New York Times columnist Paul Sullivan breaks it down
The New York Times “Wealth Matters” columnist Paul Sullivan adamantly believes that even “rich” people may never find true wealth. His experiences with the one percent influenced his steadfast ideas about financials in new book, The Thin Green Line: The Money Secrets of the Super Wealthy. Here, Sullivan reveals the ... More
The celebrated architect is known for classical design, but his New York office shows off a distinctly modern spirit
Silicon Valley startups tend to hog all the credit for kick-starting the open-office phenomenon. But these young technocrats have nothing on illustrious architect Robert A.M. Stern, who has embraced porous, partition-free floor plans since founding his practice in the late 1960s.
“All this talk of open environments—the Googles, the Apples—really started ... More
With the help of a powerful CEO, this bubbly brand became the exclusive beverage of the Oscars
“Champagne is a lifestyle, a culture, a way of looking at life,” says Cecile Bonnefond, the CEO of luxe bubbly brands Piper-Heidsieck and Charles Heidsieck. “It’s a way of enjoying food and wine, but it’s also a celebration.”
After spending nine years at the helm of Veuve Clicquot—not to mention her ... More
Take your career to the next level with sound advice from the industry's leading experts
Some of the world’s most famous CEOs share the trajectories that led them to their current roles. Whether it’s giving a presentation, passing an interview, or running a business, these industry titans reveal their secrets to achieving the highest levels of success. Read on to discover how moguls like Mark ... More
When the threat level is at red, some tycoons are calling the Navy
The unofficial motto of the United States Navy is non sibi sed patriae, which means, “Not for self, but for country.” For a slew of former Navy SEALs, the motivating factor of country has been replaced by that of clients.
These days, top-earning Americans concerned for their security are hiring teams ... More
Fashion executive Mark Weber shares key insights on achieving success from the ground up
Fashion executive hopefuls can now easily heed the advice of industry titan Mark Weber on how to break into the biz and rise to the top. The esteemed former CEO of leading luxury group Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy USA and Chairman and CEO of Donna Karan International—a position Weber will ... More
BR Guest’s James Gersten dishes on spearheading the success of the legendary hospitality group
As CEO of widely acclaimed hospitality company BR Guest, James Gersten certainly knows a thing or two about fine dining.
Having worked under the tutelage of the best in the biz, from Smith & Wollensky’s Alan Stillman to renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Gersten’s success in the industry has earned ... More
As we all busy ourselves with finishing out winter and (hopefully) easing into spring, we here at DuJour have many exciting developments to raise a glass to. It’s been a year of exceeding expectations—even our own!
In the last couple of months since our fall issue, we have been fortunate enough ... More
The bestselling author and life-coach strategist tells Nancy Bilyeau why he wrote his new book—and how its seven steps could revolutionize our finances
More than two decades after Awaken the Giant Within hit the top of the bestseller lists and brought his advice to millions, Tony Robbins returns with Money: Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom (Simon & Schuster), which hits stores November 18th.
Robbins certainly wasn’t kidding around when he came up with ... More
Is the real estate titan and political pundit really the most misunderstood man in the world?
"It's a funny thing to be loved for firing people..." mulls Donald Trump in his workplace aerie in Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue and 56th Street. He's talking about the success of his reality series The Apprentice, now in its 13th season on NBC. ... More