Nina’s work has appeared in The Atlantic, Vanity Fair, The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, Fortune, and other publications. Here is a selection of her feature articles.
In a world fraught with uncertainty, Gilmore offers her students a positive, hopeful narrative that they can latch onto.
Buffett doesn’t pretend to have the solution to world hunger. But he is certain that we need new ideas: “What we’re doing isn’t working.”
Could the same lethal mix of uncurbed expansion, colossal debt, arrogance, and mismanagement that ravaged Wall Street bring down America’s most famous university?
The money that talks loudest in America today belongs to a closely knit, inscrutable group of men who run hedge funds; Greenwich is swarming with them.
The most notable feature of Wynn Las Vegas may be its staggering cost: $2.7 billion. To Steve Wynn, however, his latest creation is not an empty extravagance – it is high art.
“I am one of the finest magazine publishers in the world,” Felix Dennis says. “That’s not braggadocio – I refuse to engage in false modesty – it’s what I am.”
While Christie Hefner is trying to build Playboy into a serious media company, her dad, in silk pajamas, lounges with his young companions, Brande and the twins, Mandy and Sandy.
Selling cosmetics is an art; to do it well, you have to tap into something bigger, more abstract than the product itself. No one understands this better than Leonard Lauder.