Short-Hills Local Business
Local business in Short-Hills, NJ
Friday Oct 2 | via Daily Mail
She showed off her sense of style for a good cause during a trip to New York to raise support for Breast Cancer Awareness month. And as Elizabeth Hurley, 50, headed to the airport for a flight home on Friday, she displayed an effortless jet-set ensemble. Comment?
Thursday Oct 1 | via Patch.com
Editor's Note: The following incidents are reprinted directly from the Millburn police blotter, a listing of selected incidents that may not include the full scope of activity in the area. All of the following incidents are accusations, and all suspects should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via Daily Mail
Think pink! Liz Hurley, 50, shows off cleavage in hot pink dress before changing into lacy number as she kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness month Liz Hurley showed off her age-defying figure in two pink dresses as she kicked off Breast Cancer Awareness month. The 50-year-old flaunted her cleavage in a low-cut, bright pink dress as she hosted an Estee Lauder 'Pink Party' at Bloomingdales department store in New York City on Wednesday. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via Patch.com
Three residents from Millburn and Short Hills made the 2015 Forbes list of the 400 richest people around the United States. David Tepper, a hedge fund manager who has given thousands of dollars to New Jersey schools, tops the list at a net worth of $11.6 billion. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 29 | via NorthJersey.com
They are David Tepper of Livingston, $11.6 billion; Donald Newhouse of Somerset County, $10.6 billion; Leon Cooperman of Short Hills, $3.4 billion; Peter Kellogg of Short Hills, $3.4 billion; John Overdeck of Millburn, $2.8 billion; and Larry Robbins of Alpine, $2.3 billion. All but Newhouse made their money in finance, mostly in hedge funds. Comment?
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