Magazine Articles

Dan Rottenberg’s magazine articles, 1981-2014

(Indexed by subject)

This index has been compiled primarily for my own reference, but I provide it here for others who may find it useful. It currently covers my work since January 1981 in the following magazines :

Advertising Age (1982)
American Benefactor (1997-99)
American Journalism Review (1994)
Atlantic City (1984)
Avenue (1987-88)
Avotaynu (1989)
Bloomberg Personal Finance (1998-2002)
Bloomberg Wealth Manager (1999-2005)
Bucks Magazine (2004)
Business Month (1990)
Chicago Magazine (1982-86)
Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine (1983-84)
Civilization (1996)
Colorado Country Life (2010)
Crain’s New York Business (1984)
ECS Reporter (1989)
Family Business (1990-2009)
Forbes (1986)
Ford Times (1989)
Franklin Field Illustrated (1983-93)
Friends of the Free Library of Philadelphia Newsletter (1985)
Going Places (1981)
Golf (1984)
Inside (1983-99)
Jewish Exponent Centennial (1987)
Longevity (1993)
North Shore (1982)
Parade (1981)
Penn Medicine (1996-97)
Pennsylvania Gazette (1994-2014)
Philadelphia Inquirer (book reviews only) (1999-2000)
Philadelphia Lawyer (2002)
Philadelphia Magazine (1983-2004)
Philadelphia Style (1999-2005)
PhillySport (1989)
Playboy (1985)
Reliance Lines (1981)
Quill (1982-89)
Rolling Stone (1985)
Sacramento (1981-82)
San Diego (1981-82)
Seven Arts (1993-94)
Ski Magazine (1991)
Stagebill (2000-01)
Today (Philadelphia Inquirer) (1981)
Town & Country (1983-1994)
Trust (2003)
TV Guide (1982)
United (Airlines) Magazine (1985)
Washington Journalism Review (1987)
Wild West (2010)

 

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Academy of Music (Philadelphia)

“The Academy of Music: Social Notes.” Town & Country, February 1987, p. 64. (Academy of Music; J. Liddon Pennock, Hyman Myers.)

“Life Imitates Art (and Vice Versa).” Seven Arts, February 1994. (Short item; Martin Scorsese; The Age of Innocence; Academy of Music; Metropolitan Opera House.)

“The Wages of Secrecy.” Seven Arts, October 1994. (Sidebar; Academy of Music; Anderson Pew.)

Adelphia Communications

“The Missing Piece in Adelphia’s Puzzle.” Family Business, Autumn 2002, p. 10. (Column; Rigas family; Adelphia Communications; Comcast; Roberts family.)

“Does the Parmalat Scandal Sound Familiar?” Family Business, Spring 2004, p. 9. (Contrarian’s Notebook column; Parmalat; Adelphia; Tanzi’ Rigas.)

“ ‘You retire, you die’?” Family Business, Autumn 2005, p. 9. (Contrarian’s Notebook column.; American International Group, Maurice Greenberg, Rupert Murdoch, News Corp. Adelphia Communications, Rigas family.)

Alternative press

“CJR, RIP.” The Quill, April 1986, p. 24. (Retrospective about Chicago Journalism Review; alternative newspapers.)

American International Group

“Evan Greenberg Leaves Home.” Family Business, Winter 2001, p. 11. (American International Group; Maurice R. (Hank) Greenberg, Evan Greenberg, Jeffrey Greenberg.)

“Contrarian Follow-Up.” Family Business, Winter 2002, p. 14. (Column; Evan Greenberg, M.R. Greenberg, American International Group.)

“How Old Is Too Old?” Family Business, Summer 2003, p. 11. (Column; M.R. (Hank) Greenberg; American International Group; Ernest Gallo; E.K. Gaylord; William T. Dillard.)

“ ‘You retire, you die’?” Family Business, Autumn 2005, p. 9. (Contrarian’s Notebook column.; American International Group, Maurice Greenberg, Rupert Murdoch, News Corp. Adelphia Communications, Rigas family.)

“Murdoch’s family turmoil: A familiar story.” Family Business, Winter 2006, p. 10. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Murdoch, News Corp., Pritzker family, Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group, American International Group, Reliance Group, Disney.)

Amory, Cleveland

“The conversion of Cleveland Amory.” Town & Country, May 1981.

Annenberg, Walter

“The Gift of Knowledge.” Town & Country, December 1990, p. 156. (Profile of philanthropist; Generous American award.)

See also Philanthropy.

A&P

“The Family Business Pantheon.” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 45. (Dutch East India Company; Barings Bank; Levi Strauss & Co.; A&P; Mellon Bank; Tata Group; Eli Lilly & Co.; Bechtel Group.)

Arts and culture (general)

“Artists vs. Critics.” Seven Arts, Nov. 1993, p. 1. (Themes and variations column; Marc Mostovoy; Concerto Soloists; Cathryn Coate; Ed Jutkowitz.)

“Back to basics.” Seven Arts, February 1994, p. 1. (Themes and Variations column; arts fund-raising; audiences; Sidney Kimmel.) “Brave New World.” Seven Arts, March 1994, p. 3. (Themes and Variations column; Booth Tarkington; VCRs; arts administrators.)

“Child’s Play.” Seven Arts, April 1994. (Short item; children in museums and theaters.)

“One Cheer for Pornography.” Seven Arts, May 1994, p. 5. (Themes and Variations column; Catherine MacKinnon; Kinsey.

“What Price Stability?” Seven Arts, July 1994. (Themes and Variations column; arts boards; arts funding; Kimmel center; Pennsylvania Ballet; Philadelphia Orchestra; People’s Light.)

“A Cure For Cultural Insecurity.” Seven Arts, September 1994, p. 13. (Themes and Variations farewell column as editor.)

“The Museum as Three-Ring Circus.” Seven Arts, November 1994. (Themes and Variations column; U. of Pennsylvania Museum.)

Astor, Brooke

“Patience, my son! Some day, all of this will be yours.” Family Business, Spring 2008, p. 20. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Brooke Astor, Anthony Marshall.)

Avenue of the Arts (Philadelphia)

“Street of Dreams.” Seven Arts, October 1994, p. 39. (Feature; Avenue of the Arts; Rendell; Philadelphia Orchestra; Pew Charitable Trusts.)

Baltzell, E. Digby

“E. Digby Baltzell: In Defense of the WASP.” Town & Country, June 1992, p. 39. (Profile of Penn sociologist.)

Banking

See Finance.

Bankruptcy

“Bankruptcy: Staying Rich By Going Broke?” Town & Country, October 1991.

Barclay brothers

“Lessons From the Barclay Twins.” Family Business, Summer 2004, p. 12. (David Barclay, Frederick Barclay, Press Holdings International, Hollinger International.)

Barings Bank

“The Family Business Pantheon.” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 45. (Dutch East India Company; Barings Bank; Levi Strauss & Co.; A&P; Mellon Bank; Tata Group; Eli Lilly & Co.; Bechtel Group)

Barnes Foundation

“Albert Barnes Lives!” Seven Arts, March 1994. (Short item; Barnes Foundation; Richard Glanton; Paris.)

“The Devil and Albert Barnes.” Philadelphia Style, Jan./Feb. 2003, p. 42. (Culture column; Albert Barnes; Barnes Foundation.)

“The Agony, the Ecstasy and the Guidelines.” Philadelphia Style, Mar./April 2004, p. 50. (Culture column re arts grants; Pew Charitable Trusts; Rebecca Rimel; Marian Godfrey; Philadelphia Orchestra; Opera Company of Philadelphia; Barnes Foundation.)

Baseball cards

“The Shoeboxes of My Youth.” PhillySport, August 1989, p. 21. (Baseball cards, P.S. 9.)

Bay Head, N.J.

“Crashing the Beach at Bay Head.” Atlantic City, July 1984, p. 85. (Bay Head.)

Bechtel Group

“The Family Business Pantheon.” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 45. (Dutch East India Company; Barings Bank; Levi Strauss & Co.; A&P; Mellon Bank; Tata Group; Eli Lilly & Co.; Bechtel Group.)

Benetton Inc.

“How Benetton stays fresh.” Family Business, Spring 2008, p. 20. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Benetton, Alessandro Benetton.)

Berlind, Roger

“The Corned Beef Kids Grow Up.” Avenue, May 1987, p. 70. (Cogan, Berlind, Weill & Levitt; Sanford Weill, Arthur Carter, Marshall Cogan, Roger Berlind, Arthur Levitt Jr.; Shearson Lehman Brothers.)

Bertelsmann Ltd.

“Bertelsmann Confronts Its Past.” Family Business, Winter 2003, p. 10. (Column; Bertelsmann; Mohn; Hitler.)

“Secretary as wife as boss at Bertelsmann” (follow-up). Family Business, Summer 2006, P. 13. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Bertelsmann AG; Reinhard Mohn; Liz Mohn.)

“The question at Bertelsmann: What price family control?” Family Business, Winter 20907, p. 14. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Mohn family.

Bessemer Trust Co.

“Where Old Money Meets New.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, June 2000. (Profile of Bessemer Trust Co.; Phipps family.)

Biddle family

“Something old (family). Something new (money).” Forbes, Oct. 27, 1986, p. 40. (Profile of Biddle family.)

Birkenstock

“Shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves.” Family Business, Autumn 2005, p. 12. (Contrarian’s Notebook col.; Birkenstock, Paris Hilton.)

Boies, David

“The enemy within: What Daddy doesn’t know…” Family Business, Spring 2006, p. 14. (Contrarian’s Notebook, David Boies.)

Boscov’s

“Money isn’t everything.” Family Business, Spring 2009, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Boscov’s; Dillard’s; Viacom; Carlson.)

Boyle, Gert and Tim

“The odd couple strikes it rich.” Family Business, Spring 2006, p. 13. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Columbia Sportswear, Gert and Tim Boyle.)

Brock, John

“CEOs who earn their pay.” Family Business, Autumn 2004, p. 9. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Bob Toll, Toll Brothers, John brock, Interbrew S.A., AmBev.)

Bronfman, Edgar

“Two Wayward Grandsons Named Ed.” Family Business, Winter 2004, p. 8. (Column; Edgar Bronfman; Vivendi Universal; Seagram & Co.; Edward Stern; Hartz Mountain; Canary Capital Partners.)

Brown, Bo

“On the Importance of being Bo Brown.” Franklin Field Illustrated, October 31, 1981. (Robert F. Brown.)

Business— misc.

“Today’s College Dropouts.” Rolling Stone, March 28, 1985.(Corporate presidents under age 30: Barbara Millard (Computerland), Bill Gates (Microsoft), Debbi Fields (Mrs. Fields Cookies), Barron Thomas (Barron Thomas Aviation), Xavier Roberts (Original Appalachian Artworks), Jay Adoni (Admos Shoe Corp.), Jeff Chasen (N. Chasen & Son), Richard Berman (R&B Inc.), Terry Dorman (Dorman Bogdonoff Corp.), nine other runners-up.)

“Risky Business.” Playboy, September 1985. (College entrepreneurs: Robert Kotick, Howard Marks, Mark Krasnow, Samuel Kates, 13 others.)

“Hey, Big Business ain’t all bad: Its carelessness often helps the little guys.” Philadelphia Inquirer “Today” Magazine, February 15, 1981. (Wanamaker, Dalton, Baum’s, Mike he Tailor, Rosin Box, Chestnut Paperbacks.)

Business psychologists

“A lesson from Terrell Owens.” Family Businesss, Summer 2006, p. 11. (Contrarian’s Notebook; sports psychologists; business psychologists; Philadelphia Eagles; Franklin Inn Club.)

“Sports psychologists” (follw-up). Family Businesss, Autumn 2006, p. 14. (Contrarian’s Notebook, businesss psychologists, sports psychologists, George Young.)

Byrne, John

“Portrait of a Corporate Villain.” Philadelphia Inquirer, January 16, 2000. (Review of Chainsaw: The Notorious Career of Al Dunlap, by John Byrne. Discusses Scott Paper Co., Sunbeam, etc.)

Cabela’s Inc.

“A Tale of Two Companies.” Family Business, Spring 2003, p. 16. (Column; Cabela’s Inc. AOL Time Warner.)

Cablevision Systems Inc.

“A son’s strategic advantage,” Family Business, Summer 2005, p. 9. (Contrarian column; Cablevision Systems, Charles Dolan, James Dolan.)

Cadbury Ltd.

“The Family Business Hall of Fame.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 39. (House of Medici; N.M. Rothschild & Sons; E.I. Du Pont; David Sassoon & Co.; John A. Roebling Sons; Kongo Gumi; Johnson & Johnson; R.H. Macy; Drexel, Morgan & Co.; J.P. Morgan & Co.; New York Times Co.; Cadbury Ltd.)

Carlson, Curtis L.

“The 5 Percent Solution.” Town & Country, December 1987, p. 174. (Generous American profile of Curtis Carlson; Gold Bond Stamps.)

“Money isn’t everything.” Family Business, Spring 2009, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Boscov’s; Dillard’s; Viacom; Carlson.)

Carter, Arthur

“The Corned Beef Kids Grow Up.” Avenue, May 1987, p. 70. (Cogan, Berlind, Weill & Levitt; Sanford Weill, Arthur Carter, Marshall Cogan, Roger Berlind, Arthur Levitt Jr.; Shearson Lehman Brothers.)

Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia

“Matinee Idol.” Philadelphia Style, Sept./Oct. 2004, p. 66. (Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Riccardo Muti, Curtis Institute, Philadelphia Orchestra.)

