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Landon Thomas Jr.

May 27, 2002 | Feature
The New Color of Money

Global banking is where the money is. So it didn't take Wall Street long to figure out that the next Masters of the Universe would be math whizzes from the Mideast and Asia. They're driven, they're connected, and they're increasingly in charge. But you won't see them on the golf course.

May 13, 2002 | The Business Class
Giuliani Time?

The former mayor's first consulting gig was a little backstage managing of the Merrill Lynch crisis. Could he get Eliot Spitzer to back off? Too bad Spitzer's studied Rudy's own playbook.

April 15, 2002 | Feature
A Mayor and His Money

You can tell a lot about a man— and a mayor—by whom he invests with, what he invests in, and how much he makes.

March 11, 2002 | The Business Class
Teddy Bare

Buyout king Teddy Forstmann -- known for his stunning returns (and Liz Hurley on his arm) -- dropped $2 billion on bad tech plays. Did he take his eye off the ball -- or swing (too late) for the fences?

February 18, 2002 | The Business Class
Cold Call

On Wall Street, Bob Rubin was brilliant at finessing risk. As Treasury secretary, his invisible hand saved the economy (not to speak of Clinton's presidency). So why'd he make that embarrassing Enron call?

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