• Trump's Medicare chief tweeted a shirt with 'Medicare for All' on it and called it 'this year's scariest Halloween costume'

    15 days ago - By Business Insider

    Seema Verma, the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, poked fun at the growing Medicare For All movement in a tweet Wednesday.
    Verma tweeted a picture of a shirt with "MEDICARE FOR ALL" on it with the caption: "This year's scariest Halloween costume goes to..."
    Medicare for All is becoming an increasingly popular idea among Democratic candidates - and the general public.
    Seema Verma, the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, took a Halloween shot at the growing "Medicare for All" push among Democrats.
    In a tweet, Verma posted a picture...
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  • The tactics behind The Athletic's breakout success in sports subscriptions

    The tactics behind The Athletic's breakout success in sports subscriptions

    15 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    Local newspapers may be shuttering and people may be consuming most news on social media, but don't tell Alex Mather that a subscription news publication can't grow like a unicorn startup. His 2-year-old sports publisher The Athletic has gained over 100,000 paid subscribers and has a 90% retention rate.
    Having already raised $30 million in its short life, the company announced a new $40 million Series C yesterday, led by Founders Fund and Bedrock Capital. It reportedly values The Athletic around $200 million.
    I interviewed Alex Mather and Eric Stomberg to understand what's behind the...
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  • Athletes brought their A game for Halloween this year - check out the best costumes in the world of sports

    Athletes brought their A game for Halloween this year - check out the best costumes in the world of sports

    15 days ago - By Business Insider

    Happy Halloween!
    This year, some of the top athletes in the sports world celebrated the holiday with some pretty incredible costumes. Some went with spooky get-ups, while others made references to pop culture or other athletes.
    Check out some of the best of the bunch below: The Portland Trail Blazers absolutely crushed it this year.
    Before Portland's contest against the Washington Wizards October 22, the players arrived at the Moda Center rocking their Halloween costumes.
    Small forward Moe Harkless dressed as famous David Chappelle character Tyrone Biggums.
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