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The Diaspora of Beauty

Two weeks ago 1,500 pieces of fine art, furniture, porcelain, and jewelry from my parents’ estate were auctioned off to people from 53 countries in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. With sales totaling $832.6 million, it was … Continue reading

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What We Learn From Family: From My Talk in Monaco

Last week I had the honor of speaking before several hundred leading entrepreneurs from around the world at a conference organized by Ernst & Young. It was held in Monaco, in the beautiful city of Monte Carlo. I talked about … Continue reading

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We Are What We Wear…Or Are We?

            Birds display their plumage; so why shouldn’t humans? It’s a natural form of sexual attraction. But when we walk around with advertising on our clothing – from Polo shirts to Louis Vuitton handbags (which … Continue reading

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The True Meaning of Wealth

I wrote the following for a New York Times Op Ed piece, but since they didn’t publish it, I want to share it with you, my weekly readers: According to the Chronicle of Philanthropy, wealthy households with incomes over $200,000 … Continue reading

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