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Haute 100 Los Angeles

ARTISTS, POWER COUPLES, COMMANDERS, INNOVATORS, STYLISTS, ENTREPRENEURS, ENTERTAINERS, DESIGNERS, BILLIONAIRES, ATHLETES & PHILANTHROPISTS HERE IS OUR 2014 HAUTE LIST OF LOS ANGELES AND ORANGE COUNTY’S MOST A-LIST BILLIONAIRES, ATHLETES, POWER COUPLES, PHILANTHROPISTS, ENTREPRENEURS, AND, OF COURSE, ENTERTAINERS. THIS IS THE HOME OF HOLLYWOOD, AFTER ALL……Read The Full Post

Haute 100 San Francisco Update: L. John Doerr

Our Haute 100 list details the accomplishments of the most influential people in each of our markets—Miami, New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. These people continue to make moves, so rather than waiting for the next Haute 100 issue to come out, we thought we’d provide you with regular updates on those Haute 100 members who are making headlines. Check back daily for more info on the most powerful people in your city. “Friending” big names such as Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos, L. John Doerr is taking Kleiner Perkins Caufiled & Byers back to its early dominance in consumer Internet by partnering with Facebook, Amazon and Zynga to form sFund, a $250 million investment fund providing financial support for build social applications and services.

Sotheby’s: Synonymous with Quality

The people of Sotheby’s International Realty certainly know how to give homes the red-carpet treatment. The ultra-modern and absolutely stunning $35 million Glass Pavilion by Steve Hermann in Montecito, Calif., has become the trending topic of conversations among architectural votaries and potential homebuyers, thanks to impressive media exposure on Wall Street Journal, Yahoo! Real Estate, and the likes—which is thanks to the people of Sotheby’s International Realty. “When I came to the company about the property, they jumped on board to get the listing out to these media outlets,” says Montecito agent Suzanne Perkins.

Sotheby’s: Synonymous with Quality

The people of Sotheby’s International Realty certainly know how to give homes the red-carpet treatment. The ultra-modern and absolutely stunning $35 million Glass Pavilion by Steve Hermann in Montecito, Calif., has become the trending topic of conversations among architectural votaries and potential homebuyers, thanks to impressive media exposure on Wall Street Journal, Yahoo! Real Estate, and the likes—which is thanks to the people of Sotheby’s International Realty. “When I came to the company about the property, they jumped on board to get the listing out to these media outlets,” says Montecito agent Suzanne Perkins.

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New York February / March 2014
New York February / March 2014