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Meryl Gordon

December 10, 2001 | Feature
Howard Lutnick's Second Life

Days after September 11, Cantor Fitzgerald's notoriously hard-edged CEO wept and promised a new mission: to take care of the families of his 657 dead employees. Then he stopped their payroll. It was weeks before he was prepared to make good on his promise. Was it a mistake? He still says no.

November 19, 2001 | Feature
The Winner's Circle

Unlike his opponent, Mike Bloomberg barred his campaign staff from even thinking about a transition until after the election. But now it's time to picture what Team Mike will look like . . .

October 22, 2001 | Feature
Feeling His Pain
October 1, 2001 | Feature
The Sad Sell
September 24, 2001 | Feature
Hope Checks Out of the Pierre
August 20, 2001 | Feature

Investment bankers. Traffic jams. Rodents. Martha's Vineyard in August feels an awful lot like a certain other island.

August 13, 2001 | Feature
Russian Roulette

The first surprise in Warner LeRoy's will was that he left control of his restaurant empire to his 22-year-old daughter. The second: Along with Tavern on the Green and the Russian Tea Room, the legendary bon vivant left a mountain of debt. Can Jennifer LeRoy revive the foundering Tea Room -- her father's last extravagance -- before she loses it?

June 4, 2001 | Feature
In Memoriam: Skylark
April 16, 2001 | Feature
Citizen Mike

Does running a $5 billion financial-media company prepare you for being the mayor of New York? Michael Bloomberg thinks so. And he's about to put his money where his mouth is.

November 27, 2000 | Feature
Media: No-Exit Polling
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