Sure, you could become irate about the multimillion-dollar bonuses being paid out to Wall Street bankers. But why not figure out how to help them spend part of their windfall at your place? That’s what New York City steakhouse Smith & Wollensky is doing, making it easy for its banker-heavy clientele to swap bonuses paid in stock for meals at its flagship location in midtown Manhattan. The publicity generated alone makes this no-cash-required arrangement worth the effort. Could a similar ...
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