H. Frederick Krimendahl II, a top troubleshooter for Goldman, Sachs & Co. in the 1970s and 1980s whose broad responsibilities included finding the home for the firm’s London office, has died. He was 85.
Wanted: Experienced arts administrator to run high-profile New York orchestra. Must be familiar with classical music and be able to raise tens of millions of dollars. Working knowledge of Korean and Georgian are a plus.
The first skyscraper at lower Manhattan’s World Trade Center is set to open with two days of ceremonies to mark the renewal of the area after its destruction by terrorists. When the fanfare subsides, the task will be filling the 40 percent of the tower that’s empty.
Stephen Schwarzman, co-founder of Blackstone Group LP, sold stationery as a Yale undergraduate, making enough money to buy a stereo, on which he played the Four Tops and the Beatles, he recalled the other night at a reception for the Oxford-Pershing Square Graduate Scholarships.