Chestnut Hill (Phila.)

“A Chestnut Hill Christmas.” Town & Country, December 1986, p. 196. (Profile of Chestnut Hill.)

Chicago

“The Power Connection.” Chicago Magazine, February 1982. (Chicago’s changing business leadership; Palmer, Rosenwald, Ward, Gaylord Freeman, Arthur Wood, Tom Ayers, Brooks McCormick.)

“Chicago’s Invisible Economy.” Chicago Magazine, August 1982. (Schnadig Corp.)

“SOM: The Big, the Bad and the Beautiful.” Chicago Magazine, May 1982. (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Fazlur Kahn, Walter Netsch, Bruce Graham.)

“The Bank That Couldn’t Say No.” Chicago Magazine, November 1982, p. 194. (Continental Illinois National Bank.)

“The ideal weekend getaway.” Chicago Magazine, May 1982, p. 130. (Kohler Village, Kohler, Wisconsin.)

“LaSalle Street vs. Wall Street.” Town & Country, March 1988, p. 78. (Chicago; finance; Melamed; Dittmer; Farley; Marshall Field; Mahlmann; Bluhm; Reinsdorf; many more.)

“Chicago’s First Families.” Town & Country, September 1990, p. 223. (Thumbnail profiles of 50 prominent Chicago families.)

“The Second City’s First Party.” Town & Country, November 1992, p. 153. (Profile of Children’s Ball for Children’s Memorial Hospital; Crystal Ball for Michael Reese Hospital.)

“Chicago Boomtown.” United Magazine, March 1985, p. 77. (Chicago as international trade center.)

Chicago Journalism Review

“CJR, RIP.” The Quill, April 1986, p. 24. (Retrospective about Chicago Journalism Review; alternative newspapers.)

Chicago White Sox

 “A gamble of love,” Chicago magazine, July 1981. (Chicago White Sox, Jerry Reinsdorf, Eddie Einhorn, Bill Veeck, Neil Bluhm, William Wrigley III, George Halas Arthur Wirtz, Jonathan Kovler.)

Cogan, Berlind, Weill & Levitt

“The Corned Beef Kids Grow Up.” Avenue, May 1987, p. 70. (Cogan, Berlind, Weill & Levitt; Sanford Weill, Arthur Carter, Marshall Cogan, Roger Berlind, Arthur Levitt Jr.; Shearson Lehman Brothers.)

Cogan, Marshall

“The Corned Beef Kids Grow Up.” Avenue, May 1987, p. 70. (Cogan, Berlind, Weill & Levitt; Sanford Weill, Arthur Carter, Marshall Cogan, Roger Berlind, Arthur Levitt Jr.; Shearson Lehman Brothers.)

College Alumni Networks

“College is Destiny.” Philadelphia, October 1997, p. 70. (College Alumni Networks.)

College of Physicians of Philadelphia

“Mark Micozzi’s Solo Practice.” Penn Medicine, Winter 1997, p. 34. (Profile of Marc Micozzi, head of College of Physicians of Philadelphia.)

Columbia Sportswear

“The odd couple strikes it rich.” Family Business, Spring 2006, p. 13. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Columbia Sportswear, Gert and Tim Boyle.)

Comcast Corp.

“Comcast’s Conundrum.” Family Business, Autumn 2001, p. 13. (Column; Comcast Corp., Brian Roberts; Ralph Roberts.)

“As We Were Saying.” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 10. (Column; Comcast Corp.; Brian Roberts.)

“Looking Out For Number Two.” Family Business, Autumn 2003, p. 11. (Column; Hasbro; Alfred Verrecchia; Alan Hassenfeld; Comcast; Julian Brodsky; Stephen Burke; Ikea; Anders Moberg; L’Oréal; Maureen Chiquet.)

“Where Comcast went wrong.” Family Business, Autumn 2004, p. 8. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Brian Roberts, Comcast, Disney.)

“The sheltered heir apparent and the rice of impatience.” Family Business, Summer 2008, p. 18. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Comcast; Brian Roberts.)

“The pampered heir apparent (again).” Family Business, Winter 2009, p. 18. (Contrarian follow-up; Comcast; Brian Roberts; Ralph Roberts.)

Commerce Bank

“Vernon Hill’s Toughest Challenge.” Family Business, Winter 2003, p. 12. (Column; Vernon Hill; Commerce Bank.)

Continental Illinois National Bank

“The Bank That Couldn’t Say No.” Chicago Magazine, November 1982, p. 194. (Continental Illinois National Bank.)

Cooke, Jack Kent

“And while we’re on the subject…” Family Business, Spring 2005, p. 9-10. (Contrarian’s Notebook column; will of Jack Kent Cooke; John Kent Cooke; Washington Redskins.)

Coors (Adolph) Brewing

“Make the Kids Earn It.” Family Business, November 1990, p. 32. (Profile of Coors Brewing and family.)

“Dutiful son, dutiful candidate.” Family Business, Autumn 2004, p. 7. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Pete Coors, Colorado Senate election.)

Cornell University

“Penn and Cornell: A Century of Excitement.” Franklin Field Illustrated, November 20, 1993, p. 2. (Highlights of college football rivalry.)

Corporate growth

“Companies on the move are companies at risk.” Business Month, May 1990, p. 40.

Crain, Rance

“Chicago’s Gung-Ho Media Baron.” Chicago Magazine, May 1983, p. 154 ff. (Rance Crain, Crain Publications, Crain’s Chicago Business.)

Cronkite, Walter

“And That’s the Way It Is.” American Journalism Review, May 1994, p. 34. (Profile of Walter Cronkite.)

Crown, Henry

“The Last Run of the Rock Island Line.” Chicago, September 1984, p. 197. (Chicago, Rock island & Pacific RR, Henry Crown, John Ingram, William Gibbons, Fred Kroll.)

Cullman, Joseph

“After the business is gone.” Family Business, Autumn 2004, p. 10. (Joseph Cullman 3rd, Maurice Lazarus, Benson & Hedges, Philip Morris, Lazarus Department Stores, Federated department Stores.)

Culver Duck Farms

“How the Culvers Found Their Niche.” Family Business, June 1990, p. 30. (Profile of Culver Duck Farms Inc. and Culver family.)

Curtis Institute

“Matinee Idol.” Philadelphia Style, Sept./Oct. 2004, p. 66. (Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Riccardo Muti, Curtis Institute, Philadelphia Orchestra.)

Danforth, William

“The Spirit of St. Louis.” Town & Country, May 1990, p. 166. (profile of Washington U. chancellor William Danforth.)

Daughters of the American Revolution

 “A quiet revolution is afoot in the new DAR.” Town & Country, October 1981, p. 208.

Department stores

“The Family That Can’t be Bought.” Family Business, February 1990, p. 20. (Profile of Strawbridge & Clothier department store chain, with sidebar on other family-owned chains.)

d’Harnoncourt, Anne

“Anne, Queen of Arts.” Town & Country, January 1989. (Anne d’Harnoncourt, Philadelphia Museum of Art, sidebar on women museum directors.)

Dillard’s

“Money isn’t everything.” Family Business, Spring 2009, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Boscov’s; Dillard’s; Viacom; Carlson.)

Dining

See Restaurants.

Disney (Walt) Co.

“The Fox and the Hedgehog at Disney.” Family Business, Spring 2004, p. 8. (Contrarian’s Notebook column; Roy E. Disney; Michael Eisner.)

“Advice we can do without.” Family Business, Summer 2005, p. 12. (Column; Walt Disney & Co., Michael Eisner, Mike Ovitz, Nashville Rhythm.)

Doctors

“When Retirement Needs a Cure.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, April 2001, p. 82. (Doctors taking early retirement; Jon Farinholt; Walter Gadkowski; Kanaly Trust; Marjorie Fox; Scott Neal; Tom Grzymala.)

Dow, Jones & Co.

“The ‘New Nepotism’ at Dow Jones.” Family Business, Summer 2003, p. 14. (Column; Dow Jones; Wall Street Journal; Peter Kann; Karen Elliott House; Michael Gartner; Elizabeth Goth.)

“The ‘new nepotism’ at Dow Jones” (follow-up). Family Business, Summer 2006, P. 13. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Wall Street Journal; Dow Jones & Co.; Peter Kann; Karen Elliott House.)

“Second thoughts about the boss’s wife.” Family Business, Winter 2007, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Peter Kann; Karen Elliott House.)

“Dow Jones & Co., R.I.P.: Where the Bancrofts failed.” Family Business, Autumn 2007, p. 18. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Dow Jones & Co.; Wall Street Journal; News Corp.; Rupert Murdoch.)

“The bickering Bancrofts.” Family Business, Spring 2008, p. 22. (Contrarian’s Notebook follow-up; Dow Jones, Bancroft family, Natalie Bancroft, Rupert Murdoch.)

“After you’ve gone.” Family Business, Autumn 2008, p. 17. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Bancroft, Rockefeller, Dow Jones, Murdoch, News Corp., Exxon Mobil.)

Drexel family

“The Drexel Century.” Town & Country, November 1991, p. 225. (Profile of Drexel family.)

“Family Tithes.” American Benefactor, Winter 1998-99, p. 64. (Philanthropies of Drexel family, Anthony J. Drexel, Mother Katharine Drexel, Drexel University, etc.)

“The Family Business Hall of Fame.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 39. (House of Medici; N.M. Rothschild & Sons; E.I. Du Pont; David Sassoon & Co.; John A. Roebling Sons; Kongo Gumi; Johnson & Johnson; R.H. Macy; Drexel, Morgan & Co.; J.P. Morgan & Co.; New York Times Co.; Cadbury Ltd.)

Dunlap, Al

“Portrait of a Corporate Villain.” Philadelphia Inquirer, January 16, 2000. (Review of Chainsaw: The Notorious Career of Al Dunlap, by John Byrne. Discusses Scott Paper Co., Sunbeam, etc.)

Du Pont (E.I.) & Co.

“The Family Business Hall of Fame.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 39. (House of Medici; N.M. Rothschild & Sons; E.I. Du Pont; David Sassoon & Co.; John A. Roebling Sons; Kongo Gumi; Johnson & Johnson; R.H. Macy; Drexel, Morgan & Co.; J.P. Morgan & Co.; New York Times Co.; Cadbury Ltd.)

Dutch East India Co.

“The Family Business Pantheon.” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 45. (Dutch East India Company; Barings Bank; Levi Strauss & Co.; A&P; Mellon Bank; Tata Group; Eli Lilly & Co.; Bechtel Group.)

Ellis, Perry

“Trailblazer.” Chicago Tribune Magazine, September 11, 1983. (Perry Ellis.)

Encyclopedia Britannica

“Hail, Britannica! Britannica Rules the Waves.” Chicago Magazine, April 1985, p. 173. (Encyclopedia Britannica, Mortimer Adler, Robert Baseman, William Benton.)

Estate tax

“Estate Tax: A Blessing in Disguise.” Family Business, Autumn 2000, p. 5. (Column; Wrigley Co.)

“A Good Day to Die.” Family Business, Winter 2002, p. 15. (Column; estate tax; Henny Youngman.)

“Estate tax repeal (again).” Family Business, Winter 2007, p. 18. (Contrarian’s Notebook follow-up item.)

Family Business (general)

“You Are Not Alone.” Family Business, Autumn 2000, p. 3. (Editor’s column; Hermark Knitwear Corp.)

“The Trouble With Succession Planning.” Family Business, Autumn 2000, p. 8. (Column; James Kirlin; George W. Bush.)

“Oh, Those Minnesota Women.” Family Business, Winter 2001, p. 3. (Editor’s column; Marilyn Carlson Nelson; Curtis Carlson.)

“The Rebirth of Loyalty.” Family Business, Spring 2001, p. 1. (Editor’s column.)

“Your Hidden Weapon.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 1. (Editor’s column; Jay Harris; San Jose Mercury-News; Knight; Ridder.)

“Does Religion Matter?” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 8. (Column; Jews, Quakers, Cadbury.)

“The Family Business Hall of Fame.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 39. (House of Medici; N.M. Rothschild & Sons; E.I. Du Pont; David Sassoon & Co.; John A. Roebling Sons; Kongo Gumi; Johnson & Johnson; R.H. Macy; Drexel, Morgan & Co.; J.P. Morgan & Co.; New York Times Co.; Cadbury Ltd.)

“Negative Role Models: Examples to Avoid.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 53. (Adidas, Dart Group, Cooper Cos., Gucci, Hunt Oil, Hyundai, Koch Industries, Krupp, Courier-Journal & Louisville Times Co., C.K. Mondavi, News Corp., Reliance Insurance, Rite Aid, Revlon, Stew Leonard’s Dairy, U-Haul, USHealthcare.)

“To Light A Candle.” Family Business, Autumn 2001, p. 1. (Editor’s column; World Trade Center attack; Fred Alger Management.)

“Two Sides of a Coin.” Family Business, Winter 2002, p. 1. (Editor’s column; Charles Fiero.)

“What’s Wrong With This Picture?” Family Business, Spring 2002, p. 1. (Editor’s column; “Six Feet Under”; Ruiz Food products; Fred Ruiz.)

“Lessons From Enron.” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 9. (Column; Enron; General Electric; Jack Welch; Adelphia Communications; Rigas family; Tyson Foods; Kemal Uzan; Motorola; Marriott Hotels.)

