The tracker for the Chilean and Puerto Rican assets of international cable operator Liberty Global is set to start trading on Thursday. read more
I'll say one thing: John McCain gave it a whirl, guys. The 78-year-old Arizona senator did what he could when a Jimmy Rollins foul ball bounced off a wall at Chase Field on Tuesday night and began falling directly toward his head. Despite...Show More Summary
The man can fly.
John Malone just added a new trophy to his massive property collection. As reported by The Wall Street Journal, the chairman of Liberty Media Corp. paid $38 million for a mansion on Jupiter Island. The former home of Horst Brandstätter...Show More Summary
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters President of Paulson & Co. John Paulson speaks during the Sohn Investment Conference in New York. Billionaire hedge-fund manager John Paulson is starting its first-ever long/short fund. The Wall Street Journal reports that Paulson’s fund will target healthcare, pharmaceutical, technology and consumer stocks. The new money pool will be managed by Guy Levy, [...]
The Supreme Court has saved Obamacare again, led by Chief Justice John Roberts. And Wall Street is loving the decision.
Ohio's John Kasich makes it sound as if working at Lehman was like going to summer camp - he "just loved" his time at the firm. It was "fantastic."
On June 24, 2010, the NBA draft welcomed some of today's biggest names into the league. Superstars-to-be such as John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins and Paul George went in the first round, while Lance Stephenson and Hassan Whiteside were picked in the second. Show More Summary
John Legere is selling a crappy product in a new way and winning all the while. He’s a rock star CEO. Kind of like Stewart Butterfield, the CEO of Slack, the cofounder of Flickr, who went ballistic on the “Wall Street Journal” today Slack CEO explodes over editorial about the South Carolina shooting, says ‘f— […] The post Rock Star CEOs appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.
Jeanne Cummings, deputy managing editor at Bloomberg, is returning to The Wall Street Journal, reports Politico’s Hadas Gold. Cummings, who helped oversee the launch of Bloomberg’s daily politics show with Mark Halperin and John Heilemann back...Show More Summary
Pin it A century ago, this structure was a bustling train station; today it's home base for two former Manhattanites — John Schultz and husband James Burgess — who bought the adorable 3000 square foot Stanfordville station a year ago. Just look at how they lovingly restored "The Station" (as they call it) while honoring its rich history. READ MORE »
A giant wall of paper hands spelling out “Welcome” greets visitors at Boston’s John F Kennedy Elementary School, the first in the state to fully engage in HRC’s Welcoming Schools program.
TMZ caught up with Wizards point guard John Wall, who is spending his off-season in Los Angeles, to ask him who would win a game of one-on-one: Bieber or Barack? After all, the NBA superstar would likely know the answer, considering he’s seen both basketball diehards show off their skills this year — earlier this […]
Justin Bieber vs. President Barack Obama... they're both obsessed with basketball -- but who would win in a game of 1-on-1??? The man who would know is NBA superstar John Wall... who's played with both guys this year…
Bluebanded gobies Bay pipefish A Peek Into Our Fish Nursery Just beyond the walls of our Splash Zone exhibit, aquarists Kelsey Barker and John Lambert ply their trade amidst a thicket of tanks and tubes. Hoses rush water from one container to another. Show More Summary
Submitted by John Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute, “It is perfectly possible for a man to be out of prison and yet not free—to be under no physical constraint and yet be a psychological captive, compelled to think, feel and act...Show More Summary
After the rise of comparatively extreme US groups like the Tea Party and he Occupy Wall Street movement, John Stewart and Stephen Colbert held a rally in Washington, DC called the “Rally to Restore Sanity.” Its stated purpose was toShow More Summary
This weekend, the fastest and strongest people on Wall Street faced off in the annual Wall Street Decathlon at DaSilva Memorial Stadium at St. John's University in Queens to determine who is the best athlete. In about four hours, the...Show More Summary
John Carpenter isn't too concerned about the BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA remake. At least, not as much as you are. The director, who has seen several of his films already receive the remake treatment, spoke very briefly to the Wall Street...Show More Summary
Oppenheimer's John Stoltzfus is one of the most bullish stock market strategists on Wall Street. He sees the S&P 500 ending 2015 at 2,311, after making one of the most accurate calls of 2014. Stoltzfus is out with his monthly chartbook...Show More Summary