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Prince Harry tumbles off polo ponyupdated: Mon Jun 28 2010 16:58:00

During a polo match in New York, Britain's Prince Harry fell off his pony. Prince Harry Getting a Polo Rematch in N.Y.C. This Summerupdated: Wed Jun 02 2010 11:29:00

The British royal will participate in the third annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in New York on June 27

Movie food -- from low-class nibbles to luxury diningupdated: Fri Apr 02 2010 09:54:00

Movie audiences have always known the joys of in-seat snacking, but it took the theaters a while to come around.

Professional liar cheated on me, I stayedupdated: Fri Feb 19 2010 16:12:00

I once loved a man who lied. He lied constantly and ardently -- professionally, even. The Three Faces of Prince Harryupdated: Mon Jun 01 2009 12:13:00

"Deep down inside, I'm three different people," the royal says of his split personalities Coming to America: Prince Harry!updated: Wed May 13 2009 13:07:00

Late May will bring his first formal visit to the U.S., for a charity polo match in New York

Alternatives to New Year's Eve partiesupdated: Thu Dec 27 2007 12:36:00

Here is my New Year's Rockin' Eve fantasy: A lipstick-red strapless dress (think Ava Gardner in "One Touch of Venus") finished with a pair of Brian Atwood heels that make your legs look like the floor is the only thing that's stopping them from going on forever, a crystal flute of Veuve Clicquot, a little "Auld Lang Syne," a lot of colored lights, and the man of your dreams (obviously, in this case, that would be my boyfriend -- not Clive Owen, not Benicio Del Toro, not the green-eyed guy who sold me sunglasses at Barneys -- and shame on you for dragging them into this) takes your face in his cool, confident hands and gives you the kind of kiss that makes the world fall away just as the clock strikes 12. Friends are giddy, caviar is glistening, the old year is ending, and the new year is whatever I say it is.

Learning to lead in Champagneupdated: Thu May 24 2007 13:08:00

Many people choosing MBAs hope to go on to enjoy the finer things in life. But one business school is taking a more direct route by actually studying one of the globe's true pleasures -- Champagne.

French schools surge forwardsupdated: Thu Feb 15 2007 13:30:00

In comparison with countries like the United States, or even the UK, France sometimes has a popular reputation for economic sluggishness and a centralist approach to business which can strangle enterprises in red tape.

Fortune: The FORTUNE $500updated: Thu Apr 13 2006 12:54:00

Take your cut

Fortune: What can you buy for $500? 24 great splurgesupdated: Thu Apr 13 2006 11:40:00

We admit it: $500 is hardly a staggering sum when it comes to investments like custom suits or watches that will be passed on as heirlooms.

Money Magazine: Bring on the Bubblyupdated: Wed Dec 01 2004 00:01:00

The party starts in half an hour. The shrimp cocktail is on ice, the rumaki are in the oven and you've perfected your hot toddy. Hair? Fabulous. Mistletoe? Check. And then it hits you. Champagne, g...

Fortune: The Magic Touch LVMH chief Bernard Arnault runs dozens of luxury brands, from Moet & Chandon to Thomas updated: Mon Sep 06 2004 00:01:00

In the conference room of an exquisite townhouse off Hanover Square in London, two dozen executives of luxury powerhouse LVMH are contemplating a critical question: Who should be the new women's we...

FSB: Four must-see sites--and one to avoid.updated: Sun Dec 01 2002 00:01:00 On my mother's last visit, we spent our time doing her two favorite New York City things: walking through Central Park and eating dessert. For the latter I pulled her into a ...

Fortune: Actually, I'd Rather Have That Favor Than a Raiseupdated: Mon Apr 16 2001 00:01:00

Every boss does it.

Fortune: Room Review: The Blue Trainupdated: Mon Nov 27 2000 00:01:00

Sure, living among the wildebeests can be fabulous. But sometimes what a person really needs is to watch the scenery pass by while lounging in a marble bathtub, surrounded by lilies and roses, a bu...

Money Magazine: January Buysupdated: Sat Jan 01 2000 00:01:00

--SNOWSHOES Hot gear for the cold. With the recent growth of recreational snowshoeing, a wider and more affordable selection of models has arrived on the scene. Today's snowshoes are light, durable...

Money Magazine: The Real Y2K List From batteries to bank statements, here's what you'll need.updated: Wed Dec 01 1999 00:01:00

Recently, frustrated Year 2000 campaigners paraded naked through the streets of San Francisco in an effort to draw attention to the need to prepare nuclear power systems for the Coming Computer Deb...

Money Magazine: Bubble Rap Picking the best sparkling wines for New Year's--or any timeupdated: Fri Jan 01 1999 00:01:00

When was the last time you sipped a flute of champagne? At a wedding? At an anniversary? Last New Year's Eve? Well, if you think of breaking out the bubbly only on special occasions, you're not alo...

Fortune: New Year's Eve 1999--The Night the Bubbly Ran Out?updated: Mon Dec 21 1998 00:01:00

It's Dec. 31, 1999. You're hosting the party of the millennium. When the clock strikes midnight, you raise a glass to toast the year 2000. Sadly, that glass is filled not with Dom Perignon but with...


You probably don't associate football season with fine wine. It's a time of tailgate parties, and where I come from that means mustard-soaked hot dogs and cans of Budweiser.


Call it the Great Grape Squeeze. The price of first-class Bordeaux rose a head-spinning 30% last year, and topflight California wines kept pace. Blame a bunch of souring factors. A string of so-so ...

Fortune: HOW BUFFETT DID IN '92updated: Mon Jan 11 1993 00:01:00

Most investors who end the year doing twice as well as the market would break out the Veuve Clicquot. Not Warren Buffett: ''Nineteen ninety-two will be worse than average,'' says the Oracle of Omah...

Money Magazine: FORGET ABOUT THE RECESSION: WORRY ABOUT THE RECOVERYupdated: Sat Jun 01 1991 00:01:00

Slowly, oh, so slowly, the U.S. economy is reviving. The downturn, in its 11th month, is now as long as the average recession since World War II. But some economists say that before this slump ends...

Fortune: WHERE TO SIP A GLASS OF WINE Bars that specialize in wines offer plenty of good choices. Good advice is harder to come by.updated: Mon Apr 28 1986 00:01:00

Just a few years ago, wine bars were popping up across the U.S. from Chicago to Chattanooga. America was believed to be full of wine enthusiasts who would flock to places that provided a large vari...

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