“The Family Business Pantheon.” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 45. (Dutch East India Company; Barings Bank; Levi Strauss & Co.; A&P; Mellon Bank; Tata Group; Eli Lilly & Co.; Bechtel Group.)

“Real Freedom, Real Power.” Family Business, Autumn 2002, p. 1. (Editor’s column.)

“Quest For Capital.” Family Business, Winter 2003, p. 1. (Editor’s column; Curtis Carlson.)

“The Angel Factor.” Family Business, Winter 2003, p. 33. (Thumbnail profiles of 45 angel investor families.)

“Must You Grow?” Family Business, Spring 2003, p. 1. (Editor’s column; Phil’s Luncheonette; Chez Marcel.)

“The Art of Seduction.” Family Business, Summer 2003, p..1. (Editor’s column; communication; Inheritor’s Handbook.)

“Gold In the Attic.” Family Business, Autumn 2003, p. 1. (Editor’s column; mining the past.)

“Find That Niche.” Family Business, Winter 2004, p. 1. (Editor’s column; Wang Lung; The Good Earth; Pearl Buck; Victor Puente.)

“The Trouble With Consensus.” Family Business, Summer 2004, p. 10. (Outside directors, Hollinger, Conrad Black, Walt Disney Co., Michael Eisner, Lincoln.)

“Shining sons.” Family Business, Summer 2005, p. 10. (Contrarian column; second-generation leaders.)

“The trouble with Asian family firms.” Family Business, Winter 2006, p. 13. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Reliance Group, Stanley Ho, Samsung, SK Group.)

“Good families and bad ones: It’s time to bury this myth.” Family Business, Autumn 2006, p. 14. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Mohn, Bertelsmann, Murdoch, News Corp.)

“Do younger siblings try harder than firstborn sons?” Family Business, Summer 2007, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Ratan Tata, Katharine Graham, Arthur Sulzberger, New York Times, Washington Post, Anthony Drexel.

“Do you run your business like the White House?” Family Business, Summer 2007, p. 19. (Pew, Sun Oil, Campbell and Sons Oil Co., Stefan Doering.)

“Were the good old days really that good?” Family Business, Winter 2008, p. 24-25. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Robert Reich, James Lardner, Louis Uchitelle.)

“Eat your cake and have it too.” Family Business, Spring 2008, p. 22. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Herman Rottenberg; charitable remainder trust; qualified personal residence trust.)

“The ‘Aha!’ moment.” Family Business, Winter 2009, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Pittsburgh Steelers, Rooney family.)

“Some things money can’t buy.” Family Business, Winter 2009, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook, compensation of outside CEOs vs. inside CEOs; Robert; Comcast.)

“The youngest son also rises (if you let him).” Family Business, Spring 2009, p. 19. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Jack Slade; David Rockefeller; Trapp family.)

“Where did we go right? Lessons of our first 20 years.” Family Business, Autumn 2009, p. 24. (Column; Strawbridge & Clothier, J. Paul Getty, New York Times Co., Family Business Magazine’s anniversary.)

Fang family

“Contrarian Follow-Up.” Family Business, Winter 2002, p. 14. (Column; Fang family, San Francisco Examiner; Hearst Corp.)

Fashion

“The Age of Informality.” Bucks magazine, Sept./Oct. 2004, p. 110. (Dressing down, Perry Ellis.)

Ferguson, Niall

“Banking on Family.” Inside, Summer 1999, p. 25. (Review of The House of Rothschild: Money’s Prophets, by Niall Ferguson.)

Fiat

“The Playboy Who Saved Fiat.” Family Business, Spring 2003, p. 18. (Column; Giovanni Agnelli.)

Fidelity Investments

“Ned Johnson’s next step.” Town & Country, April 1992, p. 108. (Profile of Fidelity Investments chairman.)

Field, Marshall

“Crackup.” Chicago Magazine, September 1983, p. 179. (Field Enterprises, Marshall Field V, Ted Field.)

“Good Rumors Never Die.” Chicago, February 1984, p. 96. (Suicide of Marshall Field Jr., 1906.)

Fieldston School

“A Mentor’s Legacy.” ECS Reporter, Spring 1989, p. 8. (George Martens, Fieldston School, football.)

Finance and financial advisers

“Weathering the Financial Storm.” Chicago Magazine, September 1986, p. 197. (Financial advisors; personal investing; Barry Wallach, Marshall Front; mutual funds; Jerry Reinsdorf.)

“Paper Tiger.” Avenue, February 1987, p. 67. (Christopher Shaw; Henry Ansbacher Inc.; newspapers; finance.)

“LaSalle Street vs. Wall Street.” Town & Country, March 1988, p. 78. (Chicago; finance; Melamed; Dittmer; Farley; Marshall Field; Mahlmann; Bluhm; Reinsdorf; many more.)

“Financing in the ’90s.” Business Month, September 1990, p. 70. (Subjects include Doug Castle, Kinder-Care Learning Centers, Mitchell & Co., Maxey International.)

“The State of Banking.” Inside, Spring 1996, p. 29. (Column re finding a bank.)

“Saving Private Banking.” Bloomberg Personal Finance, May 1999. (Private banking and other high-end financial services: Independent trust companies, family offices, community banks, personal financial advisers, brokers offering private banking.)

“Ripe for the Picking.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, Nov.Dec. 1999, p. 60. (Affluent clients leaving banks for independent advisers and trust companies.)

“Wolves at the Door.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, Jan./Feb. 2000, p. 58. (Future of financial planning industry; Mark Hurley; Undiscovered Managers; Marshall Front, Kanaly Trust, etc.)

“The Trust Company: A Builder’s Blueprint.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, May 2000, p. 40. (Launching an independent trust company.)

“Where Old Money Meets New.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, June 2000. (Profile of Bessemer Trust Co.; Phipps family.)

“The Lure of Gray Flannel.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, November 2000, p. 91. (Independent advisers returning to large corporate employers; Mark Gilbert; Robin Kalota; Skip Gianopulos; Faye Doria.)

“To Each His Own.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, May 2001, p. 57. (Separate account management; Legacy Trust Co.; Dean Cherpitel; James Lockwood; Tom Grzymala; Lockwood Financial Group; SEI Investments; Brinker Capital; Tom Batterman; Percy Bolton; Laron Shannon; Bernard Kiely; Charles Schwab.)

“The Separate Account (R)evolution.” Bloomberg Personal Finance, October 2001, p. 90. (Separate account management; Legacy Trust Co.; Dean Cherpitel; James Lockwood; Tom Grzymala; Lockwood Financial Group; SEI Investments; Brinker Capital.)

“Ivy League Advice.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, May 2002, p. 70. (Financial advice at elite universities; Terry Murray; Harvard; Charles Collier; Northwester; Stanford; Georgetown; Brown; Vernon Anderson.)

“Supporting Cast.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, July/Aug. 2002, p. 50. (Oxford Financial Group; Jeff Thomasson.)

“The Angel Factor.” Family Business, Winter 2003, p. 33. (Thumbnail profiles of 45 angel investor families.)

“Inside Room 5600.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, Sept. 2004, p. 88. (Profile of Rockefeller & Co.; James McDonald.)

“Divine Profits.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, February 2005, p. 71-78. (Socially responsive investing.)

“Wealth=Independence? Guess again.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, April 2005, p. 67-74. (Bequeathing values to rich children; parenting skills.)

“What the rich can give their kids.” Family Business, Autumn 2005, p. 11. (Contrarian’s Notebook col.)

“Protecting the Pocket.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, October 2005, p. 89. (NFL Players Association.)

Football

“Penn-Harvard football letter” (parody). Franklin Field Illustrated, November 10, 1984.

“A Mentor’s Legacy.” ECS Reporter, Spring 1989, p. 8. (George Martens, Fieldston School, football.)

“Back to the Future.” PhillySport, December 1989, p. 36. (Penn football revival in 1980s.)

“Penn and Cornell: A Century of Excitement.” Franklin Field Illustrated, November 20, 1993, p. 2. (Highlights of college football rivalry.)

“The Quaker Quiz.” Pennsylvania Gazette, November 1996, p. 28. (Penn football quiz.)

“Winning, Losing, Learning: The Compensations of Defeat.” Pennsylvania Gazette, Nov./Dec. 2002, p. 58. (Penn football; John Stiegman.)

“The Last Refuge for Football Purists,” Bucks magazine, July/August 2004, p. 100. (Ivy League football.)

Ford, Jeremiah II

“Jeremiah Ford: Recalling Penn’s Unsung Savior.” Pennsylvania Gazette, Jan./Feb. 1999, p. 87. (Tribute to Penn’s late athletic director.)

Ford Motor Co.

“Ford Motor’s quandary.” Family Business, Spring 2001, p. 12. (Column; Ford Motor Co., William C. Ford Jr., Jacques Nasser.)

“Ford’s Division of Labor.” Family Business, Autumn 2001, p. 15. (Column; William C. Ford Jr.; Jacques Nasser.)

“Contrarian Follow-Up.” Family Business, Winter 2002, p. 14. (Column; Ford Motor Co., Jacques Nasser, William Ford Jr.)

“The Missing Company.” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 1. (Editor’s column; Ford Motor Co.; Henry Ford.)

Fox (Joseph) Books

“Bookstore Revolution.” Philadelphia Style, Nov./Dec. 2003, p. 62. (Culture column; Joseph Fox Books, Michael Fox; Barnes & Noble; Borders.)

Free Library of Philadelphia

“Creating the Zest of Paris in Philly.” Philadelphia Style, July/Aug. 2004, p. 36. (Ben Franklin Parkway, Free Library of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.)

“Toward a Better Research Library.” Friends of the Free Library of Philadelphia Newsletter, April 1985, p. 1.

Freedom Theatre (Philadelphia)

“Strangers On a Train.” Seven Arts, February 1994. (Short item; Fredom Theatre; Dutchman; Le Roi Jones; Walter Dallas.)

Genealogy

“Roots.” Inside, Spring 1989, p. 49. (Jewish genealogy, Luko, Finding Our Fathers.)

“Tracing Jewish Ancestors: A Pioneer looks Back.” Avotaynu, Fall 1989, p. 3. (Jewish genealogy, Finding Our Fathers, Malcolm Stern.)

General Electric

“Little Things Mean a Lot.” Family Business, Winter 2003, p. 11. (Column; executive perks; General Electric; Jack Welch; Philip Morris; Geoffrey Bible; IBM; Louis Gerstner.)

Golf

“The Richest Men in Golf.” Golf magazine, October 1984, p. 38. (Robert Dedman, Karsten Solheim, Jack Nicklaus, Nat and LeRoy Rosasco, Hansberger brothers, Arnold Palmer, Dick and Bill Tarlow, Carl Ross, Richard B. Young, Ernie Vossler,. Joe Walser.)

Gordon, John Steele

“A Street of Dreams? Or Site of Fantasy?” Philadelphia Inquirer, December 26, 1999. (Review of The Great Game, by John Steel Gordon.)

Graham, Bruce

“Success and Security.” Seven Arts, April 1994, p. 3. (Themes and Variations column; Bruce Graham; Philadelphia Festival Theatre for New Plays; Desperate Affection; Venture Theatre; Caryl Churchill; Mad Forest.)

Grasso, Richard

“Where Grasso Went Wrong.” Family Business, Winter 2004, p. 11. (Column; Richard Grasso; New York Stock Exchange.)

“A CEO’s egregious secret compensation (again).” Family Business, Winter 2009, p. 18. (Contrarian follow-up; New York Stock Exchange; Richard Grasso.)

Greenberg, M.R. (Hank)

“Evan Greenberg Leaves Home.” Family Business, Winter 2001, p. 11. (American International Group; Maurice R. (Hank) Greenberg, Evan Greenberg, Jeffrey Greenberg.)

“Contrarian Follow-Up.” Family Business, Winter 2002, p. 14. (Column; Evan Greenberg, M.R. Greenberg, American International Group.)

“How Old Is Too Old?” Family Business, Summer 2003, p. 11. (Column; M.R. (Hank) Greenberg; American International Group; Ernest Gallo; E.K. Gaylord; William T. Dillard.)

“ ‘You retire, you die’?” Family Business, Autumn 2005, p. 9. (Contrarian’s Notebook column.; American International Group, Maurice Greenberg, Rupert Murdoch, News Corp. Adelphia Communications, Rigas family.)

Gund, Gordon

“Gordon Gund: A Star in the Darkness.” Town & Country, December 1989, p. 158. (Profile of crusader for retinitis pigmentosa funding; winner of T&C Generous American award.)

Hackney, Sheldon

“Haunted By Water Buffalo.” Philadelphia Magazine, January 2004, p. 58. (Review of The Politics of Presidential Appointment, by Sheldon Hackney; U. of Pennsylvania; Judith Rodin.)

Hansberger brothers

“The Richest Men in Golf.” Golf magazine, October 1984, p. 38. (Robert Dedman, Karsten Solheim, Jack Nicklaus, Nat and LeRoy Rosasco, Hansberger brothers, Arnold Palmer, Dick and Bill Tarlow, Carl Ross, Richard B. Young, Ernie Vossler,. Joe Walser.)

“Just sell high, buy back low and watch your sales triple.” Family Business, May 1990, p. 30. (Profile of Ram Golf Corp and Hansberger brothers.)

Harris, Eliza

“Eliza Harris Slept Here.” Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine, May 27, 1984. (Underground Railroad, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Balbec, Indiana.)

Hasbro

“A Death in the Business” Family Business, April 1990, p. 20. (Hasbro Inc. and death of CEO Stephen Hassenfeld.)

