He’s going bald and doesn’t like it. So he took Rogaine or minoxidil or some sort of baldness treatment. It contained tamoxifen, a prescription drug normally used to treat breast cancer. It is one of approximately 140 items on the NBA’s banned list. For privacy reasons, nobody has publicly said Calathes’ “medical issue” is baldness. But all you have to do is listen to the whispers and take a look at him. “He’s going bald at 24,” one person said. “Nobody wants to do that.” Nobody wants the world to know they’re slathering on Rogaine, either.Is Nick Calathes missing the playoffs because he’s going bald? | ProBasketballTalk The NBA should most definitely reverse its suspension.
The U.S. National Security Agency knew for at least two years about a flaw in the way that many websites send sensitive information, now dubbed the Heartbleed bug, and regularly used it to gather critical intelligence, two people familiar with the matter said. The NSA’s decision to keep the bug secret in pursuit of national security interests threatens to renew the rancorous debate over the role of the government’s top computer experts.NSA Said to Exploit Heartbleed Bug for Intelligence for Years - Bloomberg
So much for focus. Just three years ago, Zuckerberg was stressing that Facebook would always focus on the Facebook platform. With these moves, Facebook is evolving from a single-purpose social network to a corporate conglomerate.Zuckerberg On Focus - Business Insider
We think the biggest media companies of this generation are being built right now. Every generation has its own set of brands on mediums that are built specifically for them: magazine brands, TV brands, and now Interactive brands.Jim Bankoff Q&A - Business Insider