- December 2, 2002
- The Price of Perfection
Cover Story: Why would Citigroup's Jack Grubman, and so many other Manhattan parents, work so hard and spend so much and pull so many strings to get their children into what are, after all, nursery schools? Hint: It's not about the kids. A frank exploration of the values and mores and rituals that drive Manhattan's private-school world.
- September 22, 2003
- Dream Team
Given the quagmire in Iraq and the sputtering economy at home, the race against bush is a victory in search of a candidate. Could Hillary Clinton or Wesley Clark be the one?
- November 10, 2003
- The Clark Kent Timesman
How mild-mannered, smooth, ambitious Steven Rattner transformed himself into a Manhattan superhero. An excerpt from the controversial new book Autumn of the Moguls.
- May 26, 2003
- Troubled Times
The Times is more than a newspaper. To its reporters and editors, it’s a religion. And the Jayson Blair Affair is a story of a sinner (Blair), the powerful (Howell Raines), the faithful (led by Metro editor Jon Landman), and a highly unusual exorcism.
- July 16, 2001
- Culture Is Not a Store!
. . . and other laments of the newly ascendant European anti-globalization protesters, who will -- stay tuned -- rock Dubya's world starting next week.
- January 21, 2002
- Paper Boy
Wunderkind Adam Moss was the handsome young glossy god, the guy who was supposed to change the magazine world -- and then he sought protective custody at the Times.
- March 25, 2002
- The Koppel Topple
Do not ask for whom the ticker scrolls, Ted. It scrolls for thee: Why Nightline's troubles may presage a news-dinosaur extinction.
- March 1, 1999
- Brand Monica
The intern formerly known as a little nutty and a little slutty is now, suddenly, media queen of the moment. And she hasn't even gotten her Barbara Walters makeover yet.
- April 2, 2001
- Leading Indicator
Who is Times columnist Paul Krugman and why is he saying those terrible things about Alan Greenspan?
- June 4, 2001
- The Missing Link
A rude host isn't the real reason Weakest Link is plastered all over NBC's schedule. Would you believe a brash young agent has discovered TV's new secret formula?