On the master floor of Nicholas S. G. Stern’s West Village townhouse, the bed comforter was wrinkled. “Sorry–bachelor existence,” he said, immediately neatening the already neat bedclothes. “My wife would be–well, my father would be mortified. My wife would understand.”
Mr. Stern’s father, the renowned architect and Yale School of Architecture dean Robert A. Read More
Even though much of the loss has been erased, the stock market debacle of Friday, April 14 offers a window into two different ways of looking at the value of publicly traded companies.
One version of reality is what one might call the Benjamin Graham school of securities analysis, which considers that the value of Read More
In Wall Street , Oliver Stone’s smarmy take on 1980′s-era greed, there’s a scene in which his hapless protagonist, a stockbroker named Bud Fox, buys one hell of an ugly apartment. Thanks to the investments of his big-time client, Gordon Gekko, he’s come into a lot of money. And he blows it on an enormous Read More