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Latest Stories Owen Wilson Slowly Moves Back into Public Eyeupdated: Mon Oct 29 2007 17:32:00

Owen Wilson took two baby steps back into public life this weekend – first in his MySpace interview with pal Wes Anderson, then over the weekend when he went to dinner at Mr. Chow's in Beverly Hills and attended a party Sunday night at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, PEOPLE has learned. Britney Spears Allegedly Runs Over Photographer's Footupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 16:43:00

Britney Spears allegedly ran over a photographer's foot Thursday night when she was swarmed pulling out of a Beverly Hills parking garage.

How to treat smile linesupdated: Mon Oct 01 2007 12:45:00

Life is full of reasons to smile, but expressing joy can cause lines to form around your eyes and mouth. Luckily, you don't have to grin and bear it. Read on for tips to keep creases at bay and make skin look smoother and younger Rumer Willis Goes Platinum - Blonde, That Isupdated: Sat Sep 29 2007 00:33:00

Rumer Willis liked the wig she's been wearing in her latest movie so much that she had her hair dyed platinum blonde for real.

CNNMoney: Housing: Big-ticket vs. Big valueupdated: Tue Sep 25 2007 21:32:00

What's the difference between living in Beverly Hills and Killeen, Texas? About $2 million, according to a new survey.

Fortune: Tales of the crash of 2007updated: Thu Sep 13 2007 05:25:00

It doesn't look to me as if there will be a recession - at least not a major recession - from the subprime problems or the credit crunch or any of that panic on Wall Street. But there are effects rippling all over the place right here and now, and some of them are not what you might expect (though some are). Paris Hilton Buys $5.9M Beverly Hills Houseupdated: Fri Sep 07 2007 16:34:00

Paris Hilton is expanding.

Japan's culinary king takes on the worldupdated: Fri Sep 07 2007 10:55:00

The name Nobu is synonymous with fashionable dining rooms and expensive menus, and celebrities flock to eat and be seen at one of the world's hippest restaurant chains. Lindsay Lohan Gets Jail in DUI Casesupdated: Thu Aug 23 2007 21:25:00

Lindsay Lohan will serve at least 24 hours in jail in her drunken-driving cases under the terms of a plea deal reached Thursday.

TMZ: Lohan cocaine charges may be droppedupdated: Wed Aug 22 2007 08:59:00

The Los Angeles County District Attorney's office is disinclined to charge Lindsay Lohan with three drug-related felonies, a decision that could spare the troubled actress from a prison sentence, celebrity news outlet reported on Tuesday. Victoria Beckham: 'Loving Our New House'updated: Wed Aug 15 2007 10:23:00

In her first blog update since becoming a resident of Los Angeles less than a month ago, Victoria Beckham has already started to talk like a Valley Girl.

Hollywood's hottest hairstylesupdated: Mon Aug 06 2007 23:32:00

Tired of wearing the same old style? Take a cue from these stars and transform your tresses with the help of expert how-tos. Report: Lindsay Lohan Flew to Mom in N.Y.updated: Mon Aug 06 2007 15:13:00

Laying low following her July 24 arrest for DUI, driving with a suspended license and cocaine possession, Lindsay Lohan, 21, quietly made her way to mom Dina's house in Long Island, N.Y., on Friday.

How to repair your face after too much sunupdated: Mon Jul 23 2007 06:38:00

Skin 101: How to treat and protect against sun damage. Lindsay Lohan Formally Booked in DUI Caseupdated: Sat Jul 21 2007 13:33:00

Lindsay Lohan quietly surrendered to Beverly Hills police Thursday to be formally booked on misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence and hit-and-run stemming from a car crash last May. How to Eat Sushi During a Fish Scare updated: Thu Jul 19 2007 10:00:00

The FDA alert has made aficionados of raw fish nervous. Here's how to navigate through a newly anxious marketplace Beckhams Settle into L.A. Family Lifeupdated: Tue Jul 17 2007 07:22:00

