Budgeting for a New Year
Feeling a holiday hangover? You are not alone — for many, the holidays mean too much food, too much fun and definitely too much money spent. December credit card bills are rolling in and your bank account might be looking a bit empty after the gluttonous holiday season.
Mel Brooks Won’t Talk Dirty
In 1975, Mel Brooks became the first person Playboy had interviewed twice. Read this Q&A, which covers everything from childhood to America’s problems with the fart, and you’ll see why the magazine went back for seconds.
6:40 pm Mushaira The first day of the Karachi Literature Festival ended with a Mushaira showcasing about 20 poets, including Muhammad Salman Sarwat, Attiya Dawood, Inaam Nadeem, Aqeel Abbas Jafri, Harris Khalique, Sahar Imdad, Fatema Hassan, Sarwat Zehra, Shaukat Abid, Tanveer Anjum, and Afzal Ahmed Syed. The nizaamat of the Mushaira was done by the eminent poet Fatema Hassan.
French employers reject jobs targets before talks
PARIS (Reuters) - France's main employers group reaffirmed on Tuesday that companies would not agree to hiring targets as sought by President Francois Hollande, hours before talks on a so-called "responsibility pact" to revive the economy were due to start ...
Growth of city's film industry leads to reel jobs
Less than three years ago, Fern Gnesin, a set dresser on film and TV shoots, was collecting unemployment and having trouble working enough hours to get her union's health insurance. The stress of it all was making it difficult for her to breathe.
Aaron Sorkin: Steve Jobs biopic to play out in three scenes
Aaron Sorkin, the Oscar-winning writer of Facebook movie The Social Network, has revealed that he is planning a highly unorthodox structure for the much-anticipated new film about the life of Apple founder Steve Jobs. Sorkin told the Daily Beast he ...