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Ruth G. Davis

March 9, 1998 | Feature
What’s Wrong With This Picture?

No one knew exactly where Carlos Gomez’s money came from -- certainly not from his Citibank job -- but he seemed to have plenty of it. He and his wife, Alison Spear, lived lavishly on the East Side and in the Hamptons and spent their way into uptown society. But when he was arrested for embezzlement last month, even his wife began to wonder just who it was she’d married.

April 20, 1998 | Feature
The Tech Report: Silicon Survivors

Darwinists, take note: The city’s new-media industry has entered the Age of Accountability, wherein balance sheets and business plans suddenly matter.

April 20, 1998 | Feature
The Tech Report: I’m A Loser, Baby

Five Silicon Alley Big Ideas that went bust.

March 2, 1998 | Feature
The Power Book
February 16, 1998 | Feature
Senior Slump

Term limits make it mighty hard for the City Council to stay focused.

February 9, 1998 | Feature
The New Cash Crop

Could Clinton’s scandal enrich both parties?

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