Hooray for arbitrary lists!
Meanwhile, Jolie falls to #18.
Gisele is the richest, but you've known that.
Bloomberg is the top New Yorker on the list, with a cool $18 billion fortune.
At least according to the unscientific lists of 'Forbes'!
"We — and the entire media world — have been hit hard by both the severe recession and the seismic shifts wrought by the Web."
Mayor Bloomberg and the rest of the combined 'Forbes' 400 actually lost wealth last year.
She drops on the 'Forbes' list of the world's most powerful women for the fourth straight year.
Rascal Flatts more famous than Obama? Puhleeze!
Well, maybe not EVER. Bruce Wayne was pretty rich and powerful, too.
How else will it be able to keep up the lifestyle it has become accustomed to?
The 'Times' will give up the forbidden place — for a price.
We're really hoping Thursday will be the day this week no one gets fired.
In today's Company Town: Yahoo goes down, 'The Wall Street Journal' gets sloppy, Harry Macklowe throws in the towel, and more.
Sting buys a new place, the West Side is in jeopardy, and Wachovia raises $7 billion in our daily news roundup.
New Zagat stats indicate the average price of a meal here is up $2, but we're still far from the most expensive city in the world.