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  • 'Ride Along' to run over 'Frankenstein.' R.I.P. Ed Hookstratten.

    'Ride Along' to run over 'Frankenstein.' R.I.P. Ed Hookstratten.
    After the coffee. Before going off the grid for the day.  The Skinny: It was seven years ago today that I quit smoking. While I still occasionally miss my Marlboros, I have no real desire (or the wallet) to pick it up again. Today's roundup includes a...
  • Sprint is reportedly in final stages of acquiring T-Mobile

    Sprint Nextel Corp.'s Japanese parent company, SoftBank Corp., is reportedly close to acquiring rival T-Mobile from German communications company Deutsche Telekom in a deal that is expected to be worth more than $19 billion. Earlier this month, the Wall...
  • An end to overdrafts could rein in young spenders

    Nothing can put a young bank customer in a hole faster than paying overdraft fees on a checking account. Typically $35 a pop is the price you pay for spending more money than you actually have in the account. Banks essentially front you the money --...
  • A closer look at the WSJ's newest Obamacare horror story

    A closer look at the WSJ's newest Obamacare horror story
    The most prominent example of Obamacare victimization being offered at the moment comes from Edie Littlefield Sundby of San Diego, a businesswoman who related in a Wall Street Journal op-ed earlier this week how Obamacare is threatening her life by...
  • Nikki Finke exits Deadline Hollywood. FCC fines TBS for Conan promo.

    Nikki Finke exits Deadline Hollywood. FCC fines TBS for Conan promo.
    After the coffee. Before the Time Warner earnings call. The Skinny: Caught an episode of "The Mindy Project" last night and was pleasantly surprised. The show, in my view, has been inconsistent but Tuesday it showed some of its early promise. I know....
  • Lawmakers want to outlaw tax deductions for government settlements

    Lawmakers want to outlaw tax deductions for government settlements
    WASHINGTON -- Two senators introduced legislation Wednesday to outlaw tax deductions by companies for penalties paid as part of government settlements, responding to concerns that JPMorgan Chase & Co. could end up with a huge write-off if it settles civil...
  • French court orders Google to remove private sex orgy images

    French court orders Google to remove private sex orgy images
    Google Inc. has been ordered by a French court to remove from its search engine private images of an international race car official who was the subject of a sexual scandal. According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, the case involved Max Mosley,...
  • Nicola Griffith discusses 'Hild,' the girl who would be saint

    Author Nicola Griffith is as unpredictable and fascinating as one of her heroines. Her first two novels, "Ammonite" and "Slow River" (which won a Nebula Award), were science fiction. And from 1998 to 2007, she followed up with three novels of suspense...
  • Jack Dorsey's other company, Square, could do IPO as early as 2014

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Square, the payments company run by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, could hold an initial public offering as soon as next year. News of the timing came as Dorsey’s other company, Twitter, settled on the final price for its IPO. It...
  • Hollywood powerhouses meet a sleeping giant

    In April, when DreamWorks Animation Chief Executive Jeffrey Katzenberg rebutted accusations of political motivations behind the company's decision to co-produce with the China Film Group an animated feature, "Tibet Code," he was telling the truth. But...
  • Doris Kearns Goodwin on 'The Bully Pulpit'

    Doris Kearns Goodwin on 'The Bully Pulpit'
    With the possible exception of Robert Caro, who has spent the bulk of his long career documenting the career of a single president (Lyndon Johnson), the historian Doris Kearns Goodwin is perhaps America's best-known chronicler of our most interesting...