‘It’s good to be back’: BYU basketball team back on campus for voluntary workouts, though under unusual circumstances

Cougars guard Connor Harding (44) drives the ball down the court in Provo on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020. BYU defeated the Pepperdine Waves 107-80. | Ivy Ceballo, Deseret News The Cougars men’s and women’s basketball teams, and the football team, have been allowed to return to on-campus facilities for voluntary workouts since Monday. But it’s […]

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5 most devastating pass rushers in the NFL

Disrupting opposing quarterbacks has become one of the most lucrative and important tasks the NFL has to offer these days. Those who can rack up the sacks and pressure passers into mistakes are raking in the cash. So, who’s the NFL’s most devastating pass rusher heading into the 2020 season? That’s what we’re going to […]

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A billionaire tech investor is calling out Apple CEO Tim Cook for not speaking up publicly about the company’s values amid protests over George Floyd’s death (AAPL)

Tech billionaire Vinod Khosla is urging Apple CEO Tim Cook to speak publicly about the company’s values in light of the ongoing George Floyd protests. Cook sent an internal memo to staff, which Bloomberg published in full. But Khosla is urging the Apple CEO to speak out despite his relationship with President Trump. Cook’s memo […]

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Prominent Silicon Valley venture capitalist Om Malik is urging people to boycott Facebook: ‘You might be one person with just one account, but you are not powerless’

Om Malik, the founder of the tech blog Gigaom and partner at True Ventures, is calling for Facebook’s 2.5 billion users to delete their Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp accounts to hold the social network accountable. “You might be one account, but if you are one among millions, you will make a difference,” Malik wrote in […]

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Silicon Valley billionaires are lining up to condemn racism. But the tech and VC industry has a shameful, decades-long history of ignoring and perpetuating inequality. (AAPL, CRM, GOOG, FB, NFLX, INTC)

In memos to employees and public social media posts, Silicon Valley leaders voiced support for the call for social justice in the wake of the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. But their expressed concern for systemic mistreatment of blacks by police stands in contrast to the relatively little they’ve done to address endemic inequality […]

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