Katie Holmes is fine, if oddly cast, as the diet-obsessed homebody sister of a hopped-up embezzler in “Dead Accounts,” an all-too-aptly-titled entry in one of the worst seasons in memory for new shows on Broadway.
Midday Report 09.05.2012: Jane King summarizes today's top business news -- including Wal-Mart cutting its fee for layaways, Katie Holmes joining other celebrities as a full-fledged designer and Starbucks turning to pumpkin spice latte to drive traffic into the fall.
International soccer star David Beckham has seldom escaped the limelight. From his flashy Manchester United debut in 1992 to his July 1999 wedding to Victoria “Posh Spice” Adams (complete with his-and-hers golden thrones) and his star-studded “Welcome to L.A.” party in 2007 that was hosted by BFFs Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes and other Hollywood’s A-listers, the paparazzi has kept close watch on Beckham. While glory on the pitch is tapering off for the almost-37-year-old midfielder known for his physics-defying passes, Beckham, No. 58 on the 2012 Power 100 list, is only beginning to hit his business mark.