Deaths of note from around the world:
Carlos Moseley, 98: Took the New York Philharmonic into Lincoln Center a half-century ago, and then into the city’s parks and neighborhoods while presiding over enormous growth as the orchestra’s managing director, president and chairman. Died Monday in Spartanburg, S.C.
James Burke, 87: Leader of Johnson & Johnson during the Tylenol poisonings in the 1980s whose manner at the time is regarded as a textbook example of how to handle a public relations crisis. Died Friday near New Brunswick, N.J.
Eric Hobsbawm, 95: Author whose three-volume economic history of the rise of industrial capitalism established him as Britain’s pre-eminent Marxist historian. Died Monday in London of pneumonia.