- Newsmaker: US "Unsigns" War Crimes Tribunal Treaty
The United States has notified the United Nations that it has "no intention" of ratifying a treaty signed two years ago by President Clinton. The Bush administration has renounced any involvement with the International Criminal Court. The Financial Times' Carola Hoyos reports on the reasons for and ramifications of the precedent-setting decision.
- Reporter's Notebook: Hollywood Powerbroker Mike Ovitz Sells Company to Competitor
Mike Ovitz, founder of Creative Artists Agency, former president of Walt Disney, and once called "the most powerful man in Hollywood," failed at his latest comeback when his Artists Management Group was purchased by another company. Ken Auletta, media columnist for The New Yorker, has more on the man who couldn't be satisfied in doing what he did best, and Hollywood's joy at his failure.
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