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Brian Rogers, manager of the T. Rowe Price Equity Income Fund in Baltimore, won't be voting the fund's shares in support of splitting the role of CEO and chairman at JPMorgan Chase & Co. Jamie Dimon has been CEO at JP Morgan since 2005 and became...
Underscoring the troubled financial health of print media, News Corp. said it would record a non-cash impairment charge of $1.2 billion to $1.4 billion during the current fiscal quarter to reflect diminished value of its publishing assets. The company,...
Tags: Newspaper and Magazine, Elections, Politics, News Corp., Book
KickingTiresThe return of Michelle Rodriguez as the ostensibly back-from-the-dead Letty Ortiz in "Fast & Furious 6," roaring into theaters May 24, has been a key element in the film's prerelease marketing. Similarly, the resurrected-for-2013 Dodge Dart is ready for...
After the coffee. Before my last day of upfront presentations. Phew! The Skinny: I love New York but it seems to have gotten even more crowded since I left years ago. I can't deal! Thursday's headlines include CBS's new fall schedule and a restructuring...
Staff writerSean Hannity has some big "Hannity" telecasts this week on Fox News Channel. His Wednesday show will be the 1,000th episode of "Hannity," which airs at 9 weeknights. He became solo host of "Hannity" in 2009 after 12 years of co-hosting "Hannity &...
In 1998, when President Bill Clinton signed the bipartisan Internet Tax Freedom Act, which prohibited state and local taxation of Internet access and Internet-only services, the purpose was to promote the commercial potential of the Internet, especially...
A painting by Barnett Newman set an artist record at auction on Tuesday, selling for $43.8 million in New York. Sotheby's had expected "Onement VI," an abstract work in dark blue, to go for between $30 million and $40 million. The sale was part of a...
LONDON — Prime Minister David Cameron moved Monday to beat back a brewing rebellion within his Conservative Party over Britain's membership in the European Union, rejecting demands for a speedy public vote on exiting the trading bloc but insisting...
Tags: Referenda, United Kingdom, BBC, David Cameron, Politics
Takiing NamesAs many of you know, America is currently experiencing a trend where the nation’s tax burden is being shifted away from corporations – and to individual taxpayers. This is largely due to companies taking advantages of tax breaks,...
LONDON – As he met in Washington with President Obama on Monday, British Prime Minister David Cameron found himself on the defensive at home against members of his own party who want their country to withdraw from the 27-nation European Union as...
Tags: United Kingdom, Referenda, David Cameron, Politics, White House
In 1933, Robert Ripley crash-landed into Chicago, opening his first "Odditorium" exhibition at the World's Fair. At the showing, writes Neal Thompson in “A Curious Man,” a fascinating and fun biography of the "Believe It or Not!" creator,...
Bob Bradley wasn't looking for an adventure as much as he was looking for a job after being fired as coach of the U.S. soccer team two years ago. But in Egypt he found both. When Bradley arrived in the fall of 2011 to take over Egypt's national soccer...
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