James Levine, the Metropolitan Opera’s music director, earned $2.1 million in 2010, up 39 percent from a year earlier and more than the compensation of the general manager, Peter Gelb, according to the Met’s 2010- 2011 tax return.
Man Group Plc, the world’s biggest publicly traded hedge-fund manager, reported $2.7 billion in fourth-quarter client outflows, adding pressure on new Chief Executive Officer Emmanuel Roman to improve performance.
A global oilfield provider of engineering services and products received $4,519,709 from the Metropolitan Opera for replacing the gigantic wheeled platforms that bring the company’s massive sets to the stage.
Man Group Plc, the biggest publicly traded hedge fund manager, rose for a sixth day to the highest in more than nine months as Oriel Securities called the stock a “key pick” as it initiated coverage with a buy recommendation.
John Maynard Keynes’s generation of economists assumed that as people became more efficient at satisfying their wants, they would, and should as rational agents, work less and enjoy life more. Yet power relationships and the insatiability of human wants are such that we have maintained an ethic of acquisitiveness.
Man Group Plc, the world’s biggest publicly traded hedge-fund manager, said outflows increased 57 percent in the third quarter amid an environment for sales Chief Executive Officer Peter Clarke called “subdued.”