The week sure started strong.
The Journal‘s cheekily named new section — “Greater New York,” that’s some kind of pun, no? — arrived on Monday, followed on Tuesday by a hotly-anticipated Senate appearance for Lloyd Blankfein, Fabulous Fab, and the rest of the Goldman gang. Both were, to be honest, a bit of Read More
Media hires, volcanic ash, mayoral money in the Cayman Islands, and no repentence from Goldman Sachs. Heyo! All that and more key findings from the past seven days.
Nothing, not even the iPad, was powerful enough to stop the march of history.
History, in this case, being loosely defined as the return of Tiger Woods, Eliot Spitzer, and–hooray!–the media job market. Also: Annie Leibovitz’s money troubles. All that and more in our look at the week that was on the Daily Read More
Lest history forget the days leading up to the Moment Everything Changed–Forever…a k a iPad Saturday…a k a The Day We Decided to Unplug Completely for 24 Whole Hours Straight, here are a few of our key findings from the week that was.
Well, David Paterson must be pleased that Eric Massa took over the news cycle.
Mr. Massa was kind enough to teach us some new words: fracking and snorkeling. Elsewhere, we discovered the goodness of Garden and Gun, the twisted beauty of a little blight, and the inevitablity of e-books. We also got a window into Read More