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Obama Fundraiser Could Cause Havoc for Fashionistas

A political fundraiser for President Obama, set to take place in Manhattan Monday evening, may inconvenience fashionistas heading to the annual Costume Institute Gala, which is being held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, according to The New York Post.

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Charter Moves Forward on Friendly Bid for Time Warner Cable

John Malone, Chairman of Liberty Media, the dominant shareholder of Charter Communications, reportedly called Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus in recent days about a friendly merger following the collapse last week of an offer by Comcast to buy Time Warner, according to the Wall Street Journal blog. Malone and Marcus appear be discussing a 3-way merger that would challenge Comcast’s industry dominance.

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Five Dating Lessons From ‘Mad Men’

As Mad Men begins to wrap-up with only three episodes left in the series, I’ve been watching every episode twice. A few weeks ago a line Peggy Olson said struck me as totally out of sync with today’s times.

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DC GamerGate meetup disrupted by ‘feminist bomb threat’

A 250-strong meetup of GamerGate supporters, which included game developers, journalists and think-tank scholars were evacuated from a bar in Washington D.C on Friday after an anonymous bomb threat was made against the gathering. This followed an unsuccessful social media campaign spearheaded by anti-GamerGate Salon columnist Arthur

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Lawyers That Won NCAA Anti-Trust Case May Receive $50 Million Fee

U.S. Judge Nathanael Cousins, at a San Jose hearing on Wednesday, called the ground-breaking case against the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) an “adventurous and risky lawsuit.” The judge signaled he is likely to award the $50 million requested by plaintiffs’ lawyer Hausfeld LLP, who won what Cousins called “the most significant antitrust case of the era.”

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