Despite the frenzy that greeted their arrival from Britain on Thursday, the weekend was anything but quiet for David and Victoria Beckham as they and their brood settled into their new Beverly Hills home. Al Gore's Daughter Sarah Gets Marriedupdated: Mon Jul 16 2007 14:32:00

The youngest of Al Gore's three daughters, Sarah Gore, 28, married businessman Bill Lee in Beverly Hills on Saturday, family spokesperson Kalee Kreider confirms to PEOPLE. Extreme Makeover Surgeon Garth Fisher Wedsupdated: Mon Jun 25 2007 12:42:00

Garth Fisher, a plastic surgeon on ABC's Extreme Makeover, married former Playboy model Jessica Canseco on Saturday evening before 50 family members and close friends who gathered at the couple's home in Bel-Air, Calif. Victoria Beckham TV Show Faces Uncertain Futureupdated: Sat Jun 02 2007 09:23:00

Victoria Beckham's shooting schedule for her NBC reality has been thrown into disarray now that husband David has been recalled to play for the English national soccer team.

Fortune: Amazon's 7-year itchupdated: Tue May 29 2007 09:56:00

In the wake of's rousing first quarter--profits of $111 million, up 115% from last year--it seems relevant to look back on an article this writer reported seven years ago (Fortune, May 1... Romeo in Loveupdated: Wed Mar 21 2007 12:37:00

With apologies to William Shakespeare, Beverly Hills (Calif.) junior Romeo Miller has not yet found his Juliet, but he has embraced his first love.

Business 2.0: The Road to Welvilleupdated: Thu Mar 15 2007 13:25:00

Feeling a bit doughy? Down in the workaday dumps? Too much time in the Aeron and not enough taking in fresh air? No worries - I have a cure for what ails you. Just a little something to start the b...

Business 2.0: Roadshow Retreatsupdated: Thu Mar 15 2007 12:50:00

You've finally managed to hit up enough angels, family, and friends to amass your first round of seed funding. Now it's time to take your idea on the road to woo customers, pitch VCs, and rub elbow...

Fortune: Zestimates of the rich and famousupdated: Wed Feb 21 2007 10:01:00

A look at estimates for some of the most prominent houses in's database.

Time to book your cruiseupdated: Fri Feb 09 2007 12:22:00

It's wave season, when many vacationers book their cruises for later in the year. Wave season runs through the end of March and is a good time to reserve if you want to make sure you'll get your first choice of dates, itineraries and cabins.

Q&A with Rocco Forteupdated: Fri Dec 15 2006 11:59:00

CNN listens in on a question and answer session Rocco Forte has with staff at the new Hotel de Rome in Berlin two days before the hotel opened to its first guests.

Business 2.0: Los Angelesupdated: Wed Oct 04 2006 13:20:00

Morning meetings

CNNMoney: 12 Topekas. 1 Beverly Hills. Tough tradeupdated: Wed Sep 27 2006 09:12:00

Pity the poor, modern-day Jed Clampett, exchanging the simple and inexpensive life of the Ozarks for the glitz, glamor - and prices - of Beverly Hills. A typical middle-class house in the Southern California city now costs more than 10 times what a similar place sells for near Clampett's old stomping grounds, Fort Smith, Ark.

Fortune: Insider's guideupdated: Fri May 19 2006 10:06:00

In L.A., where you go is just as important as what you drive--and who goes where is as carefully plotted as The Da Vinci Code: Stars such as Heath Ledger, Natalie Portman, and Scarlett Johansson dig the Chateau Marmont (no surprise), while studio brass can be spotted breakfasting at the Belvedere, where you can often catch them popping open a bottle of Bollinger to celebrate a deal.

Hot on the trail of Angelina Jolieupdated: Tue May 09 2006 10:24:00

We're barreling down the streets of Beverly Hills and Angelina Jolie is in our sights. Her black Range Rover, just ahead. I'm in the middle of a pack of paparazzi in pursuit of the red-hot actress, and my adrenaline is pumping.

CNNMoney: Monopoly rolls dice, changes lookupdated: Mon Apr 24 2006 08:02:00

Monopoly, invented in 1935, is getting with the times.

