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Snapchat now lets you add fun stickers to photos and videos

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Snapchat is going all-in on stickers.

The ephemeral messaging app released an update on Monday that lets you add playful stickers to photo and video messages (or “snaps”) in the app. 125 more words

Technology

This inventive way to use Snapchat landed one student his dream summer internship

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It was only fitting that Graham Allgood received his summer internship offer from Horizon Media via Snapchat. 

After all, that’s how he attracted their attention in the first place.  366 more words

Technology

VIDEO MOMENT: The Choco Kebab

Like most young British men (and women), I am very fond of kebabs, the Turkish, Greek and Central Asian fast food delicacy of meat and vegetables in a bread pocket. 342 more words

Features

SEC: Mickelson Made Almost $1M On Insider Trade, Not Criminally Charged

 By:  ESPN The Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday alleged that golfer Phil Mickelson made $931,000 after purchasing stock on an insider trading tip from sports gambler Billy Walters and then used some of the money to pay back Walters, to whom he allegedly owed money.The SEC on Thursday said Mickelson, who was not criminally charged, has agreed to pay back “all ill-gotten gains,” which, including interest, totals $1.03 million.Mickelson instead was charged as a relief defendant, which
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SEC: Mickelson Made Almost $1M On Insider Trade, Not Criminally Charged

By:  ESPN The Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday alleged that golfer Phil Mickelson made $931,000 after purchasing stock on an insider trading tip from sports gambler Billy Walters and then used some of the money to pay back Walters, to whom he allegedly owed money.The SEC on Thursday said Mickelson, who was not criminally charged, has agreed to pay back “all ill-gotten gains,” which, including interest, totals $1.03 million.Mickelson instead was charged as a relief defendant, which… 16 more words

SEC: Mickelson Made Almost $1M On Insider Trade, Not Criminally Charged

By:  ESPN The Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday alleged that golfer Phil Mickelson made $931,000 after purchasing stock on an insider trading tip from sports gambler Billy Walters and then used some of the money to pay back Walters, to whom he allegedly owed money.The SEC on Thursday said Mickelson, who was not criminally charged, has agreed to pay back “all ill-gotten gains,” which, including interest, totals $1.03 million.Mickelson instead was charged as a relief defendant, which… 13 more words