President Barack Obama is considering two Wall Street executives, Raymond J. McGuire, the head of advisory business at Citigroup Inc., and Orin Kramer, a general partner at Boston Provident LP, for deputy Treasury secretary, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Gina Raimondo was running a Rhode Island venture-capital firm in Providence when the mother of two read with alarm that a growing fiscal crisis might force cutbacks in library hours and bus service in 2009.
Barbara Buono, the Democrat trying to oust New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, is so low on funds that her campaign ads don’t reach voters via television or radio. To see them, you must go to her website, Facebook or Twitter page.
Popular Inc., the Puerto Rican bank that owes $935 million to the U.S. government, has surged 30 percent this year as more customers pay their debts on time. Its board members and their relatives aren’t always among them.
The National Education Association, a Beverly Hills hip-hop artist and hedge fund manager Orin Kramer are among the top initial donors to a nonprofit issue- advocacy group founded by President Barack Obama’s former campaign aides.
Robert E. Grady , a former partner in the Carlyle Group, is set to become chairman of the panel that guides investment policy for New Jersey’s $68 billion pension fund, two people with knowledge of the plan said.