Justin Nunez, a former Columbia University football player in his second year at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., earned the unofficial title of Wall Street’s best athlete by winning a charity decathlon held at his alma mater.
Adding a white-blood cell boosting treatment from Sanofi to Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.’s melanoma drug Yervoy helped patients with advanced skin cancer live longer and lessened side effects, a study found.
Scientists from research and health- care groups including Harvard University and the U.S. National Institutes of Health are trying to create a way to standardize and share genetic information before the DNA-scanning field develops into a balkanized mess.
Eric Bachmann, the chief administrative officer for New York hedge fund Hutchin Hill Capital LP, runs ultramarathons, plays lacrosse and works out regularly. Even so, he couldn’t beat a 24-year-old Merrill Lynch & Co. analyst for the title of Wall Street’s best athlete in 2010.