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  1. When english glassmaker Frederick Carder established Steuben Glass in 1903 in Steuben County, N.Y., his main competitor was Louis Comfort Tiffany. Both men produced colored art glass in the Art...
  2. David Wilson, president of the venerable audio company that bears his name, acknowledges that maybe, just maybe, the aesthetics of his award-winning loudspeakers have been afterthoughts. “Form has...
  3. Best Place to Live for Entertainment PALM BEACH. Like its many glamorous residents, Palm Beach is long and slim, resting on a 14-mile-long barrier island that at its broadest point is only half a...
  4. Ancient cultures elevated the ritual of bathing to a fine art. It was never merely about getting clean. The Romans struck business deals at their bathhouses. Odalisques alternated coffee and gossip...
  5. With its Citation Mustang, Cessna will offer business fliers one more reason to join the jet set. Like the other leading light jets—the Sino Swearingen SJ30-2 and the yet-to-be-completed Eclipse 500...
  6. Victor Rommely and his siblings, fourth-generation members of a successful family, are the beneficiaries of an irrevocable trust established in 1920 by their great-grandfather. The trust instrument...
  7. Jeff Foster, 32, is the sole owner of a chain of motorcycle stores and was recently approached by a publicly traded conglomerate. He has invested almost $8 million in the company, a C corporation,...
  8. The majority of Ed Meyer’s $350 million net worth comprises commercial real estate ($195 million). The Meyers’ remaining net worth comprises stock in the family’s Meyer Oil Co. ($91 million), cash...
  9. Certain junctures in life call for a shift in focus from accumulating wealth to retaining it for the sake of current and future generations. For insight on some of the strategies to retain the value...
  10. The art of building a fortune lies not so much in making it as in keeping it. This maxim was doubtless embossed in 22-karat letters on the Moroccan-leather heart of Hamilton McKown Twombly, a very...

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