“You get ahead -- good reviews, promotions -- and at some point you can lean in and have your head chopped off,” Barbara J. Krumsiek, chief executive of Calvert Investments Inc. said in an interview last night at the Financial Women’s Association Annual Dinner.
Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy canceled a speaking event because of a security risk. An assistant U.S. attorney in Texas withdrew from a case involving white supremacists, and a city alderman in Wisconsin wants to carry a concealed firearm to meetings.
New York’s 77th Street Metropolitan Transportation Authority station will be renamed in honor of Edward I. Koch, the outspoken three-term New York mayor who died last week, U.S. Representative Carolyn Maloney said.
New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority won’t approve U.S. Representative Carolyn Maloney’s proposal to rename a subway station in honor of Edward I. Koch, the three-term mayor who died last week.
A coalition of House Republicans is willing to thwart the National Rifle Association’s opposition to broadening background checks for U.S. gun purchases. That may be President Barack Obama’s best chance for advancing tougher gun regulations this year.
Six of the largest U.S. banks have already taken steps to shut down their proprietary trading operations in anticipation of a ban known as the Volcker rule, U.S. Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry said.