The famed piano maker Steinway is being sold for $512 million. The company terminated an existing sales agreement with Kohlberg & Co. after it was outbid by an entity of hedge fund manager John Paulson.
Philly.com Postal Service changes Priority Mail lineup to enhance shipping business Washington Post The Postal Service's package business had grown in recent years, increasing by more than 14 percent since 2011, the agency said.
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Looking to venture into great outdoors but not quite ready to go on a total tech detox? The Katabatic solar-powered tent might be the camping product you've been waiting for. (We love this amazing invention...
Drive-in movie theaters were once a staple of American popular culture, but over the decades, they've been closing across the country. Kansas City, however, seems to be an epicenter for the disappearing relic across the rest of the United States - we've got three.
Highlights of this day in history: Ranger 7 beams lunar pictures; France's Marquis de Lafayette makes his name in the American Revolution; Thomas Eagleton withdraws as George McGovern's running mate; Harry Potter author J.K.
Insurers Eye Africa's Booming Funeral Business Voice of America JOHANNESBURG — From fish-shaped coffins to slaughtered bulls, funerals in Africa are lavish affairs, providing a lucrative opportunity for insurance companies looking for business in...
On this day in music history: August 13, 1952 - The original version of “Hound Dog” by Willie Mae “Big Mama” Thornton is recorded. Written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, it is the biggest hit for...
Rumor of the day: Warner Bros. wants an older Batman to fight the bushy-chested Henry Cavill/Clark Kent. Which means, Armie Hammer is out (plus he just announced he's not all that interested in being the next Bat).