Michael Caruso, a longtime pal of Bernie Kerik and a former employee of the city’s Department of Investigation, has filed suit against the city and the highest-ranking staffers of DOI.
Caruso was at Walker’s restaurant in 1999 when Kerik and Ray Casey, the waste commissioner, had a conversation that was a subject of the Kerik Read More
Jann Wenner’s editor-less Men’s Journal has just lost its publisher too. Carlos Lamadrid, who had overseen a 124-page jump in ad pages this year at Wenner’s adventure lifestyle monthly, has ankled Wenner for Jane, where he will be vice president and publisher. The move follows the departure earlier this month of editor in chief Michael Read More
For the second time this month, Jann Wenner has lost a high-profile editor. On the heels of Michael Caruso’s sudden departure from Men’s Journal, Bob Wallace, the editor in chief of Wenner Books, left the company last week. According to Wenner insiders, Wallace and Wenner had clashed over the limited marketing and promotion resources being Read More
Perhaps taking a cue from rocker Lenny Kravitz-who recently slashed $1 million off the asking price of his 6,000-square-foot Crosby Street triplex-Benny Shabtai, the president and owner of Raymond Weil U.S.A., now wants $2 million less for his 11,000-square-foot Park Avenue townhouse than he was asking when he listed it in March. Mr. Shabtai had Read More
Currently, no United States troops have been massed on the border of Kuwait and Iran. No buildings have been bombed, and no press conference has been scheduled announcing a U.S. invasion.
But the topic of a U.S. invasion in Iraq has, in recent weeks, taken on an air of immediate concern-the result of articles featuring Read More
Memo to Mark Golin: Always remember, never ask your new boss, Condé Nast chairman S.I. Newhouse Jr., for a raise in the pages of the New York Post –especially when your main competitor is being touted as a genius for beating your circulation and advertising numbers.
According to sources at Details , the Condé Read More