“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” the film sequel about teens fighting a totalitarian regime, held the top spot in U.S. and Canadian cinemas for a second weekend with $109.9 million in sales for Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.
“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” the film sequel about teens fighting a totalitarian regime, held the top spot in U.S. and Canadian cinemas for a second weekend with $110.2 million in sales for Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.
Weight Watchers International Inc., the weight-control program provider endorsed by celebrities Jennifer Hudson and Jessica Simpson, had a record decline in shares after the company suspended its dividend as it struggles to recruit members.
Lumen View Technology LLC, a Delaware-based patent holder that has filed more than 20 infringement suits since 2012, asked a federal court to order a company it sued to stop talking to the news media about its settlement offers.
President Barack Obama introduced his “date” and “dance partner,” Michelle Obama, at the Commander-in-Chief Ball last night in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The crowd roared their approval.
Barbara “B.J.” Buckingham only joined Weight Watchers because her employer, the Cleveland Clinic, offered it for free. The reimbursement analyst has since shed 30 pounds and is halfway to her 168-pound goal.
Weight Watchers International Inc., the weight-control program provider endorsed by celebrities Jennifer Hudson and Jessica Simpson, fell the most since its market debut after saying profit this year will be less than previously forecast as it struggles to recruit members.
<p>Jennifer Hudson and Usher performed at a billionaire's estate for the Apollo Theater. Alec Baldwin auctioned off a yoga lesson with his wife, Hilaria Baldwin, for $10,000, to benefit Guild Hall. Tory Burch's ex-husband threw a party for the new book "The After Wife," written by Hollywood producer Brian Grazer's ex-wife. And for breast cancer research, hedge fund manager Richard Perry and his designer wife, Lisa Perry, hosted a very pink paddle race and party, where the Moet & Chandon champagne flowed, left.</p> Source: Photograph by Amanda Gordon/Bloomberg
Cavalli Group, the Italian fashion house that dressed actress Jennifer Hudson at the Oscars, ruled out selling a stake any time soon, resisting interest from industry buyers, wealthy families and private-equity firms.