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Taylor Swift’s “1989″ Expected To Debut With At Least 1 Million

Posted On October 28, 2014

(Undated) -- Taylor Swift may be coming to the rescue of this year's slow music sales. "Billboard" is projecting that the star's new album "1989" will sell at least one-million copies in its opening week. That would make it the first album all year to do so. If Taylor's widespread promotion pays off as expected,…

Time Warner Inc.’s HBO To Cut Jobs

Posted On October 28, 2014

(Undated) -- HBO is the latest Time Warner enterprise to weather job cuts. The pay TV network is reportedly preparing to drop seven percent of its staff, or roughly 150 jobs, joining the cuts taking place across Time Warner Inc. to improve the company's profitability. Earlier this month, Time Warner's Turner Broadcasting division announced plans…

Amanda Bynes Psychiatric Stay Extended

Posted On October 28, 2014

(Undated) -- A judge is giving doctors the go-ahead to extend Amanda Bynes' stay at a psychiatric facility. People.com says the extension will keep the actress under doctors' care for at least another 30 days. Bynes entered the Southern California facility on October 10th following a week of questionable behavior, including a shoplifting incident and…

David Gregory To Appear On Yahoo! Election Special With Katie Couric

Posted On October 28, 2014

(Undated) -- Former "Meet The Press" host David Gregory will meet Katie Couric on Yahoo! for a midterm election special. While Yahoo! emphasizes that the former NBC newsman has not formally joined the Internet corporation, it says Gregory will be a guest on the program alongside Couric, journalists Matt Bai and Mike Allen, and political…

Phil Collins Donates Artifacts To Alamo

Posted On October 28, 2014

(San Antonio, TX) -- Phil Collins is at the Alamo today, donating his private collection of artifacts. The British pop music star handed over a fringed leather pouch and a gun Davy Crockett used, as well as Jim Bowie's famous knife this morning. Crates with letters from William B. Travis and other historical documents were…