It’s a grown-up birthday party - the kind where women wear earrings that cost a month’s salary, and men smoke cigars and talk about whose fund is hitting the dirt.
This morning I stumbled upon the real-life set of The O.C. nestled in the deepest recesses of shopping mecca, aka The West End. Or so it appeared.
A quick look around any trading floor will confirm there is a serious shortage of females working in the City’s investment banks - save the sexed-up secretaries, of course.
Who actually decides if you are going to get the boot? Is it (1) your boss, (2) your boss's boss, or (3) your fellow employees?
Once again, a visit to the tiny Donmar Warehouse proved to be an inspiring experience.
If only The Rat had to write Mid-Year Objectives. Then maybe, for once, he wouldn't have something to say.
On Friday 14th August, six colleagues at a certain professional services firm at More London Place will see their hard work pay off when the doors of Gibson Hall open on their summer charity ball. Tickets are still available, and at £60 a pop, offer a good deal for you - and for The Prince's Trust.
The fixation with dating a trader, I believe, is disillusioning to the countless girls obsessed with bagging one, and causes me to wonder: how much do the predators really know about their prey?
A fool's mind is in the gutter. We're talking sausage and mash here.
Tucked away in a cosy nook in St James, Duke’s Hotel is the kind of place favoured by well-heeled, established citizens of the world - people who have effortless social graces and know how to hold a good conversation.
Having a double dose of a gene that boosts levels of serotonin appears to increase students’ chances of romance
Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle blog, Goop, recently ran an article about fascia fitness, which she claims will make your legs longer. Is there any truth to it? We asked an expert
In a surprise move, the studio left the Aaron Sorkin-penned film, once again leaving the project in flux after it already had casting changes.