The band Tame Impala describes its music as “psychedelic hypno-groove melodic rock.” It certainly went down well with the glassy-eyed crowd and telltale aroma that filled Terminal 5 on Feb. 19.
Kevin Parker, Deutsche Bank AG’s head of asset management, expects the current debt crisis to be solved within a year, Boerse Online said, citing an interview.
Laugh it up with all the big boys in town for the New York Comedy Festival.
Feel the hazy, psychedelic rock of Tame Impala wash over you at the Bowery Ballroom on Friday night. The trio from Australia creates a swirling cloud of sound a la the Doors or the Stone Roses.
New York City plans to create the largest indoor ice facility in the world, with a former Deutsche Bank AG asset manager investing $275 million to turn a vacant Bronx armory into a 750,000-square-foot skating palace.
California’s clean energy investors are raising millions of dollars for an advertising battle with oil refiners who want to delay the state’s new law on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Former New York Rangers captain Mark Messier stepped down as special assistant to team President Glen Sather to help develop the world’s largest indoor ice facility at a vacant Bronx armory.
Deutsche Bank AG, Germany’s biggest bank, is considering all strategic options for its global asset management division as Europe’s largest lenders face increasing pressure to boost capital.
A U.S. energy policy that shifts electric-power generation to natural gas from coal can help President Barack Obama meet his goal of cutting greenhouse-gas emissions, Deutsche Bank AG analysts said.
"This project is about opportunity, first and foremost, and we are confident the Kingsbridge National Ice Center will become a source of pride for the Bronx and all of New York City for generations to come."
- Kevin Parker on Apr 24, 2013