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  • SEC accuses Stiefel Laboratories of defrauding employee shareholders

     
    The Securities and Exchange Commission has accused Stiefel Laboratories, a subsidiary of GlaxoSmithKline, and the subsidiary’s former chief executive of defrauding employees and other shareholders by buying back the company’s private stock...
  • Amazon Publishing books won't be found at Barnes & Noble

     
    Does a statement from Barnes & Noble signal the first public sally in a war with Amazon?...
  • Seeing Starz? Barnes & Noble gets buyout offer from Liberty Media

     
    Barnes & Noble gets a buyout offer from Liberty Media worth about $1 billion....
  • Barnes & Noble stays in Leonard Riggio's hands

     
    At the Barnes & Noble shareholders meeting Monday, dissident stockholder Ron Burkle and his Yucaipa Cos. were deflected by owner Leonard Riggio and his allies. The nation's largest bookstore will remain in the hands of Riggio, who has led the......
  • Charles Donald Albury dies at 88; copilot on the Nagasaki bomb plane

    Charles Donald Albury, copilot of the plane that dropped the atomic bomb on Nagasaki, Japan, during World War II, has died. He was 88. Albury died May 23 at a hospital in Orlando, Fla., after years of congestive heart failure. Family Funeral Care in...
  • Leonard Britton, 78; superintendent led L.A. Unified for three years

    Leonard Britton, 78; superintendent led L.A. Unified for three years
    Leonard Britton, superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District for three stormy years, has died at 78. Britton led two of the nation's largest school systems, leaving behind a successful legacy in Miami that he was unable to translate to...
  • Cuban bassist Cachao dies; mambo pioneer

    Cuban bassist and composer Israel "Cachao" Lopez, who is credited with pioneering the mambo style of music, died Saturday. He was 89. Known simply as Cachao, the Grammy-winning musician had fallen ill in the past week and died surrounded by family...
  • Experience Miami on a budget

    It might be notorious for its late-night party scene, swanky beach hotels with steeply priced drinks and the beachgoers who wear barely-there $300 swimsuits, but vacationing Miami-style doesn't have to cost a fortune. From $3 beers to staying at a hostel...
  • Tours and cruises in California and around the world

    Tours and cruises in California and around the world
    CALIFORNIA Cycling in the north Go for a lazy spin through Ferndale farmlands or sweat out a 100-mile loop through the redwoods. The May 10 Tour of the Unknown Coast offers cyclists five different rides for different skill levels and free camping at the...
  • Party all day and night in glittery, glamorous Miami

    Miami Fifteen minutes behind Paris Hilton. An hour behind Michael Caine. A day behind Queen Latifah. Everywhere I went in Miami I just missed a celebrity. The only name I didn't hear was Britney Spears. Everyone else in the celestial pantheon seemed...
  • [Closed] A brave new world on Sunset Strip

    [Closed] A brave new world on Sunset Strip
    The rave was so uncharacteristic coming from Marco, my oldest Italian friend, that I put down the phone seriously wondering if he'd gone out of his mind. He'd just been to Norman's in Coral Gables and he couldn't say enough about Norman Van Aken's New...