Denton is also looking to sell Gawker. Publishing company Ziff Davis (owner of IGN, PCMag, and other sites) is reportedly interested in buying Gawker for less than $100 million, according to Recode. Gawker’s banker, Mark Patricof, believes that they will get higher offers once they have bankruptcy protection. Either way, it is not expected that Denton will sell until after he either has success against Hogan with an appeal, or Gawker completes its reorganization. … [Read more...] about Don’t Worry Gawker Fans, Site Won’t Shut Down Even Through Bankruptcy
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Trump is adding South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg (BOO’-tuh-juhj) to the mix of potential rivals that have his attention. He said mockingly Wednesday at a rally in Florida that he would like to see the 37-year-old Buttigieg representing the U.S. against President Xi Jinping of China in trade talks. … [Read more...] about The Latest: Trump: Don’t worry about US-China trade talks
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I don’t remember any of the amazing birthday parties my parents threw for me. I don’t remember the names of any of my favorite teachers from grade school. I don’t remember my excitement on the day I got any of our beloved pets growing up. But I will tell you – I remember the dress I was wearing, the color of the bows my mother had put in my hair, and the look on my mother’s face when I mumbled my answer that day. I will always remember those things. I believe that’s why I feel it is my duty as an ethical attorney to try to help you from making those same memories for your own children. … [Read more...] about The Road Less Traveled: Don’t Put Your Children in the Middle of Your Divorce
But, alas, San Diego ran into an unusual problem during the recent drought: too much water. Statewide water restrictions were of the cookie-cutter variety, applying pretty much equally to areas that had lots of water and those that didn’t. Local officials protested to the state, contending we were being penalized for doing the prudent, albeit costly, thing: building an adequate supply. … [Read more...] about Rain? We don’t need no stinking rain!