S U C K

"a fish, a barrel, and a smoking gun"
for 12 May 2000. Updated every WEEKDAY.
 


HEARD ON THE STREET THIS SPRING? IT'S "SO LONG, SUIT," AS BUTTONED-UP BANKS STRAIN TO RETAIN YOUNG BRAINS BY GETTING DOWN TO FULL-TIME BUSINESS CASUAL. BUT HOW CAN THE MID-CAREER MILLIONAIRE STRADDLE THE NEW FENCE OF FINANCIAL FASHION? FOLLOW THESE HIP WSJ INSIDER TIPS — AND LOOK LESS LIKE AN OLD-ECONOMY RELIC AND MORE LIKE A BIG SWINGING DOT-COMMANDO.




DO invest in a new Italian Cargo Blazer, with plenty of pockets for phones, Palm Pilots, pagers, several iQuotrons, a portaBloomberg and up to 132 extra batteries.




DON'T don a 3-piece anything. Vesting is for options.




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