Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous
Before Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom was arrested last month, he was living in $18 million mansion in New Zealand, which he was renting.
He had purchased $8 million in New Zealand government bonds in an attempt to get the nonresident permission he needed to buy the place but he failed the country’s “good character” test, according to a profile of Mr. Dotcom in Businessweek today.
John Byrne, who at BusinessWeek in those happy bygone days of the 1980′s helped start a huge business school ranking system, is back at the game. On Monday, his new site Poets & Quants went live, giving the “brutal truth about facilities, teaching methods and reputations” at the nation’s best b-schools, as he Read More
Newsweek has gotten the most attention for moving offices after it went downtown to Hudson Street last year only to find out that it will be returning to midtown this summer.
Today The Wall Street Journal takes a look at media companies in the middle of real estate moves. And Read More
Tomorrow marks the launch of a new digital news source for financial professionals–Reuters Insider, a searchable video network stocked full of niche content from all corners of the market.
Insider will allow subscribers to follow the specific markets that are relevant to their work and would narrow down the broad stream of market Read More