Former Hip hop mogul and current ad exec Steve Stoute has produced albums for Limp Bizkit and Eminem, managed the likes of Mary J. Blige and Nas, partnered with Jay-Z and authored a pseudo memoir on the role of race in modern corporate culture. In short, Mr. Stoute has very little in common with Lee Fensterstock, the high finance captain with the extremely patrician-sounding surname who just purchased his old duplex condo in Tribeca’s American Thread Building. Read More
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