Fortune: Ultimate Gathering: Why rent a the whole hotelupdated: Wed Apr 05 2006 11:47:00

Renting out an entire hotel used to be a rare event -- only reclusive CEOs or paparazzi-shy celebrities would buy out every room. But now, taking over a hotel is easier and more accessible than ever, for anything from a family reunion to a business off-site.

How the super-rich go car shoppingupdated: Tue Apr 04 2006 16:11:00

Here's a sales pitch I'll bet you'd never expect for a 20-foot-long $390,000 luxury sedan: "It makes a great gift."

Stuff rich people get for freeupdated: Fri Mar 03 2006 01:40:00

Once upon a time -- like about, oh, 1988 -- stars didn't receive anything for presenting and participating in the Oscars. It was an honor just to be asked.

CNNMoney: A primer for aspiring oenophilesupdated: Fri Dec 16 2005 14:39:00

"You simply can't build a $20 million mansion that doesn't have a wine cellar!" declares Jeff Smith, a wine consultant based in Beverly Hills. He's not joking: One client who recently retained his services is in AA but wanted a lavish cellar to impress guests.

Business 2.0: Jet Taxiupdated: Sat Oct 01 2005 00:01:00

Should you want to parse the particulars of owning a Lamborghini, you'd need numbers rather than words. To wit: The average Lambo buyer--and there are 500 of them each year--has assets exceeding $1...

CNNMoney: Soaring pump prices...the bright sideupdated: Thu Aug 25 2005 15:39:00

When CNN/Money asked readers how rising gas prices are affecting them, our in-box was flooded with stories of budget cutting, initiating gas-saving strategies, switching cars...and even jobs.

Business 2.0: No Time? No Excuse.updated: Wed Jun 01 2005 00:01:00

Want to have Sylvester Stallone's pecs or Jennifer Lopez's ... well, you know--but can't fit two-hour stints at the gym into your what-time-zone-is-this travel schedule? The answer is, you don't ha...

Entertainment Weekly: The Must Listupdated: Mon Apr 18 2005 12:54:00

Weezer, weather, and eight other things we recommend this week:

Money Magazine: Home Is Where the Art Isupdated: Fri Apr 01 2005 00:01:00

Thanks to an onslaught of home design magazines, TV shows and coffee-table books, real estate buyers these days are not only savvier about architecture, they'll pay a premium for a house designed b...

Fortune: All the rageupdated: Mon Mar 21 2005 00:01:00

SOME THINGS YOU GET A FEELING about but don't quite understand. You see stuff and get an overall picture of what's going on, but the whys and wherefores don't arrive on time with the observation. S...

CNNMoney: Lead paint, mold and pesky ghostupdated: Sun Mar 13 2005 19:14:00

SALEM, Ore. (CNN/Money) - When your house is on the market, you brag about its best features. When you accept an offer, however, you'll need to disclose all of its flaws.

Pair accused of child torture arrested in Utahupdated: Fri Feb 04 2005 13:22:00

A Florida couple accused of torturing and starving five of their seven children were taken into custody Friday night in Utah after detectives were able to track their cell phone signals, authorities said.

Couple accused of torturing childrenupdated: Thu Feb 03 2005 23:30:00

A manhunt has been launched in Florida for a couple accused of torturing five of seven children in their home, including pulling out their toenails with pliers and keeping them so malnourished that they "looked like pictures from Auschwitz," authorities said Thursday.

The 'Grimm' leaperupdated: Mon Aug 30 2004 08:57:00

To the casual moviegoer, the release date of a film is irrelevant. The radio, television and Internet advertisements warn us all a few weeks prior to release what's on the horizon and we plan our weekends accordingly. As a result, the frantic waltz of films around release dates is often lost on the populace. It's a war waged in trenches in Beverly Hills and Burbank, but not in the public eye.

Movie planned on girl once thought deadupdated: Mon Mar 29 2004 15:17:00

Movie and book rights to the story of a 6-year-old girl kidnapped from her crib less than two weeks after her birth have been purchased by a Beverly Hills production company.

