In the three-way courtship developing between phone giant AT&T Inc., DirecTV and Dish Network Corp., the two satellite-TV providers have the biggest need for a deal.
Despite the crowing provocation of its title, “C*ck” is a conventional love triangle with a twist. None of the three main characters is much of a catch, particularly the indecisive young two-timer who’s considered the prize of the competition.
Actavis Inc., the largest U.S. maker of generic drugs by market value, said it’s in “early stage discussions” to buy Warner Chilcott Plc, the drugmaker that unsuccessfully pursued a sale last year.
When Gary Manda takes a job as an itinerant nuclear worker in southern France, he has no idea what it means to get a “dose.”
Bizet’s opera “The Pearl Fishers” (1863) is set in Ceylon in legendary times. Directors usually throw heaps of glitter and silk at it. Not Penny Woolcock.
The Pulitzer Prize Board had three fiction finalists to choose from, and they couldn’t manage to pick a winner.
We should be rejoicing this summer with the return of some great British bands who are playing festivals worldwide and events for the London Olympics.
See the gorgeous paintings of Gustav Klimt at the Neue Galerie in a show celebrating his 150th anniversary.
Post-punk band Killing Joke will bring its aggressive musical attack to the Royal Festival Hall on Friday.