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A hand model, magician and actor blames a Martha Stewart-branded lounge chair for snipping off a bit of his livelihood. In a lawsuit filed Monday against Kmart Corp. and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Patrick Albanese said he was moving the Martha...
Zap2It.comAssociating with Martha Stewart isn't always a "good thing," according to an Iowa magician. Patrick Albanese filed a lawsuit Monday (Nov. 17) against Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and Kmart Corp. after his finger was severed from sitting on a...
Lake Forest-based Del Taco today announced that 27-year company veteran Shirlene Lopez has been named president of the 41-year-old Mexican quick serve chain, according to Sid Feltenstein, Chairman, Sagittarius Brands, Inc., Del Taco's parent company. As...
Zap2It.comHer criminal case is long behind her, and now Martha Stewart is clear of a civil case as well. Stewart, who served a short prison sentence on charges stemming from a suspect stock sale, has agreed to pay $195,000 in fines related to civil insider-trading...
Tags: Punishment, Securities, Corporate Crime, Fraud, Trials
Zap2It.comGeorge Crile III, a producer for "60 Minutes" and "60 Minutes II," died Monday at the age of 61. The producer and best-selling author passed away from pancreatic cancer at his home in Manhattan. During his more than 25 years working for CBS, he produced...
Martha Stewart, who built a media and consumer goods empire that brought gracious living into everyday Americans' homes, faces prison after her conviction Friday on four felony counts related to a questionable stock sale. Stewart's former stockbroker and...
Martha Stewart on Monday resigned as a board member and officer of her multimillion-dollar media company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc., after being convicted earlier this month of obstructing a stock-sale investigation. Yet Stewart did not...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhat do Martha Stewart, Big Steel, automakers, Planet Hollywood, trendy clothing manufacturers, software companies, Donald Trump and Scottish pubs have in common? Each is blaming poor financial performance on the recent terrorist attacks. To hear...
Associated PressNEW YORK - Sentenced to prison but free for now, Martha Stewart faces a wrenching choice - whether to start serving her time immediately or stay out on appeal. The celebrity homemaker has said her "belief in the judicial system and fairness" suggests she...
Tags: Punishment, Danbury, Lawyers, Judges, Marketing
Los Angeles TimesHer detractors say there are better cooks, more creative party planners, greater gardeners and warmer hostesses. But what Martha Stewart has on all of them is a formidable combination of talents: a brilliant understanding of modern consumers and an almost...
Sun StaffAlmost everyone who has studied the predicament confronting the managers of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. agrees that Martha Stewart should leave for her company to have its best chance to survive. But the cure could kill the patient, and it's...
Times Staff WriterNEW YORK — Defense attorney J. Michael Nolan hasn't seen a witness list and he isn't familiar with the physical evidence or other details of the government's case, but he already knows what his final words to the jury would be: "If it wasn't...
Tags: Securities, Corporate Crime, Lawyers, Gaming, Bella Abzug
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