Saturday Sessions 211213

weekend reading

A lot of bloggers do weekly link wrap ups, so this is nothing new. But I read so many interesting, informative or just damn well written pieces through the week that it seems selfish not to share.

1. Vanity Fair recently profiled Marissa Mayer, Google’s CEO. It’s a well-balanced piece and the way Mayer operates is fascinating.

2. While we’re on the topic of profiles and women in business, there was a short piece in the New York Times that profiled Natalie Massenet, founder of Net-a-Porter, and the expansion of her business into a print magazine and future avenues for Net-a-Porter.

4. A former White House correspondent details his time in DC – and realises it’s fine to be impressed.

3. And finally, for some Christmas cheer like no other, Vanity Fair sent their photographers from around the world out to capture the holiday windows of the world’s largest department stores. Some are utterly mind-blowing, but their Christmas spirit is infectious!

What’s caught your attention this week?

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