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Kellyanne Conway Menanggapi Meryl Streep Golden Globes Kritik Donald Trump Video Sebagai manajer kampanye, Conway memimpin Trump ke Gedung Putih, yang tampaknya merupakan hasil yang menakjubkan bagi media arus utama yang dikemudian oleh polling dan komunitas hiburan, dan sekarang menjadi penasihat senior presiden-electrsquos Dan pengganti media utama, setelah memutuskan untuk memindahkan keluarganya dari New Jersey ke Washington, DC Sementara Trump mdash mantan Demokrat dan independen yang mencalonkan diri menjadi presiden sebagai mdash Republik yang dicampur secara teratur dengan selebriti selama karir visibilitasnya yang tinggi, saat itulah, dan Ini sekarang, dan banyak di panggung dan industri layar nampaknya masih mengalami kesulitan untuk mencengkeram hasil akhir pemilihan 2016. Meryl Streep, pemenang Academy Award tiga kali dan pemenang Golden Globe ganda, berada di atas panggung untuk Menerima penghargaan prestasi seumur hidup untuk karir aktingnya yang dikenal sebagai Cecil B. DeMille Award saat dia mulai membawa Trump ke tugas, termasuk karena dia diduga mengejek Seorang jurnalis cacat saat salah satu demonstrasi kampanye gaya bebasnya. Di Twitter pagi ini, Trump membantah tuduhan tersebut dan menggambarkan Streep sebagai kolumnis Hillary Clinton yang terlalu tinggi. Setuju atau tidak setuju dengan salah satu kepala sekolah, kontroversi tersebut memberi banyak desas-desus ke Golden Globes, yang bersamaan dengan pertunjukan penghargaan self-congratulation lainnya, telah kehilangan penayangan TV secara signifikan selama beberapa tahun terakhir. Dalam sebuah persidangan ramah di Fox amp Friends pagi ini di mana dia ditanyai tentang pidato Streep, Kellyanne Conway merujuk pada para tersangka kejahatan kebencian Chicago yang juga menghadapi tuduhan termasuk penculikan, RealClearPolitics melaporkan. Reaksi pertama saya adalah Irsquom senang bahwa Meryl Streep sangat menyukai orang cacat karena saya tidak mendengarnya menimbang, atau saya bahkan tidak pernah mendengarnya menggunakan gelangnya nightshellipto terakhir untuk memberikan ucapan teriakan kepada anak laki-laki yang mengalami cacat mental yang minggu lalu Disiksa di Facebook selama setengah jam, oleh empat orang dewasa muda Afrika-Amerika yang sedang meneriakkan kata-kata kasar dan anti-Trump dan memaksanya untuk memasukkan kepalanya ke air toilet. Jadi Irsquod suka mendengar kabar darinya hari ini, jika dia ingin datang dan melanjutkan pertarungannya atas nama orang cacat. Dan Donald Trump benar sekali. Dia telah berkali-kali membangkangnya. Dia terdengar seperti 2014. Pemilu sudah berakhir. Dia kehilanganhelliprdquo Menonton klip di bawah ini dan menarik kesimpulan Anda sendiri. Kellyanne Conway, yang menonton sepak bola NFL bukan Golden Globes saat nyanyian Streeprsquos dilipat secara real time, bersikeras bahwa hal itu akan lebih baik, sambil mengakui bahwa kandidat pilihannya hilang, karena Meryl Streep mengeluarkan seruan untuk persatuan di belakang presiden baru tersebut. Daripada memanggilnya keluar atau datang seperti pecundang yang sakit. Saya pikir di mana ada rasa kasihan diri sendiri, kesadaran diri yang jauh lebih banyak akan membuat pesona Hollywood. Berbicara tentang bagaimana Hollywood malang yang malang itu, dengan gaun jutaan dolar mereka. Dapatkah saya meminjam beberapa dari mereka untuk alamat perdana yang dia canda. Sebagai gantinya, Streep menghasut orang-orang yang tidak tahu apa-apa lagi daripada mencoba mencari kesamaan dengan pemerintahan baru, Conway mengklaim. Dalam sebuah bolak-balik dengan Jake Tapper di CNN kemarin tentang pertarungan Rusia yang sedang berlangsung selama kampanye pemilihan menurut agen intel AS yang telah mengkonsumsi banyak media dan oksigen politik menuju persidangan konstitusi Senat AS minggu ini untuk calon kabinet Trump, Conway memiliki ini untuk mengatakan. Dengan segala hormat kepada Hillary Clinton, kami tidak membutuhkan WikiLeaks untuk meyakinkan orang-orang Amerika bahwa mereka tidak menyukainya, tidak percaya, tidak menemukannya untuk jujur. Dia melakukan semua itu sendiri. Dia memulai pesta ini dengan mendirikan serverhelliprdquo ilegal Kellyanne Conway: Kami tidak membutuhkan WikiLeaks untuk meyakinkan orang-orang Amerika bahwa mereka tidak menyukai Clinton CNNSOTU t.co82245mmj16 Mengenai subjek selebriti yang memberikan opini politik mereka, frontman KISS Gene Simmons baru-baru ini bertanya-tanya ldquoWhy does Siapa pun memberi jongkok apa yang dipikirkan oleh seorang pria di band atau semacamnya seperti itu dan sebelumnya mengatakan bahwa rekan-rekan industri hiburannya harus melampiaskan holdoquo pie mereka daripada mengeluh tentang kemenangan Trump. Serco, yang menyediakan layanan transportasi, kesehatan, keadilan, pertahanan dan keamanan di departemen publik dan mendapat setengah dari pendapatannya dari Inggris, meninggalkan prospek 2017-nya tidak berubah dibandingkan dengan pembaruan yang diberikan pada bulan Desember. Sektor outsourcing Britains telah terpukul dalam beberapa bulan terakhir oleh ketidakpastian yang diciptakan oleh suara negara untuk meninggalkan Uni Eropa, yang menyebabkan penundaan. WALTHAM, Mass. Repligen Corp. pada hari Rabu melaporkan pendapatan kuartal keempat sebesar 5 juta. Repligen mengharapkan pendapatan setahun penuh di kisaran 54 sen menjadi 59 sen per saham, dengan pendapatan di kisaran 121 juta sampai 126 juta. Saham yang mengalami penurunan telah turun 1 persen sejak awal tahun. LONDON, 22 Februari - Euro turun di bawah 1,05 untuk pertama kalinya dalam enam minggu pada hari Rabu, dilanda kombinasi kekhawatiran atas kampanye pemilihan presiden Frances dan ekspektasi kenaikan suku bunga A.S.. Sejauh ini, kekhawatiran bahwa kandidat anti-Uni Eropa Marine Le Pen bisa menang pada bulan Mei dan memberikan pukulan fatal bagi proyek euro telah bermain terutama di lapangan. HUNT VALLEY, Md Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. pada hari Rabu melaporkan laba kuartal keempat sebesar 120,9 juta. Perkiraan rata-rata tiga analis yang disurvei oleh Zacks Investment Research adalah untuk pendapatan 1,36 per saham. Tiga analis yang disurvei oleh Zacks memperkirakan 802,3 juta. NORWELL, Mass Clean Harbors Inc. pada hari Rabu melaporkan kerugian kuartal keempat sebesar 12,7 juta, setelah melaporkan laba pada periode yang sama tahun sebelumnya. Estimasi rata-rata empat analis yang disurvei oleh Zacks Investment Research adalah untuk pendapatan 3 sen per saham. Saham Clean Harbour telah meningkat sekitar 2 persen sejak awal tahun. LONDON, 22 Februari - Produsen mobil Prancis Peugeot, yang sedang menjajaki pengambilalihan operasi General Motors Eropa, mengakui kontribusi kedua pabrik Vauxhall Inggris pada merek mobil tersebut, kata menteri bisnis Inggris Greg Clark pada hari Rabu. Ada sebuah pengakuan, yang saya tekankan, tentang kontribusi terhadap kinerja Vauxhall, dari keduanya. BUENOS AIRES, 22 Februari - Argentina akan mengumumkan target defisit fiskal 2018 sebesar 3,2 persen dari produk domestik bruto, turun dari 4,2 persen yang diperkirakan tahun ini, surat kabar Cronista melaporkan pada hari Rabu. Menteri Keuangan Nicolas Dujovne akan memberikan sebuah konferensi pers untuk mengumumkan target fiskal 2018 dan 2019 pada siang hari dan juga diperkirakan akan diumumkan. LONDON, 22 Februari - Produsen mobil Prancis Peugeot, yang sedang menjajaki pengambilalihan operasi General Motors Eropa, mengakui kontribusi kedua pabrik Vauxhall Inggris pada merek mobil tersebut, kata menteri bisnis Inggris Greg Clark pada hari Rabu. Ada sebuah pengakuan, yang saya tekankan, tentang kontribusi terhadap kinerja Vauxhall, dari keduanya. BETHESDA, Md. DiamondRock Hospitality Co. pada hari Rabu melaporkan ukuran kunci profitabilitas pada kuartal keempat. Perkiraan rata-rata 10 analis yang disurvei oleh Zacks Investment Research adalah untuk dana dari operasi 23 sen per saham. Tujuh analis yang disurvei oleh Zacks memperkirakan 212,3 juta. LAKE ZURICH, Ill. Acco Brands Corp. pada hari Rabu melaporkan pendapatan kuartal keempat sebesar 6,1 juta. Perkiraan rata-rata tiga analis yang disurvei oleh Zacks Investment Research adalah untuk pendapatan 30 sen per saham. Empat analis yang disurvei oleh Zacks memperkirakan 430,9 juta. LONDON BOSTON, 21 Februari - Optimisme pasar saham tentang AS Tingkat shorts - taruhan bahwa sebuah saham akan jatuh - dibawa keluar terhadap Dow Jones Industrial Average melonjak 13 persen dalam 30 hari sampai 20 Februari, sementara shorts melawan Europes STOXX 600 Naik 18 persen dibandingkan periode yang sama, data dari FIS Astec Analytics menunjukkan. Tapi manajer hedge fund seperti Seth Klarman, siapa saja. LONDON BOSTON, 21 Februari - Optimisme pasar saham tentang AS Tingkat shorts - taruhan bahwa sebuah saham akan jatuh - dibawa keluar terhadap Dow Jones Industrial Average melonjak 13 persen dalam 30 hari sampai 20 Februari, sementara shorts melawan Europes STOXX 600 Naik 18 persen dibandingkan periode yang sama, data dari FIS Astec Analytics menunjukkan. Tapi manajer hedge fund seperti Seth Klarman, siapa saja. LONDON BOSTON, 21 Februari - Optimisme pasar saham tentang AS Tingkat shorts - taruhan bahwa sebuah saham akan jatuh - dibawa keluar terhadap Dow Jones Industrial Average melonjak 13 persen dalam 30 hari sampai 20 Februari, sementara shorts melawan Europes STOXX 600 Naik 18 persen dibandingkan periode yang sama, data dari FIS Astec Analytics menunjukkan. Tapi manajer hedge fund seperti Seth Klarman, siapa saja. LONDON BOSTON, 21 Februari - Optimisme pasar saham tentang AS Tingkat shorts - taruhan bahwa sebuah saham akan jatuh - dibawa keluar terhadap Dow Jones Industrial Average melonjak 13 persen dalam 30 hari sampai 20 Februari, sementara shorts melawan Europes STOXX 600 Naik 18 persen dibandingkan periode yang sama, data dari FIS Astec Analytics menunjukkan. Tapi manajer hedge fund seperti Seth Klarman, siapa saja. DALLAS ClubCorp Holdings Inc. pada hari Rabu melaporkan laba bersih kuartal keempat sebesar 5,2 juta, setelah melaporkan kerugian pada periode yang sama tahun sebelumnya. Perkiraan rata-rata enam analis yang disurvei oleh Zacks Investment Research adalah untuk pendapatan sebesar 15 sen per saham. ClubCorp mengharapkan pendapatan setahun penuh di kisaran 1,1 miliar menjadi 1,14 miliar. LONDON, 22 Februari - Menteri bisnis Britains mengatakan pada hari Rabu bahwa dia akan menetapkan proposal mengenai pendirian pemerintah mengenai pengambilalihan perusahaan Inggris yang mungkin dilakukan di luar negeri, terutama di daerah yang sangat penting seperti tenaga nuklir, dalam beberapa minggu mendatang. Perusahaan Anglo-Belanda Unilever menolak tawaran 143 miliar dari saingannya Kraft Heinz A.S. minggu lalu dan Perdana Menteri. LONDON Ekonomi Britains tumbuh kurang cepat dari perkiraan semula pada 2016, kehilangan mantel sebagai pertumbuhan tercepat di antara Kelompok Tujuh ekonomi terbesar dunia. Kantor Statistik Nasional mengatakan pertumbuhan direvisi turun menjadi 1,8 persen dari 2 persen yang diperkirakan semula. Chris Williamson dari firma riset keuangan IHS. JERUSALEM Mobileye NV pada hari Rabu melaporkan pendapatan kuartal keempat sebesar 32,6 juta. Perkiraan rata-rata 11 analis yang disurvei oleh Zacks Investment Research adalah untuk pendapatan 20 sen per saham. Saham Mobileye telah meningkat 21 persen sejak awal tahun. BISMARCK, N.D. Terbaru mengenai rencana untuk menutup sebuah perkemahan demonstrasi di dekat lokasi pembangunan pipa Akses Dakota di North Dakota. Pihak berwenang di North Dakota menawarkan bantuan dan layanan kepada pemogokan pipa Dakota Access saat mereka menutup perkemahan lama di dekat reservasi Standing Rock Sioux. Korps Insinyur Angkatan Darat berencana untuk menutup a. The Fed akan merilis notulen pertemuan pada tanggal 31 Januari - 1 Februari pukul 14:00. ET, yang bisa memberi petunjuk apakah bank sentral akan menaikkan suku bunga di bulan Maret. Pembuat kebijakan, termasuk Ketua Fed Janet Yellen, telah memicu kemungkinan kenaikan suku bunga lebih cepat dari kemudian. Juga pada pemikiran para investor, bagaimana Fed melihat ketidakpastian mengenai kebijakan ekonomi di bawah. Stewart Stewart Titik balik besar dan besar adalah ketika saya menulis buku pertama saya. Orang Amerika memandang Anda dengan sangat berbeda, sangat menghargai Anda saat Anda menulis buku. Kata yang tercetak itu berarti tidak masalah jika bagus, Anda telah menjadi ahli dalam sudut pandang setiap orang. Menemukan Hal yang Baik Sehari-hari Tanggal Lahir 3 Agustus 1941 Citra Martha Stewartrsquos sebagai personifikasi kehidupan yang ramah dapat menyebabkan beberapa orang membayangkan bahwa dia tumbuh dalam bentuk kemewahan pedesaan yang digambarkan dalam buku dan majalahnya. Sebenarnya, dia lahir di Jersey City, New Jersey, lokasi yang dikenal lebih untuk industri berat daripada daya tarik pedesaan. Orang tuanya, Martha dan Edward Kostyra, masing-masing adalah seorang guru sekolah dan penjual obat-obatan. Ketika Martha berumur tiga tahun, keluarga tersebut pindah ke Nutley, New Jersey, di mana dia dibesarkan dengan empat saudara laki-laki dan perempuan di sebuah keluarga Polandia-Amerika yang dekat yang dirumuskan oleh ambisi kuat ayahnya untuk anak-anaknya. Edward Kostyra mengajari putrinya berkebun saat ia baru berusia tiga tahun mengajari ibunya memasak dan menjahit kakek dan neneknya mengajarinya untuk mempertahankannya, dan dia belajar membuat kue dan kue dari sepasang tukang roti pensiun yang tinggal di sebelahnya. Dengan semua catatan, Martha Kostyra adalah anak yang pekerja keras dan serius. Seorang siswa straight-A, dia memenangkan sebagian beasiswa ke Barnard College di New York City dan bekerja sebagai model untuk membantu membayar biaya. Dia memulai karir perguruan tinggi yang berniat untuk belajar kimia, namun kemudian beralih ke seni, sejarah Eropa dan sejarah arsitektural. Baru setelah tahun kedua, dia menikahi Andrew Stewart, seorang mahasiswa hukum. Dia mengambil cuti setahun dari Barnard setelah pernikahan mereka pada tahun 1961 namun kembali lulus dengan jurusan ganda dalam sejarah dan sejarah arsitektur. Setelah lulus, ia melanjutkan karir modeling yang sukses, muncul di iklan cetak dan televisi untuk sabun Breck, Clairol, Lifebuoy dan rokok Tareyton sampai putrinya, Alexis, lahir pada tahun 1965. Pada usia 15 tahun, Martha Kostyra (Martha Stewart) adalah Ditampilkan dalam iklan televisi untuk Unilever. Dia kemudian tampil di iklan televisi dan berbagai majalah. Selama tahun-tahun kuliahnya, Martha melengkapi uang beasiswa Barnard-nya melalui pekerjaan ldquhei pada jam 50 mdash jam yang menghasilkan banyak uang pada waktu itu.rdquo Pada tahun 1967, Martha Stewart memulai karir keduanya sebagai pialang saham, profesi ayah mertuanya . Sementara itu, Andrew Stewart mendirikan sebuah penerbit dan menjabat sebagai chief executive beberapa orang lainnya. Ketika resesi melanda Wall Street pada tahun 1973, Stewart meninggalkan broker. Dia dan suaminya pindah ke Westport, Connecticut, di mana mereka melakukan renovasi penuh rumah pertanian 1805 di Turkey Hill Road, sebuah lokasi yang sangat akrab bagi pemirsa program televisi kemudian. Pada tahun 1976, dia memulai bisnis katering, yang dia lari dari ruang bawah tanah rumahnya. Dia mendapatkan pengalaman bisnis tambahan mengelola toko makanan gourmet di Westport, Keranjang Pasar, yang dipandunya menuju kesuksesan. Bisnis kateringnya juga makmur. Hanya dalam sepuluh tahun bisnis bawah tanahnya telah menjadi perusahaan bernilai 1 juta. 1961: Martha Kostyra (Martha Stewart) dari Barnard College di New York City, salah satu dari sepuluh peselancar Glamour sepuluh gadis berpakaian terbaik, mengenakan mantel wol dengan tombol pencocokan kepang oleh Finger, Rabiner amp Jontow, syal oleh Liberty, tas buaya oleh Lucille , Sarung tangan dengan Wear Right, dan pompa oleh Deb. (Frank HorvatCondeacute Nast via Getty Images) Penerbit katering untuk pesta di New York City membawa kontaknya yang berharga dan menghasilkan sebuah kesepakatan buku. Pada tahun 1982 bukunya yang pertama, Martha Stewartrsquos Entertaining. Muncul Bersama dengan Elizabeth Hawes, volume yang diilustrasikan dengan mewah menjadi buku masak terlaris sejak Julia Childrsquos Menguasai Seni Memasak Prancis. 20 tahun sebelumnya. Lebih banyak buku yang diikuti, di hors drsquooeuvres, pies, pernikahan, natal, berkebun dan memulihkan rumah-rumah tua. Selain bukunya, Stewart menjabat sebagai editor dan kolumnis untuk majalah House Beautiful dan kemudian sebagai penyumbang editor Family Circle. Sementara karirnya berhasil, kehidupan keluarganya berubah, dan pada tahun 1989, Martha dan Andrew Stewart bercerai. Pada tanggal 13 Desember 1982, buku pertama Martharsquos, Entertaining. sudah diterbitkan. Martha menjalankan perusahaan katering yang berkembang di Connecticut dan memutuskan bahwa dia ingin menyimpan semua kenangan dan resep yang dia ciptakan untuk acara yang dia layani, jadi dia menulis sebuah buku untuk membagikannya kepada orang-orang yang menginginkan gagasan untuk pesta mereka sendiri. Pada tahun 1990, ia memulai majalah sendiri, Martha Stewart Living. Melayani sebagai pemimpin redaksi. Publikasi ini sukses segera. Penampilan pada program televisi Oprah Winfrey dan Larry King menghasilkan tempat mingguan reguler di CBS Early Show dan serangkaian spesial liburan di jaringan. Pada tahun 1993, dia memulai debut program televisi setengah jam mingguan, yang juga disebut Martha Stewart Living. Setengah jam seminggu sekali tidak cukup bagi pendengarnya yang terus bertambah, dan program tersebut akhirnya diperluas ke siaran sehari penuh, dengan episode setengah jam pada akhir pekan. Edisi 2009 majalah Martha Stewart Living. Pada tahun 1990, Martha Stewart menandatangani kontrak dengan Time Publishing Ventures untuk mengembangkan majalah gaya hidup baru, Martha Stewart Living. Yang Stewart akan berfungsi sebagai pemimpin redaksi. Penampilan televisi Martha Stewartrsquos telah membuatnya bukan hanya nama rumah tangga, tapi juga industri satu wanita. Majalah kedua, Martha Stewart Weddings. Mulai muncul secara teratur pada tahun 1993. Barang dagangan Stewartrsquos dan operasi perizinan juga berkembang dia menandatangani kontrak periklanan dan konsultasi dengan pengecer