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“If I Can’t Trust Donald Trump, Who Can I Trust?”
The Donald has a new scheme. Seller beware.
151 Minutes With J.C. Davies
Eating ribs and discussing stereotypes with the ex–Wall Street analyst, whose book on interracial dating, I Got the Fever, is (and is not) exactly what you’d expect.
Advanced Home Ec.
Smart-set power couple talks cost-benefit analysis, sex.
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Going Condo or Getting Boutiqued?
The longtime residents of the Chelsea Hotel are playing a game of which is worse.
What Does It Take for a Female Tycoon to Get Noticed Around Here?
Lynn Tilton is one of the wealthiest financiers on Wall Street. She’s also on a spiritual journey to save America’s manufacturing base. But she’s having trouble getting the respect she believes she deserves.
A new speakers bureau, with audiences of one.
Fear of Talking About Sex
Jong versus Jong-Fast.
“It’s Too Bad. And I Don’t Mean It’s Too Bad Like ‘Screw ’Em.’”
Embattled Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein just can’t understand how he got cast as the Dr. Evil of Wall Street.
The firm that lost the most.
The Swedish vampire-god sometimes wishes he could play a “weird little sidekick.”
A Holly Golightly for the Stripper-Embezzlement Age
After the crash, financier Ken Starr was revealed to be one of the greatest hustlers of our time. But he had nothing on his fourth wife, Diane Passage.
It’s Good to Be Michael Lewis
He could have made a fortune in business. Instead, he made a fortune writing about it. Plus—a fortune for everyone he writes about.
64 Minutes With Niall Ferguson
A tour of the history of world civilization—the Met’s version, at least—with the historian provocateur.
102 Minutes With Nicolas Berggruen
An uptown layover with the “homeless billionaire,” who has just a few plans for saving the world.
3. Because These Little One-Percenters Are Standing With the 99 Percent.
You Call That a Tree Pose?!
David Regelin was a rising star in the yoga world, until he decided that he, and you, were doing everything wrong.
76 Minutes With Bethenny Frankel
Babysitting with the Bravo-branded mogul after six months of filming—and learning that reality never, ever rests.
Christopher Burch’s new fashion line, C. Wonder, takes inspiration from many aspects of his life. Most notably: his ex-wife, Tory Burch, with whom he built a billion-dollar brand. She does not appear impressed by the resemblance.
Wall Street’s Golden Throne
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