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Aug 31, 1995

Encounters: Tying the Knot

A transatlantic marriage of convenience could require a pre-nuptial agreement

The two of them were sitting in the lounge of a midtown hotel. On the table was an ice bucket which contained a bottle of champagne. Not just any champagne, mind you, but Krug. 'So what are you celebrating?' I asked, hoping to be invited to sit down and share what was left in the bottle. 'Well, it's not official yet,' came the reply, 'but I suppose we can tell you. We're getting together.' Greg and Tim were very similar. Both were in their mid-30s and had been equity salesmen who lost their

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