The following is a selection of the most important news affecting the oil market.
Chris Petersen’s departure for the University of Washington may cost Boise State University more than its football coach. It also has a $40,000-a-year payment from Nike Inc. on the line.
A yellow jumpsuit worn by martial arts star Bruce Lee in his last film sold for HK$780,000 ($100,600) in a Hong Kong auction.
The University of Washington hired Boise State coach Chris Petersen to replace Steve Sarkisian, who left the Huskies four days ago to take over the University of Southern California football program.
Ex-football players’ head-trauma lawsuits against the National Collegiate Athletic Association, unlike National Football League cases consolidated by federal judges and later settled for $765 million, defy easy grouping.
The University of Southern California selected Steve Sarkisian as the permanent successor to Lane Kiffin, who was fired as football coach in September.
The University of Southern California is hiring Steve Sarkisian as football coach, ESPN reported, citing people familiar with the situation.
American Indians may have a more complex pool of ancestors than scientists once thought, according to a 24,000-year-old arm bone found in Siberia.
When the whole world was going to hell, the safest place to be was a government job in a big city such as New York.