Surrounded by artifacts from investing’s past -- a New York Stock Exchange ticker tape from the morning the market crashed on Oct. 29, 1929, old Federal Reserve notes -- guests at the Museum of American Finance last night contemplated what would feature in exhibits of the future.
I’m furiously pedaling a stationary bike and sucking wind so hard it feels like I’m turning blue. Strapped to my head is a neoprene face mask that makes me look like a sweaty Hannibal Lecter. Attached to the mask is a white plastic hose connected to a black box joined to a laptop computer, Bloomberg Pursuits will report in its Holiday 2013 issue.
June 25 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu reports that Chelsea Piers is betting big on bringing big city fun to the suburbs with a $50 million facility set to open near Greenwich, Connecticut. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)
Roland Betts has followed Yale University men’s hockey through 28 losing seasons after graduating in 1968. Today, he and a group of 30 alumni travel to watch the Bulldogs play their first national semifinal game in 61 years.
When Jay Sugarman’s IStar Financial Inc. bought Fremont General Corp.’s commercial lending business in June 2007, the deal brought loans on undeveloped residential land as new home sales were two years into a six-year slide.
Whitney Gollinger, marketing chief for a Manhattan condo building with an outdoor movie theater and panoramic city views, is highlighting a different amenity to spur sales: the financial backing of the federal government.