NYC's Richest Celebrities Of The 1980's | CNBC Prime

Birt 25 nóv 2020
New York in the ‘80s was a melting pot for money and power. Tina Brown, former editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair, talks about the rise of celebrity culture in New York, “Once CEO’s realized they could be on the covers of magazines, they wanted them.” Catch the web exclusive and don’t miss the series premiere Sunday, November 29 at 10P ET on CNBC.
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NYC's Richest Celebrities Of The 1980's | CNBC Prime


  • Trumps eyebrows are awesome !!!!

  • 1980's business-magnates created a toxic-wind? Lol. All of the 19th century Robber-Barons are breathing a figurative sigh of relief from six-feet under.

  • The Don A Domesticated Wolf In the Best of Ways

  • I dislike how the elites always refer to President Reagan as a former actor. He was so much more than that. President Reagan was always a leader: President of SAG, conservative speaker on GE Theater broadcasts, two term Governor of California and to cap it off, the Greatest President of the 20th Century (sorry FDR, but his economic policies were better and he won the Cold War without a hot engagement with the USSR).

    • Reagan is worse than Trump. The damage he did, endures to this day.

    • Then he broke the Unions

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