The New York Rangers signed a marketing partnership with online gambling site WSOP.com, less than three months after the New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia 76ers became the first major U.S.-based professional teams to ink a deal with a gaming company.
Apollo Global Management LLC co- founder Josh Harris, who owns basketball’s Philadelphia 76ers, agreed to buy the debt-ridden New Jersey Devils, a team that struggled financially under the ownership of former Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. executive Jeff Vanderbeek.
A bald man in a tuxedo walked into Manhattan’s St. Regis Hotel , muttered to a uniformed attendant and was ushered to an elevator. A woman in a fur hat the size of a lampshade followed, then a man in a topcoat, who licked his lips as he walked under a ceiling painted with naked cherubs.
Until April 2011, Patrick “Pete” Dodd, a former money manager at Liberty Life Insurance Co. in Greenville, South Carolina, invested customer premiums in what he calls a “squeaky clean” portfolio: bonds backed by state governments and blue chip corporations.
Jillkerry Ward, a 37-year-old bartender at upscale French restaurant Le Cirque in New York, grabbed a glass Friday night and poured a negroni: two parts gin, a splash of sweet vermouth and two shots of Campari.