Money Magazine: Real Workupdated: Sun Feb 01 2004 00:01:00

The line between TV and the real world gets even blurrier in 2004 as reality television turns its cameras on the corporate world. Can you pick the fakes from the real shows?

Fortune: Shop, Then Drop In For Surgeryupdated: Mon Nov 10 2003 00:01:00

Coming soon to a mall near you: tummy tucks, boob jobs, and booty lifts. With extreme makeovers more popular than ever, plastic surgeons are going retail. The ritziest new entrant: Rodeo Drive Plas...

Money Magazine: Where The Dollar Is Strongupdated: Sat Nov 01 2003 00:01:00

Dollar stores are having a hot year: The four major publicly traded buck-or-less chains have outpaced the S&P 500 so far in 2003. Some 62% of American households reported shopping at a Dollar Gener...

Fortune: Rodeo Driveupdated: Mon Nov 25 2002 00:01:00

Winona isn't the only Beverly Hills icon in trouble. Swanky Rodeo Drive is struggling: Sales tax revenues along the strip have been eroding for the past year--they're down 5.3% in the most recent q...

Money Magazine: Hair Careupdated: Tue Jan 01 2002 00:01:00

$94.46 Annual amount the average American household spends on hair-care products

Fortune: L.A.: We're Still Important! Really!updated: Mon Nov 12 2001 00:01:00

The calamities of Sept. 11 struck New York and Washington, D.C., but as the country mobilizes, spiritual leadership is coming from 3,000 miles away. BEVERLY HILLS HAS SIGNIFICANT ROLE IN THE WAR ON...

Fortune: You Can Keep The Wine We gave $100 to Ben Ford, owner/chef of hot Beverly Hills restaurant Chadwick, to buy updated: Mon Oct 29 2001 00:01:00

I was trying to avoid buying white, because I knew it wouldn't make it through the weekend. Around here the reds get looted a lot less quickly.

Fortune: Put a Little War In Your Wardrobeupdated: Mon May 14 2001 00:01:00

Like some sort of dark daffodil, camouflage is popping up all over. But even when coming from a chichi fashion house--and many have surrendered to the trend--it gives off a welcome whiff of insurge...

Fortune: Don't Lose It At The Movies The Brothers McMullen and Blair Witch--yes. Waterworld II--no. A primer on indie-film investing.updated: Mon Jan 08 2001 00:01:00

You read about it all the time. Some independent film, made by young punks using credit cards and loans from Uncle Bob, goes on to earn millions at the box office. Soon they're on the cover of TIME...

Fortune: Here's Licking At You, Kid updated: Mon Oct 16 2000 00:01:00

Breath mints are for weenies. These days, the orally fixated are catching on to something Indians have known for thousands of years--when it comes to maintaining socially acceptable breath, nothing...

Money Magazine: My tech and health-care portfolio is down 30%. Is it time to diversify?updated: Fri Sep 01 2000 00:01:00

Q. This year I rode the bear market, and now my technology and health-care fund portfolio is down about 30%. I'm 52 and plan to retire in 10 years. Should I diversify my holdings? GIUSE NELLI SALT ...

Fortune: California Screamin' Southern California has finally created a world-class annual car fest that befits its status updated: Mon Jul 24 2000 00:01:00

La-La Land has always thrived on excess, but this past June, Los Angeles outdid even its fabulous self by hosting a world-class weeklong celebration in honor of its second-favorite lust object, the...

Fortune: Los Angelesupdated: Mon May 01 2000 00:01:00

An hour: Who says L.A. has no history? For 73 years the Delgado family, at Candelas Guitars (2724 Cesar Chavez Avenue, 323-261-2011), has been handcrafting guitars in rosewood and mahogany for the ...

FSB: City of the Starsupdated: Tue Feb 01 2000 00:01:00

In a town that caters to big egos, finding good food and lodging is a cinch. So we'll devote a little space to the real challenge: driving L.A.'s freeways. Tip No. 1: Don't leave LAX without a cell...

