Yesterday, the New York Times dining section published a trend piece on ladies who power lunch in NYC. “These are women who work, and the places where they choose to network and hammer out deals are a conscious reflection of their professional strategy,” writes NYT contributor Jeff Gordinier.
Unsurprisingly, everyone who reads the New York Times, lives in New York, or cares about the quality of reporting at the renowned newspaper has something to say about this somewhat obnoxious piece, which essentially states that women, like men, have jobs and eat lunch. OMG.
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