Doyenne of the downturn
The year may have been humbling for many of the hedge-fund industry's biggest stars and other experienced investors and traders. Many have found it hard to cope with the effects of Japan's disasters, uneven US and British economic recoveries, commodity price volatility and concerns about the solvency of Greece and other European nations. This is hardly the time, you would think, for the wives of hedgies to be demanding a new personal shopper, only the woman in question is devoted to rationalising your portfolio (of clothes) and helping you avoid a haircut (on ill-advised purchases).
Spear's, September/October 2011
Queen of shopping
MUMBAI - as Bombay is now known - may not be the fist place that comes to mind when planning a shopping spree in search of homeware. But for about £1,000 (which includes return air fare, a Sheraton hotel room and a day with spent with a car a driver and a personal shopper), you can take a long weekend in the Indian business capital and come home laden with home goodies. Traveltakes about the same time as flying to New York.
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