Los Angeles -- Los Angeles Sparks forward Chamique Holdsclaw, a six-time All-Star in the WNBA and the league's Rookie of the Year in 1999, announced her retirement Monday.
Holdsclaw was the most prolific scorer in University of Tennessee history. She joined the Sparks in 2005, and before then played six seasons for the Washington Mystics. She averaged 17.7 points, 8.4 rebounds and 2.6 assists during her WNBA career.
New York -- Daniel Menaker is resigning after four years as executive editor in chief of the Random House Publishing Group, The New York Times reported Monday.
Menaker had been brought on for what the newspaper described as his strong literary credentials, and his departure appeared to indicate the publishing house was "shrugging off" sophisticated literary fiction.
Monona, Wis. -- Edward Traisman, an innovative U.S. food scientist, researcher and inventor, has died of heart disease at age 91.
Traisman, who lived in Monona, Wis., died Tuesday, the Wisconsin State Journal said. Over his long career, he was part of a Kraft Foods team that created Cheez Whiz, instant pudding and individualized cheese slices.
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