Using the old pretend-to-be-on-the-phone trick.
Will they or won't they?
The Blackstone vice-chairman gives us financial advice.
"He would arrive at meetings with yellow Post-It notes adorning his suit jacket, placed there by his secretary to remind him to attend some charity ball or to call a CEO the next morning."
Steve Schwarzman goes for hyperbole gold.
It's going for $7.2 million, which is less than one quarter of what his REAL house costs.
According to ‘Forbes,’ at least. Plus, today’s real estate, law, media, and financial news.
The mortgage giants have seen their largest profits in ten years. Plus, who buys a friend a $3 million apartment, and who wants a truck depot in Soho?
An axed Maine political reporter writes to tell how local papers that close their Washington bureaus are hurting the cause of democracy. Plus, the latest in finance, law, media, and real-estate news.
Turns out the issue whose cover displayed little Vivienne and Knox sold 2.6 million copies, the fourth-largest selling issue of all time for the mag. Plus, the rest of our industry news roundup.
Plus, the latest on Wall Street, Gold Street, and your street, in our daily industry roundup.
Martha Stewart's arm appeared missing in a broadcast this morning, worrying the nation. Then it came back, and we were relieved. But there's still lots to worry about in our daily roundup of media, finance, real-estate, and law news.
We know, we know — dare to dream, right? But there are proposals to build above it, and the renderings look lovely. Plus, news from the finance, law, real estate and media industries, in our daily roundup.
Clearly, he doesn't know Daily Intel's golden rule. That and more, in our daily roundup of need-to-know news from the fields of finance, media, law, and real estate.
Technically, the famous call girl is forced to admit, she exploited herself. Plus! Boutique hotels in Brooklyn are fighting, NBC gets a bargain on the Weather Channel, and we all may all end up paying for the Fed bailout of Bear Stearns, in our daily roundup of law, real estate, media and finance news.
Jamie Johnson is tries to get rich Wasps to be anti-Semitic, but they're too Waspy.
The injured Ranger begins his tour of duty at 'Vogue,' Carl Icahn's battle with Yahoo heats up, and Donald Trump is in another fight … in today's roundup of media, finance, real-estate and law news.
Citigroup's ban on fruit, ice-cream-truck wars, praise for Frank Gehry, and more in our daily industry roundup.
Carl Icahn may be getting ready to sink his teeth into Yahoo, 'Newsday' girds intself for new ownership, and 'Vogue' editor Hamish Bowles within prime stalking distance of Daily Intel editor Chris Rovzar in our daily roundup of finance, media, law, and real-estate news.