“This despite the fact that he felt the need to replace me,” says former New York editor Caroline Miller. “It was a magazine that needed an owner with deep pockets, who had a serious commitment to making it prestigious and smart as possible. And [Bruce Wasserstein] put a lot of money into it.”
> “His style was hands-off, but very engaged”
> Wasserstein’s death may put NY mag on the block
> Could one of his children assume the job of owning NY?
> Michigan Daily recalls ’66-’67 editor-in-chief Wasserstein