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  • Punk Rocker Juggling Billions in Bertelsmann Growth Hunt

    Thomas Rabe speaks five languages, holds a doctorate in economics, and cycles, runs or rows more than 60 miles a week. In his 20s, he managed hundreds of millions of deutsche marks in East German assets after the Berlin Wall fell. In his 30s he oversaw the finances of Europe’s largest TV broadcaster. As he approaches age 50, Rabe works in an office next to his boss and lives in a house next to his boss’s mother.

  • Beatles Ensure No Silent Night, Cash Battles Presley

    Fans of Johnny Cash, the Beatles and Elvis Presley have their presents all taken care of -- at a price.

  • Bankruptcy Auctions Go Online to Boost Cash for Creditors

    Joel L. Tabas, a bankruptcy trustee in Miami, bypassed traditional liquidators when faced with the challenge of selling a debtor’s 2006 Hummer H3 this year. Instead, he put it on EBay.

  • America’s Dirtiest Coal Company

    If you go to the website of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the Eastern District of Missouri, you can read more than 1,000 letters from retired coal miners and their widows.

  • Cash for Doomed Crops Means U.S. Farmers Avoid Disaster Cost

    When dry weather destroyed Leonard McKissick’s soybeans last year, U.S. government-backed insurance paid him $40,000, the bulk of his loss.

  • Grand Ole Opry in Play After Poison Pill Voted Down: Real M&A

    Country-music history could be up for sale as the owner of the Grand Ole Opry, the showcase that’s hosted everyone from Johnny Cash to Dolly Parton and Carrie Underwood, is pushed to weigh its options.

  • Rock legend Graham Nash on New Music, Photography (Audio)

    Graham Nash, lifelong photographer and founding member of Crosby, Stills and Nash is exhibiting a personal collection of photographs at the Morrison Hotel Gallery in Soho, New York and simultaneously at The Men's Market, Manhasset, NY and the Morrison Hotel Gallery Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood. Here he tells stories behind the photos of such rock legends as Johnny Cash, Joni Mitchell and Phil Collins. He's joined by gallery owner Peter Blachley. Nash speaks with Vonnie Quinn on Bloomberg Radio's "The Hays Advantage."

  • Hedge Fund Manager Sender Shows Art Collection, Blasts Fairfax

    Adam Sender was one of the first hedge-fund managers to get serious about contemporary art when he started buying in 1998, and now he plans to show just how serious.

  • Gold Bug Wins Test in Race for White House: Margaret Carlson

    If you’re a Republican thinking of running for president -- and who isn’t? -- the annual Conservative Political Action Conference is the base you have to touch.

  • Mellencamp Outdoes Springsteen, Klaxons Get Lost, Eels Relates

    The man once known as Johnny Cougar has spent his career trying to get serious while fending off negative comparisons with Bruce Springsteen .

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