RadioShack isn’t exactly the largest company in the electronic world today. I'm not sure where they got the loot to...
Jul 24 2009, 7:00am CDT
Source: The A.V. Club
Until two years ago, Greg LeMond was the first, but not only, American winner of the Tour de France, the pinnacle of competitive cycling. After Lance Armstrong, here casually and wholly admonished as the gods of cycling now demand, was stripped of his titles, LeMond remains the only champion from the United States. His chief rival was also his teammate, the last Frenchman to win the Tour, Bernard “The Badger” ...
Full article at: The A.V. Club
17 hours ago
Source: The Business Insider
The former CFO of a software firm that was acquired by HP has filed a lawsuit challenging a settlement between HP and HP shareholders over that troubled acquisition. Late last month, HP settled three lawsuits from shareholders in which those shareholders agreed to drop legal claims against HP executives and board members over its $11 billion acquisition of software firm Autonomy. As part of the agreement, HP agreed to pay the share ...
Full article at: The Business Insider
2 days ago, 3:02pm CDT
Lance Armstrong's Livestrong foundation has announced the launch of its first iPhone App called Livestrong.com Calorie...
Nov 6 2008, 7:00am CST
Source: CBS2 Chicago
One small step mistake for [a] man woman? …
By John Dodge
CHICAGO (CBS) — Nearly 45 years ago, Chicago stopped to watch as Lance Armstrong set foot on the moon
Armstrong was not only the first man on the moon, but he also won the Tour de France many times, although he cheated.
Here is a trivia test: Which one of the facts in the above two sentences is not correct?
If you answered Lance Armstrong, you would be correct.
You also would not be the person who wro ...
Full article at: CBS2 Chicago
5 days ago, 3:09pm CDT
Source: CBS Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – There’s a catch to the story about a fan who nearly caught a ball at the Home Run Derby with his bare hand: It never happened.
Jordan Jacobson tweeted a picture of his bruised hand on Monday night. The 19-year-old told reporters the swelling happened when he tried to catch a home run hit into the stands at Target Field.
But on Thursday, Jordan confessed to making up that story, calling it a joke that ...
Full article at: CBS Minnesota
5 days ago, 10:47pm CDT
Mobility that matters in China.(Photo: GothPhil)
Good morning! Here are the bike links from around the world that caught our eyes this week:
Self-driving bike: Chinese search giant Baidu says it’s one-upping Google by prototyping an autonomous bicycle by the end of 2014.
Better taxis, fewer DUIs: In Philadelphia, San Francisco and Seattle, ridesharing and hailing apps (still illegal in Portland) seem to be reducing drun ...
Full article at: BikePortland.org
Jul 14 2014, 10:50am CDT
Source: The Huffington Post: UK Edition
Defending champion Chris Froome has abandoned the 2014 Tour de France after a third crash in two days.
The 29-year-old Team Sky rider tumbled to the tarmac on Tuesday's fourth stage, damaging his wrist.
.@chrisfroome abandonne / @chrisfroome gives up. #TDF pic.twitter.com/rHRrXLsOEB— Le Tour de France (@letour) July 9, 2014
He started the cobbled fifth stage from Ypres to Arenburg Porte du Hinaut, which took place in torren ...
Full article at: The Huffington Post: UK Edition
Jul 9 2014, 8:50am CDT
This article was originally published on Cyclingnews.com.The old saying is that you should never go back but Cyclingnews can reveal that Bradley Wiggins and his former team manager at Garmin, Jonathan Vaughters, have held informal conversations about the possibility of reuniting next season.Wiggins is out of contract at the end of 2014 and after missing out on a Tour de France spot has talked to a number of teams. He was link ...
Full article at: BikeRadar.com
Jul 2 2014, 9:23am CDT
Wrist Dreams reports that Nike offers new Lance Armstrong 10/2 watches.
The Nike Limited Edition Lance Alti Chrono Ti...
Jun 22 2007, 5:00am CDT