Thomas H. Lee, the private-equity manager, said he’d like to do more scuba diving.
Mark Ruffalo, clad in navy-blue work clothes and white butcher apron, was frying pork sausages in the booth of Gavin Brown’s Enterprise at Frieze Art Fair New York Thursday.
Foes of the Keystone XL oil pipeline appear to be winning the battle for endorsements from Hollywood celebrities and prominent personalities.
Actress Daryl Hannah hasn’t chained herself to the White House fence in support of tougher power plant emissions.
The lights hadn’t even come up at the world premiere of “Can a Song Save Your Life?” when Marc Schipper’s BlackBerry began buzzing with messages from distributors clamoring for rights.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler is going forward with a vote tomorrow on rules to allow paid fast lanes for Web traffic as artists protest and corporate chieftains warn him against going too far.
"No tongue, Sunrise, Robert."
- Mark Ruffalo on Apr 17, 2013