As part of the nostalgic flurry that is Friends' 25th anniversary, pop culture historian, writer, and professor Saul Austerlitz's Generation Friends hit bookstores on Sept. 17th. Austerlitz's examination
The chief executive of the London Stock Exchange Group has launched a robust defence of its $27bn acquisition of data and trading group Refinitiv that the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing is trying to
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Your favorite coffee shop-centered ‘90s sitcom is nearing its 25-year anniversary. I know, could we be more nostalgic? Among the blitz of Lego sets and apothecary tables feeding on the milestone anniversary
Twenty-five years after he slouched onto TV screens with a comically despondent, “Hi…,” it’s hard to imagine anyone other than David Schwimmer as Friends‘ brainy sad-sack Ross Geller. But according to
"Generation Friends: An Inside Look at the Show That Defined a Television Era," (Dutton), by Saul Austerlitz In 1994, NBC was trying to find a show that could pull in ratings similar to the network's "Seinfeld."
Just when you thought you knew everything there was to know about "Friends," a new book has arrived on the eve of the sitcom's 25th anniversary that offers behind-the-scenes glimpses and fun facts. "Generation