“Looking Out For Number Two.” Family Business, Autumn 2003, p. 11. (Column; Hasbro; Alfred Verrecchia; Alan Hassenfeld; Comcast; Julian Brodsky; Stephen Burke; Ikea; Anders Moberg; L’Oréal; Maureen Chiquet.)

“The family retainer.” Family Business, Summer 2008, p. 20. (Contrarian’s Notebook follow-up; Hasbro Inc.; Alfred Verrecchia; Stephen Hassenfeld; Alan Hassenfeld.)

Hearst (corporation and family)

“Hearst’s Angry Heirs: Justified Ingratitude.” Family Business, Spring 2001, p. 9. (Column; William Randolph Hearst; Hearst Family Trust; Hearst Corp.; Randolph Hearst; Mark Lacter.)

Helmsley, Leona

“Leona’s Way.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 9. (Column; Leona Helmsley; Harry Helmsley; Patrick Ward.)

Hershey Foods Corp.

“Milton Hershey’s Secret Recipe.” Family Business, Winter 2003, p. 12. (Column; Hershey Foods, Milton Hershey.)

Hewlett-Packard

“Hewlett-Packard’s Conundrum.” Family Business, Spring 2002, p. 9. (Column; Hewlett-Packard; Walter Hewlett; William Hewlett; David Packard; Carleton Fiorina.)

“At Hewlett Packard, who’s laughing now?” Family Business, Winter 2007, p. 14. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Hewlett Packard; Carleton Fiorina; David Packard Jr.; Compaq Computer Corp.)

Hilton, Paris

“Shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves.” Family Business, Autumn 2005, p. 12. (Contrarian’s Notebook col.; Birkenstock, Paris Hilton.)

Ikea

“Looking Out For Number Two.” Family Business, Autumn 2003, p. 11. (Column; Hasbro; Alfred Verrecchia; Alan Hassenfeld; Comcast; Julian Brodsky; Stephen Burke; Ikea; Anders Moberg; L’Oréal; Maureen Chiquet.)

Inheritance

“A Matter of Trust.” Bloomberg Personal Finance, September 1997, p. 68. (Woes of trust beneficiaries.)

“Heir Control.” Bloomberg Personal Finance, November 1997, p. 71. (Talking to parents before their death.)

“Can Inheritors Save the Planet?” Wealth Manager, November 2005, p. 48. (Carol Newell, Jamie Schweser, Patrick Reynolds.)

Investments

 “A final word on money-market funds.” Chicago Magazine, January 1981, p. 139. 

Investor AB

“The Wallenberg secret.” Family Business, Spring 2007, p. 18. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Wallenberg family; Investor AB.)

IssuesPA

“IssuesPA’s Reality Check.” Trust, Winter/Spring 2003, p. 22. (Issues PA; Pew Charitable Trusts; Karen Miller; Steve Wray.)

Jackson, Jesse

“PUSH Comes to Shove.” The Quill, May 1986, p. 17. (Operation PUSH, Jesse Jackson, CBS, WBBM-TV, Chicago.)

Jerusalem

“The passionate tradition.” Going Places, May-June 1981. (Jerusalem.)

Jews and business

“From Hucksters to Merchant Princes.” Jewish Exponent Centennial Edition, June 1987, p. 154. (History of American Jews and business; Albert Greenfield; Levi Strauss; many more.)

Johnson, Edward C. III (Ned)

“Ned Johnson’s next step.” Town & Country, April 1992, p. 108. (Profile of Fidelity Investments chairman Edward C. Johnson III.)

Johnson & Johnson

“The Family Business Hall of Fame.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 39. (House of Medici; N.M. Rothschild & Sons; E.I. Du Pont; David Sassoon & Co.; John A. Roebling Sons; Kongo Gumi; Johnson & Johnson; R.H. Macy; Drexel, Morgan & Co.; J.P. Morgan & Co.; New York Times Co.; Cadbury Ltd.)

Johnson (S.C.) Co.

“S.C. Johnson, Celebrity.” Family Business, Spring 2002, p. 11. (Column; Samuel C. Johnson; Dave Thomas; Frank Perdue; Gina Gallo; Sara Lee Lubin.)

Johnson Publishing Co.

“Atop the Ebony Empire.” United Magazine, January 1985, p. 39. (Profile of John H. Johnson, Johnson Publishing Co.)

Journalism— misc.

“The Clause That Binds.” The Quill, May 1984, p. 9. (Non-compete clauses, Rupert Murdoch, Mike Royko, Clay Felker, New York Magazine, Steve Levy, WPVI-TV.)

“Most Favored Newspaper.” The Quill, September 1984, p. 25. (Wall Street Journal as arm of the SEC, Foster Winans, Norman Pearlstine.)

“Nattering Nabobs of Narcissism.” Quill, November 1985, p. 34. (Gossip and ego factor in publishing; G.D. Crain, Advertising Age, USA Today, New York, People, Manhattan Inc.)

Knight-Ridder Inc.

“A tale of two gene pools, or: So you want to go public?” Family Business, Spring 2006, p. 15. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Knight-Ridder, John S. Knight, Philadelphia Bulletin, newspapers.)

Knopf, Alfred A.

“Two lessons from Pat Knopf.” Family Business, Summer 2009, p. 18.

Kongo Gumi

“The Family Business Hall of Fame.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 39. (House of Medici; N.M. Rothschild & Sons; E.I. Du Pont; David Sassoon & Co.; John A. Roebling Sons; Kongo Gumi; Johnson & Johnson; R.H. Macy; Drexel, Morgan & Co.; J.P. Morgan & Co.; New York Times Co.; Cadbury Ltd.)

Kubrick, Stanley

“A Lesson From Kubrick.” Seven Arts, January 1994. (Short item; Kubrick; A Clockwork Orange; censorship.)

Landers, Ann

“Ann & Abby’s Lessons for Journalists.” The Quill, January 1984, p. 20. (Ann Landers, Abigail Van Buren.)

Lauder (Estée)

“A Lauder calls it quits.” Family Business, Summer 2008, p. 20. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Estée Lauder; Leonard Lauder; William Lauder.)

Lawyers

“Masters of the Loophole.” Bloomberg Personal Finance, November 1999, p. 64. (Leading trust and estates lawyers: McCaffrey, Eastland, Schlesinger, Esperti, Peterson, Wolf, Blattmachr, Teitell, Freeman, plus list of top lawyers.)

“One Shining Moment: Why Philadelphia Lawyers Are Different.” Philadelphia Lawyer, Winter 2002, p. 118. (Andrew Hamilton, Bernard Segal, John G. Johnson, Horace Binney, George Wharton Pepper, William H. Hastie, David Cohen, Thomas D. McBride, Jerome Shestack.)

“Kingdom of the Blind.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, March 2005, p. 63-70. (Widows and lawyers; lawyers as money managers.)

Lazard Frères; Lazard LLC

“Two old banks, two separate directions.” Family Business, Spring 2005, p. 10-12. (Contrarian’s Notebook column; Lazard LLC, House of Rothschild; Michel David-Weill; Bruce Wasserstein; David de Rothschild; Edouard Stern.)

“As I was saying….” Family Business, Autumn 2005, p. 13. (Contrarian’s Notebook col.; Lazard Ltd.)

Lazarus, Maurice

“After the business is gone.” Family Business, Autumn 2004, p. 10. (Joseph Cullman 3rd, Maurice Lazarus, Benson & Hedges, Philip Morris, Lazarus Department Stores, Federated Department Stores.)

Levin, Meyer

“The Madness of Meyer Levin.” Inside, Winter 1995, p. 25. (Review of An Obsession With Anne Frank, by Lawrence Graver, about Meyer Levin.)

Levi Strauss & Co.

“The Family Business Pantheon.” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 45. (Dutch East India Company; Barings Bank; Levi Strauss & Co.; A&P; Mellon Bank; Tata Group; Eli Lilly & Co.; Bechtel Group.)

Levitt, Arthur Jr.

“The Corned Beef Kids Grow Up.” Avenue, May 1987, p. 70. (Cogan, Berlind, Weill & Levitt; Sanford Weill, Arthur Carter, Marshall Cogan, Roger Berlind, Arthur Levitt Jr.; Shearson Lehman Brothers.)

Levy Organization

“A Passion for Packaged Excellence.” Chicago magazine, November 1985, p. 176. (Larry Levy, Mark Levy, Levy Organization, Chicago restaurants, One Magnificent Mile, Rich Melman.)

Li, Richard

“The Lesson of Richard Li.” Family Business, Summer 2003, p. 13. (Column; Richard Li; Hutchison Whampoa; Li Ka-Shing.)

“Superman’s son.” Family Business, Winter 2007, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook follow-up item; Richard Li; Li Ka-Shing; PCCW.)

Lilly (Eli) & Co.

“The Family Business Pantheon.” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 45. (Dutch East India Company; Barings Bank; Levi Strauss & Co.; A&P; Mellon Bank; Tata Group; Eli Lilly & Co.; Bechtel Group.)

Longstreth, W. Thacher

“Love and Marriage, 1941.” Town & Country, June 1990, p. 137. (Excerpt from Main Line WASP.)

“Too Good to Be True?” American Benefactor, Summer 1997, p. 27. (Thacher Longstreth and New Era Foundation scandal; John Bennett.)

Lopez, Steve

“Lopez on Art.” Seven Arts, March 1994. (Short item; Steve Lopez; Philadelphia Inquirer.)

L’Oréal

“Looking Out For Number Two.” Family Business, Autumn 2003, p. 11. (Column; Hasbro; Alfred Verrecchia; Alan Hassenfeld; Comcast; Julian Brodsky; Stephen Burke; Ikea; Anders Moberg; L’[Oréal; Maureen Chiquet.)

Macklowe Properties

“You’re history, Dad, but I still love you.” Family Business, Autumn 2008, p. 18. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Macklowe Properties; Harry Macklowe, William Macklowe.)

Macy (R.H.) & Co.

“The Family Business Hall of Fame.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 39. (House of Medici; N.M. Rothschild & Sons; E.I. Du Pont; David Sassoon & Co.; John A. Roebling Sons; Kongo Gumi; Johnson & Johnson; R.H. Macy; Drexel, Morgan & Co.; J.P. Morgan & Co.; New York Times Co.; Cadbury Ltd.)

Madoff, Bernard L.

“Madoff’s unwitting victims: Can you trust your relatives?” Family Business, Summer 2009, p. 16.

Magna International

“The Things We Don’t Do For Our Kids!” Family Business, Summer 2004, p. 11. (Magna International, Belinda Stronach.)

“Daddy’s little dilettante.” Family Business, Winter 2008, p. 25. (Contrarian’s Notebook follow-up, Magna International, Belinda Stronach.)

Martens, George

“A Mentor’s Legacy.” ECS Reporter, Spring 1989, p. 8. (George Martens, Fieldston School, football.)

Mask & Wig Club

“In Praise of Amateurs.” Seven Arts, April 1994. (Short item; Mask & Wig Club; U. of Pennsylvania.)

Medici, House of

“The Family Business Hall of Fame.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 39. (House of Medici; N.M. Rothschild & Sons; E.I. Du Pont; David Sassoon & Co.; John A. Roebling Sons; Kongo Gumi; Johnson & Johnson; R.H. Macy; Drexel, Morgan & Co.; J.P. Morgan & Co.; New York Times Co.; Cadbury Ltd.)

Mellon Bank

“Don’t Bank On It.” Philadelphia Magazine, June 2000, p. 45. (Re Margaret Barringer and disappearance of her family jewels.)

“The Family Business Pantheon.” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 45. (Dutch East India Company; Barings Bank; Levi Strauss & Co.; A&P; Mellon Bank; Tata Group; Eli Lilly & Co.; Bechtel Group.)

Meyerson, Martin

“The ‘Jackie Robinson of Jewish Academia’ .” Inside, Spring 1995, p. 65. (Sidebar about former Penn president Martin Meyerson.)

Michigan

“Midwest Riviera.” Town & Country, July 1990. (Profile of summer resort towns: Frankfort, Crystal Lake, Leland, Charlevoix, Petoskey, Northport Point, Walloon Lake, Harbor Springs, etc.)

Micozzi, Mark

“Mark Micozzi’s Solo Practice.” Penn Medicine, Winter 1997, p. 34. (Profile of Marc Micozzi, head of College of Physicians of Philadelphia.)

Midway Airport (Chicago)

“Midway’s calculated comeback.” Chicago Magazine, March 1983. (Midway Airport, O’Hare Airport, Midway Airlines.)

Minneapolis

“It’s Anything But Woebegon.” Town & Country, December 1987, p. 111. (Profile of Minneapolis; Carl Pohlad; Curtis Carlson; Alida Rockefeller; Robert Dayton.)

Mohn family

“Secretary as wife as boss at Bertelsmann” (follow-up). Family Business, Summer 2006, P. 13. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Bertelsmann AG; Reinhard Mohn; Liz Mohn.)

Mohonk Mountain House

“If It’s Morning It Must be Mohonk.” Ford Times, June 1989, p. 33. (Mohonk Mountain House, Lake Mohonk.)

Monaghan, Tom

“Games Millionaires Play.” Avenue, April 1988, p. 52. (Pro sports franchise owners; Fred Wilpon; Tom Monaghan.)

Morgan, J. Pierpont

“Penetrating the Soul of Financier J.P. Morgan.” Philadelphia Inquirer, May 30, 1999. (Review of Morgan: American Financier, by Jean Strouse.)