Kmart untuk 5 juta yang dilaporkan. Pada tahun 1997, dia membeli semua penerbitan, penyiaran, barang dagangan dan perusahaan perizinan yang membawa namanya dan mengkonsolidasikannya ke perusahaan baru, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (MSLO). Ketika MSLO go public pada tahun 1999, harga sahamnya lebih dari dua kali lipat pada hari pertama perdagangan. Martha Stewart mempertahankan sebagian besar sahamnya di perusahaannya, saat menjabat sebagai ketua, presiden dan CEO. Pada tahun 2001, Ladies Home Journal menamainya wanita ketiga yang paling kuat di Amerika. Pada tahun 2002, majalah Martha Stewart Living menjual lebih dari dua juta kopi per edisi, dan program televisi sindikatnya terlihat oleh jutaan orang di seluruh dunia. Pada bulan Juni tahun itu, dia menerima undangan untuk bergabung dengan dewan direksi Bursa Efek New York, namun mengundurkan diri dari jabatannya hanya empat bulan kemudian, ketika Komisi Sekuritas dan Bursa Efek AS menuduhnya telah melanggar peraturan perdagangan orang dalam. Tuduhan tersebut menyebabkan penyelidikan panjang oleh Departemen Kehakiman. Harga saham MSLOrsquos turun, program televisi Stewartrsquos dibatalkan, dan saat kerugian perusahaan turun, banyak yang meragukannya dapat pulih kembali. Meskipun Martha Stewart mempertahankan kepolosannya atas semua tuduhan, dia dibawa ke pengadilan pada bulan-bulan pertama tahun 2004. Pengadilan tersebut menolak tuduhan asli perdagangan orang dalam dimana tuntutan lainnya diajukan, namun pada bulan Maret, dewan juri merasa bersalah karena menyesatkan federal Penyidik ​​dan menghalangi penyelidikan. Pialang saham dan CEO perusahaan yang terlibat juga terbukti bersalah. Pengadilan memerintahkan Stewart untuk membayar denda 30.000 dan menjalani hukuman penjara lima bulan. Meskipun awalnya dia merencanakan untuk mengajukan banding atas keyakinannya, dia akhirnya memutuskan untuk menerima hukuman tersebut daripada mengajukan sebuah proses banding yang dapat berlangsung selama bertahun-tahun. Dia dikurung dari Oktober 2004 sampai Maret 2005. Penahanannya diikuti oleh dua tahun pembebasan diawasi, termasuk pemantauan elektronik selama lima bulan. Anggota Dewan Penghargaan Martha Stewart menyajikan Penghargaan Golden Plate Academy of Achievementrsquos untuk Peter Georgescu, ketua Young amp Rubicam, selama program ldquoSalute 1997 sampai Excellencerdquo di Baltimore, MD. Setelah dibebaskan, Stewart segera membangun kembali bisnisnya. Dia memulai sebuah program televisi harian baru, The Martha Stewart Show. Serta acara panggilan mingguan di jaringan radio satelit Sirius. Dalam buku baru, The Martha Rules. Dia berbagi strategi untuk memulai dan mengelola bisnis baru. Lebih banyak buku baru diikuti, termasuk The Martha Stewart Baking Handbook and Homekeeping Handbook. Dia tampil biasa di The Today Show. Sementara programnya sendiri dinominasikan untuk enam hari Emmy Awards. Dalam setahun setelah pembebasannya, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia kembali ke profitabilitas. Setelah memenuhi semua persyaratan dalam kesepakatan pembelaannya, Martha Stewart bergabung kembali dengan dewan Martha Stewart Omnimedia pada tahun 2011, dan tahun berikutnya melanjutkan perannya sebagai ketua. Saat ini MSLO beroperasi di empat bidang utama: penerbitan, internet, penyiaran dan merchandising, yang semuanya mempromosikan konten dan produk secara lintas. Evan Lobel dan Martha Stewart terlihat dalam foto ini dari produksi Sekolah Memasak Martharsquos di New York pada tanggal 16 Mei 2012. Serial TV baru, yang mengudara di PBS, rumah-rumah ldquogives memasak kelas master kuliner dengan Martha sendiri, menurut PBS. Dia akan menunjukkan teknik dan dasar memasak klasik. Dengan menggunakan proses langkah demi langkah, bagaimana caranya mengajar, Martha mengilustrasikan dasar-dasar memasak yang harus diketahui setiap orang. Di samping perpustakaan judul buku yang terus berkembang, lengan penerbitan menerbitkan majalah Martha Stewart Living. Pernikahan Makanan Sehari-hari dan Hidup Utuh. Serta isu-isu khusus tentang tema keluarga dan liburan. MSLOrsquos kehadiran internet, marthastewart. Menampilkan konten dari program televisi dan radio Martharsquos, serta konten majalah, sementara majalah Whole Living and Weddings memiliki situs web mereka sendiri. 5 Maret 2013: Martha Stewart tiba di pengadilan di New York. Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. menandatangani kesepakatan untuk diakuisisi oleh Sequential Brands Group Inc. dalam kesepakatan tunai dan saham senilai sekitar 353 juta. Martha Stewart telah memperluas lini produknya, menciptakan lini produk untuk Home Depot, Sears, Macyrsquos dan Walmart, merek anggur Martha Stewart dan sederet makanan segar dan beku. MSLO bahkan telah berkembang menjadi rumah konstruksi, bangunan dan penjualan rumah yang dimodelkan setelah rumah Stewartrsquos di New York dan Maine. Lengan penyiaran telah menghasilkan program PBS Everyday Food dan program radio Martha Stewart Living. Pada tahun 2010, MSLO mengumumkan bahwa sindikasi Martha Stewart Show. Direkam di depan penonton televisi, pindah ke Saluran Hallmark sebagai Martha selama dua musim, sementara dia memperkenalkan Martha Bakes di Saluran Hallmark, dan Sekolah Memasak Martha Stewartrsquos di PBS. Pada musim gugur 2016, dia meluncurkan usaha penyiaran baru, Martha and Snooprsquos Potluck Dinner Party. Co-host oleh Martha Stewart dan rapper Snoop Dogg, ditayangkan di saluran kabel VH1. 14 Juni 2016: Sequential Brands Group, Inc. dan Marley Spoon, Inc. hari ini mengumumkan peluncuran Martha amp Marley Spoon, sebuah layanan pengiriman makanan yang menampilkan resep pemenang penghargaan Martha Stewartrsquos dan teknik memasak yang cerdas. Disampaikan dan dirancang dengan memasak pagi hari yang sederhana, Martha amp Marley Spoon menyediakan resep lezat dan bahan musiman pra-porsi yang mencerminkan cinta Martharsquos untuk masakan rumah yang bergizi dan kreatif. Sequential Brands Group mengakuisisi Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia dengan harga sekitar 300 juta. Selama bertahun-tahun, Martha Stewart telah menunjukkan kesabaran dan humor yang baik dalam menghadapi kritik dan sindiran yang merupakan tak terelakkan banyak tokoh masyarakat di media massa. Stoisisme yang tenang yang ditunjukkannya melalui pengadilan dan pemenjaraannya mdash dan ketekunan yang dengannya dia membangun kembali kerajaan bisnisnya mdash telah memenangkan kekaguman banyak orang yang tidak pernah membeli buku-bukunya atau menyaksikan program televisinya. Sementara perusahaan yang didirikannya terus berkembang, Martha Stewart memiliki pengaruh lebih besar tentang bagaimana orang Amerika makan, menghibur, dan menghias rumah dan kebun mereka daripada orang lain dalam sejarah kita. Tanggal Lahir 3 Agustus 1941 8220Saya telah menetapkan standar, dan saya akan mematuhi standar ini. Saya mungkin bisa tumbuh lebih cepat dan mungkin bisnis saya bisa saja lebih besar, tapi karena saya benar-benar merasa sangat serius dengan subjek saya, saya sangat ingin menjadi tangan.819 Sangat sulit bagi sebagian besar dari kita untuk membayangkan bagaimana Martha Stewart8217s Bisnis bisa tumbuh lebih besar atau lebih cepat, tapi khas dia bisa membayangkannya sendiri. Dia telah menikmati karir yang sukses sebagai model mode dan pialang saham sebelum memulai bisnis katering pertamanya di tahun 1976. Dalam beberapa tahun, sebuah usaha yang dia mulai di dapur bawah tanahnya telah menjadi industri bernilai jutaan dolar. Visinya tentang hidup sederhana namun elegan telah menjangkau publik melalui puluhan buku laris yang diilustrasikan dengan sangat mewah, melalui video instruksional dan spesial televisi, majalah gaya hidupnya sendiri, peralatan rumah tangga bermerek, dan program televisi harian. Dia telah dirayakan sebagai otoritas gaya hidup utama Home8221 dan Amerika8217. Dia telah menghadapi lebih dari sekadar tantangannya sebagai orang publik, dan sebagai pemimpin perusahaan, namun dia tetap menjaga humor baiknya melalui krisis dan kontroversi, dan ini bisa menjadi pencapaian yang paling luar biasa. Anda melewati sejumlah transisi karir. Anda membangun bisnis katering yang sukses di tahun 1970an dan kemudian menjadi penulis yang sukses. Kapan metamorfosis itu muncul tentang Martha Stewart: Itu terjadi sekitar tahun 1979 ketika saya menyadari bahwa pekerjaan yang saya lakukan, yang asli dan kreatif, persiapan makanan, penyajian makanan, pembangunan bisnis dari ruang bawah tanah, itu Baru pada saat wanita akhirnya berpikir, oh, sebaiknya kita kembali bekerja. Saya setuju. Saya setuju bahwa kita bisa tapi saya setuju dan saya pikir mungkin kita bisa melakukannya dari rumah. Saya harus melawan peraturan dan peraturan kota. Saya harus meyakinkan departemen kesehatan bahwa saya bisa memasak dari rumah saya. Saya harus melawan masalah tetangga yang sangat sulit. Namun, saya agak membuka jalan bagi banyak wanita untuk kembali bekerja. Dan itu sangat menarik. Saya bisa melakukannya dengan sangat berbeda. Saya bisa saja meninggalkan rumah saya dan pergi ke dapur katering di suatu tempat dan menghabiskan seluruh hari saya di