Tag Archives: Women
Olivia Ramya Tanner traveled to Sri Lanka to find her birth mother. Then the Swiss woman discovered that everything — from her birth certificate on up — was a lie. She’s not alone. Alison Langley reports from Zurich.
Because the literature prize has been a stuffy boys club for too long.
This OZY series explores how institutions are battling declining trust — and what’s replacing them.
By Alison Langley Published: November 3 2006 15:02 | Kristin Fougner knows all about the highs and lows of sharing her life with a globetrotting businessman. A native of Norway with an advanced degree from Bergen’s Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration, she has spent the past 15 years following […]