The ecstatic, neurotic, and perhaps deluded psychology of the post-crash financier.
By John Heilemann, Felix Salmon, and John Gapper
Plus: Lynn Tilton’s mission to save the industrial soul of America, why Peter Orszag went to the private sector, and more.
On the Cover: Photograph by Danny Kim/New York Magazine.
To the victors belong the spoils, right?
Now they’re getting paid … But where will the next big paydays come from?
At Davos, the Champagne is flowing again—a rain dance to keep the money flowing their way.
Lynn Tilton is one of the wealthiest financiers on Wall Street. But she’s having trouble getting the respect she believes she deserves.
Pursuing Self-Interest in Harmony With the Laws of the Universe and Contributing to Evolution Is Universally Rewarded
The Billion-dollar Aphorisms of Hedge‑fund Cult Leader Ray Dalio
Why do some of the most capable public servants in America keep circling back from Washington to Wall Street? One guess.
With the masterminds of the financial crisis having escaped justice, United States Attorney Preet Bharara is left to prosecute this generation of insider traders. But is he too aggressive? And how valuable is second prize, anyway?
When you need to spray a lot of water or concrete, the world’s largest pump can come in handy.
The futility of a budget battle fought along moral lines.
Why Trump has to run now, lest he get caught in a lie.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
Bloomberg’s third-term reboot.
The very busy documentarian plumbs the origins of his workaholism.
Five retailers jumping on the bike bandwagon, a wider umbrella, and more.
“Let’s just say I’m a skate diplomat.”
Sizzling banyas, scorching jjimjilbangs, and newer, less orthodox varieties of the New York sweat house.
Chunky spring shoes whose uppers and lowers are of two minds.
La Silhouette offers the pleasures of high French cooking without the excess.
While shad roe gets all the glory this time of year, there is another option.
Week of April 18, 2011: The Nook at Red Rooster Harlem, Monument Lane, Rucola, and Thelewala.
The fearless (and occasionally fearsome) Evan Rachel Wood.
Three playwrights discuss their profanity-filled debuts.
Hanna is a very strange mix of paranoia, pyrotechnics, and fable.
Tigers: Parenting theme or winning meme?
A quintet of composers set out to reinvent the violin concerto.
Dickson’s Farmstand Meats is offering half-lambs for Easter, so why not?
Readers sound off on the New York apartment, Anne Roiphe, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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