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Lance Armstrong Settles $100 Million Federal Fraud Case For $5 Million
By Bernie Woodall, Reuters
The former cycling champion was accused of defrauding his sponsor, the U.S. Postal Service, by using performance-enhancing drugs.
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Lance Armstrong's Cameo In A Doping Comedy Is Strange But Fun
Todd Van Luling
He's essentially the star of "Tour de Pharmacy."
Why This Austrian Designer Reads About Lance Armstrong And Elon Musk
Matthias Mentasti reads not only design-related books but also about world class athletes and tech visionaries to live big and do what makes him happy.
The Solution To Doping Is To Extend The Blame Beyond Athletes
Despite continued efforts, the practice of doping persists and seems to be so entrenched in professional sports that no doping sanctions, however harsh, will be able to eradicate it.
The Rules of the Politics Game -- Are There Any?
Founder and CEO, PurpleAmerica.us
Lying and lack of integrity have been equal opportunity labels with both parties in the game of politics, and the repercussions to individuals at fault have been few.
See The Ripple Effect Of Lance Armstrong's Doping Scandal In 'The Program'
Stephen Frears' new biopic chronicles the cyclist's fall from grace.
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What I Learned Training for 'American Ninja Warrior'
Single Mom, Blogger, Motivational Speaker, 2X American Ninja W...
Yes, I have Parkinson's disease and I tried out for
American Ninja Warrior
. Yes, I would love to be on the show for a multitude of reasons. However, what I've learned training to be a ninja has far outweighed the benefits of being on TV.
Live From Toronto Film Festival: Monday Sept. 14
Author, film critic, filmmaker
was, for me, the find of the day -- an intensely emotional film based on a true story that could easily win Julianne Moore her second Oscar in a row (and, perhaps, earn a nomination for the terrific Michael Shannon).
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Feds Demand Lance Armstrong's Medical Records In Lawsuit Against Him
By JIM VERTUNO, AP Sports Writer, Associated Press
Their suit is to recover millions of sponsorship dollars paid by the U.S. Postal Service.
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You Know You're on the Big Island When....
Author of 'Unworthy,' 'Party of One', and 'Stuck.'
Admit it. Sometimes you're all: These giant spider lilies, these feral pigs and this supermarket aisle stocked entirely with cans of Spam have me mystified. Where am I?
Brand Lesson: 'Spokescreatures' Often Work Better Than Spokespeople
President Kalb & Associates and Assistant Professor of Clinica...
Unlike spokespeople that age, die, have affairs and do other things that can damage your brand, mascots are ageless brand representatives that help your target audience develop a closer relationship with your products.
8 Reasons Your Success Is Inevitable
Benjamin P. Hardy
Husband and foster father of 3. Pursuing Ph.D. in Organization...
When you commit to a dream, your life is forced to change. Your growth forces the egg you're in to crack. You've outgrown it. You're ready to fly.
Men and Their Embryos
Liam Robb O'Hagan
The moral dilemma here is this: Should one person's right be a parent outweigh another's not to be forced to become a "genetic parent" against their will?
Faithful Shopper: Re-Cycle Your Fitness
Faith Hope Consolo
The Queen of Retail - Creating Beautiful Retail Corridors Worl...
It's spring at last, and time to get yourself in shape for summer. One of the great exercises around, that's particularly easy on the joints, is cycling.
Celebrating Rendez-vous With French Cinema at 20: Leading Ladies and Manly Men
Author, 'Kerouac's Spontaneous Poetics'
What makes French films, eh, French? The facile answer: a focus on love: married, obsessive, at first sight. In its 20th season the popular Rendez Vous at Lincoln Center, shows a penchant for action adventure -- and, serial killers.
Communications: Resolving the Trust Deficit
Liz Wainger is President of Wainger Group, a communications fi...
Your claims about being the best thing since sliced bread might get someone to buy your product or support your cause, but the experience must live up to the hype. Ask yourself whether you company or organization really does deliver on its promises.
New York Times Magazine Relaunches With Largest Issue Ever
NEW YORK -- Just four months after its parent company cut 100 people from the newsroom, Wednesday night The New York Times
Lance Armstrong Ordered To Pay $10 Million In Arbitration Ruling
In addition, the panel wrote that Armstrong and Tailwind Sports "expressed no remorse to the panel for their wrongful conduct."
Rage Against The Machine Bassist's New Band, Future User, Recruits Lance Armstrong For 'Mountain Lion' Video
Rage Against The Machine bassist Tim Commerford recently started up a new band, Future User, taking on bass and vocal duties
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Lance Armstrong: I'd Probably Cheat Again
BBC sports editor Dan Roan speaks exclusively to Lance Armstrong in the disgraced cyclist's first TV interview since he confessed to doping over two years ago.
Moral Ambivalence Improves Politics -- And the World
Stephanie Fairyington is a New York City based journalist who ...
AMBIVALENCE IS RARELY, if ever, cast as a positive attribute in our culture. It's associated with indecision, a lack of commitment, weakness.
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