Martha Stewart discusses working on Wall Street, the Me Too movement and more in a new interview with Harper’s Bazaar. The 79-year-old, who became America’s first self-made female billionaire when her Living Omnimedia company went public in 1999, says of her years as a stockbroker on Wall Street: “We were the real thing.
You saw the movie ‘Wall Street’? I lived it. I mean, every man on Wall Street was trying to get you. Every man was trying to touch you in the cab.
We had martinis for lunch…[I] was a modest girl. I did not f**k around, if you want to use that word.” Stewart, dubbed the “original influencer” in the piece, describes her work attire on Wall Street: “Do you remember hot pants?Read more on etcanada.com