Comptroller Tom DiNapoli disappointed party faithful by failing to make an appearance at last night’s Democratic Party headquarters. Today he is out with a statement claiming victory.
I received a call from Harry Wilson this morning and he was very gracious in conceding this close and hard fought contest. Mr. Wilson ran a strong campaign Read More
It was a triple coronation today for the 2010 winners of the Nobel Prize in economics. Everyone, put your hands together for Peter A. Diamond, Dale T. Mortensen and Christopher A. Pissarides, who won this year’s prize for their work on friction in markets.
Peter Diamond, a friend of 2008 Nobel winner and New Read More
Last night at UCLA’s Loeb Awards for business journalism on the Bowery, The New York Times, Vanity Fair and CNBC all took home two awards. Even The Wall Street Journal, which has sworn off caring about awards since Robert Thomson came in, got a piece of the action. The Journal‘s deputy managing editor Alix Read More