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  • How Overprotective Paris Became the Center of Street Art

    One morning last fall, American graffiti artist Cope2 (real name: Fernando Carlo) walked up the Rue Oberkampf in Paris to a bare wall abutting the century-old Café Charbon. A bald, thickset man dressed in a black T-shirt, jeans and work boots, he contemplated the surface while a crew of helpers tested a ladder for weight and unpacked bags of spray paint. Donning a protective mask, the 45-year-old practitioner of New York’s so-called Wildstyle shook the day’s first aerosol can and confidently began a billboard-sized composition consisting of the word Cope rendered repeatedly in blue and green balloon letters outlined in black.

  • Tiffany Bulls Bet Jolie Mimics Will Boost Shares: Options

    Options that rise with Tiffany & Co.’s stock are getting more precious.

  • Madoff Ex-Aide Likened to Innocent in Sodom and Gomorrah

    Bernard Madoff’s securities firm was a modern-day Sodom or Gomorrah, the biblical cities destroyed by God for their immorality, a defense lawyer told jurors in the trial of five of the con man’s ex-aides.

  • Myriad Falls After Losing Bid to Block Competing Tests

    Myriad Genetics Inc., the biggest maker of tests for hereditary risks of breast and ovarian cancer, fell the most since December after losing a court bid to block competition while a patent-infringement case is pending.

  • Baxter, Nationwide, Google, DuPont: Intellectual Property

    Baxter International Inc. filed a complaint Feb. 28 at the U.S. International Trade Commission in Washington, claiming Johnson & Johnson hemostatic products used to control bleeding during surgery infringe five patents.

  • Double Mastectomy May Cut Risk in Women With Gene Defect

    Women with the gene mutation that led Angelina Jolie to have a double mastectomy last year may be more likely to survive breast cancer if they have both breasts removed after tumors are found, researchers said.

  • Apple, Google, New College, Jolie: Intellectual Property

    For two years, Apple Inc. has told the world that phones running on Google Inc.’s Android operating system are iPhone rip-offs. Now Apple is about to learn whether a U.S. trade agency thinks its claims have merit.

  • Jolie, Matthews Help Jane Goodall Save Chimps, World: Interview

    When she went to Tanzania’s Gombe Stream National Park in 1960 to research chimpanzees in the wild, Jane Goodall shook up the scientific establishment.

  • Apple, Google, Oxford University, Jolie: Intellectual Property

    For two years, Apple Inc. has told the world that phones running on Google Inc.’s Android operating system are iPhone rip-offs. Now Apple is about to learn whether a U.S. trade agency thinks its claims have merit.

  • Davos Teaches China to Ski as New Rich Lured to Slopes

    Davos has attracted Bill Clinton, Angelina Jolie and Bill Gates. Now the Swiss Alpine village is deploying a 27-year-old Chinese ski instructor to appeal to the world’s most populous nation.

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