It seems that whoever tells the biggest, most barefaced lies wins, because reporters dutifully note down all sorts of absolute rubbish and then regurgitate it on the news pages.
Today I swam in the waste product of Iceland's power generating station while smearing silica grease on my face. I'd paid the equivalent of $50 for the privilege and it was an experience I'll never forget.
I attended Glamour's Top 10 College Women luncheon honoring some of the highest-achieving college women, and it left me feeling like I wanted to go back to college so I could open a school in a Third World country.
A 24-hour news channel, you see, is a good thing. Live news, more often than not, just blows.
Politics is ugly, always has been but the framers invented a government that would embody all the messy contradictions without threatening the collapse of the system.
What is it with the national media and Alaska these days? Were reporters infected with a case of Palin-steria after the national elections? Ever since...
From what I gathered during our interview, the law firm industry is making a fundamental shift. They are modernizing the shop, using social media to engage communities and demonstrate their legal expertise.
This week I explain why the recent management changes at Hearst, Condé Nast, and Time Warner are positive and demonstrate important industry leadership.
It seems like the art world has gone crazy this week!
Condé Nast is positioning itself at the forefront of a shift that is essential for the long-term health and vitality of the total media industry.
We may be losing interest in newspapers but our fascination with the people who publish them has never been stronger. Our current dread-and-awe buccaneer is Rupert Murdoch, The Man Who Owns the News, according to a recent bio.
It was far too crowded up on the patio of Louis Vuitton to take any pictures, but I saw tons of celebs and tons of agents.
After more than 20 years of interviewing Gehry for newspapers, magazines and books, I could only imagine his satisfaction at his latest accolade.
Paolo Chilosi, who runs Multilink, a leading internet provider in Haiti, boldly stated that the internet is as vital as food and water for Haiti less...
Dr. Jane Aronson, founder and CEO of Worldwide Orphans Foundation (WWO), has issued a bold response today to a recent article on child trafficking. J...
I just returned from Nino's in Manhattan, where the authors of The Club No One Wanted to Join gathered to discuss their book. They are a group of twenty-nine investors in Madoff's Ponzi scheme.