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Times Wire ReportsBruce Wasserstein, chief executive of investment bank Lazard Ltd. and a prominent Wall Street deal maker, died Wednesday after being hospitalized earlier this week with an irregular heartbeat, a company spokeswoman said. He was 61. In a statement...
Your morning fashion and beauty report: Scarlett Johansson, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Jada Pinkett Smith look stunning on red carpet at Tonys, an iconic gown is sold at auctionAll The RageTeen specialty stores are struggling as 13- to 19-year-olds' tastes are shifting away from the long-loved Americana and surf looks. [WWD] (subscription required) Meet Mickey Drexler, the "merchant prince" who improved the fortunes of Ann Taylor, Gap and...
Money & CompanyManufacturing facilities are usually paired with images of belching fumes and crowded trash chutes â anything but eco-friendly. But factories around the country are attempting to scale back. Kraft Foods Inc. said Wednesday that it has reduced net...
Booster ShotsA study in the journal Health Affairs reported this week that snacking is up sharply among U.S. kids. From the L.A. Times coverage of this by Melissa Healy: "From 1977 to 2006, American children have added 168 snack calories per......
By 10 on a brisk Saturday morning, the retro aluminum-lined glass butcher case at the European Deluxe Sausage Kitchen is already cloudy with fingerprints. Devotees of the 60-year-old Beverly Hills specialty sausage and meat shop are pressed against the...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen the cold call came from Ameriquest Mortgage Co., a top lender, Jeff and Cheryl Busby were intrigued. They had been wanting to renovate the garage of their small bungalow, a stone's throw from picturesque Green Lake. The agent, they said, promised...
VarietyWhen it comes to promotional partnerships, "Star Trek" isn't known for going where no brand has ever gone before. In the films, Captain Kirk and his crew are never seen behind the wheel of a fancy new car, using the latest cell phone or consuming junk...
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Tribune reporterMondelez International CEO Irene Rosenfeld sought to side-step speculation that her newly formed company may be on the brink of its third major event in as many years in a call with investors Tuesday. "There's no question that there's lots of chatter...
Matt Shattock is articulate, well-educated, camera-ready and known for an ability to talk to just about anybody in his charming British accent. Business associates say these qualities have helped make him an effective CEO at Beam, the Deerfield-based...
GAS DRILLING-SAFETY STUDY Federal agency, lab to study natural gas emissions PITTSBURGH (AP) — A federal agency and laboratory will conduct research on air emissions at natural gas drilling sites, and on possible hazards to workers. The...
Whether it's a war-zone deployment, a cargo ship in port for 18 hours or a passenger cruise ship on its regular stop, R.S. Stern Inc. has put groceries in larders and spare parts in engine rooms since 1870. From its brick warehouse in Canton, the...
From the Cadbury Egg, which is offered only at Easter time, to bags of colorful jelly beans that can be found year-round, kids and adults alike love candy at Easter. This morning, as Easter baskets are discovered, Peeps will be shoveled into mouths...
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