Democrats and Republicans, bracing for a game of chicken over a possible government shutdown and a debt-ceiling default, should rewatch the 1955 movie, “Rebel Without a Cause,” starring the American icon James Dean.
Dennis Hopper , who drew upon his own rough-edged lifestyle to create menacing villains and devil-may- care outlaws in movies including “Rebel Without a Cause,” “Easy Rider” and “Apocalypse Now,” has died. He was 74.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. received legal advice from Kirkland & Ellis LLP on its plan to quit the diabetes-treatment business by selling its stake in a venture to partner AstraZeneca Plc for as much as $4.3 billion.
In the 1955 movie “Rebel Without a Cause,” a popular high school bully goads a disaffected outsider (James Dean) into a contest of nerves. A variant of “chicken,” it’s a car race to be won by whomever brakes last as the two teenagers speed in the dark toward a cliff, Natalie Wood urging them on.