News archive from 24 August 2014

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Munoz shoots 63, trails Ryu by 4

Munoz shoots 63, trails Ryu by 4

LONDON, Ontario -- Azahara Munoz shot a 9-under 63 to move into a tie for second place at the Canadian Women's Open. Despite Munoz tying the course record at London Hunt and Country Club to get to 16 under, leader So Yeon Ryu still leads the...

 

Mane's late goal gives Sporting win over Arouca

LISBON, Portugal -- Carlos Mane scored in stoppage time to give Sporting Lisbon a 1-0 win over Arouca on Saturday, after former Manchester United forward Nani missed a penalty. Mane went on at halftime and netted the winner three minutes into injury...

 
Bolt clocks 9.98 to win 100 race in Warsaw

Bolt clocks 9.98 to win 100 race in Warsaw

WARSAW, Poland -- Usain Bolt ran a 100-meter race in under 10 seconds for the first time this year, clocking 9.98 for a comfortable victory at the Kamila Skolimowska Memorial on Saturday. Bolt's season has been disrupted by a foot injury and he used...

 

ReachLocal CEO talks about the marketing challenges small businesses face

For a small business owner, online marketing and maintaining a strong Web presence can get lost while you’re running day-to-day operations. But with consumers turning to the Web for information, it’s crucial for small businesses to have a digital...

 

The Five: Tips for managing millennials

With more 20-something workers, or millennials, entering the workforce, Dallas marketing executive Amy Power offers tips on how to manage them as they work alongside Generation X and baby boomers. Power is president of Power Public Relations, which...

 

Apple co-founder talks education and other topics at UNT

For budding entrepreneurs hoping to launch a startup after graduation, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has some practical advice. “When you get out of college, you need a job,” he told students at the University of North Texas last week. “You need to...

 

Are retailers tracking your cellphone signals?

Shoppers know there’s a trade-off involved in signing up for a retailer’s loyalty program or app: discounts and rewards in exchange for information about you and your buying habits. But simply browsing in a store with your cellphone in your pocket can...

 

DeCock: From the ACC to the heart of college football's new playoff

Michael Kelly's old constituency was a dozen relatively aligned schools and their bowl partners as a senior associate commissioner in charge of football at the ACC. In his new job, he has to wrangle the divergent needs of the five power conferences,...

 

Singletary: Planning is key factor for retirement

A recent column about the importance of getting your Social Security statement prompted a lot of retirement questions from readers. Readers wanted to know about a plan by Social Security to resume paper statements. Some had tried to get an online...

 

Sherrington: Pete Rose has done his time, should be eligible for Hall of Fame ballot

Twenty-five years ago, I spent a week on the greatest witch-hunt in baseball history. Pete Rose was in his last days managing the Cincinnati Reds, before he signed an agreement on Aug. 23, 1989 that banned him for life because he bet on baseball. He...

Dallas News, 19:08 in Sport
 

Business book reviews

Enhancing Your Executive Edge Kim Zoller and Kerry Preston (McGraw-Hill Professional, $25) You may not be an executive in your organization, but you are the CEO of Me Inc. You are responsible for your career planning and follow-through. There are two...

 

Yes, you can now buy a washing machine at NorthPark

Appliance and plumbing stores don’t usually make it into mall directories. That’s been a Sears mainstay. But what would such as specialty store look like if it was expected to share the corridor with the No. 1 Neiman Marcus store and a top-grossing...

 
Rays protest 5-4 loss to Blue Jays in 10 innings

Rays protest 5-4 loss to Blue Jays in 10 innings

TORONTO -- The scoreboard said Tampa Bay lost on Saturday. Rays manager Joe Maddon wasn't buying it. Jose Reyes singled home the winning run in the 10th inning, and the Toronto Blue Jays beat Tampa Bay 5-4 in a game the Rays played under protest...

 
Carolina Panthers 53-man roster projection, version 4.0

Carolina Panthers 53-man roster projection, version 4.0

During a five-day span this week, the Panthers will go from 89 to 53 players (OL Edmund Kugbila is on injured reserve). The first cuts come Tuesday, when NFL teams must get to 75 players. But the big day will be Saturday, when the Panthers will see if...

 

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