Comedian Joan Rivers handcuffed herself to a shopping cart and compared Costco to "Nazi Germany" because the giant retailer refuses to carry her book.
The Authors Guild is seeking more than $2 billion in damages from Google Books – which may make this one of the most expensive copyright damages cases in litigation history.
The film adaptation of the David Sedaris essay 'C.O.G.' is slated to start production this October.
'The Great Gatsby' – the latest film version of the novel, directed by Baz Luhrmann – had originally been slated for a Christmas Day 2012 release.
MIT economist Daron Acemoglu analyzes the Chinese system and the challenges the country may face.
'Why Nations Fail' author Daron Acemoglu advises looking to Turkey's history for a hint.
'Why Nations Fail' author Daron Acemoglu compares the EU to the 13 American states pre-Constitution.
Writer Daron Acemoglu says ancient Venice could teach the US a historical lesson.
'Why Nations Fail' co-author Daron Acemoglu suggests that centralized power, rule of law, and open competition are the keys to national success.
Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho says of Joyce's book 'Ulysses,' 'There is nothing there.'
The sequel to Stephen King's horror classic 'The Shining' will follow a now-adult Danny Torrance and his fight against the strange True Knot group.