I'm always in awe of women who can make it in a man's world.
I've been particularly proud of how well Christie Hefner was able to run her father's magazine — not to mention expand it both as a video and online brand — and still prove to be the consummate liberated woman. This article, in the New York Times, is a slight but insightful profile as to how one woman stepped out from behind the shadow cast by her father.
Now here's the big question: now that she's retired, what will happen to the Hefner empire?
My guess is a brand buy-out.
Good management starts from the top and works its way down — but unfortunately for him, Hugh likes to stay horizontal.
Your comments welcomed…
Sometimes bunnies aren't so funny,
Secret Lives of Husbands and Wives
from Simon & Schuster/Downtown Press,