company town

Lindsay Lohan, Dumbstruck

The big news today in the city’s big businesses.

• Lindsay Lohan’s Miu Miu ads keep coming — now she’s a vibrant, dumbstruck dolly. [Fashionologie]
• There’s a bimbo logjam at the top of Mr. Blackwell’s annual worst-dressed list. [Downtown Darling]
• A Paris court dismissed Karl Lagerfeld’s claim against journalist Alicia Drake. He sued her for invasion of privacy — but really, people say, because she called him middle class. [WWD]

Today show to grow by an hour; tourists rejoice and Tiki Barber primps for his national close-up. [Philadelphia Inquirer]
• Tribune Co., L.A. Times still for sale, and New Yorkers still pretend to care. [NYT]

• It’s a big week for Wall Street geeks. The Empire State manufacturing survey comes out today. Tomorrow brings the Fed’s lasciviously titled “beige book.” And on Thursday, Fed head Ben Bernanke testifies before the Senate Budget Committee. [AP via Crain’s]
• Citigroup’s response to global warming (and an excruciatingly rainy weekend)? It’s folding up the old Travelers umbrella logo. [DealBook/NYT]
• The rumors of certain hedge funds’ demise have been greatly exaggerated. Citadel and SAC doubled their returns last year. [Bloomberg News via DealBreaker]

Lindsay Lohan, Dumbstruck