But it WAS over the holiday weekend, so we forgive him. Plus, another dude climbs the 'Times' building, Lehman considers Jersey, the Plaza has a big flip, and summer associates get down on their knees, in our daily industry report.
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.
Finally, right? Plus, David Brooks thinks Goldman Sachs may be on the cusp of a coup, and the "summer of legal vindication" kicks off in our hump-day roundup of media, finance, law, and real-estate news.
Donald Trump is strong and solid, like a freight ship battered by stormy seas. Meanwhile, Angelo Mozilo of Countrywide and Don Imus are riding around on rickety catamarans. All that and more metaphors in our daily roundup of real-estate, law, media and finance news.
The writer predicts "the end of capitalism," and may be right; Ariana Huffington talks about her beef with Tim Russert; and a Manhattan lawyer does due diligence with the Other Side, all in our daily rundown of weird, wonderful finance, media, law and real-estate news.
Martha disrupts plans to make her seem like less of a perfectionist, Bear Stearns CEO Jimmy Cayne may face arrest (he'd better hide his stash!), and the FBI is slapping anyone who's ever said the word "mortgage" with criminal charges, in our daily roundup of media, finance, real-estate and law news.
Morgan Stanley CEO John Mack grapples with plummeting profits and a rogue trader, a summer associate messes with the wrong guy at the company picnic, and Rachael Ray buys in the Hamptons, in our daily roundup of finance, law, media, and real-estate news.
They can make him tear down the Greenwich Hotel's $1.5 million penthouse if they feel like it. Plus, news on Goldman Sachs, Simon from 'Real Housewives,' and a few other people who have power in this town, in our daily roundup of real-estate, finance, media and law news.
AIG's Martin Sullivan is out, and everyone else is waiting for the ax to fall. Plus! Former 'NYT' editor Howell Raines picks on Poynter blogger Jim Romenesko, a Central Park West penthouse goes on the market for $80 million, and more, all in our daily roundup of finance, media, real-estate and law news.
Recently freed Martha CEO Susan Lyne may have a gig lined up already, Realtors claim the 'Sex and the City' movie has done for property what the show did for shoes, and New York judges finally get a pay raise, in today's roundup of media, real-estate, law, and finance news.
The battle between 50 Cent and Shaniqua Tompkins rages on, Columbia bulldozes most of the Upper West Side, more big changes at the Murdoch-owned 'Wall Street Journal,' and other epic battles, in our daily roundup of news from the law, real-estate, media, and finance sectors.