Maybe the writer for the Yahoo! front page got caught up in the whole repeating name thing with Phillip Phillips and and couldn’t help a random repetition:
There must be something in the water at Yahoo! that affects the company’s writers and somehow stunts their vocabulary. The writers don’t seem to know the meaning of common words like nix or banter or wanderlust. Now it’s the folks at Yahoo! Finance who prove that being a professional writer doesn’t mean you have the vocabulary of a high school graduate:
The accusation that the founder of Under Armour shilled shirts is really a horrible insult. It doesn’t mean selling, hawking, or peddling. It means swindling.