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Daum scores 37, South Dakota State rolls Oral Roberts 84-65

BROOKINGS, S.D. (AP) — Mike Daum had 37 points and eight rebounds, Tevin King had seven assists and eight steals and South Dakota State beat Oral Roberts 84-65 on Saturday. Skyler Flatten and freshman David Jenkins scored 15 points apiece for SDSU (14-6, 4-1 Summit League). The Jackrabbits had 21 assists on 30 field goals […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Daum, Roberts, SDSU, David Jenkins, South Dakota State, Mike Daum, Tevin King


The head of Daimler Trucks, one of the biggest truck makers in the world, reveals what he really thinks about Tesla's semi (TSLA)

Daimler Trucks CEO Martin Daum told Business Insider that he thinks Tesla's electric truck is 'fun,' but that he takes competition from them seriously. Daum also said that cracking the market for Tesla will be tough, specifically because to compete in the trucking space, you need to be able to achieve global scale. Daimler Trucks, which sold more than 500,000 trucks in 2018, is a global leader in trucks, and Daum said the company intends to defend that position.  LAS VEGAS — The man who runs ...
Tags: London, Trends, Tesla, Canada, United States, Las Vegas, Daum, Business Insider, Mercedes Benz, Volkswagen Group, United States Mexico, Daimler Trucks, PACCAR, Martin Daum, Volvo Navistar


South Korean taxi drivers are setting themselves on fire in protest of a proposed ride-sharing app

South Korean taxi drivers are protesting a new ride-sharing app from popular tech company Kakao.  They say the app would make it impossible to make ends meet.  Two taxi drivers have reportedly died after setting themselves on fire to protest the app.  Up to tens of thousands of South Korean cab drivers have been protesting in Seoul for months against a ride-sharing service called Kakao T Carpool . Cabbies said Kakao T Carpool, which would be a ride-sharing app similar to Uber,  would underc...
Tags: Lyft, Asia, South Korea, London, US, Trends, Korea, Reddit, Kakaotalk, Seoul, Daum, Kakao, Reuters, Lim, Lee, Yonhap


Jenkins scores 23, South Dakota St routs W Illinois 100-58

MACOMB, Ill. (AP) — David Jenkins scored all 23 of his points in the first half, Mike Daum had a double-double and South Dakota State cruised past Western Illinois 100-58 in the Summit League opener on Friday. Daum had 15 points and 10 rebounds and the Jackrabbits (11-5) had six players in double figures. Jenkins […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, South Dakota, Illinois, Daum, Jenkins, Western Illinois, David Jenkins, South Dakota State, Mike Daum, MACOMB Ill


Daum breaks South Dakota State's career scoring record

Mike Daum had 41 points, 10 rebounds and four assists, and set South Dakota State's career scoring record as the Jackrabbits beat UTSA 99-79 in the second round of the Gulf Coast Showcase            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, South Dakota, Daum, UTSA, South Dakota State, Mike Daum


Tesla is letting some of its customers drive the all-electric Semi — here's what one thinks of it (TSLA)

Tesla is bringing its upcoming semi truck, the Semi, to some of its customers. One of those customers (UPS) complimented the vehicle. The Twitter account for UPS' Illinois branch posted videos of the Semi on Monday and said it offered a "smooth" ride.  The version of the Semi the company saw is likely a prototype. Tesla declined a request for comment. Tesla is bringing its upcoming electric semi truck, the Semi, to some of its customers. One of those customers — UPS — recently complimented t...
Tags: Twitter, Elon Musk, China, Trends, Tesla, Bloomberg, UPS, Arkansas, The Times, The New York Times, Nevada, Daum, Daimler, Musk, Jpmorgan, Fremont California


Future of Carmel Mountain golf course uncertain

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — A citizens group that came out of the recent Carmel Mountain Ranch Country Club closure, held its first meeting at Highland Ranch Park Wednesday evening. Hundreds of people brought their lawn chairs and umbrellas to find out what may become of the empty golf course that laces in and out of the community. 10News went into Troy Daum’s backyard, which sits along the former golf course. “Well, this was all green grass,” Daum pointed at the dirt behind his home. Since the course sh...
Tags: News, California, Development, San Diego, Club, Daum, KGTV, Hwang, Carmel Mountain, Carmel Mountain Ranch, Carmel Mountain Ranch Country Club, Kevin Hwang, Carmel Mountain Ranch Planning Board, Highland Ranch Park, Troy Daum, Carmel Mountain Ranch Eric Edelman


Board Question #91268: Dear 100 Hour Board and Alumni, What is your opinion ...

