Why Wall Street isn't going to have a Harvey Weinstein moment

Mar 2, 2018
Sexual harassment and discrimination in the financial industry is more subtle — and harder to address.
"The Fearless Girl" statues stands across from the iconic Wall Street charging bull statue wearing a pink hat associated with the Women's March of 2017.
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Tina Brown on Vanity Fair in the '80s, sexual harassment and being a "lady boss" her entire career

Dec 7, 2017
The former editor was an "observer at the feast" during the glitzy Reagan era and wrote about it in a new book.
Tina Brown speaks at the Women in the World Summit in 2015 in New York City.
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Do filmmakers still go to the movies? Sometimes.

Oct 6, 2017
A group of film industry heavyweights discuss the state of the movie business.
From left, Jason Blum, founder of Blumhouse; filmmaker Patty Jenkins; Donna Langley, chairwoman of Universal Pictures; and moderator Kai Ryssdal at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California, on Oct. 3.
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Vanity Fair Editor Graydon Carter put off retirement after Trump was elected

Sep 26, 2017
But now he's leaving the magazine. "After 9,200 days of deadlines, it would be nice just to kick around a bit."
Graydon Carter welcomes his audience at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit in 2014 in San Francisco.
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The 'nerd prom' had critics long before Trump

Apr 26, 2017
'I don't think we represent ourselves very well,' says journalist Patrick Gavin.
Former U.S. President George W. Bush and his inner monologue, played by Steve Bridges, entertain guests at the 2006 White House Correspondents' Dinner in Washington, DC.
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