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Of Diamonds and Sharks

For the past two decades, Larry Gagosian has been by a wide margin the most powerful gallerist in the world. Now he’s facing two bruising lawsuits, an exodus of some of his most prized talent, and, at the very least, the loosening of his vise grip on the world’s art markets.

Jan 2013
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Jimmy Nederlander’s Endless Run

Disney and the rest of America have come to Broadway, but the patriarch of theater’s last dynasty does business just the way he did when the city’s hottest nightspots were Sardi’s and the Stork.

May 1999
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The Real Spree

The pride and intensity that made knicks star Latrell Sprewell great also caused him to lose control and attack his coach. Can he change? Should he?

Apr 1999
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Unseparated since Birth

The Bryan twins are so inseparable that they share a band, two houses, a car and a bank account. They may also be the best doubles team in the history of tennis.

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Paperback Writer

Harlan Coben’s work ethic, gift for plot twists, obsession with sales numbers, and careful brand management have made him a blockbuster novelist who earns millions of dollars per book. What it takes to succeed as a thriller writer—even when the literary establishment doesn’t acknowledge your existence.
Jul 2007