Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum expands reach with archive, library building
Any move by Prudential’s chief executive Tidjane Thiam to purchase AIA would be a huge gamble but if successful it could propel the life assurer to new heights.
Lakers win, but Nuggets show they aren’t going away anytime soon.
AIG and Prudential are on the verge of sealing a deal for the sale of AIA, the US life insurance company’s Asian business, to the UK’s biggest insurer for up to $35bn, with a deal expected to be announced this week
Chile begins to count the cost of its deadly 8.8 magnitude earthquake as fears of a devastating Pacific tsunami ease.
No matter where you stand on Fred Armisen’s Obama impression, there’s no debate that his David Paterson is pure gold. Portraying him as somewhat of an insult comic, last night he rattled off jabs at the expense of Albany, The New York Times, and his favorite target: New Jersey. On the Times’ expose` on his supposed unethical activity: “Finding something wrong with my administration is like finding a needle in a needle store…You found out I was a bad governor? Who tipped you off? Everyone?”
The rerecording of “We Are The World” was meant to raise awareness of the Haiti earthquake disaster. But according to Quincy Jones (Kenan Thompson), “the song itself was a disaster…a sloppy mess of half famous randos.” Last night, SNL decided to right the wrongs and release “We Are The World 3: Raising Awareness Of The ‘We Are The World 2’ Disaster.”
This time there’s No Justin Bieber. No Vince Vaughn. But Lady Gaga, Rihanna, and others showed up to make their case. They may be on to something, too. Farnsworth Bentley? How did he make the cut?