The child of a silent film actress, Dvorak was so determined to be a star that at first, she wouldn’t take no for an answer. Her big break came when she was cast in Howard Hughes’s production of Scarface. But Hughes would sell her contract to Warner Brothers, and when Ann later accused Hughes of having “sold [her] down the river,” she would swiftly suffer the consequences of going up against Hughes in the press when his mastery over the medium of publicity was at its peak.
The renewed volatility on Wall Street has many wondering whether the worst of the pullback is over, or if tough times are just beginning. In this week's podcast, the MoneyBeat crew dissects the big moves in stocks, bonds and oil and offers predictions for what's in store for the rest of the year.
Stephen Wilmot joins Miriam Gottfried and Ken Brown from London to discuss how Tesla and BMW may be the U.S. car industry's unlikely patriots. Then, Aaron Back talks about why big banks have emerged as the biggest winners in the credit-card rewards arms race.