Do the models do eyelid exercises in preparation?
No pain, no glory.
Which way to Beijing? Oh, right.
Plus Paul Newman's legacy in the world of organic foods, and one woman's mini Chinese cooking empire, from our glance at the morning headlines.
No word on whether Shawn Johnson will do a more endearing, but slightly less polished, follow-up.
An axed Maine political reporter writes to tell how local papers that close their Washington bureaus are hurting the cause of democracy. Plus, the latest in finance, law, media, and real-estate news.
The former Olympic swimmer with the most golds claims he could have tied Phelps in competition.
A Bowery institution closes, teens open a coffee shop for two days, and more, in our morning news roundup.
The Greenmarket suspends a farmer, Olympics-themed happy hours, a new Chinese cookbook, and more, in our morning news roundup.
The glorious culinary past of airplane dining, food intake up since 1970, don't put poison herbs in your salad, and more, in our morning news roundup.
No, not in the Damian Hirst sense, though that would be amazing: The art-loving SAC Capital Management CEO could have some problems with the SEC if he's not careful. Plus! An ex–Bear CEO jumps ship at JPMorgan, Natalie Portman's apartment goes on the block, and Condé Nast has a green issue, in our daily rundown of industry news.
If you are lucky, that is. It could fill up fill up 'tres fast.' Do we need to repeat what a spectacular opportunity this is?
Plus the latest from the Federal Reserve, Skadden, Condé Nast, and Warren Buffett, in today's industry report.
To that end, she's called for the president to boycott the opening ceremony of the Olympics in Beijing this summer — and, to her credit, made a passable effort to move the conversation past her loss of pollster Mark Penn.