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Doing Well By Doing Good: An Interview with Nicolas Berggruen, Billionaire and Philanthropist

Alexandre Mars | Posted 11.01.2016 | Impact
Alexandre Mars

Nicolas Berggruen was once known as the "homeless billionaire," a globe trotter who traveled to many cities around the world both as a successful inve...

Artist Pokes Fun At Financiers In Patron Portraits

The Huffington Post | Priscilla Frank | Posted 07.02.2013 | Arts

Back in the golden age of civic portraiture, a powerful painting didn't just capture a subject's likeness, but communicated status, power and wealth. ...

Backpage Not Complying With Requests to Help Stop Sex Trafficking

Conchita Sarnoff | Posted 06.02.2012 | Impact
Conchita Sarnoff

Nicholas Kristof reported in Sunday's New York Times Magazine that Goldman Sachs owns a 16% stake of Village Voice Media.

Hedge Fund Managers Give To GOP After Becoming Dissatisfied With Obama

Wall Street Journal | BRODY MULLINS, SUSAN PULLIAM and STEVE EDER | Posted 06.26.2011 | Business

Hedge-fund managers made a big bet on Barack Obama and other Democrats in 2008. Now, with the 2012 contest gearing up, some prominent fund managers ha...

Travelers of the World Unite: Stop the Wars

Judie Fein | Posted 05.25.2011 | Travel
Judie Fein

In short, we are opinion leaders, opinion makers, the vanguard of the modern wave of exploration.

Goldman Sachs: Too Big to Succeed?

Bob Franken | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Bob Franken

The parade of insolent Goldman Sachs gangbangers basically made it clear they were way higher and mightier than the peoples' elected officials of any government.

Obama Must Tame Finance at G-20 Summit: Here's How

Ann Pettifor | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Ann Pettifor

We are in the middle of a monumental political conflict with very high stakes. On one side: politicians and regulators battling for the interests of middle-class Americans. On the other: the banks.

Dispatch from London: Day 1 of the G-20 Summit

Ann Pettifor | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Ann Pettifor

While the protesters are more or less united, G-20 leaders are squabbling like parents fighting over how to constrain their petulant teenagers.