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7 Mid-Cap Stocks That Are Ready to Rally With an Economic Recovery

Between high inflation, a labor shortage and supply bottlenecks, is the post-Covid “recovery” that gave mid-cap stocks a boost ending not too long after it started? Not so fast. Yes, Rising prices, particularly rising energy prices, could limit economic growth in the coming year. But it may not mean a...
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Six VA Sportsbooks Plan To Launch In Coming Months

The Virginia sports betting market is about to expand significantly with six VA sportsbooks launching over the next few months. The first launch should be Bally Bet in mid-November. Bally’s was approved back in March but delayed most state launches until it closed its Gamesys acquisition. The other five operators,...
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Bally’s Corporation Acquires UK Game Studio Degree 53

Omni-channel gaming and entertainment company Bally’s Corporation announced the acquisition of game innovation studio Degree 53 as the latest step to enhance its in-house technology. Enhance In-House Technology. The acquisition of the based in Manchester, UK, Degree 53 will further enhance technical capabilities for NYSE-listed Bally’s Corporation as it continues...
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Bally’s acquires UK-based creative agency Degree 53

Bally’s Corporation Wednesday announced the acquisition of the UK-based creative agency Degree 53. Specializing in multi-channel website along with personalized mobile app and software development for the online gambling and sports industries, Degree 53 is expected to provide functionality for integrating Bally’s mobile platforms. “We are delighted to welcome Degree...
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Mike Silver announces he’s leaving NFL Network, on day his story on Cal McNair’s “China virus” comment runs on Bally Sports

Twitter announcements of people moving on from a job for one reason or another happen quite a bit, and they sometimes happen without a full next destination being announced. But it’s certainly remarkable to a writer make that announcement on the same day they drop a major story elsewhere. That’s what happened with Mike Silver (seen at left above) Tuesday; he put out a tweet saying he was moving on from NFL Network and NFL.com after eight years there, and would be doing some work with Bally Sports and would have more to announce later. Six minutes after that, Bally ran a piece from him reporting Houston Texans’ chairman and CEO Cal McNair (seen at right above) referencing COVID-19 as the “China virus” at the team’s golf tournament this May.
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Taylor Daily Press

African countries have borrowed billions of euros from China. Now comes the problem

China is lending unimaginably huge sums to developing economies. In Africa, it has already surpassed the United States as the largest lender. Now that countries are stuck in the payment, problems arise: No one knows exactly how much was borrowed from China. With upbeat tweets, Zambia’s new president, Hakainde Hichilema...
WORLD

US casinos look to improve gender equity in management

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — (AP) — Diversifying an organization or an industry can be only half the battle: The trick is keeping it diverse. A little over a year ago, Atlantic City was celebrating a wave of female leadership in its casino industry. Four of the nine casinos had women in the top job, a high-water mark for the resort city and for many other casino markets in the country as well.
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barrettsportsmedia.com

Michael Silver Leaves NFL Network

Michael Silver has announced that he is no longer part of the NFL Network. He has some freelance projects in the works. He says more details are coming later. Silver announced that he is doing some writing for Bally Sports. Two months ago it was announced that he would contribute some coverage of the Washington Football Team to the team’s website.
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Bally’s targets improved betting functionality with Degree53 acquisition

Bally’s Corporation has agreed a deal to acquire Manchester-based creative agency Degree 53. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, although the US operator has said the acquisition will “advance Bally’s global omni-channel offering, providing key functionality” to Bally’s various mobile platforms. This includes the integration of Degree 53 technology into the firm’s newly…
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gamblinginsider.com

Bally’s Corporation acquires Degree 53

Bally’s Corporation has announced the acquisition of Degree 53, a creative agency specialising in multi-channel website and personalised mobile app and software development. The Manchester-based agency focuses on the online gambling and sports industries. The group’s “diversified skill set will advance Bally’s global omni-channel offering, providing key functionality for integrating Bally's various mobile platforms,” a statement from Bally’s read.
SOFTWARE
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Mike Lucci, Ambridge native and NFL Pro Bowl linebacker, dies at 81

DETROIT — Mike Lucci, a Pro Bowl linebacker who played nine seasons with the Detroit Lions, died Tuesday at age 81. Mr. Lucci died after an extended illness, according to an obituary posted by Glick Family Funeral Home in Boca Raton, Fla. Mr. Lucci was drafted by Cleveland, but spent...
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Former NFL linebacker Mike Lucci dies at 81

Mike Lucci, who played nine seasons with the Lions, died Tuesday, according to the Associated Press. Lucci was 81. Lucci died in Boca Raton, Florida, after an extended illness. The Browns drafted Lucci in the fifth round in 1961. He played three years in Cleveland and nine years in Detroit.
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FOX Sports

Mike Lucci, Pro Bowl player with Detroit Lions, dies at 81

DETROIT (AP) — Mike Lucci, a Pro Bowl linebacker who played nine seasons with the Detroit Lions, died Tuesday at age 81. Lucci died after an extended illness, according to an. Lucci was drafted by Cleveland, but spent most of his 12-year career with the Lions, from 1965-73. “Many will...
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247Sports

Former Detroit Lions Pro Bowl linebacker Mike Lucci dead at 81

Former Detroit Lions linebacker Mike Lucci died Tuesday at the age of 81 of an extended illness, according to an obituary posted by Glick Family Funeral Home in Boca Raton, Florida. Lucci was drafted by Cleveland but spent most of his 12-year career with the Lions from 1965-73. "We are...
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