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Miami’s Art World Sets Sights on Little Haiti Neighborhood

MIAMI — “Everybody’s always looking for the next art neighborhood,” mused Tony Cho, standing amid the scrum outside Gallery Diet. Taking in the scene at its opening night party here, he motioned to another new gallery across the street, its neon sign punctuating an otherwise darkened stretch of this city’s Little Haiti neighborhood. “It’s going to happen here.”

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Coney Island: The Cyclone! The Hot Dogs! The Art!

In the days when Coney Island was in ruins, there was a carny at the broken-down game arcade who would, to draw a crowd, sometimes have his schnauzer smoke a cigarette. 

Pfizer Chief Defends Merger With Allergan as Good for U.S.

Pfizer Chief Defends Merger With Allergan as Good for U.S.

In phone calls to Washington lawmakers and Obama administration officials, the chief executive of the largest drug maker in the nation had a surprising message: A deal that would allow the company to move its headquarters to Ireland was actually good for the United States.

After Tax Inversion Rules Change, AbbVie and Shire Agree to Terminate Their Deal

After Tax Inversion Rules Change, AbbVie and Shire Agree to Terminate Their Deal

A week after AbbVie said it was reconsidering what had been the biggest agreed deal of the year – as well as the biggest ever inversion – the two companies said late Monday that they would terminate the deal. AbbVie will now pay Shire a $1.635 billion breakup fee.