“The Family Business Hall of Fame.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 39. (House of Medici; N.M. Rothschild & Sons; E.I. Du Pont; David Sassoon & Co.; John A. Roebling Sons; Kongo Gumi; Johnson & Johnson; R.H. Macy; Drexel, Morgan & Co.; J.P. Morgan & Co.; New York Times Co.; Cadbury Ltd.)

Motorola

“Hindsight, Nepotism and Motorola.” Family Business, Spring 2001, p. 10. (Column; Paul Galvin, Robert Galvin, Christopher Galvin; New York Times; Adolph Ochs, Sulzberger family.)

Movie columns (syndicated)

“The Leftovers club.” Phoenix and other magazines, January 1981. (Stardust Memories, Woody Allen, Seems Like Old Times, Neil Simon, Tribute, Gloria, John Cassavetes, Sitting Ducks, Henry Jaglom.)

“The plight of the movie marriage.” Phoenix and other magazines, February 1981. (From the Life of the Marionettes, Ingmar Bergman, Falling In Love Again, Melvin and Howard, Raging Bull.)

“Hardy, Polanski and the decline of pastoral times.” Phoenix and other magazines, March 1981. (Tess, Roman Polanski.)

“Laughter and loneliness.” Phoenix and other magazines, April 1981. (Modern Romance, Real Life, Albert Brooks, All Night Long, Nine to Five.)

“The last Metro.” San Diego and pother magazines, May 1981, p. 73. (The Last Metro, François Truffaut.)

“Dumb, dumb, dumb.” Phoenix and other magazines, June 1981. (Thief, The Formula, Dressed to Kill, Eyewitness, The Omen, The Final Conflict, And Justice For All, Hanover Street, The Gauntlet, The China Syndrome, The reincarnation of Peter proud. The Sentinel, Bunt Offerings, Last Embrace, Moonraker, Bloodline.)

“Beginners’ luck.” Phoenix and San Diego and other magazines, July 1981. (The Last Picture Show, At Long Last Love, Peter Bogdanovich, Sylvester Stallone, Nighthawks, Michael Cimino, Heaven’s Gate.)

“The best of intentions.” Sacramento and other magazines, August 1981, p. 26. (Alan Alda, The Four Seasons, The Seduction of Joe Tynan.)

“Spielberg and Lucas.” San Diego and other magazines, September 1981. (Raiders of the Los Ark, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Superman II, Dragonslayer.)

“Are Filmmakers Out of Touch With Reality?” Phoenix and other magazines, October 1981. (Superman I and II, Blow Out, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Escape From New York, S.O.B.)

“The prince and the copper.” Sacramento and other magazines, November 1981, p. 26. (Prince of the City.)

“The Victorians.” San Diego and other magazines, December 1981, p. 64. (The French Lieutenant’s Woman, Raggedy Man, Priest of Love.)

Ragtime: Power to the People.” San Diego Magazine, January 1982, p. 77.

“An absence of malice, logic and timeliness.” The Quill, January 1982, p. 20. (Absence of Malice.)

“Sound Advice.” Sacramento Magazine, March 1982, p. 26. (Sound tracks; Ragtime, Coal Miner’s Daughter, many more.)

“Rights of passage.” Sacramento Magazine, April 1982, p. 58. (Shoot the Moon.)

“For all we know.” Sacramento Magazine, May 1982, p. 63. (Quest For Fire; My Dinner With Andre.)

“Dismantling Julie Andrews.” San Diego Magazine, June 1982, p. 72. (Julie Andrews, S.O.B., Victor/Victoria, etc.)

“Understanding those adolescent ‘50s.” Sacramento Magazine, July 1982, p. 56. (Diner, Last Picture Show,)

“Making the least of the funny papers.” Sacramento Magazi8ne, August 1982, p. 52. (Annie, Superman, Grease.)

“Have you seen any dumb movies lately?” North Shore Magazine, September 1982. (The Omen, Dressed to Kill, Blow-Out, Bolero, Hanky Panky, Firefox.)

 “Prostitution Without Guilt.” Sacramento Magazine, October 1982, p. 56. (Night Shift, The World According to Garp, The Best little Whorehouse in Texas, etc.)

“Hit and Miss.” San Diego Magazine, November 1982, p. 74. (E.T., Amityvile 2, Poltergeist.)

“Inner Conflicts.” San Diego Magazine, December 1982, p. 80. (The Chosen, My Favorite Year, Tempest

“Turning the clock backward.” Phoenix Magazine, January 1983. (The Time Bandits, Somewhere In Time, The Final Countdown, Timerider.)

“A talent for vulnerability.” Sacramento Magazine, February 1983, p. 55. (Richard Pryor, Which Way Is Up?, The Wiz, Some Kind of Hero, The Toy, Greased Lightning, Bustin’ Loose, Blue Collar.)

“Do unto others.” Sacramento Magazine, March 1983. (Gandhi.)

“Hits that shouldn’t be.” Phoenix Magazine, April 1983, p. 94. (The Verdict, Sophie’s Choice.)

“Wayward God of the Sahara.” Syndicated, May 1983. (Coup de Torchon, Philippe Noiret.)

“Toothpaste, Hollywood style.” Phoenix Magazine, June 1983, p. 85. (Man, Woman and Child; Table For Five; Max Dugan Returns, Exposed.)

“Why TV can’t kill movie theaters.” Phoenix Magazine, July 1983, p. 112. (An Officer and a Gentleman, Deep Throat, Casablanca, etc.)

“John Sayles and the blessings of poverty.” Phoenix Magazine, August 1983, p. 56. (Baby, It’s You, Return of the Secaucus Seven, Lianna.)

“Our debt to the 19th Century.” Phoenix Magazine, September 1983, p. 116. (Ettore Scola, Passione d’Amore, La Nuit de Varennes, La Traviata, A Special Day, We All Loved Each Other So Much, The French Lieutenant’s Woman.)

“Rottenberg’s best films of the past 12 years.” Syndicated, October 1983.

Murdoch, Rupert

“Murdoch: A Menace to Millions?” Chicago, March 1984, p. 137. (Rupert Murdoch, Chicago Sun-Times, Marshall Field III, Mike Royko.)

“The Clause That Binds.” The Quill, May 1984, p. 9. (Non-compete clauses, Rupert Murdoch, Mike Royko, Clay Felker, New York Magazine, Steve Levy, WPVI-TV.)

“Rupert Murdoch’s new wife.” Family Business, Winter 2001, p. 8. (Column; Wendi Deng; News Corp.)

“What’s It All About, Rupert?” Family Business, Winter 2004, p. 9. (Column; Rupert Murdoch; News Corp.; Saul Steinberg; Reliance Group; James Murdoch; Lachlan Murdoch.)

“ ‘You retire, you die’?” Family Business, Autumn 2005, p. 9. (Contrarian’s Notebook column.; American International Group, Maurice Greenberg, Rupert Murdoch, News Corp. Adelphia Communications, Rigas family.)

“Murdoch’s family turmoil: A familiar story.” Family Business, Winter 2006, p. 10. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Murdoch, News Corp., Pritzker family, Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group, American International Group, Reliance Group, Disney.)

“Murdoch’s family turmoil.” Family Business, Winter 2007, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook follow-up item; Rupert Murdoch; News Corp.)

“Dow Jones & Co., R.I.P.: Where the Bancrofts failed.” Family Business, Autumn 2007, p. 18. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Dow Jones & Co.; Wall Street Journal; News Corp.; Rupert Murdoch.)

“Murdoch’s last heir.” Family Business, Spring 2008, p. 22. (Contrarian’s Notebook follow-up; Riupert Murdoch; James Murdoch; News Corp.)

“After you’ve gone.” Family Business, Autumn 2008, p. 17. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Bancroft, Rockefeller, Dow Jones, Murdoch, News Corp., Exxon Mobil.)

Museums (misc.)

“Anne, Queen of Arts.” Town & Country, January 1989. (Anne d’Harnoncourt, Philadelphia Museum of Art, sidebar on women museum directors.)

Muti, Riccardo

“Matinee Idol.” Philadelphia Style, Sept./Oct. 2004, p. 66. (Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Riccardo Muti, Curtis Institute, Philadelphia Orchestra.)

Nashville Rhythm

“Advice we can do without,” Family Business, Summer 2005, p. 12. (Column; Walt Disney & Co., Michael Eisner, Mike Ovitz, Nashville Rhythm.)

National Constitution Center

“Less Than a Perfect Union.” Philadelphia Magazine, January 1996, p. 35. (Column re National Constitution Center; Robert Brasler, Stuart Feldman, Ted Wolf, etc.)

New Era Foundation

“Too Good To Be True?” American Benefactor, Summer 1997, p. 27. (Thacher Longstreth and New Era Foundation scandal; John Bennett.)

New Jersey

“The golden towns of the New Jersey shore.” Town & Country, June 1981, p. 144. (Bay Head, Mantoloking, Spring Lake, Deal, Sea Girt.)

New School For Social Research

“New School Sees Future In Its Past.” Crain’s New York Business, December 10, 1984. (New School for Social Research.)

New York

“Manhattan’s Richest Women.” Town & Country, September 1988, p. 220. (Rich lists; New York; Anne Bass; Estée Lauder; Iphigene Ochs Sulzberger; Charlotte Colket Weber.)

New York Stock Exchange

“Where Grasso Went Wrong.” Family Business, Winter 2004, p. 11. (Column; Richard Grasso; New York Stock Exchange.)

“A CEO’s egregious secret compensation (again).” Family Business, Winter 2009, p. 18. (Contrarian follow-up; New York Stock Exchange; Richard Grasso.)

New York Times

“The Power and the Prudence.” Seven Arts, December 1994, p. 29. (Profile of Rebecca Sinkler; New York Times Book Review.)

“Hindsight, Nepotism and Motorola.” Family Business, Spring 2001, p. 10. (Column; Paul Galvin, Robert Galvin, Christopher Galvin; New York Times; Adolph Ochs, Sulzberger family.)

“The Family Business Hall of Fame.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 39. (House of Medici; N.M. Rothschild & Sons; E.I. Du Pont; David Sassoon & Co.; John A. Roebling Sons; Kongo Gumi; Johnson & Johnson; R.H. Macy; Drexel, Morgan & Co.; J.P. Morgan & Co.; New York Times Co.; Cadbury Ltd.)

“The Times Family vs. the Post Family.” Family Business, Spring 2003, p. 19. (Column; New York Times; Sulzberger; Washington Post; Graham; International Herald-Tribune.)

“Mother Didn’t Always Know Best.” Family Business, Autumn 2003, p. 10. (Column; Jayson Blair scandal; Iphigene Sulzberger; New York Times, gay cruise.)

“Mr. Sulzberger, Meet Mr. Wrigley.” Family Business, Spring 2007, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook; New York Times, Sulzberger family, Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Morgan Stanley.)

“The Sulzbergers’ stock challenge.” Family Business, Summer 2007, p. 20. (Contrarian Follow-Up; New York Times Co., Sulzberger family, Morgan Stanley.)

“Cracking the New York Times.” Family Business, Summer 2008, p. 20. (Contrarian’s Notebook; New York Times; Sulzberger.)

“A modest proposal.” Family Business, Spring 2009, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook; New York Times; Sulzberger family dividends.)

New Yorker (magazine)

“The Talk of the Town.” The Quill, April 1987, p. 30. (Sale of New Yorker; William Shawn; Peter Fleischmann; Newhouse; Robert Gottlieb.)

Newspapers (misc).

“The Wealth of Newsfolks.” The Quill, December 1982, p. 7. (Wealthiest people in news media. Newhouse, Co, Hearst, Pritzker, Annenberg, Chandler, etc.)

“Signs of Life in the Zzzzzzz Zone.” The Quill, January 1987, p. 14. (Editorial pages; Philadelphia Inquirer.)

“Paper Tiger.” Avenue, February 1987, p. 67. (Christopher Shaw; Henry Ansbacher Inc.; newspapers; finance.)

“Missing the Message on Mergers.” Washington Journalism Review, June 1987, p. 18. (Philadelphia Bulletin, Richard Cohen, James Flanigan, Robert Samuelson.)

“Survival by failure.” Quill, January 1989, p. 27. (Joint Operating Agreements, Newspaper Preservation Act, David Lawrence, Detroit Free Press.)

“A tale of two gene pools, or: So you want to go public?” Family Business, Spring 2006, p. 15. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Knight-Ridder, John S. Knight, Philadelphia Bulletin, newspapers.)

NutraSweet

“Sweet Times For Searle.” Chicago, November 1984, p. 203. (Daniel Searle, NutraSweet, James Schlatter, Donald Rumsfeld, John Robson, Bob Shapiro.)

Opera Company of Philadelphia

“A Night in the Opera.” Inside, Fall 1983, p. 85 ff. (Opera, Carmen.)

“In Search of Robert Driver’s Voice.” Philadelphia Style, May/June 2003, p. 44. (Culture column; Opera Company of Philadelphia; Robert Driver, Margaret Everitt; Denyce Graves.)

“The Agony, the Ecstasy and the Guidelines.” Philadelphia Style, Mar./April 2004, p. 50. (Culture column re arts grants; Pew Charitable Trusts; Rebecca Rimel; Marian Godfrey; Philadelphia Orchestra; Opera Company of Philadelphia; Barnes Foundation.)

Operation PUSH

“PUSH Comes to Shove.” The Quill, May 1986, p. 17. (Operation PUSH, Jesse Jackson, CBS, WBBM-TV, Chicago.)