Fortune: Faster Moves For Online Traders TIME EQUALS MONEYupdated: Mon Jul 19 1999 00:01:00

When Manhattan day trader Jim Walker put in a buy order this spring on E*Trade, the stock was at about 48. Forty minutes later the confirmation came back: He'd just paid 56. "You can never directly...

Fortune: The Ultimate Bag of Freebiesupdated: Mon Apr 12 1999 00:01:00

The best part about speaking at corporate off-sites is, of course, the freebies. Yes, the exotic locales and fancy dinners are nice. But the stuff--the tote bags, the Beefy-T's, the logo watches......

Fortune: Cool Euro Telecomsupdated: Mon Mar 29 1999 00:01:00

So Olivetti's $58 billion hostile bid for Telecom Italia is supposedly the wave of the future in Europe. How can an ordinary investor make money from the region's rapidly changing telecommunication...

Fortune: L'Ermitage: L.A.'s Hotel Of Hedonism There are great business hotels--and then there are the high-tech, high-Zen updated: Mon Nov 09 1998 00:01:00

Perhaps it was getting gently wrapped in an 88-inch towel as I emerged from the rooftop pool. Or maybe it was finding personalized business cards and letterhead in my desk upon arrival. Or discover...

Fortune: Haute Performance Life is far more celluloid than streetwise in the new Bentley Arnage. As much fun as it is updated: Mon Aug 03 1998 00:01:00

Opening scene: somewhere in Beverly Hills on a warm, hazy summer day. The camera pans a stretch of boulevard; in the background, large, well-tended manses perch. In the foreground, a startling glin...

Money Magazine: HOT ROD FEVERupdated: Sat Nov 01 1997 00:01:00

Steering his immaculate '32 Ford across the manicured 18th fairway of the Pebble Beach golf course, Bruce Meyer gooses the throttle and releases a roar that says: "We're not to be ignored." Rumblin...


Katharine Hepburn somersaulted into the pool here; Marilyn Monroe romanced Yves Montand here; Howard Hughes, sitting naked under a light bulb, signed away ownership of TWA here; Neil Simon brought ...

Fortune: HAUTE HAMBURGERSupdated: Mon Mar 31 1997 00:01:00

In 1995, about one in five people who went out to eat ordered a hamburger. Even upscale restaurants are bringing back the burger, making it out of tuna or gussying it up with homemade ketchup. So s...

Fortune: POWER BREAKFASTSupdated: Mon Feb 17 1997 00:01:00

Power these days is demonstrated best through restraint, so you can forget about inhaling the bacon and eggs at your breakfast of champions. Instead, order black coffee and a plain bagel, and see w...

Money Magazine: An exclusive interview with the new IRS boss; shopping by TV; new charity ratings; homeowner woes HOW TO AVOID A SCALPING AT THEupdated: Sun Aug 01 1993 00:01:00

President Clinton's reported $200 haircut by Beverly Hills stylist Cristophe left us wondering what prices and service the rest of America gets when losing its locks. So we sent a dozen corresponde...

Fortune: FRESH YOUNG FUNDS FROM THE OLD PROSupdated: Mon Jul 12 1993 00:01:00

In a perfect world investors could sidle up to a hot money manager who'd whisk their money into his or her favorite stock pick in a flash. It's rarely so easy. By the time you learn about a good ma...

Fortune: HERE COMES THE BEST HOUSING MARKET IN A DECADEupdated: Mon May 03 1993 00:01:00

Ah, spring, when youngish men's and women's fancies turn to . . . real estate, of course. Happily, the blizzards and floods that depressed home sales and new construction in recent months disguised...

Fortune: How to Win in Bonds When Rates Are Low Surging bond prices mean yield-hungry investors must clip their expectations. But with thupdated: Mon Mar 22 1993 00:01:00

ATTENTION, please, fixed-income passengers: We'd like to apologize for the recent interest-rate turbulence. As you may have noticed, that last air pocket knocked down yields on 30-year Treasuries t...

