Paul Tudor Jones pulled up Saturday night to the Creeks, Ron Perelman’s estate in East Hampton, squeezed into the back seat of a car with Glenn Dubin and their Nordic blonde wives in white slinky dresses.
First Solar Inc., the biggest maker of thin-film solar modules, will issue its forecast for 2013 sales to analysts and investors tomorrow, after announcing today the departure of the executive who led its global effort to build utility-scale power plants with its panels.
When the New York City banker James Brown tallied his wealth in 1842, he had to look far below Wall Street to trace its origins. His investments in the American South exceeded $1.5 million, a quarter of which was directly bound up in the ownership of slave plantations.
New York City’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell for the sixth straight month in June to 9.5 percent, down 0.1 percentage point, as financial companies hired for a fourth consecutive month, the state Labor Department reported.