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Posted at 1:00 PM ET, 12/11/2010

Read this: Carlos Rogers, Sylvie Cachay, TEDWomen

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Carlos Rogers (Robert A. Reeder/The Washington Post)

How did Carlos Rogers make $14 million in his five years in football -- and yet end up losing his home to the bank? The Redskins cornerback gives the "bad investment advice" excuse as our colleague Rick Maese tries to parse the mystery.

Sylvie Cachay, the on-the-rise designer found dead in a high-end NYC hotel, was a NoVa gal, who grew up in McLean and graduated from Madeira and Marymount. Relatives tell the Post she was about to end her relationship with Nicholas Brooks, who has been charged in her death.

What the heck is TED? Or TEDWomen? Monica Hesse explores the latest, hottest rich-people confab -- a "globo-cyber-cultural movement," and finds aromatherapy, Arianna, "aspirational networking." Also: Luna Bars, "the official sponsor of women."

By The Reliable Source  | December 11, 2010; 1:00 PM ET
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