all "water under the bridge" and that he would next be "boxing Manny Pacquiao in the Middle East."* * *TRENDING > Conor McGregor agrees to be Diego Sanchez’s final UFC fight* * *Where this goes from here, who knows? McGregor has tweeted all kinds of things that have kept his profile up, but didn't come to fruition. But then again, that's what we all initially thought about him wanting to box Floyd Mayweather, as well, and he willed that fight into existence. So who knows? Do you think he is serious?https://twitter.com/TheNotoriousMMA/status/1309556090284249090?s=20 https://twitter.com/TheNotoriousMMA/status/1309558301861052417?s=20 https://twitter.com/TheNotoriousMMA/status/1309560270453342209?s=20
SHAREHOLDER DEADLINE ALERT: The Schall Law Firm Announces the Filing of a Class Action Lawsuit Against Blink Charging Co. and Encourages Investors with Losses in Excess of $100,000 to Contact the Firm
LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / September 25, 2020 / The Schall Law Firm, a national shareholder rights litigation firm, announces the filing of a class-action lawsuit against Blink Charging Co.
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Ashley Graham shows you can pump milk and be in a major runway event at the same time Who says you can’t participate in a Fashion Week show for Fendi and be a nursing mom at the same time? Certainly not Ashley Graham, who shared a video of her pumping breastmilk while getting ready for 
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Bill Murray and the Doobie Brothers star in today’s feud you probably didn’t see coming — but then again, it’s 2020. A lawyer for the Doobie Brothers hilariously asked Murray to pay up for using one of the group’s songs in a commercial without permission. Attorney Peter T. Paterno fired off a letter to the “Caddyshack” star, and the only way to describe it is epic. It all started when Murray used the hit “Listen to the Music” in an advertisement for his William Murray line of golf clothing.
- WorldIn The Know
As Yemen grapples with gender inequality, Seham Amer is proving girls have a right to learn how to defend themselves.
(Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. acquired a startup that makes listening to podcasts more like tuning into radio stations, seeking to improve its service amid growing competition from Spotify Technology SA.The Cupertino, California-based technology giant earlier this year bought Scout FM, which was a popular podcast app on iPhones, Android devices and Amazon smart speakers, according to people with knowledge of the deal.While podcast apps, including Apple’s, traditionally work by letting users pick an individual podcast to listen to, Scout FM created podcast stations on various topics. For example, if a person is interested in sports, the app would create a station that mixed together a curated selection of sports podcasts.The app determined a person’s interests based on listening history, inputs of their preferences and suggestions form artificial-intelligence based software.Scout FM was popular among some users of Apple devices and could be integrated with CarPlay, the interface that appears on supported car screens when connected to an iPhone, and Apple’s Siri digital assistant. It was also optimized for devices based on Amazon.com Inc.’s Alexa.An Apple spokesman confirmed the acquisition, but declined to comment further. The company shut down the app after the purchase.Podcasts have been an increasingly key area of content for Apple. The iPhone maker was one of the first technology players to popularize podcasting 15 years ago. It has since slowly added new features to its Podcast app across nearly all of its devices.Apple is developing original podcasts that tie into Apple TV+, Bloomberg News reported earlier this year. That comes as Spotify has quickly acquired a stockpile of podcasts, including the exclusive rights to a show from Joe Rogan, a comedian and popular TV host.The deal for Scout FM is one of several Apple has made so far in 2020. It recently acquired payments company Mobeewave, weather app Dark Sky and virtual-reality content broadcasting company NextVR. Other purchases include Voysis, Xnor.ai and Inductiv to improve Siri and artificial intelligence, Fleetsmith for enterprise device management and VR software startup Spaces.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Acrobatic feats from Denver’s superstar point guard.