Addison’s disease, star-struck interns and near-apocalypse: John F. Kennedy’s old secrets don’t pack a lot of punch these days.
Pall Mall, a wood-paneled barbershop founded in 1896 near Buckingham Palace, has so many bookings for gentlemen’s shaves you could be forgiven for thinking another royal wedding was approaching.
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.
Kate Moss, Rod Stewart, and Jimi Hendrix’s old apartment are our choices for London this weekend.
When singers stage a triumphant, surprise comeback, in future they will be said to have “done a David Bowie.”
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.
These days, Grace Slick is painting white rabbits instead of singing about them.
Overheard in the Bloomberg newsroom in Singapore…
Musicians paid tribute to Amy Winehouse, the singer and songwriter who has died aged 27.
Apple Inc.’s $1.05 billion victory against Samsung Electronics Co. in a patent infringement case was cut almost in half by a judge who ordered a new trial for some Samsung products.
"People, Hell and Angels."
- Jimi Hendrix on Mar 03, 2013