Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Smarter Living Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Smarter Living | Here’s Some Money Advice: Just Buy the Coffee Advertisement Supported by No, skipping your morning caffeine boost will not make you a millionaire. ByTim Herrera June 23, 2019 Welcome to the Smarter Living newsletter! Every Monday, Tim Herrera emails readers with tips and advice for living a better, more fulfilling life. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. I’m calling it right now: This is the summer of bad personal finance advice. An industry of experts exists to advise us on how to spend our money. Some of those experts are truly on your side and sincerely want to help you be better with money. Some of those experts are … not exactly on your side, and are perhaps more interested in riling us up about our spending. It can be difficult to tell them apart, … [Read more...] about Here’s Some Money Advice: Just Buy the Coffee
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Business | Julia Hartz Founded Eventbrite With Her Fiancé. Then She Took His Job. Sections Skip to content Skip to site index corner office The California native is “an energy person” who worked in TV and then did a little of everything at the couple’s start-up. It all prepared her to take it public. Julia Hartz, the chief executive officer of Eventbrite. Credit Credit Erik Tanner for The New York Times Supported by ByDavid Gelles Jan. 31, 2019 Conventional wisdom has it that mixing professional and personal relationships is unwise. Julia Hartz ignored the conventional wisdom. After college and a few years bouncing around the media business, she co-founded Eventbrite, the ticketing website, with a team that included her fiancé at the time, Kevin Hartz. That was in January 2006. Today, Eventbrite is on track for almost $300 million in annual sales, and Ms. Hartz has made the transition from … [Read more...] about Julia Hartz Founded Eventbrite With Her Fiancé. Then She Took His Job.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Food Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Food | At Last, a Restaurant With That New-Car Smell Supported by Restaurant Review The Chef Won’t Stay Long. That’s the Point. 10 Photos View Slide Show › Daniel Krieger for The New York Times Intersect by Lexus NYT Critic's Pick $$$$ 412 West 14th Street, Meatpacking District 212-230-5832 More Information ByPete Wells Jan. 22, 2019 The nice man who brought samples of the banoffee macaron to me and other customers one recent morning began, a few moments later, to gently buff the doors and windows of a new, rose-gold prototype car with a soft cloth. I could see this because the car and I were sharing a room on West 14th Street. The car was in the back and I was in the middle, sitting at one of the cafe tables near the stairs to the second floor, where there is a bar shaped … [Read more...] about At Last, a Restaurant With That New-Car Smell