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Facebook may have encouraged Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown to record locker room celebration - Following the Pittsburgh Steelers' victory over the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday, All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown quickly made headlines for all the wrong reasons. During the midst of Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin's victory speech, Brown took his iPhone out, fired up Facebook Live and began broadcasting Tomlin's speech in real-time for all the world to see. Comically, Tomlin at one point urged his players to keep a low profile and to stay off social media while Brown and a handful of teammates were hamming it up for the camera. While some found Brown's antics amusing, others took a more hard-line stance and argued that Brown not only violated Tomlin's privacy, but that he also violated an NFL league policy prohibiting players from taking to social media until post-game interviews have concluded. An excerpt of Brown's 17-minute Facebook Live video can be seen below. One week removed from the event, we now have more of an idea as to why Brown thought it might be a fun idea to broadcast Tomlin's locker room speech on the sly. According to a report from, Brown actually has a lucrative six-figure sponsorship deal with Facebook. What's more, another source told NBC Sports that the social networking giant may have even encouraged Brown to film the locker room festivities as a means to drum up brand awareness. Per a league source, Facebook actually encouraged Brown to engage in a Facebook Live session from the locker room after the game. A Facebook spokesperson declined comment on the situation. One other source, speaking on condition of anonymity, admitted that there has been contact between Facebook and Brown but insisted that Brown was not directed to broadcast live from the locker room. Hardly a surprise, Facebook has aggressively been trying to increase adoption of its Facebook Live feature for some time now. This past June, for example, the company inked a deal with influential media companies and celebrities like Kevin Hart and Russel Wilson to create exclusive content via Facebook Live. As for Brown, it was revealed earlier today that he'll be fined $10,000 for his antics. Sun, 22 Jan 2017 18:27:32 -0500
UK seeks interventionist approach to drive post-Brexit industrial revival -

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves the BBC's Broadcasting House in LondonBy William James LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will on Monday outline a new, interventionist approach to balancing its heavily services-based economy for the post-Brexit era, seeking to reinvigorate industrial production and stimulate investment in technology and R&D. Unveiling her long-awaited 'Modern Industrial Strategy', Prime Minister Theresa May will demand closer collaboration within key industries in exchange for government support on regulation, trade and research. May will ask businesses to work together to tackle industry-specific challenges, citing examples of successful collaboration that have helped attract overseas investment from the likes of carmaker Nissan , and enabled aerospace firms such as BAE Systems to develop a competitive edge.

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Samsung burning to regain trust with results of Note 7 fires probe -

FILE PHOTO - An exchanged Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 7 is seen at the company's headquarters in SeoulBy Hyunjoo Jin SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd plans on Monday to reveal reasons behind the spontaneous combustion of its recalled Galaxy Note 7, as the world's biggest smartphone maker works to regain consumer trust before launching its next premium model. The announcement would come more than three months after Samsung scrapped the short-lived competitor of Apple Inc's iPhones, costing $5.3 billion in operating profit. Its reputation damaged, sales of the Galaxy S8 will be widely seen as a barometer of Samsung's ability to bounce back from the debacle.

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