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The Adulterer in the Room
In 2001, Eric Schmidt was brought to Google to be “the adult in the room.” He became a billionaire—but raised eyebrows with his very open marriage
At Dalton, one of New York’s toniest private schools, a bruising battle rages between the woke and the trads
666 Fifth Avenue was supposed to put the Kushners on the New York map. It’s been a devil of a headache
Mayor Mike 2.0?
Is Raymond McGuire—Wall Street player and political novice—the man to replace de Blasio? The big-bucks elite think so
Vice Gets Squeezed
Shane Smith convinced Rupert Murdoch and Disney that his company was, as the kids say, the sh!t. Until it wasn’t. How did Vice blow it—and trash billions in valuation?
Barbarians at the School Gate
Part II: Illicit affairs? Kids out of wedlock? Will smear-mongering parents trash one of New York’s most elite schools?
The New King of All Media
Scott Galloway, one half of the must-listen podcast Pivot, is everywhere these days, railing against big tech and spreading big ideas
Leon Black and the other investors and philanthropists who want to unfriend Jeffrey Epstein