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Mike Daisey is a keen cultural observer with a ruthless streak. In "American Utopias," the neo-Spalding Gray's latest monologue, Daisey even takes on the "It's a Small World" ride at Walt Disney World. "It looks like a 1950s game show threw up on itself,"...
For those of us not directly invested in Apple, the stock's trajectory over the last six months has been a thrill ride to rival anything you'll find at Magic Mountain. Since hitting an all-time peak of $705 in mid-September, the shares have been on a...
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio dispelled all doubt recently about whether he should be on the 2016 GOP presidential ticket, either on the top spot or as candidate for vice president. He did so in a radio conversation with Rush Limbaugh. Limbaugh has been a...
MINNEAPOLIS — I'm liking the laugh-out-loud guy sitting across from me at Starbucks, maybe as big a shock as Kobe Bryant and I getting together to sip vanilla lattes. You know who I'm talking about: the Kobester, the Big Baby, the Ball Hog, the...
One day, perhaps, the hugely talented writer Brett Neveu will find himself running a network, a movie studio or some other establishment, listening all day to pitches from anxious writers with clever but complicated ideas that could cost a producer...
Tags: Arts and Culture
A friend got an email the other day from his bank. The subject line read, "Tips for Protecting Your Business' Information From American Bank." He messaged me about this, noting, "My question is: Why do we have to protect our business' information from...
A friend of mine, a weatherman for a local TV station, always greets me the same way: "Time to sell my Apple stock?" And I always offer the same response: Do you still like the company? "Yes." Then don't sell it. Investors were wringing their...
As a devoted fan of this series (this is the 11th volume), I can report that this year's anthology of 32 selections might be the best yet. High school students from 826Michigan and 826 Valencia, parts of Dave Eggers' network of nonprofit writing and...
Only one writer received a standing ovation at the Carl Sandburg Literary Awards in Chicago on Wednesday night. It wasn't the marquee award-winners who brought the well-heeled crowd to its feet in the giant room at the UIC Forum. It wasn't Walter...
The Hartford CourantAnother year, another iPhone. That's five iPhones in five years. Coming next: Yet another iPad, the rumored Mini. If longevity is a gauge of technological and design excellence, however, the AirPort Express could be Apple's most perfect product. When...
Tags: Electronics, Apple iPod, Apple TV, Apple iPhone, Apple iPad
Almost from its inception, the federal government's options backdating case against executives of Broadcom Corp. reeked of cheap melodrama more than it gleamed with truth-seeking about corporate accounting and corporate pay. You can count Bill Ruehle,...
We've all seen it in the workplace: The leader gets in the face of a colleague, associate, teammate — whatever term the particular organization has embraced — and loudly chews this person out in front of others. A national television audience...
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