Q: Dear 100 Hour Board and Alumni,What is your opinion on Keziah Daum wearing a cheongsam dress to her high school prom? Would you call it cultural appropriation or cultural appreciation?-Cowboy Hat A: Dear Cowboy—I also wore such a dress to my junior prom, but in blue. This girl appropriated my idea, and I'm offended. Jay kay.To quote a Facebook acquaintance, "Culturally significant clothes are off-limits to people not of that culture, unless they've specifically been invited to wear them by...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, China, Daum, Jay, Sauron, Waldorf, Don, Kirke, Keziah Daum, Prof Kirke, Bian Xiangyang, Vape Naysh


Teen whose prom dress sparked controversy speaks out

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Utah teen who wore a Chinese cultural dress to prom, sparking a worldwide debate on its appropriateness, says she bought the garment because of its modesty. The Deseret News reported Tuesday that Woods Cross High School senior Keziah Daum bought the dress at a vintage store. Daum says she […]
Tags: Utah, News, Ap, Salt Lake City, Daum, Deseret News, Nation & World, Keziah Daum, Woods Cross High School


U.S. teen praised for prom cheongsam after online dressing down

A U.S. high school student accused of cultural appropriation for her Chinese-style prom dress is receiving support online from some of the very people her critics say she offended. Photos posted on Twitter by 18-year-old Utah resident Keziah Daum showing off her traditional cheongsam, or qipao, quickly went viral. Many accused Daum, who is not Chinese, of disrespecting Chinese culture and trivialising it with her wardrobe.
Tags: Utah, News, Daum, Keziah Daum


Teenager’s Prom Dress Stirs Furor in U.S. — but Not in China

After a Utah high school student wore a Chinese-style cheongsam, Asian-Americans’ reactions were blistering. But that perplexed many on the other side of the world.
Tags: Utah, News, China, Jeremy, Daum, Lam, Fashion and apparel, Keziah, Proms, Race and Ethnicity, Asian-Americans


17 Things You Must See & Do In Jeju Island

As the largest island off the coast of the Korean Peninsula, Jeju Island—also known as the “Island of the Gods”—is a popular holiday destination for both locals and tourists. In addition, the island has also remained as a top honeymoon destination for Korean newlyweds. But there is really no question as to why this is so. Jeju Island is bursting with endless scenic frames, their coastal line is dotted with picturesque waterfalls and there are various cultural attractions to immerse yourself in....
Tags: Travel, Asia, Anthropology, Wikimedia, Seoul, Daum, Editorial, Unesco World Heritage, Buddhist, Jeju, Jeju Island, Korea Herald, Amore Pacific, Jungmun, Index -, Jeju Island Best Food


Romania fire coach Daum

Bucharest (AFP) – Romania have parted company with German coach Christoph Daum following their failure to qualify for next year’s World Cup, the country’s football federation (FRF) announced on Thursday. “The FRF president Razvan Burleanu and coach Christoph Daum have agreed to end their collaboration before the last two qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup,” the FRF... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Romania, Daum, Afp, Bucharest, Christoph Daum, Razvan Burleanu


Romania coach Christoph Daum faces fishing rod jibe at news conference

It's probably fair to describe Romania national team boss Christoph Daum's relationship with the national press as "fractious". Indeed, the veteran German coach was recently filmed flying into an emotional rage during a news conference after being forced to field what he obviously deemed to be crass questions about his job. Daum also recently stated that the Gazeta Sporturilor newspaper was "only good for wrapping fish," which led to bizarre scenes at another media conference on Monday...
Tags: Football, Blog, Sport, Romania, Daum, Blog Post, Blog - The Toe Poke, Christoph Daum, Gazeta Sporturilor


How a founder went from being worth millions to -$10,000 almost overnight — then rebounded to a $100 million fortune

Jason Calacanis founded  Silicon Alley Reporter, Weblogs Inc, Mahalo, and Inside.com. He turned down a $20 million offer for Silicon Alley Reporter. Then the dotcom bubble burst, and he wound up with a net worth of negative $10,000. Calacanis bounced back and founded Weblogs, which he sold to AOL after 18 months for $30 million. But most of Jason's money has made has by angel investing. He placed an early bet on Uber that paid off, and he’s now a professional investor with his own syndic...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Uber, Spacex, Elon Musk, New York, Hollywood, Microsoft, Yahoo, Wikipedia, US, Trends, Tesla, Thailand, Brooklyn, Aol


7 Smart Ways Business Leaders Can Better Engage Their Employees

Post sponsored by Aurora University Half of all U.S. adults have left a job to get away from their manager at some point in their career, according to a recent Gallup survey. And less than one-third of Americans are engaged in their jobs, a number that hasn’t changed much since 2000 when Gallup first began measuring employee engagement. Lack of employee engagement at work can have a significant negative effect on productivity, customer service, and employee retention, according to OfficeTeam. Th...
Tags: Sales, Management, Employee Engagement, Daum, Peter Bregman, Gallup, Inc, Bregman, Aurora University, Staffing & HR, OfficeTeam, Society for Human Resource Management SHRM, Kevin Daum, Andre Lavoie, Lavoie, Aurora University Half of all U S


