Our annual survey of the city’s top M.D.’s is an elite list of 1,300 doctors, determined by a jury of their peers, broken down by field and specialty so you can easily find the medical talent you need. We’ve also spotlighted some specialties—living with HIV, infertility—that are causing excitement, and controversy, in the city’s medical community. And we’ve added ten doctors to the Hall of Fame—including Memorial Sloan-Kettering cancer surgeon Richard Barakat, noninvasive-heart-surgery pioneer Valavanur A. Subramanian, and “Angel of the Five Towns” Mordecai Zucker, who still makes house calls at the age of 77.
Last Thursday, in an extraordinary newsroom meeting, Howell Raines and Gerald Boyd fell on their swords. But this doesn’t mean that the man who sent them into battle, publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr., is giving up the fight to change the paper. Nowadays, the Times is more than a newspaper—it’s a business. Not that that’s the message Sulzberger wants to send to the newsroom.
Allen Myerson seemed to have it all: an important post at the Times, a beautiful wife who’d just become pregnant, and a new house in a tony suburb. No wonder his friends were shocked when he asked for a divorce, and stunned when, last August, he leapt to his death. But that was just the beginning of a fierce emotional battle between Myerson’s wife and his sisters over his estate—and the reasons why he took his own life.
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