It had been two days since U.S. lawmakers negotiated all night to finish rules that would reshape the business of Wall Street. The 20-hour session left legislators, aides, lobbyists and regulators exhausted. Almost no one had a grip on all the details.
Proposals by an Israeli government- appointed committee on increasing competitiveness in the economy are “unwise” and “seriously misguided,” Ronald Gilson, a professor at Columbia Law School and Stanford Law School, said in an interview in Jerusalem.
H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest, a Columbia University trustee, has pledged $30 million toward the construction of an arts building at the school’s new campus, the largest gift ever for the arts at the Ivy League institution.
It’s good to be the chief executive officer of a company that’s about to ship 500 million diapers in a single year. For one thing, you get to drive a golf cart as fast as you want in your new 1,250,000-square-foot warehouse.