David Blitzer had his eye on Addy Loudiadis’s business at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. for years.
James A. Johnson cuts a powerful figure as he makes his way around Wall Street and Washington in horn-rimmed glasses.
American International Group Inc. commits “corporate suicide” and Fannie Mae becomes a Pied Piper in two of our favorite business books so far this year. Here’s a list of recommended titles.
Silvio Berlusconi, fighting criminal charges that he paid a minor for sex, gained in opinion polls as a series of television interviews placed the three-time premier once again at the center of the Italian political debate.
Georges Braque was one of Pablo Picasso’s many victims.
Smart New Yorkers whose wardrobes I admire and whose salaries I envy often ask the following irrational question: “Where should I go for Restaurant Week?”
Note to Lloyd Blankfein : Imagine, for a moment, what would happen if a cardiac surgeon were paid like a Wall Street banker in 2006.
Albert Nicholas, the dean of Milwaukee money managers, has a theory why the mid-sized city best known for beer and bratwurst is home to so many top- performing mutual funds.
Nine hundred guests dined last night at Pier 57, a former bus depot, festooned with photographs of the High Line hanging from clotheslines.
Like a Pied Piper luring innocents to an unwelcome fate, “Greater New York” sounds too good to be true.