New York -- Tennessee native Justin Timberlake took some southern cooking to New York City with the opening of his restaurant, Southern Hospitality.
The barbecue joint specializes in food Timberlake and friends Trace Ayala and Eytan Sugarman grew up wolfing down -- traditional Memphis-style eats such as spare ribs, homemade buttermilk biscuits and crab and corn fritters.
Glasgow, Scotland -- Scottish billionaire Tom Hunter said he plans to give more than $2 billion to charitable causes over the course of his lifetime.
Hunter, 46, made the announcement one day after the Joseph Rowntree Foundation released a report saying the economic gap between Britain's rich and poor is at its largest point in the past 40 years, The Independent reported Wednesday.
Peter Moore resigned from his current position as Corporate Vice President, Interactive Entertainment Business (IEB) at Microsoft. He is scheduled to join Electronic Arts (EA) as President, EA Sports in September this year.
San Francisco -- Funnyman Dave Chappelle made a trip to a San Francisco emergency room last the weekend, where he was treated for exhaustion and dehydration.
Chappelle was performing at the Punch Line Comedy Club "and at the time he did it, he did not get enough water to drink and had a little bit of dehydration," Laugh Factory owner and friend Jamie Masada told E! Online Tuesday.
Whole Foods Market CEO John P. Mackey is being investigated for allegations of wrongdoing on the Internet relating to his company and its rivals. According to people in the know, the inquiry is being handled by securities regulators after talk surfaced of Mackey using the Internet to deliver opinions about Whole Foods and rival company Wild Oats Markets.
Oslo, Norway -- A guitarist with Madrugada, major Norwegian rock group, was found dead in his Oslo, Norway, apartment by a colleague.
Police said they found nothing to suggest that Robert Buras's death was suspicious, Aftenposten reported. They hadn't released a cause of death Friday.
Another musician went to the apartment Thursday and found Buras, a member of Madrugada. He had also begun playing with a new band, My Midnight Creeps, which was scheduled to give a concert Friday in Stavern, Norway.
Washington -- Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kansas, says he wants a federal standard that would bar broadcast networks from airing violent shows when children are likely viewers.
The presidential hopeful said he would offer an amendment to an appropriations bill that would have the Federal Communications Commission adopt measures to "protect children from excessively violent video programming," read the bill's draft language obtained by The Hill.
Motorola head honcho Ed Zander has been under tremendous pressure to resign ever since the company made an announcement that they would fail to make a profit from their mobile phone division this financial year.
Toronto -- Canadian theater entrepreneur, philanthropist and retailer "Honest" Ed Mirvish died in a Toronto hospital of natural causes Wednesday at the age of 92.
Mirvish was born in Colonial Beach, Va., on July 24, 1914, and the family moved to Toronto nine years later. In 1929, his father died and Mirvish left school to support the family at their grocery store, the Globe and Mail reported.
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