Oxford Financial Group

“Supporting Cast.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, July/Aug. 2002, p. 50. (Oxford Financial Group; Indianapolis; Jeff Thomasson.)

Parmalat SpA

“Does the Parmalat Scandal Sound Familiar?” Family Business, Spring 2004, p. 9. (Contrarian’s Notebook column; Parmalat; Adelphia; Tanzi’ Rigas.)

Patton Electronics

“In Dad We Trust.” Family Business, September 1990, p. 46. (Company profile; Robert E. Patton and ten children.)

Pearlstine, Norman

“Most Favored Newspaper.” The Quill, September 1984, p. 25. (Wall Street Journal as arm of the SEC, Foster Winans, Norman Pearlstine.)

“Different companies, different solutions.” Family Business, Winter 2006, p. 12. (Contrarian’s Notebook; New York Times, Sulzberger, Time magazine, Norman Pearlstine, Judith Miller.)

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

“Creating the Zest of Paris in Philly.” Philadelphia Style, July/Aug. 2004, p. 36. (Ben Franklin Parkway, Free Library of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.)

Peltzman, Sam

“Defender of the free market.” Chicago magazine, October 1981, p. 211 ff. (Profile of Sam Peltzman, University of Chicago economist; Robert Eisner.)

Pennsylvania Ballet

“As the Ballet Turns.” Seven Arts, January 1994. (Short item; Pennsylvania Ballet; Lisa Sundstrom; Giorgio Madia.)

“A Beginner’s Guide to Ballet.” Philadelphia Style, Nov./Dec. 2002, p. 78. (Pennsylvania Ballet; Nutcracker.)

Pennsylvania, University of

“Coming of Age on Fraternity Row.” Inside, Summer 1983, p. 56 ff. (Penn, fraternities, Phi Sigma Delta, Animal House.)

“Point, Counterpoint: Two gentle souls reflect on The Game of the Ivy season.” Franklin Field Illustrated, November 19, 1983.

“Penn-Harvard football letter” (parody). Franklin Field Illustrated, November 10, 1984.

“Back to the Future.” PhillySport, December 1989, p. 36. (Penn football revival in 190s.)

“Penn and Cornell: A Century of Excitement.” Franklin Field Illustrated, November 20, 1993, p. 2. (Highlights of college football rivalry.)

“At the Top of Her Class.” Town & Country, April 1995. (Profile of U. of Pennsylvania president Judith Rodin.)

“Judith Rodin Seizes the Day.” Inside, Spring 1995, p. 62. (Profile of U. of Pennsylvania president Judith Rodin and Jewish college presidents.)

“The ‘Jackie Robinson of Jewish Academia’.” Inside, Spring 1995, p. 65. (Sidebar about former Penn president Martin Meyerson.)

“The Quaker Quiz.” Pennsylvania Gazette, November 1996, p. 28. (Penn football quiz.)

“Jeremiah Ford: Recalling Penn’s Unsung Savior.” Pennsylvania Gazette, Jan./Feb. 1999, p. 87. (Tribute to Penn’s late athletic director.)

“Winning, Losing, Learning: The Compensations of Defeat.” Pennsylvania Gazette, Nov./Dec. 2002, p. 58. (Penn football; John Stiegman.)

“Penn Fraternities: A View From the ’60s.” Pennsylvania Gazette, Nov./Dec. 2002, p. 33. (Phi Sigma Delta.)

“Haunted By Water Buffalo.” Philadelphia Magazine, January 2004, p. 58. (Review of The Politics of Presidential Appointment, by Sheldon Hackney; U. of Pennsylvania; Judith Rodin.)

“Rodin’s Revolution at Penn.” Philadelphia Style, May/June 2004, p. 52

“And the Band Played On.” Pennsylvania Gazette, May/June 2014. (Penn Band, Herman Rottenberg.)

Pew Charitable Trusts

“Foundation for the Future.” Town & Country, December 1991, p. 138. (Profile of Pew Charitable Trusts.)

“IssuesPA’s Reality Check.” Trust, Winter/Spring 2003, p. 22. (Issues PA; Pew Charitable Trusts; Karen Miller; Steve Wray.)

“The Agony, the Ecstasy and the Guidelines.” Philadelphia Style, Mar./April 2004, p. 50. (Culture column re arts grants; Pew Charitable Trusts; Rebecca Rimel; Marian Godfrey; Philadelphia Orchestra; Opera Company of Philadelphia; Barnes Foundation.)

Philadelphia

“City of Brotherly Love starts to love itself.” Advertising Age, May 31, 1982. (Philadelphia.)

“The Academy of Music: Social Notes.” Town & Country, February 1987, p. 64. (Academy of Music; J. Liddon Pennock, Hyman Myers.)

“The Possible Dream.” Seven Arts, Oct. 1993, p. 1. (Themes and variations column; Jane Nemeth; Allan Kalish; WHYY; Philadelphia.)

“The Once and Future City.” Seven Arts, December 1993, p..1 (Themes and Variations column; Paris; Barnes goodwill delegation.)

“Our Bread and Butter.” Seven Arts, June 1994. (Themes and variations column; Philadelphia slogan; history.)

“Ed Rendell: The Eternal Sophomore as America’s Mayor.” Pennsylvania Gazette, May 1994, p. 18. (Profile of Philadelphia mayor.)

“Almanac Wars.” Seven Arts, June 1994, p. 15. (Feature; Inquirer Almanac; Philadelphia Almanac; Binzen; Ken Finkel.)

“Vive la Philadelphie.” Philadelphia Magazine, July 1998, p. 444. (French influences in Philadelphia.)

“It is Better to Give a Lot.” Philadelphia Magazine, December 1998, p. 96. (Philadelphia’s leading philanthropists: Annenberg, Connelly, Rowan, Abramson, Kimmel, Hamilton, Musser, McNeil, Moran, Haas, many more.)

“Location, Location, Location.” Philadelphia Style, Jan./Feb. 2000. (Suburban vs. city restaurants; also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“Orchestrating a City.” Stagebill (Philadelphia Orchestra), Autumn 2000, p. 20. (Effect of orchestra on Philadelphia economy.)

“How the Great Chefs Saved Philadelphia.” Philadelphia Style, Spring 2001. (Also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“One Shining Moment: Why Philadelphia Lawyers Are Different.” Philadelphia Lawyer, Winter 2002, p. 118. (Andrew Hamilton, Bernard Segal, John G. Johnson, Horace Binney, George Wharton Pepper, William H. Hastie, David Cohen, Thomas D. McBride, Jerome Shestack.)

“Philadelphia 2002: Seize This Moment.” Philadelphia Style, May/June 2002, p. 64. (Culture column; city vs. suburbs; Eric Bogosian.)

“A Life In the Arts, Free of Charge.” Philadelphia Style, July/Aug. 2002, p. 58. (Culture column; free local attractions.)

“The Devil and Albert Barnes.” Philadelphia Style, Jan./Feb. 2003, p. 42. (Culture column; Albert Barnes; Barnes Foundation; Pew Charitable Trusts.)

“A New Day Dawns on Broad Street.” Philadelphia Style, July/Aug. 2003, p. 38. (Culture column; Kimmel Center; Avenue of the Arts; Karen Lewis.)

“It’s the History, Stupid.” Philadelphia Style, March-April 2005. (Second Bank of the U.S., National Constitution Center, Historical Society of Pennsylvania.)

See also Restaurants (Philadelphia).

Philadelphia Bulletin

“A tale of two gene pools, or: So you want to go public?” Family Business, Spring 2006, p. 15. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Knight-Ridder, John S. Knight, Philadelphia Bulletin, newspapers.)

Philadelphia Museum of Art

“Anne, Queen of Arts.” Town & Country, January 1989. (Anne d’Harnoncourt, Philadelphia Museum of Art, sidebar on women museum directors.)

“The Art Museum’s New Identity.” Philadelphia Style, Sept./Oct. 2002, p. 64. (Culture column; Philadelphia Museum of Art.)

Philadelphia Orchestra

“The Best Years of Our Lives.” Seven Arts, January 1994, p. 1. (Themes and variations column; Muti; Sawallisch; Philadelphia Orchestra.)

“End of the Affair.” Seven Arts, April 1994. (Short item; Riccardo Muti; Philadelphia Orchestra; Joseph Kluger; Judith Frankfurt.)

“Sawallisch On Trial.” Seven Arts, May 1994. (Short item; Sawallisch; Wehrmacht; World War II; Philadelphia Orchestra; Jews.)

“Orchestrating a City.” Stagebill (Philadelphia Orchestra), Autumn 2000, p. 20. (Effect of Orchestra on Philadelphia economy.)

“A Moveable Feast.” Stagebill (Philadelphia Orchestra), April-May 2001. (Orchestra as Philadelphia ambassador; Tom Ridge; Elf-Atochem; PNC Bank; Herbert Kupferberg.)

“The Orchestra’s Brand New Ball Game.” Philadelphia Style, May/June 2002, p. 66. (Culture column; Philadelphia Orchestra; Ricardo Muti; Kimmel Center; Verizon Hall.)

“The Age of Eschenbach.” Philadelphia Style, Sept./Oct. 2003, p. 54. (Culture column; Philadelphia Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach.)

“The Agony, the Ecstasy and the Guidelines.” Philadelphia Style, Mar./April 2004, p. 50. (Culture column re arts grants; Pew Charitable Trusts; Rebecca Rimel; Marian Godfrey; Philadelphia Orchestra; Opera Company of Philadelphia; Barnes Foundation.)

“Matinee Idol.” Philadelphia Style, Sept./Oct. 2004, p. 66. (Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Riccardo Muti, Curtis Institute, Philadelphia Orchestra.)

Philanthropy

“The Most Generous Americans.” Town & Country, December 1983, p. 197 ff.

“The Most Generous Living Americans.” Town & Country, December 1986, p. 153. (Paul Mellon, Walter Annenberg, many more.)

“The Most Generous Young Americans.” Town & Country, December 1989, p. 162. (Leading philanthropists under age 50.)

“The 100 Most Generous Americans.” American Benefactor, Fall 1997, p. 42. (List and thumbnail sketches of philanthropists.)

“100 Most Generous Americans.” American Benefactor, Fall 1998, p.. 42. (List and thumbnail sketches of philanthropists.)

“It is Better to Give a Lot.” Philadelphia Magazine, December 1998, p. 96. (Philadelphia’s leading philanthropists: Annenberg, Connelly, Rowan, Abramson, Kimmel, Hamilton, Musser, McNeil, Moran, Haas, many more.)

PNC Bank

“Renaissance Man.” Seven Arts, May 1995, p. 45. (Profile of arts supporter and PNC Bank president Richard Smoot.)

Porsche

“It’s as clear as….” Family Business, Sprin 2009, p. 18. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Porsche; Volkswagen.)

Princeton, N.J.

“Princeton: This Side of Paradise?” Town & Country, October 1984, p. 129. (Profile of Princeton, N.J., Barbara Boggs Sigmund.)

Pritzker family

“A Marriage Snags the Pritzkers.” Family Business, Spring 2003, p. 15. (Column; Jay Pritzker; Robert Pritzker; Liesel Pritzker; Marmon Group; Hyatt Hotels.)

“Murdoch’s family turmoil: A familiar story.” Family Business, Winter 2006, p. 10. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Murdoch, News Corp., Pritzker family, Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group, American International Group, Reliance Group, Disney.)

Private companies

“All in the Family Inc.” Town & Country, August 1984, p. 119. (Privately held companies, Amway, Hallmark, Cargill, Newhouse, Bessemer Trust, Gates, Bechtel, Koch Industries, Brown Brothers Harriman, Mars, E&J Gallo, Binswanger, Encyclopaedia Britannica.)

Publix Supermarkets

“Take that, Wal-Mart!” Family Business, Autumn 2007, p. 19. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Publix; Wal-Mart.)

Ram Golf Corp.

“Just Sell High, Buy Back Low and Watch Your Sales Triple.” Family Business, May 1990, p. 30. (Profile of Ram Golf Corp and Hansberger brothers.)

Real estate

 “Who’s building what: The top ten for the eighties.” Chicago Magazine, April 1981, p. 126. (Bernard Weissbourd, Jerrold Wexler, Martin Romanek, Eugene Golub, Fleetwood Realty, Lawrence Levy, Tishman, Charles H. Shaw, Thomas Klutznick, McHugh Levin, Eugene Callahan.)

“Jerry Wexler, deal-maker.” Chicago magazine, April 1981, p. 117-123. (Jerrold Wexler, Drake Hotel, Playboy Building, McClurg Court Center, Outer Drive East, real estate developers.

Redheads

“Do Redheads Have More Brains?” Town & Country, August 1991. (With list of famous redheads.)

Redstone, Sumner

“Business hit, family failure: The woes of Sumner Redstone.” Family Business, Spring 2007, p. 14. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Sumner Redstone, Viacom.)

“Daddy’s former ally.” Family Businesss, Winter 2008, p. 25. (Contrarian’s Notebook follow-up; Sumner Redstone; Shari Redstone, Viacom Inc.)

“Woes of Sumner Redstone.” Family Business, Summer 2007, p. 20. (Contrarian follow-up; Viacom, CBS.)

“Daddy’s former ally (again).” Family Business, Winter 2009, p. 18. (Contrarian follow-up; Sumner Redstone; Viacom; Shari Redstone.

“Money isn’t everything.” Family Business, Spring 2009, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Boscov’s; Dillard’s; Viacom; Carlson.)

