5 Things To Know This AM — Apr 08 2014

Fashion's enfant terrible, Jean Paul Gaultier, is in the midst of a career renaissance big enough to spread his influence across industrial spectrums. (Business of Fashion)
Politically, former Justice John Paul Stevens is urging the Supreme Court to abolish the death penalty. (The Atlantic)
In entertainment news, Barbara Walters will bid her final farewell to The View on May 16, 2014. (People)
Tony Hale, in addition to bringing the laughs on Veep, is hoping to leverage a few funnies for charity, too. (Chideo)
And, for better or worse, Comic Sans got a makeover that's, well, neue. (The Next Web)
Bonus Talking Points:
It's equal pay day! President Obama will be signing two executive documents to better enforce equal compensation for women. (USA Today)
Plus, UConn won March Madness. Now it's on to the next one... (ESPN)

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