December 21, 2009 Dear Needy Children, In response to your many letters: no, no and no! I'm tired of reading your Christmas lists. You! You! You! W...
The 2009 inductees who have been selected have distinguished themselves by their egregious behavior that has brought shame on themselves and soiled all those who have been touched by them.
"I plan to use this time for introspection and to learn to control my GREED/DRINKING/RAGE/ANGER/ANTI-SEMITISM/INSATIABLE SEXUAL APPETITES" (Circle the relevant details).
NBA Commissioner David Stern suggested last week that accepting legalized gambling as a part of the NBA product was a "possibility."
It's bad for business when men's worries and insecurities impair their common sense. We need to free certain work cultures from masculine bravado, namely business and finance. We need co-ed common sense.
There is no other organization in the city that covers as much ground as the Philoctetes Center. But it was gutted by Bernard Madoff, and its days are now numbered unless it gets a helping hand.
Like Napolean in exile, Backman, a former minor league manage of the year and one of several active cynosures of the 1986 Mets glory, has been toiling in exile from the major league system since 2004.
If you're quivering with rage just thinking about Wall Street, it's time to take action. I've discovered a way to achieve a semblance of inner peace without therapists, tranquilizers or weapons.
The Fort Hood shootings no more reflect on the whole of Islam or South Asians than Timothy McVeigh or James Von Brunn reflect on white, Christian males.
Jeffry Picower's untimely death left in limbo, if not totally silenced, crucial questions about the role he played in what may be the greatest disappearance act in the annals of financial history.
The news reinforces my belief that there is something rotten at the core of the financial services industry. I am not discussing old news like Bernie Madoff. Here are some items that crossed my desk this week.
A few weeks back I was in a weekend workshop with some incredible people. Over lunch one of the men that was sitting at the table began to talk about ...
Nino Selimaj offered Madoff's victims free meals for an entire week at one of his seven city Nino's restaurants where the average dinner check, with wine, runs between $85 and $95 per person.
Wealthy investors can be enticed to buy "alternative investments" like hedge funds and private equity deals. How is that working for them? Not well.
Entertainment headlines dominate week, thanks to Letterman and Polanski. Will Letterman's philandering help or hurt ratings? Will Polanski be extradited to US? Inquiring minds want to know.
Pitting bureaucrats on government salaries against the most highly compensated people in the U.S. is a bit like sending cops with .38s onto the street against gangs armed with automatic weapons.