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Margaret Childs

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Margaret Childs is the CEO and Publisher of Metropole. Originally from New York, Vienna has been her home town since high school. She is a board member of AustrianStartups and actively supports entrepreneurs in their internationalization efforts. She is known for loving Vienna passionately, talking too fast and inhaling coffee like there's no tomorrow. She tweets @mtmchilds Photo: Michèle Pauty

How to…Invest like an Austrian

Austrians are notoriously risk-averse and have been big fans of savings accounts, but how do they invest? All over the world, investors, bankers and financial experts are shrugging their shoulders. No one seems to know...

How to…Invest like an Austrian

Austrians are notoriously risk-averse and have been big fans of savings accounts, but how do they invest? All over the world, investors, bankers and financial experts are shrugging their shoulders. No one seems to know...

Editor’s Letter – March

Man plans and God laughs There are very few sure things these days. Throughout the early months of this year, media headlines celebrated the weak euro, telling investors “Europe is the top stock pick for...

Business & Career: The Oil of the 21st Century

It took four years for the EU’s twenty-eight member states to pass the new law on data protection. Now companies are bracing themselves for high stakes and citizens hoping for more control. If you don’t have...
Editor's Letter

Editor’s Letter – February

Trust me, I know all about you. When talking about data privacy it’s easy to get philosophical. As we researched this issue, we found ourselves discussing online behavior, our perception of how cookies had changed...

5 Ways to Battle a Car-Sharing Addiction

It all started out so humbly. Living in Vienna, I don’t own a car, so I signed up for Car2Go in 2012 (yes, I was an early adopter) in order to get some practice...

Ball Season is Going Strong with All Ages

Ball season is back and we asked how the tradition has endured so long and what changes will keep the debutantes coming. Ball season is like a microcosm of Viennese life. Well, a certain kind...

On Sale: Your Own Original

At the Kunstsupermarkt, original art has a tiny price tag. Who knows? You may pick up the next Ernst Fuchs, Hermann Nitsch or Gottfried Helnwein. What ever happened to art being a “matter of taste”? If...

On the Menu: Love and the Market Economy

Die Liebe offers a passionate tapas-style meal alongside delicious wines, all within the quiet bustle of Marktwirtschaft, the new indoor food market. The concept of Marktwirtschaft and its mainstay restaurant Die Liebe doesn’t challenge Viennese...
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