sana, 12, 15, 20 jam sehari di tempat lain, tetapi karena saya tinggal di rumah, karena saya masih keluar dan mengambil sayuran dari kebun saya. , Dan mengumpulkan telur dari ayam saya, dan menggunakan semua itu dan mawar berbunga dan bunga lili dan segala sesuatu dari kebun saya, saya menciptakan gaya yang tidak dapat saya lakukan jika saya tidak tertarik secara organik terhadap apa yang sedang terjadi di sekitar saya. Dan itulah yang memberi saya keunggulan saya dan memberi saya kesempatan untuk menyadari bahwa apa yang saya lakukan adalah seni. Itu adalah semacam seni yang bisa saya buat dari sebuah buku, dan saya menulis buku tengara itu. Pada tanggal 13 Desember 1982, buku pertama Martharsquos, Entertaining. sudah diterbitkan. Martha menjalankan perusahaan katering yang berkembang di Connecticut, dan memutuskan bahwa dia ingin menyimpan semua kenangan dan resep yang dia ciptakan untuk acara yang dia lakukan, jadi dia menulis sebuah buku untuk membagikannya kepada orang-orang yang menginginkan gagasan untuk pesta mereka sendiri. Bagaimana Anda berhasil menerbitkannya. Penerbitnya, Alan Merkin, yang adalah kepala Clarks and Potter, Crown Books, dia pernah mengadakan pesta untuknya. Saya melayani pesta besar dan besar dan dia begitu terpesona sehingga dia bertanya apakah saya akan melakukan sebuah buku. Jadi saya melakukan buku itu dan entah bagaimana mereka menyadari bahwa ini akan menjadi buku yang tidak biasa dan mereka pada awalnya menginginkannya berkulit hitam dan putih. Kataku, 8220Oh, buku makanan seperti ini tidak bisa berwarna hitam dan putih. Buku gaya hidup harus berwarna. Anda harus menunjukkan keindahan kepada orang-orang, dan saya mempelajarinya dari pengalaman penerbitan suami saya. Anda tidak bisa menunjukkan lukisan, Monet, hitam putih. Anda semacam kehilangan sesuatu jika Anda melakukannya. Anda tidak bisa menampilkan pemandangan sayuran dan buah-buahan dalam warna hitam dan putih. Biaya itu jauh lebih mahal dan saya tahu itu. Saya tahu itu lagi dari produksi buku-buku seni. Saya juga tahu bahwa penerbitan maksud saya, mereka akan mulai menerbitkan percetakan 20.000 eksemplar, yang banyak merupakan salinannya pada masa itu. Saya pikir saya berkata, "Saya, Astaga. Saya tahu 20.000 orang akan membeli buku ini. Saya pikir Anda lebih baik mencetak lebih banyak.8221 Mereka melakukannya. Mereka mencetak 35.000 eksemplar. Ini segera habis terjual. Mereka harus kembali menekan. Buku itu adalah 35 buku. Itu mahal pada masa itu juga. Namun, ini adalah kejadian seketika, suatu pengalaman memuaskan sesaat bagi saya dan saya menjadi ahli semalam. Dan begitulah yang dilakukan sebuah buku. Maksud saya saat Anda mendengar semua penulis di luar, buku pertama itu yang membuat Anda ahli bahkan jika itu berhasil. Kunci Sukses mdash Integritas Anda harus hidup sesuai dengan reputasi yang prima. Tentu saja saya menulis nonfiksi sehingga saya memiliki tanggung jawab serius untuk memastikan resepnya berhasil, bahwa gagasan itu asli, bahwa ilhamnya ada di sana, bahwa fotografi itu indah, bahwa produksi buku itu sendiri indah. Yah, sedikit yang saya tahu saya membuat sebuah merek dan itu telah datang kemudian. Saya tidak menyadari tentang branding sampai lama kemudian, walaupun saya memiliki kecenderungan alami untuk menciptakan sebuah merek. Dan itu tidak sering terjadi. Saya telah diberitahu bahwa oleh banyak eksekutif periklanan, oleh banyak tipe Madison Avenue bahwa apa yang saya lakukan benar-benar membuat sebuah merek, mengembangkannya, merawatnya, membangunnya, melindunginya. Evolusi merek Anda, tidak sengaja, tapi hanya dengan semangat dari apa yang Anda lakukan, mungkin dikatakan sebagai periode metamorfosis berikutnya. Aku bisa menulis. Saya sangat produktif. Saya bisa menulis buku setahun. Untuk keuntungan besar, saya bisa mendapatkannya di daftar buku terlaris. Penerbit saya sangat senang. Dan saya terus menulis, menulis, menulis, menulis. Bekerja begitu keras pada buku-buku ini tapi memiliki waktu terbaik. Dan secara bertahap menjadi sangat terkenal di negara ini dan sekali lagi apa yang semua orang katakan, Anda tahu, dia adalah promotor mandiri, tapi bukan tentang promosi diri. Ini tentang mengisi void. Setiap kali saya menulis buku itu untuk mengisi kekosongan yang harus diisi oleh teman saya dan teman-teman saya. Jadi ketika saya menulis sebuah buku tentang hors d8217oeuvres itu karena tidak ada buku bagus tentang hors d8217oeuvres. Maksudku, ini bukan promosi diri untuk menulis buku tentang horser, tapi aku pergi ke jalan dan aku mengajar. Saya melakukan penggalangan dana yang fantastis untuk jumlah kegiatan amal dan kelompok seperti klub wanita muda, liga junior, di mana-mana. Dan saya menyimpan perpustakaan buku itu benar-benar hidup untuk saya dan penerbit saya. Jadi sepuluh tahun setelah saya mengetribusikannya. Saya menjual lebih banyak salinan tahun itu dari tahun pertama. Jadi saya terus berjalan dan saya mendapat bola salju. Setiap buku adalah buku laris yang sangat bagus. Perpustakaan masih hidup dan sehat dan saya memiliki 27 buku sekarang. Dan itu dan mereka menjual dengan luar biasa, dan ini mengasyikkan bahwa suara itu ditemukan, merek itu dibangun, informasinya sangat hijau, sangat penting bagi saya untuk tidak pernah menulis apapun yang sangat hijau dan sesuai dengan perpustakaan aset untuk saya dan perusahaan saya. Sekarang itu sangat berharga Pada tahun 1990 saya memulai sebuah majalah. Ini adalah masalah besar karena pada tahun 1990 banyak majalah ditutup. Itu adalah kemerosotan ekonomi. Pendapatan iklan untuk sebagian besar perusahaan mencapai titik nadir. Saya mengemukakan gagasan ini untuk majalah berjudul Living. Yang menggabungkan segala hal yang harus dilakukan tentang hidup, hidup dengan baik, bagaimana caranya. Dan Time Warner menganggap itu ide bagus. Sangat tidak biasa bagi mereka karena pada umumnya mereka tidak benar-benar membeli majalah yang sekarat atau membeli majalah dalam masalah. Mereka telah memulai sebuah majalah bernama People magazine, yang sukses besar. Mereka sama sekali tidak tahu apakah majalah ini akan sukses seperti itu tapi kesuksesannya instan. Dan lagi itu karena kita tidak harus membujuk pengiklan. We were lucky. We had the funding. It wasn8217t a lot of money but we had the funding to allow us to take our time to create magazines that would encourage not only readers but also advertisers that what we were trying to do was really valuable. And it has been a wonderful success because we now have 2.3 million subscribers to that magazine. It has grown consistently for the last ten years. We are ten years old this year (2000). And itrsquos a big deal for us that this magazine has held up. It has won lots of awards. Itrsquos beautifully designed. It only gets better. As I open issue after issue I just feel so good that the information is as good as it was and even better, and thatrsquos what we want. How do you account for your success Martha Stewart: Irsquove tried to figure out why it happens to a person, because I feel that Irsquom the same person that Irsquove always been. I have grown and become probably smarter in my work, and developed and built a business thatrsquos growing, and growing, and growing. But Irsquom basically the same person. My likes are the same. My tastes may have gotten a little better, or a little bit more educated. But still, I always get up and clean out the kitty litter. You know, I make sure everybody is home, all the animals. I go down through the garden and prune, and pick, and do all those things. I keep grounded, and by keeping grounded you can then see very clearly whatrsquos happened to you. The subject matter that I am really spending my time on has become an acceptable subject matter, living, lifestyle, family is now in the forefront of interest in America. And I8217ve just stuck with it8230 I mean, I8217ve been doing this for years, and I never got angry. I never said, you know, listen, I8217m fighting for this subject. It8217s not8230 that wasn8217t my point. My point was to continue working in a subject matter, knowing full well that finally it would be recognized as a viable subject once again. December 6, 2011: Martha Stewart lends her support to help raise funds for individuals with autism and their families. Autism Speaks co-founders Suzanne and Bob Wright, and New York Center for Autism co-founders Laura and Harry Slatkin, honored the iconic fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger for his commitment to increasing the awareness and support of the autism community at A Funny Affair for Autism mdash a star-studded evening of fashion. The big, big turning point was when I wrote my first book. Americans look at you very differently, respect you greatly more when you write a book. The printed word, no matter8230 I mean it doesn8217t even matter if it8217s good, you have become an expert in everyone8217s viewpoint. Or if you become a television star, you know, a talk show host, or something, then you8217re the expert. You may not be, but it8217s the perception. And that I8217ve written 12 books after that book, and they8217ve all been really