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  • Kennedy Center Honors Salute Artists ‘True to Themselves’

    When President Barack Obama, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Fox’s Bill O’Reilly and rapper Snoop Dogg are in the house, this must be the Kennedy Center Honors, the annual salute to artists who have made extraordinary contributions to American culture.

  • Linklaters, Shearman, S&C on ThyssenKrupp Deal: Business of Law

    Linklaters LLP advised ThyssenKrupp AG, Germany’s largest steelmaker, on its agreement to sell its U.S. plant to ArcelorMittal and Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp. as it seeks to offload operations that are the worst investments in its more than 200-year history.

  • Joel, Santana, MacLaine, Hancock: Kennedy Center Honors

    Carlos Santana and Shirley MacLaine are among those receiving Kennedy Center Honors, spokesman John Dow said today.

  • Sting, Joel Face Rival as Jon Regen Gets Revolution

    Jon Regen was in the shower at his New York home when the idea came to him for a new song.

  • Springsteen, Gary Cohn, Clapton, Jagger, Joel: Scene

    “If it rains in London, you’ve got to come help us, OK?” Mick Jagger said as the Rolling Stones performed at the 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief to benefit the Robin Hood Relief Fund last night.

  • Hamptons Scene: Tudor Jones Rocks With Kravis, Kravitz

    Paul Tudor Jones pulled up Saturday night to the Creeks, Ron Perelman’s estate in East Hampton, squeezed into the back seat of a car with Glenn Dubin and their Nordic blonde wives in white slinky dresses.

  • Gap Returns to Television Advertising After Four Years

    Gap Inc., the biggest U.S. specialty-apparel retailer, is running television ads for its namesake brand for the first time in four years as it seeks to build on the chain’s recent turnaround.

  • Scene Last Night: Wall Street Rock Bands Support Veterans

    The 11-year-old beamed at his heavy- metal rocker dad, Tony Conklin, associate director of research for the Americas at Deutsche Bank and happy member of Riffhanger, who had just performed in a battle of the bands.

  • Hedge-Fund Manager Saiers Offers Banksy $100,000 for Sandy Help

    Volatility hedge-fund manager Nelson Saiers wants to make a $100,000 trade with Banksy, the British graffiti artist.

  • Survival Tactics for Older Job Seekers

    Two years before William Morris Endeavor laid off Toni Mason, the talent agency repositioned her and hired someone younger to take her old position for what Mason assumes was less pay. “They gradually made me more and more obsolete,” the 66-year-old agent says. The company was generous with its severance package when it laid her off in 2010, she says, but made her sign a waiver that she wouldn’t sue for age discrimination. The experience left her bitter. “Twenty-five years I’m at a company, at least they can give me a cake,” she says. “But I had to leave the same day.”

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