Editor of Creative Development, Vanity Fair
Vanity Fair Editor of Creative Development; author of Watching the World Change: The Stories Behind the Images of 9/11
vanityfair.com — A hyperactive child, Andrew Carmellini once told a reporter that-to keep him busy-his mother used to give him polenta and measuring spoons. "She said it was the only thing that would calm me down."
theparisreview.org — The last few years have been exceptionally busy for Eugène Ionesco. His seventieth birthday was celebrated in 1982 with a series of events, publications, and productions of his work, not only in France but worldwide. Hugoliades, Ionesco's satirical portrait of Victor Hugo, which he wrote at the age of twenty, was newly published by Gallimard.
reuters.com — By Nate Raymond NEW YORK May 23 (Reuters) - In an unusual move before a trial, a federal judge expressed a tentative view that the U.S. Justice Department will be able to show evidence that Apple Inc engaged in a conspiracy with publishers to increase e-book prices. U.S.
ibtimes.co.uk — A US judge is confident that government evidence will prove Apple knowingly participated in a conspiracy to raise the price of ebooks, ahead of a trial due to start next month.
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