well received and good books. I mean, I don8217t do anything unless I think it8217s going to be good, I8217m real picky about that. And I have set a standard, and I8217m going to stick to the standard. I may have been able to grow faster and maybe my business could have been bigger, but because I really feel very serious about my subject, I really want to be hands-on. What are the most important characteristics for success Martha Stewart: For me itrsquos a dedication to your real interests. Itrsquos an ability to be open-minded. Without an open-minded mind, you can never be a great success. The great artists have been open-minded, even though they may seem, like Picasso, to be very directed, you can be directed and open-minded at the same time. I think you have to be really intensely serious about your work, but not so serious that you canrsquot see the lightness that may also involve your life. You have to have that lightness too. You have to not be so heavy-handed and so ostentatious. Itrsquos very important not to be. Keys to success mdash Integrity I live in the same house I8217ve lived in for 25 years. I haven8217t gone off and bought mansions, you know, even though my subject is living8230 living in a mansion wouldn8217t do for my readers. I have to keep my credibility alive with my readers, so we8217re in the same place. I just make that place nicer and nicer. And8230 and that8217s a secret. And people don8217t know that. People think, oh, she lives in this fabulous place, it8217s the same old place. It started out like a farm, it got to be a farmette, then it got to be an estatelet. I built a wall, it helped a lot. But it8217s the same place, the same grounded nature. And8230 and as I evolve, I hope my readers evolve, I hope my viewers evolve. And also, I think it8217s very important that8230 that whatever you8217re trying to make or sell, or teach, has to be good8230 basically good. A bad product8230 and you know what, you won8217t be here in ten years. You might be rich, you might be famous, but you8217re not going to be here in ten years. What were you like as a girl, growing up Martha Stewart: I was the girl next door. I was the girl that all parents held up as the example to their daughters. Why can8217t you be like Martha Martha is the good girl. Martha is the good student. Martha helps her mom. Martha is the big sister. Martha knows a lot. She can iron a shirt but she can also write an A paper. So it8217s that kind of thing, which is I remember all of that very clearly. And my interests well, I was a big reader. I still am. I was very curious. I still am. I was interested in many, many, many things and I still am. So much so that you would be interested in such a range of things that you could not tell me, for example, two or three particular passions that you may have had at that point Martha Stewart: Well, reading but reading over a broad number of subjects. Not just novels, not just 8212 Martha Stewart: No, it wasn8217t at all. I devoured any magazine that came into the house. I particularly remember reading the Herald Tribune every day. I remember some of the columnists. I remember reading Life magazine, which was kind of interesting then. I also remember reading Outdoor Life . which was my brother8217s magazine. I read every single page and every single caption of the National Geographic as it arrived. I had first choice. In our family we had six kids. Martha Stewart: Yeah. And you were where in the order Martha Stewart: I was second but I always had first choice because I got to the mailbox first. And so and my parents were really nice. They let me go to the library. That was the one place I was free to go as many times during the week as I chose and I8217d have to walk there or ride my bike there. It wasn8217t convenient but I was allowed to go there at any time. And I was also allowed to read pretty much any time I wanted to read. My lights I had no lights out. In third grade I won the contest at the public library for being able to get a score of a hundred on a reading test. The reading test was based on the numbers of books you read, and the amount that you retained from those books. As a special treat, when you were in the Children8217s Room, you were allowed to go to the next level of the library, which was the Stockton Room, named after Frank Stockton, a famous author who had lived in our town. And then you got into the Stockton Room if you passed a test. I was the first to pass that test at a very young age I was allowed to go into the adult library. We had a lot of chores at our house, a tremendous number of chores, but we were always granted the time to read. And I had a reading chair that I sat in and read in. I also had a favorite tree that I sat in and read in. It sounds a little idyllic, sort of Mark Twainish, but it was true. I would find a quiet place. On Sunday mornings, because we had such chaos around our house, everybody running and getting dressed to go to church and everything, I sat in the car and read. I read everything. I read from A to Z in the Stockton Room. I just started on the As and went all the way through. In the adult library I had to be more choosy because there were so many books. But I would talk to the librarians, I would get suggestions, I would read the book reviews, I would find out what I should be reading. So it was kind of an informal against structured kind of existence. I read everything from all the Europeans, the Russians, the English novelists. I read an awful lot of biographies that were very inspiring. In the children8217s library there were those orange books. I don8217t know if you remember those orange biographies of everybody, everyone from Harriet Beecher Stowe to the presidents. I read every single one. So that was a good experience. Anything you wanted to read Martha Stewart: Anything I wanted to read. I remember reading certain books that at that time were considered dirty or promiscuous or something. One was Burt Lancaster was in the movie and it was a fantastic story. I remember reading the one with Natalie Wood, Marjorie Morningstar . That was taken out of the library for a while after I read it because I expressed an interest in it. I told a lot of my friends about it and they took it out of the library. So it was really the library that was concerned but your parents not Martha Stewart: Oh, no. My parents were not at all concerned about what I read because they thought I had a good head on my shoulders and that I could absorb what I was reading. I remember reading The Scarlet Letter when I was 12 years old and having a very lengthy discussion about adultery with my father who went to great lengths to, you know, examine the subject with me. I mean, it was a really difficult conversation we had over a period of weeks and I wrote a big paper on it. And I remember not getting an A on the paper. I think I got a B or something and I was kind of upset because I was really an expert on adultery at that time for my age. And I think it kind of shocked the teacher. But In our house the teacher was always right. There was no complaining about your teachers because both of my parents were teachers and we did not pick on our teachers. We could say a few little nasty things every now and then but we were reprimanded and I think that that was a very good education for me. I still respect very highly teachers in general and I never allowed my daughter to criticize bitterly her teachers as many students do nowadays. The lack of respect is kind of hideous to me and I think that that lack of respect led to a lot of the problems in the schools and a lot of problems with the occupation of teachers. So I remember in third grade telling my third grade teacher, who I still see by the way she8217s Irene Wyre. I tell her and I told her then that I wanted to be a teacher. And although I8217m not a formal teacher, I think what I do is teach every day. When I was young, I wanted to be a teacher. I was greatly inspired by my third grade teacher, Miss Irene Wire, and by my fifth grade teacher, Miss Mitchell. My parents were both teachers. So I really pursued that idea as a career, until I got to college. I just saw my third grade teacher last year at my mother8217s 80th birthday party. She lives in Newark, New Jersey. She is still as feisty and as honest and as ethical a person as she was when I was in third grade. She8217s a tiny little powerhouse of energy. I thought about her a lot when I saw her again. She was special because she took time and cared for each of her students. There wasn8217t a moment that wasn8217t devoted to her children, as she called them. She was a spinster, but that never deterred in her love of all the other children. In fact, I think it made her more loveable. And she was fair, but she was stern. She was strict, but she was forgiving. She was the ideal teacher to me. And the fifth grade teacher Martha Stewart: Very much in the same mold. A family person, someone who shared her students with other teachers, because we started to have moving classes in fifth grade. In fifth