A Startup Just Raised $1 Million In A Week To Create This Gadget That Tells You How To Sleep Better - Yahoo Finance
But everything changed for Alicea in December 2013 when he became involved in a confrontation with Orange County deputies at downtown Disney. Cellphone video captured Alicea's takedown by deputies, who said he was intoxicated and had tried to attack them. Alicea denied that and claimed it was the opposite that actually happened. He was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting with violence. "He just pushed me, shoved me and tried to choke me, and slammed me on to the ground," Alicea said. When the 24-year-old, who was represented by the Baez Law Firm, showed up for his trial at the Orange County Courthouse in uniform, prosecutors filed a motion to keep his military connection out of the trial. Judge Jennifer Davis granted the motion and ordered Alicea to change into spare clothes provided by the public defender's office. "It felt like getting stabbed," Alicea said.
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Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done A Startup Just Raised $1 Million In A Week To Create This Gadget That Tells You How To Sleep Better By Lisa Eadicicco 33 minutes ago 0 shares The Sense "Everyone sleeps." It's as simple as that, says James Proud, the founder and CEO of Hello Inc., when asked about why his company decided to create the Sense sleep tracker. The Sense blew past its Kickstarter goal to hit the $1 million mark in less than a week. Now, 9 days into its campaign, Hello Inc. has raised $1.4 million to fund the Sense. "Most people dont walk a lot every single day," Proud told Business Insider. "But everyone has to sleep every single day." Sense is a sleep tracker that not only tells you how well you slept, but it also tries to provide insight as to how you can sleep better. Most fitness trackers, such as the Jawbone Up24 or Fitbit Flex, can tell you when you woke up during the night.
Football Shrine Seeks to Teach NFL Values to Corporate America - Bloomberg
Close The Pro Football Hall of Fame would like to induct corporate America. The Canton, Ohio-based museum will enshrine its seven-member Class of 2014 on Aug. 2: linebacker Derrick Brooks, punter Ray Guy, defensive ends Claude Humphrey and Michael Strahan, offensive tackle Walter Jones, wide receiver Andre Reed and cornerback Aeneas Williams. David Baker , who in January became the Halls president and executive director, has aspirations of highlighting the attributes of great football players to build an academy of excellence that would host corporate retreats. Also seeking to have a hotel and conference center built next to the Hall, Baker will submit the results of a feasibility study to its Board of Trustees shortly after enshrinement weekend. Ive spoken to a million sales forces and management teams, and every one of them is trying to build a championship team, Baker said in an interview. Its not just a museum for football, it is really about a message of excellence for everyone, everywhere. Baker, the former commissioner of the Arena Football League, played professional basketball in Europe .
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