The Rolling Stones called off a tour of Australia and New Zealand following the death of L’Wren Scott, the longtime girlfriend of frontman Mick Jagger.
By quitting when they did, the Beatles preserved forever the distilled genius of the four young men from Liverpool before it began to flag.
“I wrote ‘Satisfaction’ in my sleep,” Keith Richards boasts in his autobiography, “ Life .”
Investors are embracing U.S. government bonds amid rising turmoil in the equities market, sending expectations about future volatility to a six-year low.
As UBS AG board members gathered in Sydney last year to consider the bank’s fate, they joined 200 clients to drink champagne, eat canapes and mingle among beds of anthurium with purple spadixes jutting into the air.
After developing a fascination with digital currencies, Jonathan Silverman left his job managing funds at Morgan Stanley in May to take a job trading the virtual stuff instead.
A rusty Mini car sold for 40,250 pounds ($65,382) at an auction today -- beating the price of a shiny Pontiac convertible once owned by Keith Richards.
The editors and writers for Bloomberg’s Muse arts and culture section chose their favorite moments of 2012. Here they are, led off by Executive Editor Manuela Hoelterhoff:
A Pontiac convertible formerly owned by Keith Richards may fetch as much as $35,000 as Rolling Stones fans and car collectors are lured by a U.K. auction.
Among the books we reviewed this year, biographies and memoirs are heavily represented in our choices for the top nonfiction of 2010 -- even a book about cancer is billed as a biography.
"Today, the market has gold going for it."
- Keith Richards on Sep 25, 2013