and sixth grade you traveled from one room to another to study the different subjects. And she would share, and she was fair. It8217s the fairness and the ability to listen, and to answer questions that I really find very, very important with teaching. Did your parents have explicit expectations for you You came from a family of teachers. You clearly connected to teachers. Were you going to be a teacher Martha Stewart: Oh no. There were no expectations whatsoever other than that I would be a good citizen, that I would be honest, that I would conform a little bit, but not be a bad girl. I think that was really the major expectation. The directive in the house was you can do anything you can set your mind to. Unfortunately, there8217s no money for your college education. You have to get a scholarship. You can go anywhere you want but you have to pay for it. So there was already kind of a burden on us as kids in the family. My brother got into college. He had the choice of going to Cornell where he got a small scholarship or the University of Buffalo where he got a full scholarship. He had to go to Buffalo. He became a dentist, a dental surgeon. He has done very well for himself. But I wonder what would have happened if he had gone to Cornell. I, on the other hand, was luckier, I think. I mean, just just because I was able to get a scholarship that paid enough and I had a job modeling that enabled me to make enough money so that I could go to the school of my choice, which was Barnard College. But I did have to live at home because I couldn8217t afford the dormitory charges. Why did you choose Barnard Martha Stewart: Well, if truth be told, I wanted to go to Stanford but that was California. I had never been to California. I had only seen pictures of California. It was, to me, a romantic place. I don8217t mean romantic romantic, but I meant, oh my gosh, it8217s exotic. It8217s far away from home. It would totally free me from my family but my family was having problems, financial problems at the time. I felt very obligated to stay around and contribute to the problems to the solutions for the problems. And Barnard was such an elegant school, great professors, the proximity to Columbia University was excellent, the library libraries were utterly fantastic and I was very lucky to get accepted and to go there. So you traveled every day to Barnard Martha Stewart: Oh, I traveled for the first year every day. It was miserable, very difficult, and then had a job, too. But I did well and the second year was better because I lived near campus, and then I got married. For the time, that wasnt so early to get married Martha Stewart: Well, I had never had a boyfriend before so it was kind of strange to fall in love passionately and get married to someone who really desperately wanted to get married and a person who a kind of mind that I had never known before. So it was kind of interesting. A philosophy major, a deep thinker, a doubter, a pessimist. Where I was totally the opposite. I was brought up with religion. He was brought up with no religion. I was brought up with total optimism. Total You can do anything. Kind of Pollyanna. I was Pollyannish, actually. And there I come upon this total opposite. Nice person but total opposite. So it was for me an exciting thing. Was it an act of rebellion Martha Stewart: Oh no. Tidak semuanya. He was acceptable, even though he was not the same religion. He was handsome. He was nice. It wasn8217t anything too shocking, except that it was unexpected. Did this interrupt your education or did you stay in college Martha Stewart: I stayed in school. I commuted from Yale. He was at Yale Law School at the time and I commuted from New Haven, really Guilford to Barnard, which was about four hours on the train every day. A pretty hideous commute, but I think that that8217s what got me going in the I call it the tread mill of life, without fear of working too hard, without the fear of spending long hours on something that I endeavored to do. It just didn8217t even occur to me that four hours on a train with rattan upright seats was something a little unusual. I just did it. I just did it. And that8217s how I8217ve done a lot of things in my life. I just do it, and smile later when it8217s successful. What were you studying Did you have a vision of what you wanted to accomplish Martha Stewart: In college I discovered the world of chemistry, which I loved. I discovered the world of architectural history. I discovered so many different things that I decided that maybe I would forgo the teaching career for a while. The first thing that really caught me was the stock market. I became a stockbroker, immediately out of college, forgoing architecture school. My dream now, in retrospect then, was to be an eclectic knowledge-gathering person, in order to be able to learn and then to teach. And I8217m still doing that, so I think I am a teacher. How did you get from studying architecture to becoming a stockbroker Martha Stewart: Well, I had a rather complicated major. I was terribly interested in art and art history so I majored in art history but I was also interested in economics so I included economics in that major and then I was also terribly interested in architectural history. So my thesis was on Colbert and the Louvre and the designs for the Louvre. So that was economics. It was history. It was art history and architectural history all kind of rolled into one. So it was a fascinating subject matter and I really liked Barnard for allowing me to do that kind of thing but that8217s the kind of place it was. Were you forming an ambition for a career at this point Martha Stewart: I thought I was going to be an architect. W hen I hear Maya Lin, when I hear Ricardo Legorreta, when I talk to Richard Meier or to Frank Gehry, sometimes it sort of like pangs in my heart but I am an architect anyway, so I have a visual career. I am a builder. I work on homes and houses and living places and spaces all the time. I create every day. Did you enroll in an architecture school Martha Stewart: No, but I had studied a lot of architectural history at Columbia during my Barnard years and I stayed in that library. That8217s where I did most of my studying. And yet the lure of business was also kind of interesting, so instead of going to architecture school I went to Wall Street and I took a job with a small firm, and I learned not only how to do research in business and analyze companies, but I also learned how to be a super duper institutional stock broker. How long did you do that Martha Stewart: For about seven years. I8217m like a grasshopper. I metamorphose every seven years. Did you find it satisfying Martha Stewart: What was satisfying about that job was overcoming my shyness. I didn8217t mention shyness but there was a real shyness in me. A shyness to express myself very forcefully and I overcame that shyness being a broker. You can8217t sell effectively unless you a really either believe in your subject matter or bullshit yourself into the subject matter. I only sold companies that I was interested in. I made that very clear to my partners that I wouldn8217t go and try and sell a piece of research that I didn8217t like. So that the companies that I went out and sold were companies that were kind of fascinating to me, like Electronic Data Systems in the early days. I took Ross Perot around on the road when nobody knew who he was. I just had a very interesting conversation with Ned Johnson, who runs Fidelity Funds. He came to my house in Maine for lunch. I haven8217t seen Ned for I don8217t know how many years that is like 20 -25 years and he actually remembered me bringing Ross Perot to Boston. He remembered both of you Martha Stewart: No, he didn8217t remember me. He remembered Ross Perot. He didn8217t remember me at all and he was shocked. I remember selling McDonald8217s because I really believed in the idea of being able to feed hordes of people inexpensively in clean restaurants cheaply. So I loved that company and that was the time to love that company. Dulu. I also loved a company called Bandag. I don8217t know if you remember that company but they retread tires and I was very conscious of waste, growing up in a family of eight with hardly any resources. We recycled everything. We didn8217t waste anything. So that early recycling was kind of interesting to me and that company did very, very well. And then there was another company called Leaseco Data Processing, which leased computers and leased that kind of early equipment, and that, too, I found very interesting because it made that equipment available to a much broader audience than an audience that would have to buy that equipment. I thought Saul Steinberg was really an interesting guy. He turned out to be even more interesting. So that8217s the kind of thing that I did and had great clients. So how did you leave the stock market Martha Stewart: In 1972 I negotiated commissions. I was waking up with hives. I didn8217t wasn8217t very happy in the stock market. My child was five. My daughter, Alexis. We