If there’s an enduring Hollywood image that has lost little of its impact throughout the years, it’s that of the business meal. Whether it’s ruthless corporate trader Gordon Gekko lecturing his protégé over steak tartare in “Wall Street,” or a cadre of highly pressured advertising executives draining pitchers of martinis in the TV series “Mad Men,” the business meal has served as a point of reference for many movie and television storylines.In the real world, the business meal has been a ...
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