In the history of professional wrestling tag teams, the billionaire Mark Cuban and his Japanese business partners make for one of the industry’s more dissonant stables.
Ben Holland holds a Mason jar, tilting it slightly to show the powdery 90 milligrams of the antibiotic tylosin inside. “It’s about the amount that one animal gets in a day,” he explains, in a small factory that produces feed for 48,000-odd cattle packed in pens in Tulia, Tex.
Dropbox is the latest so-called unicorn to trot into the public markets. Some 36 million shares in the company, based in San Francisco, were sold Thursday for $21 apiece, higher than the range of $18 to $20 a share that the company’s investment bankers had recently envisioned.
Looking for love or a “casual encounter”? You’ll have to find it someplace other than Craigslist. The venerable online classifieds site removed its “personals” section this week, after Congress sent a bill to President Trump aimed at curtailing sex trafficking.