Reliance Industries

“For lack of a will.” Family Business, Spring 2005, p. 8-9. (Contrarian’s Notebook column; Reliance Industries; Ambani family estate feud.)

“The bickering Ambanis.” Family Business, Spring 2008, p. 22. (Contrarian’s Notebook follow-up; Reliance Industries; Ambani brothers.)

“The bickering Ambanis (again).” Family Business, Winter 2009, p. 18. (Contrarian follow-up; Reliance Industries; Ambani family.)

Reliance Insurance Co.; Reliance Group Holdings

“Saul Steinberg and ‘abusive boss syndrome’.” Family Business, Winter 2001, p. 9. (Column; Reliance insurance; Ivan Lansberg.)

“Negative Role Models: Examples to Avoid.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 53. (Adidas, Dart Group, Cooper Cos., Gucci, Hunt Oil, Hyundai, Koch Industries, Krupp, Courier-Journal & Louisville Times Co., C.K. Mondavi, News Corp., Reliance Insurance, Rite Aid, Revlon, Stew Leonard’s Dairy, U-Haul, USHealthcare.)

Rendell, Edward G.

“Ed Rendell: The Eternal Sophomore as America’s Mayor”; Pennsylvania Gazette, May 1994, p. 18. (Profile of Philadelphia mayor.)

Restaurants (Philadelphia)

“Philadelphia’s 100 Best Restaurants.” Philadelphia Style, May/June 1999, p. 81. (List with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“A Guide to Philadelphia’s 150 Best Restaurants.” Philadelphia Style, Fall 1999, p. 102. (List with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“A Guide to Philadelphia’s 150 Best Restaurants.” Philadelphia Style, Nov.Dec. 1999. (List with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“Location, Location, Location.” Philadelphia Style, Jan./Feb. 2000. (Suburban vs. city restaurants; also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“Longevity Isn’t Everything.” Philadelphia Style, Spring 2000. (Restaurants that close; also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“Strength in Numbers.” Philadelphia Style, Summer 2000. (Owners with multiple restaurants: Georges Perrier, Neil Stein, Stephen Starr, Bruce Cooper, Audrey Taichman, etc.; also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“The Solution For Smoking.” Philadelphia Style, Fall 2000. (Michael Nutter; Waldorf Café; Bridgid’s; 1521 Café; also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“The Age of Familiarity.” Philadelphia Style, Nov./Dec. 2000. (Restaurant service; also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“Food + Noise= Heaven?” Philadelphia Style, Winter 2001. (Also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“How the Great Chefs Saved Philadelphia.” Philadelphia Style, Spring 2001. (Also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“Vive La Difference: The Case For Ethnic Inequality.” Philadelphia Style, May 2001. (Bluezette; Delilah Winder; also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“Battle of the Sidewalks.” Philadelphia Style, July/August 2001. (Neil Stein; Rouge, Bleu; also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“A Chef’s Greatest Nemesis.” Philadelphia Style, Fall 2001. (Column re overhead costs; also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“A Simple Glass of Water.” Philadelphia Style, Nov./Dec. 2001. (Also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“Follow the Chef.” Philadelphia Style, Jan./Feb. 2002. (Ian Tiplitz, Kevin O’Kane, Peter Dunmire, Bruce Lim, Mustapha Roussiya, Francesco Martorella; also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“The Bell Tolls for Bookbinder’s.” Philadelphia Style, Mar./Apr. 2002, p. 140. (Old Original Bookbinder’s; Neil Stein; Butch Segal; also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“As We Were Saying.” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 10. (Column; Ralph’s Restaurant; Jimmy Rubino.)

Restaurants (France)

“Learning From the French.” Philadelphia Style, May/June 2002, p. 172. (Also list with thumbnail descriptions and ratings.)

“The Burden of Expectations.” Family Business, Autumn 2002, p. 13. (Column; Auberge du Père Bise; Sophie Bise; Talloires; French Alps.)

Rich Lists

“The Richest Men in Golf.” Golf magazine, October 1984, p. 38. (Robert Dedman, Karsten Solheim, Jack Nicklaus, Nat and LeRoy Rosasco, Hansberger brothers, Arnold Palmer, Dick and Bill Tarlow, Carl Ross, Richard B. Young, Ernie Vossler, Joe Walser.)

“Manhattan’s Richest Women.” Town & Country, September 1988, p. 220. (Rich lists; New York; Anne Bass; Estée Lauder; Iphigene Ochs Sulzberger; Charlotte Colket Weber.)

“The Richest People in Skiing.” Ski, February 1991. (List of richest.)

Rick’s Steaks (Philadelphia)

“Keep your eye on the ball.” Family Business, Winter 2008, p. 24. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Rick’s Steaks, Rick Olivieri, Tony Luke’s.)

Rite Aid

“The Drugging of Philadelphia.” Philadelphia Magazine, August 1983, p. 116 ff. (Rite Aid, Lerman, Alex Grass.)

Rizzo, Frank

“The Philly Fantasticks.” The Quill, September 1986, p. 26. (Welcomat, Frank Rizzo, Susan Seiderman, Bill Lytton, Sam Klein, Noel Weyrich.)

Rock Island RR

“The Last Run of the Rock Island Line.” Chicago, September 1984, p. 197. (Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific RR, Henry Crown, John Ingram, William Gibbons, Fred Kroll.)

Rockefeller family, Rockefeller & Co.

“Inside Room 5600.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, Sept. 2004, p. 88. (Profile of Rockefeller & Co.; James McDonald.)

“After you’ve gone.” Family Business, Autumn 2008, p. 17. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Bancroft, Rockefeller, Dow Jones, Murdoch, News Corp., Exxon Mobil.)

Rodin, Judith

“At the Top of Her Class.” Town & Country, April 1995. (Profile of U. of Pennsylvania president Judith Rodin.)

“Judith Rodin Seizes the Day.” Inside, Spring 1995, p. 62. (Profile of U. of Pennsylvania president Judith Rodin and Jewish college presidents.)

“Haunted By Water Buffalo.” Philadelphia Magazine, January 2004, p. 58. (Review of The Politics of Presidential Appointment, by Sheldon Hackney; U. of Pennsylvania; Judith Rodin.)

“Rodin’s Revolution at Penn,” Philadelphia Style, May/June 2004, p. 52.

Roebling (John A.) Sons Co.

“The Roeblings: Bridging the Generations.” Town & Country, May 1983, p. 208 ff. (Roebling family, Brooklyn Bridge.)

“The Family Business Hall of Fame.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 39. (House of Medici; N.M. Rothschild & Sons; E.I. Du Pont; David Sassoon & Co.; John A. Roebling Sons; Kongo Gumi; Johnson & Johnson; R.H. Macy; Drexel, Morgan & Co.; J.P. Morgan & Co.; New York Times Co.; Cadbury Ltd.)

Ronald, Hugh

“Important contribution to American journalism.” Portland (Ind.) Commercial-Review, March 30, 1983. (Hugh Ronald.)

Rosenbluth Travel

“The Young Maverick.” Family Business, Jan./Feb. 1991, p. 28. (Profile of CEO Hal Rosenbluth.)

“The fourth-generation maverick.” Family Business, Autumn 2008, p. 17. (Contrarian follow-up; Rosenbluth Travel, Hal Rosenbluth.)

Rothschild, House of

“Banking on Family.” Inside, Summer 1999, p. 25. (Review of The House of Rothschild: Money’s Prophets, by Niall Ferguson.)

“The Family Business Hall of Fame.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 39. (House of Medici; N.M. Rothschild & Sons; E.I. Du Pont; David Sassoon & Co.; John A. Roebling Sons; Kongo Gumi; Johnson & Johnson; R.H. Macy; Drexel, Morgan & Co.; J.P. Morgan & Co.; New York Times Co.; Cadbury Ltd.)

“Two old banks, two separate directions.” Family Business, Spring 2005, p. 10-12. (Contrarian’s Notebook column; Lazard LLC, House of Rothschild; Michel David-Weill; Bruce Wasserstein; David de Rothschild; Edouard Stern.)

“New wine in old bottles.” Family Business, Winter 2008, p. 25. (Contrarian’s Notebook follow-up, Rothschild Continuity Holdings, David de Rothschild.)

Rubin, I. Edward, M.D.

“The ultimate patient-care contract.” Penn Medicine, Fall 1996, p. 40. (Remembrance of I. Edward Rubin, M.D.)

Rumsfeld, Donald

“Sweet Times For Searle.” Chicago, November 1984, p. 203. (Daniel Searle, NutraSweet, James Schlatter, Donald Rumsfeld, John Robson, Bob Shapiro.)

“Donald Rumsfeld’s family business fling.” Family Business, Autumn 2006, p. 18. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Donald Rumsfeld, G.D. Searle & Co.)

Running Press

“Is This Cup Half-Empty or Half-Full?” Family Business, Autumn 2000, p. 6. (Column; Larry Teacher, Buzz Teacher; Carol Saline, Sharon Wohlmuth; Sisters; Mothers and Daughters.)

J. Sainsbury

“There’s life in the Sainsburys yet.” Family Business, Autumn 2007, p. 20. (Contrarian’s Notebook; John Sainsbury, David Sainsbury.)

Sassoon (David) & Co.

“The Family Business Hall of Fame.” Family Business, Summer 2001, p. 39. (House of Medici; N.M. Rothschild & Sons; E.I. Du Pont; David Sassoon & Co.; John A. Roebling Sons; Kongo Gumi; Johnson & Johnson; R.H. Macy; Drexel, Morgan & Co.; J.P. Morgan & Co.; New York Times Co.; Cadbury Ltd.)

Saudi Binladin Group

“Black Sheep Syndrome.” Family Business, Winter 2002, p.. 13. (Column; Saudi Binladin Group; Osama bin Laden; Yeslam Binladin.)

Searle (G.D.) & Co.

“Sweet Times For Searle.” Chicago, November 1984, p. 203. (Daniel Searle, NutraSweet, James Schlatter, Donald Rumsfeld, John Robson, Bob Shapiro.)

“Donald Rumsfeld’s family business fling.” Family Business, Autumn 2006, p. 18. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Donald Rumsfeld, G.D. Searle & Co.)

SEI Investments

“Over the Top.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, July 2001, p. 79. (Profile of SEI Investments; Alfred West; Carmen Romeo.)

Seiderman, Susan

“Man Tough, Woman Gentle?” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 11. (Column; Susan Seiderman; Welcomat; Philadelphia Weekly.)

Seligman, Martin

“Recipes for Self-Esteem.” Inside, Fall 1995, p. 19. (Review of Martin Seligman’s The Optimistic Child.)

Sewell, Ike

“The King of Deep-Dish Pizza.” Chicago Magazine, May 1983, p. 190 ff. (Ike Sewell, Pizzeria Uno.)

Shaw, Christopher

“Paper Tiger.” Avenue, February 1987, p. 67. (Christopher Shaw; Henry Ansbacher Inc.; newspapers; finance.)

Shiller, Robert

“The Shiller & Siegel Show.” Bloomberg Personal Finance, May 2002, p. 60. (Robert Shiller; Jeremy J. Siegel.)

Siegel, Jeremy

“The Shiller & Siegel Show.” Bloomberg Personal Finance, May 2002, p. 60. (Robert Shiller; Jeremy J. Siegel.)

Sinkler, Rebecca

“The Power and the Prudence.” Seven Arts, December 1994, p. 29. (Profile of Rebecca Sinkler; New York Times Book Review.)

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

“SOM: The Big, the Bad and the Beautiful.” Chicago Magazine, May 1982. (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Fazlur Kahn, Walter Netsch, Bruce Graham.)

Skiing

“The Richest People in Skiing.” Ski, February 1991. (List of richest.)

Slade, Joseph Alfred (Jack)

“The Forgotten Gunfighter.” Civilization, March-April 1996, p. 56. (Jack Slade.)

“Jack Slade: Western Jekyll and Hyde.” Wild West magazine, April 2010, p. 50.

“Jack Slade: The tragic hero who saved Julesburg, the Pony Express— and the Union.” Colorado Country Life, June 2010, p. 16-18.

Smoot, Richard

“Renaissance Man.” Seven Arts, May 1995, p. 45. (Profile of arts supporter and PNC bank president Richard Smoot.)

Socially Responsive Investing

“Divine Profits.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, February 2005, p. 71-78. (Socially responsive investing.)

“A new opportunity on Wall Streeet.” Family Businesss, Summer 2006, p. 10. (Contrarian’s notebook column; baby boomer inheritors.)

Solzhenitsyn, Ignat

“Matinee Idol.” Philadelphia Style, Sept./Oct. 2004, p. 66. (Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Riccardo Muti, Curtis Institute, Philadelphia Orchestra.)

Sports (misc.)

“The peculiar economics of professional sport.” Reliance Lines (Reliance Insurance Co.), Winter 1981, p. 3.

“A gamble of love,” Chicago magazine, July 1981. (Chicago White Sox, Jerry Reinsdorf, Eddie Einhorn, Bill Veeck, Neil Bluhm, William Wrigley III, George Halas Arthur Wirtz, Jonathan Kovler.)

“Games Millionaires Play.” Avenue, April 1988, p. 52. (Pro sports franchise owners; Fred Wilpon; Tom Monaghan.)

Steinberg, Saul

“Saul Steinberg and ‘abusive boss syndrome’.” Family Business, Winter 2001, p. 9. (Column; Reliance insurance; Ivan Lansberg.)

