Pro Bowl

So I’m a sucker and watched part of the Pro Bowl today. I’m trying to figure out what was worse: Completely empty stands (which would never happen in the MLB despite rain) The fact that the NFL has to write “NFL All-Star Game” on the screen in case fans don’t

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Pinterest visits level off

Great article in the WSJ about Pinterest, visitors, and sales. Customers referred by Pinterest spent 2X per order ($140-$180) than those coming from Facebook, and 3X per order than those coming from Twitter. Source: RichRelevance Unique visitors to Pinterest via desktop machines has leveled-off in the past year. This does

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Peer-to-Peer Lending and Community Banks

Check out my recent post over at Peer Lending Advisors on Peer-to-Peer Lending and what Lending Club’s partnership with community banks means for P2P Lending and banking in general. http://www.peerlendingadvisors.com/what-community-banks-signing-on-with-lending-club-means-the-future-of-p2p-lending-and-banking-in-general/

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Betting on the Super Bowl 2014

For those prepared to take the risk of a futures bet on the 2014 Super Bowl at such an early stage in the NFL season, there is plenty of information about which teams are favourites available at bookmakers. The Broncos have been installed by sports betting pages as the hot

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