A case study in the perfect tech exit.
Bankers are dedicating their second acts to making people hate them even more.
The Clippers owner won't just take the $2 billion and shut up.
As his power fades, more assholery from the Clippers owner.
Home Depot founder Kenneth Langone takes back his original take-back.
"I'm trying to have sex with her," he says. "I was jealous."
Skip McGee is taking his talents elsewhere.
If that's your thing.
Two, from the 1800s, salvaged from Montana.
The big fish of the hedge-fund world escapes prosecution.
They're more satisfied than bankers or tech workers.
Introducing the HBS CORe program, the underachiever's fast-track to greatness.
At least one publisher doesn't care if he never worked at the investment bank.
Tom Perkins got through to at least one ally.
The paper "took great care to ensure fair, unbiased journalism."
Nazi dogs, specifically.
He bought One Madison's triplex penthouse and the floor below it.
Who belongs to Kappa Beta Phi, anyway?
Which they first agreed to pay over two years ago.