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NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament-2nd Round-Kansas vs Eastern Kentucky(The Sports Xchange) - Talks between the Chicago Bulls and Minnesota Timberwolves surrounding forward Kevin Love threaten to derail talk of a newly formed 'Big Three' in Cleveland. The Cavaliers are offering No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins and 2013 top pick Anthony Bennett to acquire Love from the Timberwolves, but Chicago is still in the picture, according to ESPN. Trade options from the Bulls are likely to be young veterans and former first-round picks Taj Gibson and Jimmy Butler. It is not known whether the Bulls would part with sweet-shooting forward Doug McDermott. ...

Los Angeles Clippers would lose players, sponsors if Sterling stays: CEO
Clippers owner Sterling sits with companion as he watches team play Knicks in NBA game in Los AngelesBy Eric Kelsey LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The Los Angeles Clippers could face an exodus of players, sponsors, fans and their coach if embattled owner Donald Sterling is still associated with the team, Richard Parsons, the franchise's interim chief executive, said on Tuesday at a trial over the NBA team's $2 billion sale. Parsons, the former Time Warner CEO who was installed by the NBA to run the Clippers in May, testified that the team would likely lose profitability and its overall value if sponsors, one of its top revenue streams, leave because of Sterling. "We have a bunch of sponsors who are sitting at the edge of the pool and they don't want to go into the water," Parsons told Los Angeles Superior Court a day after failed settlement talks between Sterling and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, who won the bidding for the team. The 80-year-old real estate billionaire has been banned for life by the NBA for taped racist remarks that were made public.

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Apple's iPhone sales rose 48 percent in China in June quarter: CFO
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple's iPhone unit sales in greater China jumped about 48 percent and Mac computer sales rose 39 percent in the June quarter, Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri told Reuters on Tuesday. Lower-cost phones sold there by up-and-coming rivals, such as Xiaomi, appeared to be taking market share mainly from other companies that rely on Google's Android mobile software, Maestri added. "We have a really good runway in front of us with China Mobile," Maestri said in an interview, referring to Apple's main carrier partner in the world's No. 2 economy. ...

BES sells private bank as shareholder placed under management
A woman walks past the Espirito Santo Bank (BES) branch in Lisbon on July 10, 2014The main shareholder of troubled Banco Espirito Santo (BES) was placed in receivership on Tuesday as Portugal's largest listed lender announced it has sold off the bulk of its Swiss-based private bank. Luxembourg's district court in a statement said it had agreed to a Friday request from Espirito Santo International (ESI) that it be placed under "controlled management". Portugal has been thrown into turmoil since allegations emerged of accounting irregularities in ESI, owned by the high-profile Espirito Santo family, cast doubt on the strength of its economy. Lisbon has admitted the crisis engulfing the giant Banco Espirito Santo group could affect Portugal's recovery after the country emerged from an international bailout in May.
   

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