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Archive for December, 2016

CB Sean Harper re-commits to WSU after signing with Cougars two years ago but detouring to JuCo

Thursday, December 1st, 2016:

The Cougars signed Sean Harper two years ago, but he never made it onto campus because he didn’t have the necessary test scores. Two years at a Mississippi Junior College later, Harper has re-committed to WSU Cornerback Sean Harper signed with Washington State in February 2015 out of Hart County (Hartwell, Ga.) High, but never actually joined the Cougars on campus because of low test scores, and ended up enrolling at Holmes Community College in Mississippi. In the college football recruiting world, it’s extremely rare for a non-academic qualifying signee who hits the junior college circuit to end up back […] Read More →

Entire internet will be saved in Canada to keep it from Donald Trump

Thursday, December 1st, 2016:

The entirety of the internet is going to be stored in Canada to stop Donald Trump losing it. The Internet Archive – which exists to keep a store of the internet and of human knowledge – has said that it will be moving its store of the web to another country in order to keep it safe. It said it made the decision in the wake of the election of President-elect Trump, who has in the past suggested “closing up” the internet. The decision has been made because libraries tend to get lost, it said. But that had become extra […] Read More →

U.S. judge throws out Kodak, Fujifilm aluminum price-fixing cases

Thursday, December 1st, 2016:

NEW YORK A U.S. judge on Wednesday threw out the last vestiges of private litigation over alleged aluminum price-fixing, dismissing lawsuits by Eastman Kodak Co, Fujifilm Holdings Corp, Reynolds Consumer Products and three other plaintiffs. U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest in Manhattan on Oct. 5 dismissed nationwide litigation in which purchasers accused Goldman Sachs Group Inc, JPMorgan Chase & Co, mining company Glencore Plc and others of conspiring from 2009 to 2012 to boost prices by reducing supply. Forrest later agreed that the other six plaintiffs were entitled to have their claims considered separately because they had filed their own […] Read More →

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