Fortune: CITIBANK ALUM LOOKS FOR TROUBLEupdated: Mon Dec 28 1992 00:01:00

The U.S.'s biggest bank may be having its problems, but no one can say it doesn't do a fine job of grooming executives -- for top positions at other financial institutions. Since 1984, a half-dozen...


The intersection of Western Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in South-Central Los Angeles looked like hundreds of others in the sprawl of Southern California -- a public school, a Unocal...

Money Magazine: WHY IT PAYS TO PLAY BY THE CD RULESupdated: Sun Dec 01 1991 00:01:00

Consider this nightmarish scenario: you sink a large sum in a supposedly safe CD, only to lose a hefty chunk of your money when the issuer goes broke. That is what is happening now to an estimated ...

Fortune: OWNING A SHARE OF AMERICA'S PASTupdated: Mon Nov 18 1991 00:01:00

Think playing today's stock market is tough? Try playing yesterday's. Sanford Mock, a senior VP for investments at Paine Webber, has collected more than 800 antique stock and bond certificates. He ...

Money Magazine: INSTALLING THE DREAM With eager contractors willing to cut prices, renovating now can get you the rooms you want for less.updated: Wed May 01 1991 00:01:00

The market forces now working for the home buyer are motivating home renovators as well. They too see low borrowing rates, soft prices and builders willing to make concessions. With new-home starts...

Money Magazine: SAVINGS: THE FAULT IS NOT IN OUR STARSupdated: Sun Apr 01 1990 00:01:00

Naturally you want high rates. You also want safety. So you put your money in institutions listed here that have been awarded three stars by Veribanc, a Wakefield, Mass. consulting firm that suppli...

Fortune: INDUSTRIES THAT WALL STREET EXPECTS TO SHINE IN 1990updated: Mon Dec 18 1989 00:01:00

Security analysts are usually a pretty optimistic bunch. But over the past quarter they've been sounding more like Chicken Little than Dr. Pangloss. By September, Wall Street's ''consensus forecast...

Money Magazine: The Store of the Year MONEY takes you shopping at Barneys, the expanding fashion palace known for its splendid blend of haute anupdated: Wed Nov 01 1989 00:01:00

A sameness has invaded the world of fashionable department stores, from the % pesky people spritzing perfume in the aisles to the racks of lookalike clothes to the indifferent sales help. But shopp...

Fortune: FEEL-GOOD FUNDS updated: Mon Aug 14 1989 00:01:00

Prefer to let someone else choose your stocks? Morningstar, a Chicago firm that rates mutual funds, considers the five below most likely to prosper in bad times and good. They don't all succeed the...

Fortune: 'I WOKE UP WITH MY STOMACH CHURNING' Drexel CEO Fred Joseph has skinnied down the investment bank and laid off 40% of his employupdated: Mon Jul 03 1989 00:01:00

WHAT DID HE KNOW, and when did he know it? These questions hover over Fred Joseph, co-chairman and CEO of Drexel Burnham Lambert. Michael Milken, who ran Drexel's high-yield bond operation in Bever...

Fortune: THOSE COLD CALLS LEAVE HIM COLD Brokerage houses are destroying their own reputations by putting hundreds of trainees on the phoupdated: Mon Apr 24 1989 00:01:00

A broker I didn't know called the other day offering me a ''hot new issue.'' It was one of five calls in two days from a single securities firm. And it was one of a steady succession of calls I get...

Fortune: DREXEL'S PROFIT AND POTENTIAL LOSSupdated: Mon Feb 27 1989 00:01:00

What brokerage house is going to pay the largest fine in securities industry history, yet still claims it will wind up booking a tiny profit? You guessed it, Drexel Burnham Lambert. The company has...

Fortune: WHAT ADVISERS TO THE RICH ADVISE Since the crash, the wealthy have been more cautious. Maybe too cautious, say updated: Wed Nov 02 1988 00:01:00

SO A YEAR or so ago you had $10,000, $50,000, or $200,000 tied up in the stock market. But the dismal events of October 1987, and merciless volatility since then, have inspired you to sock your mon...

