What gets the chief executive officer of a financial institution honored by a nonprofit?
Citigroup Inc. , the third-largest U.S. bank, reorganized its investment banking operation after the division suffered through slumping revenue and a series of personnel changes last year.
Joseph Perella had his smart phone out last night at the Studio Museum in Harlem gala, showing a photograph of Raymond McGuire’s newborn son, Leo, when Mom one- upped him.
Daniel Loeb of Third Point LLC didn’t do a yoga pose in a photo booth last night at the Bent on Learning benefit.
In the ballroom of the Hilton New York -- carpeted for the evening in white Astroturf -- Alvin Ailey dancers strutted onto the dance floor.
Citigroup Inc., the third-biggest U.S. bank, will consider further spending cuts at its securities unit after an investment of almost $1 billion in the business last year failed to boost revenue.
Citigroup Inc. expanded the role of Francisco “Paco” Ybarra, the bank’s head of global markets, to include oversight of security services for investors and other clients as the head of that unit departs.
Citigroup Inc. Vice Chairman Edward “Ned” Kelly will become chairman of the firm’s global banking division, rejoining the unit he headed until last year.
David and Julia Koch paused in front of a 14th-century prayer niche from Isfahan made of blue ceramic tile.