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Kate Moss Gets a Font and Handicapped Parking

FASHION
• Kate Moss gets her own typeface and her own wheelchair for a foot infection. [Fashionista]
• Gareth Pugh's music muse is eighties diva Annie Lennox. [British Vogue]
• Tuleh's Bryan Bradley is designing a line for Lord & Taylor. Charles Nolan is reportedly next in line for the stuffy department store. [Second City Style]

MEDIA
WSJ war correspondent Michael M. Phillips is expected to rip into Dow Jones execs at the company's annual meeting today. One of his best gripes? The company pays transportation costs of $667 a day "just to get [CEO Rich Zannino] to show up at the office." [Media Mob/NYO]
• John F. Burns will leave the Times Baghdad bureau in June to report from London, marking the turnover of the war beat to a new group. [NYO]
• The media will get criticized no matter how little or much it covers the shootings at Virginia Tech. [Slate]

FINANCE
• Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani benefited the most from Wall Street's generosity this quarter, as the financial industry donated more than any other sector this quarter. [WSJ]
• Chuck Prince went so far as to give out his direct e-mail and telephone number at the three-hour Citigroup shareholder meeting yesterday. One shareholder suggested he step down, another asked for an internship — the perils of transparency. [NYT]
• BlackBerry service has only gradually returned after going down last night across North America. Now you'll spend all day finding out what you missed last night. [MarketBeat/WSJ]

LAW
• The theatrical trial for former State Supreme Court justice Gerald Garson concluded yesterday, the end of a bribery investigation that lasted five years. [NYT]
• Fried Frank's antitrust practice is thinning — head Charles "Rick" Rule was poached by rival Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, and the U.S. Justice Department named Deborah A. Garza deputy assistant attorney general for regulatory matters. [New York Law Journal]
• While he doesn't seek the spotlight as much, New York attorney general Anthony Cuomo is doing his best to appear Spitzer-like. [WP via Law Blog/WSJ]

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