Disgraced former luv-gov Eliot Spitzer is back in the news today, having taken charge of the family real estate business and revealed plans for a huge luxury residential development in Williamsburg at 420-444 Kent. The $700 million,Show More Summary
Well, a slightly more sexual version of his dad.
You probably haven't been wondering what happened to Eliot Spitzer since he stepped down as governor in 2008 due to a prostitution scandal, but the New York Times would like to update you anyway. Since divorcing his wife of 26 years, having his CNN show canceled, and losing the 2013... More »
After a failed political comeback in 2013, former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer (D) “has found himself unexpectedly embracing a role he has largely sought to avoid all his life: assuming stewardship of Spitzer Enterprises, the family real estate business,” [...]
Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer, his political career and his marriage behind him, has embraced his role as head of Spitzer Enterprises since his father’s death in November.
Black girl #1, after watching Eliot Spitzer’s apology: Did you see the wife? She was just standin’ there!Black girl #2: That’s cause she’s not black. If that was me, I’da took off my ring and throwed it at his head.Black girl #1: Mmmhmm. If she was black, she’d a keeped it real.–Edward R. Murrow High […]
Hillary Rodham Clinton will hold a string of fund-raisers on June 1, including one hosted by Silda Wall, the ex-wife of former Gov. Eliot Spitzer of New York.
Hillary Rodham Clinton will hold a string of fund-raisers on June 1, including one hosted by the ex-wife of Eliot Spitzer, the scandal-plagued former governor of New York.
Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer is embarking on an epic third act worthy of the Bard as he begins dismantling the real estate portfolio painstakingly built by his late father, Bernard Spitzer, to make his own mark on the New York City skyline.
Before he became the guy to scuttle Eliot Spitzer's comeback, Scott Stringer vowed to overhaul the obscure but influential office of city comptroller. "It is time," he said at a Crain's Breakfast... To view the full story, click the title link.
She ran for governor of New York and claimed to have helped bring down Eliot Spitzer. But now Manhattan madam Kristin Davis has checked into prison, and she’s written for XOJane a remarkable diary entry about what it’s like in the federal slammer. Davis was convicted of trying to sell...
In New York that’s getting to be a regular pattern in the settlement of charges against financial firms; although Eliot Spitzer, known for creative methods of corporate decapitation, may have departed office, Spitzerism lives on. I explain in a new Cato post on the state’s Ocwen Financial pact. Show More Summary
Having already investigated Lance Armstrong, Enron, Eliot Spitzer, WikiLeaks, and the U.S. military, Alex Gibney is turning his attention to Scientology, the one subject that could get him sued more than he already has been. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Gibney is currently working on an adaptation of Lawrence Wright's... More »
The Luv Guv's bank account is about to bulge.
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Kristin Davis, a one-time Manhattan madam who claimed to have supplied prostitutes to former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer and campaigned against him last year for city comptroller, was sentenced on Wednesday to two years in prison for selling prescription drugs. Davis, whose quixotic campaign...
Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer continues to be an active buyer of property since he rejoined his family's real estate business last year following his unsuccessful run for city comptroller. In... To view the full story, click the title link.
· Eliot Spitzer may buy stalled residential project at winery · Bowery hotel construction yields old bottle, beer recipe · Even MORE photos of 5Pointz's ongoing demolition · 6 real estate projects to watch this fall, per Cuozzo ·...
Eliot Spitzer is back doing one of the things he is good at doing: Wall-Street sheriffing. (He may or may not be back to doing some of the other things he is good at doing, but neither we nor, to the best of our knowledge, the U.S. Attorney’s...Show More Summary
Eliot Spitzer, the disgraced former governor of New York, is now backing a website called TipRanks, an Israeli start-up that aims to hold financial experts accountable for their stock recommendations.