Prenups, anyone?

Prenups, anyone? I guess since I blogged this “magazine-related” news when it first appeared as a news item buried deep in the WSJ, I felt I should blog the follow-up that I first heard about on the “weddings page” of yesterday’s NYT.

Quote from the NY Times:

“The
bride and bridegroom met in October 2001. That year Ms. Wetlaufer
interviewed Mr. Welch for (The Harvard Business Review, where she was
editor). The relationship that developed from that collaborastion
resulted in Ms. Wetlaufer’s resignation from the business review and
became an issue in his subsequent divorce. Ms. Wetlaufer and Mr.
Welchar are now working on a book, “Winning,” for HarperCollins, which
is about the competitive and organization aspects of business.

People, I don’t make this stuff up.

  • Hudge

    >which is about the competitive and organization aspects of business.
    Darn, I thought it would be about how to retire with the company paying for your NY condo, and other basic necessities. Or about computing alimony.