Money Magazine: WHAT DREXEL'S TROUBLES MEAN TO SMALL INVESTORS updated: Tue Nov 01 1988 00:01:00

While Drexel Burnham Lambert and its junk bond impresario Michael Milken struggle with the Securities and Exchange Commission over charges of insider trading and other securities violations, invest...

Fortune: IN THESE NERVOUS TIMES, EVEN CDs ARE A CHALLENGEupdated: Mon Sep 26 1988 00:01:00

CDs are hot again. Considered dull when the stock market looked as though it went only up, those humdrum old certificates of deposit are getting more attention from investors. They're also getting ...

Fortune: LET MY PEOPLE SMOKEupdated: Mon Aug 01 1988 00:01:00

Just two weeks after the tobacco industry lost its first case in court -- a New Jersey federal jury awarded the widower of a cancer victim $400,000 in damages -- Philip Morris took the offensive. T...

Fortune: Royalty in Texas, Brains in Singapore, Correlations in Congress, and Other Matters. Only in America (con't)updated: Mon Mar 14 1988 00:01:00

LOS ANGELES -- The first woman to join the ranks of the 700-member Friars Club in Beverly Hills is requesting that the club's sauna, showers, and Jacuzzi be opened to its four female members . . . ...

Fortune: Still toying with the good lifeupdated: Mon Nov 23 1987 00:01:00

Most surveys say the market crash has not spooked consumers, and certain conspicuous consumers apparently couldn't care less about its effect. Toys for Adults, a retail show featuring such items as...

Fortune: Unity Savings & Loan Associationupdated: Mon Oct 26 1987 00:01:00

Few savings and loan chairmen take home 20% of their thrift's annual profit. Yet Unity's David Roberts did; he received an estimated $672,000 in total compensation during fiscal 1987, when Unity's ...

Fortune: Getting ready for Mike Wallaceupdated: Mon May 11 1987 00:01:00

Is there anything Americans can teach the Japanese? Yes. How to deal with the probing, irreverent U.S. media. Japanese companies like Nissan Motor, Mitsubishi, and Suzuki are spending between $3,00...

Fortune: Dressing Up at Drexel, A Fear of Booze, Computers for Dinner, and Other Matters. The Big Storyupdated: Mon Dec 22 1986 00:01:00

Dressing for success is in the news. Searching for excellence is in the news. Drexel Burnham Lambert is in the news. So you could arguably argue that the detail we stumbled across the other day, on...

Money Magazine: SPECIAL REPORT/NET WORTH SAT (STATUS AWARENESS TEST) updated: Mon Dec 01 1986 00:01:00

Ever wonder whether your perceptions of other people's finances square with reality? Take this quiz. We want to warn you that it's not easy; if you answer more than six questions correctly, conside...

Fortune: What $1,925 buysupdated: Mon Sep 29 1986 00:01:00

Dunhill Tailors in New York City is advertising custom-tailored suits starting at $1,925. A bit steep? Consider what else that much can buy today: One month's rent on (a) a one-bedroom apartment ea...

Fortune: Kenneth Jay Lane Inc.updated: Mon Apr 14 1986 00:01:00

''The easiest way for a woman to become Cinderella is to put on jewelry,'' says costume jeweler Kenneth Jay Lane. One way for a company to become Cinderella is to sell the jewelry. Kenneth Jay Lane...

Fortune: UNCLE SAM ENTERS THE S&L BUSINESS To its chagrin, the Reagan Administration has wound up owning a motley -- and growing -- cupdated: Mon Nov 25 1985 00:01:00

RONALD REAGAN hoped to go down in history as the President who shrank the government and unleashed the free-market system. He may be remembered instead as the head of an Administration that nationa...

Fortune: More S&L woesupdated: Mon May 27 1985 00:01:00

The already punch-drunk California thrift industry took two more body blows when Beverly Hills Savings & Loan failed and was taken over by the Federal Home Loan Bank Board, and Bell National Corp.,...

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