It seems that Michael Murphy tries very hard not to live his life in superlatives. His company, Rosecliff Capital, does not have a website open to the public and he can’t be found frolicking in any party pictures, flaunting his Wall Street wealth. The hedgefunder and Hofstra grad does, however, have a “superlative residence,” according to a recent listing, which has just fetched a superlative price. Mr. Murphy and his wife, Tracy, have sold their home on the 68th floor of the Time Warner Center for $19.45 million, city records show.
Bill Thompson’s campaign just hired Michael Murphy as a spokesman, uniting him with his old boss, Anne Fenton, the campaign’s director of communications.
The pair worked together in a similar capacity at the Bronx borough president’s office under Adolfo Carrion.
Murphy left that job and was most recently working for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, Read More
Democratic consultants are in demand.
In yet another indication of how the incoming of an Obama administration is dramatically shifting the political landscape in Washington D.C., the Republican consulting firm Navigators Global will announce later today that they have recruited Democratic consultant Tracy Sefl from the powerful Democratic firm Glover Park Read More
Not long after Rick Lazio officially took his place as the Republican Party’s nominee for U.S. Senate, members of Governor Pataki’s brain trust aligned themselves along the uppermost bleacher of the Buffalo Bisons’ baseball stadium, looking down on a parking-lot rally that featured the unveiling of the Lazio campaign bus, the “Mainstream Express.”
As rays Read More