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  • Steve Jobs' Secret To Investing In Public Markets

    Authored by Simon Black via, One of the most brilliant businessmen of our time decided to do nothing. In 1997, after being kicked out of his own company, Steve Jobs took back the reins of Apple. At the time, Apple had less than 4% of the personal computer market. And the market didn’t think Apple could do anything more than corner its little niche (while Windows/Intel maintained the lion’s share). Business professor Richard Rumelt spoke to Jobs in the summer of 1998

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  • Sources: Freeze agrees to head job at Liberty

    Former Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze has agreed to become Liberty's new football coach, sources told ESPN. Freeze, who resigned from Ole Miss in July 2017, replaces Turner Gill.
  • Woman with pending lawsuit against Kentucky loses job

    FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A staffer for the House Republican Caucus in Kentucky has lost her job nearly one year after she sued the state saying she was punished for reporting sexual harassment involving GOP…