There was a peculiar buzzing sound coming from somewhere inside the Credit Suisse meeting, a mildly annoying vibrating bleep. Paul Calello, the bank’s commodities and derivatives chief, checked his briefcase. The buzzes got louder.
His daughter had decided to send her Tamagotchi toy pet to work with him, and it was hungry. Mr. Calello stopped Read More
Joe Mondello, the departing chair of the New York State Republican Party, announced he’s supporting Henry Wojtaszek, the chairman from Niagra County, to be his successor.
In a public statement, Wojtaszek said, “The Nassau County Republican Committee has long set the standard for local parties throughout the country, and I have no doubt Chairman Read More
The Bill Weld who governed Massachusetts from 1991 to 1997 fits the profile of the type of Republican you might expect would jump ship and endorse Barack Obama — something that Weld is set to do this morning.
In his 1990 campaign, he actually ran to the left of his Democratic opponent, Read More
Michael Bloomberg made a hefty contribution towards Arnold Schwarzenegger’s effort to get legislative redistricting in California.
But some other notable New Yorkers have opened up their wallets and given to another Schwarzenegger venture: his campaign committee. That’s according to a financial report posted yesterday for Governor Schwarzenegger’s California Dream Team:
Ed Read More
Bill O’Reilly, the Republican spokesman, is leaving the communication firm he founded nine years to join a firm headed by former Rudy Giuliani aides George Lence and Cristyne Nicholas.
O’Reilly’s Midtown-based firm had lately specialized in Republican clients running against the Republican establishment: they handled Read More
Mitt Romney is in danger of losing his home state next Tuesday.
The former Massachusetts governor is on bad terms with numerous rank-and-file Republican voters in his own state, the result of the widely-held perception that Romney essentially abandoned them halfway through his governorship.
The Massachusetts Republican universe is small — Read More
Give Bill Weld some credit. He was welcomed to the race with a Howie Carr column in the Post, which all but called him an alcoholic.
It doesn’t seem to be an attack he’s terribly concerned about. This afternoon, according to his office, “Candidate for Governor Bill Weld Raises a Pint for Read More