The firm said it acted after the apparent suicide of Mr. Strauss-Kahn's business partner last month and the discovery of previously unknown "financial commitments." Mr. Strauss-Kahn was no longer with the firm.
Ex-IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn's new life in finance following his scandalous retreat from his bid for the French presidency isn't working out so well. He left his role as chairman of Luxembourg-based Leyne Strauss-Kahn & Partners on October 20 for reasons that aren't totally clear (officially "to dedicate himself to other activities"). Show More Summary
The summer, thankfully, has been largely bereft of the dismal trend of bankers committing suicide, but as Bloomberg reports, Thierry Leyne, a French-Israeli banker and partner of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the disgraced former chief ofShow More Summary
The French journalist Anne Sinclair, the ex-wife of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, resumes a public life with her memoir of her family’s place in art history.
The International Monetary Fund is again touched by scandal with chief Christine Lagarde's being charged in a French graft case, three years after predecessor Dominique Strauss-Kahn resigned in disgrace. The "negligence" charge against...Show More Summary
Gerard Depardieu stars as a fictionalized version of former Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who caused a huge scandal in the banking industry when he was accused of sexually assaulting aShow More Summary
Dominique Strauss-Kahn has filed suit against the makers of Gerard Depardieu's new film for defamation because of its similarities to sexual assault charges in 2011.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn to sue over Abel Ferrara's "Welcome to New York" and Adrien Brody launches his own production company, plus reviews, party photos and more. read more
Dominique Strauss-Kahn has threatened to sue over his portrayal in the film Welcome to New York, currently showing at Cannes. [The Guardian]An amendment that would punish parents for spanking their children has been postponed in Parliament. This law has already been adopted by many other European Union countries, including Sweden... More »
THREE years ago, Dominique Strauss-Kahn was marched off a plane in New York, handcuffed, arrested and charged with the sexual assault of a hotel chambermaid. At the time, he was managing director of the mighty International Monetary Fund, and was widely expected to quit in order to run for the French presidency in 2012. Show More Summary
CANNES, FRANCE—When former IMF chief and French presidential contender Dominique Strauss-Kahn was arrested in May 2011 in New York, that year's Cannes Film Festival was in progress. How odd to think that, as Mark Ruffalo says in "Zodiac," they're already making movies about it. Show More Summary
Did Dominique Strauss-Kahn host an epic sex party the night before a chambermaid accused him of rape at a New York hotel? Did he, years ago, attempt to rape a journalist who’d come to interview him? Did he actually rape the chambermaid at said New York hotel? In real life there are...
Abel Ferrara and screenwriter Chris Zois’ Welcome To New York, inspired by the 2011 sex scandal surrounding former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, had its world premiere here in Cannes tonight. Once thoughtShow More Summary
Sounds pretty tasteless if you ask us. Afterparty For Movie Based On Dominique Strauss-Kahn Rape Investigation To Include Re-Enactment Remember when the “Former Future French President” DSK was brought down by allegations he raped an African hotel maid? Of
The barely disguised new film about Dominique Strauss-Kahn and his scandalous private life has all of La Croissette talking as the Cannes Film Festival gets underway.
Exclu Télérama.fr : Welcome to New York, d'Abel... by Telerama_BA Money, debauchery, abuse of power—the story of disgraced IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn and his sex scandal involving a hotel maid seems ideal for Abel Ferrara (Bad Lieutenant, King Of New York), a filmmaker who’s built a career on stories about troubled men going off the deep end. Show More Summary
The former head of the International Monetary Fund is to sue a Belgian sex club for using his initials in their name, according to EuroNews. Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who is commonly known as DSK, is angry that a club has opened with the same initials. Show More Summary
It seemed the natural name for a sex club. An infamous French pimp has opened a strip club and brothel, and named it DSK after the former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn. The club will employ seven women, including one transsexual, and will offer "table dances as well as rooms," according to its owner, Dominique Alderweireld.
We haven't heard anything from Anne Sinclair, the former wife of the former head of the IMF Dominique Strauss-Kahn, in awhile. Though there were rumors that she might do a tell-all interview with Oprah, since the couple separated in 2012, Sinclair's been relatively quiet. Show More Summary
It just became a hell of lot less likely that we’ll have two consecutive IMF directors resign in disgrace, as that little police raid of Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s successor’s apartment apparently had nothing to do with her. International...Show More Summary