7 Smart Ways Business Leaders Can Better Engage Their Employees

Post sponsored by Aurora University Half of all U.S. adults have left a job to get away from their manager at some point in their career, according to a recent Gallup survey. And less than one-third of Americans are engaged in their jobs, a number that hasn’t changed much since 2000 when Gallup first began measuring employee engagement. Lack of employee engagement at work can have a significant negative effect on productivity, customer service, and employee retention, according to OfficeTeam. Th...
Tags: Sales, Management, Employee Engagement, Daum, Peter Bregman, Gallup, Inc, Bregman, Aurora University, Staffing & HR, OfficeTeam, Society for Human Resource Management SHRM, Kevin Daum, Andre Lavoie, Lavoie, Aurora University Half of all U S


What We Get Wrong About Women Who Don't Have Kids

Throughout history, there have always been women who pushed back against the roles society set for them. Suffragettes fought for the right to vote; lesbians fought (and continue to fight) to have their relationships acknowledged publicly and treated equally under the law. But it’s still somewhat taboo for women to push back against the role they have occupied the longest: mother.Childfree and childless have just one syllable’s difference, but they are a huge chasm apart. To treat all women who ...
Tags: Fashion, New York Post, Music, America, New York Times, Lena Dunham, Daum, Los Angeles Times, Gilbert, Bryant, Westin, Elizabeth Gilbert, Lenny, Jessica Alba, Latina, Meghan Daum


Nancy Daum of Pereira & O'Dell, Finalist - Non-Public Company

Agility is key in multifaceted finance job It’s not every day that you find an upstart company looking to buy out its financial backers after just a few years in business. Still, that was the deal Nancy Daum helped orchestrate for San Francisco digital advertising agency Pereira & O’Dell in 2015, seven years after the company was founded. The move countered an ad industry trend toward consolidation under centralized holding companies, but Daum remembers the firm’s founders seeing value in… ...
Tags: San Francisco, Daum, Pereira, Pereira O'Dell, Nancy Daum, O Dell Finalist Non Public Company


Lunch at La Grande Cascade

Enjoying almost a week of non-stop lunches and dinners out, the best of the lot was saved for last Friday at lunch. The publicist for Le Table du Connetable restaurant at Auberge du Jeu de Paume in Chantilly liked a recent article I wrote so much about the restaurant, she invited me for lunch at another restaurant, which her firm represents. Le Grande Cascade is in the Bois de Boulogne near the Longchamp Racetrack. Marie, the publicist was kind enough to pick me up in her car by the A...
Tags: Travel, Usps, Paris, Michelin, Daum, Kraft, Fuji, Restaurant Reviews, Robert, Longchamp, Marie, Arc de Triomphe, Alain Senderens, Gustave Eiffel, Chantilly, Bois de Boulogne


Chili Bowl Night One Recap: Courtney Takes Win

Tyler Courtney scored an emotional Chili Bowl Nationals qualifying night win on Tuesday by wheeling his #Driven2SaveLives machine (which pays tribute to the late Bryan Clauson) to Victory Lane at Tulsa Expo Raceway. “Honestly, I think I’m still in shock. I don’t think it’s really hit me yet. This is really cool with a new team, on the so called dream team that Bryan wanted to put together,” said Courtney. “Bryan [Clauson] was the guy that gave me the opportunity seven years ago. He’s a big part ...
Tags: News, Daum, Bryan Clauson, Bryan, Courtney, Tulsa Expo Raceway


Netflix Is Turning A Popular Web Comic Into A Korean Drama

K-drama addicts should brace themselves for a binge-fest in 2018. Netflix announced Wednesday that it will be producing its first original Korean drama based on an already popular Korean Web comic. The new show, “Love Alarm,” will be a 12-episode live-action version of South Korean graphic novelist Chon Kye-Young’s Web comic of the same name. Similar to Chon’s existing work, the Netflix series will follow the story of a software developer who creates an app that tells users if someone within 10...
Tags: South Korea, News, Netflix, Daum, Huffington Post, Carla Herreria, Moviefone, Chon, Lee Netflix


