Month: December 2018

Sylvana Ward-Durrett, CEO of MaisonetteCourtesy of Maisonette Never mind The Devil Wears Prada gossip. Working with Vogue’s Anna Wintour is a fantastic training ground—long hours, fashion contacts, brand expertise, exceptional work. High-profile professional success typically comes at a high cost—less family time. To that, two ex-Vogue momtrepreneurs say B.S.! Well, they might if weren’t so
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  If you’re planning to make New Year’s resolutions for 2019, there’s a good chance at least one of them will be related to your finances. Money management issues like big credit card bills or a small savings account balance may be more top of mind on a day-to-day basis, but the beginning of a
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The vote for “Brexit” in 2016, a surge of support for UK’s Labour and Jeremy Corbyn in 2017 plus the victory of “The League” and “Five Star Movement” in Italy during 2018 are not the high watermark of European populism. A demonstrator wearing a yellow vests (Gilets jaune) speaks to gendarmerie security forces during protests
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A interview with billionaire debt investor and founder of Oaktree Capital Management, Howard Marks. In this interview, Howard discusses how he invests in market cycles and the mentality of a successful investor. Howard also talks about starting a Hedge Fund/Asset Management firm and the trade war. ? Books by Howard Marks and his favourite books
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In recent years, Mediterranean and Asia Pacific flavors have become more mainstream, with diners indulging in the Hawaiian dish poke and falafel rice bowls at restaurants like Cava. However, in 2019 you’ll likely see more of a North African and Middle Eastern influence. Harissa, a Tunisian hot chili pepper paste, is already enticing diners in
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