The People in the Elevator
Anthony Scaramucci helps the medium-rich invest in hedge funds. Attracting clients takes some creative effort.
Cleary Gottlieb attorney Lee Buchheit knows how to fix what ails Greece and Spain and Italy—though creditors may not want to hear it.
Opening night at the opera with the victims-compensation guru and “Master of Disasters.”
The Hamptons are Romney territory. But billionaire Jeff Greene thinks his neighbors would be wise to buy a little democracy insurance.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO is really, really, really sorry. Except when he’s not.
Bob Benmosche was perfectly happy to while away his retirement on his Croatian vineyard. But the image of AIG employees being beaten up for their bonuses was just too much to bear.
A volunteerism hot zone.
Without being killed.
How the multitasking artist-heirs came to be.
A visit to Wall Street with its most hated antagonist. Or is he its most loyal soldier?
“Why did you never see Scott again? Did you honestly want to see Scott??”
Pressler and Rozvar, together one last time to discuss the Greatest Show of Our Time.
On the Upper East Side of Gossip Girl, there are no random acts of kindness.
The CEO of AIG still feels underappreciated.
Thanksgiving on Gossip Girl is always a disaster, but they keep trying, because what else can they do?
Can one ever really know another person? On Gossip Girl and in life, we have learned that one cannot.
Blair tries to behave "more like Grace Kelly, less like Grace Jones."
“Like everybody sane, when I first hear about Twitter, I was like, ‘That’s the dumbest thing I have ever heard of.’ ”
Let's be honest: No one is an adult on Gossip Girl.