Romania appoint Christoph Daum as new head coach

Christoph Daum has taken over as Romania coach. Romania have appointed German coach Christoph Daum after being eliminated from the European Championship without winning a game. Daum replaces former Romania legend Anghel Iordanescu, who stepped down from his third stint as coach after his team's exit from Euro 2016. Romania finished last in a group that included France, Switzerland and Albania. The 62-year-old Daum won the Bundesliga with Stuttgart in 1992, the Austrian league with Austria V...
Tags: Football, Sport, Story, Romania, Associated Press, Besiktas, Albania, European Championship, Daum, World Cup Qualifying - UEFA, Stuttgart, Austria Vienna, Christoph Daum, Anghel Iordanescu, France Switzerland


Estimating Influenza Outbreaks Using Both Search Engine Query Data and Social Media Data in South Korea

Background: As suggested as early as in 2006, logs of queries submitted to search engines seeking information could be a source for detection of emerging influenza epidemics if changes in the volume of search queries are monitored (infodemiology). However, selecting queries that are most likely to be associated with influenza epidemics is a particular challenge when it comes to generating better predictions. Objective: In this study, we describe a methodological extension for detecting influenza...
Tags: South Korea, Daum, SVR, Lasso, Social Media Data


Are Facebook And Google Missing The True Profit Potential Of Messaging Apps?

While peer-to-peer messaging on a mobile phone has always been the most basic of all mobile phone features, 2016 is shaping up to be the biggest year ever in the transformation of smartphone messaging into more than just a medium for communication. Putting aside the continued breakout growth of Snapchat and Whatsapp, there's quite a bit happening with the world's two leading message apps: Facebook's Messenger and Google's Hangouts eventually to be remade into Allo. Earlier this year, Facebook o...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Asia, Japan, News, US, Facebook Messenger, Korea, Tencent, Kakaotalk, Starbucks, Pacific Ocean, Daum, Huffington Post, Mckinsey, Google Facebook


[IN&OUT] Opo Generation in Fierce Competition to Join Army

* Before you read, there are many terms in this article that use Korean vocabulary in unique ways. To aid in understanding, here are some explanations of the terms. 1. Sampo Generation: This refers to the generation that gives up three major life events, such as dating, marriage, and raising children. 2. Opo Generation: Same as above, but giving up 5 things, such as social life, and owning a house. 3. Chilpo Generation: Same as "Sampo" but giving up 7 things such as dreams and hopes. ==========...
Tags: South Korea, News, Australia, Korea, Army, Wikimedia, Air Force, Daum, Huffington Post, Statistics Korea, Sampo


Black Desert Online’s big sales show premium-priced MMOs aren’t dead yet

Most publishers have stopped making premium-priced massively multiplayer online games, but the industry still has a number of consumers who want to pay for that content. Korean developer Daum Games has sold more than 400,000 copies of its Black Desert Online MMO role-playing game after only a month on the market in Europe and North America. The developer brought the fantasy game to the West in March at $30, $50, and $100 pricing tiers, and it has instantly clicked with a large audience. Daum thi...
Tags: Europe, Business, Games, West, Korea, Kim, North America, Daum, World of Warcraft, Massively Multiplayer Online Games, Black Desert Online, Daum Games, Black Desert, Daum Games Europe


Chat App Kakao Buys Majority Stake In Korea’s Top Online Music Service For $1.5B

 Kakao, South Korea’s dominant mobile messaging app that merged with Internet company Daum in a $3 billion deal in 2014, is pinning its international expansion hopes on music after it announced plans to spend $1.5 billion buying a majority stake in Korea’s top music service. Read More
Tags: TC, Asia, Korea, Daum, Kakao, Kakao South Korea


Book Notes: Selfish, Shallow, and Self-Absorbed

Meghan Daum is on the “read everything she writes” list for me. I loved her essay collection The Unspeakable. She recently edited a collection of essays from other writers titled Selfish, Shallow, and Self-Absorbed: Sixteen Writers on Their Decision Not to Have Kids. It’s a set of wise, authentic women and men who decided not to have children and who share their reflections on the matter. Daum writes in her introduction, “It’s about time we stop mistaking self-knowledge for self-absorption — and...
Tags: Elsa, Books, Tokyo, Daum, Paul Lisicky, Nathan, Meghan Daum, Laura Kipnis, Courtney Hodell


Germany should offer Mario Gomez return vs. France, Netherlands - Daum

The ESPN FC team discuss Germany as the favourites to win in France at Euro 2016. Germany head coach Joachim Low was unhappy with his side's performance against Georgia, despite winning 2-1 to book their place at Euro 2016. ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik breaks down all the action from Sunday's Euro 2016 qualifying fixtures as Germany, Poland, Albania and Romania all booked their tickets to France. Mario Gomez has scored 25 goals for Germany, but has not pla...
Tags: France, Germany, International, Georgia, Story, Netherlands, Argentina, Romania, Joachim Low, Besiktas, International Friendly, Daum, Fenerbahce, Mario Gomez, Ben Gladwell, ESPN FC