What’s ambitious about Jay Dweck’s bathroom isn’t the television by his whirlpool tub or the screen that will face his toilet and bidet. It isn’t the wide nook in his shower for a third TV and one more across from the sink, or his plan to have each turn on automatically when he’s nearby.
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.
Growing up in the South Bronx, Ken Lipper sat at his grandmother’s knee, tallying the hems and collars she sewed. The 7-year-old boy wanted to ensure the immigrant from Russia, who spoke no English, was properly paid.
We already knew that Oliver Stone , a stockbroker’s son, didn’t like Wall Street. He thinks of it as a place where people have no morals and will do anything for money. Most of them deserve to be in prison -- or so Stone suggested in a recent interview in the New York Times.
Billionaire Haim Saban called on CBS Corp.’s Showtime Networks to cancel Oliver Stone ’s planned “Secret History of America” documentary series after the filmmaker made remarks that were criticized as anti-Semitic.