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San Jose Mercury NewsSAN JOSE, Calif. There's an old nautical joke. It goes this way: The two happiest days for any sailboat owner are the day he buys the boat . . . and the day he sells the boat. At the moment, San Francisco probably feels the same way about this summer's...
Tags: Sweden, Sailing, Boats, Services and Shopping
San Jose Mercury NewsSAN FRANCISCO Sweden's Artemis Racing team, recovering from a tragic capsize last month that killed a crew member, confirmed Friday that it will compete in the America's Cup regatta but will likely start several weeks late as it makes sure its second boat...
Tags: Italy, Sweden, Human Mishaps, Boats, New Zealand
"Steve Jobs and Willy Wonka to me were just like these brilliant people who had these magical factories where every six months they'd come out with this huge show," David Karp told me a few years ago. "I thought that was like the coolest thing ever. That'...
Focus will help you sell a pension, manage your employees, raise your children and get a second date. If that does not go so well, it will also show you how to dump a suitor. Uncovering how people focus is the secret, says "Focus: Use Different Ways...
Tags: Steve Jobs, Book
San Jose Mercury NewsFolks don't necessarily think of museum-going as a summertime activity. But the Bay Area art world never takes a season off, and some of the big exhibitions of the year are opening over the next few months. From a show of Annie Leibovitz photos to works...
Tags: Arts, Abraham Lincoln, Human Interest, Arts and Culture, Japan
Billionaire Larry Ellison has hired UC San Diego energy expert Byron Washom to help fulfill his vision of sustainable energy for the Hawaiian island of Lanai, according to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Washom became the school's first director of...
Tags: Oracle Corp., Jennifer Love Hewitt
News flash: Global warming hits California! That’s right -- the Golden State has become the Golden Baking State, with temperatures soaring into the triple digits. For example, in Johnny Carson’s “beautiful downtown Burbank” on...
Malibu has long been a playground for moguls, with billionaires Larry Ellison and Jeffrey Katzenberg vying for spots along coveted Carbon Beach. Film and television celebrities seem to prefer gated Malibu Colony and the security of a 24-hour guard....
Tags: Television Industry, Ellen DeGeneres, Prices
Re "Malibu mogul," Business, May 5 Please tell me that billionaire Oracle Corp. Chief Executive Larry Ellison, who is buying up expensive estates on the Malibu waterfront, is really an altruist who will tear down the houses so mere mortals can have an...
Tags: Oracle Corp., Israel
Two Lanai resorts are offering “Stay Longer” packages that make them more affordable. The deals come at the same time as two airlines add flights to the island that sits less than 10 miles west of Maui. The Four Seasons' Manele Bay and the...
Tags: Hawaiian Airlines Inc.
Actress Jennifer Aniston has listed her Beverly Hills estate for sale at $42 million. Designed by Hal Levitt, the 1970 house sits on about an acre in the Trousdale Estates area. The indoor-outdoor home of glass, wood and stone was designed for...
No man is an island, but Larry Ellison comes close. Last year, Ellison bought 98 percent of Lanai for more than $500 million. Despite a wispy beard and penchant for black outfits that make him look like a devil, he's mostly being hailed as a white knight...
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