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Andrew Ross Sorkin

  1. On the Road to Enlightenment With Andrew Ross Sorkin, David Lynch, and Dr. OzAlso, Ray Dalio and Arianna Huffington.
  2. Andrew Ross Sorkin Apologizes to Glenn GreenwaldHe apologized for saying he did.
  3. The Grub Street Diet
    Andrew Ross Sorkin Will Eat Anything You Feed Him, Especially If It Is Baked or“When I was writing my book three years ago, I’d go to a bodega at eleven o’clock at night for a liter of Diet Coke, a couple beers, and my Stacey chips.”
  4. Private Equity Guy Mounts Brave Defense of Private EquityCourage in action.
  5. Occupy Wall Street Is Taking the Show on the RoadThe protest has spread rapidly to other cities.
  6. Andrew Ross Sorkin to Co-Anchor CNBC’s Squawk BoxOkay, seriously, does he have secret work gnomes?
  7. Obama and Wall Street: Not Actually in a Fight?Finance types might not be publicly supporting Obama the same way they did four years ago, but they haven’t run away to the GOP — yet.
  8. Andrew Ross Sorkin Writes Unsurprising Lloyd Blankfein DefenseHe says the Goldman Sachs CEO didn’t perjure himself during Senate investigations.
  9. Andrew Ross Sorkin Gets His Close-UpThe ‘Times’ reporter’s book — and face — hit the small screen this week.
  10. Fellow Times Reporters Still Bitching About Andrew Ross SorkinAlthough now they’re even more afraid.
  11. Andrew Ross Sorkin Knows What Wall Street Needs to Do to Fix Its ReputationIt starts with one man.
  12. Andrew Ross Sorkin Bought a $2 Million ApartmentSigh.
  13. Hank Paulson: Ultimately, the Financial-Regulation Bill Doesn’t Really MatterI think it is asking a lot for regulators to be perfect, because they won’t be.”
  14. Andrew Ross Sorkin Just Wants to Be LovedThe ‘Times’ columnist and bestselling author on his critics.
  15. Paul Krugman and Andrew Ross Sorkin Disagree on Even the Tone of Their ConversationSorkin said the conversation was “very cordial.” Krugman called it “not much fun.”
  16. Andrew Ross Sorkin Responds to Paul Krugman’s ChallengeSorkin’s not going down without a fight.
  17. Paul Krugman Challenges Andrew Ross Sorkin’s ReportingAndrew Ross Sorkin owes several people an apology” for his column this morning, his fellow ‘Times’ man writes. Ruh-roh.
  18. Too Big to Fail and Zombies to Be Produced by HBOThis is may be a missed opportunity.
  19. Journal’s Thomson to Times’ Keller: ‘A Case of ... Fundamental Journalistic Integrity’The ‘Wall Street Journal’ editor-in-chief and New York ‘Times’ executive editor cross swords again, this time over plagiarism.
  20. Bankers at Davos: F**k the Volcker RuleThey can go ahead and impose the rule on Friday, and I can assure you that by Monday, we’ll find a way around it.”
  21. Andrew Ross Sorkin Detects a Note of RegretThe ‘Times’ CEO whisperer explains why top Wall Street figures missed a meeting.
  22. Morgan Stanley Exec Changes License Plate After No One Finds Joke That FunnyThe owner of a 2BG2FAIL plate downgrades to a more demure MNAGUY.
  23. Andrew Ross Sorkin’s Sweet Vanity PlatesThe ‘Times’ DealBook editor is 2B2F.
  24. Excerpt: Too Big to Fail and ZOMBIESWhat could be a bigger seller than Andrew Ross Sorkin’s book about the financial crisis? Andrew Ross Sorkin’s book about the financial crisis with ZOMBIES.
  25. Kushner Wanted Sorkin for Observer JobThe star ‘Times’ business reporter is in demand.
  26. Andrew Ross Sorkin’s Book Party Was Filled With CEOs, Warts and AllAnd we were there.
  27. The Financial-Crisis Lit Cheat SheetThe best bits from the flood of books recapping last year’s Wall Street meltdown.
  28. The Day Andrew Ross Sorkin Was Touched by Guy HandsIn which a ‘Times’ reporter is seduced over mint tea.
  29. The Downturnaround’s Top 10 Websites for Making Your Own Prediction About Economic RecoveryIf not for the blogosphere, Hugo Lindgren would just be a lost soul searching for a breadline to join.
  30. The Howard Beale GenerationOur new era of righteous indignation.
  31. Andrew Sorkin Tells It Like It Is About AIGThe ‘Times’ wunderkind loosens up a little.
  32. Andrew Ross Sorkin to Hit the AirwavesWhy is this so exciting? you might ask.
  33. For John Paulson and Friends, the Gilded Age Hasn’t Ended1999 Chateau Margaux and 1999 Lafite-Rothschild, anyone?
  34. The ‘Wall Street Journal' Coverage of Lehman Is Weirding Us Out All of a SuddenLurking outside the office, eavesdropping near fast-food carts. Really?
  35. Andrew Ross Sorkin Just So Totally Exhausted by These Rich Dudes Jerking Everyone AroundThe ‘Times’ business columnist left us with a few final thoughts before going on vacay.
  36. Where’s Rupert Murdoch’s Wedding Ring?The 71-year-old mogul lost his wedding ring in Sun Valley! Can you help him?
  37. DealBook’s Andrew Ross Sorkin vs. DealBreaker’s John CarneyPlus a bonus round with Felix Salmon of ‘Portfolio.’ It’s a finance-nerd rumble!
  38. Jonathan Franzen’s Latest (Unsurprising) Target Is Michiko Kakutani’Vanity Fair’ fights back over the Miley Cyrus pictures, Stuyvesant Town has a square dance, and more, in our daily industry roundup.
  39. Andrew Ross Sorkin and Stephen Feinberg Overcome Pride and PrejudiceThe Times DealBook columnist finds the reclusive financier most agreeable.
  40. Wall Street’s Golden Idols All Have Feet of ClayFINANCE • The struggle to find a successor at Merrill and Citi demonstrates another big flaw in the current culture of Wall Street: Do-or-die standards, and growing demands on public executives, have left firms with no succession plan and few capable of stepping in to take over. Both firms have been forced to turn outside for help: Laurence Fink, the CEO of BlackRock, has been approached about O’Neal’s old job, while Robert Willumstad and John Thain are in the lead to take Prince’s place. [WSJ] • Why did Chuck Prince and Stan O’Neal fail? They took Gordon Gecko’s favorite maxim—”I create nothing, I own”—a little too seriously, and forgot the other part of banking is to sell, sell, sell. [NYT] • Andrew Ross Sorkin dons his Miss Manners cap to explain the rules of corporate courting—and why Stan O’Neal’s worrywart parents, the Merrill Lynch board, were only looking for an excuse when they grounded him for asking Wachovia to “merge.” [NYT]
  41. Rupert Murdoch Wins the PartyMEDIA • News Corp. surpassed Time Warner to become the largest media company on the planet, and Murdoch held off a shareholder revolt in order to keep his family tyranny in place. [Hollywood Reporter, USAT] • ESPN poached marquee columnist Rick Reilly from Sports Illustrated after 22 years with the mag. Dan Patrick, who SI just poached from ESPN, will take Reilly’s place at the back of the book. [NYT, Deadspin] • Stephen Colbert took his campaign to the Tim Russert show: “This is not a dream, you are not going to wake up from this. I am far realer than Sam Brownback.” [NYT]