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Sean Parker Splits From Founders Fund

Sean Parker Splits From Founders Fund
Founders Fund has one less founder. Billionaire Sean Parker is leaving Peter Thiel’s success venture firm where he had...
Read more Mar 6 2014, 5:36pm CST
 

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Facebook Co-founder Sean Parker Fined $2.5 million for Wedding

Facebook Co-founder Sean Parker Fined $2.5 million for Wedding
Sean Parker staged his wedding at Big Sur. Problem was this is environmental protected area and he did not have the permits. Money is not an issue though and the huge fine actually turns into something good for Big Sur.
Read more Jun 4 2013, 7:27am CDT
 

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Pau Gasol Gives Credit to Joakim Noah for Joining Chicago Bulls
Pau Gasol Gives Credit to Joakim Noah for Joining Chicago Bulls
New Chicago Bulls center Paul Gasol gives credit to Joakim Noah for becoming a new member of the team.
 
Kirk Cousins Needs Improvement on 3rd Down Situations
Kirk Cousins Needs Improvement on 3rd Down Situations
Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins, who threw four interceptions in the 45-14 loss to the New York Giants on Sept. 25, must improve on third down situations. According to CSN Washington, his passer rating of 44.4 on third down is the worst among starting NFL quarterbacks this season.
 
Steve Smith on Release From Carolina Panthers: 'It Was Personal'
Steve Smith on Release From Carolina Panthers: 'It Was Personal'
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith opened up about his release from the Carolina Panthers on Charlotte radio station WFNZ on Oct. 1. Smith said, "It was personal" and felt he "was stabbed in the back."