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San Francisco 49ers - TeamReport
http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/thomson-reuters/140125/san-francisco-49ers-teamreport
Once he was back, the team began to play its best ball of the season, lending credence to the peaking-at-the-right-time mentality the team and fans shared alike. It wasn't a misguided notion. The 49ers had gone on the road and beaten Aaron Rodgers at 

New to theaters and now playing
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I, frankenstein: This efface to Mary Shelley stars Aaron Eckhart from "The Dark Knight" as the proverbial undead creation of Victor Frankenstein. What's different is that the The BOOK THIEF: In a lavish adaptation of Markus Zusak's best-seller

Lifting pediatric patients' spirits
http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/palm-beach/wellington/fl-cn-hero-0126-20140124,0,5145047.story
Organization: Team Aaron Inc. is a nonprofit dedicated to providing love, fun and happiness to children fighting cancer. One of its initiatives is Aaron's iPad Lending Library, which was started by Sarah and her mom, Deborah, after they saw the

Wells Fargo move acknowledges Lending Club as competitor
http://www.sfgate.com/business/networth/article/Wells-Fargo-move-acknowledges-Lending-Club-as-5166339.php
Wells Fargo move acknowledges Lending Club as competitor Some took the news as another sign that peer-to-peer lending is becoming a force to be reckoned with. "To be singled out by a bank of Wells Fargo's caliber is a bit of an honor," says Aaron Vermut, president of Prosper Marketplace, also based in San 

Aaron English, Like Smoke

Great song from Aaron English called like smoke I just wanted to share this one with everyone. Also if you have bad credit and need to fix it up ...

Why PayPal Doesn't Want to Lend You Money Anymore

Who will fund the loans to PayPal customers?

That will be Synchrony’s (syf) job. The company is already a leading provider of private label consumer credit cards and has almost $80 billion of outstanding loans. That gives Synchrony much bigger scale than PayPal, helping profitability, and greater diversification of borrowers, which at least in theory should make its portfolio more recession-proof.

PayPal is losing out on revenue from the interest, so why did its stock price go up?

PayPal’s shares were up almost 5% to an all-time high of $76.84 in midday trading on Thursday. Part of the excitement was that it was getting out of a business that Wall Street didn’t much like, as noted above. But also, PayPal (pypl) said that as part of the sale (which isn’t expected to be completed until next year) it would share in some of the revenue from Synchrony’s lending activities. So the deal could provide the proverbial win-win with both companies coming out ahead.

Aaron Gordon Questionable to Play Against Nets With Sprained Ankle

Oct. 20, 2017

NEW YORK – An Orlando Magic team looking to push the pace and use their multitude of athletes figures to need all those weapons tonight against the Brooklyn Nets – another up-tempo team wanting to run as much as possible.

However, Orlando’s best pure athlete, power forward Aaron Gordon, could be slowed in a game that might very well resemble a track meet at times at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.

Gordon sprained his left ankle in Orlando’s season-opening defeat of the Miami Heat on Wednesday and is officially listed as questionable for tonight’s 7:30 p.m. tipoff in Brooklyn. Gordon didn’t practice on Thursday, but he did go through a Friday morning practice with the Magic (1-0). Afterward, Gordon said he didn’t like the way his ankle felt.

``Ehhhh, ehhhhhh,’’ Gordon said playfully when asked how his ankle felt as it was being wrapped in ice. ``I came down on it pretty awkwardly last game in the second quarter when I got hit. So we’ll see (about playing tonight).’’

Simple Interest Question?

Please I need help with this question

Martha lent Aaron money 3 years ago at a simple interest rate of 14%. He repaid her in full plus interest of $399. How much did she lend him 3 years ago?


P = principal
I = interest earned annually

Want P + 3I = 399

Also, we know that I = 0.14P

So, P + 3(0.14)P = 399

1.42 P = 399

P = 399 / 1.