Cancer test company says vendor mistakenly sent letters to 400 patients that they may have disease
Grail, Inc. said Friday that it erroneously sent out hundreds of form letters that mistakenly told patients they had cancer when many of them had not yet taken the blood test.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs accuses spirits giant of racism in lawsuit over alleged neglect of vodka, tequila brands
Rapper and entrepreneur Sean "Diddy" Combs filed a lawsuit in New York Supreme Court Wednesday, accusing Diageo of neglecting his vodka and tequila brands.
National Park Service offering historic Cape Cod dune shacks for lease, frustrating long-time occupants
Starting at just over $2,000 a year, the National Park Service is offering rustic dune shacks on Cape Cod for a 10-year lease. The occupant is responsible for maintenance and repairs.
Earth, Wind & Fire’s guitarist dead: Inside band’s commercial success and download spike every ‘September’
Guitarist Sheldon Reynolds of best-selling group Earth, Wind & Fire died this week at 63 years old. He joined the six-time Grammy-winning group in 1987, staying until 2002.
Warner Bros TV deal with Black Lives Matter co-founder expired last year with no shows produced: report
Warner Bros Television Group's 2020 deal with former Black Lives Matter leader Patrisse Cullors reportedly expired last year and no shows were made.
Tina Turner sold catalog in reported $50M deal before death at 83
Two years before her death, music icon Tina Turner sold her song catalog for an undisclosed amount in a multimillion-dollar deal to publishing company BMG.
Jeremy Renner details his experience meeting with Nevada lawmakers over state’s film tax incentive bill
Jeremy Renner is lobbying Nevada lawmakers to add Northern Nevada to a bill that would offer tax incentives to filmmakers who come to two areas of the southern part of the state.
Taylor Swift ticket snafu leads Massachusetts dad to spend $21,000 for last-minute seats for daughter, friends
A Massachusetts man says he spent $21,000 for his daughter and her friends to go to Taylor Swift's Eras Tour after the much cheaper tickets he bought through StubHub never arrived.
American Airlines, JetBlue partnership violates antitrust laws, judge rules
A judge ruled Friday that American Airlines and JetBlue must end their partnership after a Justice Department lawsuit alleged that it amounted to a merger.