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Martha Stewart interacts with bloggers at the Staples booth during BlogHer, the nation’s largest blogging conference, Friday, Aug. 3, 2012, in New York. Stewart, founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, served as keynote speaker at the conference and then proceeded to the Staples booth to demonstrate organization solutions from the Martha Stewart Home Office with Avery product line, sold exclusively at Staples. (Photo by Diane Bondareff/Invision for Staples/AP Images)
WASHINGTON - Homemaking diva Martha Stewart will pay about $195,000 and cannot serve as the director of a public company for five years under a settlement announced Monday on civil insider trading charges with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
LOS ANGELES - Donald Trump will soon have "The Apprentice" to himself: Martha Stewart's version of the NBC reality series is ending next month.
NEW YORK -- Martha Stewart is heading to cable. The lifestyle queen has signed a deal to move her daily program to the Hallmark Channel, effective this September. "The Martha Stewart Show" is currently syndicated to broadcast channels across the country
NEW YORK - Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. is bringing in a new celebrity: popular TV chef Emeril Lagasse.
Martha Stewart and celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse work in the kitchen for a full hour to prepare a New Orleans-style Thanksgiving dinner featuring seafood gumbo, roasted turkey breast and oyster dressing, in this Nov. 14, 2007 file photo in New York.
HARTFORD, Conn. - Martha Kostyra, whose daughter Martha Stewart credits her with teaching her many domestic tricks and techniques, has died at a hospital near her home in Weston. She was 93.
NEW YORK - Martha Stewart, who says she's given up fur, has made a video for PETA.
NEW YORK - Martha Stewart's new syndicated daytime television series, "Martha," which premieres Sept. 12, promises to show the home-and-hearth marketing queen's sense of humor.
Martha Stewart smiles during a presentation in a New York file photo from May 2, 2005.
Incarceration has been very, very good — well, very, very profitable, at least — to Martha Stewart. Rather than the predicted slow collapse of her company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia — from which she has had to distance herself — is on the rebound.
KATONAH, N.Y. - Martha Stewart strolled outdoors with her dog and fed her horses Friday morning, hours after returning from prison to the multimillion-dollar estate where she will remain under the watch of federal authorities while trying to revive her homemaking empire.
NEW YORK - Martha Stewart resigned Monday from the board and as chief creative officer of the media empire she built, a little more than a week after she was convicted of lying to investigators related to a 2001 stock sale.
NEW YORK - With a wave to a pair of supporters outside and a barely audible plea of not guilty inside, Martha Stewart went on trial in earnest Tuesday at a Manhattan federal courthouse.
NEW YORK - The government rested its case against Martha Stewart and her stockbroker Friday, after a critical prosecution witness wavered slightly about testimony that had damaged the homemaking mogul.
NEW YORK - Martha Stewart, the multimillionaire icon of tasteful living, was indicted Wednesday in an insider-trading scandal that has threatened her hold on her media empire. She pleaded innocent before a federal judge to all charges.
NEW YORK - Martha Stewart is accused of deliberately trying to inflate the stock of her own company - simply by declaring her innocence.
Martha Stewart, chairman and CEO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc., speaks at the American Magazine Conference in New York, Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2001.
Martha Stewart has launched her new line of cleaning products, aptly titled "Clean," to much fanfare. The initial line features 10 products for use in the kitchen, bathroom, laundry and general household use. They are certified environmentally safe and have been developed almost entirely from plant- and mineral-based formulas that are safe for use around pets and children. They are completely free of perfumes and synthetics.
WARSAW, Poland - Martha Stewart has been banned from Britain — but she got a warm welcome Friday in Poland, her grandparents’ homeland.