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  • Has the fuss over 'The Interview' been good for Sony's bottom line?

     Has the fuss over 'The Interview' been good for Sony's bottom line?
    To the editor: Though the digital release of "The Interview" simultaneously with its showing in theaters may be a game changer, the more important question to Sony Pictures is how the accompanying publicity will affect the bottom line. ("More a cause than a must-see, 'The Interview' finally arrives in theaters," Dec. 25)
  • Dissing the naugthy and praising the nice in 2014

    To the editor: I took heart in reading your Christmas editorial saluting those who have been nice and dissing the "naughty." I salute the unknown couple who drove around Detroit handing $100 bills of their own money to those whom they deemed needy. ("Who'...

    Easing Americans' debt burden wouldn't be painless

    To the editor: Nicole Gelinas rightly maligns the toxic influence of the megabanks on the American economy, but she shies away from the broader implications of her argument. What would a less leveraged America look like? ("The real reason for Washington's...

    Why buy "cage-free" when you can go egg-free?

    To the editor: Thank you for reminding readers that California voters decisively backed Proposition 2 in 2008 in order to improve the lives of millions of hens. The key word here is "improve." ("California's egg-laying hens to get their breathing room,"...

    Outrage over Roman Polanski's escape from justice

    To the editor: Roman Polanski's attorney Alan Dershowitz says that his client's "liberty interests and the integrity of the justice system are at stake." ("Roman Polanski loses bid for dismissal of sexual assault conviction," Dec. 24) I couldn't agree...