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Heat Force Game 7

By: Tony Gaglione Las Vegas Informer In a must win game for the NBA championship the Miami Heat kept hope alive with a 103-100 victory in overtime over the San Antonio Spurs. Ray Allen hit a late three point shot to send the game to overtime as well as making clutch free throws to seal […]

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Bad Blood Ends Up In Suspensions

By Tony Gaglione Las Vegas Informer On Tuesday the Arizona Diamondbacks and the LA Dodgers had a bench clearing brawl ending in eight suspensions of players and managers including 10 games to Arizona pitcher Ian Kennedy. In the 6th inning Kennedy hit Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig in the nose with a pitch, Dodger pitcher Zack […]

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A New Home

By Tony Gaglione Las Vegas Informer Tim Tebow is back on the practice field for the first time this year with a brand new team, the New England Patriots. Tebow signed a 2 year deal with no guaranteed money involved whatsoever. With a QB like Tom Brady to learn behind and former coach Josh McDaniels […]

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An Original Six Final

By: Tony Gaglione Las Vegas Informer Last night in double overtime the Chicago Blackhawks knocked out the defending Stanley Cup champions LA Kings in game 5 of the Western Conference Finals. The Blackhawks Patrick Kane netted a hat trick with the final goal being the winner in overtime at 11:40. “Right now I think it’s […]

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Anthony Scaramucci – The Man behind the SALT Conference

By Denise Savello Las Vegas Informer The SkyBridge Alternatives (SALT) Conference, created in 2008 and hosted annually in Las Vegas and Singapore, was started by Anthony Scaramucci, founder of SkyBridge Capital, and his partner Victor Oviedo as a geopolitical and macroeconomic meeting of the minds for world political leaders, money managers, and hedge funds. SALT […]

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The Hall Of Shame

By: Tony Gaglione Las Vegas Informer From the 1990s up to today professional baseball has been rocked by steroid scandal. Players with hall of fame numbers like Barry Bonds, Alex Rodriguez, and Mark McGwire, all with over 500 home runs have a better chance of going to jail rather than Cooperstown. What bothers a man […]

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Pacers Force Game 7

By: Tony Gaglione Las Vegas Informer With a 91-77 win, the Indiana Pacers have forced a pivotal game 7 with the Miami Heat. Led by Paul George and Roy Hibbert, the Pacers won the defensive battle and forced Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh off their games. George and Hibbert combined for 52 points and 19 […]

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A Hall Of Fame Career – Brian Urlacher

By: Tony Gaglione Las Vegas Informer Six days ago one of the greatest linebackers in Chicago Bears history and maybe the NFL announced his retirement from the game of football. “After spending a lot of time this spring thinking about my NFL future, I have made a decision to retire,” Urlacher said. “Although I could […]

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One More Year – The BCS System

By Tony Gaglione Las Vegas Informer Since 1998, the BCS (Bowl Championship Series) has been selecting the two teams that play for the college football national championship, and since 1998, the nation hasn’t agreed much. The BCS bases its selection of the national championship game on polls, and numerous computer selection methods, one being strength of schedule. Large […]

Bitcoin-Buzz: Key Notes from the Bitcoin2013 Keynote Presentation

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Bitcoin-Buzz: Key Notes from the Bitcoin2013 Keynote Presentation

By: Marvin Raab, Columnist Informer Media Group The Bitcoin2013 Convention ( offically kicked off on Friday with Bitcoin Foundation’s ( acting Executive Director Peter Vessenes thanking Assistant Executive Directory Lindsay Holland for single-handedly coordinating the three-day 1000+ attendee convention in San Jose, CA. According to Vessenes, the Foundation has two paid employees; Holland and Lead Developer Gavin […]

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