A spy thriller needs a spine as stiff as James Bond’s martini to nickname a character Moneypenny. BBC America’s retro-hip “The Hour” certainly has the nerve, and occasionally even the punch to back it up.
Helen Gurley Brown, who fed the sexual revolution of the 1960s with her best-seller “Sex and the Single Girl” and then turned around the failing Cosmopolitan magazine by injecting her philosophy that women could have it all -- “love, sex and money” -- has died. She was 90.
Sheryl Sandberg, fresh off a media tour to promote her book on women in the workplace, is building the foundation for a life in the public eye that supersedes her day-to-day duties as operating chief at Facebook Inc.