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Record labels ring in mobile tone revenue
Rock bands have long prospered by living — and selling — images of hard living and brash poses. But sex, drugs and rock ’’ roll are no longer enough. The definition of cool for some acts now includes mobile-phone ringtones. ...  | Read.. 
 
Oprah holds court as juror
She was neither in the dock, nor the victim. But Oprah Winfrey turned a Chicago murder trial into a media extravaganza y ...  | Read.. 
 
Hairytale musical in works
He is an aspiring rock star, but Yu Zhenhuan’s claim to fame for now is that he is the hairiest man in all of China. ...  | Read.. 
 
Stress tests fail to detect heart trouble
Stress tests aimed at detecting blocked arteries in patients may miss more than half the cases of early heart disease, US re ...  | Read.. 
 
More models not merrier for carmakers
First came the people-mover, then the minivan, and now the mini-minivan. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Danger on the high seas
As Camus observed, understanding comes cheap after a catastrophe. It took a tragedy for the Goa government and its tourism ministry to understand that though it can make a Can ...  | Read.. 
 
Check-out: Free or paid, it’s still service
When the Consumer Protection Act first came into being, the big debate was over whether medical professionals and hospitals could be held accountable under the law and if so,...  | Read.. 
 
A cat eats at the Meow Mix Cafe, a new eatery designed especially for cats and their human owners, that opened on Tuesday in New York. The cafe, owned ...  | Read