NFL Week 11 has revived the tried-and-true Survivor strategy of fading the Jets. That’s because 0-9 New York visits the Chargers, a team almost no Survivor player has used. But is L.A. the optimal play for your knockout pool picks?
The SportsLine Projection Model continues to crush this format, nailing its Survivor pick in all 10 weeks. Based on which available team was winning the most simulations, the model supported Kansas City in Week 1, followed by Tennessee, Indianapolis, the Rams, Baltimore, Miami, Buffalo, Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh and Green Bay last week (beat Jacksonville, 24-20).
With those 10 teams off the table, the model has settled on an extremely strong Week 11 pick. You’ll want to see it, too, given the model’s record.
This model, which simulates every NFL game 10,000 times, is up over $7,800 for $100 players on top-rated NFL picks since its inception five-plus years ago. It
The New York-based software maker that helps companies automate routine processes is working with JPMorgan Chase & Co., Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse Group AG and Bank of America Corp. on the planned share sale, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the information is private.
The company’s plans, including the timing of a listing, could still change, the people said. UiPath is also
The suspension of Ant Group’s highly anticipated initial public offering took center stage in all Alibaba (BABA) related news last week. The Chinese e-commerce giant owns roughly one-third of the fintech company, which was expected to go public last Thursday. But things didn’t go as planned, as the Chinese regulators halted the $34.5 billion public debut – the largest IPO on record.
While the IPO is expected to get the go ahead eventually, the unfolding drama made for an interesting backdrop to the release of Alibaba’s quarterly numbers.
F2Q revenue increased by 30% year-over-year to 155 billion renminbi ($22.8 billion) and came in in-line with consensus estimates. The company beat on the bottom line, with Non-GAAP EPS of $2.65 beating the Street’s call by $0.58.
While Mobile MAUs (monthly active users) increased by 12% year-over-year to 881 million, the growth decelerated compared to the 16% growth exhibited in
Computers are more compact than ever before. But, if you don’t already know about the VoCore2, you haven’t seen anything yet. That’s because this Linux machine takes portability to a whole new level. And now you can pick one up for just $69, which is a sweetheart of a deal.
The VoCore2 is a super small, coin-sized, open-source Linux computer system. But don’t let its miniature stature fool you. Inside is some pretty serious circuitry that lets it perform powerful feats. You can use it as a VPN gateway, an AirPlay music streaming station, a private cloud for your own personal data, and more. The possibilities are only limited by your imagination.
This computer is feature-packed. It supports USB 2.0 and can even connect to the web. Plus it comes bundled with a super bright four-inch screen so you can display photos or videos. Interested? Then jump on this deal
The last month saw Palantir (NYSE: PLTR) and Snowflake (NYSE: SNOW) – two relatively high profile software players go public. Snowflake’s software enables organizations to manage and analyze large quantities and diverse types of data across public clouds such as Amazon’s AWS in a single, easy to use platform. Palantir offers big data and analytics solutions primarily used by governments and intelligence agencies, although it has been expanding its presence in the commercial space.
While the two companies are focused on big data, investors are valuing them very differently. Snowflake stock trades at over 120x projected FY’21 Revenues (FY ends January) while Palantir trades at just about 15x projected FY’20 Revenues (FY end
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A few decades ago the charity management software was just a tool to manage the members of the non-profits. Today the scenario is different; many software available in the market can be used for both management of members and fundraising strategies.
Choosing a system that can act as an online platform for donation can be a tedious task especially when you are not a tech-savvy person. Even if you do not know about the latest trends and updates in the online charity management software you can still buy the ideal software by getting the answers to some important questions.
Here are the questions to consider before you buy charity software for fundraising –
Will the Payment Process be Safe for the Donors?
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