moved to Connecticut. I wanted to spend more time with her and I quit my job to the dismay of my partners. Were you at peace with this decision Martha Stewart: Oh yes, I was. Not realizing how hard it really was to break away from a very interesting group of men it was all men who were avid readers, avid collectors, politicians, avid everything. And we had the most fabulous time. To leave New York was another very wrenching move, and then to move to a suburb Westport, Connecticut which was an interesting suburb, restore a house from scratch, raise a daughter, start a new business, and live a life which is now the basis, of course, for everything I do. So you constructed the rest of your life in this period. What years were these Martha Stewart: Well, like 821773 to 821782 was the building of a catering business, which was a difficult, really exhausting, do-it-at-home business, interrupt-the-life business. Work all hours, 20 hours a day was nothing. It8217s not new now. It wasn8217t new then. So it was a very exhausting kind of physical endeavor that I was doing. Was your husband supportive of this Martha Stewart: He was at first and became less and less. And he commuted to New York so he sort of lost himself in his job although I never lost interest in what he was doing. He was a publisher. He made art books, very beautiful art books, which I was very interested in. And luckily he did, because in 1982 I wrote my first book and that kind of liberated me from the intenseness of the catering business. It sounds like another metamorphosis. Martha Stewart: It was. Itu saja. I became an author. I became an expert. After you started publishing your books, were there missteps or disappointments in business Something that didn8217t quite work Martha Stewart: Not in business. There were no missteps in terms of business at all. Everything went very well. We were really pleased that what we were doing was valued, that what we were doing was trusted, what we were doing encouraged other people to join us along the way and join the company. We started a television show. That was another metamorphosis for me. Personally it8217s hard to do a show. Really hard. What year now is this Martha Stewart: This is 1993 we started a weekly half hour, which grew to a daily half hour, which grew to a daily one hour. And that8217s what I8217m on now. I8217m on a one hour a day schedule. Our programming, which is considered quite valuable by many people, is now visible 21 times a week on national television. So in combination and you can get it. I mean, what we like to do in our company is let you access your information when you can in your time and we8217re waiting so much for broadband. We can8217t wait for technology to catch up with what we have in terms of our asset library. That8217s the next metamorphosis of course, to take all that content that is evergreen and will never ever go out of date, and make it available again online so that people can access what they need when they need it, when they want it. It seems there are no limits to the scope of the idea, or the need for what you do. Are there limits to your energy Do you need to extend yourself through support staff Martha Stewart: We have 500 people working for us now. Not counting freelancers. And there are many people in that group that are just so terrific and able to extend the brand. I call them brand extenders. People who believe, like I do, that information is key, that trusted information is what everyone wants, that people want to learn, and those people are now creating programming for me, magazines for me. We just started a baby magazine. It8217s very successful because it8217s approaching the subject matter in the same way that I envision a magazine but I8217m not personally working on it all the time. But all of this is dependent on the strength, charisma and credibility and trustworthiness of one persona Martha Stewart: Well, yeah, originally. But now it is Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia that is the trusted entity. It8217s not just me. We have an entity now, a public entity. Were traded on the New York Stock Exchange. We went public last year. Another metamorphosis. I don8217t think grasshoppers are metamorphosing faster than every seven years, but technology companies are. Things have speeded up so fast that so much more can happen in a shorter period of time. That8217s what keeps you breathless. That8217s what keeps you on edge. It is extraordinary what can happen. Were there experiences along the way that inspired you Martha Stewart: Oh, I have an experience a day, at least. And it8217s not like seeing Jesus Christ in a dream or something like that, it8217s not a religious kind of experience that I experience daily. It8217s more involving nature, involving natural resources, involving a special quote said by a special person. I really found that I was drawn to what I call my mentors. I have developed over the years a whole group of important people, people important to me that I consider mentors. Now, they may be the gardener in the estate down the road. They may be a farmer who milks his cows. They may be a very special professor. All different kinds of people fall into this group of what I call my mentors. It may be someone I8217ve never met, but only read, like Garcia Marquez. One of my dreams is to meet him. But those are my mentors. George Eliot, the great novelist. Jane Austen is a mentor of mine, in terms of language. So, I8217ve informally constructed this structure in my life of mentors. What do you read these days Martha Stewart: Now I read constantly. I8217m reading lots of different books, but I get inspiration again from those. Nowadays I8217m still reading voraciously. Really as an opportunity to learn, to constantly figure out what I really need to know in homes that my reader will have the same desires and the same need. Right now I read a lot of gardening. I read a lot of theory of gardening and landscape. I just acquired an 1805 book by Humphrey Repton, who is one of the great English landscape architects, but who also had a very serious view of how to live and how to structure one8217s exterior life. So I8217m reading a lot of that stuff. I8217m still reading novels. I8217m reading James Dickey8217s new novel To The White Sea, which is fascinating. But that8217s more about the writer8217s craft than it is about the stories: the bombing of Tokyo, and fire bombings. Horrible story, beautifully constructed. I8217m reading constantly, and it8217s very inspiring. Where do you get all this 8220get-up-and-go8221 Martha Stewart: I have a lot of energy. I have a great desire to absorb information. I8217m not a sponge exactly, but I find that something I look at 8212 just walking around Williamsburg, for example 8212 is a great opportunity for ideas. I8217ve been here before, I8217ve seen things before, but now my eye gets keener and keener. So I can pick up little things: just the pattern of a brick walk, or the way they8217ve attached a light to a house. There are jars in all the apothecary shops here that I8217ve been trying to find all morning. Now I8217m running around looking for these jars, they8217re beautiful. They have leather, which you wet and you draw over the top, and it makes a very beautiful cover, a very inexpensive way to cover a jar. You8217ll see that in my magazine soon, because I think it8217s a real good thing, as I call them. I8217m always on the lookout for those good, simple solutions to everyday problems. And it8217s the energy that enables me to run around and do the things that I like to do. I don8217t need a lot of sleep. I find that when you have a real interest in life and a curious life, that sleep is not the most important thing. More important is the discovery. And I8217m really trying to discover everyday good things. That makes me read, in the night. You know, when most people are sleeping it8217s hard to be up and around, so I read. That8217s when I get all my reading done. It8217s a peculiar life, but it8217s fun. I tell you, my daughter is 28 years old, she has the same lifestyle. And she drives her friends crazy, I drive my friends crazy. But she has the same kind of interests. It8217s an absorbing kind of curiosity, and it8217s nice to have. What does the American Dream mean to you Martha Stewart: For me, an American Dream, if you read Theodore Dreiser, or you read other people who have written about what they consider the American Dream, it always has to do with monetary success, or poor boy makes good, or that kind of thing. To me that8217s not what it8217s all about. It8217s about, actually, when you get to be my age, having kind of a serenity about your life, and a good feeling about what you have done and what you can still do. And also, believing all the time that there is the freedom to do what you want to do. The ability, in your waking existence, to go out your front door and not be obstructed in any way. But there are always limitations, and there are limitations that are set by geographical boundaries, territorial