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  • Mercedes C. Samborsky, lawyer

    Mercedes C. Samborsky, lawyer
    Mercedes C. Samborsky, a musician who changed careers later in life and became an attorney whose specialty was family law, died Jan. 31 of heart failure at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center. She was 84.
  • Apple Stores sport red logo for World AIDS Day

    Apple Stores sport red logo for World AIDS Day
    Apple Stores around the globe are sporting red versions of the company's logo Sunday in honor of World AIDS Day. World AIDS Day is observed annually on Dec. 1 and is intended to draw awareness to the fight against HIV/AIDS. Besides changing their...

    Jony Ive's Mac Pro, Leica M camera, desk fetch millions for charity

    Jony Ive's Mac Pro, Leica M camera, desk fetch millions for charity
    How much do people love Jony Ive's designs? So much so that an aluminum desk co-designed by Apple's chief designer was auctioned off for $1.7 million. Ive teamed up with fellow famed-designer Marc Newson to create special items for an auction to...

    Steinway, maker of pianos, sold for $512 million to hedge fund

    Steinway, maker of pianos, sold for $512 million to hedge fund
    Steinway Musical Instruments -- the venerable maker of pianos and other classical-music instruments -- is celebrating its 160th anniversary this year and has given itself the gift of a new owner. The company has agreed to be acquired for approximately...

    Piano-maker Steinway gets a better offer in musical bidding war

    Piano-maker Steinway gets a better offer in musical bidding war
    Pianos seem to be popular on Wall Street, as two financial firms face off in their quests to acquire Steinway Musical Instruments Inc. The Waltham, Mass. company — which in addition to its namesake pianos also makes Bach Stradivarius trumpets,...