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  • Can $100K buy happiness?

    Can $100K buy happiness?
    A UConn/Courant poll has found that the more people earn, the happier they are -- although those surveyed attributed happiness to close family ties and rewarding careers rather than money. Nevertheless, 71 percent of those surveyed who earn $100,000 or...
  • RIP James Gandolfini. Will 'World War Z' rise?

    RIP James Gandolfini. Will 'World War Z' rise?
    After the coffee. Before remembering how fleeting life can be. The Skinny: Very sad about James Gandolfini. I only met him once, and it wasn't on duty. I used to hang out in a little bar in Chelsea that "Sopranos" costar Michael Imperioli owned, and...
  • Insomniac Events forms partnership with Live Nation

    Insomniac Events forms partnership with Live Nation
    Insomniac Events, the Los Angeles concert producer that puts on the popular Electric Daisy Carnival show, has entered into a partnership with concert and ticketing giant Live Nation Entertainment Inc. Insomniac Chief Executive Pasquale Rotella confirmed...
  • Former Groupon CEO to release music album this month

    After being forced out earlier this year from the company he founded, former Groupon CEO Andrew Mason is attempting a comeback.  But not with a business venture. He's instead making his own music album. Mason told the Wall Street Journal he plans to...
  • 'World War Z': Brad Pitt succeeds against the odds, reviews say

    'World War Z': Brad Pitt succeeds against the odds, reviews say
    Brad Pitt's character in "World War Z," an ex-U.N. crisis specialist called back into action, faces the daunting task of stemming a global zombie pandemic. The film itself has also faced considerable trials, including extensive reshoots and a six-month...
  • Some ugly misconceptions about food stamps

    Some ugly misconceptions about food stamps
    It’s back to the drawing board as Congress voted against its farm bill Thursday in an unexpected defeat for legislation relied upon to set U.S. food policy. Some conservative Republicans thought the bill didn't curtail enough spending, while many...
  • Time-traveling fiction continues to appear

    In "The Shining Girls," the South African writer Lauren Beukes' chilling new novel set in Chicago, Harper Curtis is not your run-of-the-mill serial killer. In some respects, his modus operandi is strictly garden variety. He stalks his victims —...
  • FAA group to support use of mobile devices during takeoff, landing

    FAA group to support use of mobile devices during takeoff, landing
    The Federal Aviation Administration is expected to soon receive an official recommendation to allow fliers to keep their tablets and smartphones turned on during takeoffs and landings. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that an advisory group formed...
  • Billboard won't count Jay-Z sales to Samsung on its chart

    Billboard won't count Jay-Z sales to Samsung on its chart
    Jay-Z may have sold a million copies of his upcoming album to Samsung, but those sales won’t count on the influential Billboard 200 chart, which ranks album sales, the magazine said. Bill Werde, Billboard’s editorial director, said in a...
  • Facebook to clone Flipboard next, report says

    Facebook, which has never shied away from copying its rivals' features, is now working on a mobile service that would display news content in a visually appealing, magazine style, similar to what startup Flipboard already does. The Wall Street Journal...
  • 21st Century Fox senior team to include Julie Henderson

    21st Century Fox senior team to include Julie Henderson
    Public relations executive Julie Henderson will wear a new hat as chief communications officer for the soon-to-be entertainment company 21st Century Fox. The split of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. into two publicly traded companies later this week has...