IF YOU HAVEN’T READ George Orwell’s classic novel Animal Farm, now you don’t need to. Just read Duncan Hood’s “Gluttons at the gate” (Business, May ll). It is more or less a book report on the subject. Remember: some CEOs are paid more equally than others.
Ruth Reichl, former restaurant critic for the New York Times and editor-in-chief of Gourmet magazine for the past 10 years, was raised in a household where food was frequently inedible. Her mother, already familiar to readers of Reichl’s three bestselling memoirs as a larger-than-life serial food poisoner, had no culinary talent.
Speculation over which of his three wives newly elected South African President Jacob Zuma, 67, would bring to his inauguration ceremony was finally put to rest on Saturday when he turned up to the the $10.5-million affair with only his senior wife, Sizakele Khumalo, by his side.
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