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  • Pimco rehires 2 former executives, shoring up management after turmoil

    Pimco rehires 2 former executives, shoring up management after turmoil
    Pacific Investment Management Co. rehired two former executives who had left amid management turmoil earlier this year, a move that bolsters the bond giant's investment bench after the abrupt departure last month of high-profile bond manager Bill Gross....
  • Poet Galway Kinnell, winner of Pulitzer Prize, dies at 87

    Galway Kinnell, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet who opened up American verse in the 1960s and beyond through his forceful, spiritual takes on the outsiders and underside of contemporary life, has died. He was 87. Kinnell died of leukemia Tuesday at...
  • Floor Plan Porn: New York City's Puck Penthouses

    WHAT: The Puck Penthouses WHERE: New York City, NY PRICE: $22-60 million SIZE: 4,895-7,241 square feet YOUR MAMA'S NOTES: Nobody loves some good old-fashioned, mid-week floor plan porn more than Your Mama so when we heard word from eagle-eyed property-...
  • Joyce Carol Oates sets Twitter ablaze with street harassment tweets

    Joyce Carol Oates sets Twitter ablaze with street harassment tweets
    Joyce Carol Oates, bestselling novelist, massively prolific writer and Princeton professor, has an official Twitter account with more than 100,000 followers. On Thursday, she shared with them her thoughts on street harassment, part of a conversation...
  • UF trustees pick Cornell provost Fuchs as next president

    UF trustees pick Cornell provost Fuchs as next president
    Cornell University Provost Kent Fuchs was chosen as the next president of the University of Florida on Wednesday by the school's board of trustees. "Dr. Fuchs brings to the University of Florida all of the important qualities we have been seeking in our...
  • Lohan, Noriega video game lawsuits are a troubling sign for the arts

    Former Panamanian strongman Manuel Noriega and actress Lindsay Lohan have at least one thing in common: Both recently filed high-profile lawsuits against video game makers, charging that their likenesses were used in games without their permission. These...
  • AG Studios Taps Rodrigo Guerrero for Itaca Films Colombia

    Slotting another valuable piece into his burgeoning Latin American production-distribution operations, AG Studios L.A. and Mexico City-based prexy-producer Alex Garcia has tapped well-known Colombian producer Rodrigo Guerrero to head up Bogota-based...
  • Outside money pouring into state Supreme Court race

    Outside money pouring into state Supreme Court race
    Judicial retention elections are normally quiet races that are not very political. But less than three weeks ago, a political action group called Campaign for 2016 surfaced with the aim of persuading voters in southern Illinois to oust Supreme Court...
  • Foes want probe, but antitrust law favors Amazon

    SEATTLE Is Amazon a monopolist? It's a label the online retail giant's critics increasingly use to brand the company as a ruthless corporate behemoth bent on driving competitors away. The New Republic magazine did so in an October cover story, and a...
  • Community: Summer rain adds romance to reception

    Community: Summer rain adds romance to reception
    Elizabeth Ann Lazier and Joseph Michael Schomburg were married in August at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Glendale, the home parish of the bride’s family for more than 20 years. Rev. Canon Mark A. Weitzel, who has known the bride since she...
  • Sex abuse case raises issue of justice for elderly suspects

    Sex abuse case raises issue of justice for elderly suspects
    William Bricker's home is nestled in a woodsy area right outside the quaint downtown of Glen Arbor, Mich., a scenic lakefront community near the northern tip of the state's Lower Peninsula that's been a popular draw for tourists and other retirees from...