Take a cue from our little black book and get to know the movers and shakers to watch in the coming year
As the age-old saying goes, “you’re only as good as the company you keep.” These sentiments are especially true here at DuJour, where our friends and peers across all industries are often our go-to sources for the type of important, insider access and information we strive to deliver day in ... More
National Geographic is on the search for its next correspondent, and it could be you
National Geographic has steadfastly secured the number one position in covering our planet Earth. What’s even more impressive than their legendary beat? The correspondents that travel the world, uncovering the most obscure facts and mysteries about our planet. Now, it could be your chance to join their ranks.
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Whether you’re a believer in Feng Shui or not, it’s hard to deny the impact of an inspiring, beautifully designed workspace. Lucy Lyle, a former Google employee, believed in the power of a stylish office so much that she created Perch, a startup that designs, manufactures and curates ... More
Somewhere outside Sequoia National Park—and somewhere inside a yurt—a group of more than 50 turban-adorned women, clad in all white, are laughing uncontrollably. One of them is kicking drugs. Another is reeling from the dissolution of her 25-year marriage. Two are pregnant. And then there’s the famous face in the ... More
National Enquirer Editor-in-Chief Dylan Howard shares what he’s learned on the job at the 90-year-old publication
“You need look no further than the supermarket checkout to appreciate the impact the National Enquirer has had on modern journalism,” says the tabloid’s Editor-in-Chief Dylan Howard. The publication recently celebrated its 90th birthday—a feat that doesn’t seem as impossible when you consider that the paper came into the ... More
Sitting in a Los Angeles boardroom surrounded by cutting-edge engineering experts, you can find Neha Assar absentmindedly sketching henna designs in her notepad instead of running numbers.
“I feel like I have an eye for art. Anything that I see is artwork—it can be a pattern on a tile. It could ... More
Pierette Huttner gives you a taste of her oddly chic job
“I had a mother that loved Julia Child,” says Pierette Huttner. “She would cook all the time and have these fabulous dinner parties. Other children got macaroni and cheese and we got scallops.” It’s exactly this kind of upbringing that led Huttner to appreciate and experiment with bold flavors and ... More
Speakers at big-ticket events have found that wisdom is worth its weight in gold. Meet the man directing one of the top troupes of talent
Don Epstein wants to captivate you. Not just for a minute or two, either. He wants you planted in your seat, transfixed, for 45 minutes minimum. Epstein, the CEO and founder of Greater Talent Network, books authors, athletes, business leaders and politicians for lectures all over the world, with clients ... More
It's no easy task to go from life behind a desk to life behind bars, but a good prison coach can make all the difference
For plenty of C-suite executives, having a consigliere—whether to assist in greasing wheels in Washington or counsel on the intricacies of international expansion—is a necessity. So, when Masters of the Universe find themselves facing time behind bars, many of them hire a prison coach.
Los Angeles–based consultant ... More
Not all artists' studios are created equal, as still life photographer Martyn Thompson discovers. Here, a look through his lens
There’s an undeniable fascination with the places people live and work that permeates the blogosphere, the pages of books and magazines and, of course, the boards of Pinterest. As photographer Martyn Thompson puts it, "Human beings are voyeurs; we like looking at things and learning about people. The ... More