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FanDuel CEO Matt King to step down, plus more

Matt King, chief executive of US fantasy sports and online betting firm FanDuel, is stepping down. King has led the New York-headquartered company since November 2017. He initially joined FanDuel, which is owned by Irish bookmaking giant Flutter Entertainment, in 2014 as chief financial officer, before leaving in 2016 to join insurance broker Cottingham & Butler as president of regional operations and corporate development.
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FanDuel’s CEO Matt King Announces Plans to Leave the Company

FanDuel’s CEO, Matt King announced that he will be resigning from his position. The announcement comes while FanDuel’s owner, Flutter Entertainment, is assessing the possibility of listing a “small stake” of the company in the US. Matt King to Leave FanDuel. Flutter Entertainment announced today that Matt King, FanDuel’s CEO,...
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Fanduel CEO Matt King stepping down, complicating company’s IPO

FanDuel‘s parent company Flutter announced Tuesday morning that FanDuel Group CEO Matt King is stepping down. Sources said that it’s King’s personal decision and nothing indicative of the business, nor is anyone else at the top expected to leave. With King at the helm, FanDuel transformed from a leader in...
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Flutter Announces FanDuel CEO Matt King Plans To Step Down

FanDuel CEO Matt King will step down in the near future, putting plans for a US public listing in question. Flutter Entertainment, the parent company of FanDuel Sportsbook, announced King’s intent to depart the business in an email Tuesday evening. The announcement highlights King’s role in helping FanDuel navigate the post-PASPA landscape in the US;
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Boys athlete of the week: Matt King, Kingwood Park

Notable: The UTSA commitment and four-year starter was 3-for-4 with three home runs and five RBIs in a 9-6 win over Klein Cain last week. He is batting .400 with eight hits, seven RBIs and seven runs in six games so far this season. He also collected two saves on the mound last weekend.
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Our Own Horror: Matt King of PORTRAYAL OF GUILT Discusses the Music, Movies, and Ideas That Influenced Him and We Are Always Alone

Read an in-depth interview with the band's vocalist and guitarist about their newest album, their hopes to score horror films, and King's love of KoRn. Austin, Texas' portrayal of guilt doesn't fit neatly into genre boxes. Their music, rooted in screamo has begun to morph in the last couple of years into a dark, sinister blend with notes of black metal, noise, and more. Across their prior full-length record, 2018's Let Pain Be Your Guide, as well as a string of splits, and an EP named Suffering Is A Gift, the results of tinkering and experimentation show themselves more and more. As a result, the Texas trio has carved out their own niche in extreme music—and garnered rabid support in the process.
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Citi Global Strategist Matt King Is Listening to ‘Money Market Nerds’

(Bloomberg) -- The Treasury General Account is having a moment. Traders of U.S. short-term interest rates have been obsessed with it for more than a year -- during which it quadrupled in size to $1.61 trillion as of Feb. 5. But now that the federal government’s stockpile of cash-on-hand is poised for a big drop, it’s gaining attention as a possible source of liquidity that can sustain financial markets more broadly at record highs.
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10 Questions: Matt King

Executive director of the Arizona Basketball Coaches Association. Tell us about yourself. Do you have a background in basketball?. I walked on as a basketball player at the University of New Mexico. I was a three-time all-state player in high school but was a Division II basketball player masquerading on a Division I team. My passion, even while I was playing, was to be a coach. I was a high school coach for 12 years — eight in New Mexico and four at Sandra Day O’Connor High School in North Phoenix.