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August 24, 2005 | From Bloomberg News
Gateway Inc. on Tuesday named John Goldsberry as chief financial officer and said it would resume making PCs in the U.S. next year. Goldsberry, 51, succeeds Rod Sherwood, 52, who announced his retirement in June, Gateway said. Goldsberry was chief financial officer of EMachines Inc., which Gateway bought in February 2004, for $234.5 million. The appointment adds another former EMachines executive to Gateway's top ranks. Chief Executive Wayne Inouye held the same position at EMachines.
March 22, 2003 | From Associated Press
Drew Nicholas wasn't supposed to have the ball. Good thing for Maryland the intended play didn't work out. Nicholas dribbled nearly the length of the court and swished a desperation three-pointer as the horn sounded, giving the defending national champion Terrapins an improbable 75-73 victory over North Carolina Wilmington at the NCAA South Regional on Friday night.
December 29, 2004 | From Associated Press
Backup forward J.P. Batista made eight of nine shots from the field for a career-high 18 points, and Adam Morrison scored 19 to help 12th-ranked Gonzaga defeat third-ranked Oklahoma State, 78-75, Tuesday night at Oklahoma City. Batista, who had never scored more than 10 points in a game, received more playing time because Ronny Turiaf, Gonzaga's leading scorer, was hampered by an ankle injury and was in foul trouble.
March 13, 2006 | Diane Pucin, Times Staff Writer
Sometimes the NCAA gives us what we want. Sometimes not. If the seedings hold in the Atlanta regional, No. 1 Duke will play No. 2 Texas for a spot in the Final Four. This would be a replay of one of the most disappointing games this season -- when No. 1 Duke dominated then No. 2-ranked Texas, 97-66, Dec. 10 at the Meadowlands in New Jersey. No one demanded a rematch. After winning both the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season and tournament titles, the Blue Devils were awarded the No.
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