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NBA: Scottie Pippen Wins $2.37 Million Judgment

Former NBA basketball star Scottie Pippen has won a $2.37 million judgment against a Miami businessman, Craig Frost, and a Miami company, CF Air.

Pippen, who has a home in Fort Lauderdale, and his wife, Larsa Pippen, filed suit against Frost in 2007 regarding Pippen’s disastrous ownership of his own airplane through a company called Air Pip. Advertisement

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that Air Pip had fallen apart in 2004, and Pippen lost a related $5 million judgment in Missouri to U.S. BankbizWatch . Pippen lost a further appeal of that judgment in 2007.

Pippen tried to argue that he was a victim of a conspiracy by those he trusted to put together the airplane deal.

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PowerInbox Revolutionizing E-mail So You Never Have To Leave Your Inbox

New e-mail platform brings apps to e-mail in the same way iPhone brought apps to your phone


If the iPhone brought apps to your phone, the newly launched browser extension PowerInbox wants to be the iPhone for your inbox. The goal? To become the future of e-mail.

Currently the platform has three apps that make checking e-mail more productive and interactive: Facebook, Twitter and Groupon.

Here's how it works: Let's say you receive an e-mail notification from Facebook that says someone wrote on your wall. Instead of the e-mail merely linking you to the site so you can interact there, the Facebook "PowerApp" allows you to not only view the post but also see comments and write your own. Similarly, you can watch videos and see photos posted on Facebook from your inbox.

The Twitter app lets you see recent tweets, reply and follow people. When you open a Groupon e-mail, you can see a live countdown of the deal and whether it's been tipped.

PowerInbox plans to bring many more apps like LivingSocial, DropBox and LinkedIn. They're encouraging developers to make their own and asking users to choose which apps they'd like to see next.

In a nutshell, they're revolutionizing the e-mail experience so you never have to leave your inbox.

Abercrombie to pay 'Jersey Shore' cast to stop wearing its clothes

Clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch said it would offer "substantial payment" to MTV's The Jersey Shore's cast members to stop wearing the brand on air.

Mike “the Situation“ Sorrentino may have to find some new attire for his “gym, tan, laundry“ routine.

“We are deeply concerned that Mr. Sorrentino's association with our brand could cause significant damage to our image. We understand that the show is for entertainment purposes, but believe this association is contrary to the aspirational nature of our brand, and may be distressing to many of our fans,“ an Abercrombie & Fitch spokesperson said in a statement. "We have also extended this offer to other members of the cast, and are urgently waiting a response."

The reality show, currently in its fourth season, features hard-partying and hookups in locations ranging from the show's origin, the Jersey Shore to the current season in Florence, Italy.

The castmates have coined terms like "grenade" -- to refer to an unattractive woman -- and has come under fire for their liberal usage of words like "Guido" and "Guidette," which many have argued as adhering to Italian-American stereotypes.

Abercrombie & Fitch is also no stranger to controversy. The all-American retailer has come under fire in the past for a range of topics ranging from negative stereotyping to sexually explicit material and employment practices.

The retailer's stock fell 5 percent in midday trading despite its quarterly earnings, revealed on Wednesday, which beat expectations.

The company reported a net sales increase of 23 percent in the quarter ended July 30, to $917 million. Even more dramatically, it reported a 64 percent surge in net profit to $32 million, or earnings of 35 cents per share.