After the coffee. Before deciding who to root for in the
The Skinny: If I don't have a personal rooting interest in the World Series, I tend to go with the
Daily Dose: Although most of
Take the money and run. Investor Carl Icahn sold about 3 million shares of Netflix stock. He bought low and sold really high for a nice profit of about $800 million. Icahn still has 2.7 million shares or a 4.5% stake in Netflix, which now has more subscribers in the United States than HBO does. He had good timing, as usual: Netflix stock tumbled Tuesday as some analysts fear it is overvalued. More on Icahn's sale from the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Variety and Reuters.
Oh those tricky visual effects. "The Monuments Men," directed by and starring George Clooney, won't be released at the end of December as originally scheduled. That means the movie won't be eligible for the 2014
Not getting any younger. The audience for the big broadcast networks continues to age and while us folks getting older don't think it's a big deal, advertisers do. Among the new shows skewing old are the
Reincarnated? ABC, which other than
Final out. The World Series, which starts tonight on
Inside the Los Angeles Times: NBC hopes its new "Dracula" series has some bite.
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