“What’s It All About, Rupert?” Family Business, Winter 2004, p. 9. (Column; Rupert Murdoch; News Corp.; Saul Steinberg; Reliance Group; James Murdoch; Lachlan Murdoch.)

Steinberg, Wallace

“Will Wallace Steinberg Live Forever?” Longevity, June 1993, p. 48. (Profile of biotechnology venture capitalist.)

Stern, Edward

“Two Wayward Grandsons Named Ed.” Family Business, Winter 2004, p. 8. (Column; Edgar Bronfman; Vivendi Universal; Seagram & Co.; Edward Stern; Hartz Mountain; Canary Capital Partners.)

Stern, Leonard

“The Unflappable Leonard Stern.” Avenue, October 1987, p. 161. (Profile of Leonard Stern; Hartz Mountain; Village Voice.)

Stowe, Harriet Beecher

“Eliza Harris Slept Here.” Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine, May 27, 1984. (Underground Railroad, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Balbec, Indiana.)

Strawbridge & Clothier

“The Strawbridge Secret.” Philadelphia Magazine, January 1983, p. 95 ff. (Strawbridge & Clothier.)

“The Family That Can’t Be Bought.” Family Business, February 1990, p. 20. (Profile of Strawbridge & Clothier department store chain, with sidebar on other family-owned chains.)

“Quality Went Out of Style.” Family Business, Summer 1996, p. 9. (Post-mortem on sale of Strawbridge & Clothier.)

Stronach, Belinda

“The Things We Don’t Do For Our Kids!” Family Business, Summer 2004, p. 11. (Magna International, Belinda Stronach.)

Strouse, Jean

“Penetrating the Soul of Financier J.P. Morgan.” Philadelphia Inquirer, May 30, 1999. (Review of Morgan: American Financier, by Jean Strouse.)

Suburbs

“The Odd Couple.” Chicago Magazine, January 1981, p. 110 ff. (Metropolitan government; city and suburbs; Indianapolis, Toronto and London.)

Sulzberger family

“Business hit, family failure: The woes of Sumner Redstone.” Family Business, Spring 2007, p. 14. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Sumner Redstone, Viacom.)

Sun Hung Kai Properties (Hong Kong)

“Brotherly love (not).” Family Business, Autumn 2008, p. 18. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Sun Hung Kai, Walter Kwok, Kwong Siu-Hing.)

Tata Group

“The Family Business Pantheon.” Family Business, Summer 2002, p. 45. (Dutch East India Company; Barings Bank; Levi Strauss & Co.; A&P; Mellon Bank; Tata Group; Eli Lilly & Co.; Bechtel Group.)

Television

“Scoops That Weren’t.” TV Guide, December 11, 1982. (False hasty news stories; WCAU-TV (Philadelphia), WLS-TV (Chicago), WRC-TV (Washington).

“And That’s the Way It Is.” American Journalism Review, May 1994, p. 34. (Profile of Walter Cronkite.)

Theater (Philadelphia)

“Success and Security.” Seven Arts, April 1994, p. 3. (Themes and Variations column; Bruce Graham; Philadelphia Festival Theatre for New Plays; Desperate Affection; Venture Theatre; Caryl Churchill; Mad Forest.)

“The Shock of Recognition.” Philadelphia Style, Mar./Apr. 2003, p. 52. (Culture column; nudity on stage; Wilma Theater; Philadelphia Theatre Co.; Blanka Zizka; Jiri Zizka; Sara Garonzik.)

“Orwell’s Children: The Zizkas of the Wilma Theater.” Philadelphia Style, Jan./Feb. 2004, p. 38. (Culture column; Wilma Theater; Blanka Zizka; Jiri Zizka.)

“Let’s Put On a Show.” Philadelphia Style, Nov.-Dec. 2004, p. 74. Part 1 of two-part guide to local theater companies: Wilma, Philadelphia Theatre Co., Arden, Walnut Street Theatre, People’s Light & Theatre Co.

Time Inc.

“Different companies, different solutions.” Family Business, Winter 2006, p. 12. (Contraian’s Notebook; New York Times, Sulzberger, Time magazine, Norman Pearlstine, Judith Miller.)

Toll Brothers

“CEOs who earn their pay.” Family Business, Autumn 2004, p. 9. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Bob Toll, Toll Brothers, John Brock, Interbrew S.A., AmBev.)

“Incentive compensation for Toll Brothers’ CEO” (follow-up). Family Business, Autmn 2006, p. 14. (Contrarian’s Notebook, Toll Brothers, Bob Toll.)

Toyota

“An unlikely heir returns to Toyota.” Family Business, Summer 2008, p. 18. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Toyota; Akiyo Toyoda.)

Travel

“The passionate tradition.” Going Places, May-June 1981. (Jerusalem.)

“By road or by rail, bound for Big Apple.” Philadelphia Inquirer, May 31, 1981. (Travel to New York by train, bus or car.)

“At this airport, less is more.” Philadelphia Inquirer, August 2, 1981. (Chicago’s Midway Airport.)

Trends

“Caution! Trend Ahead.” Ford Times, January 1989. (Essay.)

Trusts and estates

“A Matter of Trust.” Bloomberg Personal Finance, September 1997, p. 68. (Woes of trust beneficiaries.)

“Liberated Trust.” Bloomberg Personal Finance, December 1998, p. 101. (Advantages of a unitrust.)

“Masters of the Loophole.” Bloomberg Personal Finance, November 1999, p. 64. (Leading trust and estates lawyers: McCaffrey, Eastland, Schlesinger, Esperti, Peterson, Wolf, Blattmachr, Teitell, Freeman, plus list of top lawyers.)

“The Trust Company: A Builder’s Blueprint.” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, May 2000, p. 40. (Launching an independent trust company.)

“Grave Concerns.” Bloomberg Personal Finance, March 2001, p. 96. (Problem inheritors; estate planning; Ron Pearson; Gerald Condon; Nancy Nelson; Thomas Carroll; Lawrence Scherer.)

“Hearst’s Angry Heirs: Justified Ingratitude.” Family Business, Spring 2001, p. 9. (Column; William Randolph Hearst; Hearst Family Trust; Hearst Corp.; Randolph Hearst; Mark Lacter.)

“Where There’s a Will.” Bloomberg Personal Finance, September 2002, p. 82. (Executors; Mark Rothko; Theodoros Stamos; Robert Whitman; Pamela Harriman; Norman Donoghue; Charles Plotnick.)

“For lack of a will.” Family Business, Spring 2005, p. 8-9. (Contrarian’s Notebook column; Reliance Industries; Ambani family estate feud.)

“And while we’re on the subject…” Family Business, Spring 2005, p. 9-10. (Contrarian’s Notebook column; will of Jack Kent Cooke; John Kent Cooke; Washington Redskins.)

Uncle Tom’s Cabin

“Eliza Harris Slept Here.” Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine, May 27, 1984. (Underground railroad, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Balbec, Indiana.)

Underground Railroad

“Eliza Harris Slept Here.” Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine, May 27, 1984. (Underground railroad, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Balbec, Indiana.)

United Negro College Fund

“The Gift of Knowledge.” Town & Country, December 1990, p. 156. (Profile of Walter Annenberg; Generous American award.)

United States Trust Company

“Why trust the Trust Company?” Town & Country, February 1981, p. 30 ff. (Profile of U.S. Trust Co., Daniel Davison.)

University of the Arts

“Orchestral Maneuvers at UArts.” Seven Arts, June 1994. (Short item re dropping of classical orchestral instrument program.)

Viacom Inc.

“Business hit, family failure: The woes of Sumner Redstone.” Family Business, Spring 2007, p. 14. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Sumner Redstone, Viacom.)

“Woes of Sumner Redstone.” Family Business, Summer 2007, p. 20. (Contrarian follow-up; Viacom, CBS.)

“Daddy’s former ally.” Family Businesss, Winter 2008, p. 25. (Contrarian’s Notebook follow-up; Sumner Redstone; Shari Redstone, Viacom Inc.)

“Daddy’s former ally (again).” Family Business, Winter 2009, p. 18. (Contrarian follow-up; Sumner Redstone; Viacom; Shari Redstone.

“Money isn’t everything.” Family Business, Spring 2009, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Boscov’s; Dillard’s; Viacom; Carlson.)

Wall Street

“The Explosive New World of Wall Street.” Town & Country, September 1985, p. 165. (Profiles of major investment houses, individuals and dynasties: Merrill Lynch, Shearson Lehman Bros., Salomon Bros., Goldman Sachs, many more.)

“Breaking Down the Wall.” Inside, Summer 1991, p. 50. (Profiles of Jews on Wall Street: Alan Greenberg, Felix Rohatyn, Leo Melamed, John Gutfreund, Sanford Weill, Bruce Wasserstein, Henry Kravis, Salim Lewis.)

“A Street of Dreams? Or Site of Fantasy?” Philadelphia Inquirer, December 26, 1999. (Review of The Great Game, by John Steel Gordon.)

Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal: The Story of Dow Jones and the Nation’s Business Newspaper.” (Review of book by Lloyd Wendt.) Chicago Magazine, January 1963. (Dow Jones, Wall Street Journal.)

“Most Favored Newspaper.” The Quill, September 1984, p. 25. (Wall Street Journal as arm of the SEC, Foster Winans, Norman Pearlstine.)

“The ‘new nepotism’ at Dow Jones” (follow-up). Family Business, Summer 2006, P. 13. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Wall Street Journal; Dow Jones & Co.; Peter Kann; Karen Eliot House.)

Wallenberg family

“The Wallenberg secret.” Family Business, Spring 2007, p. 18. (Contrarian’s Notebook; Wallenberg family; Investor AB.)

Washington University (St. Louis)

“The Spirit of St. Louis.” Town & Country, May 1990, p. 166. (profile of Washington U. chancellor William Danforth.)

Weill, Sanford

“The Corned Beef Kids Grow Up.” Avenue, May 1987, p. 70. (Cogan, Berlind, Weill & Levitt; Sanford Weill, Arthur Carter, Marshall Cogan, Roger Berlind, Arthur Levitt Jr.; Shearson Lehman Brothers.)

Welcomat

“‘Professionalism’ is Gonna Kill Us.” Quill, January 1985, p. 16. Welcomat, libel, Susan Seiderman.)

“The Philly Fantasticks.” The Quill, September 1986, p. 26. (Welcomat, Frank Rizzo, Susan Seiderman, Bill Lytton, Sam Klein, Noel Weyrich.)

Westmoreland Coal Co.

“On Second Thought.” Family Business, Autumn 2001, p. 15. (Column; Westmoreland Coal Co..; E.B. Leisenring Jr.)

“Testing the Owner’s Son.” Family Business, Winter 2004, p. 80. (Excerpt from In The Kingdom of Coal; Westmoreland Coal Co.; E.B. Leisenring Jr.)

Wexler, Jerrold

“Jerry Wexler, deal-maker.” Chicago magazine, April 1981, p. 117-123. (Jerrold Wexler, Drake Hotel, Playboy Building, McClurg Court Center, Outer Drive East, real estate developers.

Whitehead, Edwin C.; Whitehead Institute

The Education of a Philanthropist.” Town & Country, December 1984. (Edwin C. Whitehead, Whitehead Institute, MIT, Technicon.)

Wilma Theater

“The Shock of Recognition.” Philadelphia Style, Mar./Apr. 2003, p. 52. (Culture column; nudity on stage; Wilma Theater; Philadelphia Theatre Co.; Blanka Zizka; Jiri Zizka; Sara Garonzik.)

“Orwell’s Children: The Zizkas of the Wilma Theater.” Philadelphia Style, Jan./Feb. 2004, p. 38. (Culture column; Wilma Theater; Blanka Zizka; Jiri Zizka.)

Wilpon, Fred

“Games Millionaires Play.” Avenue, April 1988, p. 52. (Pro sports franchise owners; Fred Wilpon; Tom Monaghan.)

Winans, R. Foster

“Most Favored Newspaper.” The Quill, September 1984, p. 25. (Wall Street Journal as arm of the SEC, Foster Winans, Norman Pearlstine.)

Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen

“Legal Eagle.” Inside, Fall 1989, p. 129. (Morris Wolf and founding of major Philadelphia Jewish law firm, 1903.)

Wrigley (Wm. Jr.) Co.

“Mr. Sulzberger, Meet Mr. Wrigley.” Family Business, Spring 2007, p. 16. (Contrarian’s Notebook; New York Times, Sulzberger family, Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Morgan Stanley.)

“Wrigley’s ingenious stock plan.” Family Business, Autumn 2008, p. 17. (Contrarian follow-up; Wrigley, Mars Inc.)

Young executives

“Today’s College Dropouts.” Rolling Stone, March 28, 1985.(Corporate presidents under age 30: Barbara Millard (Computerland), Bill Gates (Microsoft), Debbi Fields (Mrs. Fields Cookies), Barron Thomas (Barron Thomas Aviation), Xavier Roberts (Original Appalachian Artworks), Jay Adoni (Admos Shoe Corp.), Jeff Chasen (N. Chasen & Son), Richard Berman (R&B Inc.), Terry Dorman (Dorman Bogdonoff Corp.), 9 other runners-up.)

“Risky Business.” Playboy, September 1985. (College entrepreneurs: Robert Kotick, Howard Marks, Mark Krasnow, Samuel Kates, 13 others.)

Zworykin, Vladimir

“The man who invented TV.” Town & Country, October 1981, p. 134. (Profile of Vladimir Zworykin.)