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Robert Kolker

December 11, 2000 | Feature
An Unorthodox Deal

Kay Lowinger claims she was promised a life of affluence if she converted to her husband's religion, Orthodox Judaism. She kept her part of the bargain, raising her three children in the faith. But when she divorced her husband, she also sued the person who'd made the promise: her mother-in-law.

November 26, 2001 | Feature
The Power of Partnership

On September 11, New York's chief executives got a higher calling. With the city in crisis, the New York City Partnership, an alliance of A-list business leaders formed in the wake of the last fiscal crisis, is coming together to lead the counterattack.

October 22, 2001 | Feature
The Air Down There
September 24, 2001 | Feature
Passing the Buck:
Who Shortchanged Airport Security?
August 13, 2001 | Feature
Flier Beware

Flight delays should be the least of your worries. New York has the most crowded airspace in the world, plus antiquated equipment and lax security. Now more than ever, our airports are an accident waiting to happen.

June 18, 2001 | Feature
Like Mike?

Mike Bloomberg -- as seen on TV! -- is selling himself. You buying?

April 23, 2001 | Feature
Cold Comfort

How we all can learn to stop worrying and love the new Cold War chic.

April 9, 2001 | Feature
Bottoms Up!

Worried that the bear will eat your job? Frat-boy bravura is keeping Wall Streeters' Thomas Pink shirts sweat-free. Or so they say.

March 26, 2001 | Feature
Waiting for Godoff

Who is Ann Godoff? At 30, the president of Random House was an aimless temp. At 40, she was quietly editing for the two biggest party boys in publishing. By 50, she'd beaten all comers to lead the most important imprint in the book business. How'd she do it? Well, she doesn't want to talk about it.

March 12, 2001 | Feature
Oscar Wars: Save the Tiger
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