Mr. David, who created looks that emphasized practicality as well as style, founded a worldwide chain of salons that bear his name.
A charismatic and well-pedigreed contestant, he confessed to Congress that his ballyhooed TV performances in the 1950s had been scandalously rigged.
Recently stripped of a board seat in his family’s empire, Mr. Cho had been caught up in corruption investigations and a daughter’s “nut rage” incident.
His skills as production manager were invaluable to Queen, Paul McCartney and others as the logistics of touring and performing grew increasingly elaborate.
Ms. Fileva, who died in a plane crash, was the rare woman to hold an executive post in Russia. She helped consolidate the post-Soviet airline industry.
A surplus of perishable powdered milk was the mother of invention for the popular instant drink made with hot water and formulated in the early 1960s.
Ms. Varda was closely associated with the movement known as the New Wave, although her reimagining of cinematic conventions actually predated it.
Mr. Malek spurred the party from its slump after 2008, helping Republicans to capture 84 governorships over the next decade.