You’d hardly think that a relatively small Jewish philanthropic organization could be worth all the fuss.
But for two American-Jewish dynasties who covet control of the World Jewish Congress, the Bronfmans and the Lauders, Monday, May 7, will go down as the day that saw one family’s ambitions collapse in a heap, while another’s Read More
It’s probably inevitable that companies facing Eliot Spitzer hire his friends. And former State Attorney General Robert Abrams, a political ally whom Eliot goes out of his way to praise, is no exception.
Today, he turns up in an H&R Block press release denying Spitzer’s claim that the company committed fraud. Read More
A disappointed key Golisano advisor emailed over this morning an outline of the campaign that wasn’t, which I thought would make interesting reading for all involved.
Here’s what you would have seen, had Tom pulled the trigger:
“Golisano had a clear path to beat Spitzer.
“We would have taken Daniels for LG and spent what Read More