boundaries, political boundaries that you have to live with and you have to understand those. We8217re not so free that we don8217t have to listen to rules, and laws, and regulations. Those are important. But the spirit, the freedom of the spirit, that8217s what I think of American Dream, that we are free here to do what we want to do, what we set out to do. To what do you attribute the success you8217ve had Martha Stewart: When I was growing up my mom was home. She wanted to go to work, but she waited. She was educated as a teacher. The minute my youngest sister went to school full-time, from first grade, mom went back to work. But she balanced her life. She chose teaching, which enabled her to leave at the same time we left, and come home pretty much the same time we came home. She knew how to balance. When I got married and had a child and went to work, my day was all day, all night. You lose your sense of balance. That was in the late 821760s, 821770s, women went to work, they went crazy. They thought the workplace was much more exciting than the home. They thought the family could wait. And you know what The family can8217t wait. And women have now found that out. It all has to do with women, or the homemaker leaving the home and realizing that where they8217ve gone is not as fabulous, or as rewarding, or as self-fulfilling as the balance between the workplace and the home place. So, I think that that8217s what8217s happened, all of a sudden. Women are wanting to spend more time at home, men are wanting to spend more time at home. They want to garden, they want to do all that stuff. And they want to see their kids grow up, and that8217s what8217s happened. That8217s why this intense interest in how to polish a floor, how to wash a car. You know, all that stuff is coming back. And you know who likes it the best The kids. They8217re so happy. Many viewers of my TV program are three-year-olds, because they8217re learning, learning, learning. That8217s wonderful. Thank you for speaking with us.PARIS, Feb 22- AccorHotels, Europes largest hotelier, posted a record operating profit for 2016, which beat expectations, as restructuring efforts paid off and robust demand in Germany and Britain offset weakness in France. Having recruited former French President Nicolas Sarkozy to head its international strategy, AccorHotels said it was moving along. FT MYERS, Fla. Chicos FAS Inc. on Wednesday reported fiscal fourth-quarter net income of 13.5 million, after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier. The average estimate of 10 analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 4 cents per share. Eight analysts surveyed by Zacks expected 597.1 million. TOLEDO, Ohio Welltower Inc. on Wednesday reported a key measure of profitability in its fourth quarter, after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier. The Toledo, Ohio- based real estate investment trust said it had funds from operations of 401.5 million, or 1.10 per share, in the period. The average estimate of 11 analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment. Serco, which provides transport, health, justice, defense and security services in public departments and gets half of its revenues from the UK, left its 2017 outlook unchanged versus an update given in December. Britains outsourcing sector has been hit in recent months by uncertainty created by the countrys vote to leave the European Union, causing delays to. WALTHAM, Mass. Repligen Corp. on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter earnings of 5 million. Repligen expects full-year earnings in the range of 54 cents to 59 cents per share, with revenue in the range of 121 million to 126 million. Repligen shares have decreased 1 percent since the beginning of the year. LONDON, Feb 22- The euro fell below 1.05 for the first time in six weeks on Wednesday, hit by a combination of concern over Frances presidential election campaign and growing expectations for a rise in U.S. interest rates. So far, concern that anti-EU candidate Marine Le Pen could win in May and deliver a fatal blow to the euro project have played out chiefly on the. HUNT VALLEY, Md. Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter profit of 120.9 million. The average estimate of three analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 1.36 per share. Three analysts surveyed by Zacks expected 802.3 million. NORWELL, Mass. Clean Harbors Inc. on Wednesday reported a fourth-quarter loss of 12.7 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier. The average estimate of four analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 3 cents per share. Clean Harbors shares have increased roughly 2 percent since the beginning of the year. LONDON, Feb 22- French carmaker Peugeot, which is exploring the takeover of General Motors European operations, recognises the contribution its two British Vauxhall plants make to the car brand, British business minister Greg Clark said on Wednesday. There was a recognition, which I emphasised, of the contribution to the performance of Vauxhall, of the two. BUENOS AIRES, Feb 22- Argentina will announce a 2018 fiscal deficit target of 3.2 percent of gross domestic product, down from 4.2 percent expected this year, newspaper Cronista reported on Wednesday. Treasury Minister Nicolas Dujovne will give a press conference to announce the fiscal targets for 2018 and 2019 at noon and is also expected to announce. LONDON, Feb 22- French carmaker Peugeot, which is exploring the takeover of General Motors European operations, recognizes the contribution its two British Vauxhall plants make to the car brand, British business minister Greg Clark said on Wednesday. There was a recognition, which I emphasized, of the contribution to the performance of Vauxhall, of the two. BETHESDA, Md. DiamondRock Hospitality Co. on Wednesday reported a key measure of profitability in its fourth quarter. The average estimate of 10 analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for funds from operations of 23 cents per share. Seven analysts surveyed by Zacks expected 212.3 million. LAKE ZURICH, Ill. Acco Brands Corp. on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter earnings of 6.1 million. The average estimate of three analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 30 cents per share. Four analysts surveyed by Zacks expected 430.9 million. LONDON BOSTON, Feb 21- Stock market optimism about U.S. The level of shorts- a bet that a stock will fall- taken out against the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 13 percent in the 30 days to Feb. 20, while shorts against Europes STOXX 600 rose 18 percent over the same period, data from FIS Astec Analytics showed. But hedge fund managers like Seth Klarman, who has been. LONDON BOSTON, Feb 21- Stock market optimism about U.S. The level of shorts- a bet that a stock will fall- taken out against the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 13 percent in the 30 days to Feb. 20, while shorts against Europes STOXX 600 rose 18 percent over the same period, data from FIS Astec Analytics showed. But hedge fund managers like Seth Klarman, who has been. LONDON BOSTON, Feb 21- Stock market optimism about U.S. The level of shorts- a bet that a stock will fall- taken out against the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 13 percent in the 30 days to Feb. 20, while shorts against Europes STOXX 600 rose 18 percent over the same period, data from FIS Astec Analytics showed. But hedge fund managers like Seth Klarman, who has been. LONDON BOSTON, Feb 21- Stock market optimism about U.S. The level of shorts- a bet that a stock will fall- taken out against the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 13 percent in the 30 days to Feb. 20, while shorts against Europes STOXX 600 rose 18 percent over the same period, data from FIS Astec Analytics showed. But hedge fund managers like Seth Klarman, who has been. DALLAS ClubCorp Holdings Inc. on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter net income of 5.2 million, after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier. The average estimate of six analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 15 cents per share. ClubCorp expects full-year revenue in the range of 1.1 billion to 1.14 billion. LONDON, Feb 22- Britains business minister said on Wednesday he will set out proposals over the governments stance towards the possible foreign takeover of British firms, particularly in critically important areas such as nuclear power, in the coming weeks. Anglo-Dutch firm Unilever rejected a 143 billion bid from U.S. rival Kraft Heinz last week and Prime. LONDON Britains economy grew less quickly than originally estimated in 2016, losing the mantle of being the fastest-growing among the Group of Seven of the worlds biggest economies. The Office for National Statistics says growth was revised down to 1.8 percent from the 2 percent originally estimated. Chris Williamson of financial research firm IHS.
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