By Cortney Harding NEW YORK (Billboard) - Given the radical image changes that Panic at the Disco has undergone in the past year, it's hard not to read the lyrics to its new album's opening song as a pre-emptive strike against critics.
For the first time in nine years, British designer Vivienne Westwood presented a show at London Fashion Week by paying homage to young women from the 1970s who shopped in the neighbourhood where she first made a name for herself.
Berkshire Hathaway, the holding company controlled by billionaire Warren Buffett, said on Thursday it has taken an 8.6 percent stake in Kraft Foods and invested in drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline. The 132.4 million share stake in Kraft was worth about $4.
The grandchildren of ground-breaking French fashion designer Paul Poiret on Thursday February 12th auction off dozens of items from the 1910s and 1920s that they once used to play with in the family attic.
The price of platinum soared on Thursday past 2,000 dollars an ounce to a record as power shortages affected mining production in South Africa, the biggest supplier of the white precious metal, traders said.
French cosmetics giant L'Oreal said on Thursday February 12th it expects further improvement in its earnings this year as an expected slowdown in the key North American market is offset by emerging country demand.
Museums and collectors on Thursday February 12th snapped up dozens of designer items fashioned a century ago by ground-breaking French stylist Paul Poiret, the man credited with emancipating women from the corset.
Berkshire Hathaway , the holding company controlled by billionaire Warren Buffett, said on Thursday it has taken a roughly 8.5 percent stake in Kraft Foods , the maker of dairy and other food products. The 132.
Japan's Nikkei average surged 4.3 percent on Thursday, posting the biggest one-day gain in six years, as a pair of economic reports provided investors some relief about the economic outlook in the United States and Japan.
Adult entertainment publisher Playboy Enterprises Inc posted a net loss that upset Wall Street expectations for a profit and forecast a 30 percent advertising decline at its flagship magazine this quarter.
Once a byword for poverty and post-communist racketeering, Poland's second largest city of Lodz was a place people wanted to escape. Today some are moving back, drawn by foreign investment and falling unemployment.