Strip-searched, hooded and kidnapped by a mysterious band of home-invaders (certainly terrorists, possibly Iranian) super-spy Carrie Mathison ended Sunday’s episode of “Homeland” right where we need her.
Priceline.com Inc. closed above $1,000 a share yesterday, exceeding a dot-com bubble high and making the largest U.S. online travel site the ninth member of a club of U.S. companies trading in quadruple digits.
It’s hard to decide which is more thrilling: the harrowing revival of Athol Fugard’s powerful “Blood Knot,” staged by the 79-year-old author. Or the arrival of the Pershing Square Signature Center, a spectacular three- theater complex that “Blood Knot” inaugurates.
Priceline.com Inc. has been a prominent U.S. brand for 15 years thanks to celebrity spokesman William Shatner. Starting today, the travel company’s biggest unit is elbowing its way into American living rooms.
Priceline.com Inc. has boosted annual ad spending to more than $1 billion for the first time, extending its lead over Expedia Inc. in the hotel-booking market and stepping up a rivalry that’s benefiting Google Inc.