Experts say the fashion industry has craved tech’s cool factor, and Silicon Valley needs advice on high style. "All the sudden you see these brands — they’re flirting with each other right now,'' says Harvard Business School's Ryan Raffaelli.
Canadian classical composer John Beckwith has a hit on his hands. It might have something to do with the fact that the piece of music is called "Blurred Lines." It shares a name with Robin Thicke's summer chart-topper.
J.K. Rowling has written a crime novel under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith called "The Cuckoo's Calling." Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Jonathan Freedland, a Guardian columnist, who writes thrillers under the name 'Sam Bourne.'
The New York Stock Exchange shut down Monday, the first time since the September 11th terrorist attacks. Host Lisa Mullins talks with Andrew Hilton about the economic impact the shutdown will have oversees that may not occur to most Americans.
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