In 2008, Isabelle - a self-made 30-something Wall Street star - appears to have it all: an Upper West Side apartment, three healthy children, a handsome husband, and a high-powered job. But her reality is something else. Her trading-desk work environment resembles a 1980s frat party, her husband feels employment is beneath him, and the bulk of childcare and homecare still falls in Belle's already full lap.
"A Colleague Drank My Breast Milk and Other Wall Street Tales" is from the US section of The New York Times. It was written by Maureen Sherry and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.