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Soccer-liverpool Pull Out Of Remy Deal After Failed Medical - Reports - Yahoo Sports

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Employers can begin enrolling in the program immediately as long as they are a current member of an NAHB member association in Tennessee. Amos Maki Fortune Honors Ronald McDonald House Board Vice President Nancy Mills , board vice president for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Memphis, has been named one of Fortune Magazines 50 Heroes of the 500 for 2014 for her philanthropic work on behalf of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Memphis. Mills employer, Cardinal Health, nominated her because of the volunteer work shes done through Alis Way, the non-profit she founded in memory of her daughter, Ali, who passed away in 2005 after a battle with cancer. As Vice President of Health Systems for Cardinal Health, Nancy keeps a busy professional schedule but also still makes time to serve on the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Memphis Board in addition to hands-on volunteer work at Ronald McDonald House. As well as raising more than $400,000 for Ronald McDonald House, Alis Way hosts a dinner and breakfast every month at Ronald McDonald House. Alis Way also provides support to Ronald McDonald House for special projects throughout the year. Andy Meek 2014 Ole Miss Football Guide Now Available College football season is almost here, but theres still time to do a little homework. So, if youre wondering how the Ole Miss roster will look this fall, theres time to read up on this years team and to reflect on teams past. The 2014 Ole Miss Football Guide is available for purchase at OleMissPublications.com . The 208-page book contains rosters, bios, statistics on returning players and incoming signees, and a preview of the upcoming season.
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Loic Remy's Liverpool move 'collapses' - Yahoo Sports

Remy, 27, flew to Boston last week to join up with the Liverpool squad and undergo a medical examination but the Premier League club have put a stop to the deal following the results of the examination. Neither Liverpool nor QPR have made any official comment on the deal falling through. Remy, who scored 14 goals in 26 Premier League appearances while on loan at Newcastle United last season, had agreed personal terms with Liverpool, but is now set to return to QPR. Liverpool began the move after their bid of 8.5 million pounds ($14.5 million) for the player triggered a release clause for his departure from the west London club. Remy was part of the France squad that reached the World Cup quarter-finals in Brazil , making two substitute appearances, in the 0-0 group stage draw with Ecuador and the 1-0 quarter-final defeat by Germany . He was expected to be among a raft of new signings at Anfield as manager Brendan Rodgers bids to strengthen his squad ahead of the new season in which Liverpool return to the Champions League for the first time since 2009. Liverpool finished second to Manchester City in the Premier League last season. Southampton's Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana , who will miss the first six weeks of the season with a knee ligament injury, joined Liverpool along with Emre Can of Bayer Leverkusen and Benfica's Lazar Markovic for a combined cost of 59 million pounds. Croatian defender Dejan Lovren is also expected to arrive at Anfield in a 20 million-pound move from Southampton while Belgian teenager Divock Origi , who also made his mark at the World Cup, is thought to be arriving from Lille on a 10 million-pound deal, but could be loaned back to the French club. Rodgers has money to spend after the 75 million ($128.2 million) sale of Uruguay striker Luis Suarez to Barcelona.
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The France international, who spent last season on loan at Newcastle United, was also thought to have agreed personal terms. But several British media outlets, including the BBC, claimed on Sunday that Liverpool had pulled out of the transfer due to worries about Remy's physical condition. Remy, who began his career at Lyon, joined QPR from Marseille in January 2013 for a club-record fee of around 8 million. Following QPR's relegation to the Championship at the end of his first season, he spent the 2013-14 campaign on loan at Newcastle, scoring 14 goals in 26 Premier League games. QPR will play in the Premier League again next season after securing promotion via the play-offs in May. Remy has scored five goals in 25 international appearances for France and was a member of the squad that reached the quarter-finals at the World Cup. Liverpool have already spent in the region of 60 million during the close-season transfer window. They have signed England pair Adam Lallana and Rickie Lambert from Southampton, German midfielder Emre Can from Bayer Leverkusen, and Serbian forward Lazar Markovic from Benfica. Lallana, however, will miss the start of the season after being ruled out for up to six weeks with a knee injury.
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Report for Detroit creditor nearly doubles value of DIA collection at $8.5B | The Detroit News

Detroit News PhotoStore Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done This Is Why Shorting Stocks Is So Brutal By Myles Udland 5 hours ago 0 shares . Mike Nudelman/Business Insider Jim Chanos, president of Kynikos Associates, has long been one of the most outspoken and successful short sellers in the market. It's just not a great idea to short stocks. Last night, drug development company Puma Biotechnology reported better than expected breast cancer trial results, and shares of the company rallied nearly 300% afterward. Yesterday, activist investor Bill Ackman gave the "most important presentation of his career," regarding his short position on Herbalife. During Ackman's presentation, Herbalife shares rallied. If you were long shares of Puma Biotechnology before last night's close, your position is now worth almost 3 times as much. If you were short shares of Herbalife ahead of yesterday's open, your holdings are now worth almost 20% less.
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Boulder, Broomfield, Weld commercial deals: July 28, 2014 - Boulder Daily Camera

Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes gets underway Aug. 14. Two creditors, Financial Guaranty and Syncora Corp., have argued strenuously that a sale of museum assets would net far more than the $816 million grand bargain worked out by the museum, foundations and the state, and which was just approved by city government pensioners. The grand bargain was designed both to protect the art from sale, and minimize cuts to city retiree benefits. One New York art-world financier, Asher Edelman of Art Assure, said he was unfamiliar with Wiener or VWA, but called the new figure perfectly possible. Edelman added that in terms of what the art could fetch at auction, The devil is in the details that is, whether or not the collection were sold all at once, flooding the market and diminishing returns, or spaced out over a number of years. Museum officials could not be reached on Saturday for comment. According to the report, Wiener served for 20 years as the executive director of the Appraisers Association of America. His online biography says he was also director of fine arts for Christie's in Rome. The report also says Wiener was an expert witness in several high-profile art cases including matters concerning the estates of Andy Warhol and Louise Nevelson, and litigation concerning two of the most important works by Damien Hirst. The VWA appraisal, conducted with the help of 11 experts in various fields, anticipates that the collection would be used as collateral for a loan to the city, not sold. This echoes one of five proposals for monetizing the collection put forward by Christies Appraisals when it issued its report in December. That assessment, which only looked at 2,800 works, or about five percent of the museums collection, put the value between $454 million and $867 million.
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