Chrysler Group LLC’s radical new Jeep Cherokee faces an uphill climb cracking the compact sport- utility vehicle market and the reviews of its angry-eyed, angular face are making the ascent steeper.
Jim Morrison , poet, songwriter and lead singer for the legendary rock band the Doors, may or may not have exposed himself to thousands of fans packed into a hall in Miami on a hot night in 1969.
Anne Doss, who became head of Wells Fargo & Co.’s personal and small-business insurance unit in January as part of an expansion push, has died on a work-related trip. She was 56.
Florida’s clemency board pardoned The Doors lead singer Jim Morrison posthumously for his 1970 conviction in Miami of indecent exposure.
Ray Manzarek, a founding member of the Doors, has died of cancer. He was 74.
Things were going badly for the Doors, packed into a tiny Hollywood rehearsal room.
Musicians paid tribute to Amy Winehouse, the singer and songwriter who has died aged 27.
Amy Winehouse, the singer and songwriter who shot to fame with “Rehab,” won five Grammy Awards and sold more than 5 million albums, has died aged 27.
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Microsoft Corp. and Datel Design and Development Inc. settled patent-infringement and antitrust litigation, according to Dec. 30 court filings.
"A little bit of tension is never bad